The Mindless Popularity of Pop-Music

Is pop-music man’s greatest achievement? Perhaps not, but can you afford not to read on when I am about to tell you about the mindless popularity of pop-music? There are many factors that influenced the development of the mindless popularity of pop-music. Cited by many as the single most important influence on postmodern micro eco-compartmentalism, its influence on western cinema has not been given proper recognition. Inevitably the mindless popularity of pop-music is often misunderstood by the aristocracy, many of whom fail to comprehend the full scope of the mindless popularity of pop-music. Though I would rather be in bed I will now examine the primary causes of the mindless popularity of pop-music.

Social Factors

Society begins and ends with the mindless popularity of pop-music. Back when Townshend sang “I’ve got to move with the fashions or be outcast” [1] he borrowed much from the mindless popularity of pop-music. While deviating from the norm will always cause unrest amongst ones peers, the mindless popularity of pop-music raises the question “Is pop-music popular simply due to peer-pressure?”

Our post-literate society, more than ever before, relies upon the mindless popularity of pop-music. To put it simply, people actively encourage the mindless popularity of pop-music.

Economic Factors

Do we critique the markets, or do they in-fact critique us? Of course, the mindless popularity of pop-music fits perfectly into the Simple-Many-Pies model of economics.

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The Mindless Popularity of Pop-Music

It is apparent from the graph that the influence of the mindless popularity of pop-music is strong. What is the secret to its strength? In spite of the best efforts of The World Bank the national debt has always depended upon the mindless popularity of pop-music to a certain extent, but now more that ever. The financial press seems unable to make up its mind on these issues which unsettles investors.

Political Factors

Modern politics owes much to the animal kingdom. Comparing current political thought with that held just ten years ago is like comparing the mindless popularity of pop-music and ones own image of themselves.

To quote style icon Noah Woodpecker “Man’s greatest enemy is complacency with regards to personal and political hygiene.” [2] This clearly illustrates the primary concern of those involved with the mindless popularity of pop-music. Both spectacular failure and unequaled political accomplishment may be accredited to the mindless popularity of pop-music.

The question which we must each ask ourselves is, will we allow the mindless popularity of pop-music to influence our vote?

Conclusion

How much responsibility lies with the mindless popularity of pop-music? We can say that the mindless popularity of pop-music must not be allowed to get in the way of the bigger questions: “Why are we here?”, “Does it have a good beat?” and “Can we dance to it?” Putting all this aside, it is of great importance. It collaborates successfully, puts out “fires”, and is a joy to behold.

What a truly awesome essay. Finally a word from super-star Miley Morissette: “Oooh yeah, the mindless popularity of pop-music shoo badaby dooo.” [3]


[1] Quadrophenia - Cut My Hair - 1973 Fabulous Music Ltd

[2] Woodpecker - Serving The Greats - 1990 Palmerston House Publishing

[3] Sham Magazine - Issue 124 - Monkey Books

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