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When slow music is known to enhance ones health why is it that people go for fast numbers?

Asked by gem mina, 02 Oct '08 05:21 pm
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Youngsters generally like fast music...
Answered by ANURADHA PATHAKJ, 03 Oct '08 11:42 am

 
  
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Those who are young & are blessed with health go for fast music... and sometimes everybody wants to add some spice to their life and lift their spirits...
Answered by rajneesh Rediff, 03 Oct '08 10:30 am

 
  
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Fast number gives you a thrill besides it makes you do aerobics. It increases the oxygen intakes and improves your health. Slow music is nice for your mental health, and your mental health of course deteriorates with fast numbers. :))
Answered by Jack Johnson, 03 Oct '08 08:41 am

 
  
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Fast numbers are equally good for our health. I work out more when there is a song like mauja hi mauja or Nagada nagada. Such songs also work for us and give us additional energy through the stimulation of the mind.
Answered by kamal mehra, 02 Oct '08 09:00 pm

 
  
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As they say, "speed" (fast-ness) of the music is inversely proportional to the "age" ! :) As age increases, speed decreases... in everything , that is, including music. Even in west , the folks who were through swinging-60's and through Woodstock and all that are now into Church/Christian music. I've seen who hated Carnatic and Hindustani music in 70's and 80's in favor of rock music and MJ and Sam Fox and all that are now avid listeners of classical music. Fast numbers , with the adrenaline running high, has its own intoxicating effect - burns excess calories and burn excess energy if you are into aerobics and disco dancing - while slow music calms down the nerves and replenishes , fills with spiritually uplifting moods. Which youngster wants to sit down and listen to smooth jazz or a classical veena ? They'll prefer the mind-numbing beats of Bollywood dhamakas or ear-burning telugu kichdi music or a screaming Britney ! Anyway, wisdom is dire ...more
Answered by Mayala Fakir, 02 Oct '08 07:25 pm

 
  
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To keep them physically fit...
Answered by Rashmi Sekhri, 02 Oct '08 05:23 pm

 
  
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Don't be mistaken by the saying of people ???
Answered by ashwani agarwal, 02 Oct '08 05:22 pm

 
  
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