Survey Tries to Prove that You are What You Listen To
Newspaper The Guardian is trying to figure out what makes music important to a person, and perhaps what the most important songs in the world are.
The Guardian is conducting a study to prove that “You are what you listen to”, first discussed in an article but has now spurred a quiz. The quiz located here, asks six questions, that hope to prove what the most important songs in the world are, and why people are more likely to listen to one type of music over the other.
It’s a really interesting subject. I’ve always wondered what makes us listen to Rap over Country, or Pop over R&B. Sure, some of it comes down to a matter of taste, and location. For instance it’s not likely a sixty year old man living in a rural area is going to be exposed to that much rap music. Likely, he’ll listen to the music he grew up with, or perhaps even country.
The six questions asked, are as follows:
- What was the first song you ever bought?
- What song always gets you dancing?
- What song always takes you back to your childhood?
- What is your perfect love song?
- What song would you want at your funeral?
- Time for the encore. One last song that makes you, you
What are your answers? Drop us a line, or fill out the official quiz here.