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Listen Now: New Music From The Decemberists Corey O'Brien | Evenings / Music Director
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Listen Now: New Music From The Decemberists

From Stereogum:

"The Decemberists will soon follow up their big early-2011 hit album The King Is Dead with an EP called Long Live The King. The tracks on the EP come from the same sessions that produced The King Is Dead, so they’ve got a similarly rootsy sound, and you can hear that in the EP track “Foregone.” That song is streaming over at Vulture."

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BYU Wants You To Know Music Is Sexier Than Ever Corey O'Brien | Evenings / Music Director
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BYU Wants You To Know Music Is Sexier Than Ever

The academic types at BYU have shocked absolutely no one with their new study declaring music sexier today than in 1959:

Via SLC Tribune and The Huffington Post:

"Pop music lyrics are more sexualized now than they were in 1959, according to a new Brigham Young University study.

Yes, this conclusion was made through real statistical research - not by just turning on the radio and hearing Katy Perry sing about skinny dipping and a menage a trois in "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)"

The study, published last week in the journal Sexuality & Culture, looked at Billboard Hot 100 songs in 1959, 1969, 1979, 1989, 1999 and 2009. The researchers discovered that "male artists’ lyrics, non-White artists’ lyrics in 1999 and 2009, and 2009 lyrics, were significantly more likely to contain sexualization."

And that's bad, bad, bad, the study declares, because of "recent research associating sexual content in media with adolescent sexual activity together with findings demonstrating a connection between exposure to objectifying media and self-sexualized behavior."

In other words, that demon rock 'n' roll is still out to get your children. So maybe things haven't changed that much since the '50s."

So there you have it.  If you've wondered why your pants feel more funny while listening to Katy Perry than The Ronettes you now know and BYU has made Utah look stupid for stating the obvious.

Here are the links to the original stories:

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/blogsmoviecricket/52535495-66/lyrics-2009-bad-1959.html.csp

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/07/pop-music-lyrics-more-sex_n_953021.html

-Corey

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