dp, you win
dp, you forgot:
buddy, isn't it obvious?
MUISC is what Tay-Tay does...stick with music....it gooder
I'd bet that the non-lyrical elements of each song would yield results that show more similarity than the lyrical elements. Likely, one could analyze the melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic content (not to mention instrumentation & arrangement) to find that each is quite similar...showing why & how all the songs "sound the same". I could do this analysis, but would also have to blow my brains out
Also, a graphical expression of the results might have been more effective
thanks goose, i'll check it out
I'm reading "Interpretting Popular Music" by David Brackett right now and seems to cover some of the same ideas. I would guess that the Brackett is a more scholarly approach than the Byrne (and probably not as cool), but you might enjoy
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