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8.
Good stuff, man.
Without music, life would be a mistake.
by Peach April 20, 2003
 
9.
music is oxygen
if there was music life would be even more worthless
by charlie March 21, 2004
 
10.
a drug ingested via the ears. different kinds of music have different effects.
rock, country, electronic, rap, dance, and classical are just a few genres
by John April 01, 2005
 
11.
Noise that is pleasing to the ears.
"I listened to some music the other day and it was quite pleasing to my ears."
by Jason A June 01, 2005
 
12.
One of the few things keeping me sane in this fucked up world we live in.
I'd be dead by now if it weren't for music.
by DROCK2265 August 07, 2010
 
13.
something that makes everything okay.
"well i just got dumped, lost my house in a fire, and accidentally ran over my dog. but i still have my radiohead music album! life is good."
by silly hats only June 27, 2007
 
14.
A work of art, containing words that eventually may tell us something, moving in a catchy rhythm. Long story short, its "fucking your ears with noises, catchy noises". There are many times of music, starting from quite possibly the very beginning of humanity, or at the least when homo-sapiens stopped picking their noses and stood up, hooting wildly and beating each other in the head with dinosaur bones. This is how music began, don't object me, I know I'm right.

Eventually this "music" evolved into a leisure hobby that has lived to this modern day.

There are many types of music, but apparantly corruption in the RIAA, a money-oinking recording industry began a organized legal-war against the sharing of .mp3s, the main format for music we distribute through websites and gnutella networks. The RIAA's victory against napster proved to be a failure, other file sharing networks sprouted out like mushrooms and cleverly evaded the law by claiming "We arn't distributing the 'illegal files', its the users themselves that choose what they want to distribute, we arn't controlling anything". Nonetheless, recently RIAA and even some governments threatened to sue those who are found to be "pirating" music.

It ain't pirating damnit, all we just do is buy CDs from the mall, use our cd-burner software to extract and convert the music, and hand it out to moneyless bums on the internet. If the RIAA was so damn smart, then maybe they would at least make it harder for us to do so.
Music is basically sounds that you enjoy, unlike the farting your lard-stuffed dad makes.
by Chang Tan January 02, 2004