A progression of songs played in a store that tells a story through subject matter that almost exactly matches a current situation in life that you are trying to forget so eerily that you think the music programmer is sapping into your sensory brain waves.
Named after Muzak, the company that delivers experiences through "Audio Architecture", a process of programming songs together based on similar subject matter, musical elements, or just to create a pleasant environment.
Man...I can't believe that Muzak bomb I heard at Applebee's on Valentine's Day: "Hole-Hearted" by Extreme, "All For Love" by Color Me Badd, and "I'm On Fire" by the Dwight Twilley Band. I was just getting over being single, but the Muzak system had to tell me that there's a hole in my heart that can only be filled by someone, I ain't got no lover, and I need love! Darn it!
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