研究探索瞭解 如何記住(或不記得)90年代的音樂

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  • 研究探索瞭解 如何記住(或不記得)90年代的音樂

      202011/2506:55

    ◎根據(The Pudding)發表的一項有趣的研究,發現人們對1990年代的流行歌曲的記憶力(或不記得)。
    ◎研究基於透過音樂測驗收集的超過300萬個數據,以找出哪些曲子仍被人記得,以及哪些曲目在新一代使用者中消失了。
    ◎(Ace of Base)的《The Sign》,(Will Smith)的《Wild Wild West》,以及(TLC)的《No Scrubs》已淡出90年代,而(The Spice Girls)的《Wannabe》,(Whitney Houston)的《I Will Always Love You》和(Los Del Rio)的《Macarena》則表現得更好。
    ◎研究顯示,音樂具有自然的半衰期。結論是:找個比您大10到15歲的人,他們知道您的童年音樂的可能性,比您想像的要低。
    ◎研究指出,當今熱門歌曲,例如《Old Town Road》或《Despacito》,對2020年出生的人而言,可能不會在20年後認識到它。簡而言之,他們很有可能會將您在2040年在卡拉OK點出Lizzo , Drake 或 Jonas Brothers 的歌 …這類難以解釋的行為。

    詳細內文:

    Research news of the day! “Millennials know ‘No Diggity.’ But Gen Z? Maybe half of them, at best.”
    This is one of the findings from an interesting study published by The Pudding on how well (or not) hit songs from the 1990s are being remembered.
    It’s based on more than 3m datapoints collected via a music quiz to find out which tracks have maintained their status, and which have faded from memory with new generations.
    Ace of Base’s ‘The Sign’, Will Smith’s ‘Wild Wild West’ and – we’re particularly cross about this – TLC’s ‘No Scrubs’ are among the 90s tracks to have faded, while The Spice Girls’ ‘Wannabe’, Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ and Los Del Rio’s ‘Macarena’ are holding up rather better.
    “The trend here is that music has a natural half-life. Find someone 10 to 15 years your junior, and the likelihood that they’ll know your childhood music references is lower than you think,” is the conclusion.
    “If you take any present-day hit that’s culturally pervasive, such as “Old Town Road” or “Despacito,” we’d expect that someone born today, in 2020, will probably not recognize it twenty years from now. In short, there’s a good chance they’ll interpret your karaoking of Lizzo, Drake, or the Jonas Brothers in 2040 as an obscure act…”

     

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