Hubby and I used to listen to the radio a lot, either in the morning getting ready for work or in the evenings in the cottage having no TV.
Since being in the boat, I have listened to precisely one CD (OK it was on continuous play for the dog through fireworks when Hubby was away for a few days in 2014) and the radio goes on for the news. After five minutes, it gets switched off.
In the car, we have the radio on for traffic reports on long journeys, but for the short-haul into town or to the hospital recently, we don’t bother.
And even worse, it is REPETITIVE crap.
Way back in 1970 when T-Rex hit the top of the charts with Ride a White Swan, the song was referred to as the Radio One tuning note.
Today, our ‘chart busters’ are either all one chord, all one word/phrase, or consist of one bar, which may or may not change tempo.
It’s WAILING on speed.
I wrote this post three years ago, but today it’s not a case of similarity in melody, but getting stuck in the groove because no-one knows how to progress.