I'm the type of listener that hears a song once and instantaneously love it, I will end up listening to it for another fifty times. Music is a major part of my life, and I don't know what I'd do without it. A couple things I want to talk about is specific moments in my life when I became "Burnt Out", and the idea of no music.
"No Interruption" by Hoodie Allen, "Paper Planes" by MIA, "I Will Be Found (Lost at Sea)" by John Mayer, and "Houdini" by Foster the People are some very great, well composed songs. Hoodie Allen is a very creative hip hop/rap artist. Most of his music is free for all, so here's a link if you want to check it out: http://www.hoodieallen.com/music/. "No Interruption" is one you have to either pay for or get it some other way. MIA is a female urban rapper. She's only produced one album, and this was her only hit. She uses sound effects to get her point across. John Mayer is a one of my favorite artists. From album to album, his lifestyle and outlook changes and so does his music. Continuum, Room for Squares, Paradise Valley, Born and Raised, Battle Studies, and Heavier Things each have a distinct sound. Continuum is probably going to be his best work, at least that's what I think. "Houdini" by Foster the People is a song that I've listened to practically everyday. Torches is my favorite album, I had to own a physical copy of it.
Imagine if music had never existed. It's very hard to, even for me. No sounds, nothing. Just your thoughts and the people around you. All you could do is talk. Just imagine how boring video games would be! Link wouldn't be playing his ocarina, Star Wars would have a lame opening, and the major company Apple wouldn't exist! I have nothing against Apple, it's just the company is based off the sales of music and apps. If you don't like music, then are you even human?