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Hello. The Q is, as before stated, can music effect your mood?(affect or effect?) Anyway, my mom and I have had arguments about this more than a few times. She says that me listening to metal makes me agry. Is there any scientific proof that this happens? Examples.....
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Same tune either way. The first version irritates me, and the second offends me. At our cenotaph ceremony on Remembrance Day, I sang along with everyone else to "*** Save the Queen", but fell silent during the title phrase because it would be extremely hypocritical of me to utter those words.Very strongly. For instance, when I hear a band strike up "My Country, 'tis of Thee", it lifts my mood considerably. Or when they play "G-d Save the Queen", my mood sours.
Of course, this is sort of an obvious one. If it had no impact on your mood, why would people listen to it?
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I would say it depend all on the state of mind you have because I for one find punk rock claming & inrageing. it all depends on what has or is happening.I'm not sure, sometimes I think my mood affects my choice of music as much as my choice of music affects my mood.
While I think music can invoke certain emotions, I also think that is dependent on the listener's state of mind at the time they are listening.