For no reason that I can think of, the following song has been stuck in my head since I woke up this morning:
Still one of the best theme songs, I think.
I saw a show on the National Geographic channel a while back that said that a series of Air Force tests on human reactions to extreme G forces years ago offered evidence that when people experience the “light at the end of the tunnel” in near death experiences, that it was actually the brain shutting down non essential functions due to oxygen deprivation. I have read a couple of books on memory for various classes, but I simply don’t remember any theories as to why songs get “stuck in our head.” Anyone know?
*** Update ***
Via the comments, this, which is just all sorts of excellent:
Listen to it a couple times, and spend one just listening to the guy singing “big baboon.” Reminds me of the background riff (the musical name is escaping me atm) to “Hey Ladies.” I had never heard of Moxy Fruvous before.