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ear candy

n. soft and pleasant popular music; music that is sweet to the ear. (see also elevator music.) I find that kind of ear candy more annoying than heavy metal.
See also: candy, ear
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The restaurants will feature music from Mood Media Corporation's exclusive music catalogue, Ear Candy.
No one knows for sure whether music played a key role in human evolution or came about as a kind of ear candy.
You know it's great ear candy when the beat keeps your attention and you're anxiously waiting for the intro.
According to the London daily Elaph, Manokian had introduced Jad to "Logic" from "The Ear Candy Band" who had come to Lebanon from New York in order to appear in the new clip, where his voice was also used on parts of the song.
The night is lubricated inbetween bands with aural ear candy supplied by DJs Sir Real, Papa Zit, DJ Jajouka and DJ Ronco K-Tel who will carry the nights events way off into the early hours, all live music should be over by 11.
The songs heard in those videos were new pieces of ear candy that were soon blasting on a sticker-covered boom box at the local ramp.
The lead track from the widely acclaimed debut album Small Talk, the single will be available as a download and special 7 inch edition vinyl on the band's own label Ear Candy Records.
Despite not having the instant ear candy appeal of tracks such as Mr Brightside, Sam's Town is still rewarding and described by the band as their homage to Bruce Springsteen.
Charming and danceable, bright and sunny, Anything Is Possible is an irresistible bit of ear candy.
The digital debut will include the new anthology, as well as Helen Reddy (1971); I Don't Know How To Love Him (1971, Gold-certified); I Am Woman (1972, Platinum-certified); Long Hard Climb (1973, Gold-certified); Love Song For Jeffrey (1974, Gold-certified); Free and Easy (1974, Gold-certified); No Way To Treat A Lady (1975, Gold-certified); Music, Music (1976, Gold-certified); Ear Candy (1977, Gold-certified); We'll Sing In The Sunshine (1978); Reddy (1979); and Take What You Find (1980).
And when it does, an industry able to tempt phone users with the latest ear candy will be there to mine the possibilities.
Jump), "This is an amazing sophomore CD" (Popstar) and "Tons of ear candy -- we loved every track of it
MARKET RESEARCH: Ear Candy - Your brand-new iPod is cutting-edge audio tech.
Mobe Do,'' ``Discoteca'' and an unreleased version of ``That Sound'' make for succulent ear candy.
Internet bottlenecks and consumer appetites for eye and ear candy have necessitated broadband's emergence as an integral part of cutting-edge mass market strategies.