I think a repetitious beat in common time sends your mind into a droning 'focus' sort of state. For example (one of their few works done in quarter time):
The concept extends into dance music - because that's what House is, it's music to dance to. It gives you a sense of premeditation, the ability to stylistically flow without interruption, much as a freestyle circle will revolve around something relatively simple, like this:
If you don't dance or freestyle sing/rap, I suppose I wouldn't expect anyone to 'get it'.
Who else employed repetition. Jim Henson... Bringing joy to kids around the world....
This is different. Muppets can enjoy performing repetitive movements without being Nazis, because they are a peaceful species with no history of genocide. But with humans, there are a lot of scientific studies and volumes of evidence that establishes an association between a love of repetitive dance music and movements with totalitarianism.
Originally Posted by Infinite Bubble
Whoops, guess I'm a moron then.
But I do not like Get Lucky. Their older music is great though.
I have yet to see this movie, surprisingly, but the stuff I've head from the Tron Legacy soundtrack I do actually like.
Mainly, I am really fucking sick of hearing Get Lucky, and I also had someone in my college dormitory who would play Harder, Faster, Better Stronger EVERY FUCKING DAY. I actually thought he was a good dude, but that song got old really fast.