piped music

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piped music

light popular music prerecorded and played through amplifiers in a shop, restaurant, factory, etc., as background music
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Then set to a background of elevator music Branson says "try treating her or him to something delicious using the new seat to seat feature of red"
The launch event next week sees a special guest appearance from Manchester's XXXY the guy behind the Fabric compilation Elevator Music.
It's repetitive, but it's not wallpaper or elevator music designed to zone you out -- it's an emotional landscape a few degrees below boiling point.
Gone are the days of elevator music, dark lighting, and pushy design staff.
These pleas are the elevator music soundtrack to my life.
Hyde Park's Garden House Project lures people in with a shiny black Mercedes (16,000 a month on the drip) and the dulcet tones of elevator music wafting through their air.
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The Romney video has no narrator or anyone speaking - just elevator music over a backdrop of text and images - and it attacks Mr.
Doing things right, like ensuring callers don't endure several minutes of 1980s elevator music and fixing problems when they occur, is also branding.
It is far too nice of an establishment to have to put up with casual shoppers as they walk by along with the poor elevator music that seemed to play throughout.
This is not to say her song or performance were great, merely that they were better than the elevator music of the others.
Or perhaps it was not one song in particular - just a general weariness of elevator music that prompted workers at 13 Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles offices (Eugene's DMV wasn't one of them) to suggest recently that the state could save the $160 a month it costs to feed Muzak into the lobbies where drivers come to take exams, renew licenses and register vehicles.