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6. People who listen to certain recordings of music are in danger of being unduly influenced by spoken messages that have been recorded backwards on the records or tapes.
A consequence of the view above is that
(A) the spoken messages must be louder than the music on the recordings
(B) backwards messages can be added to a recording while still preserving all of the musical qualities of the recorded performance
(C) the recordings on which such messages appear are chosen for this purpose either because they are especially popular or because they introduce a trancelike state
(D) if such messages must be comprehended to exert influence, then people must be able to comprehend spoken messages recorded backwards
(E) when people listen to recorded music, they pay full attention to the music as it plays

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24 Nov 2006, 12:49
6. People who listen to certain recordings of music are in danger of being unduly influenced by spoken messages that have been recorded backwards on the records or tapes.
A consequence of the view above is that
(A) the spoken messages must be louder than the music on the recordings
Loudness doenot mean pople can understand it
(B) backwards messages can be added to a recording while still preserving all of the musical qualities of the recorded performance
Quality of music is not issue here
(C) the recordings on which such messages appear are chosen for this purpose either because they are especially popular or because they introduce a trancelike state
Popularity is not issue ehere
(D) if such messages must be comprehended to exert influence, then people must be able to comprehend spoken messages recorded backwards
If the message influence people they should be able to unserstand backward recording
(E) when people listen to recorded music, they pay full attention to the music as it plays
Not an issue beacuse if they paid atention only to musics then backward message wont be understood hence no influcne

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24 Nov 2006, 13:31
Another D

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24 Nov 2006, 14:56
D is the only one that is a consequence. Others are either reasons, or irrelevant.

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26 Nov 2006, 00:09
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26 Nov 2006, 00:09
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