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  • n. Alternative spelling of Muzak.


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  • The details are nice, the scenarios are challenging and the Ibiza background muzak is cool.

    notes from the peanut gallery

  • You may also notice the "muzak" Iberia plays during takeoff and landing; although intended to sooth, its gets annoying. - Articles related to British Airways, Spain's Iberia sign merger deal

  • Inside the hall, there is a large screen, with "muzak" playing, she adds ahead of Mr Blair's appearance.

    British Blogs

  • Apart from the typically excessive volume is the rather "muzak" or schmaltzy character of the overall result.

    New York Daily Photo

  • SL: The perfect Christmas single if I may say so, adding this kind of muzak atmosphere to it, it's almost Erasure like.

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  • With more time and space, it would be great to delve into the theories of Russolo and his legacy, taking on board postmodern industrial music's responses to "muzak" and so forth … another time …

    The J Curve

  • The US and its Arab allies need this ongoing "process" as a kind of muzak, one that is essential to setting the mood for Arab moderation.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • Ever wondered who created "muzak," (you know, the music played in elevators)?


  • Even the trite, behaved kind of muzak beauty one has come to expect of classical begins to reveal pointed teeth, even as eardrum-bursting black metal riffage becomes the sound which lulls you in a trance.

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  • - fairly amusing as it turns out, as it seems the tracks were re-created from the ground up, using different effects and muzak which is often hysterically out of place!

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