Muzak

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Mu·zak

 (myo͞o′zăk′)
A trademark for background music or television transmitted especially to places of business on a subscription basis.

Muzak

(ˈmjuːzæk)
n
(Music, other) trademark recorded light music played in shops, restaurants, factories, etc, to entertain, increase sales or production, etc

Mu•zak

(ˈmyu zæk)
Trademark.
recorded background music transmitted by radio, telephone, or satellite, as to offices or restaurants.
Translations

Muzak

® [ˈmjuːzæk] Nhilo m musical

Muzak®

[ˈmjuːzæk] n (in shop, restaurant)musique f de fond

Muzak®

nfunktionelle Musik, Berieselungsmusik f (inf)
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This group has its roots in 2002 when Abu Musak al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian who was involved in the Iraqi insurgency in 2003-2006.
VENUE: Black Box Tickets: PS13 and PS10 concession Irish band OKO improvise on skeletal compositions drawing on a wealth of influences such as krautrock, vintage TV shows, free jazz, noise, ambient, dub, drum 'n' bass, dubstep, musak, hip-hop, IDM and more.
Musak yw'r enw wrth gwrs ar gerddoriaeth ail-law ac yn aml mae'n eich cyfarch chi mewn siopau, er dwn i ddim pam.
Pat Allan The Smiths and other early 1980s bands were the voice of a generation which grew up under Thatcherism, unlike the lapdancing musak of the current era.
He now has releases on Toolroom Records, Nervous Records, Sphera Records, Hotfingers, Deepperfect Records, Ole Music, Musik X-press, Musak Records, Distino Recordings, Real4Play and Streetside Records.
It is a small gripe, but it can be a little frustrating when originality is lost, swimming a sea of club musak.
We do not hear these sounds, so the theory goes, because they are a constant background noise that we are incapable of noticing--elevator musak for the whole universe, but less irritating.
It is a quiet corner of the world Only a couple of miles from the city centre Where shoppers enter the temple of Primark And Musak pours from a thousand stores.
The chilled background musak is a little annoying after a while, however.
For, what I like about Christmas is not the commercialism and piped musak of the malls, nor necessarily the religious message, but the traditions that link us to the past: all our pasts.
Halasova E, Matakova T, Musak L, Valachova J, Vodickova L, Buchancova J, et al.