Is this a good thing?
Part of me went "Cool!" as "Bridge of Sighs" beats Air Supply or Kenny Rogers any day, but part of me felt like what was supposed to be a sacred experience enjoyed in your room, car, man-cave, high-school parking lot or local concert hall had been seriously marginalized.
"Forget "Muzak", the rock and rollers have grown up so we'll play some Who, Zep and Robin Trower to be sure they remain happy consumers!"
Much as I like Robin Trower, I couldn't get into it because... well, it was WALGREEN'S!!
Or am I too cynical?
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