Question: Russian immigrants to Israel who use drugs tend to prefer this kind of music:The Russian immigrants will prefer rap and heavy metal. Drug users in their early 20s will prefer rave, techno, and house regardless of their ethnic origins. Mediterranean music is preferred by drug users who are native born Israelis but whose parents came from Arab countries (Yemen, Iraq, Morocco) (Sefardim). The latter addicts most connect to the sub-genre
rap, heavy metal 5 (13%) house, rave, techno 12 (31%) trance 13 (34%) soft rock 3 (7%) blues 5 (13%)
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nicknamed "crying songs". These are songs whose lyrics and music evoke feelings of melancholy and despair. Ofer Levi's song The Road of Temptation is a good example of this category.
(*based on Tsvia Horesh's article: "Dangerous Music - Working with the Destructive and Healing Powers of Popular Music in the Treatment of Substance Abusers" in the journal Music Therapy Today June 2003)
This week's question is up to the left.
Well it looks like you "Queens people" are finally on the map... The blogs are all talking about the now famous "Queens Vaad"--anyone care to inform us what on earth is going on with your Vaad??ReplyDelete
Anyone who ever spent some time in Beit Shemesh (not Ramat) should have known the right answer without thinking.ReplyDelete
Wow, I was right but when I saw everyone else's answers, I was sure I goofed!ReplyDelete