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Cars Drivers should stop listening to Girls Aloud

10:00  04 december  2019
10:00  04 december  2019 Source:   motoringresearch.com

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Six reasons to stop listening to music today. Studies suggest that adolescents and young adults listen to music between two and four hours each day. When we take this time into consideration with the extent of harmful messages being streamed, we should really be concerned.

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Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini posing for the camera: Girls Aloud dangerous to drivers © Provided by Motoring Research Girls Aloud dangerous to drivers

Drivers should avoid listening to Girls Aloud or the Spice Girls if they want to stay safe this Christmas.

A recent study in America found that songs with more than 120 beats per minute (BPM) resulted in faster and more erratic driving. To stay safe, drivers should listen to music that mimics the human heartbeat.

Ideally, songs with 60 to 100 BPM.

Which is bad news for drivers with Girls Aloud and the Spice Girls on their playlist.

A finance company has analysed the UK Christmas number ones since 1952 to identify and safest and most dangerous songs to listen to while driving.

Cheryl sends fans into a frenzy as she reunites with Girls Aloud bandmates Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts

Cheryl sends fans into a frenzy as she reunites with Girls Aloud bandmates Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts Cheryl and Nicola Roberts were on hand to support Kimberley Walsh as she returned to the stage.

Listen to the accompaniment, but stop paying attention to the sound of your singing voice as you hear it inside your head. What you hear inside your head is not what we hear out here (which is often why it’s so strange to hear our voices on an answering machine). If you judge your singing by how it sounds

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Sound of the Underground by Girls Aloud is deemed to be the most dangerous. The 2002 hit single has a BPM of 164 and an energy score of 0.85.

Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell posing for the camera: Spice Girls dangerous to drivers © Provided by Motoring Research Spice Girls dangerous to drivers

But there’s bad news for fans of the Spice Girls, too.

Two of the songs in the top ten most dangerous Christmas number ones are credited to Sporty, Baby, Scary, Posh and Ginger: 2 Become 1 and Goodbye.

Tim Schwarz, head of marketing at Moneybarn, said: “Christmas is one of the busiest driving times of the year and wintry weather can make roads more dangerous.

“We all love feeling festive when ‘driving home for Christmas’, but make sure your song choices aren’t distracting you from the road”

The top 10 most dangerous Christmas number ones

1. Girls Aloud Sound of the Underground
2. LadBaby We Built This City
3. Pet Shop Boys Always on my Mind
4. The Beatles Day Tripper
5. Slade Merry Xmas Everybody
6. Winifred Atwell Let’s Have Another Party
7. Spice Girls 2 Become 1
8. Band Aid 20 Do They Know it’s Christmas?
9. Spice Girls Goodbye
10. Benny Hill Ernie (The Fastest Milkman in the West)

You’ll need to break into your parents’ playlist if want to make it home for Christmas in one piece. Five of the top ten safest tunes were released in the 1950s.

Nadine Coyle: I haven't spoken to the rest of Girls Aloud for six years

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Real popular. Were we to guess, we'd estimate there are probably, like, at least 600-700 people who listen to it each day. That's a lot. There are, to be sure, certainly a solid portion of those 600-700 people that listen to rap that should not be listening to rap, just as there are, to be sure, very

Reading aloud doesn't have to be boring! Get an audiobook of your choice for free CLICK: http The boring and flat tone of voice used by reluctant readers sends everyone listening to sleep! Punctuation in a text such as full stops and commas show you where you can next take a breath.

That said, looking through the list, your biggest challenge might be trying to stay awake behind the wheel.

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The top 10 safest Christmas number ones

1. Frankie Lane Answer Me
2. Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You
3. Al Martino Here in my Heart
4. Dickie Valentine Christmas Alphabet
5. Harry Belafonte Mary’s Boy Child
6. Alexandra Burke Hallelujah
7. Johnnie Ray Just Walking in the Rain
8. Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir A Bridge Over You
9. Wings Mull of Kintyre
10. Shayne Ward That’s my Goal

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