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Why iTunes users are buying this 10-min song of absolute silence

Why iTunes users are buying this 10-min song of absolute silence

Every iTunes user knows how it feels when they plug in their phone into their cars and hit play: The first song in the library starts playing, making it feel less like a track and more like an annoying alarm clock.

Most of the time the songs we store on our phones are usually songs we want to hear. Then again, you really can't put a price on silence.

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Mezrahi has released a blank song on iTunes and believes that this is the ultimate solution to this issue. (By the way, there's a reason why it's 9:58 minutes and not full 10 minutes. iTunes charges for a full album once a song goes beyond 10 minutes).

Move over, "Despacito", because Samir Mezrahi might have just released the new song of the summer.

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The song is created for anyone who has plugged their iPhone into their auto stereo only to have it automatically start blaring whatever song is alphabetically at the top of their list.

Created for anyone who has plugged their iPhone into their auto stereo only to have it automatically start blaring whatever song is alphabetically at the top of their list, the title of Samir Mezrahi's "A a a a a Very Good Song" means that you won't be in any rush to queue up whatever it is you actually want to hear.

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