Prentice-Hall, 1976 - 234 páginas
Examines and illustrates the widespread use of subliminal imagery and suggestion in all the mass media and the long-term effects of subliminal techniques on the public
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The third verse said, "... anytime you feel the pain, Hey Jude — refrain." "Refrain"
means, in one sense, leave it alone. But, the inverse symbology means repeat
the chorus or repeat the injection at the end of each good period when the pain ...
The verses are sung in two-part harmony, indicating to the audience subliminally
that two people are on the trip — the listener ... The first verse provides a come-
on, an opening pitch, much like the warmup used by insurance or encyclopedia ...
After the electric bass's low to high slide in the second verse, the bass works
throughout the rest of the song, serving as subdued background. At the start of
the third verse, the drums are consciously apparent at the beginning of the drug
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Don your tin-foil hats, we're delving into the world of subliminal advertising. "Sex" on a Ritz cracker and penises in the ice cubes of magazine ads. The three stars is strictly for the entertainment value of the book, not the validity of its claims. Hilarious! Leer comentario completo
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