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   24.06.2003 um 14:05 Uhr

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Der britische Radiosender Virgin Radio hat online darüber abstimmen lassen, mit welchem Song sich beim Autofahren am besten der Stress abbauen lässt. Auf Platz 1 wurde hier U2's Beautiful Day gewählt. Auch Queen, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Beatles, Coldplay, Oasis, David Gray, Stereophonics, R.E.M. und The Verve wurden in die Top 10 gewählt. Die vollständige Liste und den Artikel dazu findet Ihr hier.

DRRIVETIME STRESSBUSTERS What's your favourite drivetime stressbuster song? The Top Ten Stress-Busters: U2 - Beautiful Day Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under the Bridge The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun Coldplay - Yellow Oasis - Don’t Look Back in Anger David Gray - Babylon Stereophonics - Have A Nice Day REM - Losing My Religion The Verve - Bitter Sweet Symphony Frustrated motorists have hailed U2’s Beautiful Day as the perfect way to beat motoring stress. Its calming chords and uplifting theme provide the soothing antidote to driving tension, according to a survey we ran on this very lovely web page. With temperatures soaring and traffic jams on Britain’s roads at an all time high, we asked listeners want music kept them cool. The top ten ‘stress-busters’ features classic tracks from The Beatles, Coldplay, Oasis and Queen. “Sometimes it feels like the world is against you when you’re stuck in a jam,” says Daryl Denham. “The frustration really builds after you’ve done a hard day work then have to get into the car and sweat it out in traffic jams on the way home. “Music is a brilliant way at defusing that tension. You listen to something like Beautiful Day and things don’t seem so bad. It won’t make the traffic go away but it certainly helps.” Research shows that driving can be one of the main sources of tension in life. Health experts BUPA advise listening to music or as a method of reducing tension for motorists. More than 56 per cent of drivers will get lost at least once during summer trips and arguing children can turn the simplest outings into journeys from hell. More than 61 per cent of drivers will argue with their partners as tempers fray. “We’ve all been there and it is not one of life’s richest experiences,” adds Daryl. “We have people calling from traffic jams who are totally fed up to be stuck after a day’s work. They all say that particular songs have just eased the tension. “Music is a great stress-buster at any time but it is particularly powerful while driving. We had a great response. Normally, it is the cool, reflective tracks such as U2 or the Red Hot Chili Peppers but there was a wide field because everyone has a favourite that does the job.” The RAC discovered that 83 per cent of motorists believe that congestion is a major problem in Britain, showing that many drivers start their journeys on edge. Tension can build through traffic jams, the heat, getting lost, disputes with partners and family, poor route planning and not leaving enough time to reach a destination. © virginradio.co.uk



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