"Among the top ten safest songs to drive to are Come Away With Me by Norah Jones, I Don't Want to Miss a Thing by Aerosmith and Tiny Dancer by Elton John. Each of the songs have an optimum tempo of a song for safe driving, mimicing the human heartbeat at around 60 to 80 beats per minute. The Scientist by Coldplay and Justin Timberlake's Cry Me a River also appeared in the top 10."
Well, that was quick. Steven Tyler is NOT quitting Aerosmith after all. So Joe Perry can call off his Twitter search for a new vocalist. Though, watching this clip of the reunion that took place last night at The Joe Perry Project show at Irving Plaza, it doesn't seem like the two like each other very much. But then, neither did Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, and they just kept getting funnier and funnier.
"In the first study they found that twice as many mall shoppers who had just ridden an up escalator contributed to the Salvation Army than shoppers who had just ridden the down escalator … In a final study, participants watched film clips of scenes taken from an airplane above the clouds, or through the window of a passenger car. Participants who had watched the clip of flying up above the clouds were 50 percent more cooperative in a computer game than those who had watched the car ride down on the ground. Overall these studies show remarkable consistency, linking height and different prosocial behaviors—i.e., donations, volunteering, compassion, and cooperation." [...]
Oh no! Has Aerosmith's Steven Tyler quit the band? That's what guitarist Joe Perry says! This is terrible news for everyone stuck in 1989. Related: What ever happened to Alicia Silverstone?