Take me home, country roads

Take me home, country roads

In Japan (where they make all kinds of useless things for fashion purposes), a ‘singing road’ has been developed using grooves in the tarmac to generate different frequencies as cars travel over them at different speeds. It’s hardly like listening to your sweet-as Bose install with boot-mounted sub. We can think of a great number of appropriate songs to start with – Highway to Hell, Road to Hell, Route 66, Take Me Home Country Roads, Penny Lane, etc. Leave me a comment with other great ‘road’ songs.

In Japan (where they make all kinds of useless things for fashion purposes), a ‘singing road’ has been developed using grooves in the tarmac to generate different frequencies as cars travel over them at different speeds. It’s hardly like listening to your sweet-as Bose install with boot-mounted sub. We can think of a great number of appropriate songs to start with – Highway to Hell, Road to Hell, Route 66, Take Me Home Country Roads, Penny Lane, etc. Leave me a comment with other great ‘road’ songs.

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