Apos: Well, um, played, China.
DrBenway: To empty a large record store I worked at many years ago, "Machine Gun" by the Peter Brötzmann Octet was the choice when closing time came around.
skinink: Personally I'd prefer the Careless Whisper saxaphone solo.
Kid Shelleen: At the record store/head shop I worked at in the 70s, I found that Ravi Shankar would clear the store pretty efficiently.
lack of warmth: With the garbage played in US stores, who'd notice. I recall one year, a store was playing Beach Boys and other old beach music, in January, and people were still shopping. I stayed out of that store as much as possible till they changed it.
flypusher713: Back in the day at Valhalla ( the Rice U. Grad student bar), the closing bartender had the Bible audio tapes in reserve to coax reluctant patrons to leave at closing time./ usually the mere threat was enough.// not sure if there is a digital version now
Apos: Well, um nega, played, China.
Geordles: That would work for me. Kenny G is vomitrocious.
dpaul007: DrBenway: To empty a large record store I worked at many years ago, "Machine Gun" by the Peter Brötzmann Octet was the choice when closing time came around.What in the HELL was that?I always preferred "Get The Fark Out" by Skid Row.
rocinante721: The opening theme of JOCKO HOMO at full volume (great for a ring tone, too)
chewd: Here in the states when stores want you to leave they play christmas music.//works every time.
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