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Apples From Mars - Siren Song (NEW) _TOP_


All it took was one dancer and TikTok influencer to create a killer dance routine to the song. Thanks to Jaedan Gomez, the song and the dance challenge took off across TikTok, and now we can't seem to get away from it.




Apples From Mars - Siren Song (NEW)



The trend grew from pets to friends and family. With over 2 million videos being made using this song, it is clear that everyone is enjoying warming hearts worldwide with their special moments.


This song could be the perfect soundtrack to a video of different positive reviews from customers (social proof has never been more influential) or even to a product release or unboxing video. Those are just ideas from the top of my head, but I am sure with a little creativity, you can come up with some more.


Many TikTokers have used the song while reenacting scenes from the movie. In contrast, others have used it as an ideal soundtrack to videos depicting anything from the current loves of their life to makeup tutorials to lost family members and fashion poses.


This song is instantly recognizable by the older generations, and now, due to a TikTok trend, the younger generation will immediately recognize it too. The fact that this song was brought back from 2007 just shows that if you have catchy lyrics and a tune, your songs can be endless.


Doja Cat has come a long way since her song "Mooo!" went viral on YouTube in 2018, and 'Say So' shows just how far. She's gone from a meme and a bit of a joke (sorry, Doja) to making a huge impact on the music industry as we know it.


But I am encouraging you to use it in a sense that highlights the changes your business has gone through. Even if you don't follow the trend, you can still use the song for other purposes and benefit from the views.


From 2020 to 2023, this song has remained the soundtrack of many popular videos on TikTok. The song 'Laxed' by Jawfh was originally created as a siren jam, a trend seen in New Zealand where songs are made specifically to be played through sirens on cars.


In some videos, there was also a message attached to the dance. That message was to celebrate and embrace your culture. Midway through the song, the people in the video changed from their everyday clothes into their traditional outfits. In fact, the dance even became known as The Culture Dance.


This song has been used on various videos, from puzzle time-lapses and latte art to puppies and videos about favorite lunch spots to cleaning videos and family moments. The possibilities are endless, and that's why there are over 7 million videos using it.


One of the main disadvantages of using TikTok songs is that you risk violating copyright laws if you choose to upload a song rather than use one from the TikTok library. This will result in your video being taken down.


Another disadvantage is that people viewing your video may get distracted listening to the song when they should concentrate on your video's content. I.e., The songs may distract from the overall message of your campaign.


In addition to funding new episodes, Hodgson told EW that he hopes the crowdfunding effort will serve as a promotional tool as well as a siren song of sorts to gather together those who have contributed to the show in the past, including cast and crew members. However, the rebooted series will feature an all-new cast.


ATALANTA (Atalantê). In ancient mythology there occur two personages of this name, who have been regarded by some writers as identical, while others distinguish between them. The common accounts distinguish between the Arcadian and the Boeotian Atalanta. 1. The Arcadian Atalanta is described as the daughter of Iasus (Iasion or Iasius) and Clymene. (Aelian, V. H. xiii. 1; Hygin. Fab. 99; Callim. Hymn. in Dian. 216.) Her father, who had wished for a son, was disappointed at her birth, and exposed her on the Parthenian (virgin) hill, by the side of a well and at the entrance of a cave. Pausanias (iii. 24. 2) speaks of a spring near the ruins of Cyphanta, which gushed forth from a rock, and which Atalanta was believed to have called forth by striking the rock with her spear. In her infancy, Atalanta was suckled in the wilderness by a she-bear, the symbol of Artemis, and after she had grown up, she lived in pure maidenhood, slew the centaurs who pursued her, took part in the Calydonian hunt, and in the games which were celebrated in honour of Pelias. Afterwards, her father recognized her as his daughter; and when he desired her to marry, she made it the condition that every suitor who wanted to win her, should first of all contend with her in the foot-race. If he conquered her, he was to be rewarded with her hand, if not, he was to be put to death by her. This she did because she was the most swift-footed among all mortals, and because the Delphic oracle had cautioned her against marriage. Meilanion, one of her suitors, conquered her in this manner. Aphrodite had given him three golden apples, and during the race he dropped them one after the other. Their beauty charmed Atalanta so much, that she could not abstain from gathering them. Thus she was conquered, and became the wife of Meilanion. Once when the two, by their embraces in the sacred grove of Zeus, profaned the sanctity of the place, they were both metamorphosed into lions. Hyginus adds, that Atalanta was by Ares the mother of Parthenopaeus, though, according to others, Parthenopaeus was her son by Meilanion. (Apollod. iii. 9. 2; Serv. ad Aen. iii. 313; Athen. iii. p. 82.)2. The Boeotian Atalanta. About her the same stories are related as about the Arcadian Atalanta, except that her parentage and the localities are described differently. Thus she is said to have been a daughter of Schoenus, and to have been married to Hippomenes. Her footrace is transferred to the Boeotian Onchestus, and the sanctuary which the newly married couple profaned by their love, was a temple of Cybele, who metamorphosed them into lions, and yoked them to her chariot. (Ov. Met. x. 565, &c., viii. 318, &c. ; Hygin. Fab. 185.) In both traditions the main cause of the metamorphosis is, that the husband of Atalanta neglected to thank Aphrodite for the gift of the golden apples. Atalanta has in the ancient poets various surnames or epithets, which refer partly to her descent, partly to her occupation (the chase), and partly to her swiftness. She was represented on the chest of Cypselus holding a hind, and by her side stood Meilanion. She also appeared in the pediment of the temple of Athena Alea at Tegea among the Calydonian hunters. (Paus. v. 19. 1, viii. 45. 4.)


Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 3. 9. 2 (trans. Frazer) (Greek mythographer C2nd A.D.) :"Lykourgos (Lycurgus) [king of Arkadia] had sons, Ankaios (Ancaeus), Epokhos (Epochus), Amphidamas, and Iasos (Iasus), by Kleophyle (Cleophyle) or Eurynome.And Amphidamas had a son Melanion and a daughter Antimakhe (Antimachus), whom Eurystheus married.And Iasos had a daughter Atalanta by Klymene (Clymene), daughter of Minyas. This Atalanta was exposed by her father, because he desired male children; and a she-bear came often and gave her suck, till hunters found her and brought her up among themselves. Grown to womanhood, Atalanta kept herself a virgin, and hunting in the wilderness she remained always under arms. The Kentauroi (Centaurs) Rhoikos (Rhoecus) and Hylaios (Hylaeus) tried to force her, but were shot down and killed by her.She went moreover with the chiefs to hunt the Kalydonian (Calydonian) Boar, and at the games held in honor of Pelias she wrestled with Peleus and won.Afterwards she discovered her parents, but when her father would have persuaded her to wed, she went away to a place that might serve as a racecourse, and, having planted a stake three cubits high in the middle of it, she caused her wooers to race before her from there, and ran herself in arms; and if the wooer was caught up, his due was death on the spot, and if he was not caught up, his due was marriage. When many had already perished, Melanion came to run for love of her, bringing golden apples from Aphrodite, and being pursued he threw them down, and she, picking up the dropped fruit, was beaten in the race. So Melanion married her. And once on a time it is said that out hunting they entered into the precinct of Zeus, and there taking their fill of love were changed into lions.But Hesiod [Greek poet C8th-7th B.C.] and some others have said that Atalanta was not a daughter of Iasos, but of Skhoineus (Schoenus); and Euripides [Greek tragedian C5th B.C.] says that she was a daughter of Mainalos (Maenalus), and that her husband was not Melanion but Hippomenes. And by Melanion, or Ares, Atalanta had a son Parthenopaios (Parthenopaeus), who went to the war against Thebes."


Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 3. 9. 2 (trans. Frazer) (Greek mythographer C2nd A.D.) :"[Atalanta was exposed at birth by her father and raised by hunters.] Afterwards she discovered her parents, but when her father would have persuaded her to wed, she went away to a place that might serve as a racecourse, and, having planted a stake three cubits high in the middle of it, she caused her wooers to race before her from there, and ran herself in arms; and if the wooer was caught up, his due was death on the spot, and if he was not caught up, his due was marriage. When many had already perished, Melanion came to run for love of her, bringing golden apples from Aphrodite, and being pursued he threw them down, and she, picking up the dropped fruit, was beaten in the race. So Melanion married her. And once on a time it is said that out hunting they entered into the precinct of Zeus, and there taking their fill of love were changed into lions."


Theocritus, Idylls 3. 40 ff (trans. Edmonds) (Greek bucolic C3rd B.C.) :"When Skhoinos' (Schoenus') bride-race [i.e. the race of Atalanta] was begun, apples fell from one that run; she looks, she's lost, and lost doth leap, into love so dark and deep." 041b061a72


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