Music Facts Generator

  • [Music fact 1] Both true jellyfish and box jellyfish use their stinging tentacles to catch shrimp and small fish for food. However, box jellyfish are more active hunters, mainly because they have eyes, unlike true jellyfish. They are also better swimmers. A box jellyfish can swim at speeds of up to 4 mph, which is faster than most people can swim.


  • [Music fact 2] Jellyfish do not have brains, hearts, ears, heads, feet, legs, or bones. Their skin is so thin that they can breathe through it.


  • [Music fact 3] A ship has a heavy keel in the lower part to keep it from capsizing. Fish, on the other hand, have the keel on top. If the paired fins stop functioning to keep the fish balanced, the fish turns over because its heaviest part tends to sink, which happens when it dies.


  • [Music fact 4] Fish use a variety of low-pitched sounds to convey messages to each other. They moan, grunt, croak, boom, hiss, whistle, creak, shriek, and wail. They rattle their bones and gnash their teeth. However, fish do not have vocal chords. They use other parts of their bodies to make noises, such as vibrating muscles against their swim bladder.


  • [Music fact 5] The 1968 rock song In A Gadda Da Vida was intended to be "In The Garden of Eden". Frontman Doug Ingle, who came up with the song, was hammered on red wine and his bandmates couldn't understand him.


  • [Music fact 6] Jellyfish are found in every ocean of the world. They are even found in some freshwater lakes and ponds.


  • [Music fact 7] A pair of shoes made of shark leather can last four times longer than shoes made with regular leather.


  • [Music fact 8] Hawaiian singer Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's 1993 album Facing Future is the best-selling album of all time by a Hawaiian artist. His version of Over the Rainbow has been licensed for many films, TV shows, and commercials. The album reached platinum status in 2005.


  • [Music fact 9] The upside-down jellyfish does not float in the water. Instead, it anchors itself to the ocean floor, with its short arms and tentacles reaching up. It looks like a bowl of plants rather than a typical jellyfish.


  • [Music fact 10] The producers of "The Big Short" took huge pains to get permission to use Led Zeppelin’s “When the Levee Breaks” -- especially from Jimmy Page, who had disappeared somewhere with a new girlfriend and was only located in a remote pub on the very last day before the trailer's premiere.


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This music facts generator can generate some interesting music facts for free. These music facts can help you learn some new knowledge and know more about music.

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