Every single time I plug my iPhone into my car to listen to some tunes, the music always starts with the same bloody song. Sure, I like “About a Girl” from Nirvana, but why does that have to the the first song that gets served up EVERY TIME?
It’s the result of an odd bug that has iPhones automatically start playing songs alphabetically. There is no way to stop that–until now.
Samir Mezrahi had the same problem, so he released a song on iTunes called “A a a a a Very Good Song.” It’s nothing but ten minutes of pure silence. The five “a’s” in the title ensures that it always comes up first in the queue, offering you at least ten minutes to line up the songs you want to hear.
His tweet on the subject (see below) has gone nuclear and the “song” itself is climbing up the iTunes charts. And yes, it does cost 99 cents. Dude’s making some money on this one. More here.
hey I released a blank song that will play 1st so that *one* song won’t play every time u plug ur phone into ur car https://t.co/FL83YUOOcz
— #1 samir (@samir) August 9, 2017