Top Songs You Don’t Expect To Hear In Your MRI Scan

Top Songs You Don’t Expect To Hear In Your MRI Scan

Here are some of the Top Songs You Don’t Expect To Hear In Your MRI Scan!

Something that people must deal with when they are on their brain tumour journey is MRI scans. If you have had an MRI scan yourself, you will know it sounds a bit like you are sitting nearby a construction site. For some people, it is no problem and no big deal, but to others, it can be very unsettling and unnerving.

I had my first MRI Scan in 2008, and it was never my favourite part of the journey as I’m not great in confined spaces. To make things a bit easier for me, I asked my radiologist to play music through the headphones they give you, and more times than not, they were able to do this.

Here are 17 Songs You Don’t Expect To Hear In Your MRI

The Alternative CD for MRI Scans

Good Vibrations – Beach Boys

I still haven’t found what I’m looking for – U2

Noise Annoys – The Buzzcocks

Dizzy – Tommy James

I can’t get you outta my head – Kylie Minogue

‎Always On My Mind – Elvis Presley

Crash course in brain surgery – Metallica

Map of your HEAD! – Muse

‎Stuck On You – Lionel Richie

Insane in the brain – Cypress hill

Hello is it me you looking for – Lionel Richie

Bad Brain – the Ramones

Shake, rattle and roll – Big Joe Turner

Born this way- Lady Gaga

Call the doctor- Peter Andre

Oops upside your head – The Gap Band

Getting Mighty Crowded – Elvis Costello


What songs would you add to this list of songs you don’t expect to hear in your MRI?


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