Non-Adaptive Pleasure Seeking
Most pleasurable activities, such as eating and sex, have clear links to survival. Such activities ultimately stimulate brain mechanisms that are specifically evolved to reward and encourage adaptive behaviors. Note that once brain mechanisms are in place that permit the experience of pleasure, it may be possible to stimulate those mechanisms in ways that do not confer a survival advantage. This behavior is called non-adaptive pleasure seeking.
If we think of music as a drug, then it is a temptation even more difficult to avoid than a chemical drug.
But now we have developed a partial resistance to this effect that music has on us. For whatever reason, the resistance is not total, and music continues to have emotional and pleasurable effects on us, but, these effects are but residual shadows of what music used to be.
nonaps has arrived to fight our brains tendency of adaption to music by flooding it with the wildest musical super cheesecake ever heard.