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Old 11-03-2005, 02:13 AM   #1
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Driving Music.......

Just curious as to what types of music/bands/artists people listen to while driving...not just cruising around town...I mean driving! I'm talking mountain roads at twice the posted speed limit- how about going 140 in a 55MPH zone, or just letting the car open up on a long stretch of highway -(not that I have ever done any of these things )

Here are a few of my favorite discs. They just seem to match the essence of my driving experience....

1) Disturbed
2) Korn
3) Fear Factory
4) Slipknot
5) ?


and a few others.....

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Old 11-03-2005, 02:18 AM   #2
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Crystal Method-Busy Child or Keep Hope Alive
Paul Oakenfold-Ready Steady Go
Disturbed-Guarded and the previous album
Slipknot-The cd Iowa
Nina Sky-Move Ya Body Girl

I got a couple more I just can't think of now

EDIT: Lets just say techo is my favorite for that driving
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Old 11-03-2005, 02:18 AM   #3
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SYSTEM OF A DOWN. something about the balance of good lyrics, good rythm and then complete and utter freak out sure gets to me.
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Old 11-03-2005, 02:32 AM   #4
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Insane Clown Posse, Korn, Slipknot, Cypress Hill, T-Rock, Metallica, DMX, Raptile, Ludacris, D12, and Dr. Dre, along with some others, but you get the type.

And one song which I'm not sure how I got, and I'm not sure what it's called, but I have it as "When We Ride" by "Kenway Sosa" on my iTunes, but I can't find anything on it over the internet...a quote from the song is in my sig if anyone cares...
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Old 11-03-2005, 02:32 AM   #5
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Insane Clown Posse, Korn, Slipknot, Cypress Hill, T-Rock, Metallica, DMX, Raptile, Ludacris, D12, and Dr. Dre, along with some others, but you get the type.

And one song which I'm not sure how I got, and I'm not sure what it's called, but I have it as "When We Ride" by "Kenway Sosa" on my iTunes, but I can't find anything on it over the internet...a quote from the song is in my sig if anyone cares...
Gotta love T-Rock and ICP, but those are mostly just cruisin tunes
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Old 11-03-2005, 02:33 AM   #6
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spineshank, disturbed, system of a down, rammstein. slipknot, rumsfield, godsmack.


and at other times, country
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My favorite driving music is the mechanical harmony of the engine building it's revs to a shift.
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Old 11-03-2005, 02:38 AM   #8
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Lightbulb

Just thought of another : Soundgarden - Ultra Mega OK


(Bad MotorFInger would work too!)
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spineshank, disturbed, system of a down, rammstein. slipknot, rumsfield, godsmack.


and at other times, country



Godsmack...that explains the " ? " in my first post ( i knew I was missing one)
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how about a classic....

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Godsmack...that explains the " ? " in my first post ( i knew I was missing one)


hahha! if you like slipknot and godsmack, i definitely recommened rumsfield...
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Gotta love T-Rock and ICP, but those are mostly just cruisin tunes

I guess ICP isn't really a hard driving type of band, but T-Rock is pretty good...I guess the topic is debatable(sp?)

Also forgot Chincheck.
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I guess ICP isn't really a hard driving type of band, but T-Rock is pretty good...I guess the topic is debatable(sp?)

Also forgot Chincheck.
Gotta love those crazy Aussies
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Some old school fits...but only sometimes...now everytime I hear Led Zepplen "ROCK and ROll" I think of old men driving Cadillacs at 3 miles over the posted minimum thanks to that damn commercial!

And Dodgerforlife...rumsfield? Haven't heard that one....
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Some old school fits...but only sometimes...now everytime I hear Led Zepplen "ROCK and ROll" I think of old men driving Cadillacs at 3 miles over the posted minimum thanks to that damn commercial!

And Dodgerforlife...rumsfield? Haven't heard that one....


little bit older, but awesome

definitely recommend the song "Blister"
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