Music dilemma

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Music dilemma

Post by Ubique 895 » Tue Jan 10, 2012 2:13 pm

So, I'll be riding for just over 4 hours by my reckoning on Friday evening down to the rally and I'm having a dilemma on what to listen to as I've played all my playlists to death.

Mainly into rock, nu metal, some indie with the occasionally bit of heavy metal thrown in for good measure.

Any ideas?
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Re: Music dilemma

Post by TDMTAM » Tue Jan 10, 2012 3:13 pm

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Re: Music dilemma

Post by Orsoncarts » Tue Jan 10, 2012 3:26 pm

Ubique 895 wrote:So, I'll be riding for just over 4 hours by my reckoning on Friday evening down to the rally and I'm having a dilemma on what to listen to as I've played all my playlists to death.

Mainly into rock, nu metal, some indie with the occasionally bit of heavy metal thrown in for good measure.

Any ideas?
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Re: Music dilemma

Post by Jelly » Tue Jan 10, 2012 4:10 pm

Radio 4. :dry:
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Re: Music dilemma

Post by backofbeyond » Tue Jan 10, 2012 4:30 pm

Jelly wrote:Radio 4. :dry:
Radio 4, Friday evening ... he'd be listening to Eddie Mair. Half an hour of that and he'll be looking for the nearest truck to throw himself under. Preferably two in a row to make sure. :(




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Re: Music dilemma

Post by Road2Manchester » Tue Jan 10, 2012 4:57 pm

The only radio station for ealry evening listening, RADIO 2 not the the Josh-dicky or the music, but traffic news .... probably the best out there.

Ipod Mix:

Emmerson-Lake-Palmer
George Michael
Charles Trennet
Jose Feliciano
Motorhead
AC/DC
Soul Brother Soul Sisiter
Rigsbys Cat.
ZZ Top
The mavericks
Spainsh Guitar
Dicky Dido
Strawbs
Buble
Tom Jones
Now 49
Now 52
Chill Out 100

THEN you never get a chance to get bored..... mad coz you can't turn Buble off as the ipod is in my pocket. But hey ho. :laugh: :laugh:
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Re: Music dilemma

Post by Selous » Tue Jan 10, 2012 4:58 pm

mm some
AC DC to start, to get you in the mood
then some Meatloaf to get you outta hell (traffic)
Steppenwolf when you get on the boring straights (M Roads)
may be some Axel Rudi Paul (try Kings & queens Album)
May be some Iron Maden or Sabbeth to help the route along




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Re: Music dilemma

Post by El Dudeness » Tue Jan 10, 2012 5:15 pm

If you're in to the rock / hard rock / metal genre then you definately have to lay your ears on:

Korn
System of a Down
Volbeat
Moustach

......

I could come up with a dozen more but try those on for size and tell me if they're way off. If not then give me a shout and I'll fill ya in with some more.

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Re: Music dilemma

Post by Road2Manchester » Tue Jan 10, 2012 5:23 pm

OK whos in the trade, lets put together the first ABR ROCK N ROAD cd.

Your fave 100 songs to ride a bike to.

YOUR TOP 5 please.
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Re: Music dilemma

Post by El Dudeness » Tue Jan 10, 2012 6:13 pm

Road2Manchester wrote:OK whos in the trade, lets put together the first ABR ROCK N ROAD cd.

Your fave 100 songs to ride a bike to.

YOUR TOP 5 please.
Cool initiative!

I'll get the ball rolling:

The first track should most definately be CC Rider with Mr. Presley!

1) CC Rider - Elvis Presley
2) Raw Hide - Blues Bros.
3) You Could Be Mine - Guns 'n Roses
4) Alive - Pearl Jam
5) One - Johnny Cash (Original track: U2)

So five isn't much to do with as I could list a hundred more but this will have to do!

Let's see how it goes!

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