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so pit, im getting my license pretty soon and im making cds to listen to in the car.
anyone got any suggestions for good road music? straying away from the local rock station, what do you listen to while driving?
#2
Speed metal is the only correct answer.
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Cannibal Corpse. It's especially fun to listen to it if you drive by your local elementary school and blast it with the windows open. The frightened looks on each mother's face are absolutely priceless.
#11
Kiss - Detriot Rock City, on loop. Also, Kiss - God Gave Rock n'roll to you, just incase you think that God's mission is charity work is something, because it's definitely to rock n'roll.

I've always found Thin Lizzy to be nice driving music aswell.
#12
any softer Smashing Pumpkins is great for cruising, also the Spun soundtrack, damn.
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#13
Explosions in the Sky is great driving music.

Or if you want to go a different direction, Streetlight Manifesto.
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KoRn - It's On
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Cannibal Corpse. It's especially fun to listen to it if you drive by your local elementary school and blast it with the windows open. The frightened looks on each mother's face are absolutely priceless.


When I get my license I'm definatly doing this.
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Cannibal Corpse. It's especially fun to listen to it if you drive by your local elementary school and blast it with the windows open. The frightened looks on each mother's face are absolutely priceless.

It's even better when you're driving a Fiat Panda. And wearing flimsy black leather clothing with spikes. And are covered in baby oil.


Now seriously:
Ladyhawke's self-titled album is probably my favourite cd for driving, as is La Roux's. Marina and the Diamond's 'the family jewels' is also great. When it comes to rock music, the Beatsteaks' 'living targets' or QOTSA's 'era vulgaris' are nice.

EDIT: I forgot:
Fuckbuttons - Surf Solar
Plus anything by Daft Punk or Fatboy Slim.
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I drove to Alien for months. ****ing awesome album

Right now I've been listening to Lady Gaga's Fame Monster album in the car a lot. And a mix with some Arsis. My Face of Innocence cannot be beat while driving. Same with Prehistoric Dog by Red Fang

I used to have a 6 CD changer and loved it but my new car just has a shitty stereo that pops out. I'll probably start using my iPod soon.
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Radar love and Immigrant song, you're set for life
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#22
I tend to listen to dubstep while driving, stops me from speeding/driving dangerously.
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#23
i listen to lots of country, and the pop station also
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#24
Judas Priest is suitable. ALWAYS.
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#28
Reminds me of when on occasion, I turn up my stereo, roll down my windows and play Stand Up and Shout by Dio going down my road. Great way to go to work in the morning.
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Testament. Especially when The Preacher or The New Order come on. The look on black people's faces is hilarious.
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#33
Thrash metal and speed metal

trust me
when your speeding down the highway you'll want to be listening to angel of death
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#34
In the Jaws of the Lords of Death by Japanese Cartoon

They're an awesome post punk band fronted by rapper Lupe Fiasco.
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#38
+ 1 to the guy taht said era vulgaris. Also, the Offspring's Smash is a good one, as well as any of Slayer's early albums.
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I've found this album is awesome when you're driving.
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Any of the 80s King Crimson albums.
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