#1
So college is 6 hours away, and I need music to make the ultimate playlist.

Please no metal music or country music. Anything else lay it on me!
#4
"Road Trippin'" by RHCP?

Oh and "Peace of Mind" by Boston.
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#5
Tom Petty. All of it.
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#7
um any reel big fish , RANCID, less than jake that should sum it up
#9
Classic rock is the best for road trips.
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#10
SKA and Classic Rock I recomend:

Reel Big Fish, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Lynyrd SKynyrd, Tom Petty, Less Than Jake, Sublime, THe Mighty Mighty Bosstones, The Police, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Ac/Dc
#11
I love driving to Sonic Youth's album, "Daydream Nation"


If you're into jazz, mid era Miles Davis (Milestones, Kind of Blue, ESP) is great for driving at night. As is anything by John Coltrane (but especially Giant Steps, and A Love Supreme).
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Tom Petty. All of it.


+1

and Bob Dylan's Modern times album is killer for driving.
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#13
Sum 41 i guess. I mostly listen to a lot of metal, so i don't really know what to tell ya
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#14
Classic rock sounds good, was planning on putting zeppelin and some hendrix on there. Tom petty is a good call. SKA and punk is another good one, any recommended SKA?

Keep it up peeps
#15
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"Road Trippin'" by RHCP?

Oh and "Peace of Mind" by Boston.


Dammit, beat me to the RHCP one.
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#16
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned the Marty Friedman album called Music For Speeding.
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#17
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Classic rock is the best for road trips.


+10
Get a bunch of classic rock songs.
Surfing With The Alien - Joe Satriani is cool to listen to while driving.
#18
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I suggest classic rock for when you are awake, and some drone when you are sleeping like Sunn O))).



thats right
#19
Ziggy Stardust, Immigrant Song, Don't Stop Me Now, Surfing with the Alien, Panama, You shook me all night long, Hot for teacher, Whole Lotta Love, Voodoo Child, Don't Stop Believin', Fat Bottomed Girls, Achilles Last Stand, Helter Skelter, and Crossroads. There's your playlist!