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So, I love driving, and have some sweet highways to speed down, in any single direction from my house (takes less than 3 minutes to get to main highway that travels throughout Yukon and Alaska).


I also love loud music, music that reminds me of big trucks, and all that. (I may be a bit of a redneck).

Genre doesn't bother matter, although there are few country songs that I like.

Examples of Songs I like while are:

Sweet Home California - Moonshine Bandits
Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
some AC/DC (Highway to Hell, Touch Too Much, for example)
Any Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Wicked and Weird - Buck 65
Any Deep Purple

So, any have suggestions of music for me to drive to, along those lines?

And also, what do you like to listen to while driving?
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#13
Blues are good for the highway, my suggestions...
Soul Man by The Blues Brothers
Was by The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
Hit The Ground Running by Jonny Lang

I'd also say any Pantera tracks and Enemy In Me by Vains Of Jenna are pretty fun driving songs.

I've got a lot of others that I can't remember right now
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Let's see...

Ramblin' Man - Allman Bros. Band
I've Got You On My Mind - Powderfinger
Readyfuels- Anberlin
Day Tripper - The Beatles
Hold on Loosely - .38 Special
Peace of Mind - Boston
One Way Ticket - The Darkness
Cocaine - Eric Clapton
Layla- Derek and the Dominos
Mr. Brownstone - Guns N' Roses
Life In The Fast Lane - The Eagles
DOA - Foo Fighters
Free Ride - Edgar Winter Group
Slow Ride- Foghat
Smokin' - Boston
I Can See Clearly Now - Johnny Nash (at least...this one works for me here in FL.)
Helter Skelter - The Beatles
Black Dog - Led Zeppelin
D'Yer Mak'er - Led Zeppelin (Good for sunsets.)
Low Rider - War
Immigrant Song - Led Zeppelin
Sharp Dressed Man - ZZ Top
What I Got - Sublime
Panama - Van Halen
No Way Back - Foo Fighters
Have Love Will Travel - The Black Keys
Loser - Beck

You're lacking awesome night-time driving music.

Everlong- Foo Fighters
Dust in the Wind - Kansas
Take it Easy - The Eagles
The General - Dispatch
Turn It Again - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Wish You Were Here - Incubus
Saturday Night Special - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Achilles' Last Stand - Led Zeppelin
The Runaways - Anberlin
Where Are You Going - Dave Matthews Band
Mr. Brightside - The Killers
God Put A Smile On Your Face - Coldplay
Going to California - Led Zeppelin
Over the Hills and Far Away - Led Zeppelin

And no matter what, this MUST be the last song on you driving playlist as it is that epic:
Carry On Wayward Son- Kansas

These all have been hand selected from my driving playlist of 114 songs. Only the best made the cut.
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Anything by Creedence Clearwater Revival

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my favorite driving album is Silver Jews - American Water. check it out, you shan't be disappointed.
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1979 - smashing Pumpkins
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I always put on some SRV, Clapton, Thourogood, Alice in Chains, Rage Against the Machine, or Pearl Jam when I'm driving. Tupac can be fun to listen to while driving also, because people give you weird looks when you pull up to stoplights.
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Eeyore - Slipknot (don't kill me, its a kick ass song, and its my taste, so **** you)
Genetic Blueprint- Fear Factory
Genius - Fear Factory
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Against the Wind -- Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band
Fire on the Mountiain -- The Marshall Tucker Band
Let It Roll -- Little Feat
Call Me the Breeze -- Lynyrd Skynyrd
Statesboro Blues -- The Allman Brothers Band
Green Grass and High Tides -- Outlaws
Ridin' the Storm Out -- REO Speedwagon
Bad Company -- Bad Company
Wild Child -- W.A.S.P.
Hot Blooded -- Foreigner
30 Days In the Hole -- Humble Pie
That Smell -- Lynyrd Skynyrd
The Devil Went Down to Georgia -- The Charlie Daniels Band
Born to Be Wild -- Steppenwolf
Ballad of Easy Rider -- The Byrds
Radar Love -- Golden Earring
All Right Now -- Free
Highway 49 -- George Thorogood
I Can't Drive 55 -- Sammy Hagar
Cat Scratch Fever -- Ted Nugent
Hair of the Dog -- Nazareth
Once Bitten Twice Shy -- Great White
Sign of the Gypsy Queen -- April Wine
Sacred Ground -- Craig Chaquico
Ride the Tiger -- Jefferson Starship
On the Road Again -- Canned Heat
The Weight -- The Band
Rockin' Down the Highway -- T. Johnston
Ride Ride Ride -- Foghat
Highway Lady -- UFO

OK, so I actually just ripped those all from the Harley Davidson road songs CD's. They're all awesome anyway.
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Drive in Drive out - Dave Matthews Band
Mountain Song - Jane's Addiction
Walk With Me in Hell - Lamb of God
Can't Tell me Nothing - Kanye West
Blood and Thunder - Mastodon
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Radar Love - Golden Earring
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A lot of Mountain Goats works pretty well, specifically the older stuff.
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#32
Fat Bottomed Girls-Queen
Sweet Home Alabama-Skynyrd
Carry on My Wayward Son- Kansas
Ska- any kind of ska is good driving music too.
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The only driving song I can think of right now is:
DUI - The Offspring

I'll edit this post later if I think of any more songs.
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Try drinking again by Corey Smith, or F*** the Po Po, that last song title might sound like rap, but it's actually country...
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highway to hell, long way to the top acdc of course, long road to ruin- foo fighters, ridin- buckcherry, one step closer- linkin park, whiplah- metallica in case you get in an accident you have a good story, zzyzx rd.- stone sour

just a few
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Seek and Destroy, by Metallica
Out of Control, by Hoobastank

Interesting fun fact of the day: did you know that listening to rock or other heavy music makes people to drive on average 10% faster than they normally do?
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Bad Habit-Offspring
Actually all Offspring is good for driving.

And Slow Ride by Foghat.
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