Any Dave Matthews or Lynyrd Skynyrd album for long trips, for just going to the movies or clubbing and getting KRUNK, a good mix CD of Ludacris, Pastor Troy, 3-6 Mafia, Project Pat, Baby D, Oomp Camp, and various other rap songs that make your system and bass go NUTS are great fun.
You don't get it boy, this isn't a mudhole... it's an operating table. And I'm the surgeon. Something tells me to stop with the leg. I don't listen to it. But where in the world is there in the world A man so extroardinaire?
I can't really bring the list down to a few songs as I always seem to drive with a cd book of about 72 must-have cds. My favorites are: Korn- Korn Limp Bizkit- Three Dolla Bill Yall$ Biggie- Ready To Die Eminem- All of them Tupac- Me Against The World Sublime- All of them Bad Religion- All of them H2O- All of them with the exception of "Go" Guns N Roses- All of them Dr. Dre- Both Chronics Snoop- Doggystyle Blind Melon- Classic Masters Tribe- All of them ... and just too many more to list, but these are the creme de la creme.
Edit: Totally forgot about Fire It Up (Remix) by Busta Rhymes. It's a Knight Rider remix for those who have no clue what I'm talking about. Came out in 98, and still is one damn good driving song.
(edited by Kidbrooklyn on 6.1.03 0018) Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery. -Malcom X
What about "Ramblin' Man" or "China Grove"??? Hasn't anyone seen Field of Dreams?
If you can find either "In My Head" by Black Flag or "I Against I" by Bad Brains, those are two you can put on random/repeat for a nice long drive...or the (original) Heavy Metal soundtrack...or The Doors Greatest Hits....or "Candy Apple Gray" by Husker Du...or James Brown's Greatest Hits...
"You know Monsoon, I am impressed, and I don't impress easy" -Jesse "The Body" Ventura
John Lee Hooker: Best of 1965-1975 The Blues Brothers: Definitive Collection Soundtrack to "The Crow" The Story of the Clash (two-albums) Or just put it on an oldies station and be-bop-a-loo-bop down the highway.
Originally posted by HrdCoreJoeFlock of Seagulls - I Ran Now I can't believe THAT wasn't mentioned yet. And no, I'm not kidding. Also, any of the various "Best Of" Beach Boys cds floating around out there.
i listen to I Ran (So Far Away) in the car, but i loved new wave...
Never Say Never -- Romeo Void 99 Luftballons -- Nena Some of the Madness's "one-hits" like that one "Our house, in the middile of our street" Dexy any Depche Mode She sells scantuary -- The Cult Obsession -- Animotion
but i like some other stuff too
Oxycetlene -- Cubanate Heaven is Wide -- Garbage
Track 1 of the Ghost in the shell soundtrack Bust a groove 1 soundtrack
Mortal Kombat soundtracks
yes, i have many mix cd's for my long trips
but since Strummer died, The Clash cd's are the only discs in my car right now...
You die...--More-- You made the Top Ten List! No Points 1 43372 Kaka-Bar-Orc-Mal-Cha died in The Dungeons of Doom on level 7 [Max 13], Killed by a troll, while helpless.
"Dragula" Rob Zombie "Orange Crush" R.E.M. "Beuatiful People" Marilyn Manson "Man in the Box" Alice in Chains "I Ran" Flock of Seagulls(listened to it on the way to work this morning!) "Long Way Down" Goo Goo Dolls
"Prsent day writers, especially of the Socilaist school of thought- base their various theories upon one common hypothesis: They divide mankind into two parts. People in general- with the exception of the writer himself- from the first group. The writer, all alone, forms the second and most impportant group. Surely ths is the weirderst and most conceited notion that ever entered a human brain!" - Frederic Bastiat, The Law, 1850
You have to love super fast digital hardcore when you're doing over 75. Especially "Speed" and "Atari Teenage Riot II".
"Black Sunshine" - White Zombie. La Sexorcisto Devil Music is such a great, raw, dirty album. Just try not to go 10-15 mph faster as soon as you hear that bassline and "Gripping the wheel, his knuckles went white with desire. The wheels of his Mustang exploding on the highway like a slug from a .45. True death. Four-hundred horsepower of maximum performance piercing the night. This is Black Sunshine..."
Wild. I basically only remembered "Copacetic" and of course, the highly underrated anthem of Gen-X angst "Mayonnaise and Malaise". But then again, I've always been a malcontent crankcase when it came to my alternative rock.