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Posted by Valentin B on 16.07.2008 at 17:47
yes, another ".... songs" thread

i don't have a car or a driver's license, but what type of music do you regularly put on when you're driving? if i had a car, i'd put these songs on a cd somewhere handy to play them whenever i go driving for more than half an hour:

Metallica- Jump in the Fire(that riff is perfect for cruising speed)
Judas Priest- Hot Rockin'(good just before you did your share of working out and want to go somewhere where you can scream and shout lol)
Judas Priest- Devil's Child, Eat Me Alive, Freewheel Burning, Nostradamus(fast tempo, great to sing-along, especially EAT)
Iron Maiden- The Clansman(also a great rythm, great to sing along)
3 Inches of Blood- Destroy The Orcs, Goatriders Horde
Slayer- Dissident Agressor(groovy, more in-your-face than the original)
Rainbow- Kill the King(such a fast and pumping rhythm)
Rammstein- Feuer Frei
Sodom- Ausgebombt(such a fun and fast track)
Manowar- Warriors of the World United, Battle Hymn, Hail and Kill(assuming you're at a stop light during the first verse lol)
Black Sabbath- Children of the Grave, Heaven and Hell(the fast bit is perfect for driving on an open highway)
Bon Jovi- You Give Love a Bad Name, Living on a Prayer, It's My Life(all have such great riffs and sing-along value)
AC/DC- Highway to Hell, Thunderstruck(no need to explain lol)

and of course, the BEST DRIVING SONG EVER...

KISS- Detroit Rock City



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Metálico

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From: Spain

  03.03.2011 at 08:42
Usually in my car i listen the latest cds of metal that i buy, and always with very high volume! truly a pleasure.

If you have a decent car audio equipment this is the best place to listen your metal, before i had a custom audio equipment (an "Alpine" with "Macrom" speakers) in my old Seat Toledo three years ago, now i listen metal on this (also is a good audio equipment):



The last cd that i listened on it was: Deliverance - Weapons Of Our Warfare
neros1x

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From: USA

  03.03.2011 at 09:18
Slayer's South of Heaven, the whole album. I actually got high listening to it the other day in the car - and no I wasn't on anything.
Pétur

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  03.03.2011 at 23:31
Lot's of Ministry songs are great songs for in the car, the only downside is that you want to ride 200 km per hour on a normal busy street down town...
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wormdrink414

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  04.03.2011 at 00:14
The faster the better. My elderly Volvo wagon wants to go fast. 0-60 in 73.8 seconds. Many of the bands I listen to at home I listen to while driving (if I have the CD).

Bands that I like at home that don't make good driving music: Wolves In The Throne Room, Burzum, Mozart (any classical or baroque tunes, for that matter), Moonsorrow, and Immolation.

Bands that I play almost exclusively while driving: Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy, Five Horse Johnson, and Belphegor.
Valentin B
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  26.01.2013 at 08:58
From my Sweden Rock Festival 2013 playlist:
-Bullet - Rolling Home, great classic AC/DC like song with an unexpected piano bit and general badass head-nodding attitude
-Status Quo - Red Sky, I never thought SQ could be this fast and heavy. Also great lyrics to overtake people in "I had a red sky behind me, I had the bad guys on my trail", James Bond shit right there

I also remember "cruising" on a minibus some years ago with Jump in The Fire in my headphones, it made my top 5 feelings ever at that point haha.
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  03.02.2013 at 20:23
Drone. Drone is driving music. Especially if you're on a long straight highway in the middle of nowhere.
BoxCar Willy
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  03.02.2013 at 21:15
Written by Alex Fenger on 03.02.2013 at 20:23

Drone. Drone is driving music. Especially if you're on a long straight highway in the middle of nowhere.

This how people fall asleep and die.

Hair metal is the ultimate driving music. Nothing make syou go faster than Round 'N Round.
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Lemon

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  03.02.2013 at 21:22
Written by BoxCar Willy on 03.02.2013 at 21:15

This how people fall asleep and die.

That was kind of the point
Lit.
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  03.02.2013 at 21:30
Written by BoxCar Willy on 03.02.2013 at 21:15

Hair metal is the ultimate driving music. Nothing make syou go faster than Round 'N Round.

Nitro.

That is all.
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Mr. Doctor
Skandino

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  04.02.2013 at 15:14
Written by Alex Fenger on 03.02.2013 at 20:23
Drone. Drone is driving music. Especially if you're on a long straight highway in the middle of nowhere.
Written by BoxCar Willy on 03.02.2013 at 21:15
This how people fall asleep and die. Hair metal is the ultimate driving music. Nothing make syou go faster than Round 'N Round.

I agree that Drone isn't the best choice... But fuck hair metal. If you are in a long straight highway, completely alone this is how you do it:
Put your sunglasses on, get in your roofless car, blast the shit out of this and ride LIKE A BOSS:




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Jtbmetal123

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  04.02.2013 at 17:10
Black Sabbath is great to jam out to in the car.
Lit.
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  04.02.2013 at 19:31
Written by Mr. Doctor on 04.02.2013 at 15:14

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Sure, Kyuss is good road music... if you're riding on that road in a rusty, worn-down bus to a penitentiary in Mexico.
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  04.02.2013 at 19:32
Written by Lit. on 04.02.2013 at 19:31

Written by Mr. Doctor on 04.02.2013 at 15:14

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Sure, Kyuss is good road music... if you're riding on that road in a rusty, worn-down bus to a penitentiary in Mexico.


Nah, any long ass road with not too many cars around is good in my book.
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Written by Milena on 31.01.2012 at 00:21
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  04.02.2013 at 19:38
Written by Mr. Doctor on 04.02.2013 at 19:32

Written by Lit. on 04.02.2013 at 19:31

Written by Mr. Doctor on 04.02.2013 at 15:14

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Sure, Kyuss is good road music... if you're riding on that road in a rusty, worn-down bus to a penitentiary in Mexico.


Nah, any long ass road with not too many cars around is good in my book.

True, but for me that means blasting Sammy Hagar instead.
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Iamawalker

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  04.02.2013 at 19:39
If I had a driver's license, I imagine songs like "Hot Wheels" by Axel Rudi Pell or "Speed King" by Deep Purple would be cool rockin' out to, along the highway.
squidrick420

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  18.02.2013 at 06:37
Quote:
This how people fall asleep and die.

Hair metal is the ultimate driving music. Nothing make syou go faster than Round 'N Round.


I think hair metal would make me drive off a bridge just so i could escape it
Sinnercist

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  19.02.2013 at 03:17
I like the doomy or progressive side of metal for driving. Especially for those long drives *nod nod* Who possibly cant appreciate a nighttime drive on a forest bordering road with some good ol' opeth blaring in the background?
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Trve Wombat

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  20.02.2013 at 01:00
Stoner-stuff is great for it.... hmmmm newer Darkthrone also has some great driving tunes (specially The Cult Is Alive). But these two take the cake:

skrog1

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  10.03.2013 at 00:20
Every type of music that I listen to, be it Slayer, The Doors, Frontline Assembly, Bach, or even the radio, is good driving music. It just matters on my mood and how far I'm going.
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BestMetalstormer

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  06.12.2013 at 01:00
Devin Townsend - Canada is very good fitted song for driving, check out the lyrics. Its for road wanderer full scenary horizon.
Azazel

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  06.12.2013 at 13:50
The only thing i don't listen to when i'm driving is doom. So far this week it's been...
Emperor - In the Nightside Ecilpse
Sepultura - Compilation
Old Man's Child -Vermin
Overkill - Under the Influence (:lol: Just realised the name of the album i was listening to while driving)
Deicide -In the Minds of Evil
Marduk - Warschau
Cradle of Filth - Dusk and Her Embrace
Powerwolf - Preachers of the Night


Written by Pétur on 03.03.2011 at 23:31

Lot's of Ministry songs are great songs for in the car, the only downside is that you want to ride 200 km per hour on a normal busy street down town...


Totally agree. Ministry always makes put the foot down.
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