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Best Driving music?

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If I'm angry for whatever reason: rock station

chilled: jazz station

currently: pop/top40 with no hiphop station

fast: my CD (mix of hardstyle and techno, predominantly)

 

If I'm angry for whatever reason: rock station

chilled: jazz station

currently: pop/top40 with no hiphop station

fast: my CD (mix of hardstyle and techno, predominantly)

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my ground wire came loose on my deck... so im bumpin the quietness :P

 

 

but when it was working i loved driving to rock / metal ... i loved mudvayne for just cruising around the freeways bored :P

 

edit - in phoenix its easy to cruise the freeways... scottsdale rd and the 101 to the 202 to the 10 to 101 over in the avenues back around to scottsdale (that was for all you phoenix peoples :P) usually took an hour or so ;)

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it goes between happy hardcore, dr. dre, hardstyle, or the gorlliaz when i just want a chill drive

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i just prefer whipping out some linkin park cd's and that's a good and smooth ride for me til my destination comes =]

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i live in la jolla (ucsd) and there's so many nice, open, empty roads late at night near the beach...very nice for cruising listening to:

 

Telepopmusik - Breathe

or the classic ATB - Ecstasy

or some chill Kaskade

...so pretty much, chillout music

 

 

ahh :)

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i live in la jolla (ucsd) and there's so many nice, open, empty roads late at night near the beach...very nice for cruising listening to:

 

Telepopmusik - Breathe

or the classic ATB - Ecstasy

or some chill Kaskade

...so pretty much, chillout music

 

 

ahh :)

 

that's a nice road to cruise on @.@ plus that music is really serene and calming :D

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Lately I've just been listening to a ton of mixes but it varies what I have on me

 

Highways at night: Senses Fail or Yellow Car

Traffic/daily grind: The Aquabats, Anti-Flag

Chill Mode: Blink 182, Trust Company

Aggressive: Casey Jones, Papa Roach

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Going to School: Adult Alternatives

Going to Work: Bad Boy Bill, Scooter, Satellite Bass, Happy Hardcore/House Music...

Stop light to stop light: DJ Split, Trajikk. Electro and Bass Music

Racing: Alpha Twins, DJ Oscillators, Hard Style Music

Joy Ridding: Rap, Hip/Hop, R&B

Wheeling: System of a Down, Rob Zombie, Offspring, Bare(lol yea Pop Opera)

Chilling: Americana, Chicken Dance, Death Metal, whatever is in my CD book or at the party

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I'm going out on a limb for this one..... Classic Rock

 

2 best highway tunes in history

 

Tom Petty - Runnin' down a dream

Golden Earing - Radar Love

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I'm Not Driving Anymore by Rob Dougan

 

and some of the faster songs by Trentemoller

 

 

for driving at night, Beautiful Night by the Burden Brothers

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Alright since I"m seeing more life in this sub forum.

 

I usually listen to anything from trance to rock to orchestrals.

 

Frankly trance is good up to a certain point, but usually stuff with either

 

A) lots of energy, makes me wanna speed

B) Really chill, like when you're just cruising at 50.

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I like to drive and take in the scenery and relax...so I tend to use a lot of VNV Nation. But I've been known to switch it up every now and then :P

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anthing by basshunter and just bout anything that has nice bass!!!!

to me its about the bass!!! :biggrin2:

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On long, caffeinated trips;

- tiesto/UR (Junkie XL Air Guitar Mix)

- Andy Blueman/time to rest (eller van Buuren guitar version)

- Moody Blues/I'm just a singer in a rock n' roll band

- Doors/ LA woman

 

Andains Beautiful Things when I'm on the bus. It fits strangely well.

 

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