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Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Big Dad, Nov 17, 2006.

  1. Big Dad
    Joined: Dec 20, 2005
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    Big Dad
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    Crazy Iowegians
     
  2. Big Dad
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    Big Dad
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    Here is another you will like
    Fred Eaglesmith and the Flying Squirrels

    CD I would reccomend would be "Ralphs Last Show"

    Lyrics are great, alcohol and pills , mighty big car, benchseat baby
    these are all great
     
  3. LUX BLUE
    Joined: May 23, 2005
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    LUX BLUE
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    from AUSTIN,TX

    Ha Ha- Dixie Witch is forbidden here at Crushproof- Curt Christenson works here.

    Jim from Amplified Heat was just here scrubbin on his 350.

    Honky- Pinkus and I are Drinkin buddies of long resolve- like when he was in the band he was in BEFORE Daddy Longhead.

    Chili-good guys- I think we worked on thier van a couple of times.

    Scott Biram's 64 Ranchero is in the big room awaiting restoration.
    (Check out Ghost Writer if you like Scott. another killer 1 man band. It's Steve Schecter from the Standards "new hotness")

    Stevie Tombstone is a good pal. his Girlie is a doll, too.

    alright... lots of eclectic music here at Crushproof...currently in rotation.

    Dixie Witch-Curt's on tour.:D
    Black Sabbath- any shop that builds alot of Muscle cars has this one on rotation.
    The Who's Greatest Hits-FUCK yeah.
    Queens of the Stone Age-songs for the deaf.(time to replace this copy. it's skipalicious)
    and last but not least...The Motor City Madman
    Ted Nugent-Crappy 10 song "best of" album bought at a truck stop.
    it's magically tedilicious.

    for you's guys that like it heavy- reccomendations-
    PLAYERS CLUB- any of them.
    Soulfly-but you already knew that if you liked sepultura
    R.P.G.- goddamn good times music.
    Super Heavy Goat Ass. with a name like that, how can you go wrong?
    Godzilla Motor Company-an accquired taste, but again, killin it.

    Like it creepy like Nick Cave?
    16 Horsepower (kinda like Slim Cessna, but cold.)They broke up, but had like 10 albums.
    ahh hell. I could go on for hours. I love Austin.
     
  4. LUX BLUE
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    LUX BLUE
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    funniest moment in recent shop history- O.S.R. reviewed Dixie Witch.

    Curt was handed a copy, and while thumbing through, a great big
    "what the hell?"

    I should probably mention at some point Curt plays Bass for D.Witch.

    Ha Ha Ha Ha....
     
  5. roosters hot rods
    Joined: Oct 21, 2006
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    roosters hot rods
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    surf............baby..................
     
  6. Swede64
    Joined: Jun 17, 2006
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    Forgot The Legendary Stardust Cowboy.
    Nothing will be the same after listening to Paralysed by him.
     
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  7. Los Straitjackets - (I can remember all the lyrics!)
    Simon and the Bar Sinisters
    Ronnie Dawson
    Danny Gatton
    Lots of obscure '50s doo-wop
     
  8. CHOPSHOP
    Joined: Jun 26, 2005
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    CHOPSHOP
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    from Malden,MA

    usually some cool jazz stuff on the early mornings. Cant get into something loud - puts me on the offensive if I do. Need to be nice to people.
     
  9. junkcad
    Joined: Jun 16, 2006
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    from nashville

    i like to listen to Black Label Society mostly while im destroying things
     
  10. Movinman
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    Engelbert Humperdink. Classic tunes man!


    J/K!

    Motorhead!
     
  11. seymour
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    from PNW

    Avatar.

    Bob Wills is Still the KING!
     
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  12. daveinwestland
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    SuperSuckers and/or Eddie Spaghetti
    The Riptones
    Scott Biram
    Reverend Horton Heat
    The Saltminers (a local band here in detroit) http://www.saltminers.com/
     
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  13. daveinwestland
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    By the way... Fu Manchu is fucking awesome
     
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  14. 28 Ford PU
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    28 Ford PU
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    My son plays lead for the Erotics sleaze, punk, classic rock all rolled into one!!! Played in the UK recently heading for Australia when things open up again.

    Good ole country for me.


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  15. rustydusty
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    "Classic rock" and "doo wop" but sometimes, the band that I play with; "The Third Sunday band" we currently have 5 cd's. I am in the back with the white hat and white beard. 20190915_153443.jpg
     
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  16. I’m not postin anything. Just realized what a sheltered life I’ve lived. Depressing


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  17. downlojoe33
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    HankIII, anything Stevie Ray, Dwight Yoakum, I could go on. But do I need to?
     
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    Scrapbmxrider16

  19. nunattax
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    amyl and the sniffers .
     
  20. Nick32vic
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    Cool thread! When I get a chance I'm gonna look through this more closely and look up the stuff I haven't heard before.

    I have a REALLY eclectic taste for music, so my go-to garage playlist is all of the songs that I have saved on Spotify over the years. My "Liked Songs" playlist has probably a few thousand songs on it and its all stuff I love so I never have to skip a song. Spotify premium rules because there are no ads and this particular playlist is basically like my own self-curated personal radio station.

    I also really enjoy a bunch of different shows on St. Louis' independent station, KDHX. As well as Nashville's indie station WXNA. Both stations have a bunch of really good shows, but two of my favorites are The Greaser's Lunchbox on KDHX and Needles & Pins on WXNA. You can look at their playlists and stream past shows which is cool.

    I also started making a Spotify playlist of car, motorcycle, garage, etc. related songs. I'll try to finish it up. Once I do, I'll share it on here so anybody with Spotify can listen to it.
     
    Last edited: Nov 20, 2020

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