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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by croxxedmember, May 7, 2010.

  1. +1 to most all of the earlier lists. I'll add a few that slipped through the cracks:

    Los Straitjackets - for the surf instrumental crowd

    Deke Dickerson - for the rockabilly crowd

    Psychodevilles - for the psychobilly crowd

    Hotrod Hucksters - for any crowd.
     
  2. belzebub
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  3. synthsis
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    Rare tour, no shit. I told Harley they need to come back to the East Coast more often. Scariest band in the world but cool guys to drink with. Psycho-Charger who opened up were pretty awesome too.
     
  4. 1941ihkb5
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    Captain Beefheart
     
  5. PossumJR.
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    The best hot rod building motivation music i think is a mix of oldies with some rockabilly for example: Deadbeat Daddies,The dynotones,Hillbilly hellcats,The ventures,The derailers,Aces & Eights,Junior Brown,Dale Watson,The stray cats,The hot rod trio, ill stop there but ive got many many more thats just all good hot rod music.
     
  6. croxxedmember
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    what the hell? i am sorry, i used to listen to that too, but i don't feel like giving my speakers herpies.
     
  7. croxxedmember
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    your not weird forlistening to so many things. it makes you open minded. i have just about every thing. people look at me funny when i listen to the murphys.
     
  8. croxxedmember
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    hell yeah! great selection! can I come to work for you? if you notice, my signature is a line from Have a Cigar on Floyd's Wish You Were Here album. all of it rocks! PS, if i do come to work for you, i do not have much sight left so life and driving with me will be a fun and pants-sh*tting moment.
     
  9. Dave50
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    I stream off Rockabillyradio.net at work and have it wired to play in office and shop people come in and ask what are you listening to they dont like oh well makes my day better:D and its all about me :cool:
     
  10. rcr81
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    Yeah....I wanna work in this garage...:D:D
     
  11. BOWTIE BROWN
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    HOLY CRAP MAN ...gospel
     
  12. Props to the dude that mentioned Unknown Hinson!

    I go anywhere from Hank Sr. all the way to Hank 3 but tend to linger on Social D, Brian Setzer and ass loads of So Cal Punk.
     
  13. aaggie
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    Rush Limbaugh, Glen Beck, Shaun Hannity or Astro baseball game.
     
  14. Kingcrow
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    Tool (no pun intended)
    Clash
    SRV
    Dwight Yoakam
    Buddy Guy
    Pearl Jam
    Skynyrd
    The Who
     
  15. Thats not shop music, its propaganda with a side of hate and ignorance......
    With some crap baseball on top.
     
  16. badgeree
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    Depends what the job is. Bash and crash stuff has to be with a selection of Rockabilly, AC/DC, George Thorogood, Billy Thorpe, Cold Chisel etc. Precision stuff, toned down just slightly witha bit more old vintage Rock & Roll, Bit of country, like Alan Jackson, Dwight Yokoam. But sometimes, just a good AFL Footy game blaring from the radio, or the TV, if the Mighty Saints are playing. Washing down the dust with a few or more beers, seems to dull the music anyway.
     
  17. WhiteZombie
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    from Denton TX

    Silence.......music's original alternative.
     
  18. (BlueOval)
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    from Slo-Cal

    Social D
    Johnny Cash
    Stray Cats
    Danzig
    Misfits
    Pennywise
    Bad Religion
    Slipknot
    Afi
    Dio
    NoFX
    All That Remains
    And I have about 5000 other songs on the iPod but these are the most listened to. I like a little bit of everything it just depends on my mood or the task at hand;)
     
  19. Anthrax!
    Metallica
    80's Rock - Ratt, Kixx, Def Leppard, Scorpions, Motley Crue, GnR, Raven or Modern Rock - All That Remains, Avenged Sevenfold, Trapt, Bullet for My Valentine, Seether, Chevelle, Skillet, Foo Fighters, blah blah...
     
  20. Mr. Sinister
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    being half irish, i love me some celtic music. dubliners, pogues, etc. i like the paddy punk stuff too like flogging molly, the tossers, the real mckenzies, dropkicks.....
     
  21. Swede64
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    The Cramps
    Amazing Royal Crowns
    Flat Duo Jets
    Charley Horse
    The Nomads
    Various surf bands
    Motorhead
    The Rev
    The Zodiacs
    Hi Winders
    Beasts Of Bourbon
    Dubrovniks
    Junior Brown
     
  22. MEDDLER1
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    Sinatra,motorhead,fumanchu,portishead,willie nelson in no particular order thats just some of the top stuff for the time.
     
  23. Truckedup
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    Yeah,I'm 62 years old and listen to Social Distortion.
     
  24. howco
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    Techno seems to motivate me............
    I will pass on the ecstasy part though......
     
  25. croxxedmember
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    sorry, but agreed. those guys never did nothing for me.
     
  26. banditomerc
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    spanish rock! and some AC/DC!With a pinch of Stevie Ray Vaughn!
     
  27. Dustmite Dragster
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    Rage Against The Machine
    Larry pierce
    Itis
    System of a Down
    Then Some, SRV
     
  28. indyjps
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    in my current garage stack
    Cake - lots of it
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
    Cars
    6 blues compilations
    John Lee Hooker double set
    Canned Heat double
    Ozzy - Randy Rhodes
    Beatles - Revolver / Rubber Soul
    Toots and Maytals - raggae
    Wilco - all of it
    Drive By Truckers

    Seem to reach for these over and over
     
  29. 29hotrod55kustom
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    buck owens, the ventures, the misfits, george jones, hank williams, patsy cline, wayne hancock, iron maiden, the everly brothers, johnny burnette, bikinni kill, bozzcock's, the decendents, the dwarves, the distillers, lars fredriksen & the bastards, minor threat, social distortion, supersuckers, throw rag, conway twitty (the old old shit), dave & deke combo, marty robbins, pep torres, catch 22, mad caddies, sublime, the trashmen, dick dale, link wray, talking heads, fumanchu, motorhead, and to wrap it up.... various mariachi bands and some oldies once in a while......
     

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