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What do you listen to in your garage?

Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by 41 C28, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. 41 C28
    Joined: Dec 17, 2005
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    Just came in from my garage and an evening of working on my Dodge and I was wondering what you guys and gals listen to while working on you projects. I like to have the TV on the Turner Classic Movie channel , you can see a lot of neat cars in those old movies. At night I like to have the police scanner on just for fun. In the daytime it's classic rock. The rest of the time I'm talking to myself.
     
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  3. DrJ
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    kkjz.org/

    Actually, I listen to the on-air version at 88.1 FM
    local LB broadcast
     
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  4. lowsquire
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    Hard , dark , dubstep.
     
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  5. Mostly my own cursing.
     
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  6. Royalshifter
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  7. Lucky Strike
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    Hank Williams, Johny Cash, Beat Farmers, Miles Davis, Chet Baker, The Derailers, my compresser
     
  8. flatheadpete
    Joined: Oct 29, 2003
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    from Burton, MI

    Mig, drill press, grinders, hammers, ratchets, various air tools, compressor, stereo, tv, dvds, cds, the normal stuff. My favorite is the song of open pipes.
     
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  9. Kellie4108
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    Hot Rod Hucksters, Brawlers, Johnny Cash etc... then when Dad is around it is the 70'S, music then as he gets to drinking we are back to Hot Rod Music again.
     
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  10. OoltewahSpeedShop
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    Mostly Octane 48 or Liquid Metal 42 on Sirius-XM radio. If we get fed up with that we just turn on the CD changer, put it on random and let it rip. There's 350+ CD's in there so it's like having your own radio station without all the bullshit. But of coarse when it's baseball season...You'll hear the Braves playing in this garage every night!:D GO BRAVES!!!

    In the Fall, it all Orange around here... Go Big Orange!!! Tennessee Volunteers Football!
     
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  11. classicfins
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    Usually my Johnny Cash CDs. Or the classic country station. I can't pick up our classic rock station in the shop.... yet. LOL
     
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  12. 5window
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    Nascar races,PennState and Steelers and some country on the radio (can you tell it's mostly weekend afternoons?), don't have a CD player so it's mostly old cassette rock tapes. That's out in the "Auto Shed". In my general and wood shop, it's only rock and roll,but I like it.
     
  13. turdytoo
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    XM Radio channels 05 & 13.
     
  14. JDHolmes
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    from Spring TX

    No cable = no tv or it would be sounding in the background.

    Radio on either country station or rock station (have two radios, one with each). I'm looking (though not very hard) for a stereo and some speakers so I can play CD's and boom it throughout the shop.
     
  15. SaltCityCustoms
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    usually just a couple of different radio stations but if I'm popping in a cd then it would be Type o negative, poisonblack or some other hard rock band.
     
  16. steel rebel
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    a friend gave me a c.d. of the best of Bob Seger. I've played it over and again for months now and haven't gotten tired of it yet.
     
  17. rock and roll / oldies
     
  18. 56Sedan
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    Usually the local rock station, but when the reception fades out, I'll play various CD's. Pantera, Slayer, Tool, Mudvayne, etc etc etc
     
  19. R.C.
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    from Waco Texas

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  20. Chaz
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    Do Wop compilation CD's
     
  21. Gotta have tunes in the garage, Old rock and texas music is where it stays....
     
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  22. 1950ChevySuburban
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    The neighbor's dog.:mad:

    Other than that, XM 12, 41,48 or some Motorhead Cds I keep out there, along with Mike Ness' solo stuff.
     
  23. Gerg
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    Korn, Disturbed, Dick Dale pretty much anything
     
  24. ryno
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    old skate punk.agent orange, minute men, black flag,bad brains, etc..
     
  25. KATFISH
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    Radio :92.5

    CD's : Fred Eaglesmith, Cam Penner, James McMurtry
     
  26. Mike Wagoner
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    I have a subscription to Sirius Satellite Radio and they have a channel for really old stuff with lots of old hot rod songs like Chuck Berry. One thing I also did was take plain old speaker cable from Radio Shack and ran from my computer through my attic and how to speakers in my garage. That way I can listen to old rock stations from my computer.
     
  27. Goldchainer$$$
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    from L.A.

    Howard Stern, Bubby The Love Sponge, Punk . Sirius satellite radio Rules.
     
  28. cwatson1953
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    i like up beat, fast stuff,...makes me move more...i love some Metal and Hardcore!
    3 inches of blood, Himsa, Slayer, Terror, Blood for Blood...

    and throw some punk (new and old) in there...
    The Misfits, The Unseen, Rancid...
     
  29. Ebbsspeed
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    National Public Radio
     
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