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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by menacekustoms, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. FiddyEffie
    Joined: Aug 25, 2009
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    slickblack cadillac from quiet riot is a good one.

    i listen to a lot of metal so some of the old timers wouldn't have heard of them haha (i.e. psycroptic, nile, aborted, cephalic carnage)

    for the most part i just listen to conservative talk radio
     
  2. Hambone64
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    How is GG Allin music to anyone's ears? i had never heard of him until I read this post and then looked him up. What a scumbag weird, no-talent white trash mother fucker that guy was. Eww. But rock on. Not everybody digs on Conway Twitty either.
     
  3. onlychevrolets
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    Sabbath.....is cool but not "working " music
     
  4. Boyd Who
    Joined: Nov 9, 2001
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    LMAO!
    Yeah, Lightfoot is pretty good. Incredible songwriter.
     
  5. Kerry67
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    Some days I am blasting the Stray Cats or other Rockabilly all the way from the original stuff to the modern Psychobilly. Some days it is Hair Metal, Some days it is early Aerosmith, Early KISS, VAN HALEN (Roth era only), could be the Beatles, Johnny Cash.........I am a music junkie. Some days it is a little of everything.
     
  6. BeatnikPirate
    Joined: May 21, 2006
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    George Thorogood, Dick Dale, or Houndog Taylor!
     
  7. LowFat48
    Joined: Aug 28, 2005
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    Mark Knopfler or The Tragically Hip usually work for me
     
  8. samuelj
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    when cruising .... early santana, early metallica, judas priest (ram it down), and for a change of pace, nightwish
     
  9. Old-Soul
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  10. Little Wing
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    Rush ( yes I said that out loud ) Sabbath,,Old Country ( old truck driver stuff ) 60's rock

    Classical Bach,etc

    whatever best suits teh mood
     
  11. Zombie Hot Rod
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    from New York

  12. jez95xj
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    Social D, the Rev, decendents, bad religion, old bar country music, split lip rayfield, ministry, suicidle tendencies, pantera, Helmet, blues, beastie boys. as long as I like it I will listen to it LOUD.... SORRY neighbors
     
  13. Can I say "Rat Pack" here? :eek:

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    Yeah, I think it's a generation thing, what we listen to. ​

    Old 50s&60s pop is something I like, along with classic country - the REAL stuff - Jones, Wagonner, Arnold, Cash, Pride, early Haggard... But also nearly any "before-they-ruined-AmericanR&R-(Beatles)" rock & roll like Berry, Lewis, Little Richard, Dion & the Belmonts etc. And can't leave out some Bluegrass & Western Swing too.
     
  14. Man, I love it! I thought I was the only person with serious musical ADD! I switch it up alot. I go from modern day metal (which my wife hates) to the Dropkick Murrphys, to Johnny Cash, and then to Green Day. I love a lot of these suggestions. I guess it boils down to what you grew up with too in many ways. I took a lot of road trips with my grandparents, so I really dig on big band stuff too. My parent's were really into classic rock, so I love Rush and Tom Petty and Neil Young. And I grew up in the grunge era, so Pear Jam, Nirvana, Soundgarden, STP and the like. I just really don't like poppy bubble gum crap from any era of music. Thanks to everyone for their input! This thread really made me smile today!
     
  15. Just Jones
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    A man with fine tastes - add The Blasters, Hank III, Flogging Molly, Drive By Truckers - I could go on for days.

    Greasy cars need greasy music.
     
  16. bigblockdude402
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    Daggone, am I the only Banjo bangger around here?
     
  17. WhiteZombie
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  18. last g-man
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    Johnny Cash, Tony Bennet, Tragically Hip, Dean Martin, Josh White, Web Wilder, Wayne Hancock, Vaughn Bros, Kingsnakes, Iko Iko, Link Wray, Bessie Smith, Radney Foster, Steely Dan, Alman Bros, Canned Heat, Ray Charles, Iguanas, Count Basie, John Hiatt, Leroi Bros, Brian Eno, John Hammond, Guy Forsyth, Buddy Guy, Mavericks, Robbie Robertson, Lyle Lovett, AC/DC, Elvis Costello, Tull, Lonnie Mack, Elvis [THE], John Lee Hooker, John Mayall, Talking Heads, S.C.O.T.S., Zappa, Robt. Earl Keen Jr., Sinatra, Tito & Tarantula, Squeeze, Asleep at the Wheel, Cracker, Shannon Curfman, Blazers, Charlie Robison, Commander Cody, Charlie Musselwhite, Sue Foley, Joe Ely, Johnny Winter, Blasters, Delbert McClinton, Amos Garrett, Danny Gatton, Dire Straits, Omar and the Howlers, Robt. Gordon, Dion, Junior Brown, Black Crowes...........................................Red Foley at the moment. Hmmmmmm, who'd I forget??


    Ed
     
  19. Larry T
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    When I'm working on detail work (and it seems like 75% of putting a car together is detail work), something slow and easy.
    Right now Blue Jean Blues/ZZ Top is playing.
    But, I don't guess it's all blues, just depends on my mood.
    Larry T
     
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  20. czuch
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    Alice Cooper, Ted, Skynrd, S.C.O.T.S, Ventures, in the box now, on and on and on
     
  21. Then there is always the greatest female vocalist to ever grace this shitty world........


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05vqWQzciQQ


    This performance at Monterey Pop was akin to Dean Moon unleashing the Moonrail on the unsuspecting poms in the 60s. Blew there minds and changed the way things were for ever out side of Frisco.


    Doc.
     
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  22. BeatnikPirate
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    Oh yeah, I forgot about Junior Kimbrough! :cool:
     
  23. bigblockdude402
    Joined: Oct 1, 2009
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    Thanks man, I try. lol
     
  24. for me its stuff like linkin park remixes rob zombie remixes.. metal with some thumpin beats lol :-D
     
  25. gr855
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    I like the oldies 50's 60's and some 70's
     
  26. 66Coronet440
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    Psychobilly, traditional and modern rockabilly, a lot of older punk, stoner rock, a little indie/alt rock, and maybe a little metal or classic rock thrown in usually round out my listening pleasure. Good call on Deadbolt.
     
  27. The Mandrill
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    Good blues for a meticulous project, and real Rock n Roll if were thrashin on a project.
     
  28. X2 :D :D ...and a little SRV or ZZ Top too.
     
  29. greazhonkey
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  30. 66Coronet440
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    Great band!
     

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