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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Silver-Fox, May 18, 2008.
Just wondered really what was your favorite song to drive to?
Danger! High Voltage.
In high traffic... like afternoon commute. 'Starting Over' By crystal method. You practically feel like you are gliding, whizzing and flying by all the cars..... key word being 'feel'
"driving in my car" by Madness ..
When i go on a long trip somewhere I always start the drive with "Running Down a Dream" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Beastie Boys- Intergalatic best driving song
If it's warm, sunny and the windows are down then Dozer's "In The Tail Of A Comet" album can be found in the car stereo.
Navajo Dawn - from the sound track Windtalkers
Battle Without Honor or Humanity, from the Kill Bill sndtrk. It's even better for just walking around.
Also Aha - Take on me and Billy Joel - We didn't start the fire. But they've become singalongs in our car
Occasionally, you can throw in "One Tin Soldier" by Coven
Roots Manuva or Leftöver Crack
I don't know if it was my fav song to drive to but....I remeber hitting 7k rpm's in 6th gear going about 173-175 listening to "I might be wrong by Radiohead" In the desert leaving Vegas heading to L.A.
On a nice sunny day driving to the beach I like to listen to anything from the Kooks.
For a relaxed, open window and into-the-sunset cruise, The Crystal Method's "Over The Line" or Tommy Tallarico's "Dreaming Of Victory" (from the MDK soundtrack) are just perfect.
In the convertible I'd have to go with songs like:
Dark Blue by Jack's Mannequin
The Middle by Jimmy Eat World
Wasted by Cartel
First Time by Lifehouse
Eh, the list could go on and on.
Haha, I could even post my "driving" playlist =P
Nice, bit of Jimmy Eat World
No one like a bit of pendulum=O im shocked they haven't been said already
The opening of their first album and the transition into "Slam" is an awesome soundtrack indeed to start any ride. To quote my own comment on Discogs, it's "music to get speeding tickets for".
Well, this question is a no-brainer for me:
AutoBahn - Kraftwerk, for those long journeys on the motorway
Oh, and Nine inch nails is always welcome =)
well there not the only "speeding ticket" band
Prodigy Im sure is another
That's classic driving music. I'd throw in Lunatic Fringe, Thunderbirds from Thelma and Louise, and Friends or Train of Angels from Satriani. Mebbe Runnin' With the Devil by Van Halen.
...thinking about it, just about any playlist of classic heavier rock - most of them are fairly good to drive to.
It's not quite a Jaguar, so I've heard...
Feeder - Buck Rodgers
"Don't stop me Now" by Queen