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Discussion in 'Trip Planning' started by ToothDocJay, Jun 19, 2018.
Guilty pleasure? Don’t stop believing-Journey
I know, I’m sorry.
Anything by "Here Come the Mummies" Feel good, great beats, put a smile on my face music. All I heard was guilty pleasure..........
If this music don't move you, you're DEAD!
For my own part, while I don't listen to music in the helmet on most trips, I do a lot of singing to myself in the helmet and two of my most-sung artists are Kesha Rose (formerly Ke$ha) and Carly Rae Jepsen
Guilty Pleasure all genres, especially classical rock.
Guilty pleasure? I’m a Deadhead. And there’s nothing quite as satisfying after playing the corporate BS song and dance than blowing off a weekend catching Dead and Co someplace. Like last weekend in Cancun for example
I have been known to listen to the Star Wars soundtrack to ad a degree of excitement to the ride. I know that’s dorky.
Recently this has become one of my favorite songs to listen to while riding. The tune is often in my head while riding if my iPod is turned off.
But I tell my friends that Slayer is what I listen to while riding. Love the band, but not while riding.
Marshall Tucker - Heard it in a love song...
Saw them at Skynyrd's final performance in jacksonville.
Great traveling song from back when music involved real talent.
Showing my age but so sick of the current falsetto singing mixed in a lab using Autotune from today's so called "male" singers.
Mine used to be across the board from Mozart to Steely Dan to George Strait. Now I just want quiet.
First time I take a look to something different from the Orange Crush and found very interesting topics, like this. Seems like metal head riding people is not very common to find now (90s and 2000s death metal and that stuff). But honestly I change to different music styles, specially when riding on highways, like tropical music, 60s and 70s ballads, tango, etc.
Early ZZ Top, I like to start with Rio Grande Mud. Song of note, Ride my Chevrolet: “the best of moto cruisin’s just a joy to get there.”