What are you listening to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJon10125 View Post
    Those are two different questions. I am being forced to listen to some jerk bumping some crap in his little "racecar". I prefer Pink Floyd, and most classic rock. If it is a party I need something faster to dance too.
    Don't you just hate that? A couple weeks ago I was at a stoplight and a thug in a car one lane over and three car lengths behind me was playing his music so loud it was physically painful to my ears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJon10125 View Post
    I am so sorry!
    What is wrong with that song? I am into some reggae too. Not every gun owner is into country music or classic rock. And I am not into country music.

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    I am also down with old school rap. Not into new rap at all. And I played this as I was pumping iron.

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    lunch break, been reloading with a 6 pack of cd's....lee michaels, king crimson, greatful dead-dillon stadium '76, cream, blind faith & eddie brickell
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    Originally Posted by BigJon10125 Those are two different questions. I am being forced to listen to some jerk bumping some crap in his little "racecar". I prefer Pink Floyd, and most classic rock. If it is a party I need something faster to dance too.
    Quote Originally Posted by paaiyan View Post
    Don't you just hate that? A couple weeks ago I was at a stoplight and a thug in a car one lane over and three car lengths behind me was playing his music so loud it was physically painful to my ears.
    When I'm listening to soul-crushing metal in my vehicle, I'll always turn the volume down a bit when in traffic at stoplights & stop signs. What I really don't like is a bass-heavy tune on a ridiculously powerful subwoofer - it's supposed to enhance the music, not take it (& the entire neighborhood) over!
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    TheShadow, I like your choices, "old school" though they may seem these days.

    My current tunes: a bit of cool piano/sax from Houston Person and Bill Charlap. Ahhhh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArkhmAsylm View Post
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    The intro is a spoken word excerpt of mixed expletives, and the music itself is immensely heavy.

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    Tell me it got better after the 23 seconds of cat puking I heard.

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    "The Rose"

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    One of my favs. It's a song about a blind man's sorrow that is so well done that it makes you glad to hear it.

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    Another fav. I was dating a girl named Gina Wall when this song came out. It was a great song....later she dumped me. The song is still great.

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    Mixing it Up

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    Quote Originally Posted by atctimmy View Post
    Another fav. I was dating a girl named Gina Wall when this song came out. It was a great song....later she dumped me. The song is still great.
    someone ought to start a (happened to me) heartbreak song thread

    her name was Debra :(

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    Presently listening to the "voices in my head". More and more they are making a lot of sense......
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