Thread: What type of music gets you through the day

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    What music gets you thorough a day you just feel bored or want to blow off steam, mine is pink floyd, Metallica, and ozzy osbourne.
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    It usually depends on what I'm in mood for.
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    mainly 80s
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    Back in Black by AC/DC.
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    Country and relaxation tunes! To me that's perfect for those types of days.
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    some new stuff from billboard charts but sometimes i go for some love songs
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    The beatles, they were a nice band that composed some very interesting songs back in the 60s.
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    anything hard and or upbeat.
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    Alternative rock.
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    I have a few:
    Metallica
    Iron Maiden
    Alice Cooper
    Motley Crue
    AcDc
    Zepplin
    Dethklok
    Disturbed
    Drowning Pool
    Beetles
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    The Who, I've been listening to those guys since 1989, they're like an old friend at this point

    AC/DC

    The Ramones

    Alice Cooper

    The Stooges

    Black Sabbath

    The Doors

    lots of other stuff. I take my cd walkman or mp3 player with me pretty much everywhere, and try and put on a vinyl album or two at least every two days or so at home.
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    Metal, rock, and classical music.
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    Folk, indy stuff. I don't like a lot of the mainstream stuff now days.
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    lately, my daughter's baby rock lullaby tunes. she rules my world so i let her pick the music.
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    Quote by high_jacd
    lately, my daughter's baby rock lullaby tunes. she rules my world so i let her pick the music.


    Anything that calms the little terd down. She really digs Radiohead and Led.... at least the lullaby versions anyway. I can honestly say that most of the lullaby versions of Radiohead are better than the originals. No girly whispy voices.
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    Lional Richie - You are my destiny

    Blues Traveller - Hook

    Lemon Jelly - All the ducks

    Anything that remind me of skiing in france!
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    My MP3 player is loaded for work. I have a mix of punk, metal, rap, broadway, soft rock, pop, etc. A little mix of everything to get me through my route on a daily basis.
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    Quote by high_jacd
    lately, my daughter's baby rock lullaby tunes. she rules my world so i let her pick the music.


    Heh, "baby rock"...I'll have to check that cd out.

    For me it's usually fast stuff like YACÖPSAE or Utter butter Bastard. I dig the classical station or sometimes just straight MPR.
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    metal, metal, metal and punk.
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    I've seen an AC/DC for babies cd, I bet that would be good for a laugh. The Nutley Brass have a cd of Ramones songs in elevator muzak/ children's music style I heard a bit of, it was really funny.
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