Help with a Driving CD!

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  1. moleman Cheese!!

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    Ok, I've got a bit bored with the current driving CD I'm using, so I was wondering if you guys could give me some advice on some good songs to put on the new one im making.

    Anything rock/metal/punk etc is appreciated. Preferabely fast and loud :)
     
  2. Mee 2 E's are better than 1

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    Expecting, Black Math, Black Jack Davey, Icky Thump, Hotel Yorba- The White Stripes


    Steady As She Goes, Intimate Secretary, Store Bought Bones- The Raconteurs


    Tomorrow Never Knows, Helter Skelter, All Too Much- The Beatles


    I'm sure Wilhelm will have plenty of Led Zeppelin choices, so I won't go there.

    Back In Black- AC/DC

    Chelsea Dagger, Henrietta, Creepin Up the Backstairs- The Fratellis
     
  3. The Chairman Pimps' Main Prophet

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    The Other Side - Aerosmith
    No Particular Place To Go - Chuck Berry
    Radar Love - Golden Earring
    Paranoid - Black Sabbath
    Crosstown Traffic - Jimi Hendrix
    Thunder Road - Bruce Springsteen
    Go Your Own Way - Fleetwood Mac
    I Can See For Miles - The Who
    Back In The U.S.S.R. - The Beatles
    Trampled Underfoot - Led Zeppelin
    Jumpin' Jack Flash - The Rolling Stones
    Highway Star - Deep Purple
    Runnin' Down A Dream - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
    Authority Song - John Mellencamp
    Panama - Van Halen
    Promised Land - Elvis Presley
    Back On The Chain Gang - The Pretenders
    Fun, Fun, Fun - The Beach Boys
    Bat Out Of Hell - Meat Loaf
     
  4. oakzap425 Registered

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    Polysics: I My Me Mine
    The GazettE: Filth in the Beauty, Rich Excrement, Crucify Sorrow
    Stance Punks; Charol wa Blue, No Boy No Cry
    Sambomaster: Seishun Kyousoukyoku
    Asian Kung-Fu Generation: Damn near everything, but mainly Haruka Kanata
    Beat Cursaders: Everything


    That's all I got.
     
  5. thedeadite Registered

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    Turbonegro - the age of pomparius is a MUST for any driving cd. Actually, alot of Turbonegro songs are great to drive to.
     
  6. Malice BMFH

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    Joe Satriani
     
  7. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run
     
  8. DV8 Band Loser

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    The entire Rage Against the Machine catalog . . . Mars Volta . . . System of a Down . . . . Doggystyle (Snoop) . . .
     
  9. Addendum Registered

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    Any song from the albums Morbid Tales and To Mega Therion by Celtic Frost should satisfy your "fast and loud" requirement, as could Motorhead or High on Fire
     
  10. hippy fascist Registered

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    The vines: Get free (Great for pulling away from traffic lights at speed! :D)
    Helmet: Driving Nowhere
    Sponge: Plowed
    Fu Manchu: Evil eye
    Kyuss: Thumb
    AFI: Days of the phoenix
    Pearl Jam: Rearviewmirror
    Alkaline Trio: Armaggedon
    CKY: Frenetic Amnesiac

    All great for driving :up:
     
  11. hippy fascist Registered

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    Now we're talking! Inertiac ESP FTW! Also...At the drive in: Napoleon solo :cool:
     
  12. MST3K 4ever BRING IT BACK!

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    Thunderstruck: AC-DC
    Hollywodd Nights: Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
    I can't drive 55: Sammy Hagar
    Knockin' at your back door: Deep Purple
    You really got me: Van Halen
    You've got another thing Comin': Judas Priest
     

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