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Old 08-21-2007, 11:49 PM   #31
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ive made three jeepin soundtracks for when im driving one..

they consist of country like johny cash charlie daniels band, to really heavy music like Killswitch engage, as i lay dying, disturbed, and other adrenaline pumping music

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I listen to WTAK, our local classic rock station. Can't beat it.

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Old 08-22-2007, 12:55 AM   #33
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Sadly i listen to the engine of my jeep. No stereo just an empty space that could have one lol. But then i sing to my self so..
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Sadly i listen to the engine of my jeep. No stereo just an empty space that could have one lol. But then i sing to my self so..
Haha, from time to time I cut the radio and just listen to the racket around me. The wind noise, the tires, the damn leak in the exhaust. Its beautiful.
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Old 08-22-2007, 02:05 AM   #35
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Sadly i listen to the engine of my jeep. No stereo just an empty space that could have one lol. But then i sing to my self so..
hell, when my dad got his YJ, he told the dealer he didnt even want the radio in it..lol...said he wasnt even going to be able to hear it anyways. so hes been without a radio in that since late 1986..he does have a CB radio tho
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Haha, from time to time I cut the radio and just listen to the racket around me. The wind noise, the tires, the damn leak in the exhaust. Its beautiful.
When wheelin', nothing but my JEEP! Otherwise, mostly 60's &70's classic rock. Throw in some Country & Western, Big Band, Classical, and just a little New Age. Depends on the weather and the mood. We have a couple of new radio stations, playing "Texas Music", that really really rock, from Jerry Jeff & Waylon, to Johnny Cash, to ZZ Top and Steve Miller, it's a great mix.
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disturbed, chevelle, godsmack, metallica...
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When wheelin', nothing but my JEEP! Otherwise, mostly 60's &70's classic rock. Throw in some Country & Western, Big Band, Classical, and just a little New Age. Depends on the weather and the mood. We have a couple of new radio stations, playing "Texas Music", that really really rock, from Jerry Jeff & Waylon, to Johnny Cash, to ZZ Top and Steve Miller, it's a great mix.
Sounds like the station I listen to here.
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I guess it all depends on the mood since I like all different kinds of music...

A few of my Favs are A.I.C., Staind, Tool, Willie Nelson, Dr. Dre, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jimi Hendrix, Pearl Jam, System of a Down, Calexico, Lucero, RUN DMC, Egypt Central, Led Zepplin, Gary Allen, Edwin McCain, Metallica, Nas, Shinedown, I also dig lots of acoustic rock and unplugged versions of harder rocking songs.
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Man we gots a lot of metal heads, I personally like country Brad paisley, Alison Krauoss, Shenia Twain, and my favourite Gretchen Wilson.....
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Man we gots a lot of metal heads, I personally like country Brad paisley, Alison Krauoss, Shenia Twain, and my favourite Gretchen Wilson.....
I do country some too.
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Old 08-22-2007, 11:21 AM   #43
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Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley ,CCR ,AC/DC , old Green Day.It all depends on what mood im in. I used to be real big into punk you know like really tight pants foot tall mohawk...SO if i feel like listening to that i throw in some US Bombs the casualties.It really just depends on the day.
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I grew up in the hills of Kentucky. So I love country of all forms... My personal favorite is Bluegrass... I can listen to Flatt&Scruggs and BIll Monroe all day. BUt for those who get in my jeep, I take mercy because I know I am alone in liking that music.

So for them I give it modern country. Brad Paisley, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Jake Owen, Billy Currington, and so on.
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top down jammin is zebrahead and relient k. also dig some nickelback, everlast, mxpx, and every once in a while the eagles. eagles are mostly night driving.
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not any new staind, but i did forget rage, they were just in concert here, so BA.
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I grew up in the hills of Kentucky. So I love country of all forms... My personal favorite is Bluegrass... I can listen to Flatt&Scruggs and BIll Monroe all day. BUt for those who get in my jeep, I take mercy because I know I am alone in liking that music.

So for them I give it modern country. Brad Paisley, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Jake Owen, Billy Currington, and so on.
How about Doc Watson, Ralph Stanley, or Old Crow Medicine Show ?
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As I pulled away from the dealership with my new JK, I was listening to of course... "Songs You Know By Heart" Jimmy Buffett... I couldn't not have the first song in my new car not be Margaritaville...
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Zac Brown Band, Pass The Jar Live Album. Great tunes, Very talented band. Its a recording of a benefit that the band put on to rebuild the building were they got their start. All around great music, mix of country and classic rock with hints of regge here and there.

If its not Zach Brown in the CD player its Kenny Chesney or Eric Church. But this summer Zach has domminated my CD player And I suspect they will for some time to come, new album out this fall ...can't wait.
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As I pulled away from the dealership with my new JK, I was listening to of course... "Songs You Know By Heart" Jimmy Buffett... I couldn't not have the first song in my new car not be Margaritaville...
I'm going to see him at Toyota park in IL this Saturday, always an awesome time! 8 hours of tailgating then into the show.
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AC/DC, Aerosmith, Nazareth, Alan Jackson, John Prine
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Billy is fast becoming my favorite singer....where'd he come from??
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Mostly when just driving or cruising, I'll listen to AC/DC or some other classic rock. But when on the trail I like being pumped, so i put on some God Forbid, Shadows Fall, Lamb of God, Chimaira, DevilDriver.. On and on. I love metal.

Classic Slayer hands down is my fav, I love rocking out to Raining Blood!!
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