Music in your car?

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Post by THUGZ » 18 Mar 2006, 10:02 am

Better than to buy some of the bass tube is to make a mini home theater system.One of ma friend is having a jimmy sierra.In it he fitted around a couple of small speakers at the back and also two small subwoofers with a kenwood player.Believe me the Dolby DTS sound in that ride and the bass was same as that of another car who had all the features like kenwood speakers and JBL bass tube or an earthquake.That car even had powerful amplifiers.We even use to see movies in that jeep as teh sound in it is Dolby DTS. .Now wat u tell abt that :
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Post by Marzx » 15 Apr 2006, 2:03 pm

Drift,

I never let any Blodoms children enter my car ok a lame joke...


Depends on what the situation is

a) Stuck in Traffic good weather --> Loud Beats 1) Rap 2) Metal
b) Stuck in Traffic Boiling weather --> 1) Better shut it down 2) Slow and Light Music
c) Going on Vacation --> Drift has the ******* controls and I always feel like kicking his punk arse
d) Going all by myself --> Hell yea listen to all my favs that start from slow to rock Phill Collins, Elton John, 2pac, Akon, And then list continues to the best all Paki singers!
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Post by general_neo » 02 Jun 2006, 2:50 am

Do u guys consider psychedelic trance as music!!!
Errr !! Wat?? Didnt hear that clear?
No, you dont think so! Alrite!
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Post by Sparky » 02 Jun 2006, 3:23 am

Punk/Metalcore: Most of the time, aggro driving. (stuff like Funeral for a Friend, Atreyu, Deftones and maybe Ill Nino.)
Alternative: When I need some mellow stuff, feel chilled out. (Cold, Tea Party)
Metal:When i'm aggro. (Machine Head, Pantera, Testament)
Industrial: also when i'm aggro. (Stabbing Westward, Filter, NiN)
R&B: when i'm with a chick or just feel the need for some bass
Trip Hop: when i'm with a chick or just feel the need for some bass but more relaxed than R&B (Massive Attack, Portishead, MoS, Thievery Corp.)

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Re: Music in your car?

Post by Ozimandius » 14 Jul 2009, 11:12 am

Attempting to revive this thread, as I find it pretty relevant.

I listen to music that keeps me awake and soothes me when I'm stuck in traffic. Currently, I have the following:

1) An album of assorted alternative rock music
2) Halo 2 Soundtrack
3) Halo 3 Soundtrack
4) Mass Effect Soundtrack
5) The Watchmen Soundtrack
6) Armin Van Buuren - State of Trance 2004 Disc 1
7) Coldplay - Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends
Fast and Furious 4 OST
9) Forza Motorsport 2 OST
10) Vanilla Sky OST

I'll be adding Moby's new album tonight.
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Post by sr20det » 14 Jul 2009, 5:06 pm

Mine's a mix of a lot of artist from the old and new hahaha!

Some of my compilations:

1. Jack Johnson
2. Claire Marlo
3. Paul Weller
4. Eagles

And a lot more...
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Post by Ozimandius » 16 Jul 2009, 8:00 pm

Jack Johnson is soothing, w00t.
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Post by DLock » 28 Aug 2009, 10:42 am

Nu Metal and Modern Rock(From latye 90s into early millenium):
Korn,Papa Roach,Slipknot,Spineshank, Hed (p.e),Deftones (Personal Fav!!)
Cold, Staind, Nickelback, Theory Of a Deadman,Filter,Operator,Godsmack,Static-X,Stone Sour Puddle Of Mudd, 36 Crazyfists etc...
Industrial Rock/Metal:
Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Celldweller, Orgy/Stabbing Westward
Trip Hop:
Massive Attack/Portishead/Zero 7/Thievery Corp.
Ols School Rock:
ACDC/Megadeth (\m/)/Iron Maiden/Guns N Roses/

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Post by Tamu » 28 Aug 2009, 11:41 am

I have been going throung so many genre transitions its annoying..I gotta update my playlist accordingly every other week...

Sometimes its House/Techno/Electro...Other times it could be hip-hop/R&B...on the rare occasion soft rock (when I am super depressed, lol)...and then lately I have been listening to alot of classic hindi songs ...some jazz, some Tony Bennett..like real old classy soothing music...It relaxs my brains and puts me to sleep..lol...

I guess my playlist depends on who I am with, or what my mood is....It's Ramadan now so I am Listening to Quran Recitations.. ..
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Post by sharky » 20 Jan 2010, 7:15 pm

Songs that pump me up while driving:
1) "Voice of S30Z" (song from Wangan Midnight)
2) "Put Yourself In My Place" by Kylie Minogue - it relaxes me when I'm driving from RAK to SHJ on a Friday night
3) Love songs
4) "Selfish"
5) "Ever After"
6) Punk rock songs
7) Trip Hop CD from Sparky
Misc MP3s (including the one Sparky gave me a few years back)
9) Michael Jackson
10) Initial D songs

To sum it up, I listen to all kinds of music.
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Re: Music in your car?

Post by proxious » 28 Jan 2011, 4:14 pm

old classics

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Post by Ozimandius » 28 Jan 2011, 8:45 pm

Like Lata Mangeshkar and Rafi?
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Post by knightridinghood » 15 Dec 2011, 1:07 am

Marzx absolutely agree that music is mood based:
Jay-Z: summer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygfAXbNauGQ +do you wanna ride+
Lenny Kravitz: summer & autum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLKPv36bkS8 +sunflower+
Patrick Hernandez: winter
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UaJAnnipkY +born toB alive+
Massive Attack: winter in a pub glowing with heat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Epgo8ixX6Wo +protection+



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