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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 08-10-2004, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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Good summertime blasting music

I'm realizing that Linkin Park on repeat constantly is getting old. What else can I blast
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LOL I do the same thing ^_^.


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Good summertime blasting music

Listen to some classic rock

AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Hendrix, etc. Or if you are cruisin' the beach do it Bob Marley style.

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Good summertime blasting music

I haven't been listening to that type of music lately but there is always Korn, Saliva or for more intense music Arch Enemy, Slipknot..

For the last 3 months straight I have only been listening to techno, trance, etc...Not sure if your in to that kind of thing though

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Good summertime blasting music

the problem with techno and especially trance is that it tends to have too many quiet parts to be good blasting music.
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Good summertime blasting music

TOOL - any album
Spineshank - "Strictly Diesel", "Height of Calousness"
Metallica - "Master of Puppets", "...And Justice for All"
Pygmy Love Circus - "The Power of Beef"

These are just a few that I enjoy.....

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IMA ROBOT - the song "dynamite"


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Blasting music hmm. Well Ive been blasting Korn, The Killers, and 311 lately

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Good summertime blasting music

mmmm...pop punk such as...

bowling for soup
american hi-fi
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lucky boys confusion

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