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Old 10-23-2005, 07:48 AM   #1
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My favorite song while driving

Asche Zu Asche by rammstein
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Warmer Körper heißes Kreuz
falsches Urteil kaltes Grab
Auf dem Kreuze lieg ich hier
sie schlagen mir die Nägel ein
das Feür wäscht die Seele rein
und übrig bleibt ein Mundvoll Asche

Asche zu Asche

Ich komm wieder in zehn Tagen
als dein Schatten und werd dich jagen
Heimlich werd ich auferstehen
und du wirst um Gnade flehen
dann knie ich mich in dein Gesicht
und steck den Finger in die Asche

Asche zu Asche
und Staub zu Staub


You almost end up saying Asche ..everytime...
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Old 10-23-2005, 08:32 PM   #2
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Good song. Mine is "Meters" by Heiruspecs.
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That reminds me of Auf Asche by Franz.

My #1 favorite song to listen to while driving has got to be Led Zeppelin's Rock n Roll.
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My #1 favorite song to listen to while driving has got to be Led Zeppelin's Rock n Roll.
Didn't they use that for a car commercial?
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Didn't they use that for a car commercial?
Yeah... Cadillac CTS I think. They sure made a good choice! Tom Petty's Runnin' Down A Dream, Pearl Jam's Rear View Mirror, Deep Purple's Highway Star, Van Halen's Panama and GNR's Mr. Brownstone are my other favorites.
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Old 10-24-2005, 12:43 AM   #6
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"Meters" is really my only rocking driving song. I prefer slower stuff, it's more relaxing. Like Low's cover of Joy Division's "Transmission" or "Home Again" by Shihad. Though "Seven" by Sunny Day Real Estate is great for driving. "Vertigo" works good as well.
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I would say "Thunder Road" or just about every car/road song from Bruce

Highway 61 - Bob Dylan

when in a car...especially on a roadtrip I tune into different kind of music and having traveled more than I would have liked in California the last year and a half I got into springsteen, cash and dylan quite heavily. Theres a certain roughness in their voices that I associate with the bland, empty spaces of the open road as well as scenary. It adds sometime of history or story to something I would otherwise have ignored.
Classic rock - the stones, the doors are also a given.
Unforgettable Fire as well, fits in perfectly with me..it's such a sonic landscape yet maintains a certain mystery.

Though driving at night I rely heavily on Radiohead, pink floyd, miles davis, dj shadow and the smiths
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Unforgettable Fire works for a lot of people, but my best U2 driving album is Joshua Tree. It perfectly fits driving through the prairie at the break of dawn.
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The song Unforgettable Fire while driving at night is just
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i concur
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both joshua tree & rattle hum also work for me,
heartland, god's country, bullet the blue sky, van diemen's land and all the other goodies
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The song Unforgettable Fire while driving at night is just
That's the only album I'd drive to at night.

And I don't even drive!
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Anything from Joshua Tree is my favorite while driving, especially In God's Country while cruising thru the desert -- what a spiritual experience.
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Ray LaMontagne - How Come
makes me feel so......cool.....
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Well this is kind of off topic, but I crashed my first car while in college listening to U2 on the way up to my parent's condo driving up some VERY windy roads...listening to some song off the Melon CD. (from Propaganda) I was so excited it was Friday, I was off work, and there was this slow ass right in front of me, and my dumbass was tailing him. So once he pulled over to let me pass, about 5 minutes later I was in a ditch because I took a corner too fast. Thanks, U2!!
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