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    What cd is in your car stereo right now?

    Right now I have a mix cd I made.
    1. Round and Round- Ratt
    2. Motley Crue-Too Young to fall in love
    3. Guns n roses-Rocket queen
    4. Ozzy- Diary of a madman
    5. Queensryche-Queen of the reich
    6. Motely Crue-livewire
    7. Ratt-Lay it down
    8. Judas Priest- Screaming for vengence
    9. Def Leppard- Rock of Age
    10. Scorpions- Big city nights
    11.Motley crue-looks that kill
    12.Ratt-Youre in love
    13. Dokken-Breaking the chains
    14.Ozzy-Bark at the moon
    15.Guns n roses-Night train
    16.Steel Dragon- Livin the life
    17.Loudness- Crazy Nights
    18.Van Halen-Somebody get me a doctor
    19.Motley Crue- Red Hot
    20.Ratt- Lookin for love

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    Freddy Fender's Greatest Hits.

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    black crowes: 3 snakes and one charm

    but i only use the c.d. player when i don;t have the Ipod with me

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    Ipods Rule

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    I have a cassette player in my car which is loaded with mix tapes of the 80s & 90s... CLASSY! Mostly in the car I listen to the radio - RRR 102.7 www.rrr.org.au SOLID. I dont want to sound too uncool, I do have an ipod!

    On high rotation though is LCD Soundsystem, Midlake, MSTRKRFT, Modular leave them all behind Vol 1 @ 2, & Midnight Juggernauts.

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    i think it is a Julia Sweeny(It's Pat) standup she is so funny.

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    LA Guns -- Hollywood Vampires

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    Smashing Pumpkins: Rotten Apples
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    [SIZE=-1]Califonication[/SIZE] - Red Hot Chilli Peppers

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    George Jones Greatest Hits

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    If I had a CD player in my car it would probably have some MIX CD I put together.


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    Mix CD too:

    "Passive" -- A Perfect Circle
    "Sober" -- Tool
    "Self Esteem" -- Offspring
    "Lithium" -- Nirvana
    "Zero" -- Smashing Pumpkins
    "Outshined" -- Soundgarden
    "Cemetery Gates" -- Pantera
    "It's Been Awhile" -- Staind
    "Would?" -- Alice in Chains
    "Heart-Shaped Box" -- Nirvana
    "Disarm" -- Smashing Pumpkins
    "No Rain" -- Blind Melon
    "Once in a Lifetime" -- Talking Heads
    "Them Bones" -- Alice in Chains
    "Like a Song" -- U2

    I'm forgetting some .. but after all, the dang thing is in the car, just like ya asked Don't often post from there ..
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    One I made -- Marty Stuart(Hey Baby, Love and Luck, Now That's Country), 3 versions of Mama Tried(Merle Haggard, Randy Travis, Marty Stuart/John Anderson), Randy Travis' version of King of the Road, Pictures by Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow, Only God Knows Why by Kid Rock, Down at the Twist and Shout and He Thinks He'll Keep Her by Mary Chapin Carpenter, Long Time Gone and Top of the World by Dixie Chicks, Past the Point of Rescue and Mama Knows the Highway by Hal Ketchum, Delia's Gone by Johnny Cash, and Long Black Train by Josh Turner.

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    american idiot by green day.

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    I too have a CD mix that I burned for myself. Some rather eclectic choices here:

    American Pie--Don Maclean
    Kodachrome--Paul Simon
    Late In The Evening--Paul Simon
    It Don't Come Easy--Ringo Starr
    Photograph--Ringo Starr
    You're Sixteen--Ringo Starr
    Woke Up This Morning (Sopranos)--A3
    Jungle Love--Steve Miller Band
    I Wish--Stevie Wonder
    Low Rider--War
    Brace for this one...............Xanadu--O. Newton-John
    Fun Fun Fun--Beach Boys
    Will it go Round in Circles--Billy Preston
    Turn to Stone--ELO
    Roll Over Beethoven--ELO
    Thank God I'm a Country Boy--John Denver
    Dream a Little Dream of Me--Mamas and Papas
    Smooth Criminal--Michael "it was just a gesture of love" Jackson

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    Gwen Stefani mix.



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    THe one I was listening to coming into work was:

    Robin Trower-Live

    I have a couple of "Frank Sinatra" CD's in the car and a couple of "The Who" CD's in the car as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MbalmR View Post
    Thank God I'm a Country Boy--John Denver
    Good tune.. you may enjoy this parody of it (if you haven't heard it already)


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    i don't get out much but i thought i'd throw in whats in the cd player in my kitchen that i listen to every day:

    buddy holly~ the singles 2 discs
    loretta lynn~ gold 2 discs
    nirvana~ unplugged from new york
    whille nelson~ greatest hits and some that will be


    strange mix of stuff huh?
    loretta & kurt in the same box? who'd a thunk it? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddyhollylover View Post
    i don't get out much but i thought i'd throw in whats in the cd player in my kitchen that i listen to every day:

    buddy holly~ the singles 2 discs
    loretta lynn~ gold 2 discs
    nirvana~ unplugged from new york
    whille nelson~ greatest hits and some that will be


    strange mix of stuff huh?
    loretta & kurt in the same box? who'd a thunk it? lol
    RAVE ON!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jason8478 View Post
    Good tune.. you may enjoy this parody of it (if you haven't heard it already)
    LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JefeStone View Post
    Right now I have a mix cd I made.
    1. Round and Round- Ratt
    2. Motley Crue-Too Young to fall in love
    3. Guns n roses-Rocket queen
    4. Ozzy- Diary of a madman
    5. Queensryche-Queen of the reich
    6. Motely Crue-livewire
    7. Ratt-Lay it down
    8. Judas Priest- Screaming for vengence
    9. Def Leppard- Rock of Age
    10. Scorpions- Big city nights
    11.Motley crue-looks that kill
    12.Ratt-Youre in love
    13. Dokken-Breaking the chains
    14.Ozzy-Bark at the moon
    15.Guns n roses-Night train
    16.Steel Dragon- Livin the life
    17.Loudness- Crazy Nights
    18.Van Halen-Somebody get me a doctor
    19.Motley Crue- Red Hot
    20.Ratt- Lookin for love
    I think I love you!!!!!!
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    I have in my car stereo:

    A Rat Pack Christmas
    Master of Puppets
    Ride the Lightning
    Classical Memories (various classical artists)
    Mix tape of '80's metal
    Led Zeppelin II

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    I have a cd that really disappointed me after listening to it. Most of you hate him anyways. Kid Rock's "Rock n Roll Jesus". He's trying to be to much like Bob Segar in it. He blew his load with "Bawitdaba" and never has made anything since to speak of except for the duet with Sheryl Crow, "Picture".

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNpuck View Post
    I have in my car stereo:

    A Rat Pack Christmas
    Master of Puppets
    Ride the Lightning
    Classical Memories (various classical artists)
    Mix tape of '80's metal
    Led Zeppelin II
    I have heard that the Rat Pack christmas is actually very good, one of the better X-mas ones. True?????

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    The CDs I play in my car are all compilation disc that I have burned with way too many artist to list.
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    Tegan And Sara - The Con

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bashterd View Post
    I have heard that the Rat Pack christmas is actually very good, one of the better X-mas ones. True?????
    Very true. I love it.

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    I have "A Death Hag Christmas" going on in my head right now.

    "The Twelve Deaths of Christmas"
    "Oh come let us explore him"
    "Jolly Old Scott Michaels"
    "Let It Die"
    "Oh Come All Ye Chock-Full"
    "Deaths we have heard on high"
    "Oh little town of wherever they died"
    ... and much much more!!

    <Order now while supplies last!!!>
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    Bach's organ fugues! AWSOME!!! I hope I spelled fugues right. No spellcheck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lulubaines View Post
    Bach's organ fugues! AWSOME!!! I hope I spelled fugues right. No spellcheck.

    As it turns out, I mispelled AWESOME.

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    Here's a few of the CDs in my changer right now..

    1. Willie Nelson - Best of: Rare tracks (1960's stuff)
    2. Kitty Wells - Country Music Hall of Fame series (best of)
    3. Patti Austin - The Essential
    4. Roxy Music - Best of
    5. The Best of Muddy Waters
    Last edited by Aries65; 12-07-2007 at 05:33 PM.

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    Stella Parton

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    In my car CD changer right now

    Clay Walker
    The Beatles
    The Judds
    Buck Owens

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    The Hannibal Soundtrack is amazing.

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    The Devil Wears Prada (book on CD).

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    Serj Tankian - Elect The Dead

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    The pretenders
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    Quote Originally Posted by biguncfan View Post
    I have a cd that really disappointed me after listening to it. Most of you hate him anyways. Kid Rock's "Rock n Roll Jesus". He's trying to be to much like Bob Segar in it. He blew his load with "Bawitdaba" and never has made anything since to speak of except for the duet with Sheryl Crow, "Picture".
    Aww, I'm sorry to hear that. I like Kid Rock, especially "Picture" and "Only God Knows Why". I haven't heard anything off the new album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poizenvixenx View Post
    Serj Tankian - Elect The Dead
    l think l love you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnegan View Post
    l think l love you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathyf View Post
    i think it is a Julia Sweeny(It's Pat) standup she is so funny.

    LOL, I love "Pat!" I have a girlfriend who does a killer impersonation of "Pat," and she literally has me falling down laughing everytime she does it. She sounds exactly like her.... errrr... him... errr... her.... LOL!

    In my car CD player right now I have Tom Petty's Last DJ CD.

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    Brian Setzer Orchestra, "The Dirty Boogie."

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    the motion picture soundtrack to "the rose" i love it.
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    Had to go out in the cold to check (Burrrrr!)

    Queen - Greatest Hits
    Joe Cocker - One Night of Sin
    Luther Vandross - Dance With My Father
    Etta James - Heart of A Woman
    Neil Young - Harvest Moon

    My 24 year old daughter is a DJ. She does weddings & private parties.etc.. so lucky me, I have access to tons of CDs.

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    The right reverend Billy C Wirtz and the Polyester Prophets our lady of the White Go-Go Boot shrine of the Rasslin' Jesus achky-breaky love tabernacle from sunny Chromosome North Carolina. He's a great piano
    player and comic. Check him out at reverendbilly.com

    Also The Red Elvises

    New Grass Revival

    And a Zappa CD that skips on a few titles

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    The Killers-Sawdust
    I love it. Haven't stopped listening to it since I bought it about a month ago.

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    ok, here's a laugh for all of you:

    Donny Osmond (seriously!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bake View Post
    ok, here's a laugh for all of you:

    Donny Osmond (seriously!!)
    you should have lied.

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    Keep the laughter to a minimum. Neil Diamond.

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