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    These tend to recur depending on the conditions (climbing, pacy, long, miserable, angry, 'laxed). None of it is new, but could be new to some.

    The Cramps - All Women Are Bad
    Spacemen 3 - Suicide
    The Reverend Horton Heat - 400 Bucks, Baddest of the Bad, Big Red Rocket of Love
    Jawbox - Jackpot Plus
    Sugar - Explode and Make Up
    Husker Du - Dead Set on Destruction
    Pegboy - Strong Reaction
    Flogging Molly - The Devil's Dance Floor
    AC/DC - It's a Long Way to the Top
    Sabbath - Die Young
    Jethro Tull - To Cry You a Song
    Warren Zevon - Play It All Night Long

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    Quote Originally Posted by huskerdont View Post
    These tend to recur depending on the conditions (climbing, pacy, long, miserable, angry, 'laxed). None of it is new, but could be new to some.


    Husker Du - Dead Set on Destruction
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    The Minutemen's Double Nickels On the Dime has a whole bunch of short frenetic songs that are good for hammering.

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    If you want to pretend like you're the teenage version of me hanging out in dank St. Louis venues, I recommend the following records:

    The Urge - Receiving the Gift of Flavor (Rock with a slight funk edge)
    NIL8 - Doug (Some good Springfield, IL Punk Rock)
    MU330 - Chumps on Parade (3rd Wave Ska Punk)
    Fragile Porcelain Mice - All This Baggage and Frostbidding (Post hardcore)

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    Judd, I know you love Double Nickels. It's great, but the only songs that ever come into my head from the Minutemen are History Lesson Pt. II, and The Anchor (from What Makes a Man Start Fires). None of them ever seem to come up during rides, don't know why.

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    Thanks for the inputs so far! I'm always on the lookout for new stuff and these'll be a great start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChampionTier View Post
    Thanks for the inputs so far! I'm always on the lookout for new stuff and these'll be a great start.
    I've also found a lot of stuff that I like from Pandora and Spotify radio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judd View Post
    I've also found a lot of stuff that I like from Pandora and Spotify radio.
    I credit Pandora with introducing me to Best Coast, Budos Band, and the Black Lips among several other bands (that don't start with the letter B).
    I still have it set up for my RI zip code, too, so I get to hear about all the great deals that Dunkin Donuts is having up there.

    Listened to NIL8's Heatmeister, btw -- pretty catchy stuff.

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    Lagwagon's Mr Coffee: I had my old Aiwa stereo set to play that song every morning when I woke up.
    Gave X Japan a listen -- very good!

    Thanks!

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    I find pandora or spotify's classic rock radio to be pretty good. CCR, Queen, and others. Keeps me amused on my ride to/from work, especially on bad weather days when I need extra motivation.

    I've also blasted Taylor Swift from my speaker on night rides when I'm all alone on the trail, but I'm guessing that's less your thing

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    At least someone mentions bands I've *heard of*, thanks Emm !

    Might have to get a speaker -when I'm alone on the trail at night I want to sneak stealthily by but maybe the way to handle it is blasting Taylor Swift!

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