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Road tripping to LALA Land tomorrow, what is your favorite new album.

I listen primiarily to rock, Creed, Filter, but listen to a lot of different stuff Yanni rocks, listen to Kid Rock to Jackie Velasquez, Give me some ideas so I can hit Tower on my way out of town.
 

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The new Offspring album is pretty good. I would also recommend the Ramons anthology, also Alice in Chains "Best of the Box". Other classic rock albums I would recommendd if you don't have them already are Back in Black by AC/DC, Master of Puppets by Metallica and Parnoid by Black Sabbath, if you are into heavy stuff.
 

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U2 - All That You Can't Leave Behind
Lenny Kravitz - Greatest Hits
Blink182 - Mark, Tom & Travis Show (good CD for road trips since it will have you busting up every few minutes)

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creed, new blink, new green day, new off spring and new limp bizkit.
 

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Let's see...Metallica, Metallica, Metallica, Megadeth, Pantera, Creed, Drain, Testament, more 'Tallica, and anything else "heavy."
www.metallica.com
 

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Mer De Noms - A Perfect Circle

Crazy awesome album, it hasn't left my 6-disc changer in months.


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metallica can blow me, specifically Lars Ulrich, that whinning pus. Napster all the way!


Originally posted by MikeLS:
Let's see...Metallica, Metallica, Metallica, Megadeth, Pantera, Creed, Drain, Testament, more 'Tallica, and anything else "heavy."
www.metallica.com
 

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Not much new music in the last five to ten years is worth a damn. But, the new Fat Boy Slim is pretty damn good as is the relatively new Moby. Got the U2 and it's getting stale fast but their best since Joshua Tree.
 

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My old standby for roadtrips were two Big Country records. I have them on vinyl :) and tape. Steeltown is one and the other..is damn can't remember--I just listen to it.

One of the best drum/bass duos in rock. This guys just rip on some songs, cracking snare, sweet bass lines (he plays with a pick like Chris Squire from Yes) and searing guitars. Think of a jig with powercords. Kept me awake on 10 hour drives on I5.

Recently I picked up Hole, Celebrity Skin, pretty good rock. I find myself lunging at anything with real musicians these days. I even was made to watch the Dixie Chicks by my wife but learned that those chicks can play. A cute brunette ripping away on a steel guitar has got to be a good thing.

Real heavy metal, Metallica, etc, sorry just don't get it.

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Stoned Immaculate - The Doors music covered by the following bands:

Stone Temple Pilots
Aerosmith
Smashmouth
Creed
Bo Diddley
John Lee Hooker
The Cult
Oleander
Perry Ferrel and Exene
and a couple of others.

A great album for any Doors lover!!!

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[This message has been edited by jiggafett (edited November 21, 2000).]
 
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