My ski wagon when I was 16 only had a tape deck. I played my Clapton tapes a lot. Certain sides sounded like they were underwater from all the wear. Eventually my Cream of Clapton tape got so worn out from playing Side A at 11 that it broke and spewed tape everywhere. So I called up some vendors and dropped a couple grand on a CD player, some subwoofers, component speakers, a couple amplifiers...turns out when you are 16 all of your income is disposable.
With a CD player and plenty of time to spend playing hooky and going to used record stores across the northeast, I was in biz-ness. There really are a lot of pop songs that only work at 11. Which was now about 130dB...high frequency hearing loss FTW.
Then you've got some of the prog rock:
Best use of airport identifier in rock:
One time I was driving the nonstop CO to CT route and I got all giddy with the sun coming up in St Louis listening to this on repeat...at 11. Weird:
How about some trip-hop? Portishead FTW: