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post #31 of 56
Manilow
Bread
America
Roger Whittaker
Babs
Carpenters
Clancy Brothers
Polka Classics
College fight songs

You know - all the $H!TE Dad tortured us with on road trips in the 70s

(Yeah - I am working out some issues.)
post #32 of 56
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Originally Posted by Racer256 View Post
Manilow
Bread
America
Roger Whittaker
Babs
Carpenters
Clancy Brothers
Polka Classics
College fight songs

You know - all the $H!TE Dad tortured us with on road trips in the 70s
Looks like your dad and mine would get along just fine!
post #33 of 56
I keep mine pretty low so that I can still talk to friends on the lift. I don't think I can get it cranked up enough to hear in the way down though. Usually its nothing but the sound of steel edges on ice and wind.

I might be listening to just about any type of music. On my shuffle I have:
Digital Underground
Refused
Bob Marley
Skindread
Slipknot
Pearl Jam
The Gourds
Billy Joel
Men at Work
Men without Hats
The Bengles
Harry Bellafonte
Matisyahu
Adamski
50 Cent
Lacuna Coil
Geto Boys
Prong
Johnny Cash

On my classic I have about 5500 songs so it would be a very very very long list.
post #34 of 56
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Originally Posted by crgildart View Post
Swap out Sex Pistols for Dead Kennedys and that looks like one of my play lists.
I listen to some of everythying, cept Half Japanese or Hank Jr. Those guys are terrible!
We Sooners think alike.

Boomer Sooner
post #35 of 56
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Originally Posted by Racer256 View Post
Manilow
Bread
America
Roger Whittaker
Babs
Carpenters
Clancy Brothers
Polka Classics
College fight songs

You know - all the $H!TE Dad tortured us with on road trips in the 70s

(Yeah - I am working out some issues.)
Hook it up to external speakers and it will keep the snowboarders with their pants down over their arse off the chairlift with you.
post #36 of 56
I generally kick ipods, not kick it with them. =)
post #37 of 56
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Originally Posted by Racer256 View Post
Manilow
Bread
America
Roger Whittaker
Babs
Carpenters
Clancy Brothers
Polka Classics
College fight songs

You know - all the $H!TE Dad tortured us with on road trips in the 70s

(Yeah - I am working out some issues.)
Sugar Mountain blasts Lite FM out of the speakers at the base lodge. That's the thing I hate about that place even more than the crowds you can get there on a Saturday. I guess it's ironic that they probably play Sugar Mountain on that station occasionally.
post #38 of 56
The best lodge ever would be blaring polka 24/7. $$
post #39 of 56
Dumpy,

Mac's do rock...and if you like Avid especially older systems all you really need is Final Cut Pro.

I-Pod List:
Sound Garden
Velvet Revolver
Ben Harper
Eddie Vedder
Wide Spread Panic
Grateful Dead
Rolling Stones
U2
post #40 of 56
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Originally Posted by lbj832 View Post
Dumpy,

Mac's do rock...and if you like Avid especially older systems all you really need is Final Cut Pro.

I-Pod List:
Sound Garden
Velvet Revolver
Ben Harper
Eddie Vedder
Wide Spread Panic
Grateful Dead

Rolling Stones
U2
Hello my opposite, hows it going??


(I can dig the U2 and Stones though)
post #41 of 56
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Originally Posted by cstreu1026 View Post

I keep mine pretty low so that I can still talk to friends on the lift. I don't think I can get it cranked up enough to hear in the way down though. Usually its nothing but the sound of steel edges on ice and wind.

I might be listening to just about any type of music. On my shuffle I have:
Digital Underground
Refused
Bob Marley
Skindread
Slipknot
Pearl Jam
The Gourds
Billy Joel
Men at Work
Men without Hats
The Bengles
Harry Bellafonte
Matisyahu
Adamski
50 Cent
Lacuna Coil
Geto Boys
Prong
Johnny Cash

On my classic I have about 5500 songs so it would be a very very very long list.


Hey man, I don't listen to an ipod while skiing, but if I did it would be this playlist.  With your taste you should check out these bad boys.  I bet you would really dig all of em.  It's a little more off beat than what your used to, but a couple of your songs tipped me towards these (Bob Marley, Geto Boys (for those of you who don't know this is the sweet group that helped make office space a classic), and Matisyahu).

acid raindrops - people under the stairs
none shall pass - aesop rock
forest whitaker - Brother Ali
Classics (whole album) - Living Legends
Disco Friends - Just Jack
Zoo York - Paul Oakenfold
6 underground - Sneaker Pimps
300 mph - white stripes
what a job - devin the dude
4 am bay bridge music - andre nickatina and equipto
coastin - zion i
soul meets body - death cab for cutie
honest expression - Binary star
organ donor - DJ shadow
san francisco nights - people under the stairs
kick, push - Lupe Fiasco
mastermind - deltron 3030
Jumelles - MC Solaar
 
post #42 of 56
Baba O'Riley on continuous loop.
post #43 of 56
For you hip hop fans out there just found Yelawolf, Candy & Dreams. Any condition, any run, any level -this will add a little extra bounce, volume, and style. Also,

Pharoahe Monch
Deadmau5
Brother Ali
Asher Roth
Arman Van Helden, The Funk Phenomena
The Avalanches
Sweatshop Union
Swollen Members
Pigeonhed
Greyboy
Lauryn Hill, Everything is Everything
Moby, Alice!
Slightly Stupid
Black Sheep
Daft Punk
K7, Come Baby Come

And as I usually answer when this post comes around Danzig, Mother. Oh, and Aldonova, Its Just a Fantasy! So many more too.
post #44 of 56
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Originally Posted by guroo270 View Post





Hey man, I don't listen to an ipod while skiing, but if I did it would be this playlist.  With your taste you should check out these bad boys.  I bet you would really dig all of em.  It's a little more off beat than what your used to, but a couple of your songs tipped me towards these (Bob Marley, Geto Boys (for those of you who don't know this is the sweet group that helped make office space a classic), and Matisyahu).

acid raindrops - people under the stairs
none shall pass - aesop rock
forest whitaker - Brother Ali
Classics (whole album) - Living Legends
Disco Friends - Just Jack
Zoo York - Paul Oakenfold
6 underground - Sneaker Pimps
300 mph - white stripes
what a job - devin the dude
4 am bay bridge music - andre nickatina and equipto
coastin - zion i
soul meets body - death cab for cutie
honest expression - Binary star
organ donor - DJ shadow
san francisco nights - people under the stairs
kick, push - Lupe Fiasco
mastermind - deltron 3030
Jumelles - MC Solaar
 


I've got a few of those.  That whole Sneaker Pimps album is pretty good.  I will have to get on iTunes and check out some of the others.

Funny you mention Lupe Fiasco.  I just heard that song a couple of days ago on Sirius Faction and thought it was something worth adding to the collection.
post #45 of 56
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Originally Posted by cstreu1026 View Post





I've got a few of those.  That whole Sneaker Pimps album is pretty good.  I will have to get on iTunes and check out some of the others.

Funny you mention Lupe Fiasco.  I just heard that song a couple of days ago on Sirius Faction and thought it was something worth adding to the collection.


I found that gem, and a couple of the others on Pandora radio.  Pandora is wonderful.  Absolutely wonderful.  I wish I had a Pandora player instead of an ipod.
post #46 of 56
Fishbone, Dead Kennedys, Zeppelin, Johnny Cash and Hank Sr, Judas Priest, Sabbath, Dio, Deep Purple, Third Day, The Police, The Producers, Rage Agasnt the Machine, Suicidal Tendencies, Dream Theater, Dr Dre, Ice T, Linkin Park, Klark Kent, Rush, The Clash, Jim Carroll Band, Skynyrd, Kansas, The Doors, Los Lobos, Newsboys....etc..etc..


Did I mention I have a three and a half hour drive each way to go skiing?
post #47 of 56
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Originally Posted by crgildart View Post

Fishbone, Dead Kennedys, Zeppelin, Johnny Cash and Hank Sr, Judas Priest, Sabbath, Dio, Deep Purple, Third Day, The Police, The Producers, Rage Agasnt the Machine, Suicidal Tendencies, Dream Theater, Dr Dre, Ice T, Linkin Park, Klark Kent, Rush, The Clash, Jim Carroll Band, Skynyrd, Kansas, The Doors, Los Lobos, Newsboys....etc..etc..


Did I mention I have a three and a half hour drive each way to go skiing?
 

Man, I just got a DVD of Kansas' Topeka, Kansas anniversary concert.   

highly recommended.

As far as your hip hop tendencies, I highly recommend at least checking out what I posted above.  Especially with such a drive.  You've got nothin to lose. 
post #48 of 56
What's an iPod?  Is it something like a Walkman?

post #49 of 56
I've got a whole bunch of indie rock on my iPod (Avalanches, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Yo La Tengo, New Pornographers, The Raveonettes, Magic Numbers, XX) which goes on shuffle and I mostly ignore when I'm skiing. 

However, I've also got a couple of Reggae albums (Bob Marley & Toots and the Maytals) ... Something about that Reggae rhythm sucks me right in ... when Funky Kingston comes up in rotation it puts a smile on my face and I find myself swinging my turns to the beat.
post #50 of 56
Nothing !

new years day at Loveland my grandson and I were sharing a  lift  with some guy who appeared to be in a another world.
about half  way up the mountain I asked my  grandson (sitting in the middle) If he was staying warm.
The guy woke up blurted out "Pardon me I have an I pod" as if he thought I was starting
a conversation with him.
he then slipped back into his self induced coma.
I wonder do some people do this to avoid socializing with strangers ?
Not sure if he even heard my grandson tell me "WHAT A MORON"
post #51 of 56
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Originally Posted by easy rider View Post

Nothing !

new years day at Loveland my grandson and I were sharing a  lift  with some guy who appeared to be in a another world.
about half  way up the mountain I asked my  grandson (sitting in the middle) If he was staying warm.
The guy woke up blurted out "Pardon me I have an I pod" as if he thought I was starting
a conversation with him.
he then slipped back into his self induced coma.
I wonder do some people do this to avoid socializing with strangers ?
Not sure if he even heard my grandson tell me "WHAT A MORON"

weird normally I take my ear phone out when I am people are talking to me that guy sucks!
post #52 of 56
Skiing with music is freaking dangerous. Negative Ghostrider
post #53 of 56
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Originally Posted by easy rider View Post

I wonder do some people do this to avoid socializing with strangers ?
 

Not necessarily- sometimes they're just enjoying the tunes that they put on their Ipod
post #54 of 56
ROCKY MOUNTAIN BULGE

OBITUARY JIMMYJAMES DOE

Well at least he went doing what he loved best.  His friend Chaos was said to have exclaimed, "He mighta' stood a chance, he might have heard that groomer coming if he didn't have that Ipod in his ear, but he loved his music and I guess that's the way he wanted it"..  His friend Jer was overheard to remark, "Dude those groomers reallly chew you up, like he was like burger", but I guess he wanted it it that way?"

post #55 of 56

Just about anything by Alestorm.  Never really liked metal myself, but now cannot imagine not having at least an album's worth scattered in my ski list.

post #56 of 56

Pearl Jam

Live

Green Day

Sex Pistols

Adam Ant

Lenny Kravitz

Guns N' Roses

Joan Jett

Cowboy Mouth

Sweet

Meat Loaf

Marilyn Manson

Rob Zombie

U2

Pink Floyd

Beastie Boys

Limp Bizkit

Rolling Stones

Third Frate

Quiet Riot

Cheap Trick

Saliva

Iron Maiden

The Offspring

The Clash

Ozzy Osborn

Aerosmith

Living Colour

KISS

ELO

Metallica

The Cranberries

Faith no More

Ugly Kid Joe

Queen

KC & the Sunshine Band

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Blue Oyster Cult

The Black Crowes

Jimi Hendrix

Creed

The Ramones

Black Sabbath

House of Pain

No Doubt

Motley Crue

Buck Cherry

Eminem

Clutch

Van Halen

Janis Joplin

The Jim Carroll Band

The Surf Punks

Elvis Costello

Golden Earring

Misfits

Neil Young

Everclear

Bad Company

Foghat

Jefferson Airplane

Pantera

Twisted Sister

4 Non Blondes

 

Hmmm, guess I should have put this in paragraph form.

 

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