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    What Tunes do you Jam to?

    This seams to be the right place to melt the ice, we can all use some of that after all this election anxiety. Hall & Oates are my favorite group to relax to.
    https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=...TGvIXijDHaq7cr
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    Well, I grew up in the 60's and 70's and there's just no leaving behind some of the classic rock for me. These days it's more of the metal or alternative. Metallica never gets old and Linkin Park is fine too. If it weren't for CDs, Satellite TV, or online streaming.....I'd be without. We just live so far out, there's no FM radio signal. I seldom 'jam' anymore anyway.
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    Anything Clutch. Elephant Riders is a classic. Their self titled album is good i often listen to the track Escape from the Prison Planet. They called it before alex jones coined the phrase.

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    little bit of everything, Glen Miller to Beastie Boyz

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    Mostly metal, classic rock, some classical. Not a country or a rap fan. I do like Johnny Cash though.
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    For me jamming Is either working or workout... Demonhunter, Project 86, Linkin Park, a little 5 Finger Death Punch when the mood strikes.

    My tastes are all over the map. If im reading, studying, or just wasting time.... classical, especially Chopin, and Vivaldi, David Crowder Band, silly stuff like Weird Al, or going onto youtube and looking up old Dr. Demento stuff.

    I dont know if any of you guys are Student of the Gun podcast listeners but eber since they started using Funny Farm for one of their segments it brought me back to some of those classics... not because im that old, a friend got me into him in high school.
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    Back in the 60s and 70s it was Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Zepplin. Then it was Blues rock like Rory Gallagher and fast guitar jazz like Al Dimeola and other guitar players. Now days its Right wing political Talk radio, no more silly music, serious adult issues only........
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    Mostly death metal/death core

    rings of saturn, oceano, shadow of intent. to name a few. i also like black metal

    in all honesty though, i listen to everything
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    All kinds of stuff. Old industrial rock lately for driving, vaporwave and noise for concentrating while working. On rotation the last few weeks:

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    What Tunes do you Jam to?

    Chicago/ Steely Dan/Boston/Earth Wind&Fire/ most anything late 60s70s 80s but do tend to have odd moments where rage against the machine/slipknot/ and such trigger the beast in me lol )



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