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What Do You Listen To While Playing TDU?

Discussion in 'TDU1 - General' started by azmetz88, May 4, 2007.

  1. azmetz88 New Member

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    The variety of radio stations got me thinking, what does everyone typically listen to while cruising around? I like to have Sirius Satellite Radio going with Octane cranking the Hard Rock. Nothing like some Metallica or Rob Zombie while cruising around in the Vette.
     
  2. Rollin in an STi

    Rollin in an STi Subie Owner

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    your choices are mine dude! :D Great tastes in music! Metallica, Zombie, Godsmack, Static-X, Tool, Nickelback & most stuff played on Octane (except Evans Blue & Avenged Sevenfold) FTW
     
  3. azmetz88

    azmetz88 New Member

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    Awesome! You gotta give the new Evan's Blue song "The Pursuit" credit though. And other than that, I think I have cd's for all the bands you listed. Considering some Tool for the night now lol.
     
  4. Rollin in an STi

    Rollin in an STi Subie Owner

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    i have every Tool, Disturbed, Static-X, Linkin Park cd, the last two SOAD, Metallica's S&M album & the Blackest Album (industrial tribute), and some others, but going to go into a huge list right now. But even when they first started playing Evan Blue's first single, 'Cold (but im still here)', i didnt care for it, nor do i care for the new one. Not HARD enough for my taste, ya kno. :)

    if i had the money to get a Stiletto 10/100, i'd be listening to Octane/Hard Attack @ the gym instead of my MP3 player (i know one of the stiletto's has space to load mp3's.)
    How long have you had Sirius? i bough mine November '05. didnt wanna miss one show of Howard Stern's
     
  5. azmetz88

    azmetz88 New Member

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    I originally had XM, but their rock playlists absolutely suck. So I switched to Sirius (actually also in November 05 I think lol) after hearing it on Dish Network. I have never regretted that change. I have it in the house with Dish and in my Jeep with the Sporster Replay. And I still dont trust those Stiletto things yet. I had a MyFi and it would not pick up a signal when not attached to an external antenna like it promised. I still have it around here somewhere. Cool gadget with lots of potential, but it just didnt work.
     
  6. Rollin in an STi

    Rollin in an STi Subie Owner

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    yeah. i first bought the Sportster Replay W/ car kit & the boombox(so i can listen @ work)
    Then i got tired of bringing the reciever to and from my car everyday, so i bought a second reciever, the Sportster 4. Its awesome. on the '4', Howard's channels are listed under a different channel listing ('Howard') And since i have the sportster Replay in the boombox @ work, while Howard is on, im using a pair of Sony 900Mhz wireless headphones, so i can listen to the show, w/o bothering anybody. and the signal for the headphones are good for 150ft. if i know im going to go past the reach of the headphone transmitter, i pause my radio. :) (i love that feature)
     
  7. azmetz88

    azmetz88 New Member

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    The wireless headphones idea is pretty cool. Do you ever listen to Faction? I've found that is a fun one for during TDU also (even the few rap songs lol).
     
  8. Janos

    Janos Miura Addicted

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    It depends. I made 2 custom radios.

    The first one is for cruisin, and since I often cruise with my Miura or the Ferrari 288 GTO, this radio has mostly 80's songs from Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Duran Duran, Oingo Boingo, Madness, A-ha, Alphaville and so on, the only exception are a couple of tracks by Jamiroquai.

    The second one is for racing, so it's entirely nu-metalish with Static-X, Disturbed, Drowning Pool etc.
     
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  9. mclaren8080

    mclaren8080 New Member

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    i put my ipod on shuffle. with means im listening to metal, rock, techno or a little rap.

    the music on the game sucks
     
  10. CarboyZR1

    CarboyZR1 Asian

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    The Engine and Sometimes some Oldies (50s-70s) Including The Beach Boys, Beatles etc.
     
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  11. MattyDienhoff

    MattyDienhoff New Member

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    Almost anything here

    Sometimes I just turn the radio off in game, though, and listen to the sounds.
     
  12. The Queen

    The Queen <3 Ferrari F50

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    Well...it really depends but if i'm in the mood for trance or techno i will listen to it. Some other times i like some chillout music or some rock or even some pop :D
     
  13. DOUBLE STEALTH

    DOUBLE STEALTH $tealthed

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    Mostly rock, Lostprophets, My Chemical Roamnce, driving anthems...
     
  14. Sensei

    Sensei ~PurePwnage~

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    Usually I listen to some Ska-punk music... Less Than Jake and Paramore are my faves for driving right now.
     
  15. immers

    immers New Member

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    I usually listen to some old punk, Stiff Little Fingers, Early Ramones, The Clash and last night I busted out the sonic youth
     
  16. Rabbottt

    Rabbottt How's my backside look?

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    I usually listen to my wife telling me to get off the game.
     
  17. AL1C3

    AL1C3 LOVE FURY ENERGY PASSION

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    My favorite playlist consists of the following. This is just a short list to give you an idea of how diverse it is. The actual playlist is hours and hours long.

    Golden Earring, Radar Love
    Great Big Sea, Ordinary Day
    Hermes House Band, Country Roads
    Kazzer, Pedal to the Metal
    Kingsmen, Louie Louie
    Queen, I Want to Break Free, Khashoggi's Ship, Sweet Lady
    Will.I.Am., It Don't Mean Nothin'
    AC/DC, You Shook Me All Night Long, Highway to Hell, Back in Black
    Allman Brothers, Jessica
    Baltimora, Tarzan Boy
    BuckCherry, Crazy Bitch
    Cascada, Ready for Love
    Murray Head, One Night in Bangkok
    Cowboy Mouth, Easy
    Deadly Avenger, We Took Pelham
    Dexy's Midnight Runners, Come On Eileen
    Electrasy, Cosmic Castaway
    Eminem vs. AC/DC, My Name Is
    Bliss, Not Quite Paradise
    Gorillaz, Dare, 19-2000 Lovechild Remix
    HIM, Lose You Tonight
    Hoobastank, Inside of You
    The Darkness, I Believe in a Thing Called Love
    The B52s, Love Shack

    lol, got tired of typing.
     
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  18. Speed

    Speed Can You Feel It?

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    This is the playlist I listen to:
     

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  19. Pherelas

    Pherelas I'm Going Slightly mad

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    Anything really, don't listen to driving songs really. Its mostly Pink Floyd, Genesis, Yes, Dream Theater. Prog rock and soft metal.
     

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