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11/17/2015 4:56 PM

What's your favorite song at the moment? Genre of music? Battle Scars- Lupe Fiasco fave song right now. hate jazz and slow music!

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11/17/2015 7:16 PM

i'm wide open to most anything that comes up but i default to classic rock for some reason. i've never collected music or had an ipod. i just listen to the radio or pandora or what my friends suggest.

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11/17/2015 9:13 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/23/2015 10:11 AM

Currently I've been binging on a couple of bud's bands... so I have two songs.

First one is Jacob Turnbloom. I met him years back when I worked at a record store, since then he's become a close friend and he's always been a rad musician. He played guitar for &index=4&list=PLD011FC12921C5A41">Failure, one of my favorite bands from the 90's when they reunited in the 2000's and now he's the lead for a local band called ">Mrs. Magician. This is his solo stuff though, which I'm stoked to say I was a part of helping make the video and I'm in it. And no, I don't smoke cigarettes, even though I did for this video:



Second is Wavves, who is fronted by an old friend of mine. Stoked on his success.
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I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.

11/17/2015 10:13 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/17/2015 10:14 PM

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I get pumped to get pitted by blasting Carl Sagan's Cosmos into the atmosphere
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11/17/2015 10:21 PM

Colin McCarthy wrote: ">


I get pumped to get pitted by blasting Carl Sagan's Cosmos into the atmosphere

Wow... no words. Hands down winner of mtb song to ride to! Gosh you're such a troll!

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11/17/2015 10:27 PM

FredLikesTrikes wrote:

Currently I've been binging on a couple of bud's bands... so I have two songs.

First one is Jacob Turnbloom. I met him years back when I worked at a record store, since then he's become a close friend and he's always been a rad musician. He played guitar for &index=4&list=PLD011FC12921C5A41">Failure, one of my favorite bands from the 90's when they reunited in the 2000's and now he's the lead for a local band called ">Mrs. Magician. This is his solo stuff though, which I'm stoked to say I was a part of helping make the video and I'm in it. And no, I don't smoke cigarettes, even though I did for this video:



Second is Wavves, who is fronted by an old friend of mine. Stoked on his success.
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Lol at the main dude! Feel bad for him, must've been hard. Were you the one with the hairy chest? Jk. You were the one with the beard and smoking in the beginning? That's pretty cool.

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11/17/2015 10:32 PM

sspomer wrote:

i'm wide open to most anything that comes up but i default to classic rock for some reason. i've never collected music or had an ipod. i just listen to the radio or pandora or what my friends suggest.

I had that phase when I liked rock... stopped listening to it because it was too risky. If my parents caught me listening to it, i would be dead! IPods are greeaat, mines currently being repaired, so I'm using a stupid samsung galaxy(sucks and hard to use). Can't wait to get my iPod.

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11/17/2015 10:46 PM

Great job guys, now he thinks smoking and beards are cool. That's why I suggested Cosmos, not Flipper or GG Allin. His parents are going to take away the internets if you keep poisoning his ears with the devil music.

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11/18/2015 7:05 AM

Colin McCarthy wrote:

Great job guys, now he thinks smoking and beards are cool. That's why I suggested Cosmos, not Flipper or GG Allin. His parents are going to take away the internets if you keep poisoning his ears with the devil music.

I was referring that he was part of the video, not smoking as "cool." Beards ARE actually pretty cool sometimes.

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11/18/2015 7:34 AM

Someday you'll grow up and realize that jazz is awesome.

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11/18/2015 7:56 AM

visser62 wrote:

Someday you'll grow up and realize that jazz is awesome.

Maybe when i grow old...

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11/18/2015 8:59 AM

I might be the only one but I listen to electronic music.

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11/18/2015 10:29 AM

Colin McCarthy wrote:

Great job guys, now he thinks smoking and beards are cool. That's why I suggested Cosmos, not Flipper or GG Allin. His parents are going to take away the internets if you keep poisoning his ears with the devil music.

yeah but fred really does listen to that stuff! i've experienced it in person.

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11/18/2015 3:49 PM

Colin McCarthy wrote:

Great job guys, now he thinks smoking and beards are cool. That's why I suggested Cosmos, not Flipper or GG Allin. His parents are going to take away the internets if you keep poisoning his ears with the devil music.

sspomer wrote:

yeah but fred really does listen to that stuff! i've experienced it in person.

I just saw Flipper two-weeks ago...

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I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.

11/18/2015 5:05 PM

When I want to rage and go hard I listen to stuff like this:



Any other time it's stuff like this:



Both are fun to ride to for different reasons. Anything fun is what I'm mostly after, but occasionally I get the Die Antwoord rolling and I huck stuff.
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11/20/2015 2:50 PM

Fredlikestrikes, have you heard of First Wave Hello? That was Jacob Turnbloom's band in San Diego. They were the touring band behind Ken Andrews when he released a recent solo ablum. He also produced their first album. (Probably a result of the Failure connection.)
Speaking of Failure, I am loving their new album, The Heart is a Monster. Good stuff.
With regard to San Diego Bands, I love NoKnife and Reeve Oliver too.
I've been a huge Rush fan since the mid 1980s.
I love classical and romantic era symphonic music too, but I have to be in the right mood.

I guess I love all music that requires thought, precision and talent to play.

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11/20/2015 4:33 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/21/2015 4:47 PM

Panda-Bear wrote:

When I want to rage and go hard I listen to stuff like this:



Any other time it's stuff like this:



Both are fun to ride to for different reasons. Anything fun is what I'm mostly after, but occasionally I get the Die Antwoord rolling and I huck stuff.

Nice ones Panda. I'm a Die Antwoord fan, but I hadn't heard that track yet. And I'm digging the Letters too. I play around with a uke as well.

I've posted this before...

He's a former trials rider that I used to know in my balancing and big upping days.

Also, I've been digging The Wind and the Wave lately...


Also these...





Historically, I started with David Bowie, went to other classic rock like the Stones, Beatles, Doors, Zeppelin, etc. Then a lot of new wave and punk through Jr. High. Then I went through a huge reggae faze. Then I went to the eclectic mix above.

I should add, and now have, that by "Punk." I meant mostly X. John Doe has some good solo stuff, this one gives me chills every time.


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11/23/2015 10:10 AM

Falcon wrote:

Fredlikestrikes, have you heard of First Wave Hello? That was Jacob Turnbloom's band in San Diego. They were the touring band behind Ken Andrews when he released a recent solo ablum. He also produced their first album. (Probably a result of the Failure connection.)
Speaking of Failure, I am loving their new album, The Heart is a Monster. Good stuff.
With regard to San Diego Bands, I love NoKnife and Reeve Oliver too.
I've been a huge Rush fan since the mid 1980s.
I love classical and romantic era symphonic music too, but I have to be in the right mood.

I guess I love all music that requires thought, precision and talent to play.

Yes! Rad. I'm gonna show Jacob this thread, he'd prob be stoked someone brought up First Wave Hello.

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I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.

11/23/2015 11:44 AM

Ffdp, slipknot, swedish metal, anything that is indie pop and swedish reagge. Just about anything that isn't elektronic shimmieshammy music

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11/23/2015 12:38 PM

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11/23/2015 1:45 PM

I just don't understand Die Antwood. For some reason they were at an EDM festival I attended this summer and I thought my ears were gonna bleed, and at least half if not more than half of the crowd left to go to a different stage.Then again, people who listen to Die Antwood probably arent huge on EDM either..

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11/23/2015 4:13 PM

Falcon wrote:

Fredlikestrikes, have you heard of First Wave Hello? That was Jacob Turnbloom's band in San Diego. They were the touring band behind Ken Andrews when he released a recent solo ablum. He also produced their first album. (Probably a result of the Failure connection.)
Speaking of Failure, I am loving their new album, The Heart is a Monster. Good stuff.
With regard to San Diego Bands, I love NoKnife and Reeve Oliver too.
I've been a huge Rush fan since the mid 1980s.
I love classical and romantic era symphonic music too, but I have to be in the right mood.

I guess I love all music that requires thought, precision and talent to play.

FredLikesTrikes wrote:

Yes! Rad. I'm gonna show Jacob this thread, he'd prob be stoked someone brought up First Wave Hello.

It's cool that you know him. I went absolutely apeshit when "God Bless, Devil You" came out. I still can't get enough of "Two Propellers." Love that band.

Tell him it's about time for a FWH reunion! (Hey, NoKnife just played at the Casbah a few weeks ago, why not?)

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11/23/2015 4:56 PM

Kidnotorius wrote:

I dig that, thanks.

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11/23/2015 4:59 PM

Mitch63 wrote:

I just don't understand Die Antwood. For some reason they were at an EDM festival I attended this summer and I thought my ears were gonna bleed, and at least half if not more than half of the crowd left to go to a different stage.Then again, people who listen to Die Antwood probably arent huge on EDM either..

Exactly. They're not. I hate typical dance music. But Die Antwoord brings the punk rock/gangster rap element into the game and makes it all worthwhile.

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11/23/2015 5:04 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/23/2015 5:07 PM

I went through a huge Reggae faze from late high school through college and beyond. Of course I started with Bob Marley. Little known fact, Buffalo Soldier was one of the first videos played on MTV. But my favorite Reggae star of all time has got to be Gregory Isaacs. He's soulful, he's versatile, he's the Cool Ruler.

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11/24/2015 6:21 PM

Here's some crazy news. I listened to a lot of Woo Tang during my year in Portland for culinary school.

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/posts/la-et-ms-wu-tang-clan-actually-found-someone-to-pay-millions-for-its-secret-album-20151124-story.html#nt=outfit

I can't wait to hear it.

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11/25/2015 12:48 PM

Kidnotorius wrote:

Big Bird wrote:

I dig that, thanks.

Cool that you liked it!

I found my new favorite song

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11/25/2015 5:42 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/25/2015 5:51 PM

Kidnotorius wrote:

Big Bird wrote:

I dig that, thanks.

Kidnotorius wrote:

Cool that you liked it!

I found my new favorite song

Diggin' that too. You are a man of taste Sir. I'm so out of touch with hip hop. And how bout flat brim Pee Wee Herman with the voice?

I've been listening to the Dirty Heads of late.

I've got to throw a shout out to Trailhead here. First you asked why the Forums were so dead. Then you created this excellent thread. It sounds like you live in a rather strict household. And I hope that we don't get you in trouble for expressing our musical views. Hey folks, all music is good...

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11/25/2015 6:11 PM

Big Bird wrote:

Diggin' that too. You are a man of taste Sir. I'm so out of touch with hip hop. And how bout flat brim Pee Wee Herman with the voice?

I've been listening to the Dirty Heads of late.

I've got to throw a shout out to Trailhead here. First you asked why the Forums were so dead. Then you created this excellent thread. It sounds like you live in a rather strict household. And I hope that we don't get you in trouble for expressing our musical views. Hey folks, all music is good...

What can I say? I create the best threads jk. Of course I won't get in trouble. It's interesting know what other riders like to listen to. I feel like I'm the only one who listens to hip hop. I guess I'm a little different...

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11/27/2015 8:50 AM

Kidnotorius wrote:

Those two were pretty cool.

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