One song that I listened to recently on the way back to Mobile was 'Stay the Same' by Bonobo. Bonobo is an electronica artist that once upon a time used to primarily be involved with chill remixes of other songs, but in the last few years has been releasing original albums. 'Stay the Same' makes me think of how I feel whenever I return to my small hometown of Opp, AL, and some of the different people I was affiliated with. One in particular.
But as for a random playlist of songs I might listen to now while driving aimlessly,
That Song - Big Wreck
Bed - Moby
Fear of Corners - Dntel
Digging Your Scene - Ivy
Above the Clouds - Little People
Fate or Faith - Ror-Shak
Grapevine Fires - Death Cab for Cutie
Styles That Fade Away - Prefuse 73
I'll Fly With You (L'amour Toujours Mix) - Gigi d'Agostino
Giggling Again for No Reason - Alanis Morissette
Destiny - Zero 7
Here is No Why - The Smashing Pumpkins
Bluebird of Happiness - Mojave 3
It's impossible for me to just pick one. Off the top of my head:
Everclear - Fire Maple Song
Bush - Little Things
Tim McGraw - Seventeen ; Everywhere
Kenny Chesney - Back Where I Come From ; Young
Van Halen - Right Now
Offspring - Self Esteem
Rush - Tom Sawyer
Duran Duran - Ordinary World
Boredom is the desire for desires.
I hate just about everything on the radio nowadays
1994 yj stretched, locked and loaded - 6.0l vortec lq4, 4l60e, np231, Dana 44s 37" interco trxus m/t, 3.5" bds front leafs, double triangulated 4 link rear on xj front coils.
1997 ZJ limited - BONE stock
2003 tj - 4in skyjacker, 33" mickey thompsons
my on board alternator/welder write up
my tj 1/2 doors on a yj write up
RC vs BDS
I think Walsh had a song about picking up dog **** or something.
First time I heard Casey Jones was on the radio. I lol'd at first. Hard not to when the opening lyrics are "Drivin' that train; high on cocaine."
Funk #49 is good.
The one about dog **** is Ordinary Average Guy. "And every Saturday we work in the yard; pick up the dog doo; hope that it's hard.
The James Bond Theme from Dr. No by the John Berry Orchestra is always good for when you're quietly driving around in a sneaky fashion in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the night. Now if only the Jeep had radar and missiles and all those other cool Bond car gadgets. Wouldn't have to worry about hitting deer any more; just blow them up.
The Jeep is a manly device. And a womanly device. An American device. It’s a fitting instrument to transport the free people of a free nation with the respect to which we are entitled and the dignity that we deserve. Okay, we’re a little crazy to have a Jeep for a daily driver. But if we go off our meds, we might wind up in a Prius
Go to Heaven for the climate, go to Hell for the company.