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Old 13th July 2008, 12:34   #721
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always driving with my lord of trance Dj Tiesto .
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You guys should check out the album - "Top Gear Seriously Cool Driving Music 2CD".

It's available on Amazon right now, and has some pretty good songs (including some of my favourite songs).
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Old 16th July 2008, 14:44   #723
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always driving with my lord of trance Dj Tiesto .
nbr, if you deify Tiesto, you must try Freq (e.g. his songs like "carbon based life forms") and Armin Van Buuren.

If you dig them, I'll lead you on to some other trance acts I like.

Enjoy!
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Old 17th July 2008, 00:24   #724
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The list goes on but here are few of my favourites

Pink Floyd - Coming Back To Life, Proper education, Another Brick in the Wall, Comfortably Numb
Bryan Adams - Summer Of 69, (I Wanna Be) Your Underwear, 18 Til I Die, Everything I Do
Led Zeppelin - Stairway to heaven, Babe I'm gonna leave you
Guns N' Roses - November Rain
MLTR - Paint My Love, Breaking The Rules, Someday
Bob Sinclair - World Hold On
MJ - Bille Jean

Nice Tamil songs By Illayaraja (classic melodies), ARR, Harris J

It all depends on my mood
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Old 19th July 2008, 11:33   #725
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My personal Favourites are:

1)
Ek Woh Bhi Diwali thi, Ek yeah bhi Diwali hai : singer is Mukesh.

2)
Chal Akela, Chal Akela, Chal Akela, Tera Mela Piche choota, Raahi Chal Akela : singer is Mukesh.
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Old 21st July 2008, 14:10   #726
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My favorites are old hindi songs, especially the ones by Mohammed Rafi

- kabhi na Kabhi koi na koi to ayega
- kiss kisko pyar karoon
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good thread indeed....

my top 5 fav english songs while riding/driving

1. Thunderstruck - ACDC
2. Highway to Hell - ACDC
3. Road House Blues - Doors
4. Free Bird - Lynerd Schynerd
5. Smoke on the water - Deep Purple

Hindi Songs

1. Dil Chahta Hai
2. Aasman ke paar shayad - Rockford
3. Yuhi Chala chal Rahi - Swades
4. Tanha Dil Tanha safar - Shaan
5. Mayeri

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hey some of the trance nos also gives you a good spirit while drivin to name some which i listen are paulvandyk, skazi and yahel
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Any song that carries Samba music or Cha-cha music
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Latest : Jaane tu mera kya hai - Jane tu ya jane na.

Before that:

Kahin to hogi woh - JTYJN

Befoe that :

Gup Chup (fast as well as slow)- 123

Before that:

Zara sa - Jannat

Keeps changing every few days but i like to hear the song in repeat for several time in one go.

All time favorite: (English)

Estranged, NR : Guns and Roses
Crying, Amezing : Aerosmith
Bed of roses - Bon Jovi
Everybody hurts : REM
Zombie : Cr
These are days : 10000 Meniaks
Crying: Roy Orbison and KD lang
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Lil Wayne - Lollipop...
the bass of the song kicks..
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I've found one lately:
This love, sung by Sarah Brightman.
Something great to start a long drive with.

Same with Rebecca Pidgeon. Especially the Harlem.

Mahwash, who is famous for their Persian ghazals and classicals are special find this month. Their music can actually relax you down so much that you will be very happy to see people rushing with their vehicles while you completetly enjoy the drive comfortably giving them way.
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nbr, if you deify Tiesto, you must try Freq (e.g. his songs like "carbon based life forms") and Armin Van Buuren.

If you dig them, I'll lead you on to some other trance acts I like.
Not tried Freq But have a lot of Armin Van Buuren Tracks.

Try this : The Prodigy - Smack My... ( Hyt Remix )

Afroman - Crazy Rap...

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I have seen my choice of music greatly vary by mood, time of day, working day or holiday, spirited vs relaxed drive etc. etc. Butttttttttttttttttttttttt of late, it has started varying by the car too! Last night, I went for a drive in the rains with Dad. There was something special…something classic about the drive in an old-school machine, a drenched Mumbai, great conversation and generous supply of bhajiya’s + coffee.

Some greats from the 60’s & 70’s churned out of the iPod. Songs that we particularly enjoyed:

Lucky lips
Stay (Just a li’l bit longer)
Sherry
California dreamin’
There goes my everything
Oh Carol
Don’t be cruel
Strangers in the night
You are so beautiful
Do you love me?
Corrina Corrina
Sittin' in the balcony
Born to be wild
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GTO, That's some great songs you've listed.
I would keep a copy of them wherever I go.
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