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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicRock and Pop · 4 months ago

Is this a good road trip playlist? ?

Hi, I am 19 years old and tomorrow the step sister and I are going on a road trip to Lake Tahoe. here is the playlist I have: 

1) Motley Crue Girls Girls Girls 

2) The Cars Lets Go 

3) David Bowie Rebel Rebel 

4) Elton John Crocodile Rock

5) ZZ Top Gimme All Your Lovin'

6) Motley Crue Same Ol Situation

7) Journey Anyway You Want It

8) Ozzy Osbourne Crazy Train

9) Queen Bohemian Rhapsody 

10 Motley Crue Smoking In The Boys Room 

11) Kiss Lick It Up

12) Def Leppard Photograph

13) Queen Crazy Little Thing Called Love 

14) Elton John Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting 

15) The Runaways You Drive Me Wild 

16) Motley Crue Looks That Kill

17) Black Sabbath Iron Man 

18) Boston Rock and Roll Band

19) Grateful Dead Touch of Grey 

20) Doobie Brothers China Grove

21) Rush Spirit of Radio 

22) Lynyrd Skynyrd Gimme Three Steps/ I Ain't The One

23) Rush Red Barchetta 

24) Kiss Detroit Rock City 

25) Lynyrd Skynyrd What's Your Name

26) ZZ Top Tush 

27) Queen Fat Bottomed Girls

28) Van Halen Dance The Night Away

29) AC/DC You Shook Me All Night Long

30) Rush Tom Sawyer.  

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  • 4 months ago
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    Interesting choices. Though I'd ad something like Wild Side to the Crue's list. 

    And if you're out of tracks, you can always include the likes of these to the list. 

    Accept - Midnight Highway, Monster Man

    AC/DC - Big Gun, Shoot To Thrill, 

    Aerosmith - Train Kept A Rollin', Crazy, Livin' On The Edge

    Alice Cooper - Dangerous Tonight, Lost In America, Loves A Loaded Gun

    April Wine - I Like To Rock, Roller

    Asia - Here Comes The Feeling 

    Bad Company - Bad Company

    Bad Moon Rising - One Night In Tokyo

    Blue Murder - Valley Of The Kings 

    Bob Seger - Ramblin Gamblin Man

    Bon Jovi - Blaze Of Glory, Runaway

    Dangerous Toys - Teas'n Pleas'n

    Every Mother's Nightmare - Wall Comes Down

    Demon - Ride The Wind, On The Road Again

    Dio - Rainbow In The Dark, Holy Diver

    Drity Rhythm - Blinded

    Dokken - Just Got Lucky

    Electric Boys - Psychedelic Eyes

    Europe - Stormwind

    Extreme - Wind Me Up

    Firehouse - Overnight Sensation 

    Foghat - Slow Ride, Eight Days On The Road

    Frank Marino - Midnight Highway, You Got Livin'

    Free - All Right Now, Wishing Well

    Gary Moore - Wild Frontier, Moving On, Over The Hills And Far Away

    Golden Earring - Radar Love

    Great White - Face The Day

    Grim Reaper - Lust For Freedom 

    Guns N' Roses - Night Train 

    Hardline - Rhythm From A Red Car

    Hawkwind - Motorway City

    Horslips - Motorway Madness

    Howe II - High Gear

    Hurricane - I'm On To You

    Icon - Rock On(Through The Night) 

    Judas Priest - Heading Out The Highway, Rock Hard Ride Free, Thunder Road, Turbo Lover

    KIX - Blow My Fuse

    L.A. Guns - Electric Gypsy, Shoot For Thrills, Wild Obsession

    Lion - Hold On, Powerlove, Come On

    London - No Tell Motel

    Loudness - Run For Your Life, Dark Desire, Rock & Roll Gypsy, 

    Loverboy - Working For The Weekend, Wildside, Notorious

    McAuley Schenker Group - Getting Down To Business

    McQueen Street - Stick It

    Meat Loaf - Bat Out Of Hell, Everything Louder Than Everything Else

    Metal Church - Badlands

    Montrose - Rock The Nation

    Motörhead - Ace Of Spades, Born To Raise Hell

    Mr Big - Daddy Brother, Little Boy

    Nazareth - Hair Of The Dog, Holy Roller

    Night Ranger - Sister Christian, Passion Play

    Quiet Riot - *** On Feel The Noise, Metal Health

    Rainbow - Since You've Been Gone, If You Don't Like Rock & Roll

    Ratt - Round And Round 

    Riot - Road Racin'

    Rory Gallagher - Doin Time, Crest Of A Wave, Wayward Child, Shin Kicker

    Sammy Hagar - I Can't Drive 55

    Scorpions - Speedy's Coming, Rock You Like A Hurricane, Bad Boys Running Wild

    Silent Rage - I Wanna Feel It

    Stan Bush - Dare

    Tesla - Getting Better

    The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Highway Chile

    The Doors - L.A. Woman

    Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak, The Rocker, Cowboy Song, Rocky, Rosalie, Southbound

    TNT - Downhill Racer

    Triumph - Rock N Roll Machine

    Twisted Sister - Be Chrool To Your Scruel

    Tygers Of Pan Tang - Crazy Nights, Love Don't Stay, The Cage, 

    W.A.S.P. - Harder, Faster, Wild Side

    White Lion - Lights And Thunder, Little Fighter

    Whitesnake - Slip Of The Tongue Fool For Your Lovin'

    Wildside - Hang On Lucy

    XYZ - When The Night Comes Down

    Y&T - Don't Stop Running, Mean Streak

    Zebra - Drive Me Crazy

  • 4 months ago

    That's fine. Anything that you like is a good playlist.

  • 4 months ago

    Overall, its a good list. But all songs have very similar tempo and similar instrumentation. Varying the tempo and the number of instruments keeps a playlist interesting.

    Also an occasional genre outlier. Some of your songs are verging on Southern Rock, so put it a full blown country song or two, like Waylon Jennings Goodhearted Woman or Emmylou Harris Feelin' Single Seeing Double. Some blues, Sonny Terry or maybe Albert King's Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven.

    Have a fun trip.

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20200...

    Your list still needs a bit more variation.

    Ozzy Osbourne - "Diary Of A Madman"

    Queensryche - "Queen Of The Reich"

    Angel Witch - "Devils Tower"

    Diamond Head - "Its Electric"

    R.E.M. - Burn In Hell

    Bathory - "Hades"

    Tormentor - "Tormentor I"

    Hellhammer - "Bloody Puzzies"

    Celtic Frost  - "Usurper"

    Queensryche - "Screaming In Digital"

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  • Lilly
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    4 months ago

    I like it. I may have a different Motley song than Looks That Kill but I undertsand. You'll just get a speeding ticket if it's Kickstart or something like that, lol.

  • 4 months ago

    looks like a pretty good line-up, but depending on where you're starting it might not be enough. better yet I'd pick a few CDs or look up the local rock stations and program your radio to those stations

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