Music suggestions for my car :)

Started by Gryzor, 13:36, 17 May 11

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Gryzor

Hello guys!
Last week I got a new CD player for my car, which also supports (finally!) playing mp3s off DVDs. Finally I can shrink my CD collection down to a very few discs...
On my retro music collection there's still 1.3GB to be filled. Any suggestions?
Here's what I've got up to now:


Best of Commodore 64 (C64 SID) remixes 2000 - 2009
Infamous Retro
Instant Remedy - 12 c64 Sid Remixes Mp3128
Machinae Supremacy
Makke - It's Binary, Baby! [by Gorkon]
Marcel Donne - Sidologie 2003
OMAHM
Press Play On Tape - Loading Ready Run
Press Play On Tape - Run Stop Restore
Remix64 best of (MP3 192 kbps)
Rez
Rise of the Triad ROTT Sountrack
Ultrasyd _ Fractal Dimension EP

Cheers
T

arnoldemu

Did you ask your car which music *it* likes?  :P



















Thrash metal?  :laugh:
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Gryzor

It's an Aygo. Chip tunes fit.

Btw, I'd like to mention that all commercial albums have actually been paid for :)

Devilmarkus

Quote from: arnoldemu on 13:38, 17 May 11
Thrash metal?  :laugh:

I already see Gryor sitting in his car like Beavis & Butthead (yes, we all know, Gryzor is a bit shizo...)
Headbangingggg!!!
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arnoldemu

Quote from: Gryzor on 13:39, 17 May 11
It's an Aygo. Chip tunes fit.

Btw, I'd like to mention that all commercial albums have actually been paid for :)
Some serious suggestions:

Some ATARI ST chiptunes, some pokey 8-bit atari sounds, and I don't see enough AY stuff in your selection  (including some nice stuff from the Speccy scene) ;)
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Gryzor

Well, original AY tunes, it turned out, are not such a good choice for a full surround system for driving time. Unfortunately. I've kept some OMAHM episodes because of the commentary... they make for a great show.


Bryce

Techno Tetris by Aphex Twin. My favourite Retro Remix :)

Bryce.

MacDeath

QuoteThrash metal?
definitly...

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Perhaps some sertakis too ?

robcfg

"I wish I had skillz", by Hazel. It's free so pick it up on his site http://www.soundofhazel.com/albums/

Devilmarkus

Ok: Seriously: You should also keep the 8-bit Lagerfeuer with you!
http://www.pornophonique.de/music.php

Free download...
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Gryzor

Quote from: robcfg on 15:30, 17 May 11
"I wish I had skillz", by Hazel. It's free so pick it up on his site http://www.soundofhazel.com/albums/
Quote from: Devilmarkus on 15:31, 17 May 11
Ok: Seriously: You should also keep the 8-bit Lagerfeuer with you!
http://www.pornophonique.de/music.php

Free download...

Cool, will download both! Thanks! :)
Quote from: Bryce on 14:47, 17 May 11

Techno Tetris by Aphex Twin. My favourite Retro Remix :)

Bryce.

Argh... I liked Aphex Twin more than that, I'm afraid. I found it quite uninspired... :(

Gryzor

Ahhh yes I remembered, Sad Robot is fantastic!!!

AMSDOS

I've always been fond of the music from Ghost and Goblins. Other ones I like are the various tunes from Uridium & Glider Rider had some nice music too.

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Gryzor

My bad - I'd prefer albums; filling 1.3GB with single MP3s would take a loooong time and effort :)

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