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Old 04-14-2011, 01:26 AM   #521
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Clutch. All their albums on MP3 and hit shuffle.

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Old 04-14-2011, 01:33 AM   #522
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Clutch. All their albums on MP3 and hit shuffle.
I love when Clutch comes up on the shuffle. Also, COC, Danzig, Misfits, Butthole Surfers, Faith No More........
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Old 04-14-2011, 01:35 AM   #523
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My local public radio station broadcasts Car Talk and Wait Wait Don't Tell Me after the news when I typically brew on Saturday mornings. Otherwise Kink Aardschok.

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Old 04-14-2011, 01:40 AM   #524
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Kmfdm, Einsturzende neubauten, ramstien, and korn

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Old 04-14-2011, 01:41 AM   #525
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Usually The Slackers. On vinyl, of course.

Sometimes a dubstep mix.

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Old 04-14-2011, 02:39 PM   #526
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Rage Against The Machine and Marilyn Manson all the way down to Coldplay and Old Crow Medicine Show

Personal favorite that is played every brew day is a band i saw randomly at a bar and instantly fell in love with, even though i'm not a big country/bluegrass guy

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Old 04-14-2011, 02:56 PM   #527
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I tend to put 500GB of music on shuffle, buy I really enjoy classics like Zepplin's Houses of the Holy. If my little girl is helping, she always wants to here Nude by Radiohead and To be Young by Ryan Adams.

I also like to listen to my entire collection of Black Keys albums while brewing.

I think my next brew will get some Whitesnake.

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Old 04-14-2011, 03:27 PM   #528
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DLR, not Hagar, right?
I don't mind some Van Hagar (I personally think Hagar is very cool) But VH was never as cool and original as when DLR was wasted with them boys! Some of the non-radio tunes are fabulous!

But I don't listen to them when I brew. I usually put in Blue Murder, Men at Work (little brewer likes it too), Led Zeppelin, Weird Al, White Lion. Some of that because those are the CDs I have in the garage. If I was smart I'd bring out a laptop and play stuff from my main computer:

Joe Satriani
Steve Vai (Passion and Warfare)
ZZ Top
Rhonda Larson (awesome flute player if you like more mellow tunes. I met her in person once)
Trans Siberian Orchestra
Ratt
Whitesnake
Here Come the Mummies
80's mix (yes, even a couple Culture Club tunes)
Queen (Night at the Opera especially)
The Darkness
Old Metallica
Iron Horse (Fade to Bluegrass)

Depends on what I'm brewing. I play heavier stuff for an IPA. I just don't want my Witbier to become angry. And some Jimi for when I brew an American Stout.
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I usually wind up listening to someone playing fallout 3 or fallout new vegas in the living room. It's a Georgian colonial house,so living room/dinette/kitchen is one long room. But,if/when I can,Rammstein,KMFDM, Judas Priest,Front Line Assembly,what I call "old MTV",...I still have my "Headbanger's Ball" T shirt! I even have one of those American flag tank tops like Cheech wore during the OD-40 tour. I also like Stevie Ray,Mr Jimmi,John Lee Hooker,Howlin' Wolf...Long list after these.
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