Thursday, March 06, 2008

Music to Drive to

Going by my list of favourite tracks to drive to, good driving music is often good dancing music. Here's some of what I had on my On-the-Go list on my i-Pod.

For a sunny day, especially past trees and greenery
My Baby Just Cares for Me - Nina Simone
Girls and Boys - Blur
Ticket to Ride - The Beatles
Day Tripper - The Beatles

Through undulating urban streets, or on the freeway

An Honest Mistake - The Bravery
Train of Thought - The Sharp
All I ever Wanted - The Human League
Strict Machine - Goldfrapp
Pulse - Covenant
Relativity - Grafton Primary
Dance Little Sister - Terence Trent D'Arby

With the windows down, sweeping past traffic going the other way which adds a sound effect, complementing the track
Peek-a-boo - Siouxsie and the Banshees
Horror Show - Birthday Massacre
Suffer Well - Depeche Mode

Cruisin' in mah vee-hic-cal
It's Like That - Run DMC Vs Jason X
It's My Prerogative - Bobby Brown
World in My Eyes - Depeche Mode (Cicada Remix)
Fame - David Bowie
Fashion - David Bowie
The Way I are - Timbaland

That said, something by Vivaldi can be nice and calming as well, aiding concentration.


The Flying Trilobite said...

Peek-a-boo is always brilliant.

And what is it about Timbaland-produced songs that bring out gothiness? His synth beats are excellent.

Just came across your blog. I hope you don't mind being added to another natural history-artsy-gothy blogroll...!

Lady Meerkat said...

The more Timbaland I hear the more I know that I need to get my hands on his own album. I haven't heard it! I don't know about gothiness since I am yet to hear one of his at a club (with his work with Duran Duran this should happen) but yeah his synths are sweet.

I am always happy to be part of a blog roll, particularly one of that ilk ;)