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11. Posted by an09 (Budding Member 2 posts) 4w Star this if you like it!

I find High Hopes by Panic! very upbeating for my trips. Oh, and Bob Marley for sure have place in my heart!

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13. Posted by Teoni (Travel Guru 926 posts) 4w Star this if you like it!

For some reason Save Tonight by Eagle Eye Cherry pops into my head especially when I am moving onto the next destination.

14. Posted by jcalvin982 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 1w Star this if you like it!

Quoting hennaonthetrek

Have you watch this series How I Met Your Mother? There is this one song they always listen in road trips, The Proclaimers I'm gonna be (500 miles), that always put smile in my face :)

Bob Marley-songs always remind me of an beach somewhere, anywhere, palmtrees and cold beer :)

These just keeps on coming....

Just absolutely agree. Helps to drive:)

15. Posted by road to roam (Travel Guru 442 posts) 1w 1 Star this if you like it!

Although extreme sub-genres of heavy metal music are favorites of mine, they don't seem to be part of my "travel soundtrack" so to speak.

I DO have an actual travel soundtrack, though: Daydream Nation by Sonic Youth. This entire album somehow means "travel" to me. Don't know why or how but it just does - Kim Gordon's voice on the song Cross the Breeze in particular.

I don't particularly like each song listed below, but they certainly remind me of scenes from travels in the past.

We fly to Dublin quite often to visit family - for some reason Alternative Ulster by Stiff Little Fingers plays in my mind upon descending into DUB... and gets stuck in my head for days afterwards!

Cómo Te Voy a Olvidar, by Los Angeles Azules and Los Caminos de la Vida by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs will always remind us of a particular ride along the beautiful Michoacan coast of Mexico in 2013 - thanks for the lift Asaf, Leo and Raul!

You Give Love a Bad Name by Bon Jovi reminds me of a nasty traffic jam while approaching Naples. A car next to us was blasting that song - not a song to really broadcast to those around you that you like it enough to crank-up the volume, but whatevs... On the plus side I got the chance to stare out the window at Mt. Vesuvius - something I wouldn't have been able to do behind the wheel while dodging Italian drivers!

I'm certain there are loads more kicking around somewhere...

[ Edit: Edited on 20-May-2020, 17:43 GMT by road to roam ]

16. Posted by hennaonthetrek (Respected Member 248 posts) 1w 1 Star this if you like it!

Quoting road to roam

Although extreme sub-genres of heavy metal music are favorites of mine, they don't seem to be part of my "travel soundtrack" so to speak.

I know! Albeit I don't listen quite as heavy music as you, my "travelling soundtrack" is suprisingly light on metal and rock

17. Posted by road to roam (Travel Guru 442 posts) 1w 1 Star this if you like it!

Quoting hennaonthetrek

Quoting road to roam

Although extreme sub-genres of heavy metal music are favorites of mine, they don't seem to be part of my "travel soundtrack" so to speak.

I know! Albeit I don't listen quite as heavy music as you, my "travelling soundtrack" is suprisingly light on metal and rock

Likely, to the great pleasure of others around us!

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