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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCableVine View Post
    I think Corrosion of Conformity may be one of my NEW top favorites.
    So you're a headbanger, Steve? Who knew??? Howbouta ballad this time?


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    46 & 2. Excellent cruising tune, and a great song to chill to around a campfire.

    "The title references an idea first conceived by Carl Jung and later expounded upon by Drunvalo Melchizedek concerning the possibility of reaching a state of evolution at which the body would have two more than the normal 46 total chromosomes and leave a currently disharmonious state.The premise is that humans would deviate from the current state of human DNA which contains 44 autosomes and 2 sex chromosomes. The next step of evolution would likely result in human DNA being reorganized into 46 and 2 chromosomes, according to Melchizedek."

    Forty Six & 2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Cover by some rich kids that did a kick ass job.


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    These kids are great. I heard of them. D.K. Dews, the drummer is 15yrs old. Maybe next Neil Peart. Great taste in music too......

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    Genesis released this song when we were told Reagan's wet dream was WWIII who wanted to get us all killed........... Great tune. Great lyrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daman1 View Post
    Genesis released this song when everyone thought Reagan's wet dream was WWIII ........... Great tune. Great lyrics.

    I don't normally like remakes much but this one is even better than the original. We never had WWIII and things actually got much better, so as usual, the fear mongers use the same lines, just with a different enemy to fear. See if you can guess who they say we should be most afraid of now......... Sound familiar?


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    Cool Train Train

    Great cruising tune. Really great if you are cruising the backroads out in the boonies never passing another car and drinking a case of Pepsi with your buddies.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Great cruising tune. Really great if you are cruising the backroads out in the boonies never passing another car and drinking a case of Pepsi with your buddies.
    And when that song ends. Crack open another "Pepsi" and keep going...............

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    Quote Originally Posted by daman1 View Post
    Crack open another "Pepsi" and keep going..........
    I sure miss the good old days when we could get away with that. We would drive thru the small town I graduated in and see if all 3 cop cars were at the station on a Friday night. If they were - we were golden and free to burn up the countryside. If not, didn't matter. We always found a way / place to have a few beers and listen to some good tunes. We were not shooting heroin or crack, or looking for trouble, just some good old country boys looking to unwind with a few beers. We made it.

    One of the bands I always remember being played on our road trips... THIS is an excellent cruising tune.



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    I had it the same way Mark. Pick out a field or a clearing in the woods and do whatever. So proud of my rusted out Chevelle and the Pioneer stereo system that actually cost more than the car did. Wasn't a soul on the road after midnight. Felt like we ruled the county. I'm sure glad I got all that out of my system before the age of the internet. No one can prove a dam thing. Ha !!!


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    lived in the country in Wisconsin and they have fire lanes dotted all over in case of a forest fire to get the the trees and put out the fires. Drive far enough into them no one see the lights. Or hanging out under a railroad trestle. Slamming miller ponies and doing time trails walking across the guiders above the river.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paintitnow View Post
    lived in the country in Wisconsin and they have fire lanes dotted all over in case of a forest fire to get the the trees and put out the fires. Drive far enough into them no one see the lights. Or hanging out under a railroad trestle. Slamming miller ponies and doing time trails walking across the guiders above the river.
    We used to cruise the fire lanes by my buddies place in Hayward. We would get so feckin shitfaced I'm amazed my buddy knew how to get back to the house after going miles and miles out in the woods. Those were some good times.

    This is a cool cruising tune.

    Just replace the word "eyes" with "thighs" and you have a great cruising song.


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    New forum member "Outlaw Locater" reminded me of this tune. Great tune to crank up when your cruising down some back roads smoking whatever kind of tobacco it is that you put in your pipe.


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    You can't forget this one.

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    One mark over the line sweet Jesus
    One mark over the line
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    One mark over the line

    Awaitin' for the train that goes home, sweet Mary
    Hopin' that the train is on time
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    One mark over the line

    Whoooo do you love, I hope it's me
    I've been a changin', as you can plainly see
    I felt the joy and I learned about the pain that my momma said
    If I should choose to make a part of me, surely strike me dead
    Now I'm painting one mark over the line sweet Jesus
    One mark over the line
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    One mark over the line
    I'm waitin' for the train that goes home sweet Mary
    Hopin' that the train is on time
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    One mark over the line

    I sail away a country mile,
    Now I'm returnin' showin' off a smile
    I met all the girls and loved myself a few
    And to my surprise like everything else I've been through
    It opened up my eyes and now I'm marking
    One mark over the line sweet Jesus
    One mark over the line
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    Don't you just know I waitin' for the train that goes home sweet Mary
    Hopin' that the train is on time
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    One mark over the line

    Don't you just know I waitin' for the train that goes home sweet Mary
    Hopin' that the train is on time
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    One mark over the line

    I want to be
    One mark over the line sweet Jesus
    One mark over the line
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    One mark over the line
    Don't you just know I waitin' for the train that goes home sweet Mary
    Hopin' that the train is on time
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    One mark over the line
    Sittin' downtown in a railway station
    One mark over line
    One mark, one mark over the line

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    Default Incubus

    This should be on everybody's playlist for cruisin tunes. It just fits well.


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