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momof1girl posted 7/11/2014 12:45 PM

I was just listening to the radio (first time in a LONG time) and "Livin' On A Prayer" came on. I cranked it and sang my heart out. This led me to wonder, what song (or songs) make you crank the volume and sing along?

Want2help posted 7/11/2014 13:07 PM

Anything and everything.

We always joked about how one day, DD would be mortified and totally embarrassed of us, but she's 5 now and sings and dances her heart out, too. She wants to start doing street performances at the farmer's market.

meaniemouse posted 7/11/2014 13:23 PM

A whole bunch but especially September by Earth Wind & Fire.

She11ybeanz posted 7/11/2014 13:30 PM

AC/DC "Shook me all night long!"

Schadenfreude posted 7/11/2014 13:33 PM

Showing my age but J Geils Whammer Jammer/Hard Driving Man -- caught myself driving 90 mph on freeway to that tune back in the day. Fortunately the police didn't.

Hells Bells by AC/DC

deena04 posted 7/11/2014 13:37 PM

Old school rock!!! I am too young to even remember most of those songs or barely remember some of the 80's songs, but I love those! My children are so embarrassed when I turn it up and sing loudly in front of their friends. It's a win-win...lol

welcome14 posted 7/11/2014 14:00 PM

"Nothing else Matters" and "Cyanide" by Metallica, "Champagne" by Cavo and "You're Going Down" by Sick Puppies. And anything Linkin Park and Five Finger Death Punch. My BFF calls it "angry music"...lol

ISPIFFD posted 7/11/2014 15:04 PM

Beatles

GabyBaby posted 7/11/2014 15:11 PM

"Enter Sandman" immediately enters my mind since I just finished cranking it.

sisoon posted 7/11/2014 15:44 PM

Whiter Shade of Pale - Procul Harum. I don't sing along, though.

Wasted Days and Wasted Nights - Freddy Fender

Let the Good Times Roll - Shirley & Lee

Most of Buddy Holly and Bo Diddely's recordings

k94ever posted 7/11/2014 16:29 PM

"In The End" by Linkin Park

"I'll Stand By You" Chrissie Hind

Anything by Daughtry and Imagine Dragons

"Sittin on the Dock of the Bay" Otis Redding

"I Can't Help Myself" by the Four Tops

k9

HFSSC posted 7/11/2014 21:47 PM

Old stuff:
Werewolves of London by Warren Devon
Unskinny Bop by Poison

New stuff (all I listen to now is Christian music)

God's Not Dead, Newsboys
Shake, MercyMe
Time To Get Up, Building 429
Bonfire, Building 429
We won't be shaken, Building 429
Where I Belong, Building 429

momof1girl posted 7/11/2014 21:51 PM

I'm using the suggestions to form a playlist now, lol. Y'all rock :)

Guinness23 posted 7/11/2014 21:57 PM

"Bad Company" by Bad Company! WAY cool song!

"Simply the Best" Tina Turner

"Grease"

and a bzillion others

yearsofpain25 posted 7/11/2014 21:58 PM

Where's the like button for this thread.

I echo welcome14. Pretty much anything metal, hardrock, punk, alt rock automatically goes straight to "11" where ever I am.

One singular album that stands out just above the other for me that absolutely has to be played at deafening volume from beginning to end, and was recorded at deafening volume from beginning to end, is the album Chrome by Catherine Wheel (alt rock). So loud it gives me goose bumps sometimes.

Too many others to list and I would be here all night.

HurtingandLost posted 7/11/2014 23:16 PM

Any classic rock / metal will get me going, but the kids always cover their ears until I change the station to current pop and then I'm thankful for hearing loss as all three belt out the words to every song!

LosferWords posted 7/12/2014 04:30 AM

Team - Lorde

The Cave - Mumford and Sons

Plush - Stone Temple Pilots

Everybody's Talkin' - Harry Nilsson

Telephone Line - Electric Light Orchestra

These Eyes - The Guess Who

Don't Let It End - Styx

In A Big Country - Big Country

Just to name a few. If I hear these songs in my car, yes I crank it up. Yes, I sing along. No, I don't bother to roll my windows up. Anyone up for a car ride with me?

Clarrissa posted 7/12/2014 06:58 AM

Anything by Boston. H and I agree, if it's Boston, you *have* to crank it up. It's mandatory.

purplejacket4 posted 7/12/2014 10:44 AM

Proud Mary (Tina Turner)
I'm Walking on Sunshine
Rag doll (Aerosmith)
Panama / Jump. (Van Halen)

metamorphisis posted 7/12/2014 13:01 PM

This morning it was "Big Mouth Strikes Again" by The Smiths.

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