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    Rohelf

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    Suggestions for Geekout Mix

    Post  Rohelf on September 21st 2010, 5:54 pm

    I'm getting ready to go visit Dunadwarf in a month, and that means several hours cooling my heels in airports, and a two hour car ride from the nearest city big enough to have an airport out to the potato crossroads in the middle of nowhere. So I'm looking for suggestions to load onto my MP3 player and/or burn to CD for the car ride, primarily quirky fun songs. To give you an idea of the type of music I'm looking for, here's the lineup of the Geekout Mix Volume I that I compiled for a road trip this summer:

    The Saga Begins
    The Dentist Song from Little Shop of Horrors
    Sparkly Vampires
    Amish Paradise
    Ballad of Rufus Amos Adams
    Do I Creep You Out?
    Grow For Me
    Weasel Stomping Day
    When a Man Loves a Shark
    Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny
    Spiderman (the Weird Al version of Pianoman)
    Montage
    White and Nerdy
    Moonshine
    RE: Your Brains
    Why Does This Always Happen To Me?

    Any suggestions you guys can offer as to similar oddly amusing tunes would be great, especially if you can point me to a place to download a legal MP3 of it.

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    Re: Suggestions for Geekout Mix

    Post  WhiteBoy on September 22nd 2010, 1:23 pm

    Yea...Weird Al! He has so many good geeky songs! I remember he has one called "It's All About the Pentiums" which is pretty geeky.


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    Re: Suggestions for Geekout Mix

    Post  UKSteve on September 23rd 2010, 1:42 pm

    Geeky and Wierd Al... Yoda, obviously Smile

    and Cantina Band by Ash is always good for a Star Wars-themed rock out.

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