Make that any good song ever recorded, ever. Here’s more music.
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lol, reminds me of this: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2005/jan/27/stevenmorris
I haven’t blasted that particular one, but I am guilty of playing my classical music rather loud in the car. It is just better that way! Great cartoon!
I once pulled up to a red light alongside a sports car that was blasting something from 50-cent. When I looked over, the young man and I made eye contact. He turned the volume down a bit. I turned my own stereo to full volume, and a crescendo from “O Fortuna” filled the air. I looked back over to the sports car and cocked an eyebrow. The young man nodded and gave me a “not bad” look. Then the light turned green and we went on our separate ways.
Ok, one of my favorite TV scenes – from a mediocre TV show – Knight Rider. Devon is driving down some country highway in a Mercedes convertible, and the stereo is blasting some kind of Mozart or other classical music. He is completely in the law, but the redneck cop pulls him over, breaks his tail light, jails him … and Devon uses his skills to get away! It is definite classic!
I’ve never passed you on the road I guess – oh wait, I was blasting Haydn not Chopin.
I’ve blasted classical in my car before, actually…
Or almost anything from Tchaickovsky. Bonus points for the 1812 Overture.
I want to claim your bonus points retroactively
I am with you on that one although I think that the car could have been lowered giving it a real hipster look.
Then have it Hoppin’ to Chopin
Chopin? Nah. Beethoven works much better for blasting everybody within six blocks.
I prefer Schubert’s Impromptu Op. 90, #4 for blasting from the car stereo.
Well, well, well. Someone’s been reading Fifty Shades!
Ha no – but there’s a Chopin reference in it? Shocking!
That exact piece, interestingly enough!
Crazy! I chose this particular piece because I taught myself how to play it on the piano many years ago and I always found it very calming (the opposite of how I feel when I hear most music coming from people’s cars!)
Doug Savage, Renaissance man!
I’ve often thought nearly the same thing. For me though, it would be Puccini’s Turandot.
I used to crank up Ravel’s Bolero on my drive home from work.
What, do you just circle around the block?
I don’t get the joke. The song is about seven minutes long and my commute was about twenty minutes, most of it along a stretch of road with no stop signs or traffic lights.
Fear not Doug, If I ever get a nice booming car stereo this will happen, no question…
Wow! I’m glad to hear that so many of you are blasting classical music while you drive – if only you lived in my neighbourhood!
I’d be happy with ANY good music at all, but all of the stereo dudes around here seem to have a different idea about what makes music blast-worthy
Love me some classical music! It just sounds better in the car.
Great piece of music. Hard to rock out to though Some of us rock out to classical, it’s usually a Beethoven or Brahms symphony however. I’ll have to try a little Chopin.
Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor.
Oh yeah “DahDahDah, dah dah dah dah, daaah, daaah”
Yea, I’m guilty of bringing this musical piece up on You Tube. It’s great that someone already left a comment there saying “Savage Chickens”.
Many years ago my teenage son tested his new stereo using Beethoven’s Fifth.
I see that Chopin is well-known not only in Japan and Poland.
I had friends into the doof doof subwoofer culture. Over time as they upgraded their gear I got all the hand me down parts. So it was that I ended up frequently driving down the cool strip in town, in my beat up rusty hatch back, with an obscenely loud stereo and a subwoofer that took up the whole boot, blasting ride of the Valkyries or Beethoven’s fifth. Good times.
Love this! I’ve blasted Beethoven in my convertible with the top down so I can relate :3.
This would happen in France ;? a famous hip-hop band, NTM, used some samples in its track “That’s my people” (1998). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88tsEjceu78
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