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    Neil_B
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    What's On Your Clyde-pod?

    What Clyde and Athena themed songs can we add to the playlist?

    "XXL" by Keith Anderson
    "Rockin' The Beer Gut" by Trailer Choir

    And what else?

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    One of these Mornings-Moby
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    Fat Bottomed Girls - Queen
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    Quote Originally Posted by psalm View Post
    Fat Bottomed Girls - Queen
    Followed by "Baby Got Back." :-)

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    Oh My God, Richard Boone is a bike tourist, or Have ***, will Tour.



    Oh yeah, lately it's been a good book or the subdudes.

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    HUGE variety, but for cycling I generally stick to a mix of classic rock, metal, and some pop stuff that my wife has put in our playlist - but I only fire up the ipod portion generally on longer rides.

    For most of the time, I fire up Pandora on the stevejobsphone and rock out to my Who station.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdinger View Post
    HUGE variety, but for cycling I generally stick to a mix of classic rock, metal, and some pop stuff that my wife has put in our playlist - but I only fire up the ipod portion generally on longer rides.

    For most of the time, I fire up Pandora on the stevejobsphone and rock out to my Who station.
    People are missing the point of my joke. I was fishing for a list of songs about being big/fat/oversized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Historian View Post
    What Clyde and Athena themed songs can we add to the playlist?

    "XXL" by Keith Anderson
    "Rockin' The Beer Gut" by Trailer Choir

    And what else?
    "Fat" by Weird Al Yankovic.

    His "I Love Rocky Road" fits this theme as well.

    Brad Paisley's "Online" works too, since the song's protagonist describes himself as 5' 3" and overweight.

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    My player has a fairly ecclectic mix of stuff.

    Metal playlist has things like Lamb of God, Meshuggah, Judas Priest, Vader and Pantera
    Rockabilly playlist includes BR-549, Stray Cats, The Reverend Horton Heat and The Cramps
    Punker list is some old-school stuff. Black Flag, Bad Brains, Circle Jerks, Minutemen. All the old SST bands.
    My Oi! playlist gets the most rotation in the gym, with Angelic Upstarts, Blitz, Agnostic Front, The Business, etc.
    I've got a Ska playlist with more old-school music. Jimmy Cliff, Desmond Dekker, Toots and the Maytals, with some newer stuff mixed in (Bad Manners, Judge Dread)
    There's old techno/dancetronic like Prodigy, The Shamen, Eon, LA Style, Sunscreem, and Stereo MCs
    There's new techno, which is mostly happy hardcore DJ mixes
    And the shame of the collection is my pop/dance mix: Lady Gaga, Kid Cudi, Cybersutra, M.I.A. etc.
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    Anything from Meatloaf should be "Clyde Certified" by default.

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    Mostly "classic" rock (to quote a song.. when did Motley Crew become classic rock.. although in my case it's Boston, Styx, Queen, etc.).

    I do have some acoustic stuff from Kfog's "Live from the Archives" and recently have been playing a lot of Coldplay because of this... (my other addiction)

    "Today me will live in the moment, unless it's unpleasant, then me will eat cookie." -Cookie Monster

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    Quote Originally Posted by boy scout 161 View Post
    Anything from Meatloaf should be "Clyde Certified" by default.
    Oh no, not Meatloaf again! :-)

    He's added to the playlist.

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    Eat it by Weird Al....does that count?

    I have it somewhere....I had to remove it to make space on my mp3 player for Marine Corp Cadences....
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    farts are greatly appreciated as long as the other riders are talented and experienced. at the precise moment of release, a vacuum is formed. this is the optimal time for the rider behind you to get as aero as possible and "ride the brown rhino". his face should be within 2-3mm of the anus to receive maximum benefit (reduced drag...duh, its in a vacuum). i have hit speeds of over 53mph in such conditions.

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    Great Big Fanny, by Bill Wharton. It's off of the Margaritaville Cafe - Late Night Menu.

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    Cheese Burger in Paradise - Jimmy Buffet
    TV Dinners - ZZ Top
    Tube Steak Boogie - ZZ Top
    Hungry Like the Wolf - Duran Duran
    I want Candy - Bow wow wow
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