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The Limey wrote:Jingle Bells??
Like in, jingle all the way??!?

This:
far-Out-Pat wrote:A sailor jerry and coke, Hank Williams Sr Jr or III all depends on what mood im in, i also like frank Sinatra dean martin and Sammy Davis Jr they usually keep the booze flowin.
And that:
Aquaman wrote:Children. Sit back and learn.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41ohFqkhASU
And pretty much everything else on this thread.

When it comes to drinking music that you like, there's really no wrong answer.
"Man i once bought $101 worth of insect candy because it was free shipping on orders over 100 bucks." -- ThirstyDrunk

"I wanted a shark high on crack dumped into a piranha tank! I wanted college AD's to pull their human faces off, then dive at each other's lizard throats!" -- waahoohah

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q01p7k6T ... e=youtu.be

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1970's TV theme songs.

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with friends, good rock or rap. Alone, anything bluesy/folksy as many here have already said. And slow.
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pantera and drinking black tooth grin fucking class

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waahoohah wrote:Haven't seen a band I wouldn't listen to yet.

BTW, good thread, Thermon. You have found your people. Bring me a Manhattan.

Of course, when I'm tight, there's something about Split lip Rayfield that helps me along....
i fuckin love split lip rayfield, don't know many people who've ever heard em.

i listen to a wide range of music, but some acts that are always in the mix for drinkin are carl perkins, george jones, johnny paycheck, david alan coe, the dead boys, gg allin, the stooges, pantera, tom waits, jimmy martin, hank 3. and i could go on and on, but those are the standard.
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i told my landlord and all the other tenants they could fuck off if they don't like hank- hellbound glory

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Irish folk it St Patrick Day

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Flogging Molly for St Patricks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qlym4eLWHFA

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some rum and some sublime is all I need for a good time

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Southern rock

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hard country country

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motherfuckingPOLKA!
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FNZ wrote:motherfuckingPOLKA!
yes for beer and Nazi meetings Polka rules

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pishposh. they played Dickie Wagner.
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blue grass and polka still rules like the steelers polka and beer keg polka

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I already voted what I CHOOSE to play, but I thought I'd mention it since it happened again yesterday- whenever I black out, The next time I get on the computer Frank Zappa is the only thing on the playlist. I occasionally barely remember putting it on. So that's my choice of black out music, and you can too!

btw... uncle meat? haven't seen him in a while.
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