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 Post subject: Re: What's in your headphones?
PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:52 pm 
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Wow, never even heard of most of that stuff mentioned, and the stuff I have I wish I never did. :lol: Always been amused how taste in music can vary so much in people that otherwise have so much in common. Or is it that earning pow turns is out only common bond?
My rotation lately has included El-P, Killer Mike, Macklemore, Gary Clark Jr., K'Naan, the new Public Enemy album, and Slaughterhouse. I guess I just like beats to keep me going on the skintrack?

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burzum is epic. too bad the singer is a nazi. some good interviews with him in prison on netflix. can't remember the name of the movie.


Not only a nazi, he is convicted of church arson and murder.

Allthoug i have never listened to his lyrics, i assume the are pretty far fetched, considering they are the thoughts of this guy.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2012 7:40 pm 
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bad brains, minor threat, TSOL, operation ivy, the specials, 7 seconds, no fx, suicidal tendencies, old metallica, wolfmother are some. Then I switch pace and rock jedi mind tricks, beastie boys, visionaries, hieroglyphics, living legends, dialated peoples, wu tang, are some hip hop then I'll switch pace again and listen to RJD2, dj shadow, dan the automator, cut chemist, dj hype, katalyst, mix master mike, bassnectar.

These are just a few. Kinda depends on what mood I'm in.

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 Post subject: Re: What's in your headphones?
PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2012 8:01 pm 
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I am going to throw this opinion out there, while it may be unpopular. A backcountry partner that shows up with music+headphones is a 'red flag' in my book. Music is a distraction, and can inhibit good communication and hinder snowpack observations while on the ascent. If you want to rock tunes, my opinion is to keep it in-bounds while turning lift-served laps. Obviously solo missions would be an exception. I am not slamming anyone for opting for some backcountry tunes, I just prefer one leave it at home. :twocents:

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 Post subject: Re: What's in your headphones?
PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2012 8:58 pm 
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^^^^ a time and place for everything, i agree.

that said, you just cant beat a bit of the old Ludwig Van on a long skin in. classical never gets old, and it helps my pacing.

after that its acoustic /hillbilly type stuff when im in the mountains (its mandatory after your beard reaches a certain length)





And i personally think the Finns have the best Mountain Metal (no evil vibes, just good wholesome killing with swords)


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96avs01 wrote:
I am going to throw this opinion out there, while it may be unpopular. A backcountry partner that shows up with music+headphones is a 'red flag' in my book. Music is a distraction, and can inhibit good communication and hinder snowpack observations while on the ascent. If you want to rock tunes, my opinion is to keep it in-bounds while turning lift-served laps. Obviously solo missions would be an exception. I am not slamming anyone for opting for some backcountry tunes, I just prefer one leave it at home. :twocents:


I agree, the only time I break out the Ipod is for hot laps on the chairlift.

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 Post subject: Re: What's in your headphones?
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Pretty Much anything Battleaxe.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8DgWDeasn4

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AlbertaRipper wrote:
Pretty Much anything Battleaxe.
+1. I'm just bummed that Swollen can't come to the states as a full group now. I used to go to a Swollen show to start EVERY ski season and it got me stoked.

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A backcountry partner that shows up with music+headphones is a 'red flag' in my book. Music is a distraction, and can inhibit good communication and hinder snowpack observations while on the ascent.
+1 in certain situations. In the trees in low consequence terrain, sure thing. Once we get up into the alpine, take em out.


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 Post subject: Re: What's in your headphones?
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i don't listen to music while riding as much anymore, but when i do-

stoner/doom metal, electric wizard-come my fanatics, or sleep-holy mountain, dopethrone, kyuss-welcome to sky valley

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 Post subject: Re: What's in your headphones?
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I don't think my dad loves any music. I'm the complete opposite in that way but we still have lots in common.

Agreed there's a time not to be headphoned. Most of my listening is on the drive. I definitely want to listen to my partners and the snowpack as appropriate.

Excellent track, deathrowplankwalker. Sneaky as he gonna be.


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 Post subject: Re: What's in your headphones?
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:clap: my fave bay area dude

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