Monday, August 22, 2011

Choice in music

With the start of a new hockey season, it was time to add to the playlist on Colin's mp3 player. Like most hockey players, Colin listens to music on his way to the rink as a way of getting amped up.

As you can see, the boy has gone (mostly) country:

Honky Tonk Badonkadonk by Trace Adkins
Crazy Town by Jason Aldean
Who Let the Dogs Out by Baha Men
Am I the Only One by Dierks Bentley
What Was I Thinkin' by Dierks Bentley
Wanted Dead or Alive by Bon Jovi
Who Says You Can't Go Home by Bon Jovi
Country Girl (Shake it for Me) by Luke Bryan
Dream Police by Cheap Trick
Theme from Pirates of the Caribbean by L'orchestra Cinematique
Smooth Criminal by Michael Jackson
Felt Good on My Lips by Tim McGraw
Rain on the Scarecrow by John Mellencamp
Rumbleseat by John Mellencamp
Small Town by John Mellencamp
We Will Rock You by Queen
We Are The Champions by Queen
Hillbilly Bone by Blake Shelton
Shake It Up by The Cars
Mysterious Ways by U2

Yes, it's safe to say I had an influence on the 1980s music he chose. We checked with The Missus, too, on some of his country choices. Some of the lyrics, but not all, are changed to G-rated when we sing them in the car.

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