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What music do you guys listen to when getting dressed?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by suited&booted, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. Robertito

    Robertito Senior member

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    Lately, it's Chris Potter Underground. Either Ultrahang or Follow The Red Line.
     
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    Richard Gere getting dressed in American Gigolo

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    In winter, Classical, a la....
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  4. Don Carlos

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    The training montage music from Rocky IV. Always.

     
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    whatevers playing at the gym...
     
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    whatever Jim is playing...
    FTFY
     
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    Station to station,Modern man ,Heroes or Ashes to ashes .
     
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    Not bad, lasbar! Bowie is past due for a new album, don't you agree?
     
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    Not bad, lasbar! Bowie is past due for a new album, don't you agree?

    Heroes if you're in a pensive mood ,Modern man if you're full of beans,Ashes to ashes if you're completely depressed or suicidal and Station to Station if you feel great...

    Golden brown from the Stranglers,Heart of gold Neil Young?
     
  10. Robert Hall

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    Blue shirt, blue collar and Fox news
     
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    That new Black Keys album is the shit.

    Not that I get dressed to music but its usually on some shuffle i-Tunes...so anything from 3rd Base to Woody Guthrie. I have a lot of Morrissey and Smiths in there, Band of Horses, Frightened Rabbit, and Old Crow Medicine Show so those guys tend to come on more than some others.


    Yeah, it is great.... they're getting a little redundant though, but it's damn good redundant!

    Band of Horses newer album is lovely... I will have my days where it's them My Morning Jacket, Wilco, The Shins and all 'those' bands on rotation.

    I have to listen to music in the morning.
     
  12. Oleg

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    'Call Me' by Blondie as I lay all my shirts, ties and suits out on the bed and spend an age choosing the combination whilst looking dashing in my boxers, before an evening servicing older women.
    Honest...
     
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    Same with the whole no music routine. Makes everything quicker.
     
  14. Joe Cool

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    The training montage music from Rocky IV. Always.



    Don't follow the Rocky IV regimen too closely AB. Remember, whatever Drago hits, he destroys

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    For basic regular days: LP4 by Ratatat, Suspicious Activities? by the Bad Plus, End of the World Party by Medeski Martin and Wood.

    On my black jeans & high-heeled boots days, it is White Stripes, Rachmaninoff, and Wu Tang Clan.

    On my Chucks, cords, and shawl-neck cardigan days, it is Fleet Foxes, Esperanza Spalding, Explosions in the Sky, and Samuel Barber.
     
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    I tend to have a soundtrack to my morning.

    my clock radio-ipod dock does all the work for me.
    I wake up to either "run to the hills" by Iron Maiden or Alejandro by Lady Gaga depending on the mood i have the night before.

    both times im usually up and either guitar soloing or pretending to be Aljeandro.

    either way, by the time i make it to the bathroom I'll have Neon Indian playing if a sunny day out, or some Steve Aoki if its not a bright cheery day.

    while im putting on cloths it switches to some kind of nostalgia music, i have a random playlist that ranges for Mr. Rogers theme song to the power rangers theme song.

    when eating breakfast the music is off and i watch the morning news

    by the time in Im the car ill have some sort of Chillwave/electro or even Daft punk blasting and Im off to work!

    I always fall asleep to 90's techno. Puts me to bed like a baby.
     
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    Being my Roommate has been building custom tube amplifiers from scratch for three decades, and I Love to dress, I would say this has to be my all time favorite thread on SF.

    Great post, Tibor; thanks.

    http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...04&postcount=5
     
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    Dressing up for a night out---> classic jazz: Brubeck, Desmond, Hawkins, etc.

    Putting on my leather jacket and boots to ride my Triumph---> The Stooges
     
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    Blue shirt, blue collar and Fox news

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