What better way to celebrate driving than with a song about road rage? It’s incredibly bouncy, adorned with some of the most iconic harmonies of all time and featuring a unique shuffle rhythm that was ahead of its time. Check our feature list, Wiki and Forum. As one might expect, Springsteen doesn’t necessarily like the girl for her “pink Cadillac,” but something else entirely.

In the song, sports cars have been banned by a so-called “Motor Law,” however our protagonist obtains a pristine Barchetta from his uncle. The formula for Cake’s The Distance doesn’t deviate much from the band’s lengthy discography. Wilco — ‘Passenger Side’ (Amazon, iTunes) — 1995.

Cooling issues can’t stop the Blue Oval-built eight-cylinder, either. The worst day is Friday. Though popular song is based on a mere line from Ringo Starr’s Sixteen, it’s surely more famous for its cutting-edge music video, one that spliced cartoon animation with live-action sequences. TigoTago is a tag editor that can batch edit a selection of files at the same time. 15 Best Hype Songs. MP3tag is useful for batch tag editing and the download of cover art. Over three hours of awesome music, you’ll cover some serious ground, physically and otherwise. It’s a myriad of music meant for all types of tastes. Willie Nelson — ‘On The Road Again’ (Amazon, iTunes) — 1980. Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen — ‘Hot Rod Lincoln’ (Amazon, iTunes) — 1972. A staple of classic-rock radio, the song is narrated from the point of view of a automobile driver, one who talks with his lover through a very different means of communication. The program uses Microsoft .Net 3.5 framework, so you’ll need to install this first if you don’t already have it up and running on your Windows system. Don't slow down -- those sirens are only in the song.

From the same gospel source material as Dizzie, George Clinton recorded the anthem that launched a thousand samples. Christina Aguilera and Missy Elliot revamped it in 2005, but to no avail. Though Cash's commanding baritone sells this tall tale of a tune that ricochets across the surprisingly rhymable American landscape, it was actually written by an Australian singer and originally oriented around the geography Down Under. / Radio". The ’80s have a good deal to answer for — male ponytails, acid-wash jeans, anything Howard the Duck-related — but Billy Ocean’s classic isn’t one of them. As if that weren’t enough, the track features two epically harmonized guitar solos for your face-melting pleasure. Iggy Pop — ‘The Passenger’ (Amazon, iTunes) — 1977.