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Alan lad

Tunes what do you like to hear in a bar

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Alan lad

hi guys

 

Well from time to time we like to ask what it is that you guys like while downing a few beers and playing with a few girls .

 

Well please do give us a few ideas as to what YOU like to HEAR

 

I dont care if its rock ,rap or thai ,it will just give us a better over view of what makes you happy (from year to year your likes will change we want to keep up with you )

 

alan

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careski

Bob Marley

Fela

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RedSam2007

Sky Sports.

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Braveheart

Classic Rock

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Dr.Winston

Classic Rock, anything but "Pattaya Pop", you know, boom boom boom boom, I want you in my room, that kind of crap.

 

I love the music in Red Point in Soi 6. I have heard from the BGs there that the owner prepares all the CDs to be played himself and forbids the girls from choosing the music. Wise man IMO.

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7-Eleven

How about this?

 

 

Or this?

 

 

Or this?

 

 

Or maybe this?

 

 

These are just some tracks I could remember of the top of my head. I'm not a rock junkie I have a very eclectic music collection but I do like these tracks. Different strokes for different folks!

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Nana Fly

Would love to be able to hear some;

Motown, Philly, Atlantic, Temptations, Stevie W, Aretha, Marvin, James Brown, AWB, Curtis M, Fatback, Stones, Elvis, The Who, Johnny Cash, O'Jays, Dusty, Desmond Dekker & Marley.

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papa_soda

Depends on the situation.

If im with a Girl getting close & personal i like listening to some good RandB.

If i just want to have a few drinks & a good laugh i dont mind some good rock in the background by the likes of Thin Lizzy or RHCP..

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HDMuffDiver

Classic Rock, some Top 40 or RandB

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deadman

how about some abba or some classical like beethoven, mozart or operatic vocals by sarah brightman, pavarotti etc :wub:

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Dr.Winston
how about some abba or some classical like beethoven, mozart or operatic vocals by sarah brightman, pavarotti etc :wub:

 

Sounds like a winner DM. Just imagine those BGs shaking their stuff to Pavarotti.

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Andr1s

minimal electro and some classic rock :D

 

 

Sander Kleinenberg, Oakenfold, Eurythmics, RHCP, pendulum, Kosheen

 

popular stuff from all styles

Edited by Andr1s

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LaaMok

I like "pattaya pop" as its called

 

I would prefer rap / hip hop

 

I don't think drum and bass will go down too well lol

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LaaMok
how about some abba or some classical like beethoven, mozart or operatic vocals by sarah brightman, pavarotti etc :D

 

you missed out YMCA you poof

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7-Eleven

Some more for you to look at

 

 

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deadman
you missed out YMCA you poof

only you would think of this song, you gay poof!!!

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noidea

Not so sure if they really know how to dance to it over there...but there is nothing sexier, for me at least, than a girl who can really get her hips moving to reggaeton.

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RRRushhh

Classic Rock, Hip Hop and Top 40

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Parkwahn
Would love to be able to hear some;

Motown, Philly, Atlantic, Temptations, Stevie W, Aretha, Marvin, James Brown, AWB, Curtis M, Fatback, Stones, Elvis, The Who, Johnny Cash, O'Jays, Dusty, Desmond Dekker & Marley.

 

 

Motown, Philly no you are talking.... Luther, Womack, Benson gimme the night...

 

Not for me Ronnie

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17hrs2freedom
hi guys

 

Well from time to time we like to ask what it is that you guys like while downing a few beers and playing with a few girls .

 

Well please do give us a few ideas as to what YOU like to HEAR

 

I dont care if its rock ,rap or thai ,it will just give us a better over view of what makes you happy (from year to year your likes will change we want to keep up with you )

 

alan

 

 

led zeppelin

RHCP

foofighters

DOORS

hendrix

TOOl

 

-17

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trev007
I like "pattaya pop" as its called

 

I would prefer rap / hip hop

 

I don't think drum and bass will go down too well lol

the pattaya pop is that bad its good somehow! and you always wake up humming one over and over again the whole day

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Randy

I can listen to a lot of different music, but music that no other gogo plays could be a hit. How about some danceable jazz???

 

Second, the volume is way too high in most gogo's and bars. I like to be able to listen to a girl without her shouting in my ears, and me saying WHAT! WHAT! WHAT! Kind of spoils the mood.

 

Maybe it's a cunning plan by owners to get you to barfine her quicker LOL.

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brad117

Good classic rock

 

R&B

 

Good early alternative

 

- a quality country rock, or quality country song mixed in is o.k.

 

A good bar d.j. will adjust tunes to the mix of the crowd, etc. Also will adjust volume accordingly. Loud, obnoxious, repetetive shit is a big downer. However cranking it up once in a while is o.k. if the crowd is into it.

 

Some members here may enjoy techno, hip hop, hard core metal, punk, etc. - that's cool, i'll even listen to it from time to time, or in a particualr club. But not in a bar, leave it out.

 

Thanks for asking, it makes good business sense. And, like I said before, I'll be stopping in next time I'm there.

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