6 Best Albums to Listen to Whilst Cruising on Your Motorbike

6 Best Albums to Listen to Whilst Cruising on Your Motorbike

    

We all know the exhilaration we can feel from listening to music. Especially when it's one of your favourite artists, say on a sunny day on the beach, a gig, or relaxing in your bedroom after a long day. Nothing can top music when adding that extra bit of 'je ne sais quoi' to your day. So, imagine you're cruising along a vast, open road on your motorbike, just you, the engine and the cool wind brushing your face. Your earphones are in (make sure you get the best pair to suit your ride at https://www.ironhorsetrading.net/motorcycle-earbuds/) and quite frankly you feel infinite.

Now all you need is a great album to pair with your adventure! Check out our list.

Slippery When Wet – Bon Jovi

80's Rock heroes, Bon Jovi, just had to make the cut on this list. We've all had a moment of head swinging euphoria whilst get a bit crazy to Bon Jovi. Released in '86, Slippery When Wet was the bands third studio album and consists of some of the absolute classics from Wanted Dead or Alive, You Give Love a Bad Name, and of course Livin' On a Prayer.

Kinks – The Kinks

That feeling of nostalgia is one that's hard to beat. There's something quite enigmatic about being swooped back into the past. This self-titled album by The Kinks is laced with that 60's Rock 'n' Roll edge, with jiggy beats and delicious guitar riffs. Featuring You Really Got Me and All Day and All of the Night, to name a few on the 26 track album.

Jazz - Queen

All those who love Queen, raise your hands now. How could you not? Jazz is an energetic album full of varying dynamics - classic Queen style - kooky tunes and guitar that will get your body trembling. Alongside that quality of Freddie Mercury's voice that makes you just want to scream... in a good way. Don't Stop Me Now and Let Me Entertain You make an appearance on this album, along with the fitting Bicycle Race.

One Step Beyond - Madness


Taking a break from the rock line-up for a moment, with Ska aficionados, Madness. Their eclectic mix of sax, keys, drums and bass will have you feeling like your getting down in an underground club in Camden. One Step Beyond and Night Boat to Cairo will have you revving up your engine, whilst In the Middle of the Night will have you bopping to that infectious Ska beat and brilliant lyrics, enjoying the view around you.

Stadium Arcadium – Red Hot Chilli Peppers 


Released in 2006, Stadium Arcadium is probably one of the best albums this side of the millennium. Being the band's ninth album, it wasn't always sure how much of a success the album was going to be, but this Californian rock piece of art is far from any other album out there. On this two-piece album, no song is the same and will take you from grungy and detailed electric guitar like Dani California, Snow (Hey Oh) and Make You Feel Better. To the more laid-back and soulful songs such as Slow Cheetah and She Looks To Me. This 29-track album will take you on varied experience on your journey.

Rumours – Fleetwood Mac


Although this album may not be pumping with that high energy sound that some bikers love, this album provides a different kind of energy that will make your cruise as every bit enjoyable. We all know and love the Mac, and if you said Don't Stop and Go Your Own Way didn't get you going, you'd be lying. The explosive and iconic bass solo in The Chain will put anyone in a state of ecstasy. This is an album to be enjoyed at full-blast.


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