I get very little chance to choose the music when we're travelling, what with my partner's love of Radio 4 and our troupe of teenagers having their own specific beliefs about what we should be allowed to play in public, but on the very rare occasions when I'm alone I can indulge myself and sing along with the best of them.
I used to drive a lot of 80 mile trips between North Manchester and Derby, and I'd play Snow Patrol mostly (very girlie I know). I think I was a bit tired and emotional at the time and it showed. Usually nowadays I'm travelling between North Manchester and Macclesfield, mainly on the motorway and fast back roads, and I love to listen to Faithless. Insomnia has everlong been my theme tune, but for driving I choose We Come 1 because you can belt it out to your heart's content and it always makes you feel good - plus there's bound to be a remix long enough for any journey!
If there's one thing you probably shouldn't listen to when driving, it's Firestarter by The Prodigy, and if you want to ban entire albums, ban anything that's specifically recorded for kids.....
This is a sponsored post, however the musical taste is my own