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Car Talk: Car Tunes

Nonfiction: Public Radio / Car Talk / Humor / Automotive Repair
Unabridged   1 hour(s)
Publication date: 03/21/2002

Car Talk: Car Tunes

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Audio CD ISBN:9781565116610
Digital Download ISBN:9781615730094


This compendium of Disrespectful Car Songs features 21 of the best car tunes played on the air during the last 13 years of Car Talk.

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Product Description

After "Will you guys please go away?," Car Talk car tunes are the most frequent listener requests fielded by Click and Clack, the famous Tappet Brothers. Listeners searching for disrespectful, irreverent car tunes that express their true feelings about their cars need look no further.

Facing another incomprehensible, costly repair? Wondering how you managed to buy the only lemon on the lot? Sitting by the dusty roadside waiting for a tow? Tom and Ray have always been there for you and they'll be there for you again. Just pop Car Talk Car Tunes into your car player (assuming there's still enough juice to run it) and select a tune that best expresses your deepest thoughts and feelings.

Choose from 21 tunes researched by Car Talk's Department of Automusicology, songs with titles like, "Auto Service Hell," "King of Junk," "Cab on Fire," "My Bloody Yugo" and "Under the Wrench.". Bands include The Arrogant Worms, Red Meat, Betsy in the Gene Pool, and Dork Side of the Tune. These songs are just the beginning of a long list of anti-reverential auto anthems waiting to help you find the courage to slide back in behind the wheel.

Author Bio

TOM AND RAY MAGLIOZZI, a.k.a. Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers, are the hosts of NPR’s Car Talk, a syndicated weekly call-in program broadcast nationwide to more than 600 stations and heard by over 3.3 million listeners. Winner of the Peabody Award, Car Talk has been providing advice on everything from car repair to marriage since 1977.

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