Music to DH ski with

Lately I've been doing a few runs to music with an MP3 player and headphones in my helmet. Tull's Thick as a Brick and Jesse Cook's Vertigo are the top of my list for music to accompany GS cruising, bumps, and steeps. Parts of Dark Side of the Moon work well for powder skiing. A good paced beat with some energy seems to work best in general for me.

I was interested to hear what others who DH ski with music listen to while skiing.
I used to have a tape mix (showing my age) for my Walkman that had my favorite tunes on them for the hill: Grateful Dead's "China Cat>I Know You Rider" pairing and "Truckin'" from "Europe '72". Lots of energy there. Allman Bros Band "Mountain Jam" from "Eat A Peach" and "You Don't Love Me" from "Fillmore East" Both were recorded on the same night so the energy is consistant on both of those. "Magic Carpet Ride", "The Pusher" from Steppenwolf.
"Thirty Days In The Hole" from Humble Pie. "Incense and Peppermints" from Strawberry Alarm Clock, "Happy Together" by The Turtles, "California Girls" by The Beach Boys.
I like listening to Joe Satriani - especially when I'm bump skiing.

Thanks for the suggestion of Joe Satriani. I listened to Surfing with the Alien wile skiing bumps and steeps at Lake Louise today. Great music for high energy skiing.

Johnrob - I'm jealous! Great disc choice - excellent soundtrack for many of my activities over the years. Glad you had a great day.
Unfortunately, I'm usually listening for the scraping sound of that snowboarder who is going to come screaming and crashing uncontrolably into the back of me. Perhaps anything by the Crash Test Dummies would be good!
The New Radicals - "So You've Been Brainwashed Too"
I was gonna suggest Joe Satriani too but his "Flying in a Blue Dream" offering
Sunny and Cher?