That is a good album but haven't listened to it in a while. I haven't listened to music while running for a few weeks but was on a Wu Tang Clan kick for a couple of months. Prior to that is was a mix of hip hop and rock. I like when both have a good tempo so I can set my pace based on the song. Some faster and some slower to mix it up.
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MP - interesting topic on music. I always have music playing when I run, and I created a bunch of different playlists so that I'm not always listening to the same things. Typically it's fast and heavy rock music to keep me energized while I'm running, things like System of a Down, Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, etc. One of my newer favorites that I've been adding to my playlists is Royal Blood.
@jbarwick mentioned Wu and I have a lot of their stuff in my playlists but the problem with their albums (and quite a few of my favorite hip hop albums) is that they often have a lot of skits/spoken parts that can sort of drag on and take me out of my zone if I am trying to keep my pace up.
LCD Soundsystem has an album that is really just one long song that's great for running too. I think I recall reading that James Murphy put it together when he wanted some music to run to to help lose weight and then ended up licensing it to Nike for their use... or something like that. But that's just one song, so does that count?
Black Sabbath's Paranoid is a pretty good album to run to. Actually, I could probably just put the opening song on repeat and be happy with that.
That was a great performance. Timothy Olsen dropped Laverado over the weekend and from a Facebook post, it sounds like he may have OTS. He had 2 great performances at Western so it makes me wonder how long Krar can keep up with the performance. Then to think of what Killian is doing is crazy.
I got in 1.7 miles today then some weights in the gym. It seems like the lunges are really helping when running hills so I will keep those up and possibly add to the frequency I do them.