What is some of your FAVORITE Workout Music?

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  1. Edward Appleby

    Edward Appleby Senior member

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    Rage Against the Machine, and pretty much any hardcore-rap, metal, or hybrid thereof.
     


  2. Zubberah

    Zubberah Senior member

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    Lots... from TOOL, to gatecrasher/Ministry of Sound... to Heavy Trance... to dance/techno...to FM radio.... anything really depending on mood.

    "Rocks Off" is such a great song!
     


  3. Roy

    Roy Senior member

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    I often listen to Deep Purple, Dream Theater, Rammstein and Metallica.
     


  4. Soph

    Soph Senior member

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    The Crystal Method Community Service II and Vegas and some of their other tracks always get me pumped.

    Paul Oakenfold's tranceport and creamfields also kick it up for me.
     


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    i like doing rap/hip hop for cardios and rock and a bit of rap for work outs
     


  6. visionology

    visionology Senior member

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    I like fast music to keep me moving. My current list:

    Mylo - In Your Arms
    David Guetta - The World is Mine (Fuck me I'm famous mix)
    Fischerspooner - Emerge
    Depeche Mode - It's No Good (oakenfold house mix)
    Eurythmics - I've got a life (david guetta club mix)
    Lange - Drifting Away
    Martin Roth - Last Time
    Martin Roth - Shockwaves
    DJ Paul Elstak - Rainbow in the sky
    DJ Paul Elstak - Get this Place
    DJ Spree - Hard Candy Mix
    Andy Bell - Electric Blue
    Andy Bell - Delicious
    Andy Bell - Runaway
    Gnarls Barkley - Crazy
    AHA - Take on me (dance mix)
    TransX - Living on Video
     


  7. shoreman1782

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    Interesting choices... I agree with some that really heavy, fast stuff makes me feel burnt out after 20 minutes or so, though I like to have some in there (audio intervals?). Can't beat some hardcore (Gorilla Biscuits, Bad Brains, Kid Dynamite) if you have some kind of sprint, though...

    Current mix (shuffled):

    Big Boss Man - Sea Groove (from ESL's Outernational Sound album)
    Phoenix - Run, Run, Run
    M83 - Gone
    Mark Ronson/Alex Greenwald - Just (jazzed up radiohead cover)
    Get Up Kids - Close to Me (Cure cover)
    Foo Fighters - Hey Johnny Park
    Eagles of Death Metal - I Only Want You
    Wolfmother - Joker and the Thief
    Four Tet - Everything Is Alright
    Dino Jr. - Just Like Heaven (live)
    LCD Soundsystem - Daft Punk Is Playing at My House
    U2 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
    Beck - Rental Car
    Daft Punk - Robot Rock
    Tiga - Far From Home
    Foo Fighters - Monkey Wrench
     


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    kapay Well-Known Member

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    System of A Down, Outkast, 2Pac, AFI... and yeah. Angsty music like Jimmy Eat World works too sometimes. My gym tends to play good workout music though so I don't need to bring my own. I think they might use mix tapes.
     


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    I tend to eye up a good pair of jeans and I get all excited about getting them, then wearing them for a good night out clubbing. So while I'm lifting in the morning, I think of those jeans, the clubs, and I put on whatever trance music I have handy. Usually a one-hour set of Ferry Corsten, or some funky japanese remix music, like Every Little Thing's trance remix album [​IMG]
     


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    Depends what I'm in the mood for, sometimes its rap (a lot of 50 cent), sometimes 80'smusic (New Order, etc...), and sometimes its electronica (trance, especially, DJ GT, etc...).

    Jon.
     


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    i like to listen to dnb usually; roni size; andy c; anything like that. fast music usually 180bpm gets me pumped up. but then again, anything i like to listen to, sounds good whenever. lately i've been listening to the libertines self titled album when jogging.
     


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    Dropkick Murphys

    deffly have them and have seen them live numerous times
     


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    Global Underground
    John Digweed
    Herman Caetano
    Beatport podcasts

    They keep me going.
     


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    i lik to listen to all diff trance when i run. above and beyond etc. pendulum is good.
    stuff like this...
     


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    Epic fail in some of your music selections.

    Lifting:

    last.fm for MOAR
     


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