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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-08-2007, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
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Need new music for workouts

Been listening to the soundtrack from "300". I need some recommendations for something new. So what are you guys listening to during your workouts?
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I love classicals... Physical... Olivia newton john!
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Huey Lewis' "Sports" great album and most songs have a good jogging pace. I love the 80s...

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Anything that rocks hard. From hard rap to 80's rock or anything punky like the Distillers. Check out itunes.
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Nothing beats industrial for both cardio and lifting weights.

Check out VNV Nation. Intense, with a strong beat with lyrics and sounds to get your mind thinking (about something else besides your fatigue).

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Anything by Cascada has a perfect beat to run too....otherwise I listen to rock when lifting weights.

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the podrunner podcast is quite good for cardio workouts, even works pretty good on weight days.

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you mean there is something else besides Eye of the Tiger ?

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JT's new album, cop it.

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Rocky-Eye of the Tiger and Theme Song
Eminem-Lose Yourself (and entire Eminem Show C.D.)
50 Cent-If I Can't
50 Cent-Hustler's Ambition
Rage Against the Machine-Wake Up
Marilyn Manson-Rock Is Dead (Hate all his other songs, but this one rocks!)
Cake-The Distance
Moby-Bodyrock
Fatboy Slim (just about anything)
Bush-Chemicals Between Us
Better Than Ezra-King of New Orleans
Green Day-Holiday
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Reviving old thread but...

DOPE. http://www.webratsmusic.com/video-3191-bitch.php There good...been listening ot them since the late 90's...

Five Bolt Main
Adema
Coal Chamber
Drowning Pool
Godsmack
Hatebreed - http://www.webratsmusic.com/video-53...-threshold.php
KoRn
Marlyn Manson
Metallica
Nonpoint
Powerman 5000 (older stuff...)
Rob Zombie
Seether
Soil
Stem
System Of A Down
Thousand Foot Krutch
Trapt
etc.........

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