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Track Music?

I remember a thread not too long ago where people were discussing what music goes with a track environment. There was of course mention of Disturbed and other hard rock, which I think is right on. But what else?
Let's say you're compiling THE Track Disc. What songs would you put on it?

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RATM, Disturbed, Tool, SOAD, what else would anyone need?

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RATM, Disturbed, Tool, SOAD, what else would anyone need?
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and Metalica's Breadfan is one of the best rock songs of all time.

If you don't have it, download it, NOW!

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and Metalica's Breadfan is one of the best rock songs of all time.

If you don't have it, download it, NOW!
Can't belive I forgot that one! F' yeah!


here's what I've come up with so far

Chevelle: Get Some Forfeit
Coal Chamber: Loco
Disturbed: Prayer, Rise Guarded Stupify Down With The Sickness Meaning Of Life
Drowning Pool: Let The bodies hit the floor!
Fear Factory: Remanufacture (Demanufacture)
Godsmack: Get Up, Get Out!
Gravity Kills: Guilty
Hatebreed: Perseverance Facing What Consumes You Live For This This Is Now Confide In No One
Metallic: The Shortest Straw Breadfan Battery Fuel
Mudvayne: Determined Pushing Through Just Dig
Nickelback: Animals
The Offspring: The End of the Line No Brakes Burn It Up
Saliva: Superstar
Slipknot: Left Behind Wait And Bleed Spit It Out Duality Slipknot
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Static-X: Burn To Burn Push It

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you've listed the fricken offspring but not GnR. Your board membership is teetering on the edge of bannage. Do not anger the Vcook.

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you've listed the fricken offspring but not GnR. Your board membership is teetering on the edge of bannage. Do not anger the Vcook.
I'm trying to find the CDs right now!

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I'm trying to find the CDs right now!
You need only one: Appetite.


2nd place goes to Lies and if you're feeling saucy the live 87-93 double disks is also fucking great.

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I remember a thread not too long ago where people were discussing what music goes with a track environment. There was of course mention of Disturbed and other hard rock, which I think is right on. But what else?
Let's say you're compiling THE Track Disc. What songs would you put on it?

the music of my engine was more then enough for me.



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This thread reeks of poser-istic narcissism .
Yes, you got me. I am a narcisstic poser. I'm gonna go put my leathers and admire myself in the mirror now, then go to Starbucks!

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For any kind of Full Throttle balls to the wall style music to go along with riding, I always fall back to Ministry and any other Hard Core Industrial - Thats just me though

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For any kind of Full Throttle balls to the wall style music to go along with riding, I always fall back to Ministry and any other Hard Core Industrial - Thats just me though
With that said I feel like hitting up Exit on a late night sometime soon. That place kicks ass for Hard Core Industrial music, and the freak show is quite entertaining as well.

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For any kind of Full Throttle balls to the wall style music to go along with riding, I always fall back to Ministry and any other Hard Core Industrial - Thats just me though

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No one thinks Techno or some hard Trance goes with track riding (ok, ok, give me some neg rep for saying that in this thread )

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Post Herion addiction, of course

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RATM, Disturbed, Tool, SOAD, what else would anyone need?
What about Damage Plan?

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thanks for all the tracks, actually downloading everything right now.

I've got a couple good playlists...had them posted a while back on the CLSB board, but cannot find the thread. sorry

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