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    Question Wrkout Music

    im lookin to make a kickass W/O cd. please list any heavy, kickass song that'll help me kickass in the gym.

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    bump, i could use that too

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    ozzy,limp,drowningpool,tool,anything rock works for me oh and 2 stackers

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    Disturbed, Godsmack, Mudvayne, Saliva, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park....just to name a few...there's so much out there I could make a HUGE list of the music I listen to when I work out.

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    let's see....what are my favs...

    27...Breaking Point I will be Heard...Hatebreed
    Stupify...Disturbed One....Metallica (or any others)
    Mistress...Disturbed Flood...Tool
    Bodies...Drowning Pool Myself....Taproot
    Only the Strong...Flaw Streamline...system of a down
    Adrenaline....Gavin Rossdale 36...System of a down
    Voodoo....Godsmack Tumult...Stone Sour
    I stand Alone....Godsmack Pride...Seether

    lol i'm stopping now, anything my mudvayne or soil or rob zombie or saliva or...or...lol, good luck!!!!

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    Depends, if I am feeling thug, DMX or 50cent. If I want to get hyper and amped up then Korn or Linkin Park.

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    I use the latest cd's from WWE's entrance themes.....other than that, I don't usually listen to music. I get kinda into a type of trance when I lift, people at my gym call me "zombie".

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    Some classic rock and alot of techno....like the Prodigy stuff

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    Originally posted by tolinka
    alot of techno
    Doing cardio I can handle this makes me all hyper like I was on X again, but lifting I can't stand it.

    Pain

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    Originally posted by painintheazz


    Doing cardio I can handle this makes me all hyper like I was on X again, but lifting I can't stand it.

    Pain
    How can you not train when it blast "Smack my bitch up" in the backround???

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    I'm personally a big fan of any hard rap when working out, anything that pumps up my aggression. But it's all a matter of what you like, the radio at my gym is always on classic rock. I personally loathe most of it but alot of guys get really hyped on it. By the way tolinka, love the avatar my man.

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    Originally posted by tolinka


    How can you not train when it blast "Smack my bitch up" in the backround???
    Very true, but then I start getting into some Darude or Oakenfold and forget about it, I daze out for like ten mins. BTW, I workout in the morning 6am ish and they play talk radio, how lame is that.

    Pain

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    Don't laugh: Rocky IV soundtrack.

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    LMAO .......... *looks around* "eye of the tiiiiiiigeeeeerrrrrrrr" bow chic bow chica wow .... chic ..... bow chica wow .... chic .... bow chica wow ...... "the eye of the tiiiiiiiggeeeerrrrrrr"

    sorry, saw a reference to Rocky and I couldn't help myself ....

    some artists to consider when making the ever important
    >jacked, make my nosebleed before I lift, bust ass cd<

    -Mudvayne (Digg, Not Falling)
    -Napalm Death (the friggin riffs and base make me wanna eat the weights)
    -Korn (Thoughtless [like classical type music, it slowly rises causing a rythmic rise in your HR] Here to Stay, Got The Life, Falling Away From Me)
    -Ozzy (songs like Crazy Train etc keep the pace for supersetting ... if you need a slower, steady thump during a down day try Thunder Underground)
    -Metallica (stuff like Die My Darling, Whiskey in the Jar ... again, keep pace they don't down in the middle of the song as you would in rest periods)
    -Prodigy (Diesel Power if doing upper rep sets as it is a great pace song, most others can be used for any set rep range)
    -WWE entrance thems (yes I know, but they seriously work ... kind of an instant pump type of deal for a short burst such as those sets of 3 or the end of a pyramid ... specifically Jericho's, HHH's, Austin's themes)
    -Slipknot (Fuck this World .. I dare you to pace to this song ... Wait and Bleed .... Iowa)
    -Prong (Snap your Fingers .. good "zone" song)
    -Megadeath (Reckoning Day, Train of Consequences, Symphony of Destruction ... all three songs keep a good flow)
    -System of a Down (Toxicity, Suger, Arials)
    -Faith No More (Epic ... kind of a "zoner"...... Suprise You're Dead! .. a quick pumper with the riffs)
    -Live (I Alone, Lakini's Juice, Dolphins Cry)
    -Also, 80's rock rules ! ! ! ! seriously though, songs such as:

    Fallen Angel (Poison) Girls, Girls, Girls - Kickstart My Heart (Motley Crue) La Grange, Sharp Dressed Man, Legs (ZZ Top) She Sells Sanctuary (The Cult) .... they all are upbeat and keep moving with virtually no slow parts ......


    myeh, I can't give away all my secrets .....

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    DISTURBED ANYTHING DISTURBED!

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    i like listen to hard trance, if u like any of that type of music look into the COSMIC GATE and look for remixes by them

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    Im with Jurewix... trance all the way. Theres different types... Oakenfold and Tiesto wouldnt be that good of an idea for working out considering most of their sets get me dazing for like 15 minutes.

    Try cosmic gate as stated, or Green court remixes. I feel like im wasting my breath considering most will probably frown on trance. Well if neone is interested PM me, trance is my life.

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    Mary Poppins soundtrack, Little Rascals theme song, Jepordy theme song, and slow paced elevator drug store music, makes me feel like I am juiced on Anadrol and Blow, wwwwwhhhhhe what a rush, I am pumped.

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    RAMSTEIN--ANY OF THERE SONGS

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    I cycle between Motley Crue's "Greatest Hits", Redman's "Whut...Thee Album", Black Sabbath's "Paranoid", and a mix cd with Nine Inch Nails "March of the Pigs", Metallica "Master of Puppets" and "Ride the Lightning", LL Cool J "Mama Said Knock You Out", Beastie Boys "So Whatcha Want", and Soundgarden "Outshined" and "Pretty Noose", among a half dozen others.

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    dmx is the shit.

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    The new LP cd dropped last week, get that. that will be good for a while

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    Originally posted by Brian1200
    Mary Poppins soundtrack, Little Rascals theme song, Jepordy theme song, and slow paced elevator drug store music, makes me feel like I am juiced on Anadrol and Blow, wwwwwhhhhhe what a rush, I am pumped.
    lmao... just picturing working out to the jeopordy theme song... hahahah

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    Any Pantera from Vulgar Display of Power or Cowboys from Hell

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    personally slayer and hatebreed are my favorite to work out to. Spineshank, mudvayne, slipknot, pantera, static-x. any thing that has a lot of screaming and pissed off people

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    Can I borrow some ambition by Guttermouth gets me fired up like nothig else. When i hear that song, i fill up with so much intensity it's sick. Tearing Everyone Down by Anti-Flag is also a good 1. Mind Of My Own by Strung Out woud be worth checkin out also. Hating Hate by suicide machines, and definately Betrayal is a Symptom by Thrice. Peace

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    I would like to hear a lot of heavy rock/metal or hip hop but unfortunately, in my gym, there's always house/ euro-dance music on the stereo....HATE that gay assed shit!

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    I listen to all Metallica, sure everyone at the gym stares cuz it looks like im ready to kill, but thats that goal, right??

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    Honestly what i listen to while heavy training is a tape of a chick getting banged really hard ,that really gets my workouts going.

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    Originally posted by Screenz
    DISTURBED ANYTHING DISTURBED!
    Shit beat me to it!

    Disturbed makes me wanna hurt PEOPLE!!!

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    Stuck Mojo-great southern rock/rap core

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    best workout song ever is "headup" by the deftones-Another great band is spineshank, they are really hardcord-they play that sh*t in my gym all the time

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    FLAW seems to do the trick...perfect cd..just let it play through..every song is good

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    Originally posted by DHoss
    FLAW seems to do the trick...perfect cd..just let it play through..every song is good
    I have to definitely agree on that one!!! Flaw is a great band, VERY under-rated...also, Disturbed, Godsmack, Filter (I like them ), Linkin Park....

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