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    Workout music.






    Anyone know any hard rock or metal song that get you really amped ryt b4 a workout? So far all i kno is- Breaking Benjamins- Blow me away, Drowning pool-let the bodies hit the floor and open your eyes- Guano apes. On my free tym i listen to hip hop and rnb only but metal is the perfect genre and some hardcore rap for workout i reckon. They give you a boost.Feel free to post your playlists mates.
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    Wow, this thread has been done 2 times just in the last 24 hrs. There are numerous, just do a search.

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    Celine FUCKING Dion.
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    LOL nice one p-funk.LOL
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    I was being serious.
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    I listen to Stacie Orrico then. .
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    don't even know who that is bro.
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    Hammer of the Gods by Testament
    Real Thing (Heroin) by Alice in Chains
    Man in a Box by Alice in Chains
    Wide Awake by Audioslave
    Sound of a Gun by Audioslave
    Shape of Things to Come by Audioslave
    some Tool stuff.... That's all I care to post even though there's a lot more.

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    godsmack,AC/DC,motleycrew, fortminor, DMX, disturbed. etc.

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    trance

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    Not usually a massive fan of rock music but I find Disturbed does a lot for my motivation when im working out.

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    System of a Down.

    They're the only modern rock group that I like. Most of their songs make for great workout music.
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    anything heavy and angry =P
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    Peter Paul and Mary
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    "The gym offers force and pain and relief. It provides challenge and struggle and satisfaction." Dave Draper

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenwood View Post
    godsmack,AC/DC,motleycrew, fortminor, DMX, disturbed. etc.
    Crue dude CRUE!!!! - (I was in the original line up of the Crue you know? - some of that last statement may not have been true - but I am old enough to remember buying their best albums when they came out!)

    I just stick Pandora on and let it go - its cool
    I'm 34 - when am I officially an old fart?

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    Megadeth, Metallica... stuff like that. I usually get to my gym at midnight and there's never anyone there, so I put it on the satalite tv power rock station. I seem to usually have better work outs when they play a lot of fast drivings songs.

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    Marilyn Manson!!!!!makes me wanna do 2 more reps every single time

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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk View Post
    Celine FUCKING Dion.


    bro...listen to sevendust...theyll get u real amped...listen to a song called disease...its helped me through some of the toughest reps...cus there is a part in the song where it stops...nd it kinda explodes...ull have to listen to it...i think ull like it.
    some other bands u might like...
    Rammstein
    slipknot
    mushroomhead
    Head for the barricade--Limp Bizkit (really good w/o song)
    obviously Metallica
    godsmack
    there are some others...PM me if u want specific songs nd ill hook u up...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyStead View Post
    I just stick Pandora on and let it go - its cool
    u mean Pantera?!?!
    You are born small and weak, and you die small and weak. What you do in the middle is up to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fyredup1286 View Post
    u mean Pantera?!?!
    no, www.pandora.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by fufu View Post
    Indeed - nice one

    I'm lucky enough to have a gym in the house with the sounds I want in there so I just let Pandora cycle any metal it likes at me!
    I'm 34 - when am I officially an old fart?

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    so this pandora thing...i dont get it...its free? wut is it exactly?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fyredup1286 View Post
    so this pandora thing...i dont get it...its free? wut is it exactly?!
    Yeah its free - its at pandora.com and works like AOL or Yahoo radio - if you're a US resident its easy to set up - if not you need to 'obtain' a US zip code from somewhere - ehum...
    I'm 34 - when am I officially an old fart?

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    80s freestyle

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    Tool '10,000 Days' and 'Lateralus' give me the angry face in the gym.
    I like the angry face.

    Or if you're particularly hardcore Deicide's 'The Stench Of Redemption' and Cannibal Corpse 'Kill' will make you want to smash things... alot.

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    The best workout CD I've come across yet, was not a custom built CD.

    Three Days Grace, their new CD. One-X

    Every song on there is hard, and I listen to the whole CD over and over again while working out. the shit never gets old. Try it, download it, buy it. Do whatever, it's good.

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    Darkane - songs off expanding senses
    Meshuggah
    Strapping Young Lad
    Arch Enemy - Dead eyes see no future

    Fast paced metal - not necessarily my favourites, but they're good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valias View Post
    Arch Enemy - Dead eyes see no future
    Boooo. Worst album they've released!
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