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Old 03-13-2005, 12:32 PM
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NOW, that's what I'm talkin about Joeyboy! The other day I went to my gym and I kid you not they were playing Barbara Streisand with Andy Gibb, you know that song it goes " And we got nothing to be guilty of....." Okay you know tha song. It just made my nads shrivel up and hide! I just need to get me an ipod or some MP3 player and can't go on listening to Music from Musicals!
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Old 03-17-2005, 02:50 PM
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I usually bring the music for are whole football team when we lift after school. And I always play

Pantera- VDOP, TGST, Far Beyond Drivin
Godsmack- Faceless
Black Label Society- Anything
Biohazard- Kill or be Killed
Mudvayne- L.D. 50
Soil- Redefine
Damageplan
Killswitch Engage- Any
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Old 03-18-2005, 12:15 AM
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Default Ok here's what the old guy listens to

AC/DC Back in Black
Motley Crue pre glam days
Pink Floyd for winding down ( Cardio Days)
Faster Pussycat
Ozzy
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Old 03-18-2005, 10:00 AM
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Dam Snachito, I couldnt disagree more, nothing gets me more pissed off and ready to go nuts then show tunes ahhaahah.
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Old 03-25-2005, 11:13 PM
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I'm not in heavy metal or rap (which seems to be the consensus here for training music). I listen to a lot of indie and classic rock. Some of it is surprisingly good for training. Here are some samples from my playlist:

Led Zeppelin - No Quarter
Pixies - Tame
Les Savy Fav - Cut it Out
Pink Floyd - Young Lust
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Old 04-17-2005, 06:32 PM
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AC/DC
Led Zep
Metallica
Boy George
Motley Crue, when they were Motley Crue
etc.

Kidding about the Boy George.
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Old 04-17-2005, 11:46 PM
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PennsValley's list looks pretty good. Thought I'd throw out a few more for those of you who need to update the playlist. Check out this site, mp3search.ru , I stumbled across it one time. You just make an account, put 20$ at a time in there and you can download all their songs for 10 cents each. I dont know what I would do without it.

Mudvayne - Lost and Found
Deftones - Adrenaline, Around the Fur
Clutch - Blast Tyrant, self-titled
Breaking Benjamin - not the new album
System of a Down
Seether - Disclaimer
Corrosion of Conformity
Chevelle - Wonder What's Next, This Type of Thinking
(these are both awesome albums you can listen to straight through)
Static-X - Wisconsin Death Trip
Systematic
Sevendust
Hatebreed
White Zombie
Dope
Down (lead singer of Pantera's side project)
Nonpoint
Primer 55
Soulfly
Sepultura
Taproot
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Old 04-18-2005, 03:51 AM
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Good list NewE...Ever check out Superjoint Ritual? It is also a side project of Phil from Pantera.
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Lord christ almighty. I went to see them one time and let me tell you what. I got up front as close to the stage as possible and the second they came on, the entire crowd caved in on me. The whole place was one huge swirling pit. Hands down the most intense show I have ever been to.
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Old 04-18-2005, 08:15 AM
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metal metal metal.. death, hardcore, grindcore, if It's metal I listen to it... except for some Nu metal crap... sorry if you like it but some of they just start sounding like boy bands to me..
Scars of Tomorrow
Heaven Shall burn
Lamb of God... (Black Label is the best song to do HIIT to... when that double bass hits, I crank the treadmill to 10 and don't stop till the chaos is over)
God Forbid
Krisiun
Beyond the Flesh... (my Avatar)
Otep
As I Lay Dying
In Flames
Dry kill logic
Dead to Fall
The Human Abstract
Into the Moat
The Red Chord
Vehemence

I could go on forever..
put it this way if they are on these sites I probably listen to them
www.metalbladerecords.com
www.centurymedia.com/index2.htm
www.nuclearblastusa.com/home.html
www.victoryrecords.com

ok I'll stop...
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