Music to Hurt Myself TO

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  1. obxbes

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    1. Bohemian Rhapsody Queen
    2. That's Not My Name Ting Tings
    3. Radio Ga Ga Queen
    4. I will Buy you a new life Everclear
    5. The Beautiful People Marilyn Mason
    6. Going the Distance Cake
    7. Rebel Yell Billy Idol
    8. Rock n Roll Train Ac/Dc
    9. Indestructible Disturbed
    10. I Want to Die a beautiful death Everclear
    11. You Really Got Me Van Halen
    12. Wheels Ac/Dc
    13. Santa Monica Everclear
    14. Possum kingdom Toadies
    15. Loser Beck
    16. Get A Haircut George Thoroughgood
    17. Troublemaker Weezer
    18. War Machine Ac/Dc
    19. Hot For Teacher Van Halen
    20. I Just Wanna Rock Joe Satriani
    21. Ice Cream Man Van Halen
    22. All these Things That I have Done Killers
    23. Independently Happy Blue October
    24. We are the Champions Queen

    1:45 Minutes that fly by
     
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  2. swampy1970

    swampy1970 Well-Known Member

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    I can't do that relaxing stuff when on the bike in the garage...

    Metallica - Master of Puppets
    Machine Head - VIM
    Pantera - Slaughtered
    Slayer - Raining Blood
    Machine Head - Blood for Blood
    Metallica - Blackened
    Lamb of God - Blood of the Scribe
    Fear Factory - HK Hunter Killer
    Pantera - Walk
    Metallica - Battery
    Machine Head - Clenching the fists of dissent
    Pantera - Strength beyond Strength
    Fear Factory - Demanufacture.

    As an added side note - Mr and Mrs Swampy get a shout out in Machine Head's latest CD liner notes, funnily enough as "Mr and Mrs Swampy" for being part of 'the mob' on the song "Clenching The Fists of Dissent"
     
  3. Alex Simmons

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    I saw "Machine Head" and thought you were talking about a Deep Purple's album... :D
     
  4. swampy1970

    swampy1970 Well-Known Member

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    If I had a penny for everytime I heard that one I'd have a Ferrari :p

    'tis the boys from Oakland - currently 'special guests' for Metallica on their world tour. I do believe they're over in England right now.

    [​IMG]
     
  5. tonyzackery

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    All Along the Watchtower - the beginning's the shizzle
    Hey Joe (a little slow, I know, but I work with it just the same)
    Manic Depression - awesome L5 interval tune
    Crosstown Traffic - same as above
    Spanish Castle Magic - same as above
    Purple Haze - good for 2x20s

    Some of my faves from Hendrix - been suffering to him every Saturday during the TTs...
     
  6. spinner32

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    The Rebirth - Boy Hits Car
    Vitamin - Incubus
    Bulls on Parade - Rage Against the Machine
    Killing in the Name - Rage Against the Machine
    Blood on the Ground - Incubus
    Different Sound - Teddybears
    Master of Puppets - Metallica
    Spybreak - Propellerheads
    Bang On! - Propellerheads
    The Final Countd.... Hahaha J/k guys ;)
    Open Your Eyes - Guano Apes
    How I Could Just Kill a Man - Rage Against the Machine
    We Use the Pain - Guano Apes (the title is definitely appropriate)
    Anything by Girl Talk for tempo rides.
    Hero - Foo Fighters

    Just a few of my favorites.
     
  7. graf zeppelin

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    My more common playlists are quite a bit different than these. I find I need/like to go for house/euro/trance. Things like:

    This World is Watching Me - Armin Van Buuren
    Shocking Silence - Benny Benassi
    Tell Me Why - Supermode
    Odysee - Scarf!
    Sandstorm - Darude
    Kernkraft 400 (Sport Chant Stadium Remix) - Zombie Nation
    Who's Your Daddy? - Benny Benassi
    Russian Girls - Sasha Dith

    I could go on and on. Granted, I listen to a lot of classic rock in other modes, but if I'm looking to cause some pain the beat has to move. Things like the above motivate some great workouts for me.
     
  8. frost

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    Nice headbanging lists!

    For L5 workouts:

    Slipknot - My Plague
    Marilyn Manson - Fight Song, Rock is Dead
    Machine Head - Now I lay thee down
    Sepultura - Chaos BC, Roots
    Rage against the machine - Killing in the name of
    Ministry - Jesus build my Hotrod, Stigmata (live version of course)
    Nine Inch Nails - Wish
    Front 242 - Tragedy for You
    System of a Down - Prison Song
    Disturbed - Voices, Droppin' Plates
    1000 homo djs - Supernaut
    KMFDM - Godlike
    Prodigy - Firestarter, Out of Space

    and of course some old skool Hip Hop from my youth:
    Public Enemy - Fight the Power, Welcome to the Terrordome, Burn Hollywood Burn
    NWA - Straight Outta Compton


    For Tempo/L4 workouts I prefer Trance to get to the hypnotic rhytm of endless pedaling, discontinued mixes by Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, Ferry Corsten, etc
     
  9. tonyzackery

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    LOL! There it is! I knew there was an ultimate reason why you're THE lost soul of the world; and possibly without redemption (you notice I said "possibly" :D )...

    RATM SUCKS! compared to Cypress Hill, of whom they tried (in vain, I might add) to emulate...
     
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    Just listened to that album the other day. I used to work out to that. :)
     
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    1. Trainer Noise - Woosh, woosh
    2. Industrial Strength Fan - Keep it on High (this will blow you away!)
    3. Delusions of Grandeur - Occupy Your Mind (really gets your adrenaline going)

    Best stuff ever! ;):D
     
  12. swampy1970

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    RATM sucks just for the fact that Zack has to try real hard not to repeat the same line 328 time in the same song... ;)

    Vitamin - Incubus. Great chillin' out song. S.C.I.E.N.C.E. is a great album but sadly the band kinda acknowledged a few years ago that they're no long technically capable of playing most of the tracks live.

    S.O.D's Monkey's Rule and Kill the Assholes made a mystery apperance on the mp3 player. Not sure how... Maybe it just walked it self over to the PC. :eek:
     
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    BBC World Service. Always something of interest .. and if not, something else will be along by the next interval.

    Can't handle hammering to music, but that's just me. Maybe it's because I'm a musician, so the whole work/recreation/pleasure/pain thing gets a bit mixed up.

    B
     
  14. substructure

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    I'll sometimes go with hardcore metal as well.

    But what really gets me pumped during tough LT and V02s is hardcore gabber. (Radium: Corrupt 2 the Core. Look for it on Youtube)
    or
    KMFDM's harder edged stuff (i.e. WWIII)
    or even
    NIN's harder stuff. (i.e. Somewhat Damaged)
     
  15. WattsAMatta

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    Actually it's more of a "Video to Hurt Myself to..."

    "Run Lola Run"
    I watch this DVD when I can't get motivated for my 2x20s or 3x20s. The format of the movie is three different 20-minute variations of basically the same frantic race against the clock. The music is a sustained techno beat that fits well with the video (but is probably nothing special by itself.) The dialog is in German, but there isn't much of it, so it's not hard to follow even if most of your attention is on your interval.

    -- Bryan
     
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