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Music Music for running

Discussion in 'General' started by Guest-16, 8 Oct 2010.

  1. mars-bar-man

    mars-bar-man Side bewb.

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    I think we can some it up quite easily, something with a beat you can run to. So no speedmetal, but no Dolly Parton either :p
     
  2. wst

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    Well, I ride a bike more than... run, but I figure... Run by Danny Baranowsky would suit running. I'm not sure how I got this hunch, but... I just have that kind of feeling about that song.
     
  3. boiled_elephant

    boiled_elephant Merom Celeron 4 lyfe

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    This is good advice. Trance music makes time just flow past.

    I think I've seen a video of you on the internet somewhere.
     
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    dire_wolf Last Of The Dovakhiin

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    *Cough* Frank Klepacki *Cough*

    Though I'm a cyclist rather than a runner, I find it helps
     
  7. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    Thanks everyone!

    I have just discovered all my iron maiden has been lost! NOOOOOOOOOOO! Will try some classic motorhead and prodigy for a week, then drop in Pendulum and maybe Trance later. :)

    ^^ I can't seem to play anything on Frank's site :/
     
  8. Blademrk

    Blademrk Why so serious?

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    lol at the Benny Hill Theme, Bindi could run at double speed to that...
     
  9. chimmy09

    chimmy09 What's a Dremel?

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    Rise Against-Prayer Of The Refugee
     
  11. Plastic_Manc

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    Was going to recommend this, fantastic song and for those of us old enough, will bring back images of Daley Thompson in the Lucozade advert! Transylvania is another good one.
     
  12. Psycho

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    Run to the hills.....Run for your life...!
     
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  13. Booga

    Booga Cuppa tea anyone?

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    Noooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!! :eeek:

    You need to get Maiden back in your life asap.

    Up the Irons :rock:
     
  14. bigsharn

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    Sounds obvious (but possibly so obvious you haven't tried it) but you need to click the song then press play for it to work, rather than the autoplay most sites have

    Failing that just look for him on Grooveshark :)
     
  15. chimmy09

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    If you are into metal, the Bullet In Your Head album by Made of Hate is a good one. If you are less into metal check out the album Blues Power by Paul Gilbert and Jimi Kidd.
     
  16. Sanzy

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    I find hiphop gets me in the mood for a run.
     
  17. Siberdine

    Siberdine Safety Not Guaranteed.

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    Ferry Corsten, Deadmau5, Above and Beyond/Oceanlab, Daft Punk, and maybe some Eric Prydz.
     
  18. Xtrafresh

    Xtrafresh It never hurts to help

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    Not much of a runner but when I used to train for rugby when younger that is I used play songs like I've got the power - Snap
     
  20. tripwired

    tripwired Deploying Surprise in 3... 2...1...

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    I agree with knuck here, I used to listen to almost exclusively metal and hard rock when I was younger, but the older I get and the more time I spend at the gym, I find myself listening to dance, dubstep and trance more and more, the latter in particular I find best suited for exercise.

    Have you got any easy means of subscribing to podcasts? I can recommend the (free) Gareth Emery and Trance Around The World podcasts (both available on iTunes). The latter in particular is well suited for weights and cardio.
     

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