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Post by Dave on Mon Sep 16, 2013 4:58 pm

I was wondering if you'd like to share with me some songs and pieces of music that would be useful for boot camps. Just keep one thing in mind when making suggestions: This is for my boot camps and obviously I'm not going to play music with cursing in it. That being said, what songs do you know that fit my needs so I can add them to my list?


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Popular metal and hard rock songs

What else? I don't listen to much music anymore so I'm a bit out if it. I just remember these being in the "cardio karate" mixed tape that we followed back when I was a young'un.
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Post by Rix on Mon Sep 16, 2013 5:22 pm

RnB:
-Fortminor, remember the name
-50 cents (some songs)
-mimms, like this
-twista, art and life
-lloyd banks, hands up
-Eminem (some songs)
-36mafia, its a fight

Rock:
-limb bizcuit
-all that remains
-atreyu
-stemm, face the pain
-blue stahli
-FFDP
-guns n roses
-black stone cherry
-RATM
-hollywood undead
-killswitch
-beastie boys

and most dubstep and db that is nice and repetitive
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Post by Journeyman on Mon Sep 16, 2013 6:58 pm





























So there you have some hard rock, alt. metal, pop metal, heavy metal, punk and rock strings, dubstep, and it's all ear-friendly, hah. Most of those groups are pretty 'clean', too, if you check out their other stuff. The last one is by far my favorite running song, when I do run (which is like once a year)--sets a solid 6.00-6.30 min/mile pace.
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Re: Workout music help

Post by Brahma Bill on Mon Sep 16, 2013 7:49 pm

Chevelle - "Face to the Floor" has been getting it done for me lately
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Post by Madman on Mon Sep 16, 2013 11:20 pm

I think you'd be safe with AC/DC, Aerosmith, old Metallica, Megadeath,Iron Maiden,
it's all old and somewhat clean, pretty accessible stuff.

If I walk into an establishment and they're playing Black Eyed Peas, then that's my queue to leave.
so pop is something I wouldn't use.

Country music is unacceptable imo, as well as rap (even if you can find clean stuff)
Tempo is usually too slow, and lyrical themes are too specific (that's why I don't listen to them)

Techno/dance without lyrics can be good sometimes, but also very feminine. some may dislike.

Almost all people will dislike metal, dunno why, but they do. :shrug: 



Kalmah aint that bad, if you pick faster songs for workouts.


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Post by Dave on Mon Sep 16, 2013 11:49 pm

Never heard Kalmah before. The vocals are not my style, but I could grit through them. The music was awesome! Aris, I listened to your 6 min/mile song and quite enjoyed it actually.

And Bill, anything I've heard by Chevelle has been really good. In fact I used to cover "In the Red", or whatever song says "seeing red again" in it. Might even still be able to play the main riff...
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Post by Dave on Mon Sep 16, 2013 11:50 pm

Anyway, thanks Rix, Jman, Bill and Madz, I'll be picking through this list over the next couple weeks. Anything else anyone wants to throw in I'll check it out.
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