Which music you prefer to like when you lift ?

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    Which music you prefer to like when you lift ?


    I've noticed that when I'm blasting music loud it kind of disturbes my concentration, sort of start to forget whats next, or get into it that i'm starting to jam my self when i should be lifting. But when it all quiet , it gets to be more difficult to complete your routine. Also i noticed workouts tend to be much more longer when i'm listening music.
    Whats your best vibe when you workout?
    here is my best tunes:
    Mayhem- De mysteriis doom sathanas
    Emperor- Anthems to the welkin at dusk
    Satyricon- Dark Medieval times
    Enslaved- Vikingligr veldi
    Ildjarn- Det Frysende Nordariket
    Darkthrone-first two black metal albums

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    I listen to all 5 of DMX albums, all of bone thugs N harmony's albums, and maybe some Rap from the south. DMX is what really focuses me. I noticed that's what Ronnie Coleman had playing in a few of those video clips in another thread.
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    I can't wear headphones in the gym because it definately distracts me; however, if the gym stereo is blasting, it doesn't bother me at all, may even help me some. There's only two bands that get me going in the gym: Metallica and Korn.
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    Anything strong or fast paced. Rap, nu metal( I guessed it's called, disturbed, linkin park etc) My mp3 player gives me a good rush for workouts. I lose a lot of motivation when not listening to music.
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    Prodigy
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    ya i definately like to listen to the hard rock to metal side of music when i lift
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    It has got to be heavy what ever it is. I also can't stand to have headphones on, that's why I miss my old highschool weight room with huge floor speakers jammin' out to some heavy sh**.
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    linkin park works the best for me
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    Old Metallica
    Old Korn
    Linkin Park
    Disturbed
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    pantera!
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    hardcore metal gets me going, and really amps me up for heavy lifts
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    Deftones (probably my fav), Coal chamber, system of a down, Soul Fly
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    when running sprints: rap: first DMX album, Redman Time 4 sum aksion, etc.
    when lifting: whatever crap they are playing at the gym, usually 2yr old house.
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    Pantera
    Soulfly-eye for an eye
    Slipknot-if your 555 I'm 666
    Coal Chamber-big truck
    Tool
    NIN
    Machinehead
    Hatebreed-if you don't live for something you'll die for nothing
    Helmet-meantime
    ACDC
    and many more. Got them all on my new iPOD which is the coolest invention EVER!
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    What I like to do is make mp3 cd`s like this one:

    Black Sabbath- Into the Void
    GnR- Welcome to the Jungle
    Audioslave- Show me how to live
    Soundgarden-Spoonman
    STP-Wicked Garden
    Lynyrd Skynyrd-Give me back my bullets
    Nirvana-Smells like teen spirit
    Nugent-Stranglehold
    Aerosmith-Train kept a rollin`(live)
    Foghat-Slow Ride
    Led Zep-Nobodys fault but mine
    ACDC-Rock n roll singer
    Nickelback-Figured You out
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    Quote Originally Posted by NPursuit
    Old Metallica
    Old Korn
    Linkin Park
    Disturbed

    Love those Npursuit

    Also:

    Godsmak

    Nickleback

    3 Days Grace

    Lost Prophet
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    drowning pool - let the bodies hit the floor.....Its so hard hitting!!!
    linkin park is also another favorite
    Pretty much any hard hittin rock
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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman
    Pantera
    Soulfly-eye for an eye
    Slipknot-if your 555 I'm 666
    Coal Chamber-big truck
    Tool
    NIN
    Machinehead
    Hatebreed-if you don't live for something you'll die for nothing
    Helmet-meantime
    ACDC
    You forgot Biohazard, BodyCount, God Forbid, Sepultura, Righteous Pigs, Saliva, and Ganksta NIP, but got all the rest right !!
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    Backstreet Boys
    Boys II Men
    Frank Sinatra
    The artist formerly known as "Prince" (Purple Rain album)
    New Kids on the Block (their first album)
    and a maybe a little NSync
    ...you know the typical hard hitting stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stryder
    Backstreet Boys
    Boys II Men
    Frank Sinatra
    The artist formerly known as "Prince" (Purple Rain album)
    New Kids on the Block (their first album)
    and a maybe a little NSync
    ...you know the typical hard hitting stuff.
    Actually he changed his name back. He was having some sort of dispute with the record label before I think? Prince and Boys II Men is tight. Sometimes I listen to R&B/Soul when working out. Usually during cardio though. R. Kelly makes some good music.
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    pantera, dmx, 2pac, godsmack, anything that makes my head nod and pisses me off when i listen to it....i think my mp3 player has been the best workout supp i've ever bought...of course i havent juiced yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stryder
    Backstreet Boys
    Boys II Men
    Frank Sinatra
    The artist formerly known as "Prince" (Purple Rain album)
    New Kids on the Block (their first album)
    and a maybe a little NSync
    ...you know the typical hard hitting stuff.
    Damn, your straight up hard core

    It takes a pretty big man to w/o like a little girl!
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    I tend to gravitate more towards death metal for my workouts, as the inherent anger and intensity of the music really helps me to get fired up. Some of my favorites include:
    Rotting Christ
    Nile
    Centinex
    Amon Amarth
    Vader, etc. etc. etc., there's way too many to list fully
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    Quote Originally Posted by DR.D
    Damn, your straight up hard core

    It takes a pretty big man to w/o like a little girl!
    Hey, there ain't no shame in being lame
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    I like things like Ministry White Zombie and Korn but my home gym doesn't have a radio in it,so when i lift i lift in silence. I like to hear the weights because my landlords living room is right below my workout room. Not that she would mind a little noise it's just that i wouldn't like noise so i like to keep as quite as possible. I don't tiptoe around the room while working out,but i also don't put the weights down hard.
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    Rage Against the Machine
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    The new Drowning Pool song, "Step Up" gets me pumped and those last few reps.
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    Rap music...Eminem....all that hate gets me fired up and angry.
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    I enjoy classical, mozart mostly. I also enjoy some live oakenfold mixes.
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