The wife bought me a new ipod for Christmas, and I'm trying to load it up with some good music for the gym. Any genre's are welcome. Just good stuff to get the adrenaline going.
HellYeah, Nonpoint, Love & Death are in heavy rotation in mine.
Depends on your sonic preferences, and how heavy a sound needed for stimulation..
Melodic/Goth Metal: Apocalyptica, Epica, The Birthday Massacre, Nightwish
Dirty Vocals-type metal: The Devil Wears Prada, Bless The Fall, Bullet for my Valentine, Shadows Fall, Lamb of God
Heavy Metal: Killswitch Engage, Times of Grace, Kittie, Staind, Disturbed, Caliban, Flyleaf
Hip-Hop (no Lil' Wayne, sorry!): Maybach, Kanye West, Mos Def/Yassin, Jay-Z, Joe Budden, old DMX
Beats/Dubstep: Ratatat, Digitalism, The Glitch Mob, Ooah and LoBounce, Nasty Ways
Some good '80s music works: Human League, Duran Duran, Heart, Bon Jovi, Europe, old-school Van Halen..
I like dubstep and hard electro music in the gym... get my hart pumping!
My current "Kill It" playlist...
And Fire Will Fall & You, The Apathy Divine - Thy Will Be Done
Undaunted - Adrenaline Mob
Hold On - All That Remains
Push Pull Destroy - Battlecross
Destroy and Dominate - Chimaira
$hitlist, Dead to Rights, You Make Me Sick - DevilDriver
HellYeah, Drink Drank Drunk, War in Me - HellYeah
Locust Horde - One More Victim
Psycho Holiday, Walk - Pantera
Friends and Traitors - Raised Fist
Hell Yeah - Rev Theory
Pulse of the Maggots, Psychosocial - Slipknot
Native Blood, True American Hate, Rise Up - Testament
Strength in Numbers - Times of Grace
Worm Tongue - When Man Meets His Maker
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All depends on how im feeling/ what im about to do. Some days its led zep greatest hits, but then I start getting a little tired and need a push, so I throw on some ice cube "pushin weight".
Icy thump white stripes (awesome guitar work)
Bigcountry's Getting a little smaller: Epi/Stano Log
Have anyone heard Dana linn baileys husband.. Rob bailey from flagnorfail? He made a few songs that get it going in the gym!
I like rock, either fast paced or with a steady beat to get in to a groove.
I've been on a "red dirt" kick lately and have been playing a lot of:
Texas Hippie Coalition (Saddle Sore is a good song to youtube for a feel)
Sign Of the Southern Cross
Down (Phil Anselmo from Pantera)