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#1
Evening, Pit!

I like running a lot, and I also like music a lot. I happen to like listening to music while running a lot as well.

Sometimes I like listening to post-rock while running, sometimes metal... It varies quite a bit.

Anyway, I'm in need of new music to run to, so I'm asking you guys! I usually do full albums at a time, so recommend particular albums please!

Inb4: "This is the pit, we don't run." or "I ONLY RUN FROM THE COPS."

I also know that putting that inb4 won't stop anyone, and mentioning it will only cause it to happen more...


TL;DR: Which Great Lake is your favorite!?
Last edited by TheMastodon at Jun 16, 2011,
#2
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
^^The above is a Cryptic Metaphor^^


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#3
Lake Michigan. Nice views.
Isn't it a pity?
Now, isn't it a shame?
How we break each other's hearts,
And cause each other pain...


"Music is everybody's possession. It's only publishers who think that people own it." - John Lennon
#5
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kotK9FNEYU Each step on the beat. If you ever succeed, you will likely manage time travel.

seriously though, anything around 180bpm.

Try Animals by This Town Needs Guns, Superjudge by Monster Magnet and Era Vulgaris by QOTSA.
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#6
Hellhounds on my Trail- Robert Johnson
Take it and Run- Dropkick Murphys.
Run to the Hills- Iron Maiden
Hit the Ground Runnin'- Keith Urban
Running Wild- Judas Priest
Running Red- Kylesa
I Run to You- Lady Antebellum
Runaround Man- Motorhead
Runnin' Up That Hill- Placebo
Runnin' With the Devil- Van Halen
Run Like Hell- Pink Floyd
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#9
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Hellhounds on my Trail- Robert Johnson
Take it and Run- Dropkick Murphys.
Run to the Hills- Iron Maiden
Hit the Ground Runnin'- Keith Urban
Running Wild- Judas Priest
Running Red- Kylesa
I Run to You- Lady Antebellum
Runaround Man- Motorhead
Runnin' Up That Hill- Placebo
Runnin' With the Devil- Van Halen
Run Like Hell- Pink Floyd


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#10
Live to Win - Paul Stanley
No Easy Way Out - Robert Tepper
The Touch - Stan Bush
Gonna Fly Now - Bill Conti
Eye of the Tiger - Survivor

EDIT: Make a playlist of those songs and set it to repeat.
Last edited by MegadethFan18 at Jun 16, 2011,
#12
I have a playlist made up of a good number of songs from various electronica compilations I have. Just put that on shuffle.
#13
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I deserved this... I feel like I should be mad, but I just know I deserved it...

Most people are going to recommend something upbeat, fast, and/or heavy and it might not be something you regularly listen too.

I've been listening to slower, lighter music for the past year and that's what I run too. So my opinion is just find music you're already into and go with that if you can't make up your mind.
#15
Early Greenday
Rise Against
Anti-Flag
Zebrahead

Upbeat punk stuff like that always works for me
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#16
The Distance - Cake

On repeat

Until I collapse and can't take another step.
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#18
Eminem
Rick Wakeman
Bob Dylan
Jack Johnson
... I like to run to the same things that are my favorites for other activities. Don't get too caught up in the idea that everything you run to has to be "high speed" shred type music. Sometimes, I find the really mellow stuff is the best.
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Most people are going to recommend something upbeat, fast, and/or heavy and it might not be something you regularly listen too.

I've been listening to slower, lighter music for the past year and that's what I run too. So my opinion is just find music you're already into and go with that if you can't make up your mind.


I wasn't referencing the different music, that's cool, I like a lot of variety. I was referencing the extreme running pun playlist he listed...
#22
The entire Remission album

no further explanation should be needed, judging by your username
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#29
I like 80s music to run to, very easy to get in stride with it and not focus on how tired you and shitty you feel.
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#31
I only run when hunting those who've grassed on me.

Something with a rhythm that matches my tempo.

Free jazz
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
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#32
New Wave
Ted Leo
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#35
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New Wave


please, everyone knows that New Wave is the best type of music to do anything to.
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#38
Been running without music recently. I don't have any good earplugs/phones so I'll have to suffice without.

I used to run to Rage Against The Machine and The Rolling Stones when I was younger.
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#39
Anything and I mean anything that contains an "Amen Break" in it.

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#40
Also Daft Punk
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If only you could back that statement up.
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