#1
In PE we are doing a unit of step aerobics, and my teacher gave the students the choice of picking songs to listen to. Well I jumped to this opportunity to get something other than techno pop songs on her boombox. I blurted out the first song that came to my mind, "Suggestion" by Fugazi. Next week I guess she'll ask us for a whole new batch of songs to put on her CD. So I ask you, punk/ska forum to suggest me a few songs to workout to.

I know probably most of my class will hate my choice, but at least I'll be having fun
#2
Operation ivy would do just fine.
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#3
Give it all by rise against or Holiday in Cambodia by the Dead Kennedys, or last but not least Were Eagels Dare by the Misfits.
#4
Quote by hug a llama
In PE we are doing a unit of step aerobics, and my teacher gave the students the choice of picking songs to listen to. Well I jumped to this opportunity to get something other than techno pop songs on her boombox. I blurted out the first song that came to my mind, "Suggestion" by Fugazi. Next week I guess she'll ask us for a whole new batch of songs to put on her CD. So I ask you, punk/ska forum to suggest me a few songs to workout to.

I know probably most of my class will hate my choice, but at least I'll be having fun

Yay! Fugazi!

Um...how about Charles Bronson - Obligatory Jock Slaughter Song, Limp Wrist - I Love Hardcore Boys/I Love Boys Hardcore (great for PE, because as soon as all the jocks realize it's queercore they'll freak), Casual Tees - Punk Rawk Luv (or whatever the **** it is), Minor Threat - Filler.
#5
Some Lifetime, Rites of spring, At the Drive-in ( I'm pretty emo ).
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#6
Limp Wrist - I Love Hardcore Boys, I Love Boys Hardcore

Everyone would be really confused for 55 seconds.
#8
Quote by devourthekitten
Yay! Fugazi!

Um...how about Charles Bronson - Obligatory Jock Slaughter Song, Limp Wrist - I Love Hardcore Boys/I Love Boys Hardcore (great for PE, because as soon as all the jocks realize it's queercore they'll freak), Casual Tees - Punk Rawk Luv (or whatever the **** it is), Minor Threat - Filler.



Do you think that song is easily accessible to someone using itunes? I think My PE teacher uses that to get the songs instead of illegally downloading it. I might just go with this one just for shits and giggles
#9
My sister has a book called Punk Rock Aerobics. I'm surprised no one else mentioned it.
#10
Quote by hug a llama


Do you think that song is easily accessible to someone using itunes? I think My PE teacher uses that to get the songs instead of illegally downloading it. I might just go with this one just for shits and giggles

You could always just bring in a burnt CD and mis-name everything. It would be great.
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#11
Punk Rock Aerobics used to be on Noggin.

I was laughing so hard when it came on during a commercial break while I was watching Degrassi.

Trust me, it wasn't my house, I had no control over the remote.
Or else I would have been watching Pokemon.
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My defense is impregnable, and I'm just ferocious.
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I want to eat your children.

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#12
Quote by IlikeTheSKA
Punk Rock Aerobics used to be on Noggin.

I was laughing so hard when it came on during a commercial break while I was watching Degrassi.

Trust me, it wasn't my house, I had no control over the remote.
Or else I would have been watching Pokemon.

Wait, there's an actual punk rock aerobics? I must see this.
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#13
Quote by StreetLight3989
Wait, there's an actual punk rock aerobics? I must see this.


This was about four years ago, though. I looked for it on YouTube, but to no avail.

But man was it hilarious. I remember one girl had like, a pink and black striped sock on her arm, and she was pumping her arm
up
and
down.

She said it was called the "arm pump".

Some of it hit a little too close to home, though.
Especially when they referred to "picking up change" as "picking up change".
My style is impetuous.
My defense is impregnable, and I'm just ferocious.
I want your heart.
I want to eat your children.

-Mike Tyson
Last edited by IlikeTheSKA at Feb 23, 2008,
#14
I listen almost exclusively to the Ramones when I work out, especially their first album.

Also Hulk Hogan and the Wrestling Boot Band's album "Hulk Rules" is kickass workout music. It's totally punx. I wanna be a Hulkamaniac, have fun with my family and friends...
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#15
Quote by IlikeTheSKA
This was about four years ago, though. I looked for it on YouTube, but to no avail.

But man was it hilarious. I remember on girl had like, a pink and black striped sock on her arm, and she was pumping her arm
up
and
down.

She said it was called the "arm pump".

Some of it hit a little too close to home, though.
Especially when they referred to "picking up change" as "picking up change".

Hahaha, hopefully they rerun it sometime.
I'm the same as I was when I was six years old
And oh my god I feel so damn old
I don't really feel anything
#17
there was a punk rock aerobics book (Or summat to that effect) put out a few years ago.
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#18
I should start a punk rock workout/aerobics/yoga/whatever group here. That would be pretty cool.
#20
dude, this one song that is a cover of a billy bragg song by a band called 50 million, the title is a new england...that song is the ****.

also, a new age by the subhumans...

and one track mind by johnny t and the heartbreakers
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Tim Armstrong is a songwriting genius, is a complete fashion diva and has an incredible singing voice.

He doesn't sound like Opie from family guy at all.
Last edited by mike2 at Feb 23, 2008,
#21
Quote by sargasm
I should start a punk rock workout/aerobics/yoga/whatever group here. That would be pretty cool.

It sure would be.

"Okay class, we're done exercising, now let's all go drink a bunch of forties and make fun of some poserz!"

I could get into that.
Journalism is just a gun. It's only got one bullet in it, but if you aim right, that's all you need. Aim it right, and you can blow a kneecap off the world.
#25
Quote by hug a llama


Do you think that song is easily accessible to someone using itunes? I think My PE teacher uses that to get the songs instead of illegally downloading it. I might just go with this one just for shits and giggles

I don't know...I'm downloading iTunes right now, just for the purpose of finding this out...heheheh...
#26
Find something with really erratic time and tempo changes just so people spazz out trying to do star jumps to it.

Or straight edge by minor threat.
#27
Quote by sargasm
I should start a punk rock workout/aerobics/yoga/whatever group here. That would be pretty cool.

I can see it now, "And next we have punk rock aerobics with Jordan, today we are going to teach you how to mash 2 da Casualties."
I'm the same as I was when I was six years old
And oh my god I feel so damn old
I don't really feel anything
#29
Quote by sargasm
I should start a punk rock workout/aerobics/yoga/whatever group here. That would be pretty cool.



haha me and my friend are talking about running in summer. and we're both PONX as fux