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Monday, December 18, 2006

Best Workout Music

See the comments for people's choices! I'll start...


  • At Monday, December 18, 2006 5:48:00 PM, Blogger Jenn said…

    Heavy Metal, natch, but don't wanna steal John's thunder

    Madonna, The Immaculate Collection
    Confessions on A Dancefloor

    Biggest Loser Soundtrack

    The Rocky Story, Original Motion Picture Compilation

    Disco Divas Compilation

  • At Monday, December 18, 2006 8:22:00 PM, Blogger John said…

    GWAR: The Ultimate Video GWARchive
    Dave Brockie Experience: Hanging Out At The Pound: Live in SF
    Black Label Society: Boozed, Broozed & Broken Boned
    Pantera: 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell
    Motorhead: The Best of Motorhead
    Guns N' Roses: Welcome to the Videos

    GWAR: Beyond Hell, Scumdogs Of The Universe, War Party
    Alabama Thunderpussy: River City Revival, Constellation, Staring At The Divine, Fulton Hill
    Axehandle: Axehandle
    Black Label Society: Stronger Than Death
    Brand New Sin: Bran New Sin, Recipe For Disaster
    Orange Goblin: Coup De Grace, Thieving From The House Of God
    Pantera: The Best Of Pantera Far Beyond The Great Southern Cowboys' Vulgar Hits! (Includes a Bonus DVD with 12 Videos!)
    Rebel Meets Rebel: Rebel Meets Rebel
    Iced Earth: Tribute To The Gods (A cover album of classic metal and hard rock bands including: Kiss, Iron Maiden, AC/DC, Blue Oyster Cult, Judas Priest, Alice Cooper, and Black Sabbath. Originally only available with their box set Dark Genesis. It was released by itself in 2002)
    Kiss: Creatures Of The Night

    I'm sure I'll think of more, but this seems like a good start.

  • At Saturday, December 30, 2006 6:47:00 PM, Blogger marian said…

    We get some awesome music in our classes. I loooove the bicep track set to "Pump It," which I just found out is a Black Eyed Peas song. Who knew!

    For Pilates, Robbie often puts on the Cirque Du Soleil CD, which is really just perfect. It makes me feel very artistic, especially when we're balancing with balls!

    When I'm doing floor workouts at home, I tend not to put music on. Maybe I should....

  • At Tuesday, January 09, 2007 5:07:00 PM, Blogger Christopher said…

    it's gotta be upbeat, and I have to know the words to it.

  • At Thursday, January 11, 2007 1:23:00 PM, Blogger Jenn said…

    Soundtrack, A Night At The Roxbury

    The Best of The Village People

  • At Saturday, January 20, 2007 7:28:00 PM, Blogger Jenn said…

    You know a boy likes you a lot when he makes you a mix tape. My husband took it a step further- he's made me my very own workout playlist and entitled it Jenn's Sassy Workout Soundtrack, and never gets peeved when I ask him to download lame-o 80s pop. Some of my new favorites:
    The Warrior- Patti Smyth
    Party All The Time- Eddie Murphy and Rick James
    Freedom- Wham!
    Right Now, Jump- Van Halen
    I Love It Loud, Comin Home, and Sure Know Something-KISS
    West Side-Moby
    Crazy-Alanis Morrisette
    Workin For The Weekend-Loverboy

  • At Saturday, January 20, 2007 9:25:00 PM, Blogger John said…

    Yes, the iPod has been a huge help during those days I was dragging my feet getting on the eliptical. With the song capacity I have loaded now, I have yet to hear one of your songs pop up when I have it set on shuffle. But of course with having over 1700 songs loaded, the chances that I come acoss the 9 or 10 I'm not fond of are slim to none. So keep 'em coming, there are occasionally songs that you want loaded that I like.

  • At Tuesday, February 13, 2007 8:30:00 AM, Blogger John said…

    The CD's that have really gotten me pumped the past 3 times on the eliptical and have given me my best results so far:

    Motorhead: Ace Of Spades
    Exhorder (Kyle Thomas' old band): Slaughter In The Vatican & The Law

  • At Friday, March 09, 2007 8:40:00 AM, Blogger axehandle said…

    Alabama Thunderpussy: Open Fire!!!!!

    'nuff said!


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