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music to run by

#8
Seriously, try "Symptom of the Universe" by Black Sabbath; you will not even notice Tic-Tac creeping up behind you, with a full tube of lubricant and evil intent...
 
#12
Anything by Faithless is good.

I have an iPod and its full - New Order, Prodigy, The Jam, The Specials, The Cult, Massive Attack.

Anything that has a good beat or rhythm really is good.

Oh aye James Brown is REALLY good for working out to.
 
#14
Good classic punk. The Clash, The Damned, The Ramones, Generation X etc etc. Good strong bassline to set a rhythm.

Eye of the tiger is just horribly wrong, sickenly tacky.
 
#17
For the terminally Jack, iTunes (in the US at least) has a walt-tastic "Run to Cadence" series. You can pretend to be a spam by singing along with US Airborne, Marine, Marine Recon, Army, Navy and even Air Force. Can't understand the last one, as a crab I was always under the impression that once I left Cranwell if I had to run anywhere or shoot anything the chances were that I was in the wrong place.

My personal favorites however include "Rock Superstar" by Cypress Hill, "A Little Less Conversation" (sans JXL) by Elvis, and "Batwitaba" by Kid Rock.
 

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