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Great band, silly name podcast and My Top Five Workout Songs. Last Day for suggestions!!!

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Thanks everyone for some really weird names! I think it was our most “alternative” podcast so far (We’re up to TEN!). The next podcast is going to be a little be delayed due to some travel arrangements I have. But we’re gonna be back with a bang with My Top Five Workout Songs. There are loads of gems to be had in here, so many I can’t narrow down to five yet. So let us know what gets your blood pumping or what keeps you going on the treadmill!

My Top Five Workout Songs.

5. Cake, The Distance

4. Doves, Pounding

3. The Go Team!, Huddle Formation

2.The Strokes, Reptilia

1. Daft Punk, Aerodynamic/Harder Better Faster Stronger

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February 15, 2008 - Posted by | Cake, Daft Punk, Doves, Music, Podcast, The Go Team!, The Strokes

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  1. Okey doke then, my top five workout songs (I have to admit I don’t use these as much as I should):

    5. List of Demands- Saul Williams
    4. 22 Grand Job- The Rakes
    3. Ping Island/Lightning Strike Rescue Op- Mark Mothersbaugh (from The Life Aquatic Soundtrack)
    2. Daft Punk is Playing at my House- LCD Soundsystem
    1. The Past is a Grotesque Animal- Of Montreal

    Comment by Denise | February 19, 2008 | Reply

  2. Some good choices there Denise.

    Cause I’m a runner, I find a great workout song is one with a pretty fast, constant beat. Something that helps keep the pace up, without going too frantic. So here mine are:

    The Purple Bottle – Animal Collective
    Pounding – Doves
    This Modern Love – Bloc Party
    Aerodynamic – Daft Punk
    Glass Dance – The Faint
    Time is Running Out – Muse

    Comment by Oeoz | February 26, 2008 | Reply

  3. Right let’s start by saying thanks for all the podcasts so far, they are a great studt/essay writing tool!

    1. The fist song is probably the best drum intro I know: Rock and Roll – Led Zeppelin.

    2. Dead on TIme – Queen, from the Jazz album is the loudest song they have and always gets the pulse racing.

    3. Add to that Helter Skelter – The Beatles. This song was written by Paul in response to Pete Townshend who said The Who were the loudest band in the world, so Paul wrote a thoroughly mad and interesting tune in response. Pure adrenaline.

    4. Have to get something in there by the Crue, Too Fast for Love – Motley Crue form the debut album. Many criticisms of them, but they’re actually one of the few bands I know that own their entire back catalogue. That’s how much of an irritant Nikki Sixx was to Sylvia Rhone (then CEO of Elektra).

    5. Numb – Jay-Z & Linkin Park. A future classic in my mind, that guy from LP just conveys pure rage in his voice.

    Comment by Brian | February 26, 2008 | Reply

  4. 1. The Angels’ Share – Ted Leo & the Pharmacists
    2. Walking to do – also Ted Leo

    Hmm actually almost any song by that band will do and I can’t really think of anything else except lame gym remixes.

    Comment by Kirsten | February 27, 2008 | Reply

  5. My 2 cents….
    I see you baby – Groove Armada

    Great for the treadmill, great beat!

    Comment by Maria | February 27, 2008 | Reply

  6. 1. Survivor – Eye of the tiger, c’mon guys, no one else?
    2. The Sounds – Song with a mission
    3. (More songs from the Sounds)
    4.-… (The rest doesn’t comply with the no-techno policy)

    Comment by Jo | February 27, 2008 | Reply

  7. Workout songs…hmmmm.

    Faraway You – Marah
    Out of Control – Out of Control
    Stuck in the Middle with You – Stealers’ Wheel

    Wow, I’m really struggling here. Hope that helps.

    Comment by Matt D | February 27, 2008 | Reply

  8. Ted Leo & The Pharmacists-High Party
    Swingin’ Utters-Keep On Running
    Andrew W.K.-Party Hard
    Slapshot-Back on the Map
    CIV-CAn’t Wait One Minute More

    Comment by Joe | February 28, 2008 | Reply

  9. I wanna change my Queen choice to Tie Your Mother Down from the A Day At The Races album.
    This initial riff was written by Brian May on a small acoustic guitar then he was on top of the Teide volcano in Tenerife doing his PhD observations. When Freddie asked him what he was called, BRi told him and was a bit embarassed with the title. Fred being Fred of course, told him to run with it, which is where the rest of the ridiculous lyrics come from. And what a riff!

    Comment by Brian | February 29, 2008 | Reply

  10. I’d like to see if Brian is capable of compiling a Top 5 list without having to include a Queen song.

    Comment by Joe | February 29, 2008 | Reply

  11. I think we all would

    Comment by Tom | March 1, 2008 | Reply


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