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    whitney houston - it's not right but it's okay (thunderpuss radio mix)
    britney spears - stronger
    destiny's child - survivor
    madonna - jump
    cut copy - lights & music
    cut copy - we fight for diamonds
    iamamiwhoami - idle talk
    above & beyond - good for me

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    wasted a bunch of time this morning skipping through mostly noisy, soulless, electro bullshit.. trying to find something to work out to... and I got nothin’! so i’m back to familiar territory w/ this super8 & tab album, which will glady do.


    key track: black is the new yellow (but i pretty much love the whole thing)
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    My MP3 shuffle during my treadmill workout this morning:

    Superchic[k]- One Girl Revolution
    Natalia Kils- Wonderland
    Jahcoozi- Disposable
    Rockell- In a Dream
    Lady Gaga- Paparazzi
    Ellen Allien & Apparat- Way Out
    Linkin Park- Faint
    Miss Kittin & The Hacker- Frank Sinatra

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    I realize that I'm sweating more ever since I work out to the CD I pop into the player. I feel myself pushing myself more in keeping with the music. The albums I have played so far are Rufus Wainwright's latest, Age of Adz and Tori's Night of Hunters (!!).
    "Never build a dungeon that you cannot get out of."

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    so what if i like pretty things Bryan Alan's Avatar
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    Oh, I work out to Out of the Game as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Em View Post
    I think The Distance by Cake is a great one to run to!
    This came on random during the chicago marathon at mile 25 and I was STRUGGLIN'. It definately got me to the finish line.

    A lot of Cake's music is good running music, especially short skirt, long jacket.

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    these are my two "you can do it" songs when running long distances.




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    Are there any other full albums that you guys like to workout to? Especially for cardio?

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    Silence for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey View Post
    Are there any other full albums that you guys like to workout to? Especially for cardio?
    Robyn's Body Talk for me. she's one of those artists where i could pretty much just hit shuffle on all their songs on my phone though or just make a huge playlist of their stuff. i do that for Beyonce, Azealia Banks, Gaga, and Missy Elliot a lot.

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    My current full albums:

    Cyndi Lauper - Bring Ya To The Brink
    Above & Beyond - We Are All We Need
    Robyn - Robyn is Here
    Shearwater - Animal Joy

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    You WILL work out to this one way or the other:


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    I usually don't listen to music when I'm working out. I get too bored unless I have voices to listen to, so I generally prefer podcasts.

    HOWEVER. On the rare occasion that I do feel some inner motivation, any of Florence and the Machine's albums seem to be the perfect rhythm and intensity for my workouts.
    Sometimes I think the so-called "experts" actually are experts.

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    Gabriel & Dresden (2006, self titled) is one of my favorites to work out to. One of my favorite electronica/trance albums ever. Sooo good.. it's hard not to move when you're listening to it.

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