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    My workout music tends to be a total mix of current hip hop/dance (Black Eye Peas and Lady GaGa), 70s disco (I Will Survive, I Love the Nightlife), 60s soul (Get Ready, Dancing in the Streets), 80s-90s dance (Madonna, Let the Music Play, C&C Music Factory).

    My guilty secret though is that my favorite workout song is It's Raining Men. I set it on my iPod for the 20-25 minutes mark, because that is when I find my energy flagging and I debate getting off the cardio machine. But that song is an instant pick-me up and is great to help me carry through.

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    I tend to listen to a lot of Industrial/EBM music, along with a lot of trance/tantric music. The Industrial stuff is very hard hitting, which gets the blood pumping. Groups included in that mix are stuff like:

    VnV Nation (Art of Conflict, Beloved, Hellraiser (VNV Nation Mix)
    Assemblage 23
    Project Pitchfork (especially "Feel" (noiseuf X remix), Conure, and Steelrose (Apoptygma Berzerk remix)
    Nitzer Ebb
    Combichrist
    Imatem
    Front Line Assembly

    I also love working out to the likes of Juno Reactor, who did a bunch of the music in the Matrix movies - expecially Mona Lisa Overdrive (not to be confused with the book of the same name), and Navras.

    You can find any of these on youtube. I usually listen to the entire song before deciding to get them off of iTunes or Amazon.

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    Anyone remember this from The Cutting Edge? It's actually lifted and remixed disco queen vocals by Loleatta Holloway (sung later by Heather Small), and Katrin Quinol never sung a word.

    Black Box - Ride on Time

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    I workout to the NFL Films soundtrack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyn View Post
    I tend to listen to a lot of Industrial/EBM music, along with a lot of trance/tantric music. The Industrial stuff is very hard hitting, which gets the blood pumping. Groups included in that mix are stuff like:

    I also love working out to the likes of Juno Reactor, who did a bunch of the music in the Matrix movies - expecially Mona Lisa Overdrive (not to be confused with the book of the same name), and Navras.

    You can find any of these on youtube. I usually listen to the entire song before deciding to get them off of iTunes or Amazon.
    Quoting myself to link to the songs in my OP:

    Forever - Bruderschaft/VNV Nation
    Navras - Juno Reactor (some might remember this from the Paso Doble done a couple of seasons ago on SYTYCD )
    Feel! - Project Pitchfor (Noisuf-X remix)
    Get Your Body Beat - Combichrist
    The Art of Conflict - VNV Nation (I particularly love this one as the lyrics are quotes for Shin Zhu's The Art of War)
    Steelrose - Project Pitchfork (Apoptygma Berzerk remix)

    Enjoy!

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    Anything by early Mozart

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    I agree with the poster who suggested Muse. I particularly love "Butterflies and Hurricanes" and "Hysteria".

    I also enjoy working out to the more dramatic pieces from Vivaldi's "Four Seasons".

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    I Feel Love by Donna Summer

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    My exercise playlist is quite possibly the oddest mix of rock, pop, punk, soundtrack, oldies and whatever else ever compiled by a complete nerd!!!! Back in the day, my mom used to think the Village People were great exercise music! )

    Shook Me All Night Long(Remix featuring Bon Jovi, Metallica, Nirvana, Def Leppard, Van Halen, and Guns N' Roses)
    You Outta Know (Alanis Morrisette),
    Work This Out (High School Musical Soundtrack),
    Why Wait, (Cheetah Girls 2 Soundtrack)
    Welcome to the Jungle,
    Walk Away, (Kelly Clarkson)
    This Is Me, (Demi Lovato, Camp Rock soundtrack)
    Sweet Child Of Mine,
    Strut, (Cheetah Girls)
    Starstruck, (Lady Gaga),
    Fame,
    Poker Face,
    Playing with the Boys, (Kenny Loggins)
    My Sherona,
    Just Dance, (Gaga)
    You Learn, (Alanis)
    In the Rough, (Anna Nalick)
    Hear Me, (Kelly Clarkson)
    Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger, (Daft Punk)
    Footloose,
    Electric Youth, (Debbie Gibson)
    Consider This, (Anna Nalick)
    Breakaway, (Clarkson)
    Boys Boys Boys (Gaga) and
    Animal (Def Leppard)

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    My workout playlist:

    The Tomb Raider soundtrack
    As others mentioned, various Glee songs
    Both of Paramore's albums - they're pretty energetic pretty much all the time

    And then I have a "positive" playlist I love, with:

    Mika - We Are Golden
    Joanna Pacitti - Watch Me Shine
    Bon Jovi - It's My Life
    Melissa Ethridge - I Run For Life <~~~~FANTASTIC running song
    Ashley Ballard - Don't Get Lost In The Crowd
    P.Y.T. - We're Dancing
    Paramore - Let The Flames Begin
    U2 - Elevation
    Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack - Jai Ho
    Jennifer Cihi - The Power of Love
    International Five - First Kiss
    Mandy Moore - I Wanna Be With You (soul solution remix)
    Cyrena - Get Used To This
    Glee - Don't Stop Believin'
    Hoku - Perfect Day
    Erasure - A Little Respect
    Owl City - Fireflies


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