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  • HALOjen Legend 1,305 posts since
    Dec 14, 2007
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    120. Feb 10, 2008 7:37 PM (in response to helen82)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?

    I don't usually run with music because I am with a group when I run outdoors.  If I am by myself, I do prefer the solitude to the music.  However, I would not survive running on the treadmill without my ipod.  I like an eclectic mix when I'm running, but the more upbeat songs are more motivating for me...


    Warm-Up/Cool Down

    Fight Outta You - Ben Harper

    Give a Little Love - Rilo Kiley

    Home - Chris Daughtry



    Little Favours - KT Tunstall

    Bodyrock - Moby

    Put Your Hands On Me - Joss Stone

    Rusty Cage - Johnny Cash version

    Hella Good - No Doubt

    Car Wheels On A Gravel Road - Lucinda Williams

    Send Me On My Way - Rusted Root

    What I Like About You - The Ramones

    Snow - Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Steady As She Goes - The Raconteurs

    The Denial Twist - White Stripes

    Learning to Fly - Tom Petty

    The Best - Tina Turner

    Comfort Eagle - Cake

    Here Comes the Hotstepper - Ini Kamoze

    I Walk the Line - Johhny Cash

    Island in the Sun - Weezer

    Say It Right - Nelly Furtado

    Chewing Gum - Annie

    Everybody Got Their Something - Nikki Costa

    Beat Connection - LCD Soundsystem

    Run Like Hell - Pink Floyd

    I will run for cupcakes!!

  • jeffbc94 Expert 45 posts since
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    121. Feb 11, 2008 11:11 AM (in response to HALOjen)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?


    I found the other thread in "equipment and gear" - there are a few other suggestions here:





  • jeffbc94 Expert 45 posts since
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    122. Mar 10, 2008 7:42 PM (in response to jeffbc94)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?


    The best of the second half of my playlist - hope there are a few gems in there for you!



    A Praise Chorus - Jimmy Eat World

    Hysteria - Muse

    Without Me - Eminem

    The Space Between - Dave Matthews Band

    Everlong - Foo Fighters

    ‘Till I Collapse - Eminem

    All I Want is You - U2

    Float On - Modest Mouse

    Like a Stone - Audioslave

    16 Military Wives - Decemberists

    Sugar, We're Goin Down - Fall Out Boy

    I'm Not Okay (I Promise) - My Chemical Romance

    How About You - Staind

    Walk On - U2

    I Miss You - Blink 182

    Don't Phunk With My Heart - Black Eyed Peas

    Take a Picture - Filter

    Busy Child - The Crystal Method

    Crawling - Linkin Park

    Swing, Swing - The All-American Rejects

    The Secret's in the Telling - Dashboard Confessional

    Business - Eminem

    Low - Coldplay

    Give a Little Bit - The Goo Goo Dolls

    Bad - U2

    Stan - Eminem

    Lying From You - Linkin Park

    Mona Lisa - Guster

    Crazy - Gnarls Barkley

    SOS - Rihanna

    Road Outside Columbus - OAR

    More Human Than Human - White Zombie

    Bend and Not Break - Dashboard Confessional

    Like I Love You - Justin Timberlake

    Hands Down - Dashboard Confessional

    Maneater - Nelly Furtado

    The Underdog - Spoon

    Fans - Kings of Leon

    Grace Kelly - Mika

    Apologize - One Republic

    Lovestoned - Justin Timberlake

    Diablo Rojo - Rodrigo y Gabriela

    Drift and Die - Puddle of Mudd

    Control - Puddle of Mudd

    Blurry - Puddle of Mudd

    Middle Distance Runner - Sea Wolf

    The Pretender - Foo Fighters

    Straight Lines - Silverchair

    Heavy - Collective Soul

    Paralyzer - Finger Eleven

    Pictures of You - The Last Goodnight

    Extreme Ways - Moby

    Radio Nowhere - Bruce Springsteen

    How Far We've Come - Matchbox Twenty



  • nrc2b Rookie 3 posts since
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    123. Apr 1, 2008 12:25 PM (in response to helen82)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?

    Spoon's "Take a Walk" has a great beat.

  • Eco13 Expert 56 posts since
    Feb 18, 2008
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    124. Apr 2, 2008 2:08 PM (in response to jeffbc94)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?


    Jeffbc, you have a great playlist!






    In the interest of brevity, I'll just summarize my playlist by saying aggresive music like hard rock/punk is what drives me to run faster. Two songs in particular that give me a little extra boost:



    "How Fast Can You Run" by Rocco de Luca (how ironic!)



    "Far Behind" by Social Distortion



  • LILACDRAGONFLY Rookie 6 posts since
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    125. Apr 14, 2008 6:03 AM (in response to Eco13)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?


    I tend to listen to music when i'm on the treadmill, because it's so boring! The song that does it for me is I believe in a thing called love - The darkness. I just listen to it again and again, it helps me to just keep on going  as i just say to myself oh i'll just listen to it once more and it helps me keep the pace even.



  • RKHII83 Pro 166 posts since
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    126. Apr 18, 2008 7:40 PM (in response to LILACDRAGONFLY)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?


    "Scarlet Begonias - Fire On The Mountain" - Grateful Dead from the Barton Hall show, 5/8/77.  25+ minutes of Jerry and the boys jamming away - works out to an 8:40 pace - makes Miles 7-10 disappear in a Half.  I count on this one to get me through the Wall every time.  



  • Trish18 Legend 457 posts since
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    127. Apr 19, 2008 6:01 PM (in response to helen82)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?

    I have a new addition that I'd like to put on the list... "How Far We've Come" - Matchbox 20. It has such a frenetic, manic tempo that makes it fun to run to.

    Community Development Specialist | Team Sports
  • Runner Chick'en Pro 145 posts since
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    128. Apr 26, 2008 5:07 PM (in response to helen82)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?

    I use September by Earth, Wind and Fire as my power song!  It really gets me pumped on those long runs and races!

  • lahrunner Pro 103 posts since
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    129. Apr 27, 2008 10:49 AM (in response to Runner Chick'en)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?

    Hey Runner Chick'en!!  Nice to see a familiar name here.   I see the Prof. has visited, too.   I miss the ol' Team EyePod gang.  If any of you are looking to run the VA Bch Rock 'n Roll Half or the Marine Corps this year, consider running for a charity that I'm involved with that provides after school programs for elementary and middle school students.  Here's the link:   You can register for either race through that site.


    As for my favorite running songs.....oh, there are so many!  Here are some of the songs that got me through the L.A. Marathon (until my Pod died!!):




    • Going to California, Led Zeppelin

    • Heaven/Where True Love Goes, Yusef Islam (the artist formerly known as Cat Stevens)

    • Take Me to the River, Talking Heads

    • Lose Yourself, Eminem

    • Clocks, Coldplay

    • 1234, Feist

    • Shut Your Eyes, Snow Patrol

    • Better Man, Pearl Jam

    • Freedom, George Michael

    • Baba O'Reilly, The Who

    • I Confess, The English Beat

    • I Love L.A., Randy Newman

    • When You Were Young, The Killers

    • Wanna Be Startin' Somethin', Michael Jackson

    • Radio Nowhere, Bruce Sprinsteen

    • Flathead, The Fratellis

    • Beautiful Day, U2

    • Dreams, Van Halen

    • Every Picture Tells A Story, Rod Stewart

    • Vertigo, U2


    Rock on, Team EyePod! 

  • Diertac Rookie 4 posts since
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    130. Jun 10, 2008 9:09 AM (in response to helen82)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?

    I listen to my iPod on the treadmill and on the local 2 mile loop. It's the only way I can run.


    Best for me:

    • Don't Tell Me by Madonna

    • Blood Makes Noise by Suzanne Vega (this is my #1 running song, perfect pace, perfect rhythm)

    • Slim Shady and Lose Yourself by Eminem

    • Let's Get It Started & Pump It by the BEP

    • We Care A Lot - don't remember who it's by, but I downloaded it after watching "Dirty Jobs" and remembering how much I love that song

    • Opening Credits Theme from Men in Black by Danny Elfman (no, not Will Smith's song, this is just the instrumental music). For that matter, LOTS of stuff by Danny Elfman is fun to run to.

    • Babylon 5 theme songs, great for a quick short sprint

    • Theme from Mission Impossible

    • One of the James Bond themes by Moby

    • Cantaloop (forget who this song is by)

    • Devil Went Down to Georgia by the CDB

    • Just a Ride by Jem


  • PeotryInMotion Rookie 6 posts since
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    131. Jun 11, 2008 7:20 PM (in response to helen82)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?


    Phantom of the Opera Techno Remix



    Sining in the Rain Remix- Mint Royale



    Dirty Little Secret -All American Rejcts



    I like the way you move - Bodyrockers



    Technologic- Daft Punk



    Overdose- DJ Aligator



    Run the Show - Kat Deluna



    Church - T-pain



    Just Dance- Lady Gaga ft. Akon



    California- Metro Station



    Mambo 5. - Lou Bega



    Drive my Soul- Lights (it's a slow one)



    4 minutes to save the world- JT & Madonna



    What you like- Nicole



    Hella Good- No Doubt



    u+ur hand - Pink



    Trouble- Pink



    Born to Win= Papoose



    Face Down- Red Jump suit apparatus



    Disturbia- Rihanna



    Im'ma Shine- Youngbloodz



    Flaunt It- TV Rock



    Let's Go (Clean) - Trick Daddy



    Shake That- Eminem



    The Runner- Ian Thomas



  • pamburrus Pro 136 posts since
    May 14, 2008
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    132. Jun 16, 2008 4:52 PM (in response to helen82)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?


    Woah!!  A lot of great song suggestions!!



    I've been working on my new running mix - here is what I have so far (although I'm going to add a lot of the songs suggested in this thread)



    Psapp - HiDaft Punk - Harder, Better, Faster, StrongerFinger Eleven - ParalyzerQueen - Don't Stop Me NowPanic! At the Disco - I Write Sins Not TragediesFall Out Boy - Dance, DanceJunior Senior - Move Your FeetMy Chemical Romance - Welcome to the Black ParadeThe Why Store - Lack of WaterGreen Day - MinorityBody Rockers - I like the way you moveJamaraquoi - virtual insanityJason Mraz - The Remedy Prodigy - Breathe

    Paul Oakenfold - Ready Steady GoDirty Vegas - Days Go ByZombie Nation - Kernkraft 400




    My PR's (post kid haha)

    Beat the Street for Little Feet 5k: 26:34

    Big Peach Sizzler 10K: 52:21

    Downhill at Dawn Half Marathon: 1:55:02 (first and only other than one that I ran with a friend to pace her)

    Soldier Marathon: 4:09:16 (first and only so far...)

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  • orionstarr Amateur 17 posts since
    Feb 4, 2008
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    133. Jun 17, 2008 5:56 AM (in response to helen82)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?


    Check out my latest running I-mix.



    Loud and inspiring!  








  • Radar Runner Amateur 11 posts since
    Jun 20, 2008
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    134. Jun 21, 2008 9:13 PM (in response to helen82)
    Re: favorite running song(s)?

    Well I seem to be the opposite of "old school" im more into the new age type of stuff which would be something along the lines of hardcore/punk and such. Im not too sure why, but it seems to really pump me up and get me into the moment. I find that in slower songs i get off topic and end up getting to much into what i am doing. Honestly im not one to really train with music yet when I do its more to get me motivated. Some of the songs would be Chiodos, A Skylit Drive, At the Throne of Judgement, and those types of music; NOTE: if you are not for hardcore do not even look them up. This music is more the kind of stuff that gets anger out and gets you extremely motivated (well, me at least).



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