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    Favorite training music or music that gets you pumped?

    For me, it would be the Rocky 4 sountrack,Bloodsport soundtrack,& the Rob zombie Dragula matrix remix, and Joe satriani stuff like summer song,the extreamist,flying in a blue dream,etc. what about you guys?

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    punk/street punk.

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    AC/DC, Rage Against the Machine, Metallica & Linkin Park to name a few.

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    To name a few:
    Chemical Brothers, Jet, White Stripes, Hives, Blur and Strokes.

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    For stress relief (anti-work) it's usually a homemade disc of Disturbed, Drowning Pool, Godsmack, Metallica and others... fun stuff! Sometimes I'm looking for an all day'er and like to "feel the flow" with tamer stuff like DMB, Sarah, or David Gray.. yes, I'm all over the board when it comes to tunes

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    Rage Againts The Machine, NOFX, Stone Temple Pilots, and Rancid.

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    System of a down. slip knot you know the hard fast stuff .
    just don't get to into the music or you lose concentration fall into a ditch not fun
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    New Bomb Turks, Minor Threat, Fugazi, Man or Astro man?, various rock and roll and surf stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by pharmdee077
    For me, it would be the Rocky 4 sountrack,Bloodsport soundtrack,& the Rob zombie Dragula matrix remix, and Joe satriani stuff like summer song,the extreamist,flying in a blue dream,etc. what about you guys?
    Barry Manilow. Scissor Sisters.

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    pig destroyer, die my will, disengage

    who am i kidding
    the sound of my coworkers' voices makes me NEED to ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by pharmdee077
    For me, it would be the Rocky 4 sountrack,Bloodsport soundtrack,& the Rob zombie Dragula matrix remix, and Joe satriani stuff like summer song,the extreamist,flying in a blue dream,etc. what about you guys?
    man, ya'll are all crazy goths. (you're not really). Beatles all the way baby yeah!! I don't care what song it is as long as it takes my mind of the pain in my legs. I also like the Pogues.

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    john tesch's tour de france the early years!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flite
    john tesch's tour de france the early years!
    long live the synthesizer! haha

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    Nothing wrong with being a crazy Goth...

    Because my music is a blend... Pogues, Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys...

    But also some Pigface, Switchblade Symphony or Ministry (old "Mind is Terrible Thing" era)...

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    Rob Zombie

    1. Living Dead Girls
    2. Never Gonna Stop
    3. Dragula (actually like "regular" version better than Matrix remix)

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    Any good hip hop...

    GangStarr, The Roots, Lyrics Born, Method Man, Blackalicous, Dilated Peoples, Gift of Gab, J5....

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    Techno

    I ussually burn Techno mixes (no singing) with a steady beat..and (try) match cadence with the beat....

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    BeeGees

    Seriously. Not kidding. I also thought I would add, since no one has yet, that listening to music while riding is just stupid and if I see someone doing it I am going to bust them up.
    I AM JUST A JERK

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    alkaline trio for any occasion

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    haha... I did just that,

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirdir
    Seriously. Not kidding. I also thought I would add, since no one has yet, that listening to music while riding is just stupid and if I see someone doing it I am going to bust them up.
    I once rode up on a guy riding with a walkman headset on. I politely yelled out to him that I was coming by. Guess he didn't hear me cuz he steered into me as I passed and the collision really knocked the wind right outta him. Hope that dude learned his lesson that day.

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    IF you want to start with a positive vibe you can't go wrong with Bob Marley .

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    Ministry....... Just One Fix. One of the Hardest, Fastest songs ever !!! I play it at max volume on the way to the trailhead, when I get on the bike I feel like I can pedal right through 3 foot diameter oak trees !
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    The Pogues rocked, I wonder what's become of Shane McGowan? I like the Chili Peppers and Rush for the hard workouts, and if I'm chillin' I'll listen to the Grateful Dead, Jackson Browne, or maybe Gram Parsons...

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    He's in the Popes

    Quote Originally Posted by RobW
    The Pogues rocked, I wonder what's become of Shane McGowan? I like the Chili Peppers and Rush for the hard workouts, and if I'm chillin' I'll listen to the Grateful Dead, Jackson Browne, or maybe Gram Parsons...

    Shane McGowen plays with the Popes now.
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    Good job!

    The Offspring!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleddog
    Shane McGowen plays with the Popes now.
    Are they still a band and are they recording new music? I've got the first Shane McGowan and the Popes CD, wasn't favorably impressed when comparing it to the Pogues, and sorta lost sight of what he (Shane) was doing. I know he was hitting the bottle pretty hard around the time of the Pogues breakup, and in all honesty figured he'd been deep sixed by now...

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    Bluegrass Baby!!!

    Acoustic Syndicate, Stength in Numbers, Bela Fleck, Leftover Salmon, SCI, etc..

    Or if that isn't working:
    Rage
    Chili Peppers (Pre BSSM)
    Incubus
    Grateful Dead
    Rush (Pre Moving Pictures)
    Mother Love Bone
    Alice in Chains
    Jane's Addiction


    Also, all over the place, although I have to admit I have not heard of about 60% of the bands already mentioned....

    I just like to get a good rift in my head right before I ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by commo_soulja
    I once rode up on a guy riding with a walkman headset on. I politely yelled out to him that I was coming by. Guess he didn't hear me cuz he steered into me as I passed and the collision really knocked the wind right outta him. Hope that dude learned his lesson that day.

    Here are 'headphones' (quite literally) from Vonia, these as you can see don't cover the ears, so don't reduce the amount of external noise coming in. They work using "bone conduction tranducers", sounds scary doesn't it. The sound quality is average then again you should be concentrating on riding than every sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgt_hedgehog
    I also like the Pogues.
    Ever heard the Tossers?

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    For preride I

    listen to The Offspring, Green Day, Smashing Pumpkins or some Candlebox. After rides I like to slow it down and listen to some STP.
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    on the way to the trailhead i like spineshank, slipknot, tool, godsmack, metallica, or korn. the fast stuff in particular.

    Rita

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    More of the same...

    DK, Reverend Horton Heat, PE, Rage, Op Ivy, Suicide Machines, Minor Threat, Jaya the Cat...anything that's fast and pissed off

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    This may sound wierd but . . .

    Here goes my first post . . .

    This may sound REALLY wierd, but the music that gets me the most pumped is the soundtracks to The Lion King and The Little Mermaid. Here's the explanation...

    In highschool we were allowed to listen to walkmen while jogging before wrestling practice. However I didn't have a portable CD player, only a tape player. And the only tapes I could find in my room were those two soundtracks (from when I was younger). So subconsciously, my brain gets all psyched and my body works harder when I hear Under the Sea. Thanks for listening all. And Hakuna Matata to you too.

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    New question here. Not 100% sure...

    Quote Originally Posted by RobW
    Are they still a band and are they recording new music? I've got the first Shane McGowan and the Popes CD, wasn't favorably impressed when comparing it to the Pogues, and sorta lost sight of what he (Shane) was doing. I know he was hitting the bottle pretty hard around the time of the Pogues breakup, and in all honesty figured he'd been deep sixed by now...

    They may not be together... the last time I had tickets to see him here in Detroit, the band showed up... he did not. A friend who worked at the venue told me he drank himself unconscious at the bar next door, and never made it to St. Andrew's. I have a great live CD of him, where he is singing very clearly, but then when he speaks in between songs, it's unintelligible.

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    yea mostly what gets me pumped is some van halen and janes addiction stuff
    "Work hard, Ride harder"

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    Killswitch Engage, God Forbid, Slayer, Lamb of God, Hatebreed, anything metal and hard.

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    all, h20, agent orange, bad brains, dead milkmen, nofx, pistol grip.

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    i rock the rad soundtrack. best movie and soundtrack ever

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    try SOMA FM.com
    anything of that quality gets me pretty pumped if I can find some punk rocker music that get's me going like "The Chemical Brothers" or "The Crystal Method"

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    Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Ghetto Mom , Over and over ,Killer wolf , Mean Heart
    Reverend Horton Heat- 400 bucks , Manic , Devils chasin me, San Jacinto, Marijana
    Rush - Workin man , Fly by night , Subdivisions
    AC/DC - Shes got balls , Want blood you got it , TNT , Oi pretty much anything AC/DC
    DEVO - Whip it , working in a coal mine , Through being cool, Timing X/Space junk ,
    Foo Fighters
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
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    Good hip hop is No hip hop.

    Quote Originally Posted by YetiTrailRider
    GangStarr, The Roots, Lyrics Born, Method Man, Blackalicous, Dilated Peoples, Gift of Gab, J5....
    No personal flaming intended, I just really hate that genre of music.

    Me, i like rock. ACDC, Linkin Park, Yellow Card, The Ataris, Ozzy... stuff like that. I don't listen to music while riding though.

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    This Bike is a Pipe Bomb

    Aside from their cool name, they have good music. Sort of folkish punk. You can download free (legal) mp3's of their music here:

    http://www.plan-it-x.com/songs.html



    remember, if you're going to listen to your iPod on the trail, make sure you sing along really loud so everyone knows you're coming.

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    NWA....100 miles and runnin.

    That's the best song. The Thermals, Hey Mercedes, and the Datsuns work well too.

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    Good job! RUSH...by far

    Have to go with RUSH!!
    Greatest band ever and three of the GREATEST musicians ever!
    Still together---just went and saw them June 30th for their 30th Anniversary Tour.
    Still together being that drummer Neil Peart's wife and only daughter died both died whitin a year of each other. Just came out with a new cover tune CD and working on a new studio album to come out 05 or so

    Neil Peart - Greatest Drummer EVER...hands down. Writes awesome lyrics
    Geddy Lee - One of the greatest bassists...unmistakeable voice.
    Alex Lifeson - And I quote from Thom Jurek of All Music Guide, " And Alex Lifeson, ever the band player, is, simply the greatest arena rock guitarist in the world!"

    There you have it.

    I listen to Dream Theater, Collective Soul, Robert Randolph and the Family Band...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pharmdee077
    For me, it would be the Rocky 4 sountrack,Bloodsport soundtrack,& the Rob zombie Dragula matrix remix, and Joe satriani stuff like summer song,the extreamist,flying in a blue dream,etc. what about you guys?
    The sound of my creaking fork... damn xfly pos!
    But I got a mp3 player now so maybe I'll bring it out on rides when I'm alone.
    I dont know what sounds would be good to ride to though. I guess it'll depend on the song.

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    Good job! Satch Rules!

    I myself am a HUGE Joe Satriani fan. Love to listen to Flying in a Blue Dream, Summer Song, Surfing With the Alien, The Extremist, Satch Boogie.... he's brilliant.

    Proboly like Steve Vai a little more esp.. Bad Horsie, The Boy From Seattle, Tender Surrender, For The Love Of God, The Riddle, Greasy Kid's Stuff, Liberty, Erotic Nightmares....

    Eric Johnsons good too....Cliffs of Dover!!

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    Darkest Hour, Unearth, The Black Dahlia Murder, God Forbid, Into The Moat

    a little trash, a little melodic death...

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    Mostly Stuff My band might cover

    I play drums in a band and i like to preview music the boys want to cov. I use a cheapo MP3 player as i don't have it up very loud. At least not as loud as a trucks airhorn!

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    Greyboy Allstars, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Galactic, AGP, Millencolin, Guttermouth, Pulley, Souls of Mischief, Hieroglyphics, Old Jamiroquai...., Zappa!

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    I don't listen while riding, but like to get a good song stuck in my head to motivate me and enhance the ride. Two songs come to mind...

    "Blurry" by Puddle of Mud
    "Slither" by Velvet Revolver


    This sh*t gets the blood pumping!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleddog
    Because my music is a blend... Pogues, Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys...

    But also some Pigface, Switchblade Symphony or Ministry (old "Mind is Terrible Thing" era)...
    If you're into the Irish Punk groove. Give the Tossers a try.

    Lately, I've been listening to, Toy Dolls, Dwight Yoakum, and The Decemberists.

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    This is surprising...

    Very cool to see people like bands (or genres) I thought no one else liked.

    Age of Ruin
    At The Gates
    In Flames
    Zao
    Coalesce
    Botch
    Cave In (pre Jupiter, sorry)
    CONVERGE
    Dillinger Escape Plan


    Bane
    Gorilla Biscuits
    Youth of Today

    Modest Mouse
    Dismemberment Plan
    mewithoutYou

    Coletrane, Mingus, Parker, Shorter, Gordon, Morgan, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterjames
    Very cool to see people like bands (or genres) I thought no one else liked.

    Age of Ruin
    At The Gates
    In Flames
    Zao
    Coalesce
    Botch
    Cave In (pre Jupiter, sorry)
    CONVERGE
    Dillinger Escape Plan


    Bane
    Gorilla Biscuits
    Youth of Today

    Modest Mouse
    Dismemberment Plan
    mewithoutYou

    Coletrane, Mingus, Parker, Shorter, Gordon, Morgan, etc.
    It's how I pay the bills http://www.lovelostrecords.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesacrifice
    It's how I pay the bills http://www.lovelostrecords.com
    So that's your label? I'll have to place an order!

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    For downhill - Ride of the Valkyries
    Climbing - Rammstein's Du Hast or Techno

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    Slayer, Motorhead, Place of Skulls, Hidden Hand, Minor Threat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louis
    Greyboy Allstars, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Galactic, !
    You missed out then. Robert Walters played at the Tour de Fat in SF last Saturday at a free concert in the park to raise money for bike advocacy.

    george
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    My favorite albums on the way to the trailhead

    God Ween Satan: The Oneness
    Ice Cube: The Predator
    Iron Maiden: Live After Death
    Van Halen: 1984
    Rage Against the Machine: Renegades
    Sound of Urchin: Orange EP
    Meat Puppets: Too High to Die
    "Takin' my time, choosin' my line, tryin' to decide what to do."

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    I like rock, punk, ska, that sorta thing, really I'll listen to anything.

    Like Offspring, Millencolin, Green Day, Foo Fighters, Goldfinger, NOFX, Linkin Park, Barenaked Ladies, Reel Big Fish, and I can't believe no-one mentioned Blink 182!

    I used to listen to Hip Hop more frequently, but I'm getting tired of the same Ho's 'n Hummers, and the nonstop bling-bling, so to hell with that!

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    Ummmm..... I am surprised that someone finally said that they like the least talented band I have ever heard of called Blink 182
    Their terrible and have no talent

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    On the way to the trailhead lately, almost exclusively have to hear "16, 16" by David Grisman before I unload.

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    I am Very surprised that no one has ever mentioned one of the best, most talented, and most influential bands of them all... The Beatles. I mean Comon if you didn't know most of the hard rock and metal stuff these days came from the beatles song "Helter Skelter" and they have many tunes that will be stuck in your head. I play guitar and I am amazed at the talent and creativity that they put into this. I used to be really into punk and ska, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger, etc. and I got bored. It's all the same!!! All use "barre" (Spelled the correct way) Chords and use the same form. I sometimes call it the "T" form since on the fretboard it makes a "T" Shape! and almost everysong did just that. So with the Beatles you can have your nice easy-going stuff and you can also have your hard stuff like Helter Skelter... Give it a try!!!

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    man, im not old but i have to say the only music i like is CLASSIC ROCK ALLL THE WAY, the beatles, the who, 3 dog night. i even get into some stuff of the fifties. long live classic rock!!!!

    P.S: LED ZEP!!!


    ohh yes i dont listen while i ride, i sing it in my head, im a drummer also so i got the beats down!

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    If your a drummer than you must like Neil Peart.
    Greatest Drummer ever!
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    Quote Originally Posted by geddy2112
    Ummmm..... I am surprised that someone finally said that they like the least talented band I have ever heard of called Blink 182
    Their terrible and have no talent
    Ok I can understand if you're a little older and likely have no sense of humour so you can't get past their immaturity, but I would hardly call them no talents. If they really sucked so much why have they been around so long?

    Not that it matters, this thread isn't about what you hate anyways but what you like to listen to.

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    Try some of this...

    Quote Originally Posted by pharmdee077
    For me, it would be the Rocky 4 sountrack,Bloodsport soundtrack,& the Rob zombie Dragula matrix remix, and Joe satriani stuff like summer song,the extreamist,flying in a blue dream,etc. what about you guys?
    ...I like to listen to Rammstein. That stuff gets me really pumped before a ride. Also good are: Prodigy, Linkin Park, System of a down, Audioslave and some electronic music (at times).

    Now its back to my ride.... "ICH WILL......" =)

    Cohiba

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    Quote Originally Posted by geddy2112
    If your a drummer than you must like Neil Peart.
    Greatest Drummer ever!
    Sure, if you like drummers who have to write out all their music before they play it. C'Mon! Everyone knows that Vinnie Caliuta owns all other drummers. Who else can play a 29/13 groove?

    For other drummers who destroy Peart, see also: Jojo Meyer, Dennis Champers, Dave Weckle and for some tasty jungle grooves, check out Lake Trout's drummer, Mike Lowry

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