>Running 101>Perfect (But Lesser Known) Songs that get your Ipod Poppin!
asa-chang & junray - hana
My leg won't stop mooing.
i think i've got a calf injury.
Twenty One Pilots - Holding On To You
"God guides us on our journey, but careful with those feet." - David Lee Roth, of all people
Da Weekend Warrior
Rehab - Amy Winehouse
Definitely will get you going... even if you are not a winehouse fan (were).
Baby Got Track
Anything by Boy Hits Car.
Leah, mother of goats
The late, great Doc Watson - anything of his that's uptempo. That said, I never listen to music while running. He tends to speed up my walks to work though.
an amazing likeness
This came up today after a couple hours mowing the lawn, and it was perfect. Roots rock, Canadian excellence..
I've done my best to live the right way. I get up every morning and go to work each day. (for now)
Not dead. Yet.
Thanks for the link! That song - in turn - brought to mind this well-known monster.
I think Gammy Ray rocks a little harder, and Frankenstein is a bit more melodic, but I totally see the comparison. They have similar spacey sounds mixed with a hard, aggressive beat. Fits like a glove in my Medium Core playlist.
Now you've got me thinking... maybe Karn Evil 9 - 1st Impression, Part 2 would fit too.
And down the rabbit hole we go.
How can we know our limits if we don't test them?
I dig this version of Tennessee Stud! I also get into his version of Sittin' on Top of the World
Another amazing flat picker.
Revenge of the Nerd
I find myself in a room, empty and it's bare
with nothing but a mirror and I know you're waiting there
I'm looking for an answer, but I don't know who to ask
I see my own reflection, but this time I got The Mask
One of these days is none of these days.
~ H.G. Bohn
This Local H cover of Britney Spears' "Toxic" cracks me up, and thus, I also find it mighty motivational.
Local H's cover on Youtube
xo man - quag
The Turnpike Down - Lemonheads
Goldfinger's cover of 99 Red Balloons
"It's such a fine line between stupid, and uh..."
"Yeah, and clever."
my two current favorite pace breakers:
clutch -- crucial velocity (perfect tempo hard rocker)
folly -- broken (NJ ska/punk/metal insanity; when all hell begins to break loose at 3:20, my pace drops to 3:20/mi)
Frankie Smith - Double Dutch Bus
This song caused me to turn a 3 mile easy run into a tempo. :-|