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12-04-2009, 06:39 PM
I've been running for a few weeks and have just been letting my ipod run on shuffle, but I hit a bad set of songs yesterday. So I created a playlist last night. What's on your playlist??

Here's mine for now:
Unbound (the wild ride) - avenged sevenfold
doomsday - atreyu
divide - disturbed
time will change your heart - blindside
room 409 - bullet for my valentine
system error - andy hunter
miracle - paramore
next go round - nickelback
indestructible - disturbed
when your heart stops beating - +44
the **** song - sum 41
breathing - yellowcard
going down in flames - 3 doors down
when two are one - atreyu
the poison - bullet for my valentine
I'm sorry - flyleaf
out of control - andy hunter
everytime I look for you - blink-182
there and back again - daughtry

12-04-2009, 07:16 PM
i usually just shuffle songs depending on my mood. sometimes i'm really into loud rap (kinda funny since i only listen to it while working out), othertimes i'm all about classical music.

here's my playlist from today:
The Decemberists - The Rake's Song
Green Day - 21st Century Breakdown
The Cure - Sleep When I'm Dead
The Killers - Somebody Told Me
Depeche Mode - Peace
Coldplay - Life in Technicolor ii
The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army
Black Eyed Peas - Boom Boom Pow
Lily Allen - 22
KT Tunstall - Hopeless
The Killers - Mr. Brightside
Snow Patrol - Run
Metro Station - True to Me
Ok Go - Here It Goes Again

12-04-2009, 07:51 PM
I love this. Mine is an hour workout cycle and takes me through warm-up and phase-down -- but by this point I'm completely used to it and a little bored.

Bullet And A Target Citizen Cope
Bom Bom Bom Living Things
Dirty Little Secret The All-American Rejects
Yeah! Usher featuring Lil' Jon & Ludacris
Mr. Blue Sky Electric Light Orchestra
Around The World ATC
Boyfriend Ashlee Simpson
Dark Blue Jack's Mannequin
Bad Reputation Halfcocked
Swing, Swing The All-American Rejects
Must Be the Money Nellie
A.M. Radio Everclear
All the Small Things Blink-182
Dancing Queen ABBA
Stitches The Dykeenies
For the Price of a Cup of Tea Belle & Sebastian

Anyone heard of Tangerine? Supposedly it lets you create music mixes to a certain rhythm (for running mixes) -- since I tend to adjust my pace to my music, I'm intrigued by the idea that you can motivate yourself by mixing playlists with high BPM.

Anyway, if you girls are interested in downloading my playlist as a mix I'm happy to put it up on rapidshare or another file program. (Skirting the edges of legality here, but I think it's okay as long as it's a mix...)

12-04-2009, 08:12 PM
Gracie789, I LOVE Seven Nation Army by White Stripes!

Here's my list (although I've also grown bored with it):

Der Kommissar by After the Fire
Don't Fear the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult
Got Money by Lil Wayne
In the Air Tonight by Phil Collins
In the Ayer by Flo Rida
November Rain by Guns n Roses
Sadness (Part 1) by Enigma
Shadow of the Day, Linkin Park
Try Again, Aaliyah
Twilight Zone, Golden Earring
Umbrella, Rihanna
Whatever You Like, TI
Kashmir, Led Zeppelin
Seven Nation Army, White Stripes

12-04-2009, 09:30 PM
I listen to a mixture of old school R&B, vintage 80s & 90s music, and contemporary pop/dance. This stuff is essential to my daily battles with the elliptical or the stationary bike, which would otherwise be unbearably tedious.

Hazy Shade of Winter, The Bangles
Candy, Cameo
Mr. Jones, Counting Crows
Lust for Life, Iggy Pop
I Want Her, Keith Sweat
Jungle Boogie, Kool and the Gang
My Old School, Steely Dan
Shut Up and Let Me Go, The Ting Tings
Sharp Dressed Man, ZZ Top
I Gotta Feeling, Black-Eyed Peas (no, I'm not sick of hearing it yet)
I Can't Go For That (No Can Do), Hall & Oates
Low, Flo Rida
Empire State of Mind, Jay Z, featuring Alicia Keys
Take Your Time (Do It Right), The S.O.S. Band
Shock the Monkey, Peter Gabriel
Sledgehammer, Peter Gabriel
Can't Let Go, Lucinda Williams
Back Stabbers, The O'Jays

12-04-2009, 10:50 PM
Anyone heard of Tangerine? Supposedly it lets you create music mixes to a certain rhythm (for running mixes) -- since I tend to adjust my pace to my music, I'm intrigued by the idea that you can motivate yourself by mixing playlists with high BPM.

Thank you so much for telling us about this!
I googled Tangerine (http://www.potionfactory.com/tangerine/) assuming it wouldn't work in Mac OS, but surprise - it's a Mac program.
I downloaded the 15 day free trial and I've been playing with it for an hour or so. I 'perfected' 3 new playlists and I plan to fool around with it some more tomorrow. It's really easy to use. My son has been looking for Christmas gift ideas, so I'm going to tell him I'd like the full version as a gift this year.

The FAQ gave a link to beaTunes (http://www.beatunes.com/), a similar product for Windows users, if anyone is interested.

Thanks again lackadaisy! :hug:

12-08-2009, 02:28 PM
Ok my playlist for the gym is over 200 songs because I get bored quickly. but heres my top favs

Paramore- misery business
Paramore- CRushCrushCrush
Finger Elevn- Paralyzer
Mika- Love today
Lil Wayne- A milli
Harvey Danger- flagpole sita
Pink Floyd the wall
Korn- Twisted transistor
Rage Against the machine- Gorilla radio
Tool- Schism
Robbie williams- Rock DJ
Ah Ha- Take on meMy Chemical Romance- Helena
Michael jackson- PYT
Flo Rida- Right Round
And thats a few

12-12-2009, 12:58 PM
tick tock-kesha
break my stride
wake me up before you go go :)
sugar-flo rida
true believer-e type
bulletproof-le roux
in for the kill-le roux

12-18-2009, 06:14 PM
I'm a little "technologically unadvanced"... I have an ipod, can I download music from other places (like this tangerine thing) and put it in my itunes??? That would awesome!