Your running playlist


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Pretty straightforward thread, for the ones that run (treadmill or outdoors jogging, everything counts). What's in your playlist? I'm trying to create my own and I'm stuck, seeing as I'm not the running sort or the dance/trance/thump-thump-music sort.
I'll start with what I've got so far:

Somebody to love - Boogie Pimps
Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz
Pump It - Black Eyed Peas (although it seems to be 16 minutes long. Yikes.)

Rhianna - sos, pon de replay, disturbia
Madonna - music, her last album
Brittney Spear - Blackout album
Timberlan - pretty much anything he colaborated with other artists like Nelly Fertado, Justin Timberlake
Nelly Fertado - Maneater, Permiscious
Justin Timberlake - last album
Daddy Yankie - Rompe
Anything that is pretty much dancable on the top 40 right now

(I need pumping music so I tend to go for the pop rockwhen going to the gym)

But I like all sorts of music!


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for a long time I just used my Jive playlist... kept my pace where I wanted it... (worked best on ellipticals rather than treadmills or outdoor jogging)

For jogging/running tend to use one thats a mix of Ace of Base, Rihanna, Shakira, and whatever else odd I want to throw in... aiming for happy/upbeat stuff...

If its a LSD day (Long Slow Distance) then I often use a celtic medley that I just enjoy and won't pull my pace up


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Do elaborate! (Alice Cooper could be considered 80s but I wouldn't jog to Poison. Or... would I? :rolleyes:)
I would, but who wants that much aural assault at 5:30 in the morning?

The current jogging playlist is light on the hair metal. Probably the heaviest thing on it right now is Whitesnake's "Here I Go Again."

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