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    Cycling music

    Heres some cycling music for everyones enjoyment.

    http://socialbliss.com/nickpress/?page_id=17

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    I dunno about cycling music I might be laughing alil to hard...haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnlabay
    I dunno about cycling music I might be laughing alil to hard...haha
    Laughing and cycling? It's illegal you know. haha

    What songs did you download?

    Fart Knocker?

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    ok serious , what are some good somes to actually cycle too .. likes upbeat and fast with a fast temp?
    http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/6...zysmall4uh.gif Old "Classic" Vitus "Riding bicycles is sort of like riding motorcycles. It's not "if" you will crash. It's more like, "when" you crash." Specialized Allez Elite www.aviationforum.org www.wiredopinion.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtlAllez
    ok serious , what are some good somes to actually cycle too .. likes upbeat and fast with a fast temp?
    Ok serious, lol what do you think of those tunes?

    its all me, drums, bass guitar vocals keyboard.

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    sounds like a wanabee weird al yanovitch
    http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/6...zysmall4uh.gif Old "Classic" Vitus "Riding bicycles is sort of like riding motorcycles. It's not "if" you will crash. It's more like, "when" you crash." Specialized Allez Elite www.aviationforum.org www.wiredopinion.com

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    AtlAllez, Don't insult me like that, lol.

    Weird al is a big ol' ****

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    BUMP lol

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    Brilliant...Fart Knocker...tempo is actually perfect for spinning, 60 bpm is easy to double up to 120 rpm. Hilarious.
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    A little hard for my tastes. Do you have any Grateful Dead??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtlAllez
    ok serious , what are some good somes to actually cycle too .. likes upbeat and fast with a fast temp?
    just your favourite FM station

    one of the joy's of life is hammering along when Radar Love or Smoke On the Water comes on....

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    its all about journey mixtapes while riding

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    Here's whats on my mp3 player's Cycling playlist.

    System of a down - Innervision, Chop Suey
    Disturbed - Stupify, Conflict, Fear, Meaning of life, Voices
    Crush - Jellyhead
    Slipknot - Wait and bleed
    Green Day - Burnout, welcome to paradise
    Judas Priest - painkiller, eat me alive, breaking the law, touch of evil, sinner, freewheel burning, nightcrawler, turbo lover, reckless
    Iron Maiden - wasted years, aces high, the number of the beast, be quick or be dead, fear of the dark, phantom of the opera
    Avril lavigne - losing grip, naked, complicated
    Ozzy - no more tears, suicide solution, crazy train, bark at the moon, rock n' roll rebel, breaking all the rules
    Offpring - come out and play
    Orff - Carmina burana - o fortuna
    Aerosmith - walk this way, sweet emotion
    The lord of the rings soundtrack-return of the king - ride of the rohirrim, the white tree
    Metallica - the unforgiven I & II, the memory remains, fuel
    The beatles - a hard day's night, day tripper, eleanor rigby, paperback writer, ticket to ride, can't buy me love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nachoman
    A little hard for my tastes. Do you have any Grateful Dead??????
    No, at the moment i don't really have any of the dead. But I was wanting yalls input on the tunes i wrote and recorded!

    Tell me what you think
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    I listen to Counting Crows before I take off. Weird, I know, but I think it may help with my pacing or something. If I have a hard song on repeat, my brain automatically pushes it out of the consciousness for self-preservation when my body feels the reprocutions.

    Generic Linkin Park (don't judge me) 30 minutes before while I'm stretching etc. and then hit it hard with "Long December" right before I walk out the door.

    It's a nice contrast to the energy drink coursing through my veins. Eh, whatever works.

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    rage against the machine, always gets me going when riding..

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    Comparing that music to Al is insulting. At least Al was funny, sounded good, had great tunes and had a nice hidden ironic message that one could either relate to or laugh with/at.
    Life is about hanging onto what you think is important and finding out what really is important.
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    DHT - Listen to your heart
    There's a lot of electronic dance music that is good cycling music.

    slvoid's list is pretty good also except for maybe the last line
    Life is about hanging onto what you think is important and finding out what really is important.
    "Stop Ruining my joke!", "No, a joke implies humor attached at no additional cost"
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    I listen to Zapp before I race. All the songs are about the same things (dancing, dance floors, watching people dance) and at the same tempo, which helps with cadence. After seeing slvoid's Judas Priest selection, I might have to change all that.

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