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11 Apr 2009 08:59

I wouldn´t dare listening to music while on the road- isn´t that a certain recipe for disaster? While spinning it´s abother matter, however I´m not so keen on the generic techno that most gyms seem to prefer.
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11 Apr 2009 23:32

The Prodigy!
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13 Apr 2009 16:01

schism wrote:Tool, Metallica, Slayer, Pantera etc etc.........they get me moving but I listen to a wide range of stuff


+1, especially if I'm doing intervals.
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17 Apr 2009 05:02

Rammstein is my fav for getting through intervals esp. Laichzeit, and have recently got into another German band - Eisbrecher. Only problem is I have a tendency to want to sing along!

Recently started playing podcasts - Cadence Revolution is good.

If I'm just out for a cruise or recovery ride I love having the Hell on Wheels (Hollentour) soundtrack and remember the bits in the movie where the music plays.
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17 Apr 2009 11:59

Merckx wrote:Normally I don't listen to anything when I'm on the road but I find Warp Brothers to be effective to get primed. What kind of music do you guys listen to while riding and/or to get pumped up?


Jerry Lee Lewis. The real Killer.
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17 Apr 2009 15:47

C A S H ! ! !
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23 Apr 2009 00:56

Johnny Cash...very good. However, I love to listen to audiobooks on long rides. Time just slips by.
Cheers...Daryl

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23 Apr 2009 01:12

I personally dig the medieval music they use in "Le Course en Tete." Works best for these first cycling days of spring:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFIE9UyVlK0


Also, watch this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwHK8een_dY&feature=related

listening to this audio:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5S0dkLZoTg
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