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No Name - U2 Are You Gonna Be My Girl - Jet Pounding - Doves Somebody Told Me - The Killers Police On My Back - Lethal Bizzle Last Train to Transcentral - The KLF Call On Me (Radio Edit) - Eric Prydz Non-Believer - La Rocca Hoppípolla - Sigur Rós Pacific State by 808 State Fine Day (James Holden Remix) - Kirsty Hawkshaw Can't Stand Me Now - The Libertines Mr. Brightside - The Killers Alive & Amplified - The Mooney Suzuki Fighter - Christina Aguilera Get It Together - The Go! Team ELO - Mr. Blue Sky Also by some user @runnersworld.co.uk 1. Eternal Dream - Deep Forest (I don't understand Japanese, but love the music) 2. To France - Mike Oldfield 3. I Hear You Calling - Gob 4. Bochum - Herbert Grönemeyer (I speak German, so this isn't a problem) 5. Train Of Thought - a-ha 6. Other Side Of The World - KT Tunstall 7. A Boy Named Sue (uncensored version) - Johnny Cash 8. We No Speak Americano - Yolanda Be Cool 9. 99 Luftballons - Nena (another German one) 10. Down In The Past - Mando Diao 11. Wizards In Winter - Trans-Siberian Orchestra 12. Basket Case - Green Day 13. Ironic - Alanis Morrisette 14. Games Without Frontiers - Peter Gabriel 15. My Favourite Game - Cardigans 16. I Would Walk 500 Miles - Proclaimers Another one, 1. The Prodigy - Warriors Dance 2. Saw doctors - To win just once 3. Snoop Dogg - Sweat 4. Kanye West - Stronger 5. Kanye West - Heartles 6.Example - Changed the way you kiss me 7. Roy Jone Jr - Go hard or go home 8. Roy Jone Jr - Cant be touched 9. Eminem - Till I collapse 10. 50 cent - Ready for war 11. Simian Mobile Disco - Audacity of huge 12. Calvin Harris - Bounce 13. Rhianna - Run this town 14. Pendulum - Islands
15. The XX - Crystallise
01 Runner's World Playlist No. 1 (Continuous Mix) 76:21 02 Lovely Day Artist: Bill Withers3:49 03 Search For The Hero Artist: M People 6:13 04 Walking On Sunshine Artist: Katrina (Formerly of Katrina & The Waves) 3:57 05 When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going, Artist: Billy Ocean 4:07 06 Young Hearts Run Free Artist: Candi Staton 3:43 07 Don't Upset The Rhythm (Go Baby Go) Artist: Rox Alert 5:51 08 Get Ready For This Artist: Calimacho 3:34 09 Ready To Go Artist: Republica 5:02 10 I'm Not Alone (Radio Edit) Artist: Calvin Harris 3:33 11 Carnival De Paris Artist: Dario G 4:02 12 Barber's Adagio For Strings (Ferry Corsten Remix)
Artist: William Orbit 3:44 13 Keep On Running (DJ Tech Mix) Artist: Motor Grooves 3:41 14 She's So Lovely Artist: Scouting For Girls 3:44 15 Hit The Road Jack (Extended Mix) Artist: Kid Groove 5:19 16 No Limit Artist: HyperDrive 5:49 17 Music Sounds Better With You Artist: Ruff Loaderz & Cut Up Boys 6:38 18 Flashdance...What A Feeling Artist: Irene Cara 4:04 19 One Day In Your Life Artist: Anastacia 3:27 20 Positive Emotion (Home Leg (Warm Down Version)) Artist: Bobal Rembrandt 5:42
1. Radioactive by Imagine Dragons One of the keys to a good playlist is the right start, and "Radioactive" is just the right song to be first on the list. This hot rock song may start out mellow , but once it gets going, it REALLY gets going. The lyrics say I'm waking up, I f eel it in my bones, and that s exactly how you want to feel once you start your ro utine -- energized and ready to go. Buy it! 2. Get Lucky by Daft Punk From Random Access Memories, the latest album of popular French band Daft Punk, Get Lucky is a summer 2013 hit that begs you to move! This collaboration with Pharrell Williams is a great addi tion to your workout playlist, but beware: the lyrics will get into your head fo r the rest of the day!
Buy it! 3. So What by P!nk With the animosity and strength in her voice, P!nk is always perfect for a worko ut playlist. So What boasts lyrics of revenge and commitment to move on. She screa ms, So what, I m still a rock star, loudly enough to make you want to sing it along with her. Plus, it s got a great beat and fun lyrics which will push you to your l imit. Buy it! 4. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana Yes, it s official: we can now call Nirvana songs in, Krist Novoselic, and Dave Grohl, Smells Like and lead single from Nirvana s 1991 second album, classic is sure to have you taking out your anger or at the gym. You are guaranteed to be sweating e very least, you ll be out of breath. Buy it!
classic rock. Written by Kurt Coba Teen Spirit is the opening track Nevermind. This early '90s grunge and aggression on the pavement by the end of this song. At th
5. (I Can t Get No) Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones (I Can t Get No) Satisfaction, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, was released by The Rolling Stones in the summer of 1965. It was the Stones first number one hit in the U.S. The song initially played only on pirate radio stations because its lyrics were consider ed too sexually suggestive. From the moment this song starts with that infamous guitar riff, you ll feel the urge to move. Even Steve Van Zandt (who s a member of B ruce Springsteen s E Street Band) called it the riff heard round the world, because it s so catchy. You ll get a workout just trying to keep up with the beat! Buy it! 6. You Shook Me All Night Long by AC/DC This is Australian rock band AC/DC s hit song from their July 1980 album, Back in Black. "You Shook Me All Night Long" placed at number 10 on VH1's list of "The 100 Greatest Songs of the 80s". This song is a great pick-me-up song that puts you in a great mood and urges you to stay on your toes. Buy it! 7. My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up) by Fall Out Boy This 2013 single has a lot of unique sounds, some crazy guitar r iffs and of course, a catchy beat that will make you want to run, and run really fast. It even sounds like lead singer Patrick Stump is straight out of an 80s ha ir band on this track! Blast this hit on your workout playlist for inspiration f or some serious exertion. Buy it! 8. Supermassive Black Hole by Muse We love this 2006 single, and guarantee that it is a playlist MUST no matter you r workout of choice (ok, maybe not for yoga). In October 2011, NME placed Superma ssive Black Hole at number 74 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years. I t s got 120 beats per minute, enough to keep you on a steady training pace. Buy it! 9. Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin You can try the Karen O, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross cover from
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he Dragon Tattoo movie, or you can stick to this 1970 Led Zeppelin classic. It s un deniably motivating from the second it starts. Try it in the middle of your work out to get you past the halfway mark and get pumped for the rest of your routine . Buy it! 10. I Love It by Icona Pop This 2012 single by Swedish synthpop duo Icona Pop was made furiously popular in a dancing scene in a 2013 episode of HBO s show Girls. It s nearly impossible not to put extra pep in your step and add explosiveness to your moves when the chorus h its. Buy it! 11. London Calling by The Clash "London Calling" was released in the U.S. in January 1980. The album's title tra ck (and hit single of the same name) was partially influenced by the March 1979 accident at a nuclear reactor at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania. Joe Strummer 's lyrics also discuss the problems of rising unemployment, racial conflict and drug use in Britain. This politically charged song features reggae bass lines an d a whole lot of electric guitar. From the first note, you ll be ready to rock. Buy it! 12. Cousins by Vampire Weekend "Cousins" is the first single from Vampire Weekend's 2009 album Contra. The song i s used in the opening sequence of the 2010 film, The Kids Are All Right. This fun tune will have you moving through your workout with a smile on your face. Buy it! 13. Show Me How To Live by Audioslave Front man Chris Cornell will help you sail into the remaining minutes of your wo rkout with this popular 2003 track. This song has 90 beats per minute and can he lp you keep a quick step while you push yourself to the edge. Buy it! 14. Eye of the Tiger by Survivor This 1982 hit single was written at the request of actor Sylvester Stallone to b e the theme song for Rocky III. In tribute to Rocky Balboa, we thought it was fitt ing to add this song to the list even if it is a little cheesy. The hook is so s trong and it s totally motivating, and hey, it worked for Rocky, didn t it? Buy it! 15. Sabotage by The Beastie Boys Crank up this 1994 single from The Beastie Boys fourth album Ill Communication for a total body workout. The song is typically considered rapcore, featuring tradit ional rock instrumentation, turntable scratches and heavily distorted bass guita r riffs. Feeling like you could blow out some steam? The Beastie Boys are sure t o help you work out some of that aggression! Buy it! 16. Sunday Morning by No Doubt Sunday Morning is a song written by Tony Kanal, Gwen Stefani, and Eric Stefani for No Doubt's 1995 album Tragic Kingdom. This funky beat and quick ska bass line wil l keep you motivated while you push to the end of your workout. With its 156 bea
ts a minute, it will have you burning calories all the way to the end of your wo rkout session. Buy it! 17. Everlong by The Foo Fighters The Foo Fighters made it onto this playlist list because our @LIVESTRONG_COM rea ders and followers told us on Twitter that they love working out to Foo Fighters songs. Their 1997 single Everlong may start out sweet and quiet until suddenly you r e full speed ahead with a fast guitar and catchy chorus. Follow @LIVESTRONG_COM on Twitter 18. Sail by Awolnation You made it to the end of your workout, and it s time to cool down. Let your heart rate start slowing down with this 2011 electronic rock song that has recently p eaked at number 5 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart. Written by singer/so ngwriter Aaron Bruno in Venice California, this song is an eclectic mix of sound s and lyrics that it s the perfect end to an intense workout
These Will Make Your Run Faster ::: 19. Don t You Worry Child Swedish House Mafia This song is amazing for interval tra ining! Tip: every time you hear the words Don t you worry child, get ready to start running faster.
20. Don t Wake Me Up Chris Brown Don t be fooled by the title or the slow start of this tune. It s a great song to start your workout because it s slow in the beginning bu t it sure builds up. It will give you a whole minute to warm up.
21. Sweet Nothing Calvin e Machine, then this one is am Richard Wiles) partnered catchy song that will have
Harris, Florence Welch If you are a fan of Florence and th for you. Calvin Harris (who s real name is actually Ad up with the amazing Florence Welch to bring you this you jumping around or pumping some serious iron.
22.I Cry Flo Rida Not everyone can sample a ballad from the 80 s and turn it into a super catchy tune that will make you run faster, but Flo Rida sure did. Do you know what 80 s song I m talking about? Tweet us the answer to @LIVESTRONG_COM with t he hashtag #lsPlaylistAnswer
23.Don t Stop The Party Pitbull, TJR I know that what Pitbull is asking you to do, is to not stop is the party but just imagine that what Mr. 305 (that s Miami s area code in case you were wondering) is asking you to do, is to not stop working out and voila, a motivational song with some Latin flair
24. Stereo Hearts Gym Class Heroes featuring Adam Levine You'll want to turn your stereo, errr iPod (or music player of choice) up when you hear this jam come on. T
his mash of hip-hop and club music will help keep your heart rate up.
25 .Some Nights Fun. With a name like Fun, you know these guys like to have a goo d time, and Some Nights proves it. This song will have you keep your momentum goin g whether you are running, spinning or even doing some weight training. 26.
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