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What gets you going?

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26/03/2006 at 18:06
Beastie Boys- saboutage... gives me a kick up the arse EVERY time
and a bit of Madonna, Daft Punk, Basement Jaxx, Libertines
30/03/2006 at 02:37
At the moment, anything by the Arctic monkeys.
30/03/2006 at 08:16
The Ghears : 4 minute mile

Ron Goodwin :the Trap (FLM music)

Both tracks are available on I Tunes

Oh, and obviously Snow Patrol : Run

30/03/2006 at 10:10
'Electrocardiogram' or 'Vitamin' by Kraftwerk. Hell, anything off the Tour De France album.
30/03/2006 at 10:31
I've said this before, and I'll say it again.

The Cult - She Sells Sanctuary

Nothing else comes close.
30/03/2006 at 10:49
There are a few crackers that have kept me going this year in the freaking cold weather marathon training:

Boulevard of broken dreams - Green Day
Wake me up when september ends - Green Day
Lose yourself - Eminem
Without me - Eminem
Sunday morning - Maroon 5
Never forget - Take That (Sorry!!)
Girlfriend - *Nsync & Nelly

Sorry 'bout the long list!
PB
30/03/2006 at 11:09
Elevation - U2
Real good time - Pink
Pump It - Black Eyed Peas

Pendulum's new album
Anything God's Kitchen

Red Hot Chilli Peppers Greatest Hits

The list is endless it depends what mood im in!
30/03/2006 at 14:03
Elevation - U2
All These Things That I Have Done - Killers
Anything At All By - The Jam
Anything At All By - Green Day
01/04/2006 at 15:52
Losing My Religion - REM
02/04/2006 at 19:01
Life on Mars David Bowie.20 times over
02/04/2006 at 21:06
For a long run (15 miles +) I fill my shuffle with Beautiful South tracks. Perfect beat for a leisurely run.
02/04/2006 at 21:35
Heroes by Bowie is another good one. I've got a plan to have nothing else on my Shuffle and listen to that tune on repeat for the last five miles.

Life on Mars is one of his best though....
03/04/2006 at 09:49
Also anthing by the Chilli's.

Their live in Hyde Park album is brilliant for running to.
03/04/2006 at 16:40
The Divinyls - I touch myself
03/04/2006 at 17:38
Jonny Leeds - I too have She Sells Sanctuary on my metaphorical IPod. A riff to crack your ribs if ever there was one!

However, I would also recommend, 'I Run for Life' by Melissa Etheridge.

I first heard this on the radio as I was driving (coincidentally) along part of the FLM course. Because the DJ said what it was about, and what it was written for - it made me blub in the car!

Now it inspires me to do my best for my charity.
03/04/2006 at 18:54
Iain Archer -Running In Dreams
03/04/2006 at 19:44
Keeping it Tidy with music for a harder generation........the Tidy Boys.........come on!!!!!

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