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Anonymous
01-15-2005, 02:52 PM
I know this has nothign to do with sticks, but what do you people think is the top 10 warm up/pump up songs???

Anonymous
01-15-2005, 03:09 PM
AC-DC- Back in Black
Ozzy- Crazy train
Metallica- creeping death
Smile Empty Soul- Nowhere kids
Sum 41- Welcome to Hell
Sum 41- Grab the Devil
Sum 41- No reason
Metallica- Seek and Destroy
Sum 41- The bitter end
Sum 41- over my head

I don't know what order they would go in but i think there all good, i know theres alot of sum 41 but they make some pretty good warm up music

Anonymous
01-17-2005, 11:56 PM
good songs there, but you gotta have "bro hymn" by pennywise in there. i'm already pumped up for my hockey games, but this just puts me over the edge.

pbhfan
07-15-2005, 04:47 AM
Thunderstruck
Welcome to the Jungle
Final Countdown

raiders19
06-30-2007, 01:46 AM
anything loud

leafsrok
06-30-2007, 02:50 AM
Remember The Name- Fort Minor

zgoalscorer
06-30-2007, 03:26 AM
Remember The Name- Fort Minor

Hell yeah..... They played that sh*t during the NBA Playoffs. Its Hott
Another good one is Nelly ..... #1

Dangler#11
06-30-2007, 05:27 AM
Bang Bang - Armchair Cynics
The Beast and the Harlot - Avenged Sevenfold
Angels Don't Kill - Children Of Bodom
Lose Yourself - Eminem
Ride the Lightning - Metallica
Get Over It - OKGo
Cowboys From Hell - Pantera
Hit Between The Eyes - Scorpions
Remedy - Seether
Better Off - Theory Of A Deadman
Image Of The Invisible - Thrice


These are some of my favourite songs to get me pumped up.

Datsyukiandeek
06-30-2007, 10:54 AM
Woot! for bands you have never heard of and will probably never like... Euro bands destroy American any day of the week.

#10 Eric Prydz: Call On Me (http://youtube.com/watch?v=YtAq-UQ3rSM)
#9 Happa-tai: Yatta! (http://youtube.com/watch?v=u9rWFZesV8s)
#8 Turbonegro: Stroke The Shaft (http://youtube.com/watch?v=Q1slZKwWPB0)
#7 Black Diamond Brigade: Black Diamond (http://youtube.com/watch?v=Se6KDDDgznU)
#6 Turbonegro: Prince of the Rodeo (http://youtube.com/watch?v=lJXeVWaJcqY)
#5 Turbonegro: Alpha Male (http://youtube.com/watch?v=snu6ttVAFz8)
#4 LostProphets: Start Something (http://youtube.com/watch?v=BxO9d7q8tyI)
#3 Jet: Stand Up (http://youtube.com/watch?v=BAmZZiG0D1g) Disregard the stupid anime vid, only vid I found.
#2 AFI: Paper Airplanes Makeshift Wings. (http://youtube.com/watch?v=BxqlGOs1M5w)
#1 Taking Back Sunday: You're So Last Summer (http://youtube.com/watch?v=8siYJyDc8ng)
:rolleyes:

SPREEDIZZLE
07-02-2007, 12:59 PM
Save Yourself.....Stabbing Westward
and then almost anything by Dream Theater

raiders19
07-02-2007, 06:31 PM
lose yourself by eminem is really good

scoreboy19
07-02-2007, 07:55 PM
#10. ridin spinnaz 36 mafia
#9. my darkest hour scary kids scaring kids
#8. One-eighty by summer TBS
#7. The river Good charlote
#6. Were gonna have us a champagne jam Chiodos
#5. Thank you for the venom MCR
#4. Hospital The used
#3. Bite to break skin
#2. Prayer of a refugee Rise against
#1. New noise Refused

easton17
07-03-2007, 01:22 AM
high road-fort minor
thunderstruck-ac/dc
i dont wanna stop-ozzy osbourne
right now-van halen

Dangler#11
07-03-2007, 09:00 PM
I think welcome to the jungle is probably one of the best warm-up songs ever.
Some other good warm-up songs are Devil in a Midnight Mass and River Below by Billy Talent and It's My Life by Bon Jovi. Also: Life in the Fast Lane by The Eagles and Good Times by Finger Eleven.

Rock on metalheads! (i.e. Pantera, Metallica, Children Of Bodom):mad:

SPREEDIZZLE
07-04-2007, 06:33 PM
I think welcome to the jungle is probably one of the best warm-up songs ever.
Some other good warm-up songs are Devil in a Midnight Mass and River Below by Billy Talent and It's My Life by Bon Jovi. Also: Life in the Fast Lane by The Eagles and Good Times by Finger Eleven.

Rock on metalheads! (i.e. Pantera, Metallica, Children Of Bodom):mad:

now THAT sounds like a good lineup to me......especially the metal portion!!!!

IW Team - Chase
09-20-2012, 04:28 PM
Here are my pregame songs.. lemme know if you like them!
I haven't seen much activity on this thread in a while, let's get it going again so we can have some new music to check out.


Rock:

Dale Earnhardt's Seatbelt - The Bled
Memphis Will Be Laid to Rest - Norma Jean
Mordecai - B.T.B.A.M.
B.Y.O.B. - System of a Down
Pull Harder on the Strings - Trivium
New Noise - Refused
Burning Heart - Survivor
4 Words - Bullet for My Valentine
Unholy Confessions - Avenged Sevenfold
Coming Undone - Korn (Gotta rep Bakersfield)

Rap:

Lose Yourself - Eminem
God's Gift - J. Cole
Nasty - Nas
Can't C Me - Tupac
What's the Difference - Dr. Dre
Gimme The Loot - Notorious B.I.G.
Ambition - Wale
Burn - Meek mill
I Could Never Lose - Nipsey Hussle
They Know Me - Ya Boy

sxharr05
10-12-2012, 11:43 PM
C'mon C'mon (F**K Yeah!)-Nashville Pussy
Thunderkiss '65-White Zombie
Mandatory Suicide-Slayer
Primal Concrete Sledge/CFH-Pantera
For Whom the Bell Tolls-Metallica
Death Church-Machine Head
Imperium-Machine Head
Becoming-Pantera
Wolves-Machine Head
I Am Hell-Machine Head

I also agree with Dream Theater unless you're trying to get into a groove. Too many odd time signatures. :p

IW Team - Chase
10-15-2012, 03:13 PM
C'mon C'mon (F**K Yeah!)-Nashville Pussy
Thunderkiss '65-White Zombie
Mandatory Suicide-Slayer
Primal Concrete Sledge/CFH-Pantera
For Whom the Bell Tolls-Metallica
Death Church-Machine Head
Imperium-Machine Head
Becoming-Pantera
Wolves-Machine Head
I Am Hell-Machine Head

I also agree with Dream Theater unless you're trying to get into a groove. Too many odd time signatures. :p

I haven't listened to too much Machine Head or Dream Theater.. What are some of their good albums I should check out?

sxharr05
10-15-2012, 07:07 PM
I haven't listened to too much Machine Head or Dream Theater.. What are some of their good albums I should check out?

Machine Head:
To this day I would STILL put their 1994 debut, "Burn My Eyes" up against most contemporary metal. It's that good.

"Through the Ashes of Empires" is a return to form for them, after a few years of trying to make the label happy. It also marks the reunion of founder Robb Flynn with old wingman Phil Demmel. The guitar work and the way they feed off of each other is great. And getting better.

"The Blackening" has been called MH's "Master of Puppets" and is their high-water mark (IMO). 12 minute thrash "anthems", shred-fests with melodic hooks, and if find the Euro-release it has an amazing cover of Iron Maiden's "Hallowed Be Thy Name".

"Unto the Locust" is their latest and honestly I feel "I am Hell" is the best song on the album. It's not bad at all, but Ashes and Blackening are much better IMO, front to back.

Ahhhh, Dream Theater. Most fans will have different faveorites, for various reasons. If you like viruousos (on ALL intstruments) shredding, noodling, wanking whatever, with some straight metal grooves, and wildly inventive keys, pick up, well, any of their albums. Many of them follow a pattern/tell a story throughout, some are a bit dark ("Black Clouds and Silver Linings"), and at times it seems they just want to see how many notes can fit in a measure, but it's all for good reason. All members aside from James Labrie (vocals) are or have been considered THE BEST at their instrument. Hell, they lost a drummer (Mike Portnoy) who was multiple-times voted best rock/metal/progressive rock drummer IN THE WORLD and replaced him with Mike Mangini who was an instructor at Berklee Cali, has written books on drumming and musicianship and has been the world's fastest drummer FIVE TIMES. In case you haven't picked up on it yet, these dudes can flat-out play. But it's not for everyone. Check out Metropolis (Live When Dream and Day Reunite), The Count of Tuscany, Pull Me Under, Under a Glass Moon, The Dark Eternal Night and On the Backs of Angels, all on youtube.

IW Team - Chase
10-16-2012, 09:31 PM
Wow.. I went through "Burn My Eyes" while I was at the gym and it was thoroughly impressed as well as a little embarrassed I hadn't listened it yet lol. That is classic quality metal, I'll definitely be keeping them on my playlists for sure.

Dream Theater was pretty radical and entertaining. I'm a fan of overall sound as well as individual talent, and they incorporated both nicely. I don't think I associate with them as much as Machine Head but nonetheless they are still a great listen.

Thanks for you expert insight, it was much appreciated! I saw on another thread you pointed out the need for more activity on this forum, that is something we are trying to revitalize. Is there anything off the top of your head that you would want to see us do to help resolve this issue? i.e. certain threads or topic ideas? If not, no worries at all.