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    My iPod broke so I'm using my CD-R boxset "1993-1999 Alternative Radio Hits." I tend to go for mid-tempo rock.

    I used to run to hardcore punk, but it threw me completely off rhythm.

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    I like angry music when I work out, so my playlist is pretty much filled with Disturbed and Korn. For a cool down I use music by Enigma, and Silent Lucidity by Queensryche.
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    Bumped up. I'm interested in good songs for:

    1. Yoga
    2. Cardio

    It doesn't matter what language it's in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Bumped up. I'm interested in good songs for:

    1. Yoga
    2. Cardio

    It doesn't matter what language it's in.
    I have a mellow playlist I used to use for tanning. Lots of Imogen Heap and Cat Power. See if it resonates for yoga at all . I'll grab my ipod and have more of a looksie when I'm not lazy.

    My cardio playlist was all over the place. Now I just Zumba all of the time, so tons of Pitbull, reggaeton, and zumba music.
    Maybe look into Santigold/Santogold? Ying Yang Twins were fun. Juelz Santana.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unkindloving View Post
    I have a mellow playlist I used to use for tanning. Lots of Imogen Heap and Cat Power. See if it resonates for yoga at all . I'll grab my ipod and have more of a looksie when I'm not lazy.

    My cardio playlist was all over the place. Now I just Zumba all of the time, so tons of Pitbull, reggaeton, and zumba music.
    Maybe look into Santigold/Santogold? Ying Yang Twins were fun. Juelz Santana.
    Thank yoooou.

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    Here, this exercise mix is fun. Contains some rap and a pinch of salty language. And yes, the vid is crack rock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Bumped up. I'm interested in good songs for:

    1. Yoga
    2. Cardio

    It doesn't matter what language it's in.
    I use this playlist for yoga a lot...it's semi-randomly generated, semi-customized. It's a lot of shoegaze, indie synthpop stuff. It's also pretty long, so sometimes I start it at different points, just for a change, and so I can get to the end.

    Oh, and if you like Bebel Gilberto, then the whole album Tanto Tempo is great for yoga (it's Brazilian bosa nova).

    august day song - Bebel Gilberto
    Love Will Tear Us Apart - Nouvelle Vague
    Forever - Goldfrapp
    A Place Called Home - PJ Harvey
    Avenue - Saint Etienne
    The Magnificent Tree - Hooverphonic
    Pearly-Dewdrops' Drops - Cocteau Twins
    bananeira - Bebel Gilberto
    Ever Fallen In Love - Nouvelle Vague
    La La La - The Bird And The Bee
    This Mess We're In - PJ Harvey
    Sweetness And Light - Lush
    Fifty-Fifty Clown - Cocteau Twins
    samba da bencao - Bebel Gilberto
    Tears For Affairs - Camera Obscura
    The Killing Moon - Nouvelle Vague
    samba e amor - Bebel Gilberto
    I'm A Broken Heart - The Bird And The Bee
    Chills - Peter Bjorn & John
    Lorelei - Cocteau Twins
    All we ever wanted was everything - Bauhaus
    I Could Be Happy - Altered Images
    The Worst Taste In Music - The Radio Dept.
    Lonely - Bebel Gilberto
    Your Silent Face - New Order
    Heaven Or Las Vegas - Cocteau Twins
    Ocean - Lush
    This Aching Deal - Shocking Pinks
    You Said Something - PJ Harvey
    Black Wave - The Shins
    so nice (summer samba) - Bebel Gilberto
    We've Been Had - The Walkmen
    Dizzy - Siouxsie and the Banshees
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    I don’t work out to music. But sometimes I like old-style 1950s and 60s lounge music for background music while I’m on the computer or doing paperwork. “Ultra-Lounge” (a subdivision of Capital Records) has put out 18 CD collections and maybe another 10 or 12 collections for download. You can get their CDs on Amazon. I haven’t been able to find these tunes put together so neatly anywhere else. I like their Latin music collections in particular.

    http://www.ultralounge.com/

    Fun stuff. It's not stuff I would listen to when I really want to listen, but I like it for in-the-background filler stuff/mood music/period tunes. Who knows--maybe it would be good background music for the purposes of this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
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    Excellent! Thanks. Some of these I can see using for Yoga and some for cardio.

    Quote Originally Posted by FineLine View Post
    Fun stuff.
    Swanky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Bumped up. I'm interested in good songs for:

    1. Yoga
    2. Cardio

    It doesn't matter what language it's in.
    Rage Against the Machine!!!

    For the cardio of course :P

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