Need music help from the post 1975 generations.

Discussion in 'Survival & Sustenance Living Forum' started by orlando_marquez, Nov 7, 2013.

  1. orlando_marquez

    orlando_marquez New Member

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    I worked LE for almost my entire adult life. I am a Federal Contractor now and work federal protection. Because of my livelihood, I've always had to keep in shape in order to atleast protect myself. 2 years ago I had gall bladder surgery and I was opened up like a bag of chips! I had toughed it up, ignored the gall bladder pains for over a year and a half and my gall bladder just fell to pieces. I required major clean up surgery and had an incision from my sternum to my lower right torso. Recovery was a year. After a year recovery, I added another year without exercising. 2 years that I havent gone running but it's time. I have a timed 1.5 mile run coming up, it's do or die and I'm the type who would die before I fail.

    So I busted out my jams and finally got to it. We all know how music puts us in the zone when we need to get **** done. Well here is my dilema...

    I want to update my playlists. I was born in 1975 and grew up in a very good music era. Some hardcore stuff out there. I want some new **** though... I need some feedback from some of you about songs that absolutely put you in the zone. I don't mean shower music. I am talking about music that makes you feel indestructible. I don't care what type, just give me the songs that do it for you. I mean really do it for you. I need some new music suggestions cuz I'm sure there is some other good and new stuff out there.

    Here is what my playlist looks like so you have an idea:

    Shot in the dark, Bark at moon - Ozzy
    Welcome to the jungle - Guns and Roses
    Secret prayer, War, Time, The bells of Lal (part 2) Joe Satriani
    Master of puppets, For whom the bells tolls, Sad but true - Metallica
    Bad horsie, The reaper, For the love of God - Steve Vai
    Ball and biscuit - White Stripes
    Fell of black days - Soundgarden
    Jesus just left Chicago - ZZ Top
    The battle of evermore - Led Zeppelin
    Texas flood, Voodo chile - Stevie Ray Vaugn
    Simple man - Shinedown
    Kickstart my heart - Motley Crue
    Rainbow in the dark - Dio
    Natural science, Sprit of radio - Rush

    What do you have???
     
  2. zaitsev44

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    You have a very good taste in music. I workout to Metallica, Alice in Chains (mainly the Rooster and Man in the Box), Guns & Roses, Def Leopard, some Nirvana, and groups like that, and songs that have a nice bass and high tempo. Another good band that has a few good songs is Avenged Sevenfold, just the content isn't usually the best. Johnny Cashs' later works like When the Man Comes Around, God's Gonna Cut You Down, Rusty Cage. Staind is good, Mudshovel had a good beat.
     
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  3. orlando_marquez

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    Ah yes! I forgot about Alice in Chains! I'm going to add Man in the Box. I'll check out Avenged Sevenfold and Mudshovel tonight.
     
  4. sputnik1988

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    Second the Avenged Sevenfold, great band. Their sound changes a bit with each album, early stuff was HEAVY, it's progressed in several different directions. The lead singer blew out his voice several years ago and required surgery so the screaming had really died down. They have done a few songs for the Call of duty games, especially the zombies and the songs "Not ready to die" and "Shepard of fire" content reflects that.

    I'm a big fan of their songs "Chapter four" and "blinded in Chains" but I like most of them.
     
  5. zaitsev44

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    +1 on the Shepard of Fire. Hail to the King and Requiem is also good.
     
  6. TheSadPanda

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    Avenged Sevenfold and mudshovel are good. Also check out:

    A day to Remember- all of it
    Story of the Year- until the day I die, sidewalks
    Shinedown (More than just simple man)- save me, 45, call me
    Disturbed- indestructible, ten thousand fists, land of confusion
    eminem- all of it
    three days grace- i hate everything about you, pain
    taking back sunday- whats it feel like to be a ghost?
    johnny cash- hurt
    nine inch nails- head like a hole, closer

    Let me know if you like any of that stuff. If you do, I will throw some more suggestions your way.
     
  7. MisterMcCool

    MisterMcCool Well-Known Member Supporter

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    ...........
    Boston
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  8. t_humm

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    Five finger death punch
     
  9. Yunus

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    If you are doing cardio and need to have a burst of energy, its hard to beat Outkast - Bombs over Baghdad.

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    I also like Rammstein, first half of the Herzeld album.
     
  10. indy36

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    I was born in 72. During my youth it was hair metal or rap. i went the rap road, choosing Run DMC and Public Enemy over White Snake and Warrant. Only metal that comes to mind is "Girls, Girls, Girls" by Motley Crue and "Thunderstruck" by ACDC.

    As for classic rock, maybe "Green River" by CCR and "The Old Man Down The Road" by Fogerty and "Misty Mountain Hop" by Zeppelin.

    As for more modern, "Uprising" by Muse is good. "California Love" by 2 Pac if you like rap. "Triple Trouble" by The Beastie Boys. "Mountain Man" by Crash Kings. "Possum Kingdom" by The Toadies. "Believe" by The Bravery. "Lunatic Fringe" by Red Rider. "New Low" by Middle Class Rut. "I Get It" by Chevelle. "Old Man" by Redlight King. "Waiting For The End" by Linkin Park. "I Did It All For You" by Aceyalone & RJD2. "Woke Up This Morning" by The Brothas & Sistas. "Warning Shots" by Thievery Corporation.
     
  11. ctshooter

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    Can't go wrong with the first god smack album
     
  12. orlando_marquez

    orlando_marquez New Member

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    Shepherd Of Fire and Hail to the King are great jams. I'm gonna add these 2...
     
  13. Jagermeister

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    The Wheels On The Bus! :p
     
  14. orlando_marquez

    orlando_marquez New Member

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    Just heard alot of thier stuff today... I'm liking it...
     
  15. orlando_marquez

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    Disturbed and Taking Back Sunday
     
  16. trip286

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    Volbeat.

    They make me want to fight a silverback gorilla and bench the enterprise.
     
  17. orlando_marquez

    orlando_marquez New Member

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    Very funny... thats 3.18 minutes of my lifespan that I will never get back
     
  18. jord1985

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    +1

    Don't forget all that remains they're great and big 2a supporters, the lead vocalist Phil Labonte has been known to wear Noveske hats during concerts.
     
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    Tool, Faith No More, Ministry, Foo Fighters, Probot, Motörhead, Anthrax
     
  20. sparky80

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    Avenged Sevenfold, Chevelle, Pantera, Fear Factory, Volbeat, Alice in Chains, Megadeth, Five Finger Death Punch, Faith No More, CKY, Tool, Breaking Benjamin, Shadows Fall, I could go on but.....