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    Music to train to

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    I need some new music for the garage - any recommendations? The more obscure the better

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    Puya. Puerto Rican heavy metal.

    Korpiklaani: Finnish folk metal band.

    Duran Duran: just kidding.

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    For techno speed work I like - Chemical Brothers, Okenfeld, The Crystal Method (vegas is a great album), terranova, prodigy, bloc party and fluke.

    For hard driving hills and lifting I gravitate toward Government Mule (the deepest end is a great ablum), Led Zepplin, seether, sublime, nickelback, 3 doors down, rage against the machine, metallica, alice in chains and AC/DC.

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    If you like instrumental and epic-sounding, Two Steps From Hell. I pretty much just crank it and go.
    "Oh, you wanted answers...yeah, sorry, I'm not so good with those. Uh, probably something to do with science or something..." -- canio6

    August 2010: 207 lb, 37" waist, 25+% BF | Currently: 177 lb, 33" waist, ~15% BF

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    I love working out to Alice in Chains and especially Tool and some APC.

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    I train in my garage to.
    This gem has been the soundtrack to many a PR.


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    I always find Disturbed a good background music for heavy workouts (Y)
    Nirvana's always good when you're out walking too =]
    Bunny trainer extraordinaire!

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    Bobaflex, If you can handle metalcore, AttackAttack!! is good.
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    More proof that the PB is awesome: Primals have kickass taste in music.
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    Another band I like is All that Remains.
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