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04-24-2009, 01:02 PM
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What songs do you listen to to get pumped up?

About half the guys on my team, including me, do this. Whether your getting your gear on, stretching, or just sitting before a game, a lot of people listen to music that gets them going. What songs do it for you?

For me:
Hell Yeah- Rev Theory
Unbreakable- Bon Jovi
Whispers in the Dark-Skillet
Better than Drugs- Skillet
Innocent- Our lady Peace
Dance with the devil- Breaking Benjamin
Your gonna go far Kid- The Offspring
Paradise Lost- Your own Reality

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Anything heavy like Pantera or Meshuggah

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variety of songs, cant really narrow it down.

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sepultura- dead embryonic cellss
lamb of god- contractor
slayer- raining blood
hatebreed- doomsayer

just to name a few

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anything by Rage against the machine/system of a down

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Old school here
VHalen,Stones,Foghat,Def Lepard etc etc

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The fire inside by Bob Seger,
Mitternacht by E nomine
Brass Bonanza.

And that's the length of the drive to the rink.

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I perfer beer and talking shizz to who ever is sitting beside me to get pumped up. But if i did listen to music it would probably be NOFX or G n' R

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Music and hockey go hand in hand, everyone at the record label I work for are huge hockey heads, we actually even have our own music/hockey clothing line. bgimerch.com

As far as my playlist to get pysched, some consistent tunes I have are
Ennio Morricone - Ecstasy of Gold
Ennio Morricone - The Vice Of Killing
Metallica - For Whom The Bell Tolls
Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name Of
Pantera - Cowboys From Hell
Skindred - Bruises
Skindred - Roots Rock Riot
Skindred - Babylon
Darkest Hour - With A Thousand Words To Say But One
Notorious B.I.G - Who Shot Ya
Eighteen Visions - Waiting For Heavens
DMX - What's My Name
Bon Jovi - Blaze Of Glory
Atreyu - Blood Children

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Anything to get me hype, usually gangster rap or classic rock

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Alexisonfire
Rage Against the Machine
Thrice
Fort Minor
Linkin Park
System of a Down
and...

Loco Locass - Le But

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Some pump up songs for me are:

A little Piece of Heaven-Avenged Sevenfold
Strength of the World-Avenged Sevenfold
Savior-Rise Against

Those are the few that really get me pumped up.

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04-28-2009, 05:57 PM
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Tornado of Souls- Megadeth

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I tend to stay away from aggressive songs and instead listen to happier, more upbeat tunes. Often, I'll listen to standup comedy to relax me. I just don't play well when I'm all amped up and serious.

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What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong


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aqua - barbie girl (german version)

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"Lithium" - Nirvana
"Walk" - Pantera
"Breed" - Nirvana
"Aneurysm(Live)" - Nirvana
"Scentless Apprentice" - Nirvana


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my highschool team used to come out to this with lights off and strobes going, it was so intense id get real pumped skating out our tunnel, the fans loved it


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"Lithium" - Nirvana
"Walk" - Pantera
"Breed" - Nirvana
"Aneurysm(Live)" - Nirvana
"Scentless Apprentice" - Nirvana
nice. all of it.

im a huge nirvana fan and those are usually the ones i listen to too, except maybe not lithium to before a game

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Personally, I don't let the team listen to really loud metal before a game. Hockey to me is a game of focus and calm - not a rage or hype game. Give me five guys working like a machine over five guys skating around like maniacs any day. I'm with CanadaBacon on this one - spend your time shooting the **** with your buds and then some last minute focus from the coach and hit the ice.

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For whatever reason rock/metal does nothing for me to get me pumped, I always listen to some hip-hop with a good beat, I have no clue why but it gets me motivated to play way more then rock does.

Example:




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Surprised no one's mentioned Eye of the Tiger by Survivor yet

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Im a big fan of older Metallica (Master of Puppets and And Justice for All CDs)

In the locker room we used to listen to Bon Jovi and Rocky themes as mentioned above

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For whatever reason rock/metal does nothing for me to get me pumped, I always listen to some hip-hop with a good beat, I have no clue why but it gets me motivated to play way more then rock does.

Example:

other than the lame attempt at dancing in this video the beat is sick

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Trance does it for me !

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