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    Dragonforce seconded.

    The Mad Capsule markets are good for bag work and such if you like Japanese metal. Calico System, Mastodon, and Skindred are good sometimes. If you like rap/hip hop, Big Left, King Gordy and Dr. Octagon are good for training. For stickfighting, African and Latin music is good because you can keep the rhythm. I like Orishas, 40 Watt Hype, and Mamady Ijalit Keit.

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    Murder Frenzy by Quarashi?

    I have strange taste.

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    Generally, I like to listed to (old school) thrash or death metal.
    Current favorites:
    Rammstein - Mutter
    Exodus - Shovel Headed Kill Machine

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    DJ TiŽsto: Traffic (live version preferably) and Voyage
    Paul Oakenfold: Southern Sun and Dread Rock
    4 Strings: Diving

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    id expect that from a aikidoka

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axelton
    id expect that from a aikidoka
    Meaning???.

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    Several Thousand Foot Krutch songs...
    Several Godsmack songs...
    Several Bobaflex songs...
    Several Mindless Self Indulgence songs...
    The distillers - drain the blood
    A few marilyn manson songs...
    ll cool j - mama said knock you out
    Prodigy - breath

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    Quote Originally Posted by youtube
    "push it to the limit"
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    Black Sabbath or Electric Wizard are good background music for exercising. Or at least, they work for me.

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