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.
Murder Frenzy by Quarashi?
I have strange taste.
Generally, I like to listed to (old school) thrash or death metal.
Rammstein - Mutter
Exodus - Shovel Headed Kill Machine
Light this mother____ like a roman candle
Burn this bitch staight to the ground
Let's not worry about consequences
If it's standing we'll bring it down
Destroy it all, show no inhibition
Revel and rejoice in unbridled demolition
Smash it, ___ it, nothing will remain
Detect it and wreck it but never take the blame
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DJ TiŽsto: Traffic (live version preferably) and Voyage
Paul Oakenfold: Southern Sun and Dread Rock
4 Strings: Diving
id expect that from a aikidoka
Originally Posted by Axelton
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
"I NEED A HERO!"
Originally Posted by youtube
Black Sabbath or Electric Wizard are good background music for exercising. Or at least, they work for me.
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