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Pure adrenalin

insider9

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It feels like I keep finding lots of decent chill out music, but not much in a way of pure adrenaline.

Listening to music to wind down is all good, but what do you listen to that could replace a cup of coffee?
 

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An hour of Infected Mushroom and I'm all "caffeined out"....and need to wind down with a little Richard Clayderman. :)
 

newlash09

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Nothing beats the below for me on YouTube for a pure adrenaline rush :

Isle of man, wrc, Paris Dakar, and Ken block gymkhana series :)

Mix of speed and fast music, what's not to like
 

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insider9 said:
newlash09 said:
Prodigy - fat of the land

Blade I ost

Black eyed peas
Nice one, Newlash. I purposely didn't make this thread genre specific. All genres are welcome.

I'll check out these videos too. Thanks.
pentera vulgar display of power .... Song walk ... song fucxkxig Basxtered *smile*
 

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CnoEvil said:
insider9 said:
Any particular album you could suggest, Cno?
I have Army of Mushrooms...but explore them on Tidal.
Ok, thanks. It will be interesting.

I've got The Mars Volta playing in the meantime.

If you don't know them check out track called Wax Simulacra on YouTube :)

All this folk and singer songwriter stuff, however good, made me sleepy. Even had Sevendust playing and felt sleepy, still.
 

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insider9 said:
It feels like I keep finding lots of decent chill out music, but not much in a way of pure adrenaline.

Listening to music to wind down is all good, but what do you listen to that could replace a cup of coffee?
John Henry Bonham. Definitely don't listen when having a cup of coffee!
 

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Norman Bass - How you like bass (radio edit)

sub focus - last jungle

Style g - bike engine (radio edit)

high contrast - remind me

mungos hifi - jump up quickly

top cat/chase n status - ruffest gun ark

congo Natty- get ready

prince fatty - under arrest

That should be a few to start with....

Also... Gorgon City - Sirens. Whole album is great.
 

insider9

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jjbomber said:
insider9 said:
It feels like I keep finding lots of decent chill out music, but not much in a way of pure adrenaline.

Listening to music to wind down is all good, but what do you listen to that could replace a cup of coffee?
John Henry Bonham. Definitely don't listen when having a cup of coffee!
Oh, yes. Absolutely agree :)
 

insider9

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amormusic said:
Norman Bass - How you like bass (radio edit)

sub focus - last jungle 

Style g - bike engine (radio edit)

high contrast - remind me

mungos hifi - jump up quickly 

top cat/chase n status - ruffest gun ark

congo Natty- get ready

prince fatty - under arrest

That should be a few to start with....

Also... Gorgon City - Sirens. Whole album is great.

 

 
Wow thanks Amormusic. Must say, shamefully, not even heard of any of these artists.
 

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Venetian Snares - Szerencsetlen

https://open.spotify.com/track/1fRN2M7M2TEuSUjIJWWT4x?si=IeWvQAFuTZa-DbRhbBQ1MA

This one track is about the equivalent of half a dozen double expresso's and it might also leave you with a bit of a facial twitch for a while. *biggrin*
 

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Will be interesting to put some Classical on. But I admit after 1h19min of The Mars Volta I just put some jazz on to calm down first :) Recovering from injury so no gym for me again.

There's been a few interesting Classical releases today. By the look of it all really well received. I wish I could recommend any.
 

nopiano

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Try the second movement (allegro) from Shostakovich symphony no 10, preferably in the version by Herbert Von Karajan.

Also the overture to Ruslan and Ludmilla by Glinka, preferably in the version conducted by Sir Geirg Solti. (He was nick named the ‘screaming skull’ by some musicians for his sometimes frenetic conducting. Here the players sound like their lives depend on getting though it in one piece!)

For something more modern, A Short Ride in a Fast Machine by John Adams is great fun.
 

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insider9 said:
Will be interesting to put some Classical on. But I admit after 1h19min of The Mars Volta I just put some jazz on to calm down first :) Recovering from injury so no gym for me again.

There's been a few interesting Classical releases today. By the look of it all really well received. I wish I could recommend any.
Try Mozart Horn Concertos

and this: http://wyntonmarsalis.org/discography/title/trumpet-concertos
 

newlash09

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amormusic said:
Enjoy. Bit of a mish-mash of stuff. 

Newlash - if I remember you luv fatty bass. Few of these will shake your bones 
I've jotted down your suggested tracks for a listen once I am back home. Thanks :)
 

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A young band from south london called Shame, Songs Of Praise. They are on Later with Jools sunday 13th.

Thee Oh Sees, any of their last 3 albums.

Flatworms.

Ty Seagal.

Janes Addiction, Strays

The Groundhogs, Split

Buffalo Tom, Let Me Come Over.

Jimi Hendrix, Are You Experienced?

Led Zeppelin, 1 And 2

And Finally The Who, Live At Leeds.

In fact you need to listen to Marc Riley on 6 Music 7-9pm Mon to Thur. Most of what he plays will inspire you if you want to be wired!
 

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