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    Cool Who has a song that gets you Energized for the day?
    I am not particularly a big rock music fan but the song that gets me going when I need that extra kick is Bon Jovi's "It's my life".

    I'm interested in knowing if you have a particular song or songs that do the same thing.

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    Is this a scenario or are you really going to listen??? LOL

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    LOL..... No not a scenario.

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    http://www.purevolume.com/plainwhitets

    Hey There Delilah.

    Not a rock song, a nice catchy ballad thats going through my head the past week, ask Rexanne if you can borrow it, she's claimed it as her own.

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    Young Livers by Rocket from The Crypt...
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    It doesn't have to be a rock song! it can be anything that when you listen to it, you get your mind focused, your blood pumping, and your inspiration flowing. You go into a trance of what is possible in life. <-sorry, this is how I feel when I listen to this song.

    Others may have a song that does more or less for them but they love listening to it.

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    My favorite "get going" songs ...

    "Move" by John Reuben
    "A Flowery Song" by Five Iron Frenzy
    "Suckerpunch" by Five Iron Frenzy
    "Woo Hoo" by the Newsboys
    "Blow My Mind" by The Benjamin Gate
    "Hello McFly" by Relient K

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    I like to put in some Vivaldi to listen to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi
    I like to put in some Vivaldi to listen to.
    Oooh, how about Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries" ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyburbs
    Oooh, how about Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries" ...
    Promise you won't shoot everybody in the office...

    http://www.carolinaclassical.com/art...valkyries.html

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    "Since You Been Gone", Head East
    "Wig-Wam Bam", Sweet
    "Money Talks", AC/DC
    "Fat Bottomed Girls", Queen
    "I Wanna Be Sedated", The Ramones
    "Gel", Collective Soul
    "Talk Dirty to Me", Poison
    "The Wrong Ones", Duke Jupiter
    "Everything About You", Ugly Kid Joe
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJJay
    Promise you won't shoot everybody in the office...

    http://www.carolinaclassical.com/art...valkyries.html
    As a co-worker once said: No promises, no predictions, no excuses. :-P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi
    I like to put in some Vivaldi to listen to.
    Perfect. My recent favorite? Chopin's Fantasie Revolutionare as performed by Bela Fleck (from the album Perpetual Motion). Brilliant stuff.

    with an ipod chock full of artists like de la soul, dean martin, gorillaz, and kraftwerk, nothing gets me going quite like some good Chopin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyburbs
    Oooh, how about Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyries" ...
    That works too! I generally prefer stuff with violin soloists most especially Itzack Perlman. I started playing violin myself when I was 5 so have a preference for it. Unfortunately while I was pretty good at it, I was never as good as Perlman
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi
    That works too! I generally prefer stuff with violin soloists most especially Itzack Perlman. I started playing violin myself when I was 5 so have a preference for it. Unfortunately while I was pretty good at it, I was never as good as Perlman
    Heidi: Have you ever listened to Jean-Luc Pony or Stephane Grappelli? You might enjoy them, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi
    That works too! I generally prefer stuff with violin soloists...
    Heidi you would love the Bela Fleck album. From an Amazon review: "classical purists will be very surprised, but he has devoted his latest project to the works of traditional classical composers; they are well represented: Scarlatti, Bach, Debussy, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Paganini, and Beethoven."

    The entire album is performed by a quartet, and the violin is breathtaking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyburbs
    Heidi: Have you ever listened to Jean-Luc Pony or Stephane Grappelli? You might enjoy them, too.
    Will have to check them out thanks - Have never heard of them previously. I haven't really kept up on other artists over the last 20 years. I have my collection of Perlman and generally just listen to that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GearAffiliate
    Heidi you would love the Bela Fleck album.

    The entire album is performed by a quartet, and the violin is breathtaking!
    Never heard of Bela Fleck either - they don't let me out of my cage much I guess Will check this out also - Thank You
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    Good day - Take me out by Franz Ferdinand, Trees by Marty Casey or Mari Mac by Great Big Sea
    Bad day - Don't give up by Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush ( I think), Grade 9 by Barenaked Ladies, China Grove by the Doobie brothers or Come out and Play by the Offspring
    Horrible day - Break Stuff by Limp Bizkit, Down with the sickness by Disturbed or Beautiful People by Marilyn Manson.

    When I need cheering up, anything classical, by the barenaked ladies, funny country (like save a horse ride a cowboy by big & rich), Welcome to the Jungle by Dick Cheese or 80's music.
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    Geeze looking at that mix, I definitely have issues lol
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    As much as I like listening to classical - it tends to make me want to laze around the house in my pjs, drink coffee and do the crossword (or go one the computer)....

    What REALLY gets me going (like I-want-to-run-a-marathon-get-me-going) is "All these things that I've done" by the Killers. When I used to train on the treadmill, this song always pushed me through the really tough bits. So even if I'm listening to it in the car I actually start to run on the spot while seated... Of course this was all before I got pregnant!
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    My husband made a "Sheri's Walk" folder on his I-pod for me to use for my morning walks. It has...

    Beautiful Day - U2
    Let's Get it Started - Black Eyed Peas
    Shine - Newsboys
    Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy - Big and Rich
    Shake your Booty - KC and the Sunshine Band
    Talk Dirty to Me and Unskinny Bop - Poisen

    As well as a few more. I think my favorite is Let's Get it Started.

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