May 8, 2007

JB gave me a copy of The Zombie Survival Guide and I cannot put it down. I highly recommend it, especially if you’re already semi-obsessed with zombies and you find yourself thinking about them at least as frequently as you think about, say, which boat crew on Deadliest Catch is going to get the most crab this season, which is to say, probably more often than is healthy.

The book includes, among other things, instructions for making your house as safe as possible during the inevitable zombie invasion. Basically, if you live in a one-story house without an attic—as we do—you’re fucked. You have to get on the roof. So now I think we should scrap this whole kitchen remodel business and build a second floor. With built-in zombie trapdoors. And multiple brain-smashing tools, such as crowbars, stashed in convenient locations.

What? It’s only paranoia if zombies don’t exist.

(STOP LOOKING AT ME LIKE THAT.)

I went running (so as to better prepare myself for escaping zombies, of course) yesterday evening, as long as we collectively define “running” as “alternating between trotting and walking while consistently producing the sort of wheezing you’d hear from an elderly, asthmatic pug”. It was a gorgeous, warm day here in Seattle (also, I would have loved a little of this sudden summery weather over the weekend instead of the chilly gray skies we did have, I mean what’s with the 75-degree temperatures showing up when I’ve got to sit in an office all day? NOOO THEY BE STEALIN MY BUCKET) and by the time I got back home I felt quite virtuous, what with my sheen of sweat and all. I’ll tell you, there’s nothing in the world like the feeling you get from running . . . when you stop, that is.

I’m looking to create the Ultimate Playlist for Running, because the iPod really does make all the difference in terms of distraction and motivation to keep going (instead of giving in to my natural desire to curl up on the road and weep steadily into the pavement). So far I’ve got:

Run Rabbit Run, Eminem
When the Music Stops, Eminem
Whiskey in the Jar, Metallica
Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger, Daft Punk
Blue Orchid, White Stripes
Buzzbomb, Dead Kennedys
Charlotte Mittnacht (The Fabulous Destiny Of…) , DeVotchKa (This one’s great for the end when you stagger up your driveway all triumphant-like.)

Perhaps you noticed this is a short list. Well, shut it. I can’t run very far yet. But on the theory that someday I will be able to pug-wheeze along far enough to need a longer playlist, or just to have some rotation, I want your recommendations. Share your favorite heart-pumping, zombie-escaping songs—anything that motivates you to move. Otherwise, I’m just going to add more Eminem, and then my language is just going to get worse. Won’t you think of the children?

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Brooke
15 years ago

Radar Love, by Golden Earring
Magic Carpet Ride, Steppenwolf…

You know, good ol’ classic rockers!

justmouse
justmouse
15 years ago

i don’t actually RUN, but i do walk briskly. i have a list of some Walkin’ Songs…i have all kinds of weird shit on it..but here’s some that other people might actually like: Get Busy – Sean Paul, Mambo Italiano – Rosemary Clooney, Little Green Bag – George Baker, Miserlou – Dick Dale & the Deltones (from teh pulp fiction sound track). i’m also digging the black eyed peas Elefunk at the moment.

hope that helps.

heather
15 years ago

linda, i thought of you when i was in new orleans a few weeks ago. i had a near run-in with the zombies there. you can read my account of what happened here: http://blog.myspace.com/starmonkey21 (click on “sometimes zombies are a valid fear”)

Emily
15 years ago

Okay, I just finished reading World War Z and the Survival Guide is already next on my list. I have been having zombie dreams for several nights now, which is not altogether awesome if you live in a tent and hear small-arms fire at all hours while you “sleep.” (Because you NEVER KNOW if the enemy is dead, or undead.) But I do rest easy knowing that I sleep with an M16 by my side, and I am not a completely terrible marksman, so there is that. Also, my sergeant major is highly skilled in the art of zombie warfare, and has already promised to be my sidekick. (“You can’t go wrong with a machete,” is what he says.)

For your running music, I strongly recommend anything by the Bloodhound Gang (Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo is especially perfect to get the pace going) as well as the Ramones. I swear I took a solid minute off of my two-mile run just because Sheena IS a Punk Rocker.

Amy
Amy
15 years ago

I’m searching for the exact same kind of music! I recently downloaded some old Nirvana and Beastie Boys (“Sabotage,” etc.), as well as “Mama Said Knock You Out” by LL Cool J. Led Zeppelin works for me, too (“Livin Lovin Maid,” etc.).

Thanks for sharing your list, too!

Jessica
Jessica
15 years ago

I like LCD Soundsystem’s “Daft Punk Is Playing At My House”. BUCKET!

Robyn
15 years ago

Some of my favorites that really get me pumped…

Shipping up to Boston by Dropkick Murphys
C’mon, C’mon by the Von Bondies (theme song from Rescue Me)
Somebody Told Me by the Killers

Another song that’s not as hard core as the other two – but I love it anyway because it’s catchy and upbeat

The way that I am by Ingrid Michaelson

Amy
Amy
15 years ago

And how could I forget, that new Avril Lavigne song, “Girlfriend.” That song kicks ASS! Specifically, mine, into gear.

Robyn
15 years ago

Shipping up to Boston by Dropkick Murphys
C’mon, C’mon by the Von Bondies (theme from Rescue Me)
Somebody Told me by The Killers

and one that’s not as hard core – but very catchy and upbeat

The Way That I Am by Ingrid Michaelson

Trina
Trina
15 years ago

One More Time by Daft Punk

My Love by Justin Timberlake

I have a really weird playlist for walking/running those are 2 from the list that have an upbeat get you butt moving kind of thing going on.

melissaM
15 years ago

I like to call waht I do “running” (can’t bring myself to use “jogger” but it’s accurate) but I guess I’m more sashaying and loping along. Two songs I like to run to “Going the Distance” by Cake and “Running on Empty” by Jackson Browne (because that’s how I feel every single run). Keep it up–it does get better and the best part about running is that it feels so damn good to stop.

Chrissy
Chrissy
15 years ago

As a lurker who doesn’t often comment (though a long time adorer-of-all-things-sundry), I feel rather undeserving of the coveted “First Comment!” title, but there we are. I’m a college swimmer who runs mostly in the off-season to stay in shape, and while I enjoy running (though you are far from wrong in your assessment of its total suckitude when first starting out, even yesterday, after not running for a few days and feeling a little congested and craptastic in the lung region, I panted around the track feeling rather like an elderly asthmatic pug myself, wanting nothing more than to tear my running shoes from my blistered feet and dramatically proclaim that I quit, goddamit, and fetal position it up right then and there…maybe with a really big chocolate chip cookie even. I mean wait! Runnings great! Moving on…) I firmly believe that the Perfect Running Playlist is key. I refuse to run without music. Point blank.

So, without further ado (or untentionally discouraging ramble, rather), my current PRP. I edit it evey so often, but this has been the core for a few months now.

In no particular order (im rarely out of shuffle mode):

The Winner Is- Devotchka & Mychael Danna
The Captain- Guster
Treehouse- I’m From Barcelona
Everything’s Just Wonderful- Lily Allen
Monster Hospital- Metric
War on Sound- Moonbabies
Hotel Song- Regina Spektor
What Ever Happened- The Strokes
Hong Kong Garden- Siouxsie & The Banshees (Marie Antoinette soundtrack)
Portions for Foxes- Rilo Kiley
Pulling Our Weight- The Radio Dept.
Ceremony- New Order
Catwalkin’- Tony Tisdale (ridiculous gem from The Little Miss Sunshine soundtrack, when they introduce that terrifying parade of miniscule beauty queens)
Slide- Goo Goo Dolls (not a huge fan in general, but can’t help but have some sentimental ties, as they hail from my beloved hometown of Buffalo, NY)

MRW
MRW
15 years ago

Well I have no references for running because I run to things others would just find unbelievably nerdy, so will attempt to salvage some dignity there. However, loved the Zombie Survival Guide. Because we too live in a one level without an attic, I’ve spent far too much time thinking about the perfect place to make a stand – my office building. Now I’m reading Plague of the Dead which is in no way as good as WWZ or the ZSG, but I must feed my obsession with zombies somehow.

OK so I’ve not salvaged any dignity with this post…

Chrissy
Chrissy
15 years ago

Oh dear, all that preamble about being the First Comment and I was actually far from in the end. Whoooooopsiedoops.

Amy M.
Amy M.
15 years ago

I’ve been running since high school, so I have a great collection of running music. Unfortunately, it’s all in cassette/cd format. I know – so very 1990s of me!

“The Power” by Snap is a great running song – “I’ve got the power!”
“Rollin'” by Limp Bizkit is great, as is “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor (not the best beat, but it makes me think of Rocky), “Whip It” by Devo and “Laid” by James.

“Break My Stride” by Matthew Wilder is good for a cool-down or warm-up (it’s a little on the slow side).

Jen
Jen
15 years ago

something about “cowboy” by kid rock is good for my motivation.

good for you and the running. I used to hate running, got hooked on it as exercise/stress relief, and then my knees turned 80 before the rest of my body turned 30 and now I can’t. wah.

Erin
Erin
15 years ago

I really have to suggest (not to broaden your base of Eminem or anything) Eminem – Till I Collapse. I’ve had it on my running mix for about 2 years but it still gets me “pumped” quite consistently. And thoroughly.

Bill
Bill
15 years ago

I don’t think I’ve commented on your site for over a year but wanted to say (aside from the fact that your blog is great!) that if you like The Zombie Survival Guide, you will LOVE World War Z.

Irene
Irene
15 years ago

You should watch Shaun of The Dead.
Amazing movie!!
You totally crack me up by the way and thanks for that.

Roseann
Roseann
15 years ago

Korn Right Now. It’s all about punching someone in the face, and the anger in the song motivates me to run/bike faster.
I also almost always start my workouts with Breathe by Anna Nalick.

Laura
15 years ago

How about a song for beating the shit out of zombies?

Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen

Shot Shot by Gomez is also a pretty good running song.

Em
Em
15 years ago

Sometimes I trot/walk much in the way you describe, but usually just as a 10-15 minute precursor for getting on the ole’ elliptical trainer.

Anyway, for me, it’s all about tempo: pretty fast for the elliptical and a little slower for the jogging. A lot of my jog/trot/walk/elliptical workout mix is pretty crappy stuff, but it’s got a beat and you can sweat to it. Here are some on the regular rotation right now:

Go Go Gadget Gospel –Gnarles Barkely
B.O.B –OutKast
Push It –Garbage
Love Rollercoaster –Red Hot Chili Peppers
Climbatize –Prodigy
Superhero –KMFDM
Fell in Love with a Girl, Seven Nation Army –White Stripes
Are you gonna’ be my Girl –Jet
Paint it Black –Rolling Stones
No Direction, Modern Man –Bad Religion
The Great Escape, Beginning of the End –Guster
My name is Jonas –Weezer
Villians, Hero –The Verve Pipe
Rolling –Soul Coughing
Jonathan Fisk, The Way We Get By, Small Stakes –Spoon
Te Aviso Te Anuncio (Objection Tango), La Tortura –Shakira
Knights of Cydonia –Muse
Hey Ya –OutKast
One More Time –DaftPunk
Toxic –Britney (shame!)
Lose my Breath, Survivor –Destiny’s Child
Local God –Everclear
Praise You –Fatboy Slim
Just Tonight –Jimmy Eat World

Carl
Carl
15 years ago

I found that AC/DC’s It’s a long way to the top (if you want to rock and roll) increased my rate of climb on mt whitney from 1000’/hour to 1500’/hour.

No other music did better.

Katy B
15 years ago

Some recent additions to my playlist (in order of ascending intensity):

Chicago – Sufjan Stevens
Postcards from Italy – Beirut
Upon This Tidal Wave of Young Blood – Clap Your Hands Say Yeah (it HAS to be about zombies)
Very Loud – Shout Out Louds
Club Foot – Kasabian
Numb (Encore) – Jay Z & Linkin Park
Testify – Rage Against the Machine

I’m normally an indie listener and tend toward the mellow, but these songs make me want to speed up or at least keep going. Good luck!

My husband is obsessed with zombies, and it’s rubbing off on me. We went to hear David Sedaris read the other night and his book recommendation was the Zombie Survival Guide. Apparently my husband was the only one in the crowd of 2000 who’d read it, because he yelped and started clapping in the amused silence. I second the recommendation of World War Z. Also, if you’re into this sort of thing, the audio version is amazing.

Pickles & Dimes
15 years ago

Whenever I run, my only rule for music is that it has a good beat. Here’s my list:

Eye of the Tiger – Survivor
Holding out for a Hero – Bonnie Tyler
SexyBack – Justin Timberlake (I’m so ashamed!)
Lose Yourself – Eminem
Light Fingered – Composure
Hell Above Water – Curve
Holiday – Green Day
Hollaback Girl – Gwen Stefani (Again, ashamed)
Let’s Go Crazy – Prince
All the Things She Said – t.A.T.u.
Send me an angel – Thrice
Crystal Ship – X
Pure Reality – Popnuvo feat. :Lotus

Susan
Susan
15 years ago

When I used to run, oh…about a million years ago, I swore by Kid Rock’s “Devil Without a Cause.” The entire CD would keep me going and going and going…

Pickles & Dimes
15 years ago

My only rule for running music is that it has a kick-ass beat to keep me from listening to my lungs shrinking. Here’s my list:

Eye of the Tiger – Survivor
Holding out for a hero – Bonnie Tyler
SexyBack – Justin Timberlake (I’m so ashamed)
Lose Yourself – Eminem
Light Fingered – Composure
Hell Above Water – Curve
Holiday – Green Day
Hollaback Girl – Gwen Stefani (Again, ashamed)
All the things she said – t.A.T.u.
Send me an angel – Thrice
Crystal Ship – X
Pure Reality – Popnuvo feat. :Lotus

Pickles & Dimes
15 years ago

(I’m having trouble seeing my comments show up, so if this posts three times, I’m very very sorry.)

My only rule for running music is that it needs a kick-ass beat to keep me from listening to my lungs shrinking. Here’s my list:

Eye of the Tiger – Survivor
Holding out for a hero – Bonnie Tyler
SexyBack – Justin Timberlake (I’m so ashamed)
Lose Yourself – Eminem
Light Fingered – Composure
Hell Above Water – Curve
Holiday – Green Day
Hollaback Girl – Gwen Stefani (Again, ashamed)
All the things she said – t.A.T.u.
Send me an angel – Thrice
Crystal Ship – X
Pure Reality – Popnuvo feat. :Lotus

Diablevert
Diablevert
15 years ago

What’s Mine is Yours, Sleater Kinney
Ca Plane Pour Moi, The Headcoatees (obscure, I know)
Rebel Girl, Bikin Kill

Tamara
15 years ago

I think you need more Britney Spears in your life… “Stonger,” the already mentioned “Toxic,” “Hit me Baby,” and once you have Britney in your life you might as well get some Christina Aguilera too, “Dirrty,” and “Fighter.” Also, I’m telling you Irene Cara “Fame” and “What a Feeling” always get me smiling on a run. Cheesy but so easy to run to.

Maureen
Maureen
15 years ago

How about the Melissa Etheridge song “I Run for Life”-it makes me teary eyed, but it is kind of inspiring.

Beth
15 years ago

Two of my running faves, back when I ran….so these may be a bit dated:

-“Battle Flag,” by Lo-Fidelity Allstars
This song will not so much improve your language, but it will make you want to kick some ass.

-“Lift Your Head Up High and Blow Your Brains Out” by Bloodhound Gang
Not so PC by any estimation, but picking out the lyrics takes your mind off of the rasping breath and shin splints.

Rumblelizard
Rumblelizard
15 years ago

Bjork’s first solo album “Debut” is excellent workout music.

Josh
Josh
15 years ago

I’m so glad you’re not over the zombie thing. People just don’t understand how important/awesome zombies are. As for me, you can bet I’ll pony up the cash from my poor empty wallet this friday to get into a dark room and watch a big screen with zombies on it. 28 Weeks Later is coming out! Boo yah! I loved 28 Days Later. One of the best zombie flicks ever. Nothing better than super fast/strong/smart/vicious/contagious zombies.

As for youz music request. (that’s right, youz) Hmmmm. I’m asuming you want high octane shit to pump up your adrenaline so you can pug wheeze to your hearts content in some sort of asphixiated endorphine high.

The Basement Jaxx: Where’s Your Head At
Outkast: Ghetto Music, Bombs Over Baghdad, Rosa Parks
the Cardigans: Losing My Favority Game
Lilly Allen: Knock Em Out, Oh My God,
Andrew WK: Party Hard (actually everything by them is good and really high tempo)
Flogging Molly: Drunken Lullabies, Seven Deadly Sins, Pirate Song (again, good + upbeat)
Mindless Self Indulgence: Stupid Mother Fucker, Straight to Video (see above)
System of a Down: BYOB, Bounce, Thetawaves
Disturbed: Down With the Sickness, Land of Confusion, Dropping Plates, 10,000 Fists in the Air
Drowning Pool: Let the Bodies Hit the Floor
Iron Maiden: Powerslave, Run to the Hills, 666 Number of the Beast
Bloodhound Gang: Untiss Untiss Untiss, Balls Out
Old Dirty Bastard (Wu Tang Clan): Shimmy Shimmy Yaw
Rage Against the Machine: Guerilla Radio, Renegades of Funk
Tenacious D: Master Exploder
Crazytown: Darkside, Lollipop Porn
Teddy Bears Stockholm: Hey Boy
Gnarles Barkley: Gone Daddy Gone
Presidents of the United States of America: Peaches
NOFX: Bob, Linoleum

aibee
15 years ago

Battleflag by Pigeonhed (the Low Fidelity All Stars remix)
Red Dragon Tattoo by Fountains of Wayne
Crazy Bitch by Buck Cherry
!(The Song Formerly Known As) by Regurgitator
Bohemian Like You by The Dandy Warhols
If Ya Gettin’ Down by Five

:)

Maria
15 years ago

oooo, I was hoping you’d ask! I agree anything by Eminem is great for running. That is half my playlist.

50 cent – Patiently Waiting, Piggy Bank, but if you really want to feel like a badass Many Men
D12 – My band
Sean Paul – Get Busy
En Vogue – Free your mind
Pink – Get the party started
Cake – The Distance
Maroon 5 – Harder to Breath
and I do have to second Britney Spear’s Toxic. It is a good running song.
Sublime – Garden Grove

Maria
15 years ago

oooo, I was hoping you’d ask! I agree anything by Eminem is great for running. That is half my playlist.

50 cent – Patiently Waiting, Piggy Bank, but if you really want to feel like a badass Many Men
D12 – My band
Sean Paul – Get Busy
En Vogue – Free your mind
Pink – Get the party started
Cake – The Distance
Maroon 5 – Harder to Breath
Sublime – Garden Grove

janet
15 years ago

Did you see that Threadless reprinted their Zombie-themed shirt? http://threadless.com/product/632/In_Case_Of_Zombies

As for running, I like listening to the This American Life podcasts lately. Not as exciting as music but it helps take your mind off the fact that you’re running.

fellowmom
fellowmom
15 years ago

I am in the middle of WWZ, and it rocks, but now I can’t help planning for our survivial. Must get the guide.

I love the bucket stealing photos beyond all reason.

ivymae
15 years ago

What an awesome thread.

I use these playlists for inspiration, though sometimes they can be hokey.
http://fitsugar.com/tags/PLOW

I also really like these podcasts – they are more beat and less lyrics, but it is nice to zone out on, and keeps your heart rate up. (and are free! yay!)
http://fitpod.com/

Bianca
15 years ago

Okay I just checked my nano and here are some of the songs on my playlist that I love:

Faster running:
Outkast – BOB (saw it was already mentioned, right on!)
Missy Elliot – Lose Control (a workout/run playlist withouth Missy Elliott is NOT a playlist)
Missy Elliott – Pass that Dutch
Hot Potato – Freestyle Fellowship
Kanye West – The New Workout Plan
Blackalicious – Chemical Calisthenics

Medium pace:
Mos Def ft. Busta Rhymes – Do it now!
Freestyle Fellowship – Cornbread
Aaliyah – Try Again (good motivation song)
Black Eyed Peas – Request (this is pre-Fergie music, so it’s not obnoxious)
Mos Def – New World Water

Slower pace:
Kanye West – All Falls Down
De La Soul – Oooh

Good luck! Hope you like!

Philos
15 years ago

Surely you have the Propellerheads, Decksanddrumsandrockandroll, yes? The whole album is brilliant, and half the songs are upbeat drum’n’bass tracks that are made for moving fast.

Also in the instrumental vein, I’d recommend Man Or Astro-man? – I’ve only got one album by them, Destroy All Astro-men!, but it’s all space-surf-rock and again most of the tracks are made for moving fast.

g~
g~
15 years ago

Northwestern.
Sig always wins.
Although I particularly like Cornelia Marie–Jake freakin pulled out his own tooth with a set of pliers!
Ack!

Ashley
15 years ago

That chariots of Fire song popped into my head first, or maybe the Eye of the Tiger? Oh you want ‘real’ music? hmm, here is what I would have on rotation.

NIN for sure, they have many songs that build up to very high energy
Marilyn Manson (no I am not embarrased that I love him)
Cake has a lot of fun energetic songs
Rio, Duran Duran
The entire Kill ’em All album/ Metalica, that is like sticking speed in your ear
White Stripes is a good pick
The Specials
Red Hot Chili Peppers/ Uplift Mofo Party Plan
Fugazi
That’s all I have right now, August is screaming

Amy
Amy
15 years ago

Hey Mama- Black Eyed Peas
Since U Been Gone – Kelly Clarkson
One girl revolution – Sheryl Crow
Dirty Little Secret- All America Rejects
Smack that- Alcon
BOB- Outkast
Smile like you mean it, all these things that I’ve done – The Killers
Crutch- Matchbox 20

(If you’re at all a fan of country, these are good too):
Let ‘er rip – Dixie Chicks
Bones- Little Big Town
Ain’t going down till the sun comes up- Garth Brooks

Shu
Shu
15 years ago

Some songs in my running playlist right now are:

Mr. Brightside – The Killers
Anything Anything – Dramarama
Pump It – Black Eyed Peas
Walk Like An Egyptian – The Bangles
Sexy Back – JT
Hot in Herre – Nelly
Blister in the Sun – Violent Femmes

Good luck running – I am also experiencing the suckage of getting back into it!

April
April
15 years ago

That Avril Lavigne song “Girlfriend” kicks my ass into gear too. I listened to it three times in the last 2 miles of the mini marathon I ran this weekend and without it I would have been so “Eat my dust!” as I was at the end.

dani
dani
15 years ago

okay, so i don’t run. i bike. and the pace might be a little different (maybe?), but, i LOVE my husband’s biking mix. here it is. (the songs with asterisks at the end are ones that are a little lesser known, but i think YOU in particular will like them.):

SONG / ARTIST / ALBUM
_________________________

running one / tykwer/klimek/heil / “run lola run” soundtrack)
running three / tykwer/klimek/heil / “run lola run” soundtrack)
maps / yeah yeah yeahs / fever to tell
be still my heart (nobody remix) / the postal service / be still my heart
the district sleeps alone / the postal service / give up
such great heights / the postal service / give up
lucky denver mint / jimmy eat world / clarity
such great heights / iron & wine / “garden state” soundtrack
jesus of suburbia / green day / american idiot
let go / frou frou / details
breathe in / frou frou / details
razor / foo fighters / in your honor
* * * how could I forget / the faint / wet from birth * * *
snooks (progress report) / elbow / cast of thousands
dream on (dave clarke acoustic version) / depeche mode / remixes 81-04 (disc 2)
* * * monochrome / covenant / northern light * * *
god put a smile upon your face (def inc remix) / coldplay / café del mar, the best of
marching bands of manhattan / death cab for cutie / plans
sould meets body / death cab for cutie / plans
* * * now it’s a year (going on six years) / antlerand / branches (check out the whole album, actually… * * *
remind me (someone else’s radio remix) / royksopp / remind me

Naomi
Naomi
15 years ago

You probably haven’t heard a lot of Aussi music (except ACDC) so here’s an education. Check out the Spiderbait version of “Black Betty” – really down and dirty). And try out songs by “The Living End” particularly their much loved anthem “Prisoner of Society” With lyrics like “Cos I’m a brat, And I know everything, And I talk back, Cos I’m not listening, To anything you say” how can you go wrong! (Unfortunately my children have now dicovered the lyrics and are intent on living them)
But if you want american I’d choose pretty much anything by Greenday (except for that soppy song from Seinfeld) or The Offspring (especially thier early stuff eg “Come out and Play”).
Happy downloading

whoorl
15 years ago

These are on heavy rotation during my workouts:

The Numbers Song – DJ Shadow
Get It Together – Beastie Boys
No Brakes – The Bravery
My Beatbox – Deejay Punk Roc
Breakout – Foo Fighters
Yo-Yo – Basement Jaxx

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