Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by StaticOnTheWay, Sep 4, 2012.
Man, W&K in a car is so fucking pumping. I say the same about LGM.
Someone who agrees! :h5: Best LP song to workout to
This x1000. Turn up the bass, I get so jacked!
Yeah! I know what you mean!
I know this isn't LP but Remember the Name by Fort Minor is one of the best pump up songs ever.
Believe Me is pretty good doing this too! And Red To Black.
Powerless(weird choice, I know)
Bleed it Out
One Step Closer
Honestly, IMO, from each main studio album (No B-Sides/Demos/Live/Remixes/Mash-Ups)
Hybrid Theory - Points Of Authority
Meteora - Don't Stay
Minutes To Midnight - Bleed It Out
A Thousand Suns - When They Come For Me
LIVING THINGS - VICTIMIZED
As a competitive swimmer, I've had my fair share of LP pump-up songs behind the blocks. I've created my own customized live version of Faint that mashes up Auburn 2007 with the performance from 7.0, and believe me when I say the extended outro is BRUUUUUTAL. I've used No More Sorrow's extended intro several times as well to get me in the zone, but for the last little while I haven't gotten the same "high" from these songs. I guess I've overplayed them. Luckily, Lost In The Echo and Victimized, and possibly even Lies Greed Misery feel like they are more than ready to fill in the gap. Can't wait to try them out this season!
QWERTY usually gets me hyped for anything haha.
VICTIMIZED, WRETCHES & KINGS, THE CATALYST & GIVEN UP!!
Wake, I think should have been a longer instrumental.
i think its given up. its more of a " from pump up to a blow up" kinda song.
No more Sorrow should get a mention.
FAINT. LGM. QWERTY
People are going to laugh at me for this, but...
"Burn It Down"
I mean, I can't stop listening to it. It's their most dance-able track ever, especially with Rob's drumming, the synths and beats just doesn't make me stop. XD
Qwerty, Papercut, APFMH, By Myself, Given Up, Hit The Floor, W&K, LITE, Victimized
For me these are probably the best LP pump-up songs.
Hahaha, just kidding. If you like it, enjoy it.
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