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If an up tempo song is getting lots of love on the radio, there's a good chance it will be in heavy rotation at the gym as well. And while Top 40 chart toppers are obvious choices when it's time to break a sweat, they lose their charm pretty fast when you hear them everywhere you go. To extend the lives of your favorite hits and mix things up a little, this workout playlist focuses on tracks that have been getting attention primarily from blogs, college radio stations, and record stores, including a surprising collaboration between Capital Cities and André 3000, the latest from Lauryn Hill, and a late-night epic from M83. Here's the full list: Snow Patrol - Called Out in the Dark - 121 BPM Scissor Sisters - Only The Horses - 127 BPM Mika - Live Your Life - 104 BPM M83 - Midnight City - 105 BPM Tegan & Sara - Closer - 138 BPM Foster the People - Call It What You Want - 114 BPM Lauryn Hill - Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix) - 113 BPM The Postal Service - A Tattered Line of String - 141 BPM The Gaslight Anthem - "45" - 90 BPM Capital Cities & Andre 3000 - Farrah Fawcett Hair - 125 BPM To find more workout songs, check out the free database at Run Hundred. You can browse by genre, tempo, and era to find the best songs to rock your workout. http://www.shape.com/fitness/playlists/best-workout-music-youre-not-listening
you guys might want to check out dj heavygrinder she has some free downloads that i use for my work out and it immediately raises my heart rate
@divalycious I like this list of workout songs. thanks @divalycious
MJ the most one that always make not feeling the time when I am working out