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Roller Tunes(9 posts)

Roller TunesBreck
Apr 6, 2001 10:01 AM
The ONE favorite indoor trainer tune, anyone?

Check out Cheap Trick (live) AT BUDOKAN cd. Their take on Fats Domino "Ain't That a Shame" will knock yah out. Outstaanding cd for Tempo ridin' on the Wind/ Mag Trainer or Rollers. Down hills, flats, climbs ... spinning, sprinting, out of the saddle's all there. Had this buried on Vinyl "Liquorice Pizza" & just got the cd.

Damn, never used to particularly cotton to this style of Rock. Must be re-gressin' as ah age.

Big Ring
re: Roller TunesMass Biker
Apr 6, 2001 10:21 AM
Since you're looking for the ONE indoor tune:

"Death or Glory" - the Clash, from London Calling.

Words that any struggling bike racer can understand....
re: Roller TunesUnderdog
Apr 6, 2001 10:23 AM
I like a little edge. I roll with Guns and Roses or Aerosmith as my favs.
Beach Boys car song or Top Gun soundtrack ...Humma Hah
Apr 6, 2001 1:02 PM
... will both get my blood pumping. Also fond of selected cuts from "Star Wars" soundtracks or "The Rocketeer" (I noticed David Copperfield used some of these the other night).

Or for longer, more determined efforts, the soundtrack from "Chariots of Fire".

Some of that old R&B stuff makes me tired -- "Walking to New Orleans" ain't the best for cycling.
Beach BoysBreck
Apr 7, 2001 9:42 AM
Yavo. Ran the San Diego Half Marathon back in '93. They bus you from Balboa Park to the top of Cabrillo Pt. at 5:30 am. They were blastin' the Beach Boys to wake everbody up. IT worked. "little deuce coupe" & "409"(?). Believe Glen Campbell helped out on "help me rhonda"?, mebee the tune for climbing with a bike named rhonda.

COF ... first saw that last month on Direct TV.

Fat's Domino ... Domonio's "Blueberry Hill" missed out on no.1 to Everly Brother's "wake up little Susy". Yeah, hay was in HS when this stuff came out(!).

Grew up with old style 40's-50's country music as my dad & mom's brother played in the bands.

Apr 7, 2001 10:01 AM
Make that dad's bro and mom's bro., no jokes pleeze. My dad's brother "Boots" played in the Ernest Tubb band. Tubb coined the phrase "Country Music", before that it was called Hillbilly music and started from fiddle music before the influence of the Spanish guitar. Later the Hawaiian steel came in. Bob Will's brought in the horns, piano, electric Fender bass. My mom's brother "Bub" played in local Dallas, Tex. night club Country bands, Big D Jamboree & taught me guitar but it did not take.

Went thru all the phases ...
c&w, pop, jazz, r&b, blues, big band, folk, classical & semi, rock; you name it.

Anything by Rollins Band...gimmeaminute
Apr 6, 2001 1:55 PM
Keep lots 'o water handy.
hard tunes for hard timesmust_ride_harder
Apr 6, 2001 2:17 PM
Warmup - Workout - Cooldown... only takes 75 mins, great for on wind trainer

Powerman 5000 - The End is Over
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Parallel Universe
Fear Factory - Remanufacture
Foo Fighters - Generator
Korn - Camel Song
Offspring - The Kids Aren't Alright
Blur - Song 3
Professional Murder Music - Slow
Korn - Got the Life
Godsmack - Awake
System of a Down - Metro
Powerman 5000 - When Worlds Collide
Powerman 5000 - Supernova Goes Pop
Bush - Machine Head
Powerman 5000 - Nobody's Real
Powerman 5000 - Ultra Mega
System of a Down - Sugar
Rage Against the Machine - Guerilla Radio
Flybanger - This is Bliss
War - Why Can't We Be Friends
Collective Soul - Run
re: Roller Tunescm
Apr 6, 2001 5:17 PM
Anything by Agent Orange - especially "Bloodstains"