Friday, September 2, 2011

Running in the '80s...Mostly.

Since I have waxed poetic on the virtues of Nike Running, I thought it only fair that I share my iTunes Running Mix. Songs with asterisks are my "power songs," which are songs that the Nike Running app will go to with a touch when you need that extra bit of motivation:

Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)--Bruce Springsteen
Roll With The Changes--REO Speedwagon
Feelin' Stronger Every Day*--Chicago
Fire Woman--The Cult
Only in My Dreams--Debbie Gibson
Hold Your Head Up--Argent
Run to the Hills*--Iron Maiden
Don't Misunderstand Me--Rossington-Collins Band
Ride Like the Wind--Christopher Cross
The Bitch Is Back--Elton John
Hold On Loosely--.38 Special
Philadelphia Freedom--Elton John
No Rain--Blind Melon
Kickstart My Heart--Mötley Crüe
Take the Highway--The Marshall Tucker Band
Eyes Without a Face--Billy Idol
Gimmie Some Water --Eddie Money
Foreplay/Long Time--Boston
Who Are You--The Who
Peace Of Mind--Boston
Jet--Paul McCartney & Wings
Love Removal Machine--The Cult
Rudie Can't Fail--The Clash
Remedy--The Black Crowes
Running On Empty--Jackson Browne
Never Been Any Reason--Head East
I Still Believe--The Call
Stealin'*--Uriah Heep

And yeah, it's mostly eighties music. What can I say?

Btw, who still listens to Argent and Uriah Heep? Besides me, I mean.

Cheers, all.

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