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The 50 Best Indie Workout Songs Ever



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Indie rock never gets disturbed by the workout music. Blame Zac Braff's Garden State Soundtrack that blurs a genre that gets your ass going, as well as heavy metal (what's being talked about …) and punk. And indie rock drives you as he surprises you . The eardrum-chopping up the guitars of Sonic Youth. The organ madness of Pixies vocals. The brain-breaking powers of The Flaming Lips beep and blow. Indie Rock is exciting, powerful, heart-wrenching and indispensable for any workout playlist for all these reasons. Indie rock is the unknown, and you must set off without knowing exactly what to expect. Apart from having a guide now with these 50 Ultimate Indie Workout songs. Continue to dare.

. 1
"Movement" by LCD Soundsystem

      The cymbal-crash-chaos of this James Murphy-track from 2005 is the shortest on the self-titled double album, but bubbles with adrenaline. Play it if you want to get moving.

      Motivational Poetry: You are history and I am struck. // You are sleeping deeply and I am battered. // you plunder and I'm // For the best results, I tap

      2. Z) Eliminator Jr. by Sonic Youth

      It's only a trifle when Kim Gordon grunts over a single simple guitar riff for 40 seconds before turning into a half-incoherent scream that applies to anyone who has ever trained.

      Motivational text: Walking in the park? Shit, yes

      3. "A / B Machines" by Sleigh Bells

      Some songs drive training because of their encouraging lyrics. Others, like these, are training because they are REALLY FREAKING.

      Motivational Poetry: [That single scream at 3:00]


      4. "Wide Awake" by Parquet Courts

      From the same album from 2018 with the song "Total Football," this potent ditty is a pair of jumper cables for a workout that's fresh out of bed. If you do not get up after the first few bars, there is not much help for you.

      Motivational Poetry: I'm wide awake always losing the pace

      5. "XR" by Cymbals Eat Guitars

      A song about the ferocity of youth, filled with a relentless noose and angry vocals that sound as if Joseph D & # 39; Agostino is rabid and ready to prepare for the carotid artery.

      Imagine victory // Our alternative story

      6. "Run Run Run" by The Velvet Underground

      Put the 1967 classic in your mix at about mid-term. Lou Reed's delivery is tired, if determined. A trampling guitar keeps pace, even during the head-turning solo, which gives the feeling that the whole thing will fall apart at any moment. Somehow everything ends strong.

      Motivational Poetry: You have to run, run, run, run, run

      7. "Kill V. Maim" by Grimes

      It's so strange and wild and wonderfully packed in 4:06 that it would not be a terrible idea to put this piece on a loop and let it run.

      Because I'm just a man, do what I can

      8. Pavement's "Baptiss Blacktick"

      Someone must have pissed off Stephen Malkmus at this 1993 Deep Cut of Westing . He growls. He yells. He whines. He's a whip when you need one.

      Motivational Poetry: [incoherent screeching at 1:32]

      9. "Stay Useless" by Cloud Nothings

      It's a song about staying in the seat, which is also strangely motivating.

      Motivational Poetry: Can I see what's wrong with me? // I used to have everything I'm alone // I never said that I'm better off this way // I have to do something, go somewhere

      10. "So I've escaped my fate" by Mission of Burma

      You could spend an entire afternoon watching Dead Poets Society or you could listen to this two-minute powerhouse from 1982 for the same car.

      Motivational Poetry: This could be your only chance // to prove it yourself.

      . 11 "Junko Ozawa" by The Raveonettes

      See # 3.

      Motivational Poetry: Prepare for Death, Prepare for War // I can tell the oceans are red in your eyes // I'm all set to finish this now

      12. "Bastards of Young" by The Replacements

      The classic song without protest is also a kick-in-the-pants effect, especially in the last 30 seconds.

      Motivational Poetry: Take it, it's yours [repeat]

      13. "Panic Switch" by Silversun Pickups

      You know the moment when you are trapped under the threat of a descending bench-press bar or before the last brutal mile of a marathon training run? When the alarm bells of "I can not do that!" Are you starting to scream? That's the panic switch.

      Motivational Poetry: Are you going to stand in line or let go of the glitch? // Can you fall asleep with a panic switch?

      fourteenth "Idioteque" by Radiohead

      This apocalyptic, slowly constructed ratchet increases the pressure until a sensation of madness begins with the head cut off. There is an urgency that urges you to move, MOVE !

      Motivational lyric: throw into the fire // throw into the fire

      15. "Waiting Room" by Fugazi

      For the appreciation of the health you have and for which you enjoy it.

      Motivational Poetry: But I'm not inactive // ​​I'm planning a big surprise // I'll fight for what I want to be

      16. "Dig Me Out" by Sleater-Kinney

      The 1997 hit indie punk trio is full of mocking resentment that works best for the most odious exercises.

      Motivational Poetry: To get started // Three to go

      17. "Break My Body" by Pixies

      While Frank Black is howling, you pray for strength under duress.

      Motivational Poetry: I am a building jumper air

      18th "Pearly Gates" by The Men

      Do you know the bar fight scene in Roadhouse ? This more than six minute bottle-throwing, jaw-dropping, unparalleled songbrawler is this songform scene.

      Motivational text: We must go // We must go

      19. "Paddling Out" by Miike Snow

      For you swimmers out there a greeting.

      Motivational Poetry: You say, is not it hard? // paddling, paddling

      20. "Swim" by Surfer Blood

      Seriously, this sport is no joke.

      Motivational Poetry: Enjoy your energy // This is the symmetry line

      21. "New Day Rising" by Hüsker Dü

      Lyrics wise, there is not much to opener Düs 1985's album. But there is a force behind the frenetic drums, the exploding guitars and the primal screams. It is audio power.

      Motivational Poetry: [unintelligible]

      22. "Midnight City" by M83

      For every quiet moment in this track from 2011 Hurry Up, We Dreaming there is an equal and opposite intensity boost. And if you've never worked with a saxophone solo in headphones, it's time.

      Motivational Poetry: Waiting for a roar

      23. "Assassins" by Lighting Bolt

      It's the sound of blood pumping in your ears. It's the noise of the pump. It's the drowsiness of survival. It is madness.

      Motivational Poetry: [don’t bother]

      24. "Old Wounds" by PUP

      This Mauler feels relentless, a strong reprisal hunger that fuels the entirety of his breathless two minutes. Save it for your last sentence.

      Motivational text: They keep trying to rip open old wounds. // It's so embarrassing, do not you know that I'm over you?


      25th "Running" by Gil Scott-Heron, Jamie xx

      The unlikely indie super duo races across the steps in this drill sergeant of the song.

      Motivational Poetry: Because I have to run for something of greater value // Run and be not afraid

      26. "Wolf Like Me" by TV On The Radio

      From the first drum beat, a runner high penetrates the whole thing – a blurred, elevated, ecstatic and yet determined sense feeling.

      Motivational Poetry: ] My heart is in flames // My body is tense, but God, I like it

      27. Sebadoh's "License to Confuse"

      It's short, but the power of the track is based on the catchy tune of a guitar hook that ducks and dodges the lines of vocalist Lou Barlow, as in the first round of a price war.

      Motivational Poetry: As if I had let slip // Only a nonsense in my head

      28. "Enfilade" by At the Drive In

      This Caterwaul from the year 2000 is a hymn for an uprising. His chorus is frantic, focused and asks to be sung out of lungs.

      Motivational text: Freight train arrives // Freight train arrives

      29. "Heavy Cross" by Gossip

      This eerie steamroller from a 2009 track features Beth Ditto as she's everywhere on junky guitars and punchy drums. The dance floor is Gang of Four.

      Motivational Poetry: We can play it safe or stay cool // Follow the leader or set all the rules // Whatever you want, you have the choice // So choose

      30. "Golden Skans" by Klaxons

      Here's an entertaining treadmill workout: Turn on the machine when the 2007 chorus sounds. Then put it down to something that is manageable during the verse.

      Motivational Poetry: A hall with records or numbers or spaces that are not finished yet

      31. "Cut-Out Witch" by Guided By Voices

      Robert Pollard sings about a dubious witch, while a haunting and more intense guitar chases you. You should rather run away.

      Motivational Poetry: Do you think she can change your life?

      32nd "I Break the Mirrors in the US with My Face" by Death Grips

      The hip-hop project for electronic punk rock art that does not and then does kick off delivers a rush of sound that makes you feel as if you had done a 100-yard run as fast and as hard as possible. "Romantic Rights" by Death From Above 1979

      There is a chugging and scratching in this 2004 track that feels like you want to stop, but you can not.

      Motivational text: You are If you hit walls now, you just will not stop.

      34th "Damaged Goods" by Gang of Four

      Even though it is a different type of "workout", there is enough sweating in the lyrics that it does not matter.

      Motivational Poetry: Change will do you good

      35. "Abundant Living" by Iceage

      The Danish punk band launches this cherry bomb of a song with a load of noise, followed by the barking of the singer Elias Bender Rønnenfelt. After that you can not turn back.

      Motivational Poetry: In the gas fire // I felt the power

      36. "Doin 'the Cockroach" by Modest Mouse

      What begins as a casual, meandering mouse song gradually climbs into higher levels of fast guitar and dominant vocals. Halfway you are carried away, blood burns and your feet are burning.

      Motivational lyric: One year // Twenty years // Forty years // Fifty years // The road in your life along // You I look in the mirror // and say: "My parents are still alive. "

      37th "I bet you look good on the dance floor" by Arctic Monkeys

      The English band launches this hellish track from 2006 Whatever people say I am, I'm not .

      Motivational text: Oh, but you're an explosion (you're dynamite)

      38. "The Council" by The Walkmen

      This song has a chip on its shoulder. This edge intervenes, stops and releases after 4 minutes and 22 seconds. You neither.

      Motivational Poetry: When I went out, I knew everyone I saw. // Now I'm going out alone, if I go out at all.

      . 39 And not just because Albert Hammond Jr. knows it's about TRX suspension training.

      Motivational text: And I do not know why // I walk miles [19659011] 40. "Queen of Hearts" by Fucked Up

      There is a beautiful story about the proletariat and the affection and meaning of life, but you'll probably be trying too hard to pay attention.

      The dawn breaks in this city and for me a new dawn breaks.

      41st "Slow Hands" by Interpol

      You can improve your time under tension. Think of it as slooooooow hands.

      Motivational Poetry: Yes, I already know that there is no end.

      42nd "My Shadow" by Jay Reatard

      Do you know the feeling of competing against yourself? Do you want to go beyond what you are? So also this song.

      Motivational Poetry: The Way You Walk on // The Way You Walk Through // The Way You Walk

      43. "Titus Andronicus Against the Absurd Universe (3rd Round KO)" by Titus Andronicus

      There are moments during the training session in which you ask yourself the ad put question in this 2012 offer from Local Business , ,

      Motivational Poetry: [you’ll get the point]

      44. "Race for the Prize" by The Flaming Lips

      Okay, technically is a scientific race for healing, but if you listen so carefully to the lyrics, you're not running hard enough.

      Motivational Poetry: Up to the avant-garde // Where the pressure is too high

      45. "Constructive Summer" by The Hold Steady

      What they build does not exclude muscle.

      Motivational Poetry: We will build something this summer

      46. "Set You Free" by The Black Keys

      From their 2013 album Thickfreakness this juicy guitar jam storms towards sprint finish.

      Motivational text: I set you free [repeat]

      47. "Arrows" by Mas Ysa

      What begins as a whisper rises to a crescendo of hysteria. Thomas Arsenault also orchestrates everything himself. And you think you're the one who's exhausted.

      Motivational Poetry: So run, if you can not fight us // Then you count to us and you do not see it

      48. "Gun" by CHVRCHES

      There's a rage going through this 2013 blast that makes Lauren Mayberry's sprite-like voice just more menacing.

      Motivational text: You better run away from me. // With everything you own // Because I'll come for you // With everything I have

      49. "Booty City" by Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears

      For Glute Day.

      Motivational Poetry: That's the best I've ever had in my life.

      50th "Exercise Man" by Dean Ween Group

      You made it. Feel the burning.

      Motivational text: Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! // You're the Weight Lifeguard

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