A Playlist for the Heart (Rate)

I usually just listen to full records but I like making playlists for working out. I’m seeing my trainer tomorrow so I made a new one. She doesn’t mind my blaring punk rock, though a couple of times ladies from the studio next door have come by to complain. This is the first time in my adult life I’ve successfully stuck to an exercise program and having music I like playing has helped. Here’s what I’ve got lined up for tomorrow. This should help keep my heart rate up.

Hüsker Dü, “In a Free Land”
Channel 3, “Manzanar”
Toxic Reasons, “Breaking Down the War Machine”
Radio Birdman, “New Race”
The F.U.’s, “Unite or Lose”
Articles of Faith, “I’ve Got Mine”
Government Issue, “Understand”
Suicide Machines, “High Society”
Big Boys, “Which Way to Go”
Lars Frederiksen & the Bastards, “Dead American”
The Cute Lepers, “Opening Up”
The Wipers, “Window Shop for Love”
Go Betty Go, “I’m from LA”
Faith, “Subject to Change”
The Dils, “I Hate the Rich”
Cadáveres De Niños, “Tragedia”
G.I.S.M., “Death Agonies and Screams”
Negative Approach, “Can’t Tell No One”
The Dicks, “Dicks Hate the Police”
Reagan Youth, “Degenerated”
Marginal Man, “Fallen Pieces”
MIA, “Boredom is the Reason”
Se, “Punk on typerää”
The Tossers, “No Loot, No Booze, No Fun”
Nekromantix, “Gargoyles Over Copenhagen”

Originally published on LiveJournal, May 13, 2010. 

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