Input needed from my fellow followers and readers

As I have continued to push myself to be healthy and train for this half marathon, I have listened to a lot of music while out on the road to distract my brain from figuring out what exactly is going on. I find myself listening to the same old bands and songs over and over. Here is where I need your help

Input I Need: I want to create a playlist for the Bix 7 run next Saturday. I want completely new and random music to keep me off guard and curious. I plan to set my iPod to shuffle on this playlist that I will title, “7 miles and hills are torture!” So, please submit to me songs and please include the artist. I will add them to my playlist and will not listen to them until race day. I will leave it up to you all to create the playlist. I will also add the playlist to this website for you to hear what I will be hearing.

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My ears anxiously await your suggestions.

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  1. Wow, I haven’t visited your blog in a while, and your site is all fancy and you’re running races! Good for you! When I do triathlons, I have three different songs that go through my head, one for each event:

    Swim: The Silly Elephant who Stomped to Tea by the Mermen
    Bike: One Thing by Finger Eleven
    Run: Pistolero by Juno Reactor

    The bike leg is the longest part of the race, so I sometimes alternate One Thing with Bring it On by Seal. Very inspiring.

    Good luck!

  2. Thanks for the suggestions. I have so much music(close to million different songs) and yet I just became aware of two new bands i.e. Mermen and Juno Reactor. I have them added to my ipod playlist and in the sidebar. Mermen I had to go with a different track from the blog as they did not have that particular song. Thanks for checking out the blog and hope all is going well.