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Running Music, Vol. I

by Various Artists

An Indie Workout Mix
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Fragment 31
This Reporter
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2. Red Scare
Ivan Ives
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3. Electric Candy (Edit)
TraviisD
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4. Which Side You're On (The Pirate Song)
The Dont's
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5. Doomsday Devices (Ruby Isle Mix)
Golden Bloom
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6. CCSS
The Aviation Orange
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7. 5'7"
Of God And Science
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8. I Know
Overnight
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9. Tides Of Time
The Soundscapes
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10. Human Jungle
Take It Easy Hospital
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11. I Can't Get Around
The Craftmen Club
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12. Benzedrine
Elusive Parallelograms
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13. Full Album Continuous Mix
Max Stagger
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32:29 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the second in a series of workout mixes curated by Marie Claire magazine's resident DJ Chris Lawhorn.

Primarily, it was assembled using the feedback from the users of the workout music database at RunHundred.com.

The plan was to try to move slightly away from the techno cover songs that usually dominate these sort of albums.

Instead, a host of DJs and bands were employed to put together something that sounds more like a mixtape you’d make for a friend–but without the slow songs.


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