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HALP PLZ! Need a bangin’ track… QUICK!


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  • #22550
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    frogb0tter
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    So here’s the deal: I run a martial arts school and this fall we will be having a BIG regional belt testing where all seven of our schools will attend. The owner has given me one day to pick a song that ALL the demo teams will perform to.

    Now I can pick about a brazillian bangin’ tunes by secular artists that would work. But if anyone has a 4-5 minute long SMASH-ACTION tune by a Christian artist, I’d love to rather offer that up instead. Instrumental is fine, I’d just really prefer it to be by a Christian artist if I can!

    If you guys have suggestions, please post today so I can suggest it to him. It can have a slow-to medium buildup for the first 15-20 seconds or so but after that it would need to be all action.

    #35406
    Avatar of djdunamis
    djdunamis
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    aight, give me a min while I look through my song library.

    #35407
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    djdunamis
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    btw this is up my alley, cause I like martial arts as well, just haven’t been able to get back into it. Been about 12 years since I had.

    Andy Hunter got some good tracks off his Life and Exodus albums:

    Open My Eyes – Life
    Come On – Life
    To Life, To Love – Life
    Go – Exodus
    The Wonders Of You – Exodus
    Radiate – Exodus
    Sandstorm Calling – Exodus
    Strange Dream – Exodus

    I got one called Last Days that is pretty energetic.

    Submersible (Redgun 20/20 Mix) – Sheltershed

    Sheltershed has some good tracks off their Other Condition and Motor Club albums, Diagnostics, Jet Pack Stack (Stumblebum RMX), Fuzz Buster, Gunmetal and Pivot Point.

    Free Like The Wind by Ultrabeat

    Force of Sound by Silexz
    http://www.acidplanet.com/artist.asp?songs=154968&T=4023

    Some non Christian stuff would be

    Rocketman by Time Lock

    Never Gonna Come Back Down – BT

    Guardian Angel by Juno Reactor

    Granite by Pendulum

    Way Of The Samurai by Spor, he’s got some others as well, but this is a fav

    Crossed Roots (Neonlight Remix) by Giana Brotherz

    Course there is ton of other drum n bass tracks out there as well.

    Course there is always the good ol tracks off the Mortal Kombat soundtracks:

    Control (Juno Reactor Remix) by Traci Lords
    I Won’t Lie Down by Face To Face
    Techno Syndrome by The Immortals
    Leave You Far Behind by Lunatic Calm
    Genius by Pitchshifter
    Fire by Scooter

    Kinda felt nostalgic going through all these old tracks, lol. I know I’m forgetting some but hard to remember going through 15k+ tracks. Also there is some rock music too.

    #35408
    Avatar of frogb0tter
    frogb0tter
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    Dude thanks so much. That is a huge help. No update on track picked yet, it looks like my selection deadline runs through the 3 day weekend. =)

    What art(s) did you train in?

    #35409
    Avatar of djdunamis
    djdunamis
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    @frogb0tter wrote:

    Dude thanks so much. That is a huge help. No update on track picked yet, it looks like my selection deadline runs through the 3 day weekend. =)

    What art(s) did you train in?

    I did close to 2 yrs of Korean Tae Kwon Do.

    #35410
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    frogb0tter
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    Awesome man. TKD is the main style we teach in our traditional program and I love it! (our non-traditional self defense class is Krav Maga)

    #35411
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    @frogb0tter wrote:

    Awesome man. TKD is the main style we teach in our traditional program and I love it! (our non-traditional self defense class is Krav Maga)

    what’s Krav Maga?

    #35412
    Avatar of frogb0tter
    frogb0tter
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    Comes from the Israeli Special Forces. Life or death self defense, no rules. Works in good boxing skills, muay thai kicks, elbows, knees… but so, so much more.

    Advanced students work on close ranged weapon defenses versus pistol, knife, stick, long rifle plus also sparring, multiple attackers, etc. Even basic students will learn groin kicks, eye gouges, and other “against the rules” techniques because it is only about one thing: making sure the student can go home safe if their life is in danger.

    Check out the Human Weapon episode on Krav if you ever get a chance. They went to Israel and got a great show on it. Two seasoned athletes/martial artists and they almost couldn’t believe how hard Krav Maga training was. The intensity/difficulty is through the roof, as it is all aggression based training.

    When our first instructors from our company went to test for their Krav instructor certification, they were in a class of 25 candidates. Every testing candidate was already a black belt from some other discipline. By the end of the week, only 12 students had made it through the seven day testing. The extreme difficulty level of Krav Maga is designed to make even black belts from other disciplines want to quit.

    Basically it is some of the best self defense training you can get! But as with all martial arts, there are some knock off schools out there teaching watered down Krav Maga. If you ever go to a school that’s officially certified by Krav Maga Worldwide (http://www.kravmaga.com) you will probably get some of the best training of your life (and some of the hardest). :D

    #35413
    Avatar of djdunamis
    djdunamis
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    sounds good, will have to look it up.

    #35414
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    djdunamis
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    bummer none near me. closest is 2 1/2-3 hrs away

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