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Album: SparkPeople - The Best Running Songs of All Time (Non-Stop Mix @ 142-160BPM)

Artist: Yes Fitness Music

  • Genre: Fitness & Workout
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Da Capo Music, LLC / The SAIFAM Group

Tracklist For SparkPeople - The Best Running Songs of All Time (Non-Stop Mix @ 142-160BPM) By Artist Yes Fitness Music

Title Artist Time
Raise Your Glass Kate Project 5:22 USD 0.99
Eye of the Tiger MC Joe & The Vanillas 4:39 USD 0.99
Rolling in the Deep Leit-Motiv 4:38 USD 0.99
Moves Like Jagger Atlantis 5:01 USD 0.99
Party Rock Anthem MC Joe & The Vanillas 4:57 USD 0.99
Don't Stop Believin' Axel Force 4:27 USD 0.99
Stronger (What Doesn't Kill Yo DB 6:00 USD 0.99
Pump It Java 5:01 USD 0.99
Living On a Prayer Axel Force 4:49 USD 0.99
Hey Ya! MC Boy 4:32 USD 0.99
Lose Yourself MC Boy 5:11 USD 0.99
Footloose A. Kay-B.J. & A Kay-B.J. 5:13 USD 0.99

Reviews For SparkPeople - The Best Running Songs of All Time (Non-Stop Mix @ 142-160BPM) By Artist Yes Fitness Music

  • dam these are nice speed mixes

    By 🎵ITunes player🎵
    I kinda don't like the originals cause there not making a real point/ reason with there music, its usually trying to get somebody to drug them and take them home and do away with them, it's typical and boring! at least there not making fun of the songs and there singing all the lyrics,... it's not a parody, they got the rights to remix them, get over it and move on, whiners, also i doubt the original artist's would like to speed up there music maybe thats why they picked other people.
  • Explicit Lyrics

    By MoodyRose79
    I purchased both volume 1 & 2 so I honestly don’t know which album the song is on but I was quite disappointed to be in the middle of my run on the treadmill and have to listen to cursing. This is not mentioned within the description anywhere.
  • Ew

    By annfranks
    All these songs were good to begin with now you just made them awful

    By Mnappy519
    It's horrible y do remixes I hate this don't listen to it It is horrible music the beat is horrible
  • Boooo

    By Ruffyn01
    Horrible, I just threw away $7.99
  • It Is What It Is

    By WPtarmigan
    Take a listen before you buy. This is not original music; it has been run through the industrial sausage grinder of the fitness music industry. It has its uses--the beat for each song is controlled to be at a specific rate to help you do your exercise at a steady cadence with the background beat emphasized so you can't miss it. It's the stuff aerobics teachers buy for their classes. If you like the songs but not in this processed form, you can always put together the originals into your own playlist one by one.
  • Spark people

    By Tylo185
    I wish I had read the reviews. These songs are remixes that I will not be able to listen to while I run because they are so annoying. The beat is too fast and the songs are horrible. It was a waste of money.
  • Chipmunks

    By Cper709
    I should have read the reviews before wasting $8.00 on this. Listened to parts of 4 songs,couldn't stand any more! Sounds like the chipmunks singing only on super fast speed! Live and learn. Too bad they have my money! 😩 It really doesn't deserve a 1 star for a rating. It doesn't give you any lower option
  • Yuck

    By Threasac
    I hate it when they take a great song and have some other artist remix it. If the songs were so good to start with why remix them. Can you find existng songs by the origional artists that work.
  • BLEH

    By technocowboy
    As much as I love SparkPeople, I hated this album. The mixes were awkward, the tempos were terrible for my workout, they weren't even good rehashes of the originals. I'm just glad I'm in the habit of listening to anything that goes in my Running Mix before it actually gets road tested. I would haev been significantly unhappy to have to try and run to this. The originals are bright and upbeat; these, though? These are terrible.

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