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Meathead Music #2- Tracks To Help You Crush Your Enemies
By Evan Clark
Track #1: Till I Collapse – Eminem
‘Cause sometimes you just feel tired,
Feel weak, and when you feel weak, you feel like you wanna just give up.
But you gotta search within you, you gotta find that inner strength
And just pull that shit out of you and get that motivation to not give up
And not be a quitter, no matter how bad you wanna just fall flat on your face and collapse.
Conan the Barbarian, was raised on the wheel of pain. His family was ruthlessly slaughtered and a young Conan was kidnapped and sold into slavery. Conan was forced to push the wheel of pain everyday until he was a full grown man. The Wheel of Pain was brutal, but it made Conan a massive beast. The only reason Conan survived childhood was because when he was on the edge of giving up, his masters would play “Till I Collapse”. Conan would dig in a little deeper and beat the hell out of the Wheel of Pain.
Yes, the only reason Conan was able to crush his enemies, see them driven before him, and to hear the lamentation of his enemies’ women, was because of this fantastic pump-up song by Eminem. With Nate Dogg singing the hook, and a beat comprised of heavy bass and an eruption of claps, it’s no wonder Conan was motivated to became such a powerful and dominant warrior.
Track #2: Blood Rave – Crystal Method
As you should know by now, we here at JackedPack hate vampires. We will not buy into the new wave of teen heartthrob movies that are taking over our youth. Vampires are not attractive, they are blood sucking monsters and should be treated as such. This is why we love the idea that our legend of a president Abe Lincoln was in fact, a vampire slayer.Another famous vampire slayer was Blade, from the self-titled History Channel special: Blade.
Blade, portrayed by Westly Snipes, was a juiced half-vampire, half-human who (before he stopped paying his taxes) loved nothing more than murking vampires. The song “Blood Rave” was featured in the opening scene of Blade. This tune not only inspired Blade to kill as many vampires as humanly possible, but has inspired meatheads of an entire generation to pick heavy things up and put them down. Its heavy bass and hook are sure to get your blood pumping and juiced for the next heavy set.