sports-fans.jpgThis week’s station: Game On!.
I think everyone should have a walk-up song (now batting…), even if it rarely gets used. I also like to think that if the right song is played at the right moment, it can actually influence the outcome of the game. While this is debatable, the significant role that music plays in the modern arena or coliseum is not… for better or worse.
This collection delivers all your standard coliseum anthems, along with a nice stack of other, relatively unknown gems. While the music represents a wide variety of musical styles — including rap, rock, punk, metal, funk, film score, and electronic/dance — they all have one thing in common: energy.
Recommended for play while: tailgating, applying paint to your face and/or body, getting pumped to deliver a presentation at work, entertaining during the holidays while sports are on TV, stuck in traffic trying to get to the game, in the locker room prior to a big matchup, performing a victory dance, clapping in unison, playing dunk hoops on a 6 foot rim, working off the calories from aforementioned tailgate, and any situation that requires an elevated state of personal or team mojo.
For best results, play at a high volume on big speakers.
Addi
(dance collection manager)

Comments

  1. Jason Demko
    November 17, 2009 at 7:37am
    Music will bring much excitement to the scene.......
  2. Liann
    November 17, 2009 at 3:28pm
    My brother turned me on to this site and I love it.I do like a certain style of music but sometimes I like a little mix too. I'll spread the word to my friends.
  3. Marc Thomas
    November 18, 2009 at 11:45am
    I would agree with you that the right song at the right time can influence the outcome of a game. It can cause a turning point that changes the whole outcome.
  4. Kevin Seal
    November 18, 2009 at 2:03pm
    Absolutely! Absolutely. I totally agree, Marc. That's why DJs need to be mindful of the effect they might be having on the crowd. (And, by extension, on the players, and the coaches, and, as you put it best, the outcome of the game.) Great post, Addi. I love the questions that this topic raises.
  5. Michael Addicott
    November 18, 2009 at 3:02pm
    I am not alone then! thanks Marc...
  6. Mark
    November 22, 2009 at 10:37am
    Very nice post!! I totally agree, the right song at the right time can influence the outcome of a game.
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