Crimson Death
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Recommend Me Some Intense Electronic/techno/house

I'm popping this in the Spin Room at the gym. Already had 3 CD's done. The "hard" playlist, the "Extreme!!!" playlist and "The Near Death Experience". But I've had mostly metal/post-hardcore/rock/theatrical. This list is my "Near Death Experience" list.rOh and I want song recommendations, not albums. Also, preferrable something that has about 2 minutes of pure intensity, and shorter calm portions. I'm working on my next disk called "This Playlist Will Make Spartans Cry".
1Kamelot
Temples of Gold

Warm-up track.
2Audiomachine
Speed Demon

Intense theatrical track.
3Opeth
Ghost of Perdition

This one was good for intervals, lots of rest -> intensity phases.
4Carcass
Corporal Jigsore Quandary

WHEEEWWW! Turned up the resistance and intensity for what seemed like forever, right after the drum solo at the beginning, this got TOUGH!
5Audomachine
Detonation
6Thrice
The Abolition of Man

One of the tougher tracks on this playlist for sure!
7Audiomachine
Legends of Victory

EPIC!
8Hammer of the Gods
9Converge
Concubine

After the intro it was ~1 minute ALL OUT.
10Opeth
The Grand Conjuration

There really was no rest from the last track due to the intro of this song, this one worked really well, with the intense growled portions. Especially after the first 2 verses.
11Thrice
Atlantic

Cool Down
12Katatonia
Teargas

Stretching
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