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Top hockey music

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Looking at putting a CD together to play during stoppage of play during HS hockey game. Give me you opinion on best hockey songs. I'll take the top 20 and put it together.

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eyewarrior

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Don't forget to add some audio quotes from Slapshot.

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You absolutely have to have this song performed by MN native Martin Zellar...The Zamboni Song

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Dude, that is the Gear Daddies not just Martin Zellar. Has to be on any hockey soundtrack though. Great band.

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It kind of depends on what you're going for. If you want intense or "hockey" music or if you just want something to entertain the masses in between the hockey.

I have a playlist of music I played in pep band in high school. I wouldn't say these are the best songs but they're some to consider.

Beer Barrel Polka

Carry On Wayward Son

Cleveland Rocks

Danger Zone

The Final Countdown

Frankenstein

Get Ready for This

Gonna Fly Now

Iron Man

Pink Panther

Radar Love

Smoke on the Water

Soul Bossa Nova

Start Me Up

Taking Care of Business

Wipe Out

You Really Got Me

Zoot Suit Riot

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AC/DC.....you shook me all night long, back in black

Bon Jovi Livin on a prayer, wanted dead or alive

Neil Diamond Sweet Caroline

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The song I like is from Pink called So What. Lyrics in it are about starting a fight. Might not be a good choice for high school for sportsmanship.

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"Sweet Caroolinnnee, da, da, DA!"

One of the worst and best songs of all time.

Some of these songs are not great, but do remind me of hockey games:

Pat Benatar - Hit me with your Best Shot

GNR - Welcome to the Jungle

Blur - Song 2

Offspring - Keep em separated

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Yeah, The beginning of Iron Man for sure.Also got to have Gary Glitter (Hey Song), even thogh he's a perve.

ole

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AC DC was pretty much king for warmups or taking the ice before a game when I was in HS. Hells Bells hasn't been mentioned, but is a great pump song. more AC DC tunes: For those about to rock (we salute you), dirty deeds. enter sandman by metallica, black dog and the ocean by zeppelin, jungle love by steve miller. Pretty much any 70s classic rock is good.

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AC/DC Thunderstruck when I was in high school. Brainerd played the beginning of Iron Man.

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We had Thunderstruck playing for warm-ups as well.

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Eye Of the Tiger gotta be Top 5

In HS we skated in warm ups to Rumpshaker by Wreckx-N-Effect and Cannonball by The Breeders

Man that brings back memories.

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I gotta vote for the Crue and Kickstart My Heart. Gets the blood pumping.

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Metallica- Seek and Destroy! If that doesnt get you pumped up to play hockey nothing will!

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Put On

Our High School team (Stillwater Ponies), we listen to it all the time in the locker room and it gets us jacked up.

it'd be a good one for warm up's.

it's a rap song so get the clean version

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