METALLICA, GUNS N' ROSES, AC/DC Have Penned Some Of Athletes' Favorite 'Get-Hyped' Tunes
METALLICA, GUNS N' ROSES, AC/DC and ROB ZOMBIE are among the artists who were recognized by more than 150 celebrities and college athletes for having written and recorded some of their favorite "get-hyped tunes." The complete list of the "top 25 jock jams," as compiled by the Sport Illustrated magazine, is as follows:
01. LIL JON – "Get Low"
02. EMINEM - "Lose Yourself"
03. TERROR SQUAD - "Lean Back"
04. SURVIVOR - "Eye Of The Tiger"
05. GUNS N' ROSES - "Welcome To The Jungle"
06. PUBLIC ENEMY - "Welcome To The Terrordome"
07. 50 CENT - "In Da Club"
08. BEASTIE BOYS - "Sabotage"
09. KANYE WEST - "Jesus Walks"
10. AC/DC - "Hell's Bells"
11. FATBOY SLIM - "Right Here, Right Now"
12. R. KELLY - "Ignition" [Remix]
13. ROB ZOMBIE - "Dragula"
14. TUPAC - "All Eyez On Me"
15. RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE - "Killing In The Name"
16. ANDREW W.K. - "Party Hard"
17. SALT 'N' PEPA - "Push It"
18. TWISTED SISTER - "We're Not Gonna Take It"
19. ALAN PARSONS PROJECT - "Sirius"
20. JAY-Z - "99 Problems"
21. GARY GLITTER - "Rock & Roll, Part 2"
22. THE WHO - "Baba O'Riley"
23. METALLICA - "Enter Sandman"
24. PRODIGY - "Firestarter"
25. ROB BASE AND DJ E-Z ROCK - "It Takes Two"
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