Pick up the new Run Hundred CD and get a mess of bonuses
Virtually every workout album on the market currently is devoted to instrumental music or cover songs.
To mix things up a little, I worked with a dozen indie bands and DJs from a variety of genres to make our own compilation.
Basically, the bunch of us tried to create a CD that would sound less like a traditional workout album and more like a mixtape you’d make for a friend–albeit without the slow songs.
Here are a couple samples from the album:
My First Earthquake – Cool in the Cool Way
The Pretty Black Chains – Ambulance
I know this is bit of a departure from the norm. So, here are five reasons to give the CD a chance.
#1. It’s $10 ($8 + $2 shipping) – This isn’t really a reason. I just figured I should make a note of it upfront, so you don’t have to wonder.
#2. There’s a 30 minute bonus track – There are 12 songs on the album. And, the 13th track is a 30 minute mix–where each of the previous dozen blend into one another seamlessly. This way you can listen to it like a mixtape or like a normal workout mix.
#3. Three hours of continuous mixes – To add a little variety, while you’re waiting for your package to arrive, I’ll email you links to download free 60 minute mixes from three of my favorite DJs. These were originally mixed for club audiences. But, they could easily pass for workout mixes–since they’re uptempo and draw on a lot of the songs that already populate this site.
#4. Ten of my favorite remixes – Lastly, I’ll throw in links where you can download–for free–ten of the best remixes I’ve heard this year. Like the three mixes immediately above, this is a poppier bunch, which pulls mostly from the Top 40.
#5. A guarantee – In all, we tried to make a different, more eclectic kind of workout CD. But, I’ve also tried to pad the offer with some club and dance music as well. So, there should be a little something here for everyone. Nevertheless, if you pick up the bundle–and it doesn’t do anything for you–drop me a line. And, I’ll send your money back. You don’t have to return the CD. You don’t have to explain. Just drop me a line. (There’s a contact link on the bottom of every page of Run Hundred.)
If this sounds like it might be up your alley, you can pick the set up here.
(If you’re outside the States, you can order a digital version of the set here.)
Thanks for mulling this over!