I posted about my run last Sunday here. This day I took a different route and listened to different music but ended up running about the same distance.
It was a bit warmer than it's been, but nice for a run. Totally not windy (at least by Oklahoma standards) but there was a nice breeze cooling me down.
Here's today's playlist:
- The 11th Hour (Rancid)
- Berzerk (Eminem)
- Whatever (Godsmack)
- Smack My B**** Up (The Prodigy)
- Bloodclot (Rancid)
- Come Out and Play (The Offspring)
- California Babylon (Transplants)
- I Fought the Law (The Clash)
- Bleed it Out (Linkin Park) — played this one twice because of general awesomeness.
- Into Action (Tim Armstrong)
- Narayan (The Prodigy)
This is the one that struck me. Pour one out for the lost cassettes, those mix tapes of old. Sad to see them lying forsaken and forgotten on the road side. I didn't investigate closely enough to determine the genre of the music, but just their existence struck a chord with me. Maybe because I'm going to be posting another Mix Tape Shuffle (like this one from September and this one from August and this one from July) so mix tapes are on my mind. Or maybe it's because on my blog, October = ROCKtober and I get down with all kinds of musical goodness (and sketchiness, let's be fair) and I look forward to that.
This is my Oklahoma. Rural and suburban, the city just a hop away. (Can you see the Devon Tower peeking over the horizon just behind that cow on the left?) I love Sunday morning runs because the cows are usually in this pasture, and they eyeball me with such frank consideration, and I see that they think I'm a crazy human.