Corn Fed's original theme song that could be heard playing for us in the starting coral for the team wave at Spartan Race!
(A favorite of Heather Hannin)
"'The Git Up' is dedicated to my grandmother telling us every morning, 'Get up. Go do something productive in the world.' It's about messages [in] my music; bigger than anything is chasing your purpose in life." - Blanco Brown
(A favorite of Jaime Simpson)
Raise hands up and we don't stop rockin!
(A favorite of Raeanna Moore)
"Lot of craziness going on in the world right now, so lets escape it for 3:55," said the rapper before dropping this tune.
(A favorite of Laura Bruns)
Angus Young stated in the liner notes of the 2003 re-release of The Razors Edge:
It started off from a little trick I had on guitar. I played it to Mal and he said 'Oh, I've got a good rhythm idea that will sit well in the back.' We built the song up from that. We fiddled about with it for a few months before everything fell into place. Lyrically, it was really just a case of finding a good title ... We came up with this thunder thing, based on our favorite childhood toy ThunderStreak, and it seemed to have a good ring to it. AC/DC = Power. That's the basic idea.
(A favorite of Greg Polk)
"...We have a song, 'Welcome to the Family' — we realized for the first time in our lives that people go through this every day around the world. There is someone very close to them that they’re losing, every day. That song is, We know how you’re feeling. Welcome to our lives. That was a really heartfelt song that was written out, it’s a song that Jimmy actually came to us with musically, and I’m pretty sure he actually said “welcome to the family” when he demoed it out. And then we wrote the lyrics and made it what it is now." - Johnny Christ
(A favorite of John Schymanoske)
Burn It to the Ground is featured on the soundtrack for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. The song was used as the theme song for WWE Raw from November 16, 2009, until August 6, 2012, and was used in late 2017 for promoting Raw 25, the show's 25th anniversary episode for January 22, 2018. The start of the song plays before the opening faceoff for the Chicago Blackhawks.
(A favorite of Lori Reininga)
Eric Clapton, a recovering drug addict and alcoholic, who founded the Crossroads Centre addiction recovery center on the Caribbean island of Antigua, stopped performing the song when he first got sober.
“I thought that it might be giving the wrong message to people who were in the same boat as me,” Clapton said in an interview. But upon further reflection, he decided to play up its anti-drug elements. “It very clearly says in the opening verse, ‘If you wanna get down, down on the ground,’ I mean, that’s, I think, the focal point of the song. That’s what the song’s about, is that, you know, there’s a price.”
(A favorite of Jaime Simpson)
"I had one day in CrossFit a few years ago where I was struggling with a heavy back squat... this song came on and I did the next round with ease and went up in weight 3 more times. My coach knows it's my song now and points it out every time it comes on!" - Megs Neyer
(A favorite of Megs Neyer)