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This song is only appropriate for "Pre-Game", when "Pre-game" means drinking a gallon of rum you smuggled into the Oasis in Cancun before boarding that terrifying bus that takes you to what seems like heaven to a 19 year old boy.
electronica clubbing music has no place in Michigan Stadium. Seal clubbing music maybe...
I think that song would get old quick. It sounds like R2D2's Mating call.....
was the first song I ever downloaded ever! Awesome.
hahaha. Def a song for rollerskating back when I was younger
would give the marching band fits.
Fuck shit tits
this reminds me of that one night at this one club when I took a girl home for some action. Unfortunately mid bj she spewed all over me...UNFORGIVABLE...
Was that inappropriate?
As for a pregame song please no.
I can break out the glow sticks for the team's emergence from the tunnel!
Maybe Barwis can do this at midfield also. And yes, he'll need to be shirtless.
Terry Crews......EFF ELL EYE ENN TEE......Flint SW Academy C/O 1990.
until the Dog Pound, that is Michigan Stadium gets fired up with this song right before our 8PM kickoff against WMU. I think it falls on "Glow Stick Giveaway" night.
No the pregame should be my man Coner. Sprayin that Frebreze on the opponent, cause they stink.
Senond choice keep it in the D, with a little Eminem.
"It's coooowwwwd in da D"
maybe the greatest ever..
HA! Thats my ringtone! But yeah good song. Enter Sandman, Cowboys from Hell, and Walk are the best pump up songs out there. Crush em by Megadeth is good too. and it has like perfect lyrics. RAWK
Enter the arena and hit the lights
Step up now you're in for a ride
This is war, aint no fun and games
We get it up, you go down in flames
Now weve found you
Were gonna pound you
Were gonna beat you
Gonna defeat you
Were gonna bust you
Were gonna crush you
Were gonna crush em
I like this one little ditty composed by a local guy a while back.
EDIT: This gets negged?
This would be my choice. It's a slow build, so maybe it wouldn't work with the noise in the stadium, but it has a serious tone. You have to wait almost until the end for the payoff.
You may have heard it in the Lance Armstrong Nike commercial recently.