One Shot - Eminem - if you need to want to get pumped for a big game, that really does the trick for me, right before kickoff.
Float On - Modest Mouse, Beautiful Day - U2, Sunday Morning - Maroon 5 - helps to relax if you want to stay relaxed before a game.
Samba - gets the beat of South America into you. And only one thing can ensue from that. Playing like them. Which is good.
Beyonce/Usher - they are just the same thing, only one has an errr while the other doesn't. This helps with relaxing and pumping you up at the same time. Plus Beyonce is hoooooot. :horny: Which, of course, is vital when it comes to football...
I prefer more relaxing music, I leave the energy for when I'm out on the pitch. I love playing as a right winger because I get to use my speed and get plenty of one on one sittuations with the left back and since my dribbling skills are pretty good it's fun.
Well I listen to a lot of music with good beats to it. So when I have the song in my head , I can get my feet dancing to it on the field. Like Jb Marine:Float on is great,Switchfoot,Maroon 5,Saves the day and music like that. Then I listen to dance and samba pretty much.
Perhaps there should be a post match music part of this thread. Maybe England would do well with listening to Everybody Hurts by R.E.M. Or maybe if they're still mad at the referee I Hate Everything About You by Three Days Grace.