As a fun challenge, over a period of two weeks, we attempted to do as many BodyCombat classes as possible, and in the end managed to do 14. One of the side-effects was a snap-shot of the tracks used right now by instructors to mix into the current release 64. Below is a run-through of the total of 137 tracks that were used and identified.
Track 1ab: Warm-Up
As always, the warm-up from the current release dominates, so nearly ½ (6) of the warm-up tracks were Freaks/Can’t You See.
Written In The Stars/Are You Ready For This from 53 appeared 3 times, but mixed in by the same instructor, so maybe not that surprising. We also encountered Blow Me/Scream from 58, Wrecking Ball/Beautiful Monster from 61 and Someone Like You/Home Alone from 62. A total of 5 different warm-up tracks.
Track 2: Combat 1
OK, so obviously the Irish folk dance from 64 is not particularly popular. At least that’s how it appears, as the first Combat Track is the only one where among the 9 different tracks used, there was no use of release 64. That is a little bit surprising. Call Me Manana from Release 13 was clearly the eldest track we came across. Back to Innocense(45), Kick In the Teeth(49), Strobeligt(58) og Badboi(63) all made two appearances each.
Track 3: Power 1
You’ve Got the Love from 64 was used 4 times and 53’s Shine On 3 times. In total 9 different track 3.
Track 4: Combat 2
Blast Off from current release only made a single appearance; it seems I am not the only one disliking the trip down on floor. The Phoenix from 57 was the most frequently used. The rest were evenly distributed across the 9 tracks used– eldest was Rising Up from 21.
Track 5: Power 2
HIIT seems to be a HIT, at least we heard Hot Right Now from current release blaring out of the speakers a total of 5 times. Nessaja(50), which I really like, was used twice, and the rest of the 8 tracks once each.
Track 6: Combat 3
It appears that Black Widow is the most popular standing track from the current release, a sentiment I subscribe to. 7 times we loved to hate it, with 61 Get Low and 50 Gimme Dat each used twice.
Track 7: Muay Thai
Also the Muay Thai from 64 seems to be popular, being used 6 times out of the 17 track 7 we experienced in our 14 classes. 7 is obviously the track of choice when ever we are granted a bonus! 🙂
Let the Beat Go from 62 and Blade from 53 were also used several times and as I am a fan of both, I am not complaining.
Track 8: Power 3
The absolutely excellent Your Shining from 44 was the most frequent 8 with a total of 4 uses and 64’s If You Surrender was used twice as was 61’s Like a Rainbow.
Track 9: Condition
Just as for 1 and 10, there is no big tendency to mix a new 9 into the list. Switch from 28, You’re Gonna Love This from 55 and 3 Kingz from 62 made a single appearance each, but Shell Shocked was used 9 times.
Track 10: Cooldown
Simply Amazing from 64 was used 10 times. I Was Here from 62 and one of my all-time favorite tracks Now We Are Free from 60 were each used once.
Obviously 64 was the main contributing release, with 9 tracks (all except 2) being used a total of 50 times.
Other popular releases are:
62, supplying 6 different tracks being used 12 times in total
53, supplying 4 different tracks being used 10 times in total
57, supplying 4 different tracks being used 6 times in total
61, supplying 4 different tracks being used 6 times in total
45, supplying 3 different tracks being used 4 times in total
58, supplying 3 different tracks being used 4 times in total
21, supplying 3 different tracks being used 3 times in total
55, supplying 3 different tracks being used 3 times in total
60, supplying 3 different tracks being used 3 times in total