Walk-Up Music: Editors' Picks
This month, we asked some local celebs what walk-up music they'd use if they played for the Rockies. We couldn't resist asking our editorial staff the same question.
"Let Me Clear My Throat" by DJ Kool. —Natasha Gardner, Senior Editor/Digital Editor
"Panama" by Van Halen. With that opening riff, I'd hit a home run every time! —Geoff Van Dyke, deputy editor
"Rocket" by Def Leppard —Amanda M. Faison, Food Editor
"Shallow Be Thy Game" by Red Hot Chili Peppers —Luc Hatlestad, Articles Editor
"Up Around the Bend" by Creedence Clearwater Revival —Lindsey B. Koehler, Managing Editor
"Take On Me" by a-ha —Lindsey R. McKissick, Editorial Assistant
"All Alone" by Toro Y Moi —Chris Outcalt, Assistant Editor
"The Rubberband Man" by Spinners —Maximillian Potter, Executive Editor
"Rapper's Delight" by Sugarhill Gang. You only get 15 seconds or so of the song, so you need something that jumps into lyrics (or has a memorable opening musical riff). Rapper's Delight does both nicely. Or, if I were famous, I'd have Jay-Z redo the lyrics to "99 Problems": "I got 99 problems, but your pitch ain't one." —Robert Sanchez, Senior Staff Writer
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