Theme Ride Thursday: There’s WORK to Do—A Labor Day Playlist

From our vault…


This year, celebrate the holiday with our Labor Day playlist, which now boasts over 90 songs to choose from. The songs in this playlist focus on “work”—fitting for a cycle class, dontcha think?! So whether you want to focus on bemoaning the thought of working “9 to 5,” are sick of the “Night Shift,” or if you just want to “Take This Job and Shove It,” then you’ve got plenty of songs to choose from. On the flip side, you could always focus on the positive, especially if you’re one of the lucky ones who can “Work from Home.”

Please note: Some of the songs included in this playlist contain explicit lyrics.

Labor Day Playlist

And if you have the ability to project videos at your club then add these two into rotation. They’re hilarious and might just be the perfect inspiration your class needs!

Work hard, play hard!

Look at those legs!

 

3 Responses to “Theme Ride Thursday: There’s WORK to Do—A Labor Day Playlist”

  1. LynnMarinelli says:

    Some really great suggestions for Labor Day themes. I’ll add: Clampdown by The Clash; Let the Day Begin by The Call; Working with Fire & Steel by China Crisis; Working Girl by The Members; Good Work by BoDeans; Red Hill Mining Town by U2; Birth, School, Work, Death by The Godfathers; Busy Child by The Crystal Method; Werk Me by Hyper Crush; and Women Around the World At Work by Martha & The Muffins.

  2. SusanLafond says:

    Here are some songs that I have in my Labor Day playlist: Bills by LunchMoney Lewis (126), Finest Worksong by REM (177), Worker’s Song by Dropkick Murphy’s (97), Dirty Work by Austin Mahone (105), Working on the Highway by Bruce Springsteen (189), Workin’ Day and Night by Michael Jackson (138), Five O’Clock World by the Vogues (127).

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