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Damage Inc, by Metallica.
Well, not so much a fighting song as a soundtrack for mercilessly beating the shit out of somebody.
There is a low bass note, fading in, leading to the first loud note. During this slow fading in, picture a fist moving in toward your face in slow motion. It lands when the first loud not occurs, and then just follow the rhythm from there.
the music to 300... the credit music from fight club. some songs from korn and slipknot. credit music from v for vendetta. all the music from twisted metal black, 3,2,1 god of war, brutal legends, and ratchet and clank. some of the drams music from star wars fight scenes... and some songs from NG itself
call me toxie 0.~
I fight somebody unexpected - for example: maybe my best friend (sorry, Gagsy) - and we're going at it verbally and physically: let's just say we want each other dead. Now, stop. Slow it down - I grab for a chair to slam into her face while she graps a red-hot iron poker to slash at me with... all in slow-mo. Well, this is fairly tense, but I think the scenario is set well enough: Blur's The Universal is played.
Anything by Motörhead.
Nothing makes me more ready for a rough and tumble than some proper fucking metal.
"Hearts Burst Into Fire" -- Bullet for My Valentine
The intro gets me pumped up as it grows faster and faster, then, right before the lyrics start the guitars get going, and I feel like I'm a hero about to fight a villain for the last time.