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Spinside Access: What's Your Entrance Song?

By Britt Bischoff on June 19, 2017 in Company News

What is this? At Spinutech we’re all about the relationship. We don’t just want to be your service provider; we want to be your partner. We’ll be sharing an inside look at who we are in our new blog series: “Spinside Access.” Each month we’ll bring you a new post chock full of fun and interesting details about the team, as well as useful tips and resources!

Part 1: Hooray Beer; Part 2: Music makes me...; Part 3: Secret Talents; Part 4: The Best Gift Ever; Part 5: New Year's Resolutions; Part 6: Social Media Favorites; Part 7: March Madness; Part 8: April Fool's Pranks

"When I walk in the spot, this is what I see, everybody stops and they staring at me...."

- LMFAO

As designers, developers and digital strategists, we spend a lot of time behind a computer screen. One of the best ways to help us focus on our work, is through our headphones. But, in this post we're not talking about that kind of relaxing, barely-paying-attention-to, background music. We're talking about the tunes that express our lives through song; the ones that get us amped and ready to take on whatever comes our way. Sometimes we all need a little pump up jam. So, I asked my Spinutech co-workers what their entrance song would be. I also asked them what song they would give for another team member. *cue the public humiliation* You know, if you've ever wanted to make the halls of your workplace your personal catwalk or imagined your WWE entrance song, this was the time for them to bust it out.

Britt Bischoff

Britt Bischoff

Digital Strategist


Q. What song would you choose as your work entrance theme this week?
A. Definitely Don't Stop Me Now by Queen. It's a personal pep talk from Freddie Mercury, and makes you want to punch the day in the face while maintaining your optimism. There's a lot of really interesting projects going on right now that I'm on a roll with and having a blast. It's insane, high energy, adrenaline-filled, which is definitely necessary if we're going to get through this week.

Q. Name a specific situation you had an entrance song in your head and why it was that song.
A. Bad Girls by M.I.A. was in my head last Tuesday as I sashayed my way into a reporting & planning meeting feeling FIERCE. I was about to drop some insight about a few tests I was running that were paying off. When I need to put on my game face, Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes never fails.

Q. Choose the perfect entrance song for the person who responded in this thread before you.
A. Well, I'm kicking it off and am the first to respond, so I guess I'll pick on Eric. I'd choose Perm by Bruno Mars. Oh, the irony. It's a really good jam that's full of soul and demands respect, and just a good way to start the day. There's a lot of potential for James Brown dancing with this one, I think he'd have fun with it.

Shane Klein

Shane Klein

Project Manager


Q. What song would you choose as your work entrance theme this week?
A.
 I Love Me by Meghan Trainor. Because we all need a reminder to love ourselves from time to time and its just got a knee slapping, c-walking, energy filled beat.

Q. Name a specific situation you had an entrance song in your head and why it was that song.
A. 
Still in This B**** by B.o.B. Every time I'm playing sports and we are down significantly, I have this song in my head coming out of the dugout or locker room.

Q. Choose the perfect entrance song for the person who responded in this thread before you.
A.
Britt- Play that Funky Music by Wild Cherry. No idea why I chose it, but I think she could strut in to this tune.

Cody See

Marc Patterson

Digital Strategist


Q. What song would you choose as your work entrance theme this week?
A.
 The Circle Of Life (Lion King.) I challenge you to find a song with a better intro. When I think of intro music I think of baseball where you've only got 10-20 seconds. "NANTS INGONYAMA BAGITHI BABA! (there comes a lion)"

Q. Name a specific situation you had an entrance song in your head and why it was that song.
A. All The Above - Maino ft T-Pain. I listen to this prior to nerve-racking events (like client pitches, job interviews, my wedding :)). It's a song about overcoming adversity and checking all of the boxes.

Q. Choose the perfect entrance song for the person who responded in this thread before you.
A. For Shane, Damn It Feels Good To Be A Gangster - Geto Boys. Why? Shane don't flex much because Shane knows he's got 'em.

Luke Baldwin

Luke Baldwin

Web Designer


Q. What song would you choose as your work entrance theme this week?
A. Wherever I May Roam by Metallica. Why? Imagine a gym full of people...suddenly the lights go down, fog rolls in, and the music starts. The crowd is giddy with anticipation. The snare drum kicks in...explosions of fire...doors fly open...I walk out to screaming fans, all in slow motion of course. Next big round of snare drums...music beat picks up...I take off on a run...leap from the free throw line and do a perfectly executed 360, between the legs, tomahawk monster dunk that shatters the backboard. Crowd goes wild, babies are screaming, visiting team forfeits instantly and run for the doors. Game over before it ever starts. Then I wake up.

Q. Name a specific situation you had an entrance song in your head and why it was that song.
A. Walk by Pantera. Years ago when I saw Pantera play live this song fired up as I was walking toward the stage. I felt like the song was literally playing for me. As I entered the mosh pit I quickly realized this song was definitely NOT playing for me and I definitely did NOT belong in that mosh pit. Word of advice: unless you're a complete psychopath and find great pleasure in severe pain, do not approach a Pantera mosh pit. Regardless, that song raises the hair on my arms to this day.

Q. Choose the perfect entrance song for the person who responded in this thread before you.
A. For Marc, Milkshake by Kelis. I have no idea why but it's funny to think about!

Alyssa Boruff

Alyssa Boruff

Account Manager


Q. What song would you choose as your work entrance theme this week?
A.
 Everything's Gonna Be Alright by Bob Marley.
It's Bob Marley. He created being happy, IMO. I have bad days, we all do - so, crank up the Marley, grab your favorite tie dye shirt, and rid yourself of those bad vibes. ✌

Q. Name a specific situation you had an entrance song in your head and why it was that song.
A.
 Lose Yourself by Eminem. I played basketball in HS and it was a MUST-have track on any warm up CD we created. It's the only song I can "rap" to...and no I will not prove that. "...palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy..."

Q. Choose the perfect entrance song for the person who responded in this thread before you.
A.
 For Luke, Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus. There's a visual for ya!
(Ummmm, there actually IS a visual for ya!)

Luke - wrecking ball

What would be your entrance song? Tell us about your go-to jam in the comments section below. 

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