Hey Chuck, you used PT instead of "workout" so I'm thinking you might be in the Service. If you are, what branch? I like to use electronic music for working out, too (not to mention cooling down afterward). I think that a lot of techno/electronic, etc. can't be any worse for you than classical, since it's just music. I've been in a few bands, and I still listen to some of the old stuff in my collection, and even though it's not anything near Orthodox, I don't own anything blatantly antidox (hahahaha I made up a word...). Still, I try to stick to instrumental stuff the most. I have a theory that the more lyrics you have in a song, the more affected your true appreciation of it becomes. Oh, and when it comes to electronic music, I'd avoid those songs containing samples of lewd activity or gratuitous language. You know what I'm talking about. Anyway, good luck! Music is kind of a case-by-case issue in Orthopraxis, I'm guessing. Oh, but do what everyone else said and talk to your priest or spiritual father about it.