And what a great CD this is! The track listing is at www.wweanthology.com
There's really swank remixes of Triple H's and Kurt Angle's themes. There's also a new Rock theme with more of the focus on the drums and guitar. Disk One has got the Shawn Michaels farewell song "Tell Me a Lie" that I've loved ever since I first heard it so long ago, not to mention Ted Dibiase's theme. Let's not forget "The End is Here" either. It's even got Jericho's new "King of the World" theme. This is probably the best WWE CD yet.
Edit: I forgot to mention William Regal's "Real Man's Man" theme. How could you not buy this CD? ^_^;;
(edited by El Pescado on 12.11.02 1243) "You won't see that on Everybody Loves Raymond!" -J.R. after Trish gets pasted with a chair
I can't believe someone actually liked this CD. I was going to buy it but thank God I went to the website and saw the songlist. How can you have 60 songs on a CD and it suck that bad?
I mean no Demolition, no Jive Soul Bro, crappy remixes of good originals. They got Bertha Freakin' Faye's theme song on there but not Waylon Mercy, or Bradshaw (His first run as crazy Texas cowboy back in 96) first theme. They need to leave songs alone, Jericho's music was fine this new music is horrible. The same with Kane, The Rock and Test.
I will pass on this abhorration and wait two weeks. Then I will go to the Internet and download for free the only four songs I really want (but dont already have on some other WWF CD) on the entire 60 song album. "Eye of Hurricane", "At Last", "Pink Cadillac" and the Owen Hart theme.
"Oh yeah...!" I plan to wait till Christmas unless it doesn't cost too much. And yay! They have "Here come's the Money"
Mattitude(ma't-e-toodeh'): Mattitude, is something that can not be taught or learned. Mattitude is something that burns within. In the ring, Mattitude is the intangible, the x-factor, that gives Matt Hardy Ver.1 an advantage over everyone else.
Well, I'm pretty damned happy with it. The thing is, they're trying to keep it limited to James Johnson music - meaning very little Jimmy Hart material. Only "Real American" and the Million Dollar Man theme made the cut.
Aside from that, there was an appropriate mix of camp and classic tunes. Sure, some Internet fans won't be happy with it, but, well, some Internet fans hate everything, so don't worry about that. (And *Harvey Whippleman* sings Bertha Faye's music. It's so hilariously bad, in retrospect, that I wouldn't have been able to keep it off either.)
And, I never noticed it before, but the Los Boricuas theme kicks at least seven different kinds of ass.
"Medal" was the typical Kurt Angle music - the one he used initially and the one he's using now. "I Don't Suck" is the one with the kicked-up drums that he used when they were trying to get him over as a legit threat rather than just a goof. There's not a world of difference, but as a stand-alone song, the latter is better.
"When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love has always won. There have always been tyrants and murderers, and for a time they can seem invincible. But in the end, they always fall. Think of it, always." -------Gandhi
Originally posted by minextoo...I will pass on this abhorration and wait two weeks. Then I will go to the Internet and download for free the only four songs I really want (but dont already have on some other WWF CD) on the entire 60 song album. "Eye of Hurricane", "At Last", "Pink Cadillac" and the Owen Hart theme.
You don't have to wait that long, they are already available on Kazaa lite...
I went to Best Buy and picked it up yesterday for $18.99 plus tax, which was mildly incredible. It is a ball rolling downhill, starting with Real American and getting less impressive as you keep into it, though I had two thoughts when listening to the first disc:
(Note: This is for OFB :-) )
1. You can't listen to "Real American" without thinking of John Ashcroft.
2. You can't listen to "It's All About the Money" without thinking of the Clintons.
Disk 1: 1. World Wrestling Federation Signature (For over 50 years...) 4. Walkabout - Bushwhackers 5. Together - Randy Savage & Miss Elizabeth Wedding (It's also been used for The Test/Steph wedding, and the HHH/Steph renual of vows.) 6. Its All About The Money - Million Dollar Man 7. Snake Bit - Jake the Snake 10. Unstable - Ultimate Warrior 11. I Love You - Brother Love 13. One Two Three - 1-2-3 Kid (This is actually the original Demo of the song, with Studio Singers doing the "One Two Three") 14. Sweet Lovin' Arms - Bertha Faye 15. Can't Get Enough - Flash Funk(This is not the Volume 2 version, but the original version. Has a faster pace.) 17. Ill Be Your Hero - Lex Express 19. Los Boricuas - Los Boricuas 20. Schizophrenic - Mankind (Volume 2, without Mick Foley's voice) 22. Sumo - Yokozuna 24. Tell Me A Lie - Shawn Michaels' Farewell 25. Enough Is Enough - Owen Hart 27. Wild Cat - Sable (Another Demo) 32. Corporate Ministry - The Corporate Ministry(The Demo version, not the version the CorpMin actually used) 33. The Dudester - Dude Love (Dude Love's "Love Shack" Theme)
Disk 2: 1. Attitude Signature 5. Brawl For All - Brawl For All Theme 6. Gold-Lust - Goldust (Current Version, not Full Metal version) 7. California - WrestleMania® XVI Theme 10. Deadly Game - In Your House Theme 14. The Ho Train - Godfather 15. Fist - DX with Mike Tyson 16. Oh You Didn't Know? - New Age Outlaws (Volume 3 version, without Road Dogg's voice) 19. Real Man's Man - William Regal 20. I Don't Suck - Kurt Angle (Remix of "Medal" used for about two weeks after last years Survivor Series) 21. Latino Heat - Eddie Guerrero (original "Mamacita" version) 22. It Just Feels Right - Lita (Volume 5, no lyrics) 25. Oh Hell Yeah - Stone Cold Steve Austin (Original Demo) 26. If You Smell... - The Rock (A remix of his current theme) 30. We're Comin' Down - Dudley Boyz 33. How Do You Like Me Now? - Hardcore Holly 35. Break Down the Walls - Chris Jericho (The Remix he's been using for a while, with Countdown cut off)
Disk 3: 1. WWE Signature 2. Next Big Thing - Brock Lesnar 3. Dead Man - Undertaker 4. At Last - Christian 5. I'm Back - Eric Bischoff 6. Eyes of Righteousness - Reverend D-Von 7. Fight - SummerSlam® Theme 8. (619) - Rey Mysterio 9. Time to Rock & Roll- Trish Stratus with L'il Kim 10. Eye of the Hurricane - The Hurricane 11. King of My World - Chris Jericho (Saliva) 12. All Grown Up - Stephanie McMahon 13. Need A Little Time - Torrie Wilson 14. The Game - Triple H (Original Demo) 15. You're Gonna Pay- Undertaker 16. You Look So Good To Me - Billy & Chuck 17. The End - Judgment Day™ Theme 18. Here Comes the Money - Shane McMahon
The rest have been relased, on Tape, Vinal & CD.
The Bonus track isn't even up at the website, yet. But it's been found out that it's the theme to the upcomming PPV "Armageddon".
You aren't a very bright person, but since you always mean well and you're so likeable, people don't really care.
Another one you guys haven't mentioned yet -- Bischoff was saying how McMahon let Austin leave. However, if we use reality as a judge, Ric Flair was 100% owner of Raw at the time of the walkout, and Vince was 100% of Smackdown.