- Savage plugged his new rap CD which you can buy on October 7th, and he is very excited about the launch of his new career. He talked about he was a fan of music all his life, and he said it was a fantasy to get up on stage and perform in front of people. He said basically he isn't taking himself real seriously and he admits that he isn't the greatest rapper in the world, but this gives him a chance to entertain his fans in a completely different way. The CD "Be A Man" contains 13 tracks including the title song where he "disses" Hulk Hogan. There is also a tribute song to the late Curt Hennig. He said there is an even a love song on the CD. He said that this project is all about the music and it's more than just a novelty.
Everyone must go to www.machoman.com and listen to the preview of the CD. Nothing better than Macho Man belting out "OHHHHHHHHH YEAAAAAAAAAAAAA This is gonna be one of them Stadium Anthems you'll hear soon blasting all over!"
"I wear it for the thousands who have died, believen' that the Lord was on their side. I wear it for another hundred thousand who have died, believen' that we all were on their side." RIP Johnny Cash
I'm still waiting for the Ultimate Warrior's folk/guitar-rock album.
"When this bogus term alternative rock was being thrown at every '70s retro rehash folk group, we were challenging people to new sonic ideas. If some little snotty anarchist with an Apple Mac and an attitude thinks he invented dance music and the big rock group is coming into his territory, [that's] ridiculous." - Bono, 1997
The commercial for this has actually been airing pretty frequently here. The only line I could decipher was something about Hulk Hogan being a punk, while in the background a Hogan impostor jobs out to the Macho Man.
Originally posted by OMEGAI don't care what Savage does. No wrestler will ever top the rapping abilities of Jim Duggan.
"Hacksaw Jim Duggan beats people up. Hacksaw Jim Duggan b-b-beats people... up-up-up. USA! U-U-U-USA! USA! HOOOOOOOOOO!!!!"
God, I love that fucking song.
Oh dear lord, now I'll never get that song out of my head! An all-time guilty pleasure, for sure.
LS: Alright, we hardly gotten any airtime and we still aren't over. Anymore ideas? GD: Can you stare at your hand and spin on your head? Or better yet, we can have you shilling HUNGRY MAN DINNERS! LS: That...is very disturbing.
"I may be doing a 'Real American'-type gimmick, but I WILL NOT lower myself to this 'Yappapi Strapation' bit!" Batista smirks, having finally captured the love of the IWC, and gives his best Ashton Kutcher-esque "Yeah, you know it....