WWE ORIGINALS, the knock-out album featuring the most celebrated and notorious Superstars of WWE performing all original material. Music plays an integral role in the global World Wrestling Entertainment phenomenon and the tracks on WWE ORIGINALS will be integrated into all World Wrestling Entertainment programming and emanate the raw heat, pure adrenaline and jackhammer power at their body-slamming best!
Tracklisting 1 Stone Cold Steve Austin - Where's The Beer? 2 Dudley Boys - We've Had Enough 3 Trish Stratus - I Just Want You 4 Rey Mysterio - Crossing Borders 5 Stone Cold Steve Austin - Did You Feel It? 6 Booker T - Can You Dig It? 7 Kurt Angle - I Donít Suck 8 Lita - When I Get You Alone 9 Stone Cold Steve Austin - You Changed The Lyrics 10 Lilian Garcia - You Just Donít Know Me At All 11 Eddie & Chavo Guerrero - We Lie, We Cheat, We Steal 12 Chris Jericho - Donít You Wish You Were Me? 13 Stone Cold Steve Austin - Drink You Beer 14 Rikishi - Put A Little Ass On It 15 Stacy Keibler - Why Canít We Just Dance? 16 John Cena - Basic Thugonomics 17 Stone Cold Steve Austin - Don't That Taste Good?
BONUS DVD (for initials only) Over 30 minutes of behind the scenes footage of the wrestlers making their record. A must have for any WWE fan
On sale in the UK on Jan. 12
This is fantastic, I am so buying this. Trish "I Just Want You"(I knew it!). Booker and Kurt singing songs (that should be fun... Lilian "You Just Donít Know Me At All" (Oh please let me know you! LoL). The Guerreros having a duet. And John Cena giving us some basic thugonomics.
The only downer is why on earth does Stone Cold have 5 songs. I'm a huge fan of his bad singing but come on! give some others a some bad singing time... Especially when I read early reports that Ric Flair had an "the Nature Boy Orchestra" and Chris freakin Benoit had a track too. But it's not there now.
All and all this looks like fun, why didn't the release it before Christmas?
Christmas is the one time of year when people of all religions come together to worship Jesus Christ. - Bart Simpson
I want this soooo bad for the pure cheese factor alone. With the exception of Jericho and Cena (who are somewhat legitimate artists) this whole thing definitely has the so bad it's good quality going on. I mean LITA? RIKISHI? STACY? ANGLE? How can it not be hilariously bad?
"No iniquity or cruelty can exceed our own if we pusillanimously ... surrender successive generations to a condition of wretchedness. Will you do in your life what will live forever?" - WARRIOR
The only way I'd buy this is if it had Booker T's rendidition of HBK's theme:
I'm just a Booka T BOOKA T! I'm not yo' sucka SUCKAAAAA!
While I'm thinking about it, didn't Lillian Garcia release an album recently? And isn't Cena supposed to have an album released next year? If they want those to be taken seriously, why on EARTH would they release this?
EDIT: Grubby, who's that in your sig? She looks familiar...
Originally posted by ges7184This has Wrestlecrap written all over it!
....or does it have SOLID GOLD written all over it.
Los Guerreros and John Cena's contributions make this worth the purchase. Everything else does too...just for all the wrong reasons. Am I the only one who wants to see what a carwreck this whole album can turn into?
Admit it. You laughed too when you found out Brock was feuding with Sparky Plugg.
What all this is screaming out for is a "tribute" album with all sorts of indie bands covering wrestling songs. Have them cherrypick the oddest songs from this album, along with classics from the original Wrestling Albums like "Grab Them Cakes" and "Piledriver" (the latter was actually half-decent IIRC). Oh, and maybe someone can even pull out the old Nitro tapes and do a cover of "Konnan's Music Video" (of course, this will only be entertaining if they actually list it as such).
If that sells, they can follow it with an album of covers of wrestler entrance music from David McLane's women's feds. P-A-T-T-I, P-A-T-T-I...
I was hoping for a real WWE CD with say their entrance songs!
Here would be a good list: Evolution John Cena Christian The Rock Test Kevin Nash Scott Stiener Batista La Resistance The World's Greatest Tag Team The Guerreros Rhyno Sean O'Haire Ultimo Dragon + others
As far as I know, he wrestled as Lance Cade on the independent scene and was re-christened as "Garrisson" when first brought in because Lance Storm was still active, so it's not a case of WWE being overly-relient on that name.