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WWE The Music - A New Day, Volume 10 (Amazon.com Exclusive)


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  • Audio CD (January 28, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: WWE Music Group
  • ASIN: B00361EDBM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,749 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. It's A New Day (The Legacy) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. Adelita's Way)
2. I Am Perfection (Dolph Ziggler) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. Cage 9)
3. I Came To Play (The Miz) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. Downstait)
4. Just Close Your Eyes (Christian) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. Story Of The Year)
5. Return The Hitman (Bret Hart) - WWE & Jim Johnston
6. Written In My Face (Sheamus) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. vocals by Sean Jenness)
7. Insatiable (Tiffany) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. vocals by Patsy Grime)
8. Domination (Ezekiel Jackson) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. vocals by Evan Jones)
9. Born To Win (Evan Bourne) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. Mutiny Within)
10. Oh Puerto Rico (Primo) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. Vinny And Ray, vocals by Marlyn Jimenez)
11. Radio (Zack Ryder) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. vocals by Watt White)
12. New Foundation (The Hart Dynasty) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. Jimi Bell)
13. You Can Look - But You Can't Touch (The Bella Twins) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. Kim Sozzi)
14. Crank The Walls Down (Big Show / Chris Jericho) - WWE & Jim Johnston (feat. Maylene & The Sons of Disaster)

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WWE The Music – A New Day is comprised of 14 new songs all composed, written and produced by WWE Music Director, Jim Johnston.


Some of the hottest acts in music today, including Adelitas Way, Kim Sozzi, Story of the Year and Mutiny Within performed the entrance themes for WWE Superstars and Divas.  WWE The Music – A New Day captures these tracks and delivers them to the WWE Universe for the first time. 

 

The album features entrance themes from WWE Superstars and Divas such as The Legacy, Dolph Ziggler, The Bella Twins, Evan Bourne, Big Show/Chris Jericho and many more.

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I highly recommend this CD to any hardcore WWE Fan.
Jaime Dodds
Got the product cheaper than I had anticipated and was very satisfied!!!!
Brian McConkey
They are very good and good songs to listen to while working out.
Doug

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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By C.W. Fitch on January 28, 2010
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Great set of tunes overall!
I know I've been looking everywhere for a lot of these songs long before this compilation came out, and I know that I'm probably not alone. There are a couple of tracks here that make downloading this comp worth it (not to mention the price), and there are plenty of others that will have you singing right along in the gym/car/house/etc.
I'm glad Jim Johnston expanded his horizons once again and got some real bands to help him make some good themes even better. Johnston's always been a Zen master of producing memorable entrance music for the most popular WWE stars, and he hit the mark again with this one. (He's done this before, of course, with "Forceable Entry" and "Wreckless Intent", and generally, it hasn't disappointed yet.) Many of the themes have a similarity to them as far as song structure, but the bands' contributions are what make each track unique. (Besides, on TV you're only going to hear the first minute or so of the songs anyway.) Story of the Year's take on Christian's theme is just the makeover that song needed, and is one of the best. Mutiny Within destroys Evan Bourne's theme as well, and just from the first few notes my adrenaline started flowing. It's an old-school-style heavy metal classic, complete with a blazing guitar solo in the middle. I've always liked Sheamus' theme; no matter what people may think about the wrestler, you have to admit the Celtic flavor spicing up the hard rock matches his persona perfectly. "Return the Hitman" and "Crank the Walls Down" are hidden gems, with Maylene and the Sons of Disaster adding some extra oomph to a grinding mash-up of Chris Jericho's and Big Show's themes.
Of course, as with every WWE Music compilation, not every track is a winner.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul Vienneau on August 27, 2013
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As this is the last music CD from WWE - now that everything is downloadable on iTunes instead - I'm glad I bought since I'm still old school. I'd love to see more CDs, but oh well...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By GuyNamedGuy on September 26, 2010
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I simply love James Johnstons work. I can sit and listen to his themes all day long. If you haven't started your collection yet maybe now is a good time to start!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason on July 5, 2010
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As a fan of WWE myself, I can honestly say this is the best album WWE has ever made, as every track has never been released before, and include the newest superstars to the business. I was really excited when I bought this, and I was not disappointed. Here's my opinion on each song:

1. It's a New Day: Now simply Ted DeBiase's theme after Legacy dissolved, this is an excellent choice to start the album off with. The song is also symbolic in this sense, as this album features "a new day" of young superstars. Even by itself, this theme is very good.
2. I am Perfection: Dolph's theme is pretty good. Not quite as good as Ted's, but still another good choice for this album.
3. I Came to Play: I was surprised at how much I liked Miz's theme better after hearing it on the album. I was also surprised at how long it is - almost 5 minutes! I definately appreciate this song more now after I've heard it by itself.
4. Just Close Your Eyes: One of the best songs on the album. Christian's theme has been released before, but not this version he's used since he returned to the WWE. It far surpasses the older version, and it is one of my favorites.
5. Return the Hitman: This one also surprised me. Every WWE fan has heard Bret Hart's theme before, so I wasn't expecting a whole lot out of this. I easily overlooked it. The theme has been modernized for when Bret returned to the WWE, and it sounds even better than before. Even though this is the longest song on the album at 5:37, it never starts getting redundant. I loved it.
6. Written in my Face: Once again, you appreciate it more now after just hearing it without seeing Sheamus use it as an entrance. Another great theme to listen to.
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By ringmaster on January 28, 2010
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over the years WWE has come out with albums filled with entrance themes from their superstars, but this one.... wwe the music - a new day... this is an amazzzzzing compilation of themes. the majority oft he talent is young which represents how great WWE is now...these guys are the future of WWE and their songs are SOOOOO STRONG!!!! i applaud WWE and Jim Johnston for coming up with a kick ass record for the new year. and whoever created this deal with amazon for $[...]... this is what the WWE audience wants.... no one has ever sold an album for this cheap thats got soooo many great songs on it. i applaud you WWE for working with amazon to give the people what they want. BUY THIS ALBUM.... ITS AMAZING AND ITS CHEAP.... THIS SHOULD WIN A GRAMMY!!!WWE The Music - A New Day, Volume 10 (Amazon.com Exclusive)
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I love this volume of Music for WWE (10th Edition)! Everything from the Miz's "I Came To Play", whose sychopated beat drives the music to a wholly enjoyable level, to Legacy's "It's A New Day" that suggests a playful tone and vibrant soundtrack. And let's not forget The Hart Dynasty's "New Foundation" or Dolph Ziggler's "I Am Perfection" are also great tracks to jam to and enjoy the sounds of hard rock. Tiffany's "Insatiable" also commands a nod from the entire soundtrack for inventive and pulsating dance beats with a rock background. Overall, it's a very well unified collection of tracks. A+++!
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