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WWE: The Music, vol. 8

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Never before released entrance themes from 2008's Biggest WWE Superstars. Tracks feature Disciple, Collie Buddz, Airbourne Theory of a Deadman, Salvia and more. CD includes the theme for current reigning Woman Champion Beth Phoenix and the first undisputed World Champion, Chris Jericho. 14 tracks.


1. No More Words:Jeff Hardy (EndeverafteR)
2. SOS: Kofi Kingston (Collie Buddz)
3. Glamazon: Beth Phoenix
4. The Wall: Mark Henry
5. In The Middle of it Now: Hawkins & Ryder (Disciple)
6. Sliced Bread: Jillian
7. No Chance In Hell: Mr. McMahon (Theory of a Deadman)
8. Don't Question My Heart: ECW Theme (Saliva w/ Brent Smith)
9. Biscuits & Gravy: Jesse & Festus
10. What Love Is: Candice Michelle
11. Ain't No Make Believe: John Morrison
12. Ain't No Stoppin' Me: Shelton Benjamin (Axel)
13. Turn Up The Trouble: Mr. Kennedy (Airbourne)
14. Break The Walls Down Chris Jericho

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 25, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0013K6WL2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #174,740 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Green on March 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
When I picked this up, I knew there would be some good tracks and some bad ones. And boy was I right. The tracks that I liked was Jeff Hardy, Kofi Kingston, the ECW theme, Shelton Benjamin, and Mr. Kennedy. However the tracks I was wondering of how in the hell did these make it were Mark Henry(didn't he just have a theme on Wreckless Intent), Jillian, and sadly the Y2J theme. Overall, I would pick this up to add to my collection. One theme I would have put on here is Umaga's.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chad Roose on April 24, 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Well i think people on here are expecting next year's Grammy award winning album. Here is the deal about the CD from a wrestling fan to another, The CD is good. Most of the themes are currently being used by the wrestlers. These wrestlers are: Jeff hardy, Kofi, Beth Phoenix, Mark Henry, Hawkins & Ryder, ECW brand, Jesse & Festus, Candice Michelle, Shelton Benjamin, Mr.Kennedy and John Morrison. So if you dig their actual entrance themes well thats exactly what you are getting.The few songs that are not "covers" but newly recorded versions are cool too. Y2J's theme on this CD is slower but rockin' and pretty heavy. Theory Of A Dead man's version of Vince's theme is awesome too. As far the WWE holding off to give us better themes, which superstar out there has a theme we don't already have? The CD is great for WWE fans of the music.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Palmerino Jr VINE VOICE on March 26, 2008
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First of all, I don't like the inexpensive cardboard CD folder.

As for the songs, I was surprised by how enjoyable Kofi's song is. The ECW theme is clearly the best song on the CD, but I have often questioned why they chose this theme for ECW.

I would have rather had Jeff Hardy's original Hardy Boyz theme and Chris Jericho's current theme, similar to what is found on WWE The Music 4 and Anthology. I also like Kennedy's previous version more than the version on this CD.

This CD features so-so covers of McMahon's theme, Shelton's theme, Jericho's theme, and Kennedy's theme, which now lacks Kennedy's "MR KENNEDY!!! voicover.

Overall, it is an ok CD. I think they should have waited a little longer and given us better, more original themes with less cover songs.
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I've enjoyed this compilation from WWE more than any that they've released since The Music, Volume 3. There's a solid tracklist that was only complemented by the trio of bonus songs found in the Wal-Mart edition - I like them all, but find that the songs for ECW, Shelton Benjamin, Kofi Kingston and Jeff Hardy are my favorites. I was happy to put my money down for this CD, but I wasn't happy about the pauses prior to the song intros or the low volume the CD was mastered at. But all in all, this is a solid release for WWE fans. And for the fan on here looking for Ashley's current theme, it can be found on The Music, Volume 7 (which was an album exclusively released to iTunes.)
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By J. Head on March 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Overall, this compilation is just OK. Including the 3 bonus tracks on the Wal-Mart version, only two songs really stood out for me: Theory of a Deadman's version of No Chance In Hell and the ECW Theme. The rest of the songs I could live without and really can't say that I care for them. Although Biscuits & Gravy for Jesse & Festus is sort of funny, I guess. - I don't know, and I hope not, but it sounds like Jim Johnston might be on the edge of losing "it".
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G$ash17 on March 25, 2008
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I'm always happy for a new WWE cd and it's been quite awhile since the 15th anniversary cd only had like two new tracks and Volume 7 going through Itunes was a bunch of bs but I'm glad Volume 8 is now available and I got mine at Wal-Mart for the 3 bonus tracks so I'll break it down by track.
1- Jeff Hardy- Decent rock track but nothing special (5/10)
2- Kofi Kingston- I hate raggae but this isn't too terrible, again nothing special (4/10)
3- Beth Phoenix- Better than the first two tracks kind of a weird futuristic sounding song doesn't fit Beth well (6/10)
4- Mark Henry- Better than his previous themes but didn't care much for this either, the beat is good but the rapping is crap (5/10)
5- Hawkins & Ryder- Suprised this is on here since they never talk about these guys, another lame track (5/10)
6- Jillian- Oh lord this is bad and not even funny (2/10)
7- Mr. McMahon- Another version of No Chance In Hell and the worst yet, I like Theory of a Deadman and look forward to their new album but they crapped on this (4/10)
8- ECW Theme- Best track on here really good (8/10)
9- Jesse & Festus- One of the better tracks on here too (7/10)
10- Candice Michelle- Absolutely horrible mix of her old theme, worst track on the cd (1/10)
11- John Morrison- Good rock track but not great (6/10)
12- Shelton Benjamin- The rock is good but rap is the worst garbage ever and brings down any song (4/10)
13- Mr.
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By Alex Ricard on June 14, 2010
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Great CD, I really like the songs "No More Words" by EndeverafteR, "SOS" by Collie Buddz, "No Chance In Hell" by Theory of a Deadman, and "Don't Question My Heart" by Saliva with Brent Smith from Shinedown. I also liked "Ain't No Make Believe", and "Turn Up The Trouble" by Airbourne.
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Looks good except Jericho and Benjamin
Apparently this is a new song for Jericho. Well, the same song but re-done by a different band.
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