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WWF Aggression


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  • Audio CD (March 21, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Priority Records
  • ASIN: B00004HYGX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,857 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Kings (D-Generation X Theme) - Run DMC
2. Wreck (Mankind Theme) - Kool Keith/O.D.B.
3. Know Your Role (The Rock Theme) - Method Man
4. Hell Yeah (Stone Cold Steve Austin Theme) - Snoop Dogg/W.C.
5. No Chance (Vince McMahon Theme) - Redman/Rock
6. I Won't Stop (Gangrel Theme) - C-Murder
7. Big Red Machine (Kane Theme) - Tha Eastsidaz
8. Break Down The Walls (Chris Jericho Theme) - Ra The Rugged Man
9. You Ain't Hard (New Age Outlaws Theme) - Bad Azz/Techniec
10. Pimpin' Ain't Easy (The Godfather Theme) - Ice-T
11. Game (Triple H Theme) - Mystikal/Ras Kass
12. Big (The Big Show Theme) - Mack 10/K Mac/Boo Kapone
13. Ministry (The Undertaker Theme) - Meeno

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

All that's missing from this World Wrestling Foundation-sanctioned compilation is a version of Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff." A shrewd marketing move and sometimes even good music, WWF Aggression collects rap takes on 13 theme songs from the televised extravaganzas that brought mega-fame to the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mankind, and even biz honcho Vince McMahon. The tone here is mostly curse-free rap with gangsta and occasional rock overtones. Highlights include Method Man's "Know Your Role," Snoop Dogg and W.C.'s "Hell Yeah," and "No Chance," which brings together Redman, Rock, and turntablist Peanut Butter Wolf. Special mention must be made of "Wreck," which partakes less of the cartoon macho that makes these artists fine matches for their subjects than it does of just plain weirdness. But what else would you expect of a space-odyssey tale recited by Kool Keith and ODB? --Rickey Wright

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All that's missing from this World Wrestling Foundation-sanctioned compilation is a version of Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff." A shrewd marketing move and sometimes even good music, WWF Aggression collects rap takes on 13 theme songs from the televised extravaganzas that brought mega-fame to the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mankind, and even biz honcho Vince McMahon. The tone here is mostly curse-free rap with gangsta and occasional rock overtones. Highlights include Method Man's "Know Your Role," Snoop Dogg and W.C.'s "Hell Yeah," and "No Chance," which brings together Redman, Rock, and turntablist Peanut Butter Wolf. Special mention must be made of "Wreck," which partakes less of the cartoon macho that makes these artists fine matches for their subjects than it does of just plain weirdness. But what else would you expect of a space-odyssey tale recited by Kool Keith and ODB? --Rickey Wright

Customer Reviews

The album also has Redman,Snoop Dogg,Ice-T,and Mystikal.
bubu
I Wont Stop by C-Murder & Magic: This song is pretty cool with a good hook, suits the Gangrel theme, i liked the random laughter & stuff, very creepy 7.
Timoti
This was one of the best albums I have ever heard in my entire life.
BDP87

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 22, 2000
Format: Audio CD
WWF Aggression reminds me a lot of the "Blade" movie soundtrack. This time around though, rap stars perform songs inspired by WWF Superstars. The best of the bunch is Run DMC's take on DX's theme music. Mankind's song was all right, although with Kool Keith and ODB on the mike, it would've been nifty mixing Mick Foley's other themes/personas (Dude Love & Cactus Jack). Theme #3 is the People's Champion (with Method Man supplying the rhymes). It might not be the most electrifying song on the CD, but it doesn't matter what I think! Snoop Dogg & W.C. throw down on Steve Austin's inspired "Hell Yeah" (get well soon Stone Cold). Mr. Vince McMahon's "No Chance" gets a nice makeover courtesy of Redman, Rock (from Heltah Skeltah) and Peanut Butter Wolf. Song #6 was the surprise of the bunch. C Murder and Magic should submit "I Won't Stop" to the "Blade 2" soundtrack! Tha Eastsidaz rhyme to the rythm of Kane's "Big Red Machine." Y2J's theme is good enough by itself, though RA The Rugged Man does a decent job on the mic. The NAO theme is another selection that's better in it's original format, but for the sake of hip-hop art, Bad Azz (not Billy Gunn) and Techniec kick in the jams. As far as the Godfather's theme, Ice T was the logical choice for Pimpin' Ain't Easy Man. HHH's theme is yet another song that's good enough left alone, then along come Mystikal & Ras Kass to change my opinion. This one's another of my unexpected favorites. Mack 10, K Mac, Boo Kapone & MC Eiht do a decent take on the Big Show's song, and wrapping up this eclectic CD, (Dame Grease Presents) Meeno brings it home with the Undertaker's "Ministry".Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Phil E. Phil on April 6, 2000
Format: Audio CD
As soon as I heard the first track, I was hooked. The DX theme song "The Kings" is definitely my favorite of the bunch. My other favorite tracks include Y2J, Stone Cold, & the Outlaws' theme. Some of the lyrics may not be appropriate for your kids; although there's nothing here that you haven't already heard on WWF television. Aside from that, the artists and the WWF have done a great job! Altogether, would I recommend this album for WWF fans? OH HELL YEAH!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 28, 2000
Format: Audio CD
the music was great. the "great one" is in this and you give him your money to smell what the rock is cooking. walls of jerhico is an awesome remix and stone cold theme is off the hook. big show was alittle bit of a down fall but the DX theme conter reacts it by Run Dmc tearing up the mic.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JON on April 13, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I AM A HUGE WWF FAN AND I RECIEVED THIS CD AS A GIFT, AND I AM TELLING YOU IT IS GREAT! I LOVE THE DX REMIX WITH RUN DMC, I LOVE THE ROCKS REMIX WITH METHOD MAN, I LOVE STONE COLDS WITH SNOOP DOGG, I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS CD! THIS ISNT SOME TRAILER PARK TRASH CD LIKE WCW PUT TOGETHER THIS IS ONE AWESOME CD, AND THE BEST THING ABOUT IT COMES FROM THE WWF AND U KNOW FROM THE WWF U WILL GET A GOOD PRODUCT, MY ADVISE TO ANY MUSIC FAN AND WRESTLING FAN GET THIS CD! U WONT REGRET IT
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Morrison Lewis on October 13, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The hype was tremendous, the names well known--What went wrong?
First, to clarify a couple of things. WWF Agression is a rap-oriented CD. If you detest rap so much that you refuse to buy rap music, this is not for you. If you are expecting rock music of any kind, go somewhere else. Agression is also not the original themes of these wrestlers. If you want those, they can be found on the various WWF: The music CDs.
What we do have are numerous remixed themes of various superstars by big-time rap names, with a mixed bag result.
Here's the good: Run DMC brings in an excellent remix of the Degeneration X theme, which is probably the strongest selling point on the album. Kane and the Undertaker's themes also get star treatment, with the original elements of the songs not suffering from the addition of the rap. Big Show's theme was always a disappointment, but the remix actually improves it. "No Chance," the remix of the MacMahon family theme, was not bad, and Jericho's new theme is interesting, though I prefer the original.
And, of course, the bad: Wreck? Mankind's theme could have used some touchups, but clearly this was not the way to go. The Rock's theme is boring, though it was not completely without merit. Austin's theme gets the treatment from Snoop Dog, with a song best left for the wolves. Ice-T's version of the Godfather's theme was better live, and had little merit on the disc.
All in all, there are several songs on here that are worth it, even years afterwards. The remixes of the themes for DX, Kane, and Undertaker are by far the best on the album, but may not be enough to pique your interest.
Caveat emptor.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Palmerino Jr VINE VOICE on March 22, 2000
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Some of the song lyrics really have nothing to do with the WWF wrestlers. For example, the lyrics for The Undertaker's song talk more about the rappers themsleves than the Undertaker. I wonder why the WWF approved some of these lyrics that don't make sense...

At the other end of the spectrum, Method Man's version of The Rock's music is a lyrical masterpiece. Sure, Method Man had a lot to draw from (considering The Rock's many catch phrases), but it still represents how good a song can be if thought is given to the lyrics.
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