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World Wrestling Federation: The Music, Volume 3 Import

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W.W.E. ~ World Wrestling Federation: The

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It's a stroke of marketing genius: Just before any of the World Wrestling Federation's stars enters an arena, his theme music blares over the speakers. It's an amazing dramatic device for the story-line- fueled "sports entertainment experience," and it drives the fans wild. It doesn't make for good songs, but that's not really the point--after all, the idea here is to get a distinctive 10 to 15 seconds that sounds good at stadium sound levels; after about 30 seconds it's easy to see that these "songs" are really nothing more than pumped-up jingles. As a series of commercials for the WWF's stars, 14 of which are represented here, or as a memento for fans, this disc is made to order. If you're looking for a CD that you'll actually put on the stereo for fun, you're better off with either Steve Austin's Stone Cold Metal or ECW: Extreme Music. --Randy Silver

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Undertaker
  2. Edge
  3. X-Pac
  4. Dude Love
  5. Kane
  6. The Rock
  7. Gangrel / The Brood
  8. Ken Shamrock
  9. Oddities
  10. D-Generation X
  11. Sable
  12. New Age Outlaws
  13. Val Venis
  14. Stone Cold Steve Austin


Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 29, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Koch Records
  • ASIN: B00000HF6A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (230 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,067 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Although this is a very good album, including a piece by the "Insane Clown Posse"! There was some faltering and pauses, fortunately for only a nano second here and there. Barely noticeable, worthy product!
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track 1)Far better than Undertaker's volume 4 mix
track 2)Not any less good than the one on volume 4,they are both good in their own way.
track3)I like this cut a lot. But not as good as the DX theme.
track 4)How could you not love the dude or his music? Not EXACTLY like his volume 2 theme. Exact sound except clearer and louder
track 5)Kane's theme is one of the most emotional musical pieces ever written. Listen closely for the little piano solo.
track 6)This is the best theme Rocky ever had.His lyrics really define his personality plus the remixed nation theme in the background is awesome and implies power.
track 7)This gothic theme is really good.
track 8)Same situation as with Edge's themes....... this one is not better than the volume 2 one, just mixed differently.
track 9) Funky song!
track 10)One of the best themes ever! Good enuff for radio play.
track 11) Sables theme.........is not good as the other ones.......not the same as volume 2 slightly better mix but........ugh.
track 12) NAO theme is da bomb! So hard and intense! The Road Dogg's lyrics do NOT ruin the song at all! They add to it!
track 13) I think of Rick Martel when I hear this one. arrogance lol
track 14) OOOOOH HEEEELLLLLL YEAH. One of the best tunes ever composed.
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i remember getting this back in 1998 still one of my favorites. i main gripe of this cd from keeping as 5 stars is a couple of themes shouldve been replaced or they couldve added a couple extras. the themes i wouldve replaced was dude love with mankind's theme from rock bottom 98 considering we already had dude love's theme on volume 2 and its no different. i also would've removed sable's theme especially since she never really used this version and both shouldve been replaced with owen hart's nation theme and the nation's group version. how those themes were not added is a travesty.
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By A Customer on July 23, 1999
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WWF volume 3 is the best of the WWF albums. It's got most of the current music on it, and some old, but that will NOT bother you. Here is each track, on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being best)...
1) Undertaker- Great theme, far better than his old one, but the older one sounds more like the music an Undertaker would use. 5 out of 5, just 'cause it's cool.
2) Edge- At first, I hated it. Then it caught on, and now I think it's one of the best. Just give it a chance. 4 of 5.
3) X-Pac- This may be one of the only wrestler themes with lyrics, other than D-X and the Oddities. But it's a shame the lyrics are cheese. 3 outta 5.
4) Dude Love- Why do we need this? We have it on Volume 2. Put on Mankind's Volume 2 theme with that kicked-up beat. So, I'll give it the same thing I gave it before, 2 outta 5.
5) Kane- Love this theme. When you hear it clearly for the first time you realize it's better than it sounds on Raw. 4 of 5, just because it gets repetative after a while.
6) The Rock- Hands down the best theme The Rock has had, this one is LEGIONS better than his current one. 5 of 5.
7) Gangrel/The Brood- Well, since the Brood is no more, it's just Gangrel's theme now. I like this one, but it seems too long. Still, it's worth 5 out of 5.
8) Ken Shamrock- Basically a better (by far) version of his old theme from Volume 2. Enjoyable theme, upbeat and fast-paced. 5 out of 5.
9) The Oddities- This theme is OK, it's not repetative like the others, and it's cool. So, 4 outta 5.
10) D-Generation X- Only other one on the CD with lyrics. but this time, the lyrics are better. If you've never heard of D-X, just listen to the song, and you'll understand their attitude problem.
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By A Customer on November 14, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I will give you opinions of all the songs on the cd.
1-undertaker= This song is my favorite. It's better than the one that's on vol.4
2-edge= I really don't like this song. Get the volume 4 version.
3-x-pac= This is a great song. It really get 's you're blood pumping.
4-dude love= I think this song sucks. Why did they put the song on this cd when it was on vol.2 They should have replaced it with lod's theme music.
5-kane= This song is good especially with the loud blast at the beginning.
6-the rock= I think they should have advertised the song that's on this cd because the one they advertised on the commercial is not the one on the cd. But this song is still good.
7-Gangrel= This song is a pretty good fast paced gothic song.
8-shamerock= This song get's you excited.
9-oddities= I think this song by the ICP sucks.
10-DX= This song is great specially at the beginning when they say break it down. The people that sing this song are called the chris warren band. They should have they're on cd because they have come out with three great songs which are DX, X-pac's theme and triple h's theme on vol.4.
11-Sable= Not to good.
12-New age outlaws= Great theme specially with the road dog's lyrics.
13-Val Venis= The song is basically a redone version of "The model Rick Martel's music." It's ok.
14-Stone Cold Steve Austin= This theme is great. I love the part where the glass breaks.
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