- Performer:Various Artists
- Title:Slammin' Wrestling Hits
- Date of release:January 26, 1999
- Size FLAC version1316 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1161 megabytes
- Size WMA version1299 megabytes
- Formats:MPC AUD MP1 DTS APE TTA
Slammin' Wrestling Hits. Slammin' Wrestling Hits. Cassette - Simitar Distribution.
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Although it incorporates such time-honored traditions as sadism, diluted porn, brutality, satanic majesties, and plain old-fashioned yelling, the current pro wrestling scene is a new, disturbed universe unto itself. In the same way, the burgeoning genre of wrestling music is its own fascinatingly grotesque beast; it doesn’t conform to any known standards of taste or sense. But the album ultimately hits the mat thanks to its white-bread-rap arrangements (the chirpy Wrestlemania theme and Nasty Boys Stomp, which sounds suspiciously like Janet Jackson’s Nasty ) and the painful rhyming and singing of Bret Hitman Hart and the Undertaker, which won’t bruise anything but your ears.
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The Wrestling Album is a music album released by the WWF (World Wrestling Federation) in 1985 at the height of the Rock 'n' Wrestling Connection era. It featured mostly theme music of wrestlers on the roster at the time. Most of the songs were produced by Rick Derringer. David Wolff, at the time Cyndi Lauper's manager and boyfriend, was executive producer. The album was basically Wolff's concept
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CreditsMarc J. Caruso - Executive Producer
Carlos (Chale) Torres - Illustrations
|2||Stone Cold Steve Austin Theme||3:10|
|3||Bill Goldberg Theme||2:04|
|4||Val Venis Theme||1:59|
|6||Al Snow Theme||2:22|
|10||Ken Shamrock Theme||3:14|
|11||Lex Luger Theme||2:22|
|12||Dude Love Theme||3:14|
|13||Ric Flair Theme||1:15|
|14||The Undertaker Theme||3:13|
|15||The Edge Theme||2:14|