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WWF Forceable Entry

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  • Seller:musicalmaverick2011
  • Sales Rank:96,653
  • Language:English (Unknown)
  • Media:Audio CD
  • Discs:1
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.2
  • Dimensions (in):4.8 x 5 x 0.5
  • Release Date:March 26, 2002
  • UPC:696998521124
  • EAN:0696998521124
  • ASIN:B000063206
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Tracks
  • The Game (Triple H's Theme) - Drowning Pool
  • Legs (Stacy Kiebler's Theme) - Kid Rock
  • Young Grow Old - Creed
  • Glass Shatters (Stone Cold Steve Austin's Theme) - Disturbed
  • Rollin' (Dead Man Mix) (Undertaker's Theme) - Limp Bizkit
  • Whatever (Chris Benoit's Theme) - Our Lady Peace
  • Never Gonna Stop (The Black Cat Crossing Mix) (Edge's Theme) - Rob Zombie
  • One Of A Kind (Rob Van Dam's Theme) - Breaking Point
  • The Beautiful People (The WWF Remix) (Smackdown Theme) - Marilyn Manson
  • Across The Nation (Raw Theme) - The Union Underground
  • Break The Walls Down (Chris Jericho's Theme) - Sevendust
  • Turn The Tables (Dudley Boyz' Theme) - Saliva
  • Live For The Moment (Hardy Boyz' Theme) - Monster Magnet
  • End Of Everything (Raven's Theme) - Stereomud
  • Ride Of Your Life - Neurotica
  • Just Another Victim (Tazz's Theme) - Cypress Hill
  • No Chance (Mr. McMahon's Theme) - Dope
  • Lovefurypassionenergy (Lita's Theme) - Boy Hits Car


Editorial Reviews:
Amazon.com
The tagline emblazoned across the top of this latest WWF album's cover reads, "All New WWF Superstar Themes That Rock!" And on any compilation where songs by Limp Bizkit and Marilyn Manson are unremarkable for their fast pace and fury, it can be safely said that all of the songs do "rock!" Careful work has gone into matching songs to the performers, and the opportunity to listen to this album outside the context of WWF shows means that a fan can live the fantasy any time he chooses, all day long. Even Vince McMahon's theme strengthens the role he plays in the WWF's plot: Dope's "No Chance" talks in the first person about a stupidly angry boss, and connecting McMahon with this song is smart because everybody hates their boss on some level, and this song only reminds the listener of McMahon's part in the drama. Along with "No Chance," some of the other numbers on Forceable Entry are new covers or remixes of wrestlers' theme songs. Here, this generally means a new version with dirtier guitar work throughout it. This will only bother the listener if he was really attached to the original version of one of the themes, such as Chris Jericho's "Break the Walls Down" (Sevendust), or Undertaker's "Rollin'" (Limp Bizkit). Regardless, if you know the songs played upon the entrance of these wrestlers, then you know which themes you like and which ones you don't--and you know whether or not you need this album. --Mark Huntsman

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