5 Piledrivers out of 10.
Average. The WWF logo with the names of who appears
on the CD. Nothing too exicting but it stands out enough that you'll notice
it in the store.
Stone Cold Stunners out of 10.
None of the booklets to the WWF Cds are that exciting.
This one just has brief recording credits for each song along with some
photos and a paragraph from Matt Pinfield! Where did they dig him up
Power Bombs out of 10.
This is a compilation CD of various wrestlers'
enterance themes along with a few other songs. The track listing is:
Drowning Pool "The Game" from Triple H
Kid Rock "Legs" for Stacy Kiebler
Creed "Young Grow Old" for no good reason
Disturbed "Glass Shatters" for Stone Cold Steve Austin
Limp Bizkit "Rollin (Dead Man Mix)" for Undertaker
Our Lady Peace "Whatever" for Chris Benoit
Rob Zombie "Never Gonna Stop (Remix)" for Edge
Breaking Point "One Of A Kind" for Rob Van Dam
Marilyn Manson "The Beautiful People (WWF Remix)" for Smackdown
The Union Underground "Across The Nation" for Raw
Sevendust "Break The Walls Down" for Chris Jericho
Saliva "Turn The Tables" for the Dudley Boyz
Monster Magnet "Live For The Moment" for the Hardy Boyz
Stereomud "End Of Everything" for Raven
Neurotica "Ride Of Your Life"
Cypress Hill "Just Another Victim" for Tazz
Dope "No Chance" for Mr. McMahon
Boy Hits Car "Lovefurypasssionenergy" for Lita
The first thing I'll say is the Monster Magnet and Boy Hits Car songs
suck. Team Extreme got two Extreme songs that sucked. The rest of the
CD I enjoyed. I put Drowing Pool's "The Game" on repeat and
walk through my trailer park pretending I'm Triple H. Hey, don't pretend
you don't do the same thing! "Across The Nation" by The Union
Underground could probably be a single if they wanted to have one. That's
my favorite song on the CD. This is probably the best CD the WWF has
put out from beginning to end.
Best Buy version of this CD came with a DVD of the "Insider's History
Of Wrestlemania" so you can't beat that with a chair.