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WWF Aggression Compilation


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 28 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Compilation
  • Label: Priority Records/EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00004HYGX
  • In-Print Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #77,136 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

Product Description

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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

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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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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I give the WWF ALOT of credit for this CD considering the challenges of taking the songs you have and then mixing them. My overall rating is 3 4/5 and I rounded it to four stars. Alot of people did not like this CD but I would like to say that it was a challange and although this CD will become somewhat forgetable it has some very memorable tracks.
First the WWF does the EXTREMELY popular DX remix entitled The Kings and the rap artists for this song were the LONG TIME rappers Run DMC who sang the opening National Anthem at WrestleMania 5 or 7, I believe and have been long-time associates of the World Wrestling Federation. I personally enjoyed this song and I hope that you do to.
That is followed by the second track on this CD entitled Wreck and is inspired by Mankind's Theme which also is entitled Wreck. The rap artists on here are so-so. I have never heard of them and this track was a highly forgettable less than medeocre track.
That is followed by an OK track inspired by The Rock's theme. It is somewhat repetitive causing the beggining to sound better. Over all it was pretty good but not excellent. It did help out Method Man (the artist's) carrer, I guess. Anyway...
Next was the second of two Stone Cold Steve Austin mixes. First was the absolutely horrible one one Volume Four now the rap version. This is getting kind of annoying. Anyway, this one was by Snoop Doggy Dogg and W.C. I think you can tell how I feal about this one.
Up next is <i>inspired</i> by Vince and Shane McMahon's No Chance and is by Redman, Rock, and Peanut Butter Wolf. They must have been desperate for people. This track just helped the downfall of popularity of the CD.
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Ok, I can't recommend this to every WWF fan because some WWF fans don't like rap and that is exactly what this is.
1. The Kings-Run DMC does a good job on this track and Is probably the best track on the album. 2. Wreck-This song by Kool Keith and O.D.B. is terrible! The regular Mankind theme was fine this is a waste of disc space. 3. Know Your Role-This is a very good track by Method Man. Meth does a great job of capturing all the rocks phrases into one song. 4. Hell Yeah-This one is so-so I can not stand W.C. but Snoop is great. 5. No Chance-This one is pure evil, the original No Chance In Hell was much better. 6. I Won't Stop-Ok, this is a good song but what in the hell doe's the name of the song have to do with Gangrel. 7. Big Red Machine-This is THE track. My absolute favorite, The Eastsidaz are excellent and make the Kane theme the greatest on the album. 8. Break Down The Walls-Shoulda stayed the same. 9. You Ain't Hard-Ditto(NAO Theme) 10. Pimpin' Ain't Easy-This song was much toted even before the album came out with the performance by Ice T at Wrestlemania, it's an ok song. 11. Game-Triple H's song was MUCH MUCH better then this. 12. Big-Never mix country/rock with rap. 13. Ministry-The slow methodical brooding mood of this track make it the perfect ending to an average album.
Well, thats all. The album is by no means bad, it's just not what I was expecting.
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Aggression is just what the album namesake states: Your favorite WWF superstar themes set to a hard edge rap lyrical twist.
Many of the songs are very creative and really fun like the DX Theme from RUN DMC, and The Rock's Theme, and most definetly Ice T's version of teh Godfather's Theme. For those artists that spent time learning the wrestling lingo and trademark moves of their respective wrestlers, the songs are ingenious.
However, there are a few odd choices. Though Gangrel's theme is pretty cool, how was that picked over a more popular group like Tool Cool? Also there are a few songs that seem to have really very little to do with the actual wrestler other than a few vague refrences. If you weren't a huge WWF fan, some of these refrences would get lost to you and you wouldn't be able to identify the song to the wrestler.
Overall, it is well done, and is definetly a fast paced album lending itslef to a good workout or a boost of energy if you need it.
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