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WWF Forceable Entry [Compilation, Import]

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

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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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3.0 out of 5 stars Some solid tracks, some [bad ones]. Sept. 30 2002
Format:Audio CD
Let me start off here: This CD has only an edited version. No explicit Lyrics, which annoys me. that aside:
WWE (WWF) Forceable Entry features wrestling themes and songs used as promotional tools by the WWE (Formerly WWF).
Much like its predecessor, Aggression. Forceable Entry is a departure from the "WWF: The music" series, which features standard fare songs written by James A Johnston. Instead, you will find songs performed by some of the biggest pop acts de huer, whether their own compositions or versions of the standard themes. This can be great, such as with Disturbed's "Glass Shatters" or Drowning Pool's "The Game," or horrible, such as "No Chance," by dope, opr "Lovepassionetc.etc." By Boy Hits Car.
Here's my breakdown:
Drowning Pool: The Game: I prefer the "My Time" Theme for Triple H. However, I do prefer this version over the "The Music 5" version.
Kid Rock: Legs: Kid Rock manages to prove that even when he doesn't perform in his usual homogenous style, he manages to ruin all he touches.
Creed: Young Grow Old: Another artist who released a dreggy song on this album. Some originality would be nice.
Disturbed: Glass Shatters: One of the few FE tracks that was used by the WWF for more than a month or so. One of the best, too. Disturbed adds flavor to the classic Austin Theme.
Limp Bizkit: Rollin' (Remix): Haven't we heard this [bad] song enough times with enough different versions yet? No? Then let's hear another! Boring...Old...Tired...Bad song to start with...Likely only used because Durst has actual sway in the WWF's parent company.
Our Lady Peace: Whatever: Good song. Not quite the vibe I'd picture for Benoit, but what can you do? One of the best on here.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Decency...nothing more Jan. 15 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This CD achieves what it set out to do, combine rock with wrestling, and for the most part it did a good job. I shall summarize
1.Drowning Pool-The Game- Eh...this is okay, but I really would rather they just put the Motorhead version on and save some money...
2.Kid Rock-Legs- A lot of people canned this song, but compared to the ZZ Top original, this song rocks. It doesn't fit the rest of the CD though
3.Creed-Young Grow Old-This song is terrible to put it plainly, I can't stand Creed anyway, and this isn't anything special...
4.Disturbed-Glass Shatters-I'd say this was the best song on the album if it had more than one verse...
5.Limp Bizkit-Rollin- Typical Limp Bizkit, it's just Fred Durst making a fool of himself
6.Our Lady Peace-Whatever-Definately a good version of Benoit's theme, a different edge for the usually subdued band
7.Rob Zombie-Never Gonna Stop-This is a weird version of the song, it's good, but not as good as the original
8.Breaking Point-One of a Kind-Great song, seriously, it doesn't get much better than this, the real shame is that Breaking Point used this song as a single, even though Jim Johnston actually wrote it.
9.Marilyn Manson-The Beautiful People-I'm not a huge Manson fan, but this song is good, musically anyway...the profanity editing isn't very accurate though
10.Union Underground-Across the Nation-The real shame is that there are too many profanities in this song to actually say its worthy for a theme, just slap an "Explicit Lyrics" sticker on this CD and let 'em curse
11.Sevendust-Break the Walls Down-Piff...terrible song, I can't say much else
12.Saliva-Turn the Tables-Too hard for the Dudleyz, their gimmick doesn't require that heavy vocals and that distored guitar...
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5.0 out of 5 stars My oppinon on wwf forceable entry Jan. 6 2004
Format:Audio CD
I cannot begin to tell you how terrfic this CD is.but when i heard this other guy say that RVD song one of a kind is the best song on the album on internet i laughed my ass off buddy please u are such a lie the guy i'am talking about is the one that gave a d- to stacy's song . yeah u yo the best songs on the album is glass shatter by disturbed,slow chemical by finger eleven.i agree with u about the smackdown song and rob zombie.that HHH song is over played a little i didn't like it too much,raven's song on there sucks that's what i think.kane's song on that CD is great but i don't agree with u about what u said on the CD.
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4.0 out of 5 stars WWF Forceable Entry July 2 2003
By Michael
Format:Audio CD
This is the album all Rock fans have been waiting for. So in a Nutshell here is my thoughts on the songs as follows:
1. Triple H's Theme "The Game" by Drowning Pool -- I really hate we lost Dave Williams so soon because he had a voice for rock music, maybe Drowning Pool can pull off an AC/DC, otherwords this track kicks ...! Motorhead suits Triple H better though!
2. Stacy Kiebler's Theme "Legs" by Kid Rock -- How About NO?!?
3. Creed "Young Grow Old" -- I have to say this track has awesome guitar riffs but Creed just doesn't have what they use to have...That's why "My Own Prison" is the only album I have by them!
4. Stone Cold Steve Austin's Theme "Glass Shatters" by Disturbed -- My favorite most played track on the entire CD...and Austin being my favorite of all time...everything else follows suit...yet, it is repetitive, if your wanting to get pumped up for a tournament or any event in your life, this is the track to get everything flowing! Disturbed is just ...
5. The Undertaker's Theme "Rollin (Dead Man Mix)" by Limp Bizkit -- The Undertaker and Limp Bizkit do not fit in anybody's equation, although the song was cool for about an hour and that was about two years ago, really played out! A remix doesn't make it any better! The Undertaker is a favorite wrestler of mine though and gives this track alittle bit of justice but not much because of Fred Durst!
6. Chris Benoit's Theme "Whatever" by Our Lady Peace -- I like a few by Our Lady Peace and this one starts off pretty sad, but then gets good...but a much heavier band is needed for Chris Benoit's "Toothless Agression" attitude! This short [guy] can wrestle!
7. Edge's Theme "Never Gonna Stop Me (Remix) by Rob ZoMBiE ... Rob Zombie is awesome ...P>8.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Forceably Cashing In On Fans
Forceable Entry blends the world of hard rock and wrestling together by presenting a set of tunes by some of the biggest bands in hard rock and metal today performing the entrance... Read more
Published on April 20 2003 by Matthew Conway
4.0 out of 5 stars It's good, but not the best. Here's what I think...
Alright, first off, this CD has edited lyrics which [...]. I hate them & you can't buy an explicit version. One of the bad things about the CD. Read more
Published on March 9 2003 by Legend
4.0 out of 5 stars One of the best WWF(E) compilations!
This a great cd, especially if you like listening to the music you hear on WWE. As far as I know, this is the only CD I've seen that has the theme songs for RAW and SMACKDOWN on... Read more
Published on Feb. 20 2003 by Russell McKenzie
4.0 out of 5 stars Forceable Entry
Cool CD! The CD name FORCED me to ENTER the store and buy FORCEABLE ENTRY! Here is the review of each song.
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Published on Jan. 30 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars One Of The Best CDs
I own this cd, and can't turn it off. I love all the music. This is for true hard rock fans. With artists like Limp Bizkit, Disturbed, Drowning Pool, you can't go wrong. Read more
Published on Dec 6 2002 by Zack
3.0 out of 5 stars Actually 3 1/2 stars. But anyway............................
Finally, the WWF releases an album with REAL music performed by REAL singers. WWF Forceable Entry is a pretty cool CD.
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Published on Nov. 17 2002 by Jamie X-Treme
4.0 out of 5 stars WWE Forceable Entry Is A Must Have.....
This Review is long overdue. I bought this CD on it's release date back in March. Just recently I bought the Canadian version with the Finger Eleven bonus track. Read more
Published on Oct. 29 2002 by Matthew J. Bouchard
5.0 out of 5 stars My Review
This is a good cd but they could of left some of the songs the way they were.
Published on Sept. 22 2002 by Joshua Ballard
4.0 out of 5 stars Forceable Entry Review
Forceable entry is a rock album full of theme music from all your WWF superstars. As the front cover says "all new WWF Superstar themes that rock" it really does live up... Read more
Published on Sept. 16 2002 by musicclass
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