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"WWE: The Music, THE BEGINNING" released digitally
For the first time, WWE has digitally released the first five volumes of the iconic “WWE: The Music” entrance theme album series. All five albums will be available as an 80-song bundle collection exclusively on iTunes for a limited time only. ( iTunes)
The albums, which were originally released between 1995 and 2001, collectively have sold more than 3.5 million copies in the United States alone. The bundle collection available on iTunes features all five original albums in their entirety, as well as 10 bonus tracks.
Tracks featured on the original albums included classic entrance themes for legendary Superstars such as The Rock, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Bret “Hit Man” Hart, Mankind, Vader, Diesel, Razor Ramon, Eddie Guerrero, Sycho Sid and many others.
The bonus songs are a mix of previously unreleased songs from memorable TV moments (like The Four Horsemen’s 2012 WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony and the “Free or Fired” package for Survivor Series 2010) and alternate, remix and demo versions of entrance theme songs. In the latter category, songs for Superstars such as Triple H, The Undertaker, Wade Barrett and Dolph Ziggler were performed by recording artists including Shaman’s Harvest, Beta Wolf, The Angry Kids, American Fangs, Flatfoot 56 and S-Preme. ( iTunes)