It Came From YouTube: WWE Aggression combines theme music with rap and makes crap

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Crapper Jim Shea writes:

Ahh yes, back in 2000, WWF compiled some of the biggest rap stars to do rap versions of WWF theme songs, it was certainly a mixed bag. Sure there was Snoop, Run DMC, Method Man, and Redman on there, but I seem to remember there were a few songs that were laughably bad.

Big Show’s theme done by Mack 10 got the most heat.

But Gangrel’s ditty done by some rapper I never heard (C Murder) is a close second.

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7 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: WWE Aggression combines theme music with rap and makes crap"
  1. Paul S. says:

    C. Murder is actually worth noting because he actually rapped over the WCW Wolfpack theme. Also he’s now in charge for murder. So I guess he practiced truth in advertising.

    Also the Kane theme on this album was actually pretty awesome. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZEhBWWU2SU

  2. Raven7309 says:

    Hey!! I enjoyed this album. The Rock, DX, and Stone Cold thenes were my favourites.

  3. Sean Bateman says:

    This needed a review by Curt Hennig and the West Texas Rednecks

  4. Peter says:

    Yeah, the only theme song I liked off this album was the DX one. I think X-Pac and Road Dogg were using it long after they stopped promoting the whole thing. Too bad there isn’t (or is there?) music videos of like Gangrel and Attitude Era stars trying to be thugs, could’ve been possible induction material.

    • Jimbolian says:

      I’m sure if you find Gangrel (Vampire Warrior) at your local wrestling show, he’ll star in a YouTube with that song for $50.

  5. Nick Nutter says:

    I listened the SH*T out of this CD in high school! Almost every week at the bowling alley, we’d bump this. We we’re 17, it was 2000…I think that’s the only demographic meant to hear this stuff. I won’t try to defend the quality of the music, but it’s fun as hell.

  6. Rashanii says:

    The Big Show song remains a favorite of mine. Mack 10, Binky Mac anf MC Eiht really did a great job with that song.

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