It Came From YouTube: WWF Slam Jam music video

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From WrestleMania: The Album (which has already been inducted here on the site) here is the Slam Jam music video.

Say what you want about how silly the song, music video, and album were, but it had some really catchy songs and modern (for the time) production.

How many of you had the album? Let us know in the comments below!

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4 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: WWF Slam Jam music video"
  1. JyriErik says:

    Yes, I have the Wrestlemania Album. Not a great album, but most of the songs at least “have a good beat and you can dance to it”.
    Still, I find it amusing how the Wrestlemania theme song starts with “Are you ready for the Survivor Series” and Mean Gene asking “Who will survive?”. Plus the part in the refrain about “fighting to survive”. Hmm…Someone got their PPVs mixed up

    Jyri

  2. John C says:

    My ears just announced that they are filing for divorce.

  3. Andre R. says:

    Yep, I had this on cassette. I actually like Slam Jam better than WM. I found it funny that by the time the album came out, Davey Boy had already left for WCW. That might have been a bit awkward. Also, didn’t the Nasty Boys jump ship around the same time as well? I think so!

    And the cassette version had the “Cold Crush” track which the CD version did not. And later on we learned Brian Adams was released because of all the guns and drugs in his house. Whoopsie!

    One last thing: this was produced by Simon Cowell. Why doesn’t that surprise me?

  4. Sycho Sid Caesar says:

    WrestleMania the Album was the first CD I ever owned and listened to it all the time as a kid. I was 10, I didn’t know any better. All I knew was it was WWF and I could listen to it. No matter how cheesy and corny and downright bad the music is, that CD will always hold a special place for me… Currently balancing my wobbly nightstand.

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