It Came From YouTube: Across The Nation music video

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Crapper E-Squared found this and writes:

The Raw theme from 2002-2006. I like how they had a lot of footage of matches and wrestlers at events in it, as well as random shots of wrestlers and divas like it was done in the opening credits from back in those days.

Wow! See the WWE Superstars now in amazing “Seizure-Vision”!

I haven’t seen that many strobe lights and random flashing lights since my last trip to Spencer’s Gifts.

Thanks, E-Squared!

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6 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Across The Nation music video"
  1. RhineStoneCowboy says:

    What if I don’t want to move to the music?

  2. Jeremy says:

    At 2:00, why are they chanting for Test over and over again?

  3. John Q Occupier says:

    All these years I thought the singer was a secret Average White Band fan- I’m a little disappointed to find that he was just censored. :S

  4. Paul R. from says:

    I never knew there was a real music video for this song. Pretty cool. I always liked this song, though having now heard the full version, the chorus repeats *way* too much.

    Judging from the wrestlers seen, and the clips, this had to have been made in early 2002, between February and May. I spotted nWo Hogan and Hall, Wrestlemania 18, and a sign. They changed to WWE in May 2002, so that helps narrow down the timeframe.

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