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Subject: The Wrestling Album

Written By: whistledog on 11/03/05 at 6:32 pm

Remember these ...

The Wrestling Album (1985)
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1. Land of A Thousand Dances - The Wrestlers
2. Grab Them Cakes - Junk Yard Dog
3. Real American - Rick Derringer
4. Eat Your Heart Out, Rick Springfield - Jimmy Hart
5. Captain Lou's History of Music / Captain Lou - Captain Lou Albano
6. Hulk Hogan's Theme - The W.W.F. All-Stars
7. For Everybody - "Rowdy" Roddy Piper
8. Tutti Frutti - "Mean" Gene Okerlund
9. Don't Go Messin' With A Country Boy - Hillbilly Jim
10. Cara Mia - Nikolai Volkoff

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Piledriver - The Wrestling Album II (1987)
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1. Girls in Cars - Robbie Dupree with Strike Force
2. Piledriver - Koko B. Ware
3. Honky Tonk Man - The Honky Tonk Man
4. Demolition - Rick Derringer with Ax and Smash
5. Jive Soul Bro - Slick
6. Crank it Up - Jimmy Hart
7. Waking Up Alone - Hilbilly Jim and Gertrude
8. Stand Back - Vince McMahon
9. Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo - "Mean" Gene Okerlund and Rick Derringer
10. If You Only Knew


Subject: Re: The Wrestling Album

Written By: JamieMcBain on 11/03/05 at 9:53 pm

;D

Subject: Re: The Wrestling Album

Written By: Bobby on 11/04/05 at 6:59 am

Ha ha! Trust you, Jason.  ;D

Yes, I love the themes to Honky Tonk Man, Hillbilly Jim, Demolition and, of course 'Real American' by Derringer.  8)

What is interesting is 'Machoman' Randy Savage is on the cover of the first album but doesn't have any tracks allocated to him (unless he is part of the WWF All-Stars).

Subject: Re: The Wrestling Album

Written By: mitch1987 on 11/04/05 at 11:23 pm

I LOVED THIS ALBUM . I WAS A HUGE WRESTLING FAN BACK THEN AND  "REAL AMERICAN" BY DERRINGER WAS THE BEST IMO. I MUST FIND THAT TAPE. 8)

Subject: Re: The Wrestling Album

Written By: whistledog on 11/05/05 at 12:07 am


I LOVED THIS ALBUM . I WAS A HUGE WRESTLING FAN BACK THEN AND  "REAL AMERICAN" BY DERRINGER WAS THE BEST IMO. I MUST FIND THAT TAPE. 8)


The first Wrestling Album was re-mastered on CD in 1999.  The Piledriver - Wrestling Album II is on CD, but probably only available through pawn shops or flea markets, etc

Subject: Re: The Wrestling Album

Written By: Tony20fan4ever on 11/17/05 at 9:53 am


The first Wrestling Album was re-mastered on CD in 1999.

Subject: Re: The Wrestling Album

Written By: Carl on 11/17/05 at 1:09 pm

Well, I never had 'The Wrestling Album', sorry, it was a little too much for me even though I was a wrestling fan, but more so in the very early 80s before it became big.

Subject: Re: The Wrestling Album

Written By: Alchoholica on 11/17/05 at 1:21 pm

'Eat your heart out Rick Spingfield From the Mouth of the South Jimmy Hart, now there's true talent!'

Subject: Re: The Wrestling Album

Written By: Tony20fan4ever on 11/17/05 at 7:55 pm

I got a laugh out of Nikolai Volkoff doing Cara Mia...and ending one side of the album with the Soviet National Anthem...with Jesse Ventura cheering him on!

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