Signature Sounds: The Music of WWE will be released on DVD in just over 3 weeks and is available to pre-order with Amazon for only $6.00 at this link.
Today the full content is unveiled! The listing, shown below, reveals a countdown of the top 25 WWE music tracks. If you don’t wish to know the themes chosen or the order of ranking in advance of watching of the DVD then please look no further.
#25 – Batista – I Walk Alone
#24 – Fandango – ChaChaLaLa
#23 – Sunny – I Know You Want Me
#22 – Primetime Players – Making Moves
#21 – Goldust – GoldLust
#20 – Brodus Clay – Somebody Call My Momma
#19 – Ultimate Warrior – Unstable
#18 – Mankind – Ode to Freud
#17 – Brood – Blood
#16 – Randy Orton – Voices
#15 – Dusty Rhodes – Common Man Boogie
#14 – Shane McMahon – Here Comes the Money
#13 – RVD – One of a Kind
#12 – Mr. Perfect – Perfection
#11 – Mr. McMahon – No Chance in Hell
#10 – Trish Stratus – Time to Rock and Roll
#9 – Rey Mysterio – 619 Booyaka
#8 – Stone Cold Steve Austin – I Wont Do What You Tell Me
#7 – The Rock – Electrifying
#6 – Shawn Michaels – Sexy Boy
#5 – Undertaker – Rest in Peace
#4 – Triple H – The Game
#3 – John Cena – The Time is Now
#2 – Chris Jericho – Break Down the Walls
#1 – D-Generation X – Are You Ready?
Shawn Michaels – Tell Me A Lie
Val Venis – Hello Ladies
Hakushi – Angel
Billy Gunn – Ass Man
Maria – Legs Like That
William Regal – He’s a Man
The Making of GoldLust
The Music of WWE Studios
Click here to pre-order “The Music of WWE” for March 18th. Only $6.00!
The DVD will be released to Australia via WWEDVD.com.au on April 2nd. It’s expected to be released to fans in the UK and Europe soon after, through WWEDVD.co.uk.
WDN reader Ron Freilich sends word of his eBay auctions ending this coming week for several WWE Blu-ray titles, including the UK exclusive SummerSlam 2011 Blu-ray which was tested and confirmed region free playable worldwide.
Collection of 9 WWE Blu-rays (US, Region A)
WWE Summerslam 2009 Blu-ray (UK Exclusive, Region B)
WWE Summerslam 2010 Blu-ray (UK, Region B)
WWE Summerslam 2011 Blu-ray (UK Exclusive, Region Free)
For those interested in importing Blu-ray titles to play on US players, the following 4 UK exclusive WWE Blu-ray titles were also tested and confirmed region free:
Night of Champions 2011
Hell in a Cell 2011
Survivor Series 2011
Unlike ramped up this seems like a buy this has 25 themes and the guys talkin about them I’m in
WWE can keep on releasing one disc music but nothing will ever top the WWF Anthology
Yeah that was good I remember having that one. it was a 3 cd set.
Just not a collector of wwe music but if I were I totally agree with the guy below me. The cover. Wtf.
The cover of Signature Sounds just screams gay. It’s probably the gayest cover in the history of the WWE home video library. Anyways, i’ll wait till I hear reviews about it because it doesnt look that good.
is this the first time Mr Perfect’s theme has been released?
Ehhh… it’s $6… plus gotta have it for my collection… but, I may wait until someone sells it for $3 somewhere else… lol.
Well, let me tell you something, Brother! No “Real American”, no buy here, brother! Whatcha’ gonna do when I go buy something else!
Real American and Demolition were both written and performed by Rick Derringer. Cyndi Lauper is also an uncredited background singer on Real American. Easily two of the greatest themes of all time. Real American is probably the most recognizable theme of that entire generation. Even Pres. Obama used it a few times.
So no iconic themes like Million Dollar Man, Jake Roberts, Slick, Kurt Angle, Pyscho Sid etc. but we get the Prime Time Players? Who in 5-10 years time will even remember there’s? I was tempted by this DVD but no chance now (and Hakushi’s should be on the list).
This is the kind of DVD that they usually give away as a bonus disc.
Oh yeah, Prime Time Players and Brodus Clay, but no Demolition, Legion of Doom or Hulk Hogan? Is that a joke or what? Easy pass for me, because this countdown is just as ridiculous as all the other countdown from WWE!
It may be because those themes were not written by Jim Johnson? I know Hogan’s “Real American” theme was not. Not sure about Demolition or LOD. I know LOD used “Iron Man” until they got to WWE.
Fairly sure that Demolition’s theme wasn’t done by Jim either, that’s why it’s usually dubbed over on DVD releases,
“Sexy Boy” is by Jimmy Hart, as seen on that new Keep on Rockin’ DVD and mentioned by Jim Johnston on Austin’s podcast recently.
Real American I would expect on this list because it was on the Anthology. I don’t know the legals holding back themes, but Demolition was left on the Anthology CD, so no shock to see it missing here. If Jimmy wrote it for WWE, it would still be WWE’s right to use it, but I think this started as a Jim Johnston DVD.
I’m sorry but the brood should have been in the top 5 their song was just awesome
I still don’t understand what this DVD is. Is it a documentary with people talking about the making of these videos, or is it more like ‘Ramped Up Vol. 2’? When the title was initially announced, I thought the idea was for a long doc talking with Jim Johnston, but it seems to be drifting further and further away from that.
I think it’s still a little doc type piece with those 25 tracks as its content (a countdown). In there will probably be comments from several people including Johnston. Like RabidHeat says, it’s probably just the extras that are full tracks/videos.
I don’t think it’s gonna be entrance videos as some of them wouldn’t have videos and they won’t make new ones, I don’t think. I think it’s gonna be a Countdown with the likes of Santino, The Miz and Brooklyn Brawler just saying a couple of things about each song with it playing in the background and the odd clip, lol. I think the extras will be in full only.
Actually, the only songs that doesn’t already have a video is for the Ultimate Warrior, and they’ll make one for sure for him to come out to at the Hall of Fame this year, and Hakushi. So if they only have to really make 1 just for this DVD, I’m sure they’d do it. I can see it just being entrance themes because of the title. If the title was something like, “Signature Sounds: Behind The Music of WWE” or something like that, that totally sounds like a documentary. To me, this sounds like “ThemeAddict: WWE The Music, Vol. 6” or “Voices: WWE The Music, Vol. 9”. I’m sure there will be some talking, but I think it will be a playlist of entrance videos, which I think would be cool. And for the price, it’s not bad at all. It’s not like they’re making a 3-DVD set out of this, so I think it’s cool.
I read the four UK exclusive Blu-rays were changed to region B in later copies. Not sure how you can tell but i read someone imported these about 6 months after release and they didn’t work on their region A PS3.
Yeah. I still buy the UK Blu-rays and they don’t play in a U.S. Blu-ray player anymore.
Yeah, UK WWE Blu-rays are region-locked but those specific five listed in the article were region free from Silver Vision when they were released and played perfectly on North American Blu-ray players.
I imported them as they came out and glad i did because they are going for quite a bit since they have been OOP for over a year.
But they play on my PC, so that’s why I keep buying them.
I’m very interested in this title because this is something I can just leave playing in the background when I’m doing other things. I’m hoping it’s entrance videos.