Signature Sounds: The Music of WWE is coming in March (pre-order) and unlike the typical WWE DVD this one is a special single-disc title with a low price.
As of now it looks like the feature will have an approximate runtime of 2 hours.
In addition to a release in North America, the DVD is also planned for the Australian market too. There is currently no word yet if the UK and Europe will get it, though in the past we’ve seen several single-disc ‘budget’ WWE DVDs not get a release in the region.
The TLC 2013 DVD was released this week. Below are photos passed along by Dan Mader, and you can get hold of your copy too from $13.55 here on Amazon.com.
– TLC Kickoff Show Match
Dolph Ziggler vs. Fandango
– The Shield Reflect on TLC
– WWE Superstars React to the Champions of Champions TLC Match
– John Cena Discusses His TLC Match
– Renee Young Interviews Randy Orton
Get your copy of the TLC 2013 DVD…
US Release: January 14th. Get yours now.
AU Release: February 5th. Click to pre-order.
UK Release: March 31st. Click to pre-order
(Blu-ray edition also available to UK/European market).
Yesterday both Joey Styles and Bill Apter confirmed via their Twitter accounts that they have been interviewed by WWE for the new Paul Heyman documentary.
The new Paul Heyman DVD/Blu-ray set is expected to be released in August and we should have a solid release date and synopsis for it very soon.
OH MY GOD! I wonder how much of my interview @WWE Home Video will have the guts to use on @HeymanHustle's DVD http://t.co/xjHNPgf3LF #shoot
— Joey Styles (@JoeyStyles) January 14, 2014
We’ve heard from one US retailer this week that they’ve now been told the WWE RAW 20th Anniversary DVD box set has been “discontinued by the manufacturer”.
Despite that fact, and some copies of the DVD selling for excessive prices lately, currently you can get it as low as $64 again here on eBay.com. There are also good prices available now at Buy.com and Amazon.ca. Thanks to Cory Walker and other readers sending word.
WWE: RAW 20TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION – 20 GREATEST EPISODES ($64.06)
WWE: RAW 20TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION – 20 GREATEST EPISODES ($67.02)
WWE: RAW 20TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION – 20 GREATEST EPISODES ($67.07)
@DanielBee, I mean the artwork of WWE Survivor Series dvd inside the dvd case, the same photos from the artwork of WWE TLC 2013 dvd itself inside the dvd case
Where is the photo artwork of WWE Survivor Series 2013 dvd??
Front and back:
Music is an integral part of WWE and has been for generations. Signature sounds like a gong, glass shattering, “You Think You Know Me”, etc allows the people to know who’s coming out. At a cheap price, what’s so wrong about that?
As Jeff brought up, they released a Ramped Up DVD. He is wrong to to say releasing a DVD on WWE’s music is pointless because of Ramped Up .Ramped Up was a compilation of titantrons while Signature Sounds is about the music, not about titantrons. Two different things, Jeff.
WWE has seemingly done away with physical CD’s and have been releasing music through iTunes lately. As some have said I too hope this DVD will coincide with more music being released. But it all comes down to sales. People need to buy the DVD and buy music through iTunes for WWE to keep providing more.
About RAW 20th, with the Network coming, does a 20 episode RAW box set really need to be restocked when you’ll be able to see more than 20 episodes anytime, anywhere you want?
This is what doesn’t make sense… be able to watch every raw by a click. Where is the fun of collecting now? because we, dvd collectors were looking every day on this site to see what’s coming but now what?
I’m from Canada, I won’t be able to subscribe to WWE network from day 1 and I would not even do it for the fact that I prefer to be hyped by reading what the match list is going to be on the new dvd coming up.
A few things:
I’m fine with WWE being done with producing CDs. It costs less for them, they CDs really only sold big the first week (and fell off a cliff afterwards), and in my opinion, the quality of their music over the past few years has really hit the skids, so if they have a song that really hits me, I can just spend $1 or so and pick it up without having to pay extra cash for stuff I don’t want. So on that end, I’m ok with that.
I’ll be signing up for the Network, but I’ll still be picking up the DVDs. I like being able to have a physical copy, so that if I’m traveling, or choose not to subscribe to the Network anymore, I still have access to the material whenever I want. I’m sure I’ll watch a DVD doc on the Network when it’s released, but I still go back and watch the Bret, Shawn, Austin, World Class, and ECW DVDs regularly.
Having access to the material via the Network is great in the here-and-now. Having access with the DVDs will last far beyond. Speaking for myself, at least.
Zzzzzzz…..zzzzzzzzz…..guys, I had a bad dream! That wwe was releasing a DVD on entrance music! Wait…what? They really are doing this? Well, guess I’ll see ya’ in the morning….Zzzzzzzz…..zzzzzzz…..
http://www.amazon.com/WWE-The-Videos-Vol-Ramped/dp/B000067J4O << yea remember that dvd lol o.O so pointless there making this new one
Amen to that!
I can’t wait for this new DVD! I hope they also release a new album on iTunes with unreleased themes on it! What about a Music Anthology #2?
Me too am a fan of this release. I’m a believer that the music is a big part of the WWE. Hopefully the DVD well have mostly never before release tracks. I am okay with Austin, Warrior and even DX. And maybe they can release past themes on itunes!
Hope they do it right and include everything.
wow I bet the music dvd will be one for the ages they should just go ahead and release it in the 5 dollar bin at Walmart,couldnt they have come up with a better concept for a dvd instead of wasting time on something so stupid
Music has been a large part of WWE since its inception. What’s wrong with a DVD about that? At least it’s not a lengthy 3-box set. It will be a cheap release. I enjoy listening to the entrance music, so this release is very interesting to me.
“Music has been a large part of WWE since its inception.”
You’re aware WWE existed before the 80s, right?
I’m talking about since the inception of music in WWE.
Totally correct. Music has been a part of WWE since WWE started using music. That’s absolutely right.
I needed a good laugh tonight.