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WWE Wreckless Intent RDA (2006)

World Wrestling Entertainment issue this compilation of theme tunes for some of their 'superstars'. If that's enough to make you suspicious and wary, you're spot on.

'I Walk Alone' by Saliva mixes grunge with a nu-metal sound, a track that makes a lot of noise but does very little else.

Mercy Drive's 'Burn In My Light' is a little better - a half decent riff for a start.

'Hard Hittin'' by Homebwoi mixes urban and rap and had me for the skip button in record time.

Brand New Sin are bluesier metal and probably the best track here, the only one that's actually enjoyable.

'Holla' by Desiree Jackson is vomit inducing dance/urban that makes Janet Jackson seem enjoyable.

Eleventh Hour - 'A Girl Like That' - OK. Uptempo indie rock with a tune but nothing special.

You get the idea - half baked shite used by overblown steroid pumped body building make-up clad actors. Urban that tries to sound harder than that it ever will be and some quite poor metal, with a couple of exceptions.

To finish with there's the only one great song of the set 'King Of Kings' by Motorhead. Real rock'n'roll.

None of these tracks belong on the same CD. Half of them don't belong on any CD at all. Blank CDs make equally effective coffee cup coasters.

One Motorhead track you can get elsewhere (and it's not Lemmy's finest moment either) and a couple of other half decent tracks don't justify this compilation.


Review by Joe Geesin

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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