WWE The Music, Vol. 8

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WWE The Music, Vol. 8
Compilation album by Various Artists, WWE
Released March 24, 2008
Genre Rock, Hip-hop, Reggae
Length 49:10 / 58:35
Label Columbia, WWE Music Group
Producer Jim Johnston
Various Artists, WWE chronology
Raw Greatest Hits: The Music (2007) WWE The Music, Vol. 8 (2008) Voices: WWE The Music, Vol. 9 (2009)

WWE The Music Volume 8 is a compilation album released by WWE on March 25, 2008.[1][2] Unlike Volume 7, which was released exclusively on iTunes, Volume 8 was sold as a CD (much like other WWE music albums) in addition to being offered on iTunes.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks were written by Jim Johnston.[3]

Track Song Performer Subject Length
1 "No More Words" EndeverafteR Jeff Hardy 4:23
2 "S.O.S." Collie Buddz Kofi Kingston 3:31
3 "Glamazon" Beth Phoenix 2:49
4 "The Wall" Heet Mob Mark Henry 3:09
5 "In the Middle of It Now" Disciple Curt Hawkins 4:10
6 "Sliced Bread" Jillian Hall Jillian Hall 3:10
7 "No Chance in Hell" Theory of a Deadman Vince McMahon 2:55
8 "Don't Question My Heart" Saliva, featuring Brent Smith ECW 3:39
9 "Biscuits & Gravy" Jesse and Festus 3:34
10 "What Love Is" Scooter & Lavelle Candice Michelle 3:37
11 "Ain't No Make Believe" Stonefree Experience John Morrison 4:19
12 "Ain't No Stoppin' Me (Remix)" Axel Shelton Benjamin 3:07
13 "Turn Up the Trouble" Airbourne Mr. Kennedy 3:13
14 "Break the Walls Down" Golden State Chris Jericho 3:33

Three bonus tracks sold exclusively through Wal-Mart include:[4]

Track Song Performer Subject Length
15 "Let's Light A Fire Tonight" Aiden Ashley Massaro 3:04
16 "Hes Ma Da" Hornswoggle 2:33
17 "La Vittoria è Mia" ("Victory Is Mine") Santino Marella 3:48

The Wall was not used as a theme song by Mark Henry as he continued to use his current theme song. No Chance In Hell was not officially used by Mr McMahon but was just an edited version of his current theme song. Mr Kennedy's theme was an edit of his then current theme and was not used by him until 2009. Chris Jericho's theme song was also just a simple edit of his current theme and was not actually used by him.

Release history[edit]

Country Date
United Kingdom March 24, 2008
United States March 25, 2008

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