WWF Forceable Entry

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WWF Forceable Entry
Compilation album by Various Artists, World Wrestling Federation
Released March 26, 2002
Recorded 2000–2002
Genre Nu metal
Rapcore
Hard rock
Alternative metal
Length 72:32
Label Columbia
Producer Josh Abraham
Jay Baumgardner
Terry Date
Edsel Dope
Jim Johnston
Various Artists, World Wrestling Federation chronology
WWF The Music, Vol. 5
(2001)
WWF Forceable Entry
(2002)
WWE Anthology
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

WWF Forceable Entry is a compilation album released by the World Wrestling Federation in 2002. This was the last album sold under the WWF name (the company changed its name to World Wrestling Entertainment about a month later). It features mostly rock bands performing versions of each wrestlers entrance music. The album had a sequel released in May 2006. It was the first album the WWF/WWE released under a deal with Columbia Records. The CD was re-released in February/March 2009, only at K-Mart, with the new WWE logo on its cover art for the commemoration of the WrestleMania 25th Anniversary. The album reached a peak of #3 on the Billboard 200.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Track Song Subject Artist Length
1 "The Game" Triple H Drowning Pool 3:29
2 "Legs" Stacy Keibler Kid Rock 4:55
3 "Young Grow Old" Backlash (2002) Official Theme Creed 4:45
4 "Glass Shatters" Stone Cold Steve Austin Disturbed 4:00
5 "Rollin' (Dead Man Mix)" The Undertaker Limp Bizkit 3:42
6 "Whatever" Chris Benoit Our Lady Peace 3:55
7 "Never Gonna Stop (The Black Cat Crossing Mix)" Edge Rob Zombie 3:45
8 "One of A Kind" Rob Van Dam Breaking Point 3:30
9 "The Beautiful People (The WWF Remix)" WWF SmackDown! Marilyn Manson 4:18
10 "Across The Nation" WWF RAW The Union Underground 3:02
11 "Break The Walls Down" Chris Jericho Sevendust 3:17
12 "Turn The Tables" Dudley Boyz Saliva 4:23
13 "Live for The Moment" Matt Hardy Monster Magnet 5:01
14 "End of Everything" Raven Stereomud 3:29
15 "Ride of Your Life" King of the Ring (2002) Official Theme Neurotica 3:40
16 "Just Another Victim" Tazz Cypress Hill 4:16
17 "No Chance" Vince McMahon Dope 4:03
18 "Lovefurypassionenergy" Lita Boy Hits Car 4:46

Notes[edit]

  • End of Everything was used as Raven's theme briefly.
  • Live For the Moment, Lovefurypassionenergy and Whatever were all used until their respective wrestlers' releases (or deaths, in the case of Chris Benoit)
  • One of a Kind is the only song still used by current WWE Star Rob Van Dam.
  • Never Gonna Stop was used by Edge from 2001 until 2004, when he began using "Metalingus" by Alter Bridge.
  • Across the Nation was used as Raw's theme from the Monday night of the album's release until 2006, when they began using Papa Roach's "To Be Loved."
  • Beautiful People was used briefly in 1996 as Raw's theme song, and was reused 5 years later as Smackdown's theme until 2003.
  • Just Another Victim was also briefly used as Tazz's theme.
  • Similar to Ice T's cover of "Pimpin' ain't Easy" 2 years ago in the Aggression album and how it was performed live at Wrestlemania 2000, The Game covered by Drowning Pool was performed live at Wrestlemania X-8.
  • Rollin' was used as Undertaker's theme from late 2000 until 2002, and was performed live at Wrestlemania XIX.
  • Glass Shatters was used as Stone Cold's theme before the release of the album.

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