WWF The Music, Vol. 3

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WWF The Music, Volume 3
Compilation album by World Wrestling Federation
Released 1998
Recorded 1997-1998
Genre Rock, Hard Rock, Rap Rock
Label Koch Records
World Wrestling Federation chronology
WWF We Gotta Wrestle
(1997)
WWF The Music, Vol. 3
(1998)
WWF The Music, Vol. 4
(1999)

WWF The Music, Vol. 3 is a compilation album released by the World Wrestling Federation in 1998. It features mostly recent theme tunes of wrestlers on the roster at the time. All of the songs were produced by Jim Johnston; although, a few themes were performed by other bands. This is also the first WWF album bearing the scratch logo. As opposed to most WWF/E albums, Vol. 3 did not have titles for its tracks, but simply labeled them by wrestler(s). The album is the most successful of all of WWE's music releases and as of 2002 sold over 1.21 million copies.[1] The album reached a peak of #10 on the Billboard 200.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed and performed by Jim Johnston, unless noted. Unlike other albums, the tracks were not given titles and are named only by the wrestler(s) who used them.[3]
  1. The Undertaker – 3:35
  2. Edge – 3:16
  3. X-Pac – 3:11
  4. Dude Love – 3:07
  5. Kane – 3:12
  6. The Rock – 3:14
  7. Gangrel / The Brood – 3:41
  8. Ken Shamrock – 3:00
  9. Oddities (composed and performed by Insane Clown Posse) – 3:40
  10. D-Generation X (performed by "The DX Band") – 2:50
  11. Sable – 3:55
  12. New Age Outlaws – 3:01
  13. Val Venis – 3:37
  14. Stone Cold Steve Austin – 3:38

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Got Charts? Wrestling With WWF LPs". MTV.com. 2002-04-05. Retrieved 2009-05-30. WWF: The Music, Vol. 3 spent 30 weeks on the Billboard 200 and remains the best-seller in the WWF series at 1.21 million copies. 
  2. ^ "Discography - WWF The Music, Vol. 3". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2009-07-16. [dead link]
  3. ^ World Wrestling Federation: The Music, Volume 3 at Amazon