Someone Bought This: Hacksaw Jim Duggan “U.S.A” picture disc vinyl and CD singles!

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Wrestlemania Album Hacksaw Jim Duggan USA U.S.A Picture Disc

Look what I found!

It’s a 12″ U.K Hacksaw Jim Duggan U.S.A Picture Disc!

It features 3 versions of “U.S.A”:

Extended Club Mix
Techno Mix
Album Version

Yes, I get the irony of this being a U.K exclusive (somebody call Alanis Morissette!)

I’m getting a fantastic image of Hacksaw up in the DJ booth at a nightclub spinning these three versions of the song over and over again all night long.


If I had this, I’d buy one of those record frames and hang this sucker proudly on my wall. USA! USA! USA!

Crapper Kyle Richards sent in the CD version of the single:

Hacksaw Jim Duggan USA CD single 1 Hacksaw Jim Duggan USA CD single 2

And he writes:

And, yes, I did (sadly!) buy this! 🙂

I just like that ol’ Hacksaw gets the A-Side while Tatanka (BUFFALO!) is relegated to the lowly B-Side (kids, ask your parents or grandparents what a B-Side is…).

If you’ve never heard the song before, here it is!

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14 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Hacksaw Jim Duggan “U.S.A” picture disc vinyl and CD singles!"
  1. Chris says:

    True story: Somewhere in my loft I have a CD of the ‘Wrestlemania’ single (or as it’s now better known – Linda McMahon’s theme) signed by Duggan. Hooooooooo! Tough guy!

  2. Jimbolian says:

    Imagine if this came out when autotune was around; certified platinum for sure.

  3. Anonymous says:

    “Hacksaw” was and still is one of the most likable gimmicks of all time.

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:


    • The Scanian Maniac says:

      The Swedish commentators had a thorn in poor Hacksaw’s side. Every time he appeared they said things like:

      “And now we will watch Hacksaw who is as exciting as getting two hundred thousand in back taxes.” 🙂

  4. patricko says:

    Wonder how many units they moved of this? Obviously at least one. probably not more than five.

    I know he was quite popular in his hey day, and is probably a really nice guy. But as a snarky college kid during that period, I couldn’t get past the fact that his matches were boring as h*ll; he had very little in the way of in-ring ability; his finisher sucked, and his promo skills were… not good.

    I also would scratch my head when he’d get the USA chant going, whilst facing american jobbers, and they would become upset. Defied logic…

    I was surprised, after the dawn of the internet, to find out he had been wrestling for quite awhile before coming to the WWE, and had been involved in main event fueds with respected wrestlers.

  5. John Matrix says:

    “If you’ve never heard the song before, here it is!”

    It’s about three minutes too long.

  6. Doodvid says:

    Pete Waterman (the guy behind hits from Kylie Minogue, Bananarama and Rick Astley amongst many others) produced the WWF Superstars album back in 92. At the same time he used to host a late night TV show from nightclubs around the country where basically he’d play tracks from his own artists and they’d film people dancing to them…


    • Kyle says:

      Good god that’s shocking. I do like the old bloke at 58 seconds in. Sadly, he’s no Vince. Hey, has anyone done a mash up of Wrestlemania with Stand Back?

    • Jinx says:

      And you can’t forget that Simon Cowell was also the executive producer of the album.

  7. Down With OPC says:

    This song along with Peanut Butter Jelly Times once inspired me to make a CD (which turned into 26 CD’s) over the loudspeaker at my old job. That would be Major Magic’s, essentially an old Chuck E. Cheese knockoff.

  8. Derek says:

    I’ve just found my copy, for which I’m selling now, im open to offers for this copy, it has never been played and still in its plastic sleeve as well.

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