Someone Bought This: WCW Slam Jam cassette tape with awesome theme songs!

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WCW Slam Jam cassette tape album

If you were a kid in 1991 and saw this WCW Slam Jam theme song cassette at Mike Angelo’s Music Emporium in the mall, you know you’d gladly pay the sort-of pricy $15.99 they were asking for this baby so you could run home and play it on your cheap, but well-loved Sony Walkman.

Yes, this is a tape so good that would finally get you to take MC Hammer’s Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ‘Em out of the player for the first time in months!

MC Hammer Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em cassette tape

Sony Walkman cassette tape player

Since you’re dying to know, the songs on it are:

1) Ron Simmons – Don’t Step To Ron 0:00
2) Sting – Man Called Sting 4:13
3) Cactus Jack – Mr. Bang Bang 9:09
4) Jake Roberts – Master of the DDT 13:20
5) Freebirds – Freebird Forever 18:34
6) Rick Rude – Simply Ravishing 25:39
7) Johnny B. Badd – Johnny B. Badd 31:02
8) Dustin Rhodes – The Natural 34:35
9) Ricky Steamboat – The Dragon 38:18
10) Barry Windham – He’s Smokin’ 42:28
11) Steiner Brothers – Steinerized 46:13

I’m not joking when I say that I seriously love pretty much every song on this album! They’re catchy which is more than I can say for a lot of current WWE themes!

The only way this could be cooler is if it was released on vinyl.

The picture of the cassette comes courtesy of the always awesome WCW Worldwide Blog.

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2 Responses to "Someone Bought This: WCW Slam Jam cassette tape with awesome theme songs!"
  1. Paul R. from Spook Central: The Ghostbusters Companion says:

    I have the Slam Jam album on CD. I agree that the songs are catchy and I definitely enjoy listening to it more than any of the current theme songs. I’m sure my CD is quite valuable. I think it’s pretty rare, especially in CD form. It’s one of many rare wrestling CDs that I own. Another one from just a few years later is WCW Christmas Brawl, which has 10 theme songs on it from 1996. It includes the classic American Males theme song. – Paul

  2. Doc 902714 says:

    MIND BLOWN!! The Steiner’s theme song at the end would not actually be used for the Steiner Brothers team until they returned to WCW in about 95 or 96. This album came out in 92 when the Steiners were using some generic theme song. I remember that Rick was out with an injury and Scott even briefly became TV champion, and thus vacated title before both decided to sign with WWE in late 92 or 93. Guess WCW thought they’d resign with them. Their WWF theme song would also be recycled and used for Alex Pug Porteau in 96.

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