REWIND-A-WAI #71: WCW Slam Jam Vol. 1 (1992)

REWIND-A-WAI #71: WCW Slam Jam Vol. 1 (1992)
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Wai Ting welcomes Kris Ealy and Nate Milton to review World Championship Wrestling’s 1992 theme song compilation, WCW Slam Jam Vol. 1.

They provide a track-by-track analysis of classics such as “Man Called Sting”, “Simply Ravishing” and “Steinerized”, discuss the work of producer Jimmy Papa and his subsequent legal battle with the WWE, whether Michael P.S. Hayes’ 7-minute “Freebird Forever” is more tribute or ripoff, and much more in a very fun and unique review.

Plus, your feedback from the POST Wrestling Forum.

This edition of the Rewind-A-Wai is presented by Espresso Executive Producer, Kris Ealy.

Stream the album here:

WCW Slam Jam Vol. 1
Produced & Arranged by: Jimmy Papa
Grand Theft Records
Released: 1992

    1. Ron Simmons – Don’t Step To Ron
    2. Sting – Man Called Sting
    3. Cactus Jack – Mr. Bang Bang
    4. Jake Roberts – Master of the DDT
    5. Freebirds – Freebird Forever
    6. Rick Rude – Simply Ravishing
    7. Johnny B. Badd – Johnny B. Badd
    8. Dustin Rhodes – The Natural
    9. Ricky Steamboat – The Dragon
    10. Barry Windham – He’s Smokin’
    11. Steiner Brothers – Steinerized

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