WWF Full Metal: The Album

WWF Full Metal: The Album
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Compilation album by
Released1995 (1995)
World Wrestling Federation chronology
WrestleMania: The Album
WWF Full Metal: The Album
WWF The Music, Volume 2
Alternative cover
1996 reissue
1996 reissue

WWF Full Metal: The Album is the first compilation album released by WWE (then known as the World Wrestling Federation, or WWF) in 1995 by Edel Music. It features a selection of theme tunes of wrestlers on the roster at the time, and is considered to be Volume 1 of the WWE: The Music series. The album was reissued outside the United States as WWF Champions: The Album – Full Metal Edition in 1996.

Critical reception[]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic3/5 stars

Steve Huey awarded WWF Full Metal: The Album three stars out of five, calling it "the perfect supplement for hardcore fans."[1]

Track listing[]

All songs were composed and performed by Jim Johnston (except as indicated via italics).

  1. "We're All Together Now" (performed by the WWF Superstars & Slam Jam)
  2. "Thorn In Your Eye" (performed by the WWF Superstars & Slam Jam)
  3. "Diesel Blues" (Diesel)
  4. "The Lyin' King" (King Mabel)
  5. "1-2-3" (1-2-3 Kid)
  6. "Goldust" (Goldust)
  7. "Smokin' " (The Smoking Gunns)
  8. "Psycho Dance" (Psycho Sid)
  9. "The Bad Guy" (Razor Ramon)
  10. "Hart Attack" (Bret Hart) (Jimmy Hart/John J. Maguire/Jim Johnston)
  11. "Angel" (Hakushi)
  12. "Graveyard Symphony" (The Undertaker)
  13. "Sexy Boy" (Shawn Michaels) (Jimmy Hart/John J. Maguire)
  14. "With My Baby Tonight" (Jeff Jarrett)
iTunes bonus tracks
15."All About the Power (David Otunga)" (feat. S-Preme)2:51
16."Broken Dreams (Drew McIntyre)" (feat. Nathan Hunt of Shaman's Harvest)3:51

"With My Baby Tonight" was actually performed by Brian James, who wrestled in the WWF at the time as "The Roadie" (and later as "The Road Dogg" Jesse James). Jeff Jarrett lip-synched the song for his performance at In Your House 2: The Lumberjacks. "All About the Power" and "Broken Dreams" can be found on the iTunes release.

Slam Jam members[]

See also[]


  1. ^ Huey, Steve. "WWF Full Metal - Various Artists". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved May 5, 2017.