WWE Greatest Stars Of The 21st Century – Wrestling DVD Review

WWE Greatest Stars Of The 21st Century - Wrestling DVD Review
WWE Greatest Stars Of The 21st Century - Wrestling DVD Review

WWE Greatest Stars Of The 21st Century – Wrestling DVD Review

Release Date : July 26th, 2011

Wrestlers featured on DVD :

Chris Jericho

Edge

Triple H

JBL

Kane

Kurt Angle

The Rock

Randy Orton

Brock Lesnar

Decade of the Divas

Jeff Hardy

Big Show

Eddie Guerrero

Shawn Michaels

Booker T

Stone Cold Steve Austin

The Undertaker

Rey Mysterio

Batista

John Cena

Review :

Going into this I had low expectations. Its a short dvd and their idea of the 21st century is 2000-2009. The dvd just came out too so I have no idea why 2010 isn’t on there. Also unless the wrestler was a huge name or a champion they get no mention in this. Their greatest wrestlers are all just the big money makers. Another funny thing is a good amount of these guys also appeared on their “Greatest Wrestlers Of The 90’s” DVD so only some of the people in this were just from the 21st Century. It’s also funny watching this knowing that a good amount of the wrestlers on here either don’t wrestler anymore, have moved to a different promotion, or work behind curtains for WWE (Triple HHH). Overall though it isn’t a bad watch its just a lot of stuff they’ve already shown and really seems to be just a quick money maker.

Overall :

6/10

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Welcome 2 My Nightmare – Alice Cooper CD Review

Welcome 2 My Nightmare - Alice Cooper CD Review
Welcome 2 My Nightmare - Alice Cooper CD Review

 

Welcome 2 My Nightmare – Alice Cooper CD Review

Released on September 13th, 2011

 

Track Listing :

1. I Am Made Of You
2. Caffeine
3. The Nightmare Returns
4. A Runaway Train
5. Last Man On Earth
6. The Congregation
7. I’ll Bite Your Face Off
8. Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever
9. Ghouls Gone Wild
10. Something To Remember Me By
11. When Hell Comes Home
12. What Baby Wants
13. I Gotta Get Outta Here
14. The Underture

 

Review. In 1975 “Welcome To My Nightmare” came out. Now over thirty years later the sequel hits. And I’m loving it!!! First listen didn’t do much for me but the more I listen the more I love it. The opening track “I Am Made Of You” is a slow creepy song that opens the cd perfectly and is just a amazing song. Then “Caffeine” sets up the old set Alice Cooper feel. You also have the catchy song “The Congregation” with guest speaker Rob Zombie doing a voice over for it. The hit “I’ll Bite Your Face Off” is good  but personally is one of the weakest tracks on the album. Its not a bad song it just doesn’t do much for me. On the other hand the song “What Baby Wants” featuring Ke$ha is amazing. The two work together perfectly and compliment each others vocally can lyrically. They fit together greatly and made the track one of my favorite stand out tracks.

 

Rating :

9/10

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