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Raw Greatest Hits: The Music is a compilation album released by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) on December 18, 2007.[1] As the album's cover may suggest, it features theme-music of Raw roster-members of the time - as well as those of the past.

The album, the first WWE album-release to feature the themes "Turn Up the Trouble" for Mr. Kennedy and "Paparazzi" for Melina/MNM, also marks the first time a bonus track from a previous WWE album, Kane's theme "Slow Chemical" by Finger Eleven (previously a bonus track on Canadian and FYE store releases of 2002's WWF Forceable Entry), appears as one of the main tracks. It also features main tracks from a previous album: Randy Orton's theme "Burn in My Light" by Mercy Drive, and Shane McMahon's WWE-produced theme "Here Comes the Money", as exclusive (in this case, to releases sold at Wal-Mart) bonus tracks.

Track listing

Track Song Subject
1 "The Time Is Now" John Cena
2 "I Won't Do What You Tell Me" Steve Austin
3 "If You Smell" The Rock
4 "The Game" Triple H
5 "Sexy Boy" Shawn Michaels
6 "Rest in Peace" The Undertaker
7 "No Chance In Hell" Mr. McMahon
8 "I Walk Alone"* Batista
9 "Line In The Sand" Evolution
10 "Break the Walls Down" Chris Jericho
11 "Wreck" Mick Foley
12 "Time to Rock & Roll" Trish Stratus
13 "619" Rey Mysterio
14 [Slow Chemical" Kane
15 "Are You Ready?" D-Generation X
16 "Paparazzi" Melina
17 "Turn Up the Trouble" Mr. Kennedy
18 "Here Comes the Money" Shane McMahon
19 "Burn in My Light" Randy Orton
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The Wrestling AlbumPiledriver – The Wrestling Album 2WrestleMania: The AlbumWWF Full MetalWWF The Music, Vol. 2We Gotta WrestleWWF The Music, Vol. 3WWF The Music, Vol. 4WWF AggressionWWF The Music, Vol. 5WWF Forceable EntryWWE AnthologyWWE OriginalsThemeAddict: WWE The Music, Vol. 6WWE Wreckless IntentWWE The Music, Vol. 7Raw Greatest Hits: The MusicWWE The Music, Vol. 8Voices: WWE The Music, Vol. 9WWE The Music: A New Day, Vol. 10WWE The Music: The Beginning
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