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WWE - The Videos - Volume 1: Ramped Up is a video release put out by the WWE on June 1, 2004.
Besides possessing a good finishing move and the ability to work the microphone, making a big arena entrance in pro wrestling goes a long way in defining a star's persona. Whether using pyrotechnics or brain-numbing light shows, a wrestler's goal is simply to shoot electricity through a crowd. Equally important is each wrestler's choice of theme music; if chosen correctly, you can say a wrestler's name and a fan will immediately hear the theme song in their heads (ask any wrestling fan Triple H or the Rock's theme song and they'll be able to hum a few bars). So popular have these tunes become that the WWE has put together a compilation of 10 extended videos of their most popular wrestlers' theme songs. The videos aren't much to look at (a montage of wrestling clips), but some of the tunes are infectious in a nu-metal sort of way. You get Triple H, The Rock, Undertaker, Mr. McMahon, Kane, Chris Jericho, Edge, Kurt Angle, The Hurricane, and Billy and Chuck. Put it on shuffle and practice your own entrance.