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5.0 out of 5 stars Fighting for freederm......, 22 Dec. 2008
This review is from: The Warriors (Audio CD)
This album has a special place in me as it contains the song 'Baseball Furies Chase'. Not only was it used in the trailer for probably Arnies finest cinematic film, Raw Deal, but I used it for my ring entrance theme tune.

The tune is an awesome build up to a cheese funk electric sound that gets you in the mood to deal some hurt. It is worth it for this tune alone, but wait! It also contains 'You're Movin' Too Slow by Johnny Vastano', another classic 70's/80's tune. The rest of the tunes are take it or leave it, with some so-bad-its-good tracks taking you straight to the time they were made, I imagine.

The CD, like the film it fills, is a little bit hit and miss, but for the price you get one distinctly great tune with free extra cheesey bits. Try it and imagine me as I warm up for giving punishment in the ring. ROAR!
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Initial post: 9 Jan 2009 13:32:04 GMT
So where is this special place in which this CD resides? I'm trying hard not to imagine.

When you say you used it for your "ring entrance theme tune" is that a further clue to the location of your special place?

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Jan 2009 19:10:43 GMT
"When you say you used it for your "ring entrance theme tune" is that a further clue to the location of your special place? "

lol. Best comment ever.

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Jan 2009 20:17:23 GMT
That must mean you find it hard not to imagine where that special place could be. It could be where the sun don't shine but still leaves tan, it could be in the seedy player. It is actually somewhere special indeed. It actually resides in my ceremonial attache case, with my leotard that was de rigeur outfit for my ring shennanigans. So smutty with the ring thing.

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Jan 2009 20:18:56 GMT
lol is not the best comment ever. It has become ubiquity ex mortis.

Posted on 21 Mar 2009 03:41:08 GMT
A. Burton says:
Ramsey Tupper came along
Thinking himself so smart
Damning the choices of others
Hoping they'd take it to heart.

He'd pick on their movies
And laugh at their CDs
Spreading his comments
Like some virtual disease

He thinks he's so funny
And so do his mates
Loving the maelstrom
His mocking creates.

But the truth of it is
He likes only to mock
To make up for the fact
He has a very small intellect
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