DOPE, Others To Contribute To Upcoming WWF CD

DOPE will record a cover version of BILLY IDOL's “Rebel Yell” in its mobile recording studio for an upcoming, as-yet-undecided soundtrack. In other news, the band will contribute a new track, "No Chance in Hell", to the next WWF album, entitled WWF Forced Entry, which is due to come out on March 26th through Columbia Records. Other artists appearing on the CD include CREED ("Young Grow Old", previously available only as a bonus track on the Australian and Japanese pressings of Human Clay), LIMP BIZKIT (new remix of “Rollin' “),KID ROCK (cover of ZZ TOP's "Legs"), DISTURBED (reworking of wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin's theme song), ROB ZOMBIE (theme song for wrestler Edge), SEVENDUST (theme song for wrestler Chris Jericho), DROWNING POOL (theme song for wrestler Triple H), STEREOMUD (theme song for wrestler Raven), MONSTER MAGNET (theme song for wrestlers Hardy Boyz), and MARILYN MANSON (previously unreleased remix of "The Beautiful People").

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