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Hulk Rules
Hulk Hogan & the Wrestling Boot Band, Hulk Hogan and The Wrestling Boot Band, Hulk Hogan/Wrestling Boot Band
Hulk Rules
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Hulk Hogan sings on this 1995 album featuring Hoan and the Boot Band


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All Artists: Hulk Hogan & the Wrestling Boot Band, Hulk Hogan and The Wrestling Boot Band, Hulk Hogan/Wrestling Boot Band
Title: Hulk Rules
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Select Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/1995
Release Date: 1/1/1995
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 010912165513, 010912165544, 010912165643, 010912165520


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Hulk Hogan sings on this 1995 album featuring Hoan and the Boot Band

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Easily the best thing recorded in the history of sound!
Kenneth Kapelka | San Antonio, TX United States | 04/30/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"From the opening rockin' guitar chords, you know your ears are in for a musical treat. Yes my friends, the Hulkster is in the house and he's doing it right this time. I am going to be the first reviewer to do a songs by song review of this album, hoping to give you an inside perspective on the genius of the Hulkster:1. Hulkster's in the House - the intro is magnificent, you can tell the Hulkster spent some time really reflecting on and writing the lyrics to this track. Take this bit of wisdom for instance, "When the going gets tough, the tough get rough, heeey hoooo c'mon, let's go!" Now I don't like to share this with a lot of people but I was on the brink. I didn't think life had much left for me and then one day I popped this disc in my stereo and it was so uplifting. Hulk, you saved my life. This song was also used in an episode of "Malcom in the Middle."2. American Made - a little jingoistic diddy about how Hulk was "Born and Raised in the USA and a real American." The only thing that I would change would be to let Hulk sing on the track.3. Hulk's Back - the Hulkster does hip-hop and raps. 2Pac, Biggie, NAS, Jay-Z have nothing on the Hulkster. Gotta love the woman who sings with him, now I know where Jay-Z got his idea to have Beyonce on "Bonnie and Clyde '03". Best line is performed by the woman who steals the show as she croons towards Hulk, "Wah nah nah?" I'm sorry the song only clocks in at 2:20.4. Wrestling Boot Traveling Band - a heartfelt ballad sung by Jimmy Hart (can you guys say the next Jimmy Buffett?). I heard that Hart, Hulkster, and Mean Gene Okerlund wrote this one on a roadtrip to one of their many sold out gigs on Wrestling Boot Traveling Bandpalooza '94.5. Bad to the Bone - with the opening motorcycle noises, you know who's bad. Is it Meatloaf, Motley Crue? No my friends, its the Hulkster! Wait, this has been 2 songs without the Hulkster singing, where'd he go?6. I Wanna Be A Hulkamaniac - oh yeah, Hulk does techno! Best line of the song, "Always go swimming with a buddy, work real hard and always study."7. Beach Patrol - another rap classic. He was, "Walking down the beach looking for some action." It digresses from there including a, "Whoop there it is" line. I'm not kidding.8. Hulk's the One - words cannot describe how good this song is.9. Hulkster in Heaven - this song is supposed to be about someone dying, and I think the Hulkster did a great job memorializing one of his young friends. It doesn't matter that most of this song is used to make the Hulkster look like a great guy, we know his heart was in the right place and that the Hulkster could never be about his ego.10. Hulk Rules - oh yeah he does!In closing, this album is a masterpiece unparalleled by any other. If you can find this anywhere, pay however much it takes to get your hands on this item. The genres of music Hulk mixes without much effort are amazing. Hogan is the man! I also hear rumors that the Wreslting Boot Band is planning a reunion tour sometime in later 2003/early 2004 so look out cause they could be coming to a town near you. I'll see you at the show!"
The greatest CD Ever!
Crazy Reviewer | 05/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I don't think there are enough words in the English language to describe how awesome this entire cd is. This is a musical masterpiece that makes Led Zeppelin and The Beatles look like Vanilla Ice by comparasion. I've heard from friends in Iraq that this album, with such patriotic dittys as "American Made" and "Hulk Rules" really got them through the war and reminded them about how great America is. I've even heard that the special ops team that rescued PFC Jessica Lynch had "Hulkster's in the House" blaring from the loudspeakers of the helicopter they used when they were saving her from the Hospital of Doom. I can only imagine what those dirty, wart-infested Iraqis must have thought when they heard the awesome rapping power of Hulk Hogan coming at them... they knew that they were fighting for a lost cause. This album was great when it was first released 8 years ago, but in this day in age, with all the terror alerts and worldwide tension, it has taken on a whole new meaning. The song "Hulkster's in Heaven," originally written about a cancer patient who loved our lord and savior Terry Bollea, now makes me think about all the Hulkamaniacs who died on Sept. 11, 2001 when those dirty, stinky Iron Shiek lovers commited their acts of terror. And the song Beach Patrol... well, let's just say I've had several passion filled nights with my significant other while listening to that song. This is the greatest album ever in history and I expect Hulk Hogan and The Wrestling Boot Band to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when the time comes. Just brilliant!"
Hands down the most important album of the 20th Century!
Crazy Reviewer | United States... | 05/22/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Let's face it. Hulk Hogan has created this generation's Dark Side of the Moon! This amazing album takes you on a roller coaster ride both musically and emotionally. But, just like most great albums, it leaves you wanting more. Here we are ten years later and we still haven't recevied the Hulkster's sophomore effort. He needs to give up wrestling and all that reality show junk and focus on what he is really great at: playing the bass and delivering razor-sharp rap verses. Long live the Hulk!"