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Jock Jams 5
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock
Needless to say, the athletic imperative subsumes all else on the fifth volume of Tommy Boy Music's platinum-plus series. High-energy techno-disco-hip-hop is the rule, whether they're Jeep-blasters such as Busta Rhymes's "... more »
Needless to say, the athletic imperative subsumes all else on the fifth volume of Tommy Boy Music's platinum-plus series. High-energy techno-disco-hip-hop is the rule, whether they're Jeep-blasters such as Busta Rhymes's "Turn It Up/Fire It Up" and 69 Boyz's "Woof Woof" or remixes of hit ballads by the Backstreet Boys and Usher. Reliably giddy fun for your halftime dance party. --Rickey Wright
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Jock Jams is getting worse as the new version comes out
REI | Yokohama, Japan | 01/05/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This CD is not as good as Jock Jams 1 or 2. I think the songs in this CD are not popular in general. Having Jock Jams 1 and 2 would be enough. If you are looking for the sports game kinda songs, I recommend the series of "Greatest Sports Rock and Jams"."
The purchase made was very disappointing.
REI | 09/18/1999
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I have purchased all the Jock Jams CDs and really enjoy all of them with the exception of Jock Jams 5. I was extremely disappointed in the choice and tempos of music. I found myself tapping my feet to maybe one or two tracks tops. The previous 4 releases had better music, and I enjoy the mix at the end of the CD volume 3 and 4; Jock Jams 5 does not incorporate that into this CD. I feel that this is not as high of quality product as the other 4 Jock Jam CDs. I will be a little more cautious of purchasing Jock Jams Volume 6 if and when it released."
JloveVW | Illinois | 02/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I never take this CD out of my player! The song Nice and Slow by Usher is probably the best one on the disc! Buy it! It's worth it."