In case you did not grow up in the glory days of Starter jackets and Fleer trading cards, Jock Jams was a series of CD compilations, collecting the greatest songs from stadiums and arenas played to pump up the crowd and athletes during games. These were no bargain bin CDs, either. Many of them hit the Billboard list. The second volume hit number 10! Some of them are stone cold classics. We removed the many announcer clips, cheerleader chants, and various other garbage they peppered into them to make the sticker price seem at Sam Goody worthwhile. Pump-up-ability : Does this get you pumped? Stadium Allure : Does this song feel at home over the loudspeakers?
Setting the lineup
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The odd couple
Dick Vitale narrates the history of how iconic sports anthems mashed up into a series became the popular "Jock Jams" albums we know today. It doesn't occupy the same prestigious wall space as the group's other hit records or even the large custom portrait of former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison , but after all this time, Jock Jams remains nearly impossible to ignore -- no matter how hard we all might try. He's not the only one. And so to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the original Jock Jams release, ESPN tracked down the key executives and artists and asked them to retell inspirations behind the greatest -- and strangest -- compilation of sports anthems in music history. After gigs as a model and go-go dancer in her hometown of Chicago, Monica Lynch moved to New York, where she answered a want ad in The Village Voice in to become the first employee of the fledgling Tommy Boy record label. And it was in that luxury box, watching -- and listening to -- the Knicks and Rangers, that the idea for Jock Jams was born. She already had the anthem part figured out. What Lynch and Tommy Boy needed was a business partner that could help with the sports side.
Being married and raising a family can be very difficult if the two of you disagree about important issues like religion. The important thing is that you are getting to know one another, not that you are always doing fancy things. I won't break his heart not after all the faith he has in me.