|WrestleMania: The Album|
|Soundtrack album by|
|Studio||PWL Studios, London, England|
|World Wrestling Federation chronology|
Mike Stock and Pete Waterman (of Britain's famed Stock Aitken Waterman songwriting team) oversaw the project as producers and co-composers for RCA Records, with British A&R executive Simon Cowell serving as the executive producer. The album failed to chart on the US Billboard 200 but reached #10 in the UK. The single "Slam Jam" was certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry in the United Kingdom and reached number four in the UK charts in December 1992.
- World Wrestling Federation Superstars - "WrestleMania" (Mike Stock, Pete Waterman) 1
- World Wrestling Federation Superstars - "Slam Jam" (Mike Stock, Pete Waterman)
- "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan - "USA" (Dave Ford, Mike Stock, Pete Waterman)
- The Nasty Boys - "Nasty Boy Stomp" (Dave Ford, Mike Stock, Pete Waterman) 2
- Bret "Hitman" Hart - "Never Been A Right Time To Say Goodbye" (Mike Stock, Pete Waterman)
- The Undertaker - "The Man In Black" (Gary Miller, Mike Stock, Pete Waterman)
- "Macho Man" Randy Savage - "Speaking From The Heart" (Asha Elfenbein, Tony King, Mike Stock, Pete Waterman)3
- Tatanka - "Tatanka Native American" (Gary Ford, Mike Stock, Pete Waterman)
- Mr. Perfect - "I'm Perfect" (Dave Ford) 3
- Crush - "Cold Crush" (Paul Waterman) [UK version only]
- The Big Boss Man - "Hard Times" (Mike Stock, Pete Waterman) 3
- World Wrestling Federation Superstars - "Slam Jam (12" Full Nelson Mix)" (Mike Stock, Pete Waterman) [UK Version only]
- An instrumental version of "WrestleMania" was used as the theme song for WrestleManias X (1994) through XIV (1998). It was also later used as Linda McMahon's entrance music.
- The Nasty Boys Stomp borrowed the percussion and a very similar bass beat from the song "Visions of China" by Japan as well as "Nasty" by Janet Jackson.
- Incorporated elements from the wrestler's entrance music.
- "Slam Jam" (credited to WWF Superstars)
- "WrestleMania" (credited to World Wrestling Federation Superstars)
- "USA" (credited to World Wrestling Federation Superstars featuring "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan)
- Huey, Steve. "Wrestlemania: The Album  - Various Artists". AllMusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 17 June 2014.
- WrestleMania: The Album: Musical mess that features Bret Hart singing a love song while Randy Savage begins his rapping career by reciting the order of the solar system.
- "Wrestlemania The Album (1999) Album Review". answers.com. Retrieved 2007-05-19.
- "Certified Awards". British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved October 6, 2015. Note: User must manually search for album title in order to see results.