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NFL History Music

Diana Ross, The Definitive Collection (2006)

Diana Ross, one of the founding members of The Supremes, was not simply one of the most beautiful Super Bowl performers of the 1980s, but also one of the most talented. Check out this collection of her top hits as a solo artist.

Janet Jackson, Design of a Decade (1995)

Did you know much about Janet Jackson before the scandalous halftime show at 2004's Super Bowl XXXVII? If you were born in after 1990, chances are you knew little about her rise as a pop superstar in the 1980s. Check out this "Best Of" collection featuring the most memorable and enduring studio performances by the legendary Janet ("Miss Jackson, if you're nasty!").

Justin Timberlake, FutureSex / LoveSounds (2006)

Justin Timberlake. Accomplice, innocent bystander, or dupe in Janet Jackson's Super Bowl "wardrobe malfunction" halftime scheme? Whatever the case may be, the controversial event may have helped Timberlake complete his transformation from a sweet ex-boy band member into a salacious singing sensation. Forget Justified; FutureSex / LoveSounds is the new Justin!

Various Artists, Stadium Anthems: Music for the Fans (2003)

Need to get fired up for the big game, or the big presentation, or the big date? Then fire up the jock jams! This disc features some of the colossal radio hits that have electrified sports fans and players in stadiums all across the country.

John Facenda and Sam Spence, The Power and the Glory: The Original Music & Voices of NFL Films (1998)

Are you familiar with those special pre-game television segments featuring lots of slow-motion footage of a receiver leaping gracefully to grab a far-flung football? Then you're probably also familiar with the booming voice of John Facenda, whose dramatic narrations over stirring orchestration transforms old football games into high theater. Stroll down NFL broadcast memory lane with this archived collection featuring the original announcers and musical scores from NFL Films.

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