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PREACH IT! The Situation records a new soundtrack for his abs

June 14, 2010 |  3:55 pm
Situation-web Just in case you didn’t think the "Jersey Shore" theme song was annoying enough -- yeah, we know, you now have the phrase “go, Vinn-eh, go, Vinn-eh” stuck in your head, and you’re welcome -- here comes a new dance track. And it totally one-ups the "JS" theme song. Why? Because it’s by the Situation.

Let’s just make sure this is abundantly clear: Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino has his own music single.


TMZ got ahold of a sample of the track and has it up on its site. It’s definitely NSFW, so just in case you have a boss who doesn’t like hearing cuss words over an oontz-oontz groove, we’ll do some analysis for you.

1. Confirmed: There’s some grunting and some rapping. We can totally confirm that.

2. Affirmative: There’s a recurring riff that sounds a lot like a cop siren, which makes sense, if you’ve seen "Jersey Shore’s" first season.

3. Correct: DJ Pauly Disco apparently had nothing to do with the track; DJ Pauly D may be smarter than he’s letting on.

4. Apparently: The Situation is on the track somewhere. We’re just not sure which grunts are his. Help us out after checking out the sample -- that is, if you are strong enough. Might want to fortify yourself with some Ron Ron Juice first.

Godspeed

-- Leslie Gornstein

Photo: What, did the musical vibe rub off? Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino attends the 2010 CMT Music Awards in Nashville, Tenn., on June 9. Credit: Peter Kramer / Associated Press.

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