Florida Gators release “You’re in Gator Country”

By Adam Silverstein
December 14, 2010

The Florida Gators announced on Tuesday that the athletic program has released You’re in Gator Country: Official Music of the Florida Gators, a seven-song album “featuring new hits from area musicians that pay tribute to their favorite collegiate team.”

The track listing for the album, which can be sampled below, is as follows:

“The music is already being played in-game and in-broadcast during Gators sporting events,” the University of Florida notes. “The intent is to establish new, unique audio content that celebrates and embraces Florida’s rich history and heritage on the playing surface.”

You can purchase the album via iTunes, AmazonMP3 and GatorsMusic.com

9 Comments

  1. cline says:

    IMO a big FAIL. Sounds like a bad NASCAR game soundtrack. Maybe they will update the songs yearly?

  2. E-Pain says:

    Thought it was going to be lame, but some catchy tunes on there. Stocking stuffer this year?

  3. Gatorbuc15 says:

    Hey they aren’t half bad. Some of thoughs songs in their I actually liked. 🙂

  4. Gatorgrad79 says:

    gotta add “BOOM BOOM” !!

  5. Mr2Bits says:

    We need some rap songs in here as well. Wonder if Lil Wayne could do something

  6. Ken says:

    absolutely need something from Tom Petty, considering…

  7. Mr2Bits says:

    @Ken what about “less than jake”?

  8. jhsizemore says:

    Too generic, no mention of specific things about Gainesville or anything that is unique to Gator fandom beyond nicknames like rowdy reptiles. There are actually a number of fan-made songs that are out there which are much more personal and inspiring than this homogenized swill.

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