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Bug the Bog: Wizards Victory Music

Yesterday's item on the Wiz pre-game music naturally prompted questions on the team's post-game music. Intern Boris knew it was a Ruff Ryders production, but didn't know the name. Kwamebrownsucks.com suggested it was "Down Bottom" off of Ruff Ryders Ryde or Die Volume 1, and helpfully submitted an audio link, which, as he noted, contains a bit of naughty language.

But Wiz Director of Game Operations Danny Zollars informed me today that the song the gameday staff plays as the Wiz win or run out the clock is actually called "Tear the Club Up," by DJ Class. Although what it's actually called is "Tear Da Club Up." Although, you'll note from this audio clip, the actual lyric is "Tear Da [bad word] Club Up," and the instrumental sounds virtually identical to the "Down Bottom" link above.

There are plenty of Internets videos during which you'd be able to hear said music. I've chosen this one because I've never used it before; it's the rare reverse angle of the Caron Butler game-winning dunk vs. the Knicks. "Tear Da [Bad Word] Club Up" is played towards the end, although you'll have to fight through the camera person's shrieks of wobbly-fisted delight in order to hear it.

By Dan Steinberg  |  January 30, 2007; 3:41 PM ET
Categories:  Wizards  
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