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Packer Remix for the Playoffs

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Packer Remix for the Playoffs

Here at Cheesehead TV we are always working for our fellow Packer fans. So I thought it would be a nice to give some love for the playoffs.

I promise you will not be disappointed by this remix. Download it free here:

Cheesehead TV 2008 Packer Remix


What is the Packer Remix? It is a 17 minute compilation of songs and packer highlights designed to get you ready for the game. I had to revamp it to include Brett's record setting TD, the win in overtime and some other spots where certain players did not deserve to be a part of the remix anymore. Cletidus Hunt name being uttered is annoying but it's a gem of a call and I wanted to give some Aaron Kampman and Kabeer Baja Biamilia working your QB into the ground love.

If this doesn't get you juiced for the playoffs, nothing else will.

p.s. you may need to right-click or control-click (apple-click on Mac) on the pic or the link and choose "download linked file", "save link as" or some such other phrase in order to download. I made it mp3 so it would play on virtually any media device or software.

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j4a1's picture

EXCELLENT! AWESOME!

I'm in the mood now. A must for all Packer Backers!

IronMan's picture

Awesome!

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