JALman: "I have Hogan's theme from the Wrestling Album (NOT "Real American"). How long did he use this between "Eye of the Tiger" and "Real American"? What does "WWF All-Stars" refer to?"
It was the theme song to the Wrestling All Stars cartoon, if I remember correctly. Basically all the wrestlers would get together and do everything they could to avoid fighting. It kind of stretched out like the HHH/Steiner feud, with car washes and babysitting and the like...
Common belief is that "Hulk Hogan's Theme" was only used for a few weeks, before it was replaced with "Real American". About a month after the US Express officially stopped appearing as a team... late 1985 or early 1986. "Hulk Hogan's Theme" was also used as the theme for CBS's "Hulk Hogan's Rock n Wrestling" cartoon, which ran in 85-86 (and later in syndication).
I think the "WWF All-Stars" were the TNT band. The guys who backed up Mean Gene for "Tootie Fruity" on the "Hulk Rules DVD". I don't think there was an official band lineup, just random session musicians and the WWF slapped the name on them. Thus, the "all-stars" on the album and the "all-stars" on TNT could have been entirely different guys.
Ok, JBL you can peg the needle on being out in the media and politics. Kane?!? Ok, yeah, didn't see that coming. Falcon punch along with a freight train dragging me to my death. Sean, artist formally known as Val.