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.
I managed to get hold of a few tickets to see the ROH War of the Worlds show in Liverpool. Here's a quick rundown of the results and some of my observations: Results Kenny King d. Adam Page Ultimo Guerrero & Rey Bucanero def.