"You know I gotcha... yeah... Break the walls dowwwwnnnn!!" "Are you ready...?? They think they can tell us what to do..." "Christiaaan!! Christiaaan!! At last you're on your own..." Daa.. daa.... daa........ DAA DAA!!......... *boom boom boom boom* "Exit light; enter night; take my hand... we're off to Never-Never Land..."
These are the songs I would love to walk into a room with when half the room is against him and the other half is rooting for me. I used to call these scenerios, my weekly fraternity meeting.
5. No Chance in Hell. When I had power I'd impeached people, I guess this fits when I am in office.
4. 2001. Last year, I felt like the old timer, so Flair's music used to fit since I was old and still the dirtiest player in the game. WOOO!
3. Mick's Car Wreck Theme. Sometimes, you have to get the people on your side going espically when things look grim. I also look like a mini-Mick at times. And used to like having fun and doing stupid things.
2. My Time. My follow brother used to say I am the HHH of the fraternity. MAinly, because I could careless about people's emotions and I was the best debater. I used to make people cry in meetings. I am the Game.
1. Austin's Distrubed Theme. I would purposely not come to a meeting till the very end. Then, I'd pop in during the height of the conversation when things were coming to a head and shake things up. That would ususally end the meetings in choas.
4. Billy Gunn: "Assman" or "Look at all I got". Both of those themes are classic. I wish I knew who that guy who sang them is, he needs to put out an album, I know I'd buy it. Either one of those songs can get a laugh out of people who don't watch wrestling and yet, by the end of the song, they're hooked on it
And I think you're fat. So how do you like me now?
Oh it`s damn true, both of Monty`s theme songs are hillarious. And the current "Gumbo" tag-team gimmick fits the I`ve Got It All lyrics pretty well. "On occasion, my reflection puts even me in awe..cause I`ve got it all! Whooaahooo!"
Jericho`s theme is probably my favorite, I don`t know if I`ll ever get tired of it. And The Mountie`s is a classic, I was so glad to have tracked it down on Napster.
Everyone's forgetting Jake the Snake's theme at the heighth of his career. It was very ominous and foreboding. I'll never forget the look on Ted DiBiase's face as he stood in the ring during the Royal Rumble 1990 (I'm pretty sure that was it -- it was during theirfued) after eliminating all comers and Jake's music hit.
Speaking of music, did anyone ever notice how similar The Ultimate Warrior's entrance was to The Rockers?
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One of my favorite wrestling themes was the theme used for the Lex Luger/British Bulldog "Allied Powers" theme. It was kind of a neat mix of both their musics, sort of a funk up Union Jack. That's what the British National Anthem is called, right?
It went like this: dum dum dum da da da da dum da da da dum dum... dum dum da da da dum dum dum da da da.
-The Undertaker (original): Nearly pissed my pants when I first heard it live... Creepy, freaky...and perfect for the Dead Man.
-The Million Dollar Man: "Money, money, money, money, money, money..." Heelish & annoying, just like DiBiase...
-Stone Cold Steve Austin (original glass-shattering): Classic, erupts the crowd just as the glass breaks.
-D'Lo Brown (You're Lookin' At the Real Deal Now...): Sue me, I'm a D'Lo mark. And the music makes me go "Hey, it's D'Lo!".
-Triple H (Old School): This is the Chris Warren Band "One, two, this thing on?" version...WITH lyrics... After the first couple seconds, everybody knew that business was about to pick up because THE GAME was close at hand.
Speaking of theme songs, I truly hope that HHH doesn't start using 'Beautiful Day' as his new entrance music. First of all, I can't believe that U2 would allow it. Second, I'm a big U2 fan, and quite frankly don't want to see a great song like BD be associated in the company of such drek like 'Rollin' and 'Whatever The Hell That Rob Zombie Song Is That Edge Uses.'
I was born in a manger, like that other guy. You know, he wore a hat?
HHH- "The Game" by Motorhead Undertaker- Version from Volume #3 Slick- "Jive Soul Bro" Hulk Hogan- "Real American" by Rick Derringer (originally for Windham and Rotundo!) SCSA- Disturbed version Steve Blackman- most recent version and not that god-awful "Steve Blackman, Martial Artist" one he used to have.
Me and the kiddos quite enjoyed this show, but we don't have to transcribe every detail of it, which is a definite advantage it sounds like. I will also say that the "Millions of Dollars Dance" has been added to our goofy family repertoire.