Stone Cold's Disturbed theme.. "Step Off cos you're the next one in line for the kill you don't believe me but I'm betting that you will, Step Off, I'll let you live a little bit but the pain that I'm bringing, you know it's only the beginning."
That theme Maven used.. "I can't see my fantasy, I'm so consumed with hate, What I see takes over me, I'm blind beyond repair."
Slick: Jive Soul Bro.. "Well I met this lady and I told her quite a story..."
Now you know and knowing is half the battle.
Oh and Booker T's music is a piece of commercial music produced by R. de Wael and D. Leglise entitled "Rap Sheet".
The only WCW theme I ever liked, that sounded original (as far as I could tell) and fit the persona of the guy it was for was Benoit's, since it seemed to be making 'chopping; noises (okay, maybe that was clapping, but whateva).
It ruled..however it wasn't original. I don't know who wrote it or played it but I have heard it being used in at least two other tv productions.. One is the Pamela Anderson Playboy video (in those days good company imo..she crawls down a runway while..er..never mind..)
and the other was some crappy porn flick (no wait..a friend of mine saw that one!!)
Imagine this is some funny signature. Then I will imagine you compliment me on it.
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Ah, that brings up another point... I've heard Booker T's theme on ESPN Sportscenter before, so I'm wondering if half of those themes were even created by WCW to begin with since they seem to be public domain.
The music could be as simple as "they fixed the stuff Henry destroyed" or "it took them a few minutes to get the backup audio stuff up and working to replace the ones Henry destroyed." Could they have explained it?