In many ways, entrance music makes a superstar. It completes the package. Often times, a song becomes associated with a superstar, be it a good thing or not. Some stars become more memorable for their songs, while others live on infamously for the awful themes associated with them. We can all recall a few years back when Randy Orton began using "Voices" by Rev Theory as his entrance theme. At first, fans questioned the change.
WWE Theme Songs’s tracks
The element of music means way more to the sport of professional wrestling than you might think. The glitz and glamour associated with World Wrestling Entertainment encompass several things — the crowd, the bright lights, the stage setup, the entrances, the attire, and most certainly the wrestlers themselves. These 25 songs are among the greatest WWE themes of all time and are required listening for anyone that considers themselves a connoisseur of squared circle theatrics.
If you go to an independent promotion's show, you will get lots of a good thing: pure wrestling. Well, the WWE is very different. While many wrestling promotions have it, it's usually just generic rock. For instance, look at TNA. Quite honestly, there isn't one theme I can tell apart from the other in TNA, they all are very generic. In the WWE, however, they can afford to sign deals with bigger bands, so you get better sound, better quality and better although still not the best music.
WWE phased out CD releases in favor of digital ones. New WWE entrance theme tracks are sold individually via iTunes. Some of the songs listed below have been released on an album and then re-released as singles and again on other albums, whereas some of them have been released as a single first and then on other albums. It is to be noted that the newer albums always feature re-releases, and hence, the official release of some songs is through a single and not an album. In addition, the following WWE-specific singles have been released by other record labels. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.