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Then I went to glass, but the sound of the glass was so thin that I needed to make it bigger so I added the car crash. The opening includes glass breaking, an explosion, and a car crash. Johnston wrote the song in 20 minutes, then recorded the first version eight hours later. Although Johnston was a perfectionist with his music and constantly critiqued his own work, he knew this piece perfectly suited Austin. He created the piece of music on a Telecaster, which is ubiquitous in the country world but uncommon in the world of hard rock. Johnston noted that he did not have much interaction with the talent, but that Austin was one of the few people to seek him out and personally thank him for all of his work. Steve was very pleased with the song, and always told me that it quickly allowed him to get in the right mood and into character. He started off hungry, and that is meant in a very literal sense.
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Come here to discuss pro wrestling in all its forms and factions. Get your flair here! Theme song questions: When was the first time Stone Cold debuted with the glass break theme, and when was the first time Mankind debuted his car crash theme? I'm just curious. Stone Cold turned face when he and Bret Hart had their match at Wrestlemania 13, but I know Steve Austin debuted the glass break theme before that, but I can't seem to find the exact footage of it. I'm curious about Mankind as well since he turned face while still going with the depressing theme song, although he donned a funny tie and brightly colored tights. I'm wondering about the debut of this theme. I remember him saying something like, "It's great to finally have a good theme song. I want to say "Glass Shatters" debuted at the Royal Rumble. Austin still used "The Ringmaster" up through the Survivor Series.
Fans constantly talk about what turns a professional wrestler into a WWE Superstar. They discuss features like their height, weight, agility, finishing moves and other aspects. All these things are essential to become a Superstar, but a special ingredient that the majority of the people overlook is the entrance theme. Entrance themes are the first thing the audience listens to as the Superstar enters the arena. Therefore, it is extremely important that the theme is selected in such a way that it hypes up the audience and in a subtle way, also tells us a little bit about the character walking to the ring. Over the years, WWE has created some of the best sports entertainers to have ever lived.