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Re: Theme title corrections thread

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Hey on the Wrestlemania Challenge (nes) page BGM 1 is Jim Duggan's theme for the game.
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on that tack, Music BGM 1 is the Player 1 theme for Yourself and Music BGM 2 is the Player 2 theme for Yourself.

Music BGM 4 is the versus match-up screen.
Music BGM 6 is the title screen.
Music BGM 7 is the post-match theme.
Music BGM 8 is the continue screen or something.
Music BGM 10 is the pinfall being scored.
Music BGM 11 is the game-over screen or something.
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I found out what Dynamite Kid's theme in Legends Of Wrestling is!
It's "The British Grenadiers", so make sure to put that in the info! 8-)
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So, I just looked at Chris Jericho's WWE theme count and noticed that the notes lists several alt. titles on each theme. This is not quite correct as they are different versions with different titles. I thought I post the songs with the song titles here as it would be too much for the comments section.

Chris Jericho's 1st:
Released on 16.12.2016 as "Break The Walls Down [1999]" on "WWE: Uncaged".

Chris Jericho's 2nd and 3rd:
Released on 02.11.1999 as "Break Down The Walls" on "WWE The Music, Vol. 4".
Re-released on 16.07.2012 as "Break Down The Wall" on "WWE: The Music, The Beginning (Volumes 1-5)".

Chris Jericho's 4th:
Released on 12.11.2002 as "Break Down The Walls" on "WWE: Anthology".
Re-released on 18.12.2007 as "Break The Walls Down" on "WWE: Raw Greatest Hits - The Music".
Re-released on 03.01.2012 as "Break The Walls Down" as a single.

Chris Jericho's 7th/8th:
Unreleased; Johnston's BMI page listed it as "Break The Walls Down 2004" once.

Chris Jericho's 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 14th, 15th:
Released on 09.01.2012 as "Break the Walls Down" as a single.
Re-released as "Break The Walls Down" on "WWE: WrestleMania - The Music 2013".
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I'm not sure where to post this, but could somebody please take a look at the WWF "All Star Wrestling" TV show theme count and correct it and/or fill in the blanks.

Here is the info I have: The show ran from October 2, 1971 through August 30, 1986.
For the following count uses this date system: YYYY-MM-DD.
"???" are placeholders, just in case another theme was used.

1st: ??? ; 1971-10-02 to 1976-01-06 (1973-06-30 = (No Theme)? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axAQfcr9FbM)
2nd: "Crater" from de Wolfe Music ; 1976-01-07 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWecx6SGcZk
3rd: ??? ; 1976-01-08 to 1980-04-11
4th: (Unknown Title) ; 1980-04-12 to 1980-09-27 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x59r9ul and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOI4JJ5lbVU
5th: ??? ; 1980-09-28 to 1981-11-13
6th: "Cruise Control" by The Dregs ; 1981-11-14 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joJ8wCJgQ_0)
7th: ??? : 1981-11-15 to 1982-02-26
8th: "Gemini Dream" by The Moody Blues [1982-02-27 to 1984-04-03] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSyPKxK7wqE
9th: ??? : 1984-04-04 to 1984-04-27
10th: "Modern Love" by David Bowie ; 1984-04-28 to 1986-08-30? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mBr-aH4EEE

Dubbed themes:
1981-01-03 24/7 Dub: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDJIqhgG2_w

Edit: Thanks, Craig!
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Nafip wrote:I'm not sure where to post this, but could somebody please take a look at the WWF "All Star Wrestling" TV show theme count and correct it and/or fill in the blanks.

Here is the info I have: The show ran from October 2, 1971 through August 30, 1986.
For the following count uses this date system: YYYY-MM-DD.
"???" are placeholders, just in case another theme was used.

1st: ??? ; 1971-10-02 to 1976-01-06 (1973-06-30 = (No Theme)? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axAQfcr9FbM)
2nd: (Unknown Title) ; 1976-01-07 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWecx6SGcZk
3rd: ??? ; 1976-01-08 to 1980-04-11
4th: (Unknown Title) ; 1980-04-12 to 1980-09-27 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x59r9ul and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOI4JJ5lbVU
5th: ??? ; 1980-09-28 to 1981-11-13
6th: (Unknown Title) ; 1981-11-14 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joJ8wCJgQ_0)
7th: ??? : 1981-11-15 to 1982-02-26
8th: (Unknown Title) [1982-02-27] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSyPKxK7wqE
9th: ??? ; 1982-02-28 to 1982-08-27
10th: (Unknown Title) [1982-08-28 to 1984-04-03] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWa5HTl5EDI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRTU60D7DbQ
11th: ??? : 1984-04-04 to 1984-04-27
12th: "Modern Love" by David Bowie ; 1984-04-28 to 1986-08-30? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mBr-aH4EEE

Dubbed themes:
1981-01-03 24/7 Dub: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDJIqhgG2_w
The 2nd is "Crater" from DWLP 3278 – Hot Ice - http://www.dewolfemusic.com/trackdetail ... d=10127109
The 6th is "Cruise Control" by the Dregs
Your 8th & 10th are the same "Gemini Dream" by The Moody Blues
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Re: Theme title corrections thread

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Championship Wrestling:
This show ran from 1972 to 1986, which means that there are a few gaps in the theme count.

1st (1972-??-?? - 1974-??-??) - (Unknown)
2nd (1974-??-?? - 1975-??-??) - One Fine Morning ~ Lighthouse
3rd (1975-??-?? - 1977-??-??) - (Unknown)
4th (1977-??-?? - 1978-??-??) - (Unknown Title - www.youtube.com/watch?v=DM4OyPbM2iU )
5th (1978-??-?? - 1981-??-??) - Schererazade ~ Maynard Ferguson
6th (1981-??-?? - 1984-??-??) - Cruise Control ~ The Dixie Dregs
7th (1984-??-?? - 1986-08-30) - Thriller (Instrumental) ~ Michael Jackson
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Re: Theme title corrections thread

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Nafip wrote:So, I just looked at Chris Jericho's WWE theme count and noticed that the notes lists several alt. titles on each theme. This is not quite correct as they are different versions with different titles. I thought I post the songs with the song titles here as it would be too much for the comments section.

Chris Jericho's 1st:
Released on 16.12.2016 as "Break The Walls Down [1999]" on "WWE: Uncaged".

Chris Jericho's 2nd and 3rd:
Released on 02.11.1999 as "Break Down The Walls" on "WWE The Music, Vol. 4".
Re-released on 16.07.2012 as "Break Down The Wall" on "WWE: The Music, The Beginning (Volumes 1-5)".

Chris Jericho's 4th:
Released on 12.11.2002 as "Break Down The Walls" on "WWE: Anthology".
Re-released on 18.12.2007 as "Break The Walls Down" on "WWE: Raw Greatest Hits - The Music".
Re-released on 03.01.2012 as "Break The Walls Down" as a single.

Chris Jericho's 7th/8th:
Unreleased; Johnston's BMI page listed it as "Break The Walls Down 2004" once.

Chris Jericho's 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 14th, 15th:
Released on 09.01.2012 as "Break the Walls Down" as a single.
Re-released as "Break The Walls Down" on "WWE: WrestleMania - The Music 2013".
Thanks this is accurate. Assuming we're going by last released title it will look like this:

1. Break The Walls Down [1999]
2/3. Break Down The Wall (V2)
4. Break The Walls Down (V3) (Break The Walls Down [2001] in my head-canon)
7/8. Break The Walls Down [2004]
9-15. Break The Walls Down (V5) (Break The Walls Down [2007] in my head-canon)

The notes will be changed to reflect the proper titles for the right versions so no alt "Break The Walls Down" for V2 or alt "Break Down The Wall" for 2004 or V5 etc.
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