Former WWE Composer Jim Johnston Says Today’s WWE Entrance Themes Are “So Bad” – TPWW

Former WWE Composer Jim Johnston Says Today’s WWE Entrance Themes Are “So Bad” – TPWW
Former WWE Composer Jim Johnston Says Today’s WWE Entrance Themes Are “So Bad” – TPWW


Legendary WWE entrance theme music composer Jim Johnston, who has created classic themes for Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, DX, The Undertaker, Ted DiBiase, The Ultimate Warrior, Shawn Michaels, Mr. Perfect and countless others, was interviewed by Lucha Libre Online recently and gave his thoughts on WWE’s current theme music quality.

Johnston was released by WWE in 2017 after 32 years in the company.

“I told you before this interview that I don’t do trash talking, but the closest I’ll get to being critical is that absolutely, I want to slap Vince upside the head. The music is so bad! These days it’s just sound effects and noises and stuff. It doesn’t have anything to do with the characters and the storylines anymore. That’s the essence of this business. And that’s currently lost. I don’t get it.

“I hate to say this, but there’s a certain satisfaction that the music now is so bad. Because it makes me feel better about what I did contribute. It does make me feel bad for a bunch of the wrestlers, because without good music you can’t become a big star. I don’t believe it’s possible. The music is just like a score in a movie, it’s what leads the fans’ emotions. It’s a very visceral, very deeply emotional connection. That’s always what I went for, now that’s what’s missing.”

Transcript h/t: Sportskeeda



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