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    Why pick one song when you can have them all?



    TUSK!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiro Protagonist View Post
    Are you going to tell me...
    YES, Hollywood stole your life. I have proof. Sort of.




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    I thought really long and hard on this one Hiro.

    About a whole 165 seconds or so...but it came to me.

    It'll make a great intro theme....it's a sing-along.

    (I normally sing the bass parts).

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    Archaic , ancient and perhaps out of place , that said maybe you might wish to take a look at the drum solo from Inna-Gadda-Da-Vida by Iron Butterfly , or mayhap some of San Jose Taiko's work.


    And then there is Voodoo by GodSmack........

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    Oh Hiro this one too. A little more on topic, but fits all your requirements (I think).

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    Dude, be a fucking T-rex and rock out with your cock out to this song



    Or maybe this one, since he probably can't 'hang with you'



    Or perhaps your opponent is not 'strong enough for you?'



    I don't have a smart ass comment for this one



    Or perhaps that song's original's modern remix


    A-team, knightrider, miami vice, mcguyver, magnum




    Okay, I'll be serious now. These were some songs I was thinking of for when I was planning to have like 5 more fights than I have now.



    That second song used to pump me up so much!!!
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    I had to make a second post because I asked my wife what the hell that guy is playing, and she said "Star Guitar"



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    Quote Originally Posted by hitandrun View Post
    YES, Hollywood stole your life. I have proof. Sort of.



    Waaaaaaaaaaah!

    AAAAAAAAWESOMENESS!!!

    Pushups, Sir! I have a new facebook photo!!! :D

    Thank you very, very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEA View Post
    Thread derail - it's ironic that Toto make "Africa" sound so sweet and gay when the lyrics are really about mercenaries in Africa in the '70s. The line "I bless the rains down in Africa" in specific refer to an American "contractor" for the DoD testing out the Hellfire missile system US helicopters with South African markings (paid in Krugerans through a DoD dummy LLC set up in SA) against Soviet tanks driven by Cubans in Angola and Namibia. The "rains down in Africa" bogged some trucks down in the mud and the Cubans were using a T51 to pull them out, which gave the "contractor" a perfect shot on the tank with his Hellfire. Raytheon has the photos in one of their visitor areas captioned as the first confirmed kill by a Hellfire.

    The line "there is nothing that a hundred or so men couldn't do" refers to the ability of a small group of well trained mercenaries to overthrow unstable governments in Africa.

    Think about that the next time you think this song is gay.
    ROFL! None of that is true, bro.

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    Out of interest, does anyone know what the legal position is for fighters to play a given song for their intro at a public event? My own understanding is that you would need to get written permission from the copyright holder. At the end of the day it is basically promoting something/someone and possibly associating it with a brand which could easily get a fighter/promoter in hot water. I don't have a negative opinion on this at all but I could imagine at some point copyright holders are going to turn their beady eyes on MMA events for their royalty payments. I imagine most pro fighters would have music rights cleared through the venue in which they are fighting (or do they?) but but I can't imagine many amateurs would even think about this. Just out of interest, does anyone have any experience on this side of things?

    PS If I ever had the chance to play an intro track it would be the Darth Vader March:)

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