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2. Big Show - Unused.. I believe they redid it because the Arena version sounds very badly mixed..
3. The Corporation theme the intro just needs to be cut...
11. Undertaker's theme for years people thought it was "not the arena version" Well the arena version was REALLY BADLY mixed in the studio... Volume 4 is better mixed and faster.. however.. its the "SAME" track just better mix and some reason they sped it up.. However if you slow it down.. you pretty much have the same theme just sounds better... So think of it as the "Corporate Ministry" theme from the Anthology box set.. The theme is "slowed down" but if you speed it up it's the version they used in the Arena..
12. Triple H's theme.. if you ever HEARD the Arena version it's poorly mixed in the studio and has lyric's missing.. However I would say this is a "remaster" of the original My Time theme.. but he never used this newly mixed Version in the Arena...
14. The Rock's theme is pretty much the same as the Undertaker's just better mixed and stuff.. however they added him saying crap in it.. and added something at the end of the theme..


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A prolific composer who has provided the soundtrack for the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.) since 1985, James Alan "Jim" Johnston began his entertainment career creating bumpers and musical cues for MTV and VH1. Upon moving to the WWE, Johnston became an increasingly vital source of music-related material, creating most of the memorable entrance theme songs for the WWE superstars, and playing a role in the audio...
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