Hello Rocksmith fans!
Welcome to August! We have a brand new DLC pack coming next week, and this time the clue revealed all the songs!
Let’s check out what RollingStone222 has for us this week…
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Johnson’s role in WWE was providing the soundtrack for WWE programming, in addition to providing musical content for WWE’s large output of video games, website content and entrance themes for WWE Superstars and Divas. Johnston achieved fame for producing many of the memorable entrance theme songs for the WWE Superstars, including the likes of The Undertaker, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mr. McMahon amongst hundreds of other superstars, many of which have been released on commercial albums and through iTunes. In 2014, CFO$ took over responsibility for creating entrance themes and musical content for WWE’s television output. This was done at the request of WWE Music Group GM Neil Lawi, who wanted to utilize the existing working relationship he had with John Alicastro and Michael Lauri. This meant a forced reduction in Johnston’s input into creating new superstar entrance themes after that date.
Beyond Superstars entrance themes, Johnston composed music for the majority of WWE’s pay-per-views and television productions, including show themes, music videos, vignettes, commercials, and tributes. He likens his work to that of scoring a live action movie, “A standard scenario is we get a call from our executive producer: ‘We’ve got a new guy coming’, or ‘He’s breaking out of a tag team and he needs music’. It’s like scoring for a movie: is he a good guy or a bad guy? Is he light and svelte and quick-moving, which dictates a fast tempo, or is he a big plodding kind of a guy, in which case you need a big, heavy, the-wrath-of-God-is-coming-upon-us sound?”.
Why would there be a Wrestling theme pack? Because STONE COLD SAID SO
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