When did Randy Orton start using Voices?

2020-05-03 by No Comments

When did Randy Orton start using Voices?

May 2008
Orton began using ‘Voices’ in May 2008 after several years of using ‘Burn In My Light’ to make his entrance.

Who wrote Voices Randy Orton?

The Randy Orton theme is called “Voices,” and it’s by the band Rev Theory. According to Bleacher Report, Rev Theory wrote the song specifically for Orton to use.

What is Edge’s theme song called?

Metalingus (Edge’s WWE Theme)

When did Randy Orton change his theme song?

Burn In My Light is the second theme for Randy Orton. He started using the song on the August 30th, 2004 episode of Monday Night Raw after departing from Evolution. It was permanently replaced by “Voices” on the May 5th, 2008 episode of Raw.

Does Randy Orton like voices?

More videos on YouTube Interestingly though, Randy Orton never directly spoke to Johnston about his dislike of the Voices theme song but he does believe that the rumor is actually true. “I never spoke to him directly, but apparently, Randy Orton said he hated his theme.

Why does Randy Orton hate burn in my light?

In November 2008, speaking to ProWrestling.net about his original theme, Orton said: “I wish we could pick our theme music,” he said. “For the longest time, I had the Burning My Light or whatever the entrance music was that started with ‘Hey, nothing you can say,’ and I hated it for all four years.

Who does WWE music now?

Jim Johnston is responsible for writing and recording some of the most iconic WWE entrance themes of all time. Including songs for The Undertaker, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin and many, many more.

Why did Edge stop using never gonna stop?

WWE replacing Rob Zombie’s “Never Gonna Stop” as his theme with “Think You Know Me”: “Replacing ‘Never Gonna Stop’ wasn’t my choice. The copyright ran out on Never Gonna Stop. And the way that started is, I tore my labrum in my shoulder, but I didn’t get surgery, so I ended up having a month off.

When did Randy Orton use this fire burns?

Randy Orton’s Entrance “This Fire Burns” – 3-3-2006 Smackdown. The only time Randy Orton had this as his entrance music, which would later be used as the theme song for Judgment Day 2006 and CM Punk’s entrance music.

Who creates WWE theme songs?

Jim Johnston
Historically, most WWE entrance themes have been created by Jim Johnston since the 1980s, while in recent times, themes have been written or performed by John Alicastro and Mike Lauri, known collectively as CFO$ from 2014 to 2020.