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What are some popular entrance themes for WWE Superstars?

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Some popular entrance music used by famous World Wrestling Entertainment wrestlers includes "Metallingus," "Voices," "Sexy Boy," "Hell Frozen Over" and "Graveyard Symphony." Other notable songs that have been used by wrestlers as introduction songs are "Some Bodies Gonna Get It," "Electrifying," "Real American," "Also Sprach Zarathustra" and "The Game."

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"Metallingus" is a heavy metal song performed by Alter Bridge. Edge used the song as his entrance music from 2004 until his retirement in 2011. "Voices" is a hard rock song performed by Rev Theory's lead vocalist Rich Luzzi. Randy Orton has used the theme song since 2008. Shawn Michaels has used several versions of "Sexy Boy," a Jimmy Hart composition, as his entrance music since 1992.

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin used "Hell Frozen Over," a popular Jim Johnston instrumental piece, as his introduction music during his early WWE years. The Undertaker used "Graveyard Symphony" in his early career. Although he has changed songs frequently, his entrance music has often used funeral-like orchestration similar to that of his original theme song. Mark Henry is one of the few WWE wrestlers to use a rap song as his entrance music. Henry has used "Some Bodies Gonna Get It," performed by Oscar-winning rap group Three 6 Mafia, since 2006.

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