http://youtu.be/iO1hkaE_Vqw The Four Horsemen theme song was a classic late 1980s song that was all about the instrumentals. It reminds me of songs from that time period where there would be long guitar solos that would just go on and on. It fit the group too. Not only was it a classic track, but they even had horses neighing mixed into the song as well. How many songs have horses neighing in them? Not many. It really made the Horsemen stand out. I can remember being a kid and remarking to older cousins that it was a cool song because of the horses. Little things like that make a song stand out. Wrestling songs don't always have to have lyrics. A lot of them don't. It's just about setting the right mood and picking a song that represents the character or group well. That's exactly what this song did.
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