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What would your ‘walk on’ music be?

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2 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

This. Loud.

 

 

 

I should add that for night games I'd still be in the tunnel while the other player walks off.  Then all the floodlights get turned off, this is played loud in absolute darkness, then the lights come back up and I'm on the centre spot.

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4 hours ago, Vincent Vega said:

The intro to Iron Maiden’s Phantom Of The Opera as per this Lucozade ad from the 80’s.

 

Great advert. One of my all-favourites.

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I'd be the first substitute in the history of football wanting stretchering onto the pitch.

 

I'd team my entrance with that music Tyson used to terrify the living shit out of Michael Spinks, then have my stretcher-bearers just lash me onto the grass and remain there, on my side, as the game went on around me.

 

 

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