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Discussion in 'Football' started by spierceisu, Aug 26, 2019.
Isn't our entrance song the band playing the fight song?
I would bet a large amount of money that this is just a song that will play when the teams are warming up. The video before the team comes out of the locker room will be some sort of rock song, and then the song that will play when the team walks from the locker room to the field with be POWER by Kanye (which I personally love).
Just gotta say there is a saaaaad lack of rhythm among the people on the field...
Indestructible by Disturbed isn’t bad
Comin' Thru is still one of the greatest things ever. Fight me.
The answer to the entrance song is and always has been this. With the video playing on the big screen.
A close runner up is this:
Are you calling this corny?
In before mention of "Pumped Up Kicks"
That’s a Shuffle not rap big difference
Yep. Sort of like when the high school pep band would play Sweet Georgia Brown while our team was shooting layups.
Wasn't that the Veisha theme song for years?
I missed the complete segment on Murph and Andy and started listening part way through. I guess I thought it was the new entrance song, but I very well could be wrong.
I guess my thought was this song was either going to be the 'tunnel' song or a song that would play during warmups. I don't know that it's suppose to be THE entrance song.
BUT I do like it!
As a fan it sucks. It should matter to the players, but it serves two purposes...exciting the fan base is one of them.
Hey, as long as we win.
Agreed, this is bad.
Yo—The 50 year old male in the stands grew up on NWA, Tupac, and Public Enemy.
unless they are referring to the corny lyrics. That would be Vanilla Ice.
Whether it's an official entrance song or not, I can dig it. Cool move by JP and the athletic department to commission local talent for a few new ISU tracks, and talent that is working for a good cause. https://www.willkeeps.com/about/.
As for entrance music in general, it's rather meaningless. I don't say that in regard to the fan base's love/hate of the particular chosen song. It's just that in the moment, in the gameday atmosphere, an entrance song in JTS is largely inaudible by anyone in the stands.
A song will start playing, then crowd noise and weather sirens drown it out, you'll still hear something resembling a bass line before pyrotechnics explode (out of sync with any part of the entrance song) and the team runs onto the field with the marching band blasting the fight song at a completely different tempo than the entrance song. It's all a rather hot mess of a sequence.
tl;dr: JP should hire the Super Bowl's halftime show director, and require the team, band, and stadium A/V team to rehearse their entrance after every practice. :jimlad:
A warriors call by Volbeat would be cool