Most intimidating song ever
If you don't think that's a big advantage in a fight, then you're crazy.When the venerable and careworn UFC Gladiator finally slouched away to that big focus group in the sky, his memorial service was depressingly bereft of mourners. I can't help but think of all those good years, all those gallons of adrenaline, all those members of Stemm who now have no readily discernible means of feeding themselves. And now, if you'll excuse me, I feel an uncontrollable urge to go fight something.Last used at: UFC 105 I can just hear the hardcore fans now."How can you put a pro wrestling homage atop a list of MMA songs?!?!?! Maybe not technically, but it definitely took entrance music to a new and higher stratum. And yes, I realize it's a different sport—and not really a sport at all, if you want to get technical—but I applaud, not deride, Lawlor's decision to use this song in an MMA context.
We had New Order and Frankie Goes To Hollywood, U2, Prince and Cyndi Lauper, Springsteen, INXS, Bananarama, Duran Duran and the list goes on.
If you're looking for some kind of definitive walkout song ranking formula, well, good luck in your continued search.
That said, if your favorite isn't on here, let me know in the comments.
Harris is known as much for her eloquently straightforward songwriting as for her incomparably expressive singing.
Admired through her career for her talent as an artist and song connoisseur, Harris shook up country radio in the 1970s, and established herself as the premiere songwriter of a generation selling more than 15 million records and garnering 13 Grammy Awards, three CMA Awards, and two Americana Awards.