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Top Gun Theme song

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Van Halen


How come,I can't listen 2 the ringtone when Iam using ur site on my bb8703e sprint carrier?
Only I can preview the ringtone,when iam on my desktop.


The top gun theme was performed by Steve Stevns, Bill Idol's old guitarist, not Van Halen.


This is a Kenny Logging tone written for the top gun sountrack, put two & two together Kenny wrote and preformed on alot of sound tracks throughout the 80s.


But it was written by Harold Faltermeyer...


It was by Kenny Loggins not Van Halen or Steve Stevens


Kenny Loggins wrote Danger Zone, not the Top Gun theme. The music you hear in this ring tone is Steve Stevens.


Actually, your all wrong!
It was Joe Satriani that did that paticular song you have posted.


First of all the song is called the "Top Gun Anthem." Second, it was written by Harold Faltermeyer. Third, Harold Faltermeyer and Steve Stevens got credit for performing it. Fourth, Joe Satriani had absolutely nothing to do with the writing or performing of the song for the movie... he may have covered it at some time. Fifth, KENNY LOGGINS???


Thats Steve Stevens on guitar, (from Billy Idol's band) he was the hot guitarist at the time.


This isn't the solo its about 20 seconds into the song


wow, i look up a song online and that's the title that came up. relax guys!


It's Harold Faltermeyer & Steve Stevens. I have still have the record- and the credits say written and produced by Harold Faltermeyer and performed by Harold Faltermeyer and Steve Stevens. Look at the wiki
Harold Faltermeyer also wrote Axel F. And everyone knows who Seve Stevens is.



I see it's been covered - never mind.


Van Halen? They aren't the composers by a long shot.

Neither is Joe Satriani

I own the movie on VHS, on DVD, and the soundtrack (it's my favorite movie)...

Harold Faltemeyer composed the piece. Steve Stevens just played on it. Faltemeyer also composed the other great song (besides "Danger Zone" - Kenny Loggins), "Memories" on the soundtrack. The soundtrack, to me, is one of the best of all time.


a Tom Cruise played the the Anthem on his organ!


Tom Cruise played the Anthem on his organ!