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New English Premier League Theme for EPL

the people New English Premier League Theme for EPL

The English Premier League will debut a new anthem to be played before matches and during the “English Premier League Preview” and “English Premier League Review” shows.That means that the ever-popular track remixed by DJ Judge Jules will be gone, and will be replaced instead by a track from Peter Lawler that, according to a Premier League official, sounds like a cross between The Who and The Lightning Seeds.

Read the full story here in The People newspaper, or reminisce with the old English Premier League anthem here.

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7 Responses to New English Premier League Theme for EPL

  1. Anonymous says:

    This new theme is amazing.

    Is it available as a record?

  2. Anonymous says:

    You idiots!! Why the f**k would anyone like to replace the other theme song??!! It really got me fired up before games! The new one is just BOOOOORING!!

  3. judika says:

    Liverfool sucks

  4. Niven says:

    Liverpool’s away is WOW!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Andre says:

    The old is better

  6. sys says:

    old is good

  7. sys says:

    old is better

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