This thread usually comes around during WrestleMania season or, rather, it has been the past few years, and my answer is always the same: Johnston should be in the WWE Hall of Fame. If Johnston hasn't come up with the entrance themes the WWE wrestlers uses, he's always, at least, involved in the process of producing the songs. He's definitely one of the top, unsung heroes in WWE and genuinely one of the few non-wrestling personnel who should be honored with an HOF induction. WWE has had three of its WWF/E: The Music albums certified Gold or Platinum and, in the RIAA database, they're listed with Jim Johnston as the artist, so that's another little claim to fame that Johnston has going for him.
"What Do I Know Of Cultured Ways, The Gilt, The Craft And The Lie?
I, Who Was Born In A Naked Land And Bred In The Open Sky.
The Subtle Tongue, The Sophist Guile, They Fail When The Broadswords Sing.
Rush In And Die Dogs - I Was A Man Before I Was King."
Conan Of Cimmeria