King of the Hill : Yahoos and Triangles - The Refreshments
Besides the single "Banditos" from their 1996 album Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy, The Refreshments are best known for this theme song, which was traditionally one of the tracks the band would play during sound checks.
Community : At Least It Was Here - The 88
Indie rock band The 88 are no strangers to lending their music to television. Besides supplying the theme for Community and the short-lived Fox sitcom Free Ride, their songs have appeared in numerous TV shows, movies and advertisements including the How I Met Your Mother season one episode "Best Prom Ever" where they appear as a wedding band and perform three of their own songs as well as The Verve Pipe's "The Freshman" and "Good Feeling" by The Violent Femmes.
The Wire : Way Down in the Hole - Tom Waits
Tom Waits wrote and performed this song, which appeared on his 1987 album Franks Wild Years, but it is noted for being the theme of HBO's hit crime drama, The Wire. Each of the show's five seasons feature a different recording of the song against a different opening sequence, including The Blind Boys of Alabama, Tom Waits, The Neville Brothers and Steve Earle.
Entourage : Superhero - Jane's Addiction
Featured on Jane's Addiction's third album Strays, "Superhero" is well-recognised as the opening theme from Entourage — it arguably received more exposure than the single "Just Because", which was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2004.