Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Culture Shock / F.U.N.

Culture Shock:
- Sunny Samoa - Jan Rap [TRF Music/Dennis Music] (title card)
- K-55 - The Woodies [on the Season 1 DVD, this is replaced with "AspiraciĆ³n" by Langhorns] (opening)
- Captain Lenoe's - The Folk Players [CPM] ("A customer! Welcome to the Krusty Krab!")
- The Tip Top Polka/The Cliff Polka - Chelmsford Folk Band [CPM] (he just wanted change)
- Captain Lenoe's - The Folk Players [CPM] (Krabs puts the penny in his safe)
- Vibe Link (b) - Richard Myhill ("A free pair of socks with every purchase!")
- Horror Build (g) - Dave Hewson ("Or maybe double-patty midnight madness!")
- Tonight's Prizes - Dick Walter (Squidward suggests a talent show)
- A Hat, a Cane - Ronnie Hazlehurst (SpongeBob's tap dancing act)
- Gator [original music by Steve Belfer] ("Okay, I get it.")
- Theatreland - Dick Walter (red carpet)
- The Circus Comes to Town! - Dick Walter ("The amazing Mister Absorbency!")
- Fates - Gregor Narholz (SpongeBob begs to be in the show)
- Whisper from the Past [#64.02] - Gregor Narholz ("So this is what it feels like.")
- Driving Jazz [#9.06] - David Arnold, Paul Hart [CPM] (Squidward comes on stage)
- Drum Roll to Cymbal [#46] - Alan Bell, Martyn David, Roger Dexter [CPM] (rimshot)
- Action and Glamour 8 - Milan Pilar (Pearl on stage)
- Hawaiian Happiness - Jon Jelmer (after Pearl's act)
- Walking Bass - Richard Myhill (Gary's poetry)
- Exotique A - Paul Lenart, Bill Novick (Plankton's magic act)
- Dramatic Cue (d) - Ronald Hanmer ("Shia-kazing!")
- Timpani Roll - Sammy Burdson ("And now, ladies and gentlemen...")
- Jazz Fanfare [#28.02, #28] - Tony Tape (Squidward Live)
- Head Over Heels (a) - Andrew Jackman (first part of Squidward's act)
- In House Jazz B - Laszlo Bencker (second part of Squidward's act)
- Theatreland - Dick Walter (ending)

- F.U.N. Song - Sherm Cohen, Brad Carow [original composition] (title card)
- Captain Lenoe's - The Folk Players [CPM] (opening)
- Death Trap - Gregor Narholz (alarms go off)
- Heroes Win - Gregor Narholz (SpongeBob chasing Plankton)
- Chase That Car - Laurie Johnson (SpongeBob inflates his hat)
- Vibe Link (a) - Richard Myhill ("Wow, a magic shop!")
- In the Cradle (a) - Dick Walter (SpongeBob tells story about a magician)
- Dramatic Cue (d) - Ronald Hanmer ("Plankton, it's you!")
- Kamakani B - Kapono Beamer (SpongeBob tries to cheer Plankton up)
- Vibe Link (b) - Richard Myhill ("I bet if he had just one friend...")
- Hawaiian Link (b) - Richard Myhill (later)
- Queen's Aloha Oe C - Kapono Beamer, Queen Lili'uokalani (SpongeBob visits Plankton)
- Dramatic Cue (h) - Ronald Hanmer ("That naive cube!")
- Grass Skirts Blowing - Jan Rap [TRF Music] (jellyfishing)
- Footsteps of Horror - William Farran (Plankton's daydream)
- F.U.N. Song - Sherm Cohen, Brad Carow [original composition]
- On the Beach - Kapono Beamer (that night)
- The Tip Top Polka/The Cliff Polka - Chelmsford Folk Band [CPM] (the Krusty Krab the next day)
- Dramatic Cue (d) - Ronald Hanmer (photo of SpongeBob and Plankton together)
- Footsteps of Horror - William Farran ("What's this all about, Mr. Krabs?")
- Facing the Challenge - Gregor Narholz ("Hang on there, laddie, I'm a-coming!")
- A Pirate's Life for Me (a) - Ron Goodwin (SpongeBob and Plankton at the movies)
- Curse of Evil 1 [#44] - Gregor Narholz (Krabs' shadow appears on the movie screen)
- Fates - Gregor Narholz (SpongeBob finds a Krabby Patty in Plankton's pocket)
- Whisper from the Past - Gregor Narholz (Plankton cries)
- Glamorous Affair A - John Fox, Otto Sieben ("Oh, darling, I knew nothing would ever tear us apart.")
- Oyster Girls - Robert White (ending)


  1. Fun fact - the Jazz Fanfare from "Culture Shock" is taken from another Gerhard Narholz piece (Tony Tape is a pseudonym), "Open Game", performed by Etienne Cap's Orchestra.

  2. Doesn't "Fates [#62]" belong to Culture Shock and "Fates [#61] belong to F.U.N.?

    1. I usually leave out the track number if the default/earliest-numbered version of the track is what plays in the episode.

  3. Hey there. I really need to know how you got to identify Driving Jazz #9.06 as the musical piece when Squidward comes to stage. I'd rather love if you could help me find a way to get to the full song or something. Perhaps a link? Or maybe some info about it. But please, I really need to know.

    1. I identified the track on APM's website when the CPM library was still part of APM. The track can currently be heard on the Warner/Chappell Production Music website - just type "driving jazz" into the search bar and it'll be the third one down.