Thursday, July 1, 2010

SB-129 / Karate Choppers


SB-129:
- Sounds of Science 1 - Josef Mundigl (title card)
- Lonely on the Beach - Jan Rap [TRF Music/Dennis Music] (opening)
- SpongeBob Closing Theme - Steve Belfer, Nicolas Carr (SpongeBob and Patrick at Squidward's door)
- The Rake Hornpipe - Robert White (Squidward hides in the Krusty Krab freezer)
- Death Trap - Gregor Narholz (the door's locked)
- Hawaiian Link (b) - Richard Myhill ("I'll be out of here in no time.")
- House of Horror - William Farran (2000 years later)
- Sounds of Science 1 - Josef Mundigl; SpongeBob Closing Theme - Steve Belfer, Nicolas Carr (Squidward in the future)
- The Gypsy Violinist - Dick Walter ("I don't belong here.")
- Aloha Oe - Hans Haider, Queen Lili'uokalani [removed from APM site] ("I got to get home to my own time period.")
- Dorothy - Tony Tape (inside the time machine)
- [various tracks blended together] (time machine disappears)
- ? (Squidward in the past)
- Lovely Scenery C - Mladen Franko (prehistoric SpongeBob revealed)
- SpongeBob Closing Theme - Steve Belfer, Nicolas Carr (Squidward invents jellyfishing)
- [original music by Brad Carow] (Squidward playing clarinet)
- Dangerous A - Mladen Franko (prehistoric SpongeBob and Patrick chase Squidward)
- Dorothy - Tony Tape (inside time machine)
- [various tracks blended together] (time machine disappears)
- ? (Squidward in a blank white void)
- Space Work 14 - Vladimir Jr. Kos ("I gotta get out of here!")
- Dorothy - Tony Tape (inside time machine)
- [various tracks blended together] (time machine disappears)
- Grass Skirts Blowing - Jan Rap [TRF Music] (ending)


Karate Choppers:
- Take That! (a) - Helene Muddiman (title card)
- Panther Prowl - David Farnon [CPM] (opening)
- Cieszyn Polka - Wladyslaw Raczkowski (TV show)
- Police Car - Sam Spence (SpongeBob screams)
- Take That! (a) - Helene Muddiman (SpongeBob and Sandy doing karate)
- Police Car - Sam Spence (SpongeBob throws Sandy through the door)
- Hawaiian Link (a) - Richard Myhill ("That'll be the day!")
- Take That! (a) - Helene Muddiman (karate over the phone)
- Bossa Cubana - Gerhard Narholz (Sandy shopping)
- Take That! (a) - Helene Muddiman (tin cans)
- Police Car - Sam Spence (SpongeBob laughs)
- Dancing the Hula - Kapono Beamer ("What a beautiful day!")
- Take That! (a) - Helene Muddiman (more karate)
- House of Horror - William Farran (volcano sauce)
- Death Trap - Gregor Narholz ("By the powers of naughtiness...")
- Panther Prowl - David Farnon [CPM] (Sandy drinking volcano sauce)
- Take That! (a) - Helene Muddiman (novelty toy)
- The Rake Hornpipe - Robert White (at the Krusty Krab)
- Keep Cool - Laurence Cottle, Ian Thomas (customer swatting a fly)
- Blow the Man Down (b) - Tim Laycock, Robert White (Krabs tells SpongeBob to get back to work)
- Keep Cool - Laurence Cottle, Ian Thomas (SpongeBob enters the bathroom)
- Sailor's Waltz - Heinz Matschurat (Krabs tells SpongeBob to stop doing karate)
- Hawaiian Link (b) - Richard Myhill ("Fired?")
- Take That! (a) - Helene Muddiman (Sandy appears)
- Stack of Leis - Kapono Beamer (SpongeBob crying)
- Vibe Link (b) - Richard Myhill ("We can?")
- Nostalgic Hawaii - Jan Rap [TRF Music/Dennis Music] (SpongeBob squeezes a rock)
- On the Beach - Kapono Beamer (SpongeBob and Sandy on a picnic)
- Mavericks - The Woodies [on the Season 1 DVD, this is replaced with "El Dementia" by The Surfdusters] (karate chopping sandwich ingredients)
- Police Car - Sam Spence (sting)
- Take That! (a) - Helene Muddiman (they fight)
- Hawaiian Link (a) - Richard Myhill (everything cut in half)
- Dramatic Cue (d) - Ronald Hanmer (SpongeBob screams)
- O Makalapua B - Kapono Beamer ("Oh, all right, Mr. Krabs, you caught me.")
- Take That! (a) - Helene Muddiman (ending)

11 comments:

  1. Karate Choppers:
    - Take That! (a) - Helene C.C. Muddiman (title card)

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  2. Karate Choppers:

    Cieszyn Polka - Wladyslaw Rakowski (TV show)

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  3. I do believe that in the shot of Squidward in the time machine right after leaving the primitive world, among the mystery track when the time machine travels, I hear a bit of Kapono Beamer's "On the Beach".

    This leads into some interesting thoughts: What if this track is just a mashup of a bunch of APM tracks, but weirdly blended to create something weird?

    Contrary, we'll most likely never find that ambient noise when Squidward first arrives in Nowhere.

    On the Karate Choppers spectrum, yay Mavericks!

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    1. I feel like the ambiance is a track by Ryszard Szeremeta. Sounds similar to his "Electronic Point 14".

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  4. The music that plays when Squidward is in the past also plays in the 4D SpongeBob ride where SpongeBob is in Rock Bottom. The ride otherwise uses original music, so this leads to me thinking that it's an original track.

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    1. Isn't what's playing there just stock sounds? The music I think the breakdown is referring to is the two-note beat playing when Squidward gets out of the time machine and encounters the tapeworm.

      Pretty good guess with Electronic Point 14 though. Wouldn't surprise me, since this episode got good mileage out of SCD-0062.

      Once again, still sticking with my theory that the time travel music is a weird mashup of other tracks. I still know I hear On the Beach briefly. One theory I've had is if the backwards violin is Gypsy Violinist or some other Dick Walter violin track.

      (Off-topic but the day Squidward goes into the freezer is finally here. Hype?)

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    2. This article seems to back up that theory. According to it, the time machine sound effects were the result of Nick Carr's audio software crashing and playing bizarre fragments of various tracks. I'm not sure how to list it in the breakdown just yet (I hesitate to call it "original music" since it's technically not, and I can't really make out anything discernible while listening to it):
      https://www.emusician.com/how-to/cartoon-cutups

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  5. I did some searches on the Softonic CD containing the "Sounds of Science" and "Space Work" tracks used in "SB-129", and I found some alternate track titles on that album used for those tracks on Discogs.

    * "Sounds of Science 1": "Tiny Particles"
    * "Space Work 14": "Space-Horror"

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  6. Minor side note on Space Work 14; Don't know exactly when, but the APM site has now added "Jr" to Vladimir Kos' name.

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  7. Do you recall "The Lion's Roar" by Jonathan Neal playing anywhere in these episodes? It's listen in the cue sheet for these two.

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    1. No, I do not. I suppose it could be part of the mishmash of tracks that play when Squidward uses the time machine, but as I said I can't hear anything discernible in it.

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