Monday, May 28, 2012


Earlier this month I was able to contact Fabian Fernandez, Barry Anthony and Ron Wasserman, who gave me information on some tracks they composed for the show. Thanks to all of you!

cummingsj27, Lubov and MAKEBELIEVE also identified some new APM tracks:
- Adventurers, The - Paul Lawler
- African Adventure - Peter Hope
- Box Melody - Leo Nissim
- Broken Ride - Harry Bluestone
- Brushes - Martyn David, Alan Bell, Roger Stephen Dexter
- Bucaneers 2 - Harry Bluestone
- Chasing Dragons - Assaf Rinde
- Death and Destruction 2 - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin
- Drum Roll to Cymbal - Martyn David, Alan Bell, Roger Stephen Dexter
- Heroes Salute - Harry Bluestone
- Horror Link (a) - Len Rawle
- Psychedelic Guitar - Henry Marsh
- Spooks Appear 1 - Harry Lubin
- Thrust and Parry - John Hawkins
- Triumphant Return 2 - Gregor F. Narholz
- Vaudeville Act - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin


  1. One new track! "Chasing Dragons" by Michael Shapiro, which plays in "Frozen Face-Off", when race continues.

  2. I believe "Broken Ride" by Harry Bluestone plays in "Glove World R.I.P." when the swing ride slows down and when the ride speeds up. Allen J., make sure you fill in the gaps for all episodes that have Guyton, Wakefield, Bolger and Carr music.

  3. When Patrick says "...or do I?" in "Inspongeiac", I think "Vaudeville Act" plays in that scene.

  4. I think the very end of "Heroes Salute" by Harry Bluestone plays in "Mermaid Man Begins" when banker says "Thank you, sir. And to whom do I owe this debt of gratitude?"

  5. I'm not sure, but I think "Melodrama" by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin plays in "Karen 2.0" when Plankton replaces Karen's battery

  6. Also, I'm going to guess that the version of "Hail to the Chief" that plays in "WhoBob WhatPants" when SpongeBob says "I'm late for a meeting" is arranged by George Wilson. On the APM site, it just says "Traditional" for the track info for some strange reason. Here's the link for proof:

  7. I think I found a new APM track:

    - African Adventure (plays in "To Save a Squirrel")

    Allen, verify this, please.

  8. Ok, Allen, just to let you know, David B. Fain, one of the writers and directors of "Action League NOW!" said that he would upload some of the rare episodes of the show and even a high-quality version of "Hey! Who Stole My Face?". Right now, he had uploaded "Fatter" to his Vimeo account:

    Since this is a private video, the password is "Fatter".

    Also make sure you use a capital "F" not lowercase.

    If he has the other two I'm looking for, I'll let you know.

  9. Actually, the link might not last too long. So, once you get in, you can download the video as a mov file.

    1. All you have to do is right click on the mov link and click save link as and then "Fatter" will be on your desktop.

  10. Just so the "Bubblestand / Ripped Pants", "Jellyfishing / Plankton!", "Pizza Delivery / Home Sweet Pineapple", "Sandy's Rocket / Squeaky Boots", and "No Weenies Allowed / Squilliam Returns" breakdowns may finally be completed, I think the remaining unknown tracks in those breakdowns are original compositions by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

  11. To second MAKEBELIEVE's info, I have an archived comment he left on the Speedy Boris SB APM list giving original pieces, without refs. to already-identified pieces and with my bits in brackets:
    "Here are some non-APM tracks:
    * The 'Krabs vs. Plankton' track that plays in the beginning is original music by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton [Ed: Hawaiian guitars with 2 male vocals: likely Guyton/Wakefield]
    * The 'To Squarepants or Not to Squarepants' track with Squidward showing Spongebob the wrong stuff to do is also original music by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton.
    * The 'Driven to Tears' title card music is also original music by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton.
    * The 'Patty Hype' track with Spongebob saying 'I’m ready!' is original music by Jeremy Wakefield.
    * The two 'Boating School' tracks with the montage and Spongebob riding to boating school are once again, original music by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton.
    * The 'Jellyfishing' track with Squidward trying to get the jellyfish is original music by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton.
    * The two 'Grandpappy the Pirate' mystery songs on Allen J.’s blog are original compositions as well [Ed: Accordion by Bolger?] as the other 'To Squarepants or Not to Squarepants' mystery track.
    * The 'Pink Purloiner' and 'Squid Wood' mystery tracks are original compositions also [Ed: not sure which ones by which composers, as some like the unk. flute piece may not be original cues, but the vibe cue is]
    * The 'Chimps Ahoy' track with Sandy’s bosses arriving is an original composition [unknown composer] and the other one with Patrick stealing everyone elses ideas is original music by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton.
    * The 'Flea in Her Dome' mystery track is original music by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton.
    September 12, 2010 7:08 PM"

  12. A bit more: the numerous steel stings and licks in "Krusty Towers" and newer episodes are usually original pieces, likely by Wakefield. The piece at the very end of "Krusty Towers" is probably a Wakefield or Guyton/Wakefield track.

    Another piece: either Guyton/Wakefield or maybe Belfer/Carr.

  13. (And Justice for None)

    Password: Justice

  14. I think the music that plays in "The Great Snail Race" where Gary gets a dream cloud before imagining himself watching TV is original music by Nicolas Carr.

    I also think the track that plays when Squidward is putting up a wooden fence is a Harry Bluestone track. If anyone can help me find this track, that would be great!

    1. I'm guessing that Towerstreet 17 [#23] plays in "The Lost Mattress" when Krabs is moved to the hallway.

    2. I also think original music by Jeremy Wakefield plays in "Fear of a Krabby Patty" when SpongeBob dreams about jellyfishing.

    3. Furthermore, I think the track that plays in "Survival of the Idiots" when SpongeBob says "Maybe it's her fur!" and other episodes, such as "The Krusty Plate" and "Missing Identity", is original music by Nicolas Carr.

      I think this, because a couple of his compositions have solo vibes in them, such as "Vibe Sting" and "Enigma Vibe 2". Allen, see if the vibes in this track that plays in "Survival of the Idiots" sound similar to the vibes in "Vibe Sting" and "Enigma Vibe 2".