Wednesday, April 10, 2013

"The Algae's Always Greener" update

New track that's puzzled me for a while: "Romance in Paris" by Ib Glindemann. Thanks, Lubov!

7 comments:

  1. Say, do you know where "The Riviera Affair" by Neil Richardson plays? I can't remember if it played in "Action League NOW!" or someplace else.

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  2. Not a new track, but a little correction to "Culture Shock" breakdown: "Jazz Fanfare" by Tony Tape (a.k.a. Gerhard Narholz) plays in two versions: first it's #28.02, and then #28. Hope this helps you!

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  3. This is weird- the SpongeBob SquareShorts site has its own music library!: http://www.spongebobsquareshorts.com/
    I looked up the track names and eventually found that they all come from Extreme Music (https://www.extrememusic.com/), rather than APM. Weird.

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  4. A little addition to "Demolition Doofus" breakdown: "A Jolly Jaunt (d)" plays after the "a" version when SpongeBob says "A nice peaceful stroll" and whistles.

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  5. Another addition:
    In "Bumper to Bumper" breakdown, "A Jolly Jaunt (c)" plays when Mrs. Puff says "We have a long day of driving ahead of us".
    In "Pineapple Fever", the "d" version plays when Squidward says "How about some of those games you promised?"

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  6. Another thing I noticed in "New Fish in Town". After "a" version, "the Jolly Jaunt (d)" plays when Squidward says "Wow! To think this day started off so horribly and now..." Then, the "a" version plays when SpongeBob says he's going to jellyfishing. Then the "c" version follows, and finally, the "d" again. I think it's weird.

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  7. You missed one track in the movie breakdown. When Spongebob and Patrick are falling, the original music by Gregor F. Narholz plays. It's called "Free Fall" (ASCAP ID is 361571917).

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