Thursday, February 5, 2015

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water


- Paramount 100th Anniversary Fanfare - Michael Giacchino (Paramount logo)
- [original music by John Debney] (opening titles/Burger Beard on island)
- SpongeBob SquarePants Theme - Derek Drymon, Stephen Hillenburg, Mark Harrison, Blaise Smith (gulls sing this)
- You're Nice - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield (story begins)
- [original music by John Debney] (Plankton introduced in story; tartar sauce dropped from plane; firing potatoes at Plankton)
- Seaweed [listed in credits as Gator] - Steve Belfer ("Hey, it's raining fries!")
- [original music by John Debney] (plane crashes)
- Seaweed - Steve Belfer ("Hey, it's raining pickles!")
- [original music by John Debney] (tank lands on fish)
- Hawaii Walk - The Blue Hawaiians (Sandy at drive-thru)
- [original music by John Debney] (firing condiments at Plankton; giant robot emerges from mayo; Plankton gets out his wallet)
- Saltwater Works - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield (Plankton gives Krabs his last cent)
- [original music by John Debney] (Plankton in Krabs' safe; SpongeBob and Plankton escape in a bubble; fake ending)
- Bikini Bottom News Theme - Nicolas Carr (Sandy turns on the TV)
- [original music by John Debney] (Patrick banging on Sandy's treedome)
- Bikini Bottom News Theme - Nicolas Carr (news bulletin)
- [original music by John Debney] (page falls from above; mob chases SpongeBob; Plankton enters SpongeBob's brain)
- Teamwork - Riki Lindhome, Kate Micucci (SpongeBob sings this)
- [original music by John Debney] (getting the key)
- Brahms' Lullaby - Johannes Brahms (Plankton tells a bedtime story)
- [original music by John Debney] (Plankton rescues Karen)
- Everybody Polka! - Glenn Rueger [FirstCom Music] (at Taco Haus)
- [original music by John Debney] (building the time machine)
- Teamwork - Riki Lindhome, Kate Micucci (SpongeBob and Plankton sing this)
- [original music by John Debney] ("I'm glad you're on my te-am.")
- Squeeze Me - N.E.R.D. (time travel warp scenes)
- [original music by John Debney] (Bubbles introduced)
- Mannequins in Love - Marc Ferrari, William Joseph Martin [FirstCom Music] (muzak in bathroom)
- [original music by John Debney] (stealing the formula back; Sandy proposes a sacrifice)
- The Ecstasy of Gold - Ennio Morricone ("Look at me. I've become like all of you.")
- [original music by John Debney] (Bubbles to the rescue!)
- Love's Theme - Barry White ("Where have you been all my life?")
- [original music by John Debney] (beachfront antics)
- Twelfth Street Rag - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield (SpongeBob and Patrick eating cotton candy)
- Here We Go - Steve Johnson, Christopher Slack [APM] (techno music while running through different backdrops)
- [original music by John Debney] ("Hey guys, I smell Krabby Patties!")
- Kanjinchou - Takeshi Terauchi (Burger Beard taking orders)
- [original music by John Debney] (SpongeBob and co. as superheroes)
- I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles - Bob Alame, Frank Loesser, Lawrence Welk (capturing cannonballs in bubbles)
- [original music by John Debney] (Plank-Ton revealed)
- Hawaiian Adventures SpongeBob Theme - Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield ("We'd like 3000 Krabby Patties!")
- Buggy Girl - David Hamburger, John Hunter Jr, Jonathan Slott [FirstCom Music] ("See you later, teammate!")
- SpongeBob SquarePants Theme - Derek Drymon, Stephen Hillenburg, Mark Harrison, Blaise Smith (Burger Beard and gulls sing this)
- Rap Battle - Peter Shukoff, Lloyd Ahlquist (Bubbles sings this)
- Squeeze Me - N.E.R.D. (closing credits part 1)
- Patrick Star - N.E.R.D. (closing credits part 2)
- Sandy Squirrel - N.E.R.D. (closing credits part 3)
- [original music by John Debney] (closing credits part 4)

16 comments:

  1. Hey there Allen, I know this has little to do with your post, but there used to be a way to download APM music as mp3s from all of it's labels; for instance, "http://www.apmmusic.com/audio/BR/BRU_BR_0356/BRU_BR_0356_03001.mp3" Now I'm kinda bummed since APM changed their layout and those links are no longer working. I wonder if there's any possible way to be able to download without an APM account again?

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    1. There is a software called LoviMusic. If it's on, it can help you download anything from APM site. But I won't give you the download link in order to avoid spamming.

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  2. Hi all, talking about it, I'd like know if it's possible to create an account for listening the APM tracks out of the United States, since I'm not from there and I think that it's unfair that some persons can't be able to do it. If the answer is yes, I'll be very glad! Thank you!

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    1. It's not possible, actually. Sorry.

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    2. You don't need an account to listen to the tracks. https://search.apmmusic.com/#search And if you want to download them, then you could use "Audacity" and set the recording setting to "Stereo Mix" and it will record your PC sounds. Hope I helped.

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  3. Hi again. Well, I've seen that it's possible to enter to the APM search engine and the corresponding page appears instead of a diferent page that was before. Then, it means that it's possible to search a track or a library, right?

    Now the problem is that if I can find the track in the search box, when I tried to select it by double click nothing happends. Then, how can I listen at least a track? And thankx!

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    1. To listen to a track, click the triangular grey "Play" button to the left of the track title, which will turn red/maroon when you mouse over it. To see additional track information, including multiple versions of a track, click the downward-pointing arrow that will appear below the Play button upon mouse over.

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  4. Hi,

    Sorry if I'm leaving a comment too late, but well, no matter.

    As it's said, now it's possible to navigate trough the APM site for looking a track. Unfortunately, I have two problems:

    1) When the page loads and I try to search a track, sometimes the engine doesn't show me any result, in spite of I have copied and pasted the title, with a right spelling.
    2) When I can find a track, I'm unable to listen it. Why? Because I'm using a screen reader since I'm a blind person, and this one doesn't read me the butons of which you're talking about.

    I would like to find a solution, specially for the last problem, because it's hard to get some tracks when this is inaccessible. Can anyone help me, please? Thanks a lot!

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    1. Regarding your first question, the "Track Title" check box (located in the "Settings" drop down menu next to the search bar) is no longer selected by default and now has to be selected manually in order to search for tracks by title.

      Regarding your second question, the "Play" and "Track Info" buttons on the APM search site have alternative text indicating which is which. If your screen reader does not read alternative text, my only advice would be to try using a different screen reader or have someone assist you with browsing the site.

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  5. Hey, Allen. The original score by John Debney is up on iTunes and the tracks have titles too.

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/spongebob-movie-sponge-out/id976361400

    Figured this would help with identifying the original score.

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    1. I'm aware of that - this was the soundtrack album I was referring to above. I've omitted the track titles from the breakdown due to most of them just being descriptions of the scenes.

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    2. Search in ASCAP for "SPONGEBOB MOVIE: SPONGE OUT OF WATER SCORE" and in alternate titles section, you'll see the description of scenes in which Debney's music was used.

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    3. Just checked and you're right. Thanks - must have missed that before. Just for reference, here are the cues not included in the John Debney soundtrack album:
      ANGRY BUBBLES
      BIKINI BOTTOM APOCALYPSE
      BOOK PAGE LANDS ON SANDY'S HOUSE
      BUILD TO SQUIDWARD OPENING DOOR
      BUILDING TIME MACHINE
      BURGERBEARD CONT'S TO READ STORY
      CHASE AT A SNAIL'S PACE
      CHASING SEAGULLS AWAY
      CHASING THE CHUM BUCKET
      DAWN OF TIME
      FIRING THE KETCHUP GUN
      GIMME A BOOST
      GRABBING SPONGEBOB
      HE BRINGS LOYALTY
      MR SUPERAWESOMENESS CONES
      PATRICK WANTS HER KRABBY PATTY
      PLANKTON'S PLANE
      PLANKTON'S SAPPY GOODBYE TO KAREN
      PLANKTON'S WALLET STING
      RAINBOW!
      REPORTER ATTACKED
      SERIOUR [sic] AFT KICKING
      STAKING OUT THE CHUMBUCKET
      THE RODENT
      THE SACRIFICE
      TO THE CHUM BUCKET
      WHO WANTS SOME HOT WINGS

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  6. I think it might be more likely that they got the FirstCom tracks from Universal (UPPM). Most of the same libraries are there, plus a good deal more- including the ones used in the movie.
    Heck, their websites are almost identical.

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