Friday, July 17, 2015

Lost in Bikini Bottom / Tutor Sauce


Lost in Bikini Bottom:
- SpongeBob History Song [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (title card)
- Aloha Oe - Hans Haider, Queen Lili'uokalani [removed from APM site] (opening)
- Steel Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Ready for work!")
- Vibe Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] (SpongeBob stops)
- Nude Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Not ready for work!")
- Spongey Bubbles [original music by Steve Belfer] (SpongeBob and Squidward walking to work)
- Daily Chores Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] ("I don't follow.")
- Lap Steel [original music by Nicolas Carr] (transition to next scene)
- A Fishy Conversation [original music by Barry Anthony] (SpongeBob checks his watch)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Patrick walks by)
- [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] ("Yoo-hoo!")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("You're still not getting it.")
- Dramatic Bridge 1 - Phil Green [CPM] ("Now this is what I call a real great shortcut.")
- ? (wilderness training)
- Pell-Mell - Sam Spence (SpongeBob looking for local landmarks)
- ? (large and unusual shell)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("There it is! The Krusty Krab!")
- Parting of the Clouds [original music by Nicolas Carr] (choir)
- Hawaiian Breeze - Jon Jelmer (Squidward relaxing at the Krusty Krab)
- Lopey Sailor's Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] ("Well, look at this.")
- ? (guy painting signs)
- Short Military Bridge [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Sandy's wilderness tips are always on the money.")
- Assault - Phil Green, Geoffrey Love, Ken Thorne [CPM] ("I'm lost!")
- Desperate Situation - Phil Green [CPM] (several broken hydrants)
- Danger Sign - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin [CPM] (SpongeBob calls Squidward)
- Grass Skirt Chase [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob looking for a dime)
- Noodly Shenanigans [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] ("This is our abandoned sofa!")
- Creeping Up - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin [CPM] ("Hey, listen.")
- SpongeBob History Song [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] ("Need a ride somewhere?")
- Disastrous Event 2 - Harry Lubin [CPM] ("Krusty Klam?!")
- Panic Patrol - Kenny Graham (SpongeBob goes through a sewage pipe)
- Climb to Altitude - Trevor Duncan ("That's the Krusty Krab!")
- Vibe Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Patrick?")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (pedicab)
- Jovial Pirates Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] ("Squidward, can you believe I made it?")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("I'm as neat as a pin?")
- Slide Whistle Song [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (Squidward rolling in dirt)
- Tentically Speaking [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (ending)


Tutor Sauce:
- Jovial Pirates Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (title card)
- The Tip Top Polka/The Cliff Polka - Chelmsford Folk Band [CPM] (opening at Krusty Krab)
- ? (Squidward pours salt on Krabs)
- Another Krusty Krab Day [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] ("All right, that's enough.")
- Drowsy Reef [original music by Jeremy Wakefield and Sage Guyton] (SpongeBob crying)
- ? (Krabs offers to teach SpongeBob how to drive)
- Armed Attack - Jean Clero ("It's all a racket.")
- Achievements in Aviation - Anthony Mawer ("Now put her in gear!")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs laughs nervously)
- Lap Steel [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("We need a change of venue.")
- [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (empty parking lot)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (boat crashes into Krusty Krab)
- Tension Bits [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob trying to inch forward)
- ? (Krabs examining the damage)
- Unease - Dick Walter (Krabs' inner monologue)
- Solo Steel [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Now here's a place you should be comfortable with.")
- Lap Steel Lullabye [original music by Nicolas Carr] (SpongeBob falls asleep)
- Grass Skirt Chase [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (boat slams into Patrick's rock)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Okay, that was just fine.")
- Harp Ding [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Or can ye?")
- ? (arcade music)
- Lap Steel [original music by Nicolas Carr] (transition to next scene)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (worker climbs ladder)
- Sponge Monger [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob driving wildly)
- Disastrous Event 2 - Harry Lubin [CPM] (several cars smash into the Krusty Krab)
- The Fruitcake Vendor [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (worker gives Krabs the bill)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("I'm sorry, Mr. Krabs.")
- The Irish Patriot - Sam Spence (pep talk)
- Up She Rises - Sam Spence (double roundabout)
- ? (Gary navigates the roundabout)
- Lopey Sailor's Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] ("There you go, SpongeBob.")
- Bikini Bottom Police [original music by Nicolas Carr] (cop pulls up)
- The Fruitcake Vendor [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (cop writes Krabs a ticket)
- Horlepiep - Jan Rap (Krabs at boating school)

15 comments:

  1. When worker gives Krabs the bill, it's actually "The Fruitcake Vendor" that's playing.

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  2. Allen-
    Even though this isn't related to the breakdown, I do want to say that I believe that the "trail of pennies" track from Goo Goo Gas could be original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr. Also, I think the "Way of the Sponge" track could be from Hella Good Records.

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    1. I don't think Michael Bolger was doing music for the show in Season 5; my guess would've been Steve Marston for that one.

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  3. Thank you for your service with these. You are amazingly quick.

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  4. Hey, Allen. I know it's been a while since I identified a track and that not a lot of APM tracks have been found. But, here's some ways you can possibly find some of the unknown tracks:

    When you click on the "Tempo Tags" on the APM website, at the bottom is the BPM line with 0 on the left and 240 on the right. You can move the 0 dot to the right and the 240 dot to the left to figure out tempo ranges for the tracks and hit "APPLY" when you've figured it out.

    I figured out possible tempos for these unknown tracks by synchronizing the tracks with a metronome:

    1) For the "Summer Job" comedy chase track, the tempo is anywhere around 163 BPM. So you can use the BPM line on the APM site to experiment with tempo ranges around 163 BPM.

    2) For the "Krusty Krushers" track, the tempo is around 113-117 BPM. Also, this track was used in another Camp Lazlo episode, besides "Cave Chatter", which is "Float Trippers" which aired in August 2005. So the latest release date for this track could be August 2005.

    3) For the "Grooming Gary" track, the tempo could be around 130 BPM.

    4) For the Middle Eastern sounding "Tunnel of Glove" track, it could be around 100 BPM

    5) For the "Something Smells" track, the tempo can be around 105 BPM. Due to the episode's air date, the latest possible release date for the track can be October 2000.

    6) The "cowboy" "Bossy Boots" track can be around 147 BPM.

    7) The first classical sounding "Don't look now" track can be around 150 BPM.

    I hope this helps with more APM tracks being found!

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  5. - Would I be correct in saying that the "Maybe it's her fur!" track from "Survival of the Idiots" is original music by Nicolas Carr, because it plays in "Missing Identity" and "Patty Hype"?

    - Would I also be correct by saying the arrangement of "Scotland the Brave" used in "Patty Hype" is actually an APM track ("Scotland the Brave/the Rowan Tree" by Bobby Forsyth) if you click on change speed in Audacity and type in approximately 11.500 for the percent change?

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  6. -The arrangement of "The Drunken Sailor" played in "SpongeBob Vs. the Patty Gadget" is probably by Brian Peters, with the the pitch changed a little.

    -The 2nd unknown "Dunces and Dragons" (also used in "Chimps Ahoy") track MIGHT be "Final Judgement" by Dave Hewson.

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    1. Nope. I suspect the arrangement is by Nicolas Carr, or one of the show's in-house musicians at least. I think the choir piece may be Carr's as well, but I'm hesitant to add any of this to the breakdowns just yet as it's mostly conjecture.

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  7. 'Kay. The arrangement of "Taps" played in "Band Geeks" is likely by Carr. A listing on his page on BMI lists an arrangement of "Taps".

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  8. Hi folks,

    Could you say me where can I find the tracks of Hans Haider such as "Aloha Oe"? It seems these are not into the APM Music. Thanks!

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    1. The album these tracks come from is titled "Hawaii & South Pacific" and is part of APM's "Selected Sound" library. This album, and several others from Selected Sound, were removed from the APM website a few years ago. Two tracks, "Aloha Oe" and "Honolulu March," can be purchased from iTunes/Amazon and are also on YouTube (these are credited to "George Kulokahai and His Island Serenaders," but I'm going with the credits on the actual Selected Sound album).

      The full album can still be purchased from some places including Discogs and Amazon (links below). Please note that the copies for sale on Discogs appear to be vinyl:
      http://www.discogs.com/Various-Hawaii-South-Pacific/release/4343058
      http://www.amazon.com/Hawai-South-Pacific-Various-Artists/dp/B00000ASD0
      http://www.amazon.de/Hawaii-South-Pacific-Various/dp/B00000ASD0

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  9. What version of "Assault" played in Lost in Bikini Bottom?

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    1. If no track number is listed, it's usually the longest or earliest-numbered version of the track.

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