Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Squid Plus One / The Executive Treatment


Squid Plus One:
- You're Nice [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (title card)
- Squidward's Tiki Land - Aaron Springer, Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield (opening)
- Skipping to School [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob at door)
- Squidward's Tiki Land - Aaron Springer, Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield (Squidward sits down)
- Hawaiian Solo Steel [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (mailman cries)
- The Donut Dilemma [original music by Nicolas Carr] (Squidward gets his mail)
- Parting of the Clouds [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Why, it's beautiful!")
- Box Office [#80, #77] - Harry Bluestone, Emil Cadkin [CPM] (Squidward reads invitation)
- Lite Conversation [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] ("What are you still doing here?")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (mailman leaves)
- A Fishy Conversation [original music by Barry Anthony] (Squidward flips through Rolodex)
- Nude Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Tonight?!")
- A Fishy Conversation [original music by Barry Anthony] ("Let's see, there must be someone.")
- Gator [original music by Steve Belfer] (SpongeBob running with jump rope)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Squidward runs off)
- The Fruitcake Vendor [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] ("What? What are you...")
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("I'm an introvert!")
- Tentically Speaking [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Squidward makes conversation with the mailman)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (mailman says why he hates clarinets)
- Solo Steel [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Stupid, stupid, stupid!")
- Bumbling B - Bernd Gesell ("I've always taken a shine to you.")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (mailman runs off)
- Harp Ding [original music by Nicolas Carr] (Squidward gets an idea)
- City Bustle - Larry Hochman [CPM] ("You don't have to ask me three times!")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Oh, okeydoke.")
- Surfing Sponge [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (Larry lifting weights)
- ? (Squidward and Larry jet skiing)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (Squidward playing clarinet)
- The Fruitcake Vendor [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (Squidward asks Larry to come to the opening)
- Tension Bits [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (Larry's ticked!)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("I guess it's just you and me again.")
- You're Nice [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob appears behind Squidward)
- Harp Ding [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Friend?")
- Climb to Altitude - Trevor Duncan ("Would you be my plus one?")
- Big Show Theme - Robert Sharples (at the gallery opening)


The Executive Treatment:
- Hawaiian Adventures SpongeBob Theme [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (title card)
- [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Patrick enters the Krusty Krab)
- Man on the Go - Harold Smart (businessmen talking about Executive Treatment sandwich)
- Jovial Pirates Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Patrick orders one)
- Fates [#62] - Gregor Narholz (Patrick talks about eating a donut)
- Drama Link (b) - Hubert Clifford ("The donut is gone!")
- ? (Patrick buys glasses and tie)
- Lap Steel [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Here's your Executive Treatment!")
- Rat Race - Maynard Nelson (businessmen take Patrick away)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("What are you doing throwing away a perfectly sellable sandwich?")
- Rat Race - Maynard Nelson (businessmen going to meeting)
- Latin Nights - Sam Spence (elevator music)
- Disastrous Event 2 - Harry Lubin [CPM] ("Not 4B!")
- The Coming Conflict - Sam Spence (businessman talks about room 4B)
- Proud Citizen - Stuart Crombie (businessmen enter room 4B)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Patrick leaving)
- Busy Schedule - Cyril Watters (meeting begins)
- A Fishy Conversation [original music by Barry Anthony] (businessmen laugh at Patrick)
- ? (rimshot)
- ? (boss growls at Patrick)
- Misty Menace - Max Saunders ("I don't know who you are, but you better not be an imposter.")
- Nude Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] (boss facepalms)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Aw...")
- Morning Commute - Ronald Hanmer (montage)
- ? (Patrick submits his official report)
- Bikini Bottom Police [original music by Nicolas Carr] (cops appear)
- M'Wanna [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Patrick in jail)
- Shop-O-Rama [original music by Nicolas Carr and Fabian Fernandez] ("An executive!")
- Hawaiian Adventures SpongeBob Theme [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (ending)

5 comments:

  1. This is nothing SpongeBob related. But, do you think you can help me identify some tracks that played in Camp Lazlo?

    1) http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x26tx7x_camp-lazlo-4x10-lazlos-first-crush-living-la-vida-lumpus_shortfilms

    It plays from 3:40-4:03

    2) The music that plays here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsAczrxwuww

    Are they from Killer Tracks, DeWolfe, or APM?

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    1. Didn't recognize either of those. The second one might be DeWolfe. I'll look for it on their website when I have time.

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    2. Considering doing APM breakdowns of Camp Lazlo? Or are you just curious about those tracks?

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  2. Hey Allen, I think I found the second unknown Camp Lazlo track I mentioned!

    It's "Nick and Nora" by John Cacavas. You can listen to it at this link:

    http://www.killertracks.com/#!/results.aspx?pageNo=1&resultsPerPage=20&viewTags=1&mode=work&sortFilter=Default|Desc&shuffleSeed=619368960&keyword=nick%25252520nora

    Also, I think the first unknown Camp Lazlo track I mentioned might be by Gerhard Narholz under one of his pseudonyms or from Sonoton.

    Furthermore, the unknown "Executive Treatment" track might be by Harry Bluestone or Harry Lubin.

    One more thing, maybe this video can help you find more SB tracks:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDhoyQPlThk

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    1. I actually think that the unknown track from "Executive Treatment" is not a Bluestone/Cadkin track. Maybe it's one of Soho Archive tracks.

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