Sunday, June 18, 2017

Patrick's Coupon / Out of the Picture


Patrick's Coupon:
- You're Nice [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (title card)
- Pell-Mell - Sam Spence (sea spider at Patrick's house)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Oh boy, here it is!")
- Vibe Q Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Hmm...")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Patrick sees a photo of him and SpongeBob)
- Skipping to School [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob with ice cream)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Because I'm a nice guy!")
- Daily Chores Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (outside the Krusty Krab)
- ? ("You should be ashamed of yourself.")
- ? (Patrick walks away nervously)
- They're Coming! - Trevor Duncan (Patrick thinks everyone wants his coupon)
- Bikini Bottom Police [original music by Nicolas Carr] (cop at cafe)
- Sponge Monger [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Patrick runs away)
- Curtain-Raiser - Alan Braden (Patrick hides on sidewalk of stars)
- Rainbow Delights - Magnum Opus (Patrick enters the ice cream store)
- Picnic in the Park - John Rhodes (Patrick walks up to the counter)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (the coupon's expired)
- Murder Scene Sting [#60] - Tony Kinsey (Patrick gets upset)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Patrick's kicked out of the store)
- Drama Link (d) - Hubert Clifford (closeup of Patrick laying on the ground)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Never mind, continue and bump it up a little bit.")
- Spellweaver - Magnum Opus (janitor tells Patrick about the ice cream king)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Patrick runs up the mountain)
- Vault of Secrets - Magnum Opus (ice cream king grabs Patrick)
- Goofy Conversation [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (inside the king's mansion)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Poog Ydlabrag: The King's Challenge!")
- Pomp and Glory - Sam Spence (hair growing contest)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("That's sad.")
- Pomp and Glory - Sam Spence ("Watch this!")
- Variety Link (d) - Dick Walter (king grows sideburns)
- Timpani Opener March - Sam Spence (Patrick struggles to grow more hair)
- Nude Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] (Patrick's armpit hair)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] (Patrick and king wearing ice cream suits)
- Retro Cool 03 095 D [aka Playa Hater] - Steve Sechi/Big Fish Audio (sparring match)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("You have played with skill and courage.")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("One free ice cream cone!")
- Bikini Bottom Bound [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (ending)


Out of the Picture:
- Coconut Cream Pie [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (title card)
- Fanfares 18 C Maj - Marcin Pospieszalski ("Behold my wondrous paintings!")
- Tension Bits [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (Squidward gets angry)
- [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Squidward trying to sell paintings)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (customer pukes on painting)
- Surf Happy Fun (Underscore) - Billy Lincoln [Superfly Audio] (Larry eating a salad)
- Dramatic Cue (b) - Ronald Hanmer ("My eyes!")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Squidward backs away)
- House of Horror - William Farran (mother and son scream)
- ? ("That's it, Squidward is scaring me customers away!")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Mr. Krabs, Squidward is our friend.")
- [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] ("Nice?")
- Vibe Q Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Valuable? What do you mean?")
- Library of Congress - Jack Shaindlin (SpongeBob explains what he means)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs takes all of Squidward's art)
- [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Krabs puts up a rope barrier)
- Fooling Around [original music by Barry Anthony] (art appraiser appears)
- Harps and Bells [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("I sold all my art?")
- Harpsichord Classical Bits [original music by Barry Anthony] (Squidward paints his autograph on someone's forehead)
- Four Evil Men (c) - Trevor Duncan (Squidward's thrown out the door)
- The Fruitcake Vendor [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (appraiser explains how paintings can become more valuable)
- Dirgey [original music by Nicolas Carr and Steve Marston] ("Out of the picture, eh?")
- The Fruitcake Vendor [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] ("Got a delivery for you, Mr. Squidward!")
- Armed Attack - Jean Clero (Squidward in the arctic)
- Vibe Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("SpongeBob?")
- Tentically Speaking [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Squidward delivers food to a whale)
- Lite Conversation [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (Krabs on the phone)
- Nude Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("What the seahorse?!")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Your eyes are so pretty.")
- Moon Walk - John Fox (bus trip to Rock Bottom)
- Surf 02 158 D - Dieguis Productions/Big Fish Audio (monsters put on party hats)
- The Fruitcake Vendor [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (Krabs on the phone again)
- Missile Disaster - John Fox (rocket to Mars)
- Alien Spacecraft A - Gregor Narholz ("Delivery from the Krusty Krab.")
- Lopey Sailor's Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Krabs talking to appraiser)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs cries)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("...wherever he is.")
- Space Critters A - Gregor Narholz (UFO drops Squidward off)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("So, who wants to talk about my use of color and brush strokes?")
- [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Krabs is angry)
- Grass Skirt Chase [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs runs after Squidward with a mallet)
- [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (three hours later)
- Four Evil Men (c) - Trevor Duncan (SpongeBob hides Squidward behind a rock)
- Romantic Endeavour - Thomas Kraus ("I'll never get off of you, Squidward.")
- Mutations (a) [#53] - Trevor Duncan (Krabs reappears with the mallet)
- Epic Adventure - Dick Walter (Krabs chases them back to the Krusty Krab)
- Vibe Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Really?")
- Fight for Your Life! - Gregor Narholz ("Yes! Feel my art!")
- Vibe Q Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Really?")
- Greenhorn Rag [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs and Squidward destroying the Krusty Krab)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs and Squidward exhausted)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (appraiser begins to walk away)
- Lap Steel [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Aha!")
- Scintillating Stars - John Howlett (at an art museum)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("And I helped!")

17 comments:

  1. What's the name of that "ta-da" sound effect that shows up in "Mimic Madness", "Nautical Novice", and a few other episodes?

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    1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFra-HdC0ys

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    2. Thanks. I have a few final questions:
      1. Not SpongeBob related, but how were they were able to use those Gerhard Trede tracks in "Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen" and "Stimpy's Fan Club"? They were both released in 1992 or so, but the album with those tracks was released in 1995.
      2. What're the names of those Nicolas Carr cues that play in "Karate Island" and "The Way of the Sponge", among other episodes?
      3. Where can I find those cue sheets on GEMA's website?

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    3. 1. Those tracks are listed by different titles in the SABAM website cue sheets for R&S, so the Trede albums currently on APM's website are probably reissues.
      2. The only one I actually know the title of is "Exotic Sting."
      3. Start on this page and click "English" at the top. Go to "Music search" and select "Product title" from the first drop-down menu. Select "includes" from the next drop-down menu and type in "SpongeBob." Unfortunately, the results are kind of a mess, and I forget which specific ones actually list tracks used in the show (the vast majority do not).

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    4. Geez, I'm amazed GEMA was any use at all. I can't make any sense of these lists, nor can I find the episode ones. Must've been a miracle to find anything sensible in there.

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    5. I found some of them again after browsing through the first few pages of results. Check out "Folge 40" on the first page of results, "Folge 38" and "Folge 39" on page 2, and "Folge 35" on page 5, which correspond to several Season 4 episodes (and one Season 2 episode, "Gary Takes a Bath"). There may have been more than that, but it's been a while since I've used the site, so please bear with me.

      My understanding is that these cue sheets are not for the actual episodes, but for German CDs that contain the episodes' soundtracks (example). Strangely, not all of these CDs use the same music as the actual show; instead, many of them feature alternate music by "A. Mackenrott" and "M. Berg." Lubov may be able to provide more info, as he was the one who informed me of the site in the first place.

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    6. So from what I can gather, Folge 40 contains Gary Takes a Bath, The Thing, Hocus Pocus, and The Gift of Gum, Folge 38 contains Bummer Vacation (which cuts off halfway through), Wigstruck, Squidtastic Voyage, and That's No Lady, Folge 39 contains Born to be Wild, Best Frenemies, The Pink Purloiner, and Squid Wood, and Folge 35 contains Whale of a Birthday (in quite a messy state), Wishing You Well, Squeaky Boots (for WHATEVER reason), and The Best Day Ever.

      Everything was for the most part straightforward, though there were a few library-related oddities early on. The Thing's list showed a Tympup between Comic Walk and Drama Link (d), Hocus Pocus has a Lighting the Fuse between Rescue and Trombone Cha-Cha, and The Gift of Gum lists Pell-Mell playing for a runtime of one second between City Heat and Vibe Q Sting. I haven't seen these three episodes in a really long time so I can't confirm whether these tracks being there is accurate or not. Nothing much out of the ordinary after that, aside from the lists getting Gator and Seaweed mixed up.

      Sadly, even GEMA had nothing on the unknowns in Bummer Vacation, Wigstruck, or Best Day Ever.

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    7. In addition, a season 8 special "It's a SpongeBob Christmas!" was released in Germany the same way: as a separate audio tale. The original soundtrack is kept.
      But the company that made these CDs doesn't release any SB audio tales any more.

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    8. About GEMA, there's two cues on there I'm curious about: "Great Idea Patrick", and "Whats This", both by a certain Nick Carr. Allen, which cues are those? There's also the dramatic sting he composed that's in "Patrick SmartPants", "Truth or Square", "The Splinter", and a few others, which I'm assuming was ID'd with GEMA. Which one is that?

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    9. I think "Whats This" might just be an alternate title for "Vibe Q Sting." Not sure about "Great Idea Patrick." I forget how the dramatic sting was identified.

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    10. I think the dramatic sting by Carr is called "Coaster Countdown" because it played right when the roller coaster was about to start in "Roller Cowards". What do you think Allen?

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    11. Just found it listed in MACP. I think that might be how it was identified. I didn't include the title because it falls under the category of track titles that merely describe the scenes they play in.

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  2. Hey Allen, not SpongeBob related, but could you possibly help me identify these possible stock music tracks from "My Gym Partner's a Monkey":

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rsbj-qlucZg&t=608s:

    1:07-1:56

    2:11-2:17

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0xyU5BmsP8&t=4939s:

    1:21:13-1:21:27

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZICX49bmlbs&t=3665s:

    1:02:55-1:03:21

    1:03:22-1:03:46

    If you know any of the tracks, you can comment on this link, too:

    https://gympartnermusic.wordpress.com/

    Please let me know. Thanks!

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    1. So Allen, do you know any of these tracks?

      If not, I was wondering if you could post this question of mine on the Library Music Themes forum, please?

      I'm not really interested in joining the forum.

      Please let me know. Thanks!

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  3. - [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (outside the Krusty Krab)

    I've been searching GEMA and I think this may be called "In a Minor Mood Jig". It was in the section with all the tracks that were introduced in season 7 and this track was introduced then. There's also a Carr-Bolger track there called "Happy Sack Shanty" but I think that may be a different track.

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    1. Which section of GEMA has all the tracks introduced in Season 7?

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    2. Well if you search Nicolas Carr and just scroll through every page, you'll eventually find all the tracks introduced season 7-era. (ex: Bikini Bottom Public Access; Zeus the Guitar Lord; Krusty Krab music) Sorry for the late reply.

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