Monday, July 17, 2017

Spin the Bottle / There's a Sponge in My Soup


Spin the Bottle:
- Oriental Juggler - Victor Cavini (title card)
- Vibe Q Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Hmm. I don't remember this bottle.")
- ? (Plankton emerges from the bottle)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("I wish you back in the bottle.")
- Arabian Bazaar - Gregor Narholz (Plankton explains his plan)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Karen stuffs Plankton into the bottle)
- Lopey Sailor's Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Krabs opens his door)
- Grass Skirt Chase [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs kicks the bottle away)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("And a good morning to you, Mr. Krabs.")
- Harps and Bells [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Whoa, it's so pretty!")
- Marching Comedians A - Peter Balding, Otto Sieben (SpongeBob shakes the bottle up and down)
- Gator [original music by Steve Belfer] (SpongeBob arrives home)
- ? ("Alakazam! I am the genie of the bottle!")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Oh, yeah!")
- Oriental - Aubrey Johnson (Plankton commands SpongeBob to take him to Mr. Krabs)
- Seaweed [original music by Steve Belfer] (SpongeBob goes to Squidward's house)
- ? ("Your wish is my command.")
- Vibe Q Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Huh?")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Plankton paints Squidward's clarinet gold)
- ? ("Well, I'll be an ocean monkey's uncle!")
- More Oboe [#48] - Chrisopher Bleth, Michael Hoppe (Squidward plays clarinet)
- Harps and Bells [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Oh, magic is real!")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Plankton comes back outside)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] (Plankton suggests Mr. Krabs)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Oh, for cod's sake.")
- Holiday Playtime - Cedric Palmer (Patrick deciding what to wish for)
- Harem Harry - Bernard Ebbinghouse ("All right, your crummy wish is my command!")
- Goblin Ballet - Ernest Tomlinson (face drawn on Patrick's hand)
- Lazybones - Zoltan Biscotti, Xavier Edmunds (SpongeBob gives his last wish to Mr. Krabs)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob starts to cry)
- ? ("Your wish is my command!")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Plankton at the bank)
- Shock Headed Peter - Ronald Hanmer (Plankton brings money to Krabs)
- Arnold is Back 1 - Gregor Narholz ("You hand me that bottle!")
- Christmas Fantasy - Gregor Narholz (SpongeBob says they shouldn't be fighting)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("We're gonna play spin the bottle.")
- Merry as a Grig - Van Phillips (SpongeBob explains the rules)
- Tension Bits [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs shaking the bottle)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Plankton oozes out of the bottle)
- Saltwater Works [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (Plankton gives up)
- Islam - Laurie Johnson (a real genie appears)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Who's this clod with my bottle?")
- Middle East Mosaic - Gilbert Vinter (genie stuffs everyone in a ketchup bottle)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (genie kisses his bottle)
- Vibe Q Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Hmm?")
- Puka B [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] ("It's so heartwarming to live in a world with real magic.")
- Kalua Jubilee [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (ending) 


There's a Sponge in My Soup:
- The Drunken Sailor [arrangement by Nicolas Carr] (title card)
- The Achterhoek Dances - Jan Rap (ingredients for soup)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (soup bubbles)
- Spongeburglar [original music by Nicolas Carr] (Krabs explains how he got the ingredients)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Hippies?")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("On MY property?!")
- Malaysia - Nino Nardini, Roger Roger (group of hippies introduced)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs' eyes disintegrate)
- Hey Man - Warren Bennett (hippies jump into soup pot)
- Daily Chores Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Krabs tries a taste of the soup)
- SpongeBob History Song [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob adding ingredients to soup)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] (sitar transition)
- ? ("Make soup, not war!")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("There are hippies in the soup!")
- Shock (f) - Dave Hewson ("Avast there, ye invertebrate!")
- Noodly Shenanigans [original music by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony] (Krabs enters the kitchen)
- Malaysia - Nino Nardini, Roger Roger ("Hey hey Mr. K, how much money did you make today?")
- Dramatic Impact 6 - Ivor Slaney (Krabs' eyes explode)
- Military Manoeuver - Philippe Guez, Patrick Maarek (Krabs orders the hippies to leave)
- Fight! Fight! Fight! A - Will Schaefer (protest chants)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("Why don't you just dump the soup out?")
- ? (long hair bait)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("I got one!")
- The Scene - James Taylor (crocheted footbag)
- ? (playing bongos)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (Krabs breaks his claws)
- Harp Ding [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("I've got a drummer!")
- ? (SpongeBob dives into the soup)
- Psychedelic 60's 05 125 E - Steve Sechi/Big Fish Audio (SpongeBob joins the hippies)
- Psychedelic 60's 08 110 A - Steve Sechi/Big Fish Audio (hippie Patrick in soup)
- ? (Krusty Krab abandoned)
- Bathroom Nirvana [original music by Nicolas Carr] (Krabs meditating)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob starts to cry)
- Psychedelic 60's 05 125 E - Steve Sechi/Big Fish Audio (dance music)
- ? ("I thought you'd never ask!")
- Hey Man - Warren Bennett (hippies in Squidward's bathtub)
- Lap Steel [original music by Nicolas Carr] (Squidward screams)

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