Monday, January 14, 2019

The Nitwitting / The Ballad of Filthy Muck


The Nitwitting:
- The Nitwitting Song - Kaz Prapuolenis, Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [original composition] (title card)
- Shop-O-Rama [original music by Nicolas Carr and Fabian Fernandez] (opening at Barg'N-Mart)
- Grass Skirt Chase [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob and Patrick on a unicycle)
- Seaweed [original music by Steve Belfer] (Patrick's filthy eyes)
- Danse Comique - Kenny Graham (Patrick's about to go to his club meeting)
- Comikarama - Dennis Farnon (inside the clubhouse)
- Corny Playoff - Wally Asp (meeting starts)
- Mr Wobbly - Norman Dane (secretary reads minutes)
- Fight! Fight! Fight! A - Will Schaefer (club leader kicks secretary)
- Slap and Tickle - Roger Roger (SpongeBob earns his first badge)
- ? (gong)
- Zoom D - Dick De Benedictis; Evil Mind 4 - Dick De Benedictis (jar of spit)
- Tension Bits [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob drinks it)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob burps)
- Flash Harry - Dick Walter (lemonade stand)
- Proud to be a Hillbilly [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (club leader says it's time to do their civic duty)
- The Nitwitting Song - Kaz Prapuolenis, Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [original composition] (club members sing this)
- Ride of the Valkyries - Richard Wagner ("To the mini boats!")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (exterior of bowling alley)
- Greenhorn Rag [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (club members doing civic duty)
- Charge [arrangement by Nicolas Carr] (Patrick hits parking meter with baseball bat)
- Jubilee Sports - Dennis Berry, Stuart Crombie (replacing parking meters with soup bowls)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (boat pulls up)
- Slippery Sid - Roger Roger (Patrick puts a garbage can over his head)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("I guess I'm just not empty head material.")
- Slippery Sid - Roger Roger ("My name's Buddy now?")
- Gator [original music by Steve Belfer] ("That's funny, I seem to be lost.")
- Shock - Cornelus Joh Bolten (SpongeBob's face shrinks)
- Pig and Whistle - Paul Gerard ("Duh, what's a brain stem?")
- Gorgeous Girl - Kurt Schick (SpongeBob decides to ask directions)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (lady hits SpongeBob with her purse)
- Blue Tide [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob walks into an alley and tries to sit down)
- Danse Comique - Kenny Graham ("Obviously not the sharpest tool in the... tool thing.")
- Stupid Plan [original music by Steve Belfer] (Patrick gives SpongeBob his brain back)
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("I'M READY!")
- [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Patrick slaps SpongeBob)
- Jovial Jack - Philippe Pares (Patrick crawls into the couch)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob runs out of the alley)
- Fraidy Cat - Fredric Bayco ("Everything's already back to normal.")
- Alekoki - Kapono Beamer (Sandy cleaned everything up)
- ? (club members ride by on mini boats)
- The Nitwitting Song - Kaz Prapuolenis, Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [original composition] (ending)


The Ballad of Filthy Muck:
- Cream Pie [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (title card)
- Bali Ha'i - William Bell [West One Music] (Patrick wakes up)
- Jovial Pirates Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Patrick goes to the Krusty Krab)
- Uh Oh Flutter-Eyed [ProjectSAM Symphobia Colours: Animator] (customers run out)
- Drama Link (b) - Hubert Clifford (SpongeBob cooking patties)
- Gag 12 - Zbigniew Wiszniewski (SpongeBob smells Patrick)
- Vibe Q Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("I can't think that far behind.")
- [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Why, thank you!")
- The Donut Dilemma [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("Do you mind if I take another whiff?")
- Dramatic Cue (a) - Ronald Hanmer (SpongeBob's eyes explode)
- Daily Chores Jig [original music by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr] (Krabs in his office)
- Clowning Around [original music by Barry Anthony] (Krabs smells Patrick)
- ? (Krabs kicks Patrick out)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("I'm revolting!")
- ? ("I pro-clam a declamation of stink-dependence!")
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (jellyfish fall from sky)
- [original music by Steve Belfer] (Patrick swimming in sewage)
- Uh Oh Flutter-Eyed [ProjectSAM Symphobia Colours: Animator] (Patrick smells the garbage dump)
- Parting of the Clouds [original music by Nicolas Carr] (gate opens)
- Finger of Suspicion - Max Saunders (the next morning...)
- ? (tourist takes picture)
- Stop Press - Vivian Kennard (Filthy Muck spotted)
- Tales from the Swamp (b) - Ron Goodwin ("Jumpin' Jehoshaphat!")
- Dramatic Episode 2 - Kurt Rehfeld (cafe customers smell Filthy Muck and run away)
- Hillbilly Home [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (Old Man Jenkins rants)
- Lap Steel [original music by Nicolas Carr] (transition to Krusty Krab)
- The Drunken Sailor (customer reading newspaper)
- Epic Tragedy - Gerhard Trede ("Oh, that poor repulsive pile of sludge!")
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (customers cheering)
- Rip Tide [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob's nose tracking down Patrick)
- Misty Menace - Max Saunders (SpongeBob enters the dump)
- ? (forcefield of stink)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("I'm gonna call you Filthy Muck.")
- The Ballad of Filthy Muck Song - Eban Schletter, Kaz Prapuolenis [original composition] (SpongeBob and Filthy Muck playing in garbage)
- Stop Press - Vivian Kennard (Filthy Muck finds playmate)
- Drama Link - George Van Parys ("My schnozola!")
- Oh My Goodness - Benjamin Starnberg (SpongeBob and Filthy Muck at a bistro)
- Drama Link (f) - Hubert Clifford (people running away from bandshell)
- ? (SpongeBob and Filthy Muck playing instruments)
- Hot Steel and Slide Licks [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] ("I can't smell, but you two stink!")
- Welcome to Glove World [original music by Barry Anthony] (Glove World abandoned)
- Solo Steel [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (that night, at the dump...)
- Punctuations - Ralph Dollimore (angry mob)
- Vibe Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] (mob stops to think)
- Punctuations - Ralph Dollimore ("But he's gotta go!")
- Sponge Monger [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (boat wash)
- In Vogue - Tony Osborne [West One Music] (dry cleaning)
- Punctutations - Ralph Dollimore (angry mob surrounds SpongeBob)
- Solo Steel 1 [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob tells everyone to clean Filthy Muck)
- Tension Bits [original music by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, and Jeremy Wakefield] ("Can I rub real hard to express my anger?")
- Cream Pie [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (everyone cleaning Filthy Muck)
- Drama Link (e) - Hubert Clifford ("Where'd he go?")
- Kalua Jubilee [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Patrick was taking a bath)
- Dramatic Cue (e) - Ronald Hanmer ("Now I'm scared!")
- Evil Mind 3 - Dick De Benedictis ("I don't... but I can see!")
- Nude Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] (Patrick's butt)
- [original music by Jeremy Wakefield] (everyone laughs)
- The Ballad of Filthy Muck Song - Eban Schletter, Kaz Prapuolenis [original composition] (ending)

7 comments:

  1. A bit of trivia: "The Nitwitting Song" uses the same melody as the Laurel & Hardy theme song, "Dance of the Cuckoos" by Marvin Hatley.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snnCKVFzjHE

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  2. I have a question:

    How were you able to identify these first-time played tracks in this episode so quickly?

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    1. I've been using this site a lot lately. It doesn't always work, but it's been helpful in identifying new tracks:
      https://www.acrcloud.com/identify-songs-music-recognition-online/

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    2. Do you use the karaoke method in Audacity to record the songs? I ask this because I want to try and identify the De Wolfe Music tracks that play in Count Duckula

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    3. Do you think you could give a step-by-by process on how you identify first-time tracks? I really want to try and identify tracks from one of my favorite shows.

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    4. I don't really have a process for identifying tracks. I mostly tend to search by keyword (I believe I found "Mr Wobbly" by typing "flute march" or something similar) or composer (I found "Pig and Whistle" by searching for other tracks by Paul Gerard). Sometimes I may search by library (I tend to look in the Soho or JW libraries any time a new archival track is used).

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