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  • Audio CD (15 Nov. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Rhino UK
  • ASIN: B00001WRKM
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 85,694 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. 'The Simpsons' Main Title - The Alf Clausen Orchestra
2. Lisa's Sax: Those Were The Days/'WB's Proud To Present' Theme - Dan Castellaneta/Julie Kavner/Nancy Cartwright
3. All Singing, All Dancing: 'Gonna Paint Our Wagon' Theme & Reprise/A Singing,Dancing,... - Dan Castellaneta/Julie Kavner/Nancy Cartwright/Hank Azaria/Yeardley Smith
4. We Put The Spring In Springfield - Dan Castellaneta/Harry Shearer/Tress MacNeille
5. Simpsoncalifragilisticexpliala(Annoyed Grunt)Cious: Turkey In The Straw/Minimum Wage Nanny - Dan Castellaneta/Julie Kavner/Nancy Cartwright/Yeardley Smith
6. Cut Every Corner - Dan Castellaneta/Nancy Cartwright/Hank Azaria/Yeardley Smith/Maggie Roswell
7. A Boozehound Named Barney - Dan Castellaneta/Nancy Cartwright/Hank Azaria/Yeardley Smith
8. Happy Just The Way We Are - Dan Castellaneta/Julie Kavner/Nancy Cartwright/Yeardley Smith/Harry Shearer
9. 'Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)Cious' End Credits Suite - The Alf Clausen Orchestra
10. Cash And Cary - Dan Castellaneta/Nancy Cartwright/Yeardley Smith/Harry Shearer
11. Meet The Flintstones - Dan Castellaneta
12. Underwater Wonderland - Dan Castellaneta/Julie Kavner
13. Happy Birthday, Mr. Burns - The Ramones/Harry Shearer
14. The Field Of Excellence - Nancy Cartwright/Yeardley Smith/Harry Shearer/Awards Show Singers
15. 'The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show' Theme - Studio Singers
16. Poochie Rap Song - Dan Castellaneta/Harry Shearer
17. The City Of New York vs. Homer Simpson: No Regards/You're Checkin' In - The Alf Clausen Orchestra/Julie Kavner/Nancy Cartwright/Yeardley Smith
18. 'Quimby' Campaign Commercial - Hank Azaria/Harry Shearer
19. 'The Simpsons' End Credits Theme - Sonic Youth
20. Trash Of The Titans: Before The Garbage, Man!/The Garbageman - Dan Castellaneta/Julie Kavner/Nancy Cartwright/Yeardley Smith
See all 53 tracks on this disc

Product Description

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Incredibly, this sequel disc is even more fun than its predecessor, Songs In The Key of Springfield . But over the show's long run there have been countless musical highlights, after all, so here's most of what wouldn't fit on the original album. The 53 cues here beat the 39 of the first album by featuring more suites, more spoof end credits variations, and more genius lyrical wit. Getting Kelsey Grammer to sing the whole of Gilbert & Sullivan (edited here!) is an unparalleled highlight of surreal comedy. You'll also bust a gut to: "Meet The Flintstones", "You're Checkin' In", "Canyonero", "Scorpio", "Chief Wiggum, P.I.", "Rappin' Ronnie Reagan", "The Star Spangled Banner", and "Señor Burns". If you love the show this is a must-have for you to shell out your "doh". --Paul Tonks

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Gadget VINE VOICE on 1 July 2013
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD on Sunday Jan 2nd 2000 from the now-closed Virgin Megastore in the Caesar's Palace shopping mall. It didn't get as much spinning time in my CD player as the previous CD but it has just as many good tracks, though it is still bloated-out with too many different 'end credit' and dialogue tracks. Standout songs included Canyonero, Homer Flintstone, Underwater Wonderland, and Garbageman. I also the love the McBain song, which could have been longer.

Still, Alf Clausen's actual score barely gets a look-in. The lovely Myst-inspired score to Homer 3 has still never been made available (I guess it would be called 'Unprocessed Fishsticks') and even the irritating-but-fun Duff Beer for Me/You song is left out too. The selection of tracks could have been a lot better across both CDs, and, as before, the arrangement is just terrible. It is extremely hard to find the stuff you want, and the track names are very long. If you are ripping this to your laptop it will take a long while to make sense of the track titles and re-name them.

A must-have for fans though.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By dark.flame@virgin.net on 27 Dec. 1999
Format: Audio CD
If you own songs in the key of springfield then you must get this. Think of the great songs they missed off of that album, because they are all here, including Homer doing the Flintstones Theme.
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By Rex Maverick on 11 Dec. 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is quite simply a brilliant album. Admittedly some of the songs may not make a lot of sense if you are not a Simpson's fan, but equally there is no need to have seen all of the episodes featured in order to enjoy the humour. A must-have for any right minded fan.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Jan. 2000
Format: Audio CD
I own Songs in the Key of Springfield and didn't think you could get much more fun than that. But I was wrong!! If you love the Simpsons, then this is a must buy!!!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Down Canyonero!!! 19 Oct. 2003
By Inspector Gadget - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD on Sunday Jan 2nd 2000 from the now-closed Virgin Megastore in the Caesar's Palace shopping mall. It didn't get as much spinning time in my CD player as the previous CD but it has just as many good tracks, though it is still bloated-out with too many different 'end credit' and dialogue tracks. Standout songs included Canyonero, Homer Flintstone, Underwater Wonderland, and Garbageman. I also the love the McBain song, which could have been longer.

Still, Alf Clausen's actual score barely gets a look-in. The lovely Myst-inspired score to Homer 3 has still never been made available (I guess it would be called 'Unprocessed Fishsticks') and even the irritating-but-fun Duff Beer for Me/You song is left out too. The selection of tracks could have been a lot better across both CDs, and, as before, the arrangement is just terrible. It is extremely hard to find the stuff you want, and the track names are very long. If you are ripping this to your laptop it will take a long while to make sense of the track titles and re-name them.

A must-have for fans though.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Another Great Collection of Simpsons Tunes 2 Dec. 1999
By Robert Iracane - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you own Songs in the Key of Springfield and enjoy it, you will enjoy this album as well. The song parodies are there, the theme song reworked as tributes, the witty dialogue, it's all there. I've been waiting years to hear "The First Annual Montgomery Burns Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Excellence" song on CD. My prayers have been answered. A must buy for even the casual Simpsons fan.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Thank heavens for St. Rhino! 24 Nov. 1999
By Michael Lehmann - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Rhino Records to the rescue...proving yet again that they are the hippest group of music lovers on the planet! After the dissapointing "Yellow Album" I called for this follow up to "Songs In The Key Of Springfield" and, Voila! "Go Simpsonic With The Simpsons" comes along. It is every bit as good as "Songs". The standout this go round is the brilliant "Sherry Bobbins" parody of "Mary Poppins", with all songs complete and intact, even the closing montage! The only problem I have with "Simpsonic" and "Songs In The Key..." is, which one to play. Sweet, sweet Rhino...please do a "Vol.3"...and "4"...and "5"...and...
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I LAUGHED, I CRIED... 2 Nov. 1999
By Scott Lahti - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
...and then I listened to this CD. What a hilarious trip - with virtually every beloved Simpsons character from Ned Flanders to Mr. Smithers making a star turn on this nonstop collection of musical-comedy parodies, with many numbers done to the melodies of TV-show themes past, with lyrics chocablock with references both popcult and esoteric (my favorite from the first half of this disc was a lyrical nod to "the extra arms of Vishnu"), this collection belongs in the Christmas stocking of every honorary Springfieldite on your list. The CD, like the show that inspired it, embodies the American pop culture of our time at its best: refusing to take itself seriously, fondly reworking popcult motifs of years and decades past, and cracking a rancor-free, politically-incorrect equal-opportunity-offender whip upon the humorless and self-important in every sphere, GO SIMPSONIC WITH THE SIMPSONS deserves to be the runaway CD hit of the 1999 holiday season. Make sure not to lend your copy - you may not see it again.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
The Wait Was Well Worth It! 6 Nov. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After over a year of delay for this CD, we finally get to hear the greatest sountrack sice Songs in The Key of Springfield. Not only that, this one's even better! My personal favourites are "We Put the Spring In Springfield", "SimpsoncalifragilisticexpialiD'OHcious"(the entire series of songs),"Gonna Paint Our Wagon","Scorpio!",and "The Simpsons Smile Time Variety Hour". Those are just to name a VERY small percentage of my favourites!The 4 extra never-before heard songs were also a great way to wrap up this flawless CD. The only problem with it is that it only goes up to season 9. I would've liked to hear the Stretch Dude and Clobber Girl theme song from Treehouse of Horror X on this CD. That is total nitpicking though. U MUST BUY THIS!
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