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.
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.