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germanfryfan

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« Reply #120 on: 06-24-2004 19:56 »
« Last Edit on: 10-04-2004 00:00 »

    I think I have to agree with SJM. It might be a song by Chris Tyng. Although the melody sometimes is familiar to my ears.  Well I will go on thinking about it.

    New page:
  • xacvyy - Maurice Béjart & Pierre Henry - Psyche Rock
  • 1acv01 - Christopher Tyng - Futurama Theme
  • 1acv02 - Bob Dylan - Blowing In The Wind
  • 1acv02 – Traditional – She’ll be Comin’ Around the Mountain *new*
  • 1acv03 - Neal Hafti - Theme from The Odd Couple
  • 1acv06 – Sanford and Son theme - The Streatbeater *new*
  • 1acv06 - Sir Mix-A-Lot - Baby got back
  • 1acv07 - Rose Royce - Car Wash
  • 1acv08 - Vera Lynn - We'll meet again
  • 1acv09 - Beastie Boys - Intergalactic
  • 1acv09 - Beastie Boys - Super Disco Breakin'
  • 1acv09 - Beastie Boys - Sabotage
  • 1acv10 - Celine Dion - Titanic Theme
  • 1acv11 - Otis Day and the Knights - Shout (You Make me Wanna)
  • 1acv13 - Willy Wonka - Oompa Loompa Song
  • 2acv01 - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - I Second That Emotion
  • 2acv02 - Harry Nilsson - Everybody's Talkin'
  • 2acv03 – Gamse/Sanderson - Hail to the Chief (presidential inauguration theme) *new*
  • 2acv03 - Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit
  • 2acv05 – Star Trek - Fight song from episode “Time Amok” *new*
  • 2acv07 – Scruffy the Cat – Moons of Jupiter *new*
  • 2acv12 - Donovan - Atlantis
  • 2acv12 - Tom Petty & Bob Dylan - Duelling Banjos
  • 2acv14 – Burt Bacharach – Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on my Head *new*
  • 2acv15 - Mike Oldfield - The Sailor's Hornpipe
  • 2acv16 - Black Sabbath - Iron Man
  • 2acv16 - Hanson - Mmm Bop
  • 2acv17 - Katrina and the Waves - Walking on Sunshine
  • 2acv17 - Mash - Suicide Is Painless (From Movie)
  • 2acv17 - Tommy Roe - Dizzy
  • 3acv01 - Lipps inc - Funky Town
  • 3acv01 - Bonnie Tyler - Total eclypse of the heart
  • 3acv01 - Kinks - Lola
  • 3acv02 - C W McCall - Convoy
  • 3acv03 - Joan Baez - Swing Low, Sweet chariot (Woodstock version)
  • 3acv04 - Simple Minds - Don't You (Forget About Me)
  • 3acv06 – Righteous Brothers – Unchained Melody *new*
  • 3acv06 - American Breed - Bend me, Shape me
  • 3acv09 - Roy Orbinson - Pretty woman
  • 3acv13 - Simon and Garfunkel - Scarborough fair
  • 3acv13 - Beck - Where It's At
  • 3acv13 - Beck - Sexx Laws
  • 3acv13 – Traditional - Jimmy Crack Corn *new*
  • 3acv14 - Steve Miller Band - Fly Like An Eagle
  • 3acv14 - Louie Armstrong - Sweet Georgia Brown
  • 3acv15 - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Love Machine
  • 3acv17 - Pogues - Danny Boy
  • 3acv18 - Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine - Conga
  • 3acv18 – Wizard of Oz – Lollipop Guild (parody) *new*
  • 3acv18 - Rush - Tom Sawyer
  • 3acv20 – Chopin - Polonaise in C Minor *new*
  • 3acv20 - Johann Strauss - An der schönen blauen Donau
  • 3acv20 - Richard Strauss - Also Sprach Zaratustra
  • 3acv21 - Men Without Hats - The Safety Dance
  • 3acv22 - Joe Esposito - You're The Best around
  • 3acv22 - Cream - Sunshine Of Your Love
  • 3acv22 – Guiseppe Verdi - La Donna e Mobile (Rigoletto) *new*
  • 4acv02 - Pizzicato five - Baby love child
  • 4acv03 - Spin Doctors - Two Princess
  • 4acv03 - John fahey - Bicycle Built For Two
  • 4acv06 - Black Flag - TV Party
  • 4acv06 - Young MC - Bust A Move
  • 4acv07 - Connie Francis - If it takes forever I will wait for you
  • 4acv07 - Van McCoy - The Hustle
  • 4acv08 - Kc & The Sunshine Band - Get Down Tonight
  • 4acv08 - Buster Poindexter - Hot Hot Hot
  • 4acv11 - Eminem - The Real Slim Shady
  • 4acv12 - Bobby Mcferrin - Don't Worry Be Happy
  • 4acv13 - Tom Jones - She's A Lady
  • 4acv14 – Kenny Loggins – I’m All Right *new*
  • 4acv17 – Whitney Houston – I Will Always Love You *new*
  • 4acv18 – Beethoven – Für Elise *new*
  • 1acv09 - Beastie Boys - Futurama Theme Remix

gff TOTPD again       no no

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« Reply #121 on: 06-24-2004 20:52 »
« Last Edit on: 06-24-2004 20:52 »

it would be ok, i guess......  hmpf
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« Reply #122 on: 06-25-2004 12:42 »

it would be the greatest cd ever
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« Reply #123 on: 07-10-2004 01:17 »

the problem with making a soundtrack is....

most people want to include their favourite songs from the show that have no futurama influence, like "don't you forget about me" etc. the soundtrack i made (which will be available for download as soon as someone suggests a good mp3 storage site?) has only songs that are either sung by the futurama characters or written specifically for the show. i know you might like to hear MMM bop, but really... it's not futurama related. the simpsons cd, for example, didn't feature songs they used in the show, only ones they made for the show.
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« Reply #124 on: 07-10-2004 01:35 »

There is another thread concerning this.  I just thought it would be helpful.  http://www.peelified.com/cgi-bin/Futurama/4-000843/
germanfryfan

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« Reply #125 on: 07-10-2004 17:04 »

 
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Originally posted by rwgordon:
the problem with making a soundtrack is....

most people want to include their favourite songs from the show that have no futurama influence, like "don't you forget about me" etc. the soundtrack i made (which will be available for download as soon as someone suggests a good mp3 storage site?) has only songs that are either sung by the futurama characters or written specifically for the show. i know you might like to hear MMM bop, but really... it's not futurama related. the simpsons cd, for example, didn't feature songs they used in the show, only ones they made for the show.

I don't want to argue with you rwgordon, but I think there are more than one definition for "Soundtrack".

Soundtrack of movies normaly contain the music that was used in it. This isn't allways original score music, unless it's a really big production (like LOTR, or old Sergio Leone movies), often times normal, commercial songs are used.
I would call both, your and my, collection a soundtrack, but the big differece isn't only that you collected the songs that where made up (some just got new texts) for the show, but also that your isn't directly under a copyright prohibiting it to share it around the world. (It still is copyrighted by FOX)  wink

And if you think that some songs up there are only in the colection because they are some Peeler's favorite, I have to say that they are all Futurama related!

Many of them where played on the show (like Mmm Bob, Don't you (forget about me), Bend Me Shape me, Conga, Baby love child and many more),
some where quoted in these episodes (White Rabbit, the saftey dance),
some have been used as episode titles (I second that emotion, Fly like an eagle),
many have been sung (Total eclipse of the heart, funky town, Blowing in the wind, swing low sweet chariot)
some even with new texts (lola, car wash, Oompa Loompy song, Atlantis, The sailors hornpipe).

So all are somehow related to Futurama.  smile

And although I have all these songs somewhere safed on my disk, I can't provide this collection to everybody, due to laws.

Therefore don't look at it as a Soundtrack, but more as a collection of most songs used on the show. (Some are still missing and I'm still collecting)

 
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Originally posted by Evil Abe:
There is another thread concerning this.  I just thought it would be helpful.  http://www.peelified.com/cgi-bin/Futurama/4-000843/

Evil Abe, I think rwgordon knows that there is another thread. (He started it  wink, so do I know it.

As I said before, these two threads don't cover the same. I just used this thread here by posting and starting to collect these songs instead of starting a new one.

Back on topic:

canned eggs posted some other songs in a thread in the General Disscussion board:

49. 4acv06 - Black Flag - TV Party *new*
50. 4acv06 - Young MC - Bust A Move *new*

FuturamaInsane

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« Reply #126 on: 07-28-2004 22:13 »

Oh yeah that would be so cool i would be there to buy it.
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« Reply #127 on: 08-03-2004 09:38 »

So is anyone actually making this soundtrack?

Or is it a list to use in conjuntion with various peer to peer progs?
germanfryfan

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« Reply #128 on: 08-04-2004 11:06 »

I think it'll remain as a collection for p2p programs  frown .

I have all of these songs, but due to copyrights I'm not allowed to burn them on CD and spread them throughout the world.

Perhaps we should e-mails this list to FOX and say that we want a Futurama-Soundtrack  laff

Also, thank you Daniela (TLL) for sending me a link to your very first thread. I'll see what I can use from theresmile

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« Reply #129 on: 08-31-2004 20:41 »

Does anybody now that song that Bender plays in Obsoletely Fabulous when the snail goes over the pebble? I know I've heard it before, but I can't put my finger on it, and I can't make out any of the lyrics, it's making me feel like the idiot I am.

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« Reply #130 on: 09-01-2004 05:21 »
« Last Edit on: 09-01-2004 05:21 »

@gottalovebender - that was Kenny Loggins' "I'm All Right".

@GFF - add to your list "Moons of Jupiter" by Scruffy the Cat (yes, that's what I said ... "Scruffy" - no original reference to Futurama there) for 2ACV07, and "Polonaise in C Minor" to 3ACV20.  I have a list I've compiled on my own (I know there's some more on there you don't have, and some you have that I don't), but it's all the way over at my apartment and I'm at my folks' house now, so I'll have to update more later.

Finally, I have a question (a couple, actually).  In "Hell is Other Robots", as you all know, the Robot Devil plays a piece of complicated violin music for his turn.  According to (I think) DXC, it is an actual classical piece, but they don't say what it's called or who composed it.  Can anyone here tell me what it's called?

Also, in "The Devil's Hands", in the scene where Fry is composing on the P.E. building balcony, I thought the commentators said what he was playing was part of a Beethoven piece.  Anyone know what was?
Thanks in advance!

(edit): I'm also looking for a version of "Sweet Georgia Brown" like how Bender whistled it at the end of TKOS - you know, all slow and sad like.  Anyone know of a band/group/singer that did an arrangement that way?

(second edit): Is that "Psyche Rock" piece based on the Futurama theme, or vice versa, or is it just total coincidence?
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« Reply #131 on: 09-01-2004 15:01 »

I agree with the idea of a Futurama CD soundtrack.  It can have all the songs played on the show, plus songs like "Don't You Forget About Me", "Walking on Sunshine", and "Baby Love Child".  Hope I got the last title right.  I think a Futurama CD with all the songs that were ever played on the show together.

Anyway, it would've been cool to see Fry and Bender dance to Sonic Youth's "Chapel Hill"!  I love that song!
germanfryfan

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« Reply #132 on: 09-01-2004 20:05 »
« Last Edit on: 09-01-2004 20:05 »

     
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Originally posted by Zoidberg227:
@gottalovebender - that was Kenny Loggins' "I'm All Right".


Correct! (It was also missing in my collection)

     
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@GFF - add to your list "Moons of Jupiter" by Scruffy the Cat (yes, that's what I said ... "Scruffy" - no original reference to Futurama there) for 2ACV07, and "Polonaise in C Minor" to 3ACV20.  I have a list I've compiled on my own (I know there's some more on there you don't have, and some you have that I don't), but it's all the way over at my apartment and I'm at my folks' house now, so I'll have to update more later.

I'll edit them in      wink
I see I've messed up with the production codes.

41. 3acv19 - Johann Strauss - An der schönen blauen Donau
and
42. 3acv19 - Richard Strauss - Also Sprach Zaratustra

is actually 3acv20 - Godfellas. I didn't notice that there is a third classical song in there, I'll check it.
Also you are welcome to post more songs that were used! I'd like to complete the collection sometime, so that it can be used as a reference guide.

     
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Finally, I have a question (a couple, actually).  In "Hell is Other Robots", as you all know, the Robot Devil plays a piece of complicated violin music for his turn.  According to (I think) DXC, it is an actual classical piece, but they don't say what it's called or who composed it.  Can anyone here tell me what it's called?

Also, in "The Devil's Hands", in the scene where Fry is composing on the P.E. building balcony, I thought the commentators said what he was playing was part of a Beethoven piece.  Anyone know what was?
Thanks in advance!
I sometimes listen to classic but not enough to tell you where these songs could be from      frown
The HIOR one could possible be from Bach... But the chance that I'm wrong is much bigger!

     
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(edit): I'm also looking for a version of "Sweet Georgia Brown" like how Bender whistled it at the end of TKOS - you know, all slow and sad like.  Anyone know of a band/group/singer that did an arrangement that way?
There are many versions around:
- Al Hirt
- Glen Miller
- Brother Bones (Globetrotters original ??? )
- Louie Armstrong

and possibly many more. But nothing is as sad as the one Bender whistled...

     
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(second edit): Is that "Psyche Rock" piece based on the Futurama theme, or vice versa, or is it just total coincidence?

Psyche Rock is quite old (this interview says 1964 - look at History close to the bottom). It was covered/used very often (these are just few interpretations). I don't believe that this is a total coincidence. There are just too many similarities      wink
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« Reply #133 on: 09-03-2004 18:53 »

Well, here's everything I noticed was missing from your list (I used the one at the top of this page, so if you edited any of these in to another version of your list on an earlier page, forgive me).  I also corrected 3acv19 to 3acv20.

1acv02 – Traditional – She’ll be Comin’ Around the Mountain
1acv06 – Sanford and Sons theme
2acv03 – Hail to the Chief (presidential inauguration theme)
2acv05 – Fight song from Star Trek episode “Time Amok”
2acv07 – Scruffy the Cat – Moons of Jupiter
2acv12 – Donovan – Atlanta
2acv14 – Burt Bacharach – Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on my Head
3acv06 – Righteous Brothers – Unchained Melody
3acv13 – Traditional - Jimmy Crack Corn
3acv18 – Wizard of Oz – Lollipop Guild (parody)
3acv20 - Johann Strauss - An der schönen blauen Donau
3acv20 - Richard Strauss - Also Sprach Zaratustra
3acv20 – Chopin - Polonaise in C Minor
3acv22 – La Donna e Mobile
4acv14 – Kenny Loggins – I’m All Right
4acv17 – Whitney Houston – I Will Always Love You
4acv18 – Beethoven – Fur Elise

Coming soon: complete (as far as I know) episode by episode list of original songs.
germanfryfan

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« Reply #134 on: 09-09-2004 20:55 »

Thanks Zoidberg277, I've edited them into the first post of this page.
If you got more, keep them coming.  smile
Probably there are still some songs missing.
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« Reply #135 on: 09-10-2004 00:25 »

hey just so you know i know i might be a pain but Whitney Houston did not write I Will Always Love You Country singer Dolly Parton did

Zoidberg227

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« Reply #136 on: 09-10-2004 02:03 »

Err ... my bad.  Whenever I get around to making my version of the soundtrack, it will of course be my choice as the producer which version of each song I use.  But, being a bit of a traditionalist, I'll probably use whoever sang it first (note that the songwriter isn't necessarily the first to sing it, so I need your input on that one).  Alternately, I could hunt down Katey Sagal and force her to sing it.  Think that's doable?

@GFF: I think it's unlikely we've missed anything.  I have meticulously watched all 72 episodes with a pen and paper in hand, and I'm sure you did something similar.  But then again, we did both miss songs, so this list is totally open for input from everyone. 
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« Reply #137 on: 09-10-2004 19:13 »

Dolly Parton wote and sang it first in her movie "The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas" good movie by the way and i just said the above beacuse in that ep leela said the best love song ever witten.
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« Reply #138 on: 09-13-2004 04:36 »

I see one song that's not on the list, germanfryfan...I forget what ep it was, but Rose Royce - Car Wash was playing in the background in the one where Bender is going through the Robot Wash. Geh, I'm so bad...the older seasons I haven't seen in long while, so my memory is kinda rusty. >_<
Zoidberg227

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« Reply #139 on: 09-13-2004 05:12 »

It's on there ... number 8.  Episode was "My Three Suns". 
germanfryfan

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« Reply #140 on: 09-18-2004 11:41 »
« Last Edit on: 09-18-2004 11:41 »

Hey, should we add Ravel's Bolero? (Featured in 4acv18)

15:30 minutes of classical goodness.

Also the part by Lionel Preacherbot in the second act of that opera reminds me of a popular musical, perhaps The Phantom of the opera.
Zoidberg227

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« Reply #141 on: 09-18-2004 19:15 »

Was that one of the pieces Fry played at one of his holophonor recitals?  Good catch, though (and yes, it should be added).

Oh, and one of these days, I'll add a complete list of Futurama-original songs, complete with numbered episode list, but not today.  I'm feeling lazy today.
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« Reply #142 on: 09-18-2004 19:54 »

Oh man, I just downloaded and listened to Psyche Rock.... Chris Tyng almost lifted it directly, it seems. Just take out the crazy chalkboard screeches and a few more bells.... and we've got a theme song... a kick ass one at that...
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« Reply #143 on: 09-19-2004 18:25 »

How bout the graduation theme, from Mars U, or that other song that I think was in it....oh what was it, it was playing while Bender was waterskiing by Fry and them.

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germanfryfan

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« Reply #144 on: 09-19-2004 19:16 »
« Last Edit on: 09-19-2004 19:16 »

This graduation theme (the one at the very end, when we see Fry dancing) is already on the list   wink

no 14. 1acv11 - Otis Day and the Knights - Shout (You Make me Wanna).

I'm not sure about the song they used during the skiing scene   hmpf
Does anyone have a clue?
gottalovebender

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« Reply #145 on: 09-19-2004 19:25 »
« Last Edit on: 09-19-2004 19:25 »

no I wasn't talking about Shout, I was talking about the official graduation theme, that one we hear when we go to Mars. Shout isn't a graduation theme, it's just a song.

Edit:Oh and is the Star Trek theme we hear in WMIBACIL the same as the one in WNFHGB, I'm not sure

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germanfryfan

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« Reply #146 on: 09-19-2004 19:33 »

Ahh that one! Shortly before we see the ship landing at the Mars U gate.

I guess it's a Chris Tyng original, because it is so well integrated in the usual sound played during linking scenes.

Beside the two opening songs (the original and the Beastie Boys version) we only collected "real" songs that needed to be licensed for Futurama.
Zoidberg227 wanted to add a list of Futurama's own songs (like the opera, Hermes' song, the robot hell song,...) later.
gottalovebender

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« Reply #147 on: 09-19-2004 19:45 »
« Last Edit on: 09-19-2004 19:45 »

I really don't mean to be rude, but America has this song that everybody plays when people graduate High School, they played that song in the beginning of Mars U. One would hear it constantly at a graduation thing, I know I've heard it many a time with my huge ass family and all of them graduating High School and such. It's not a Chris Ting original, it's something like Hail To the Chief, or something. No offence, but if I have to tell you one more time I'm going to bite your head off.

EDIT:AS THEY'RE PASSING THE GATE READING "KNOWLEDGE BRINGS FEAR"!!!!
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Nerd-o-rama

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« Reply #148 on: 09-19-2004 19:53 »

It's called "Pomp and Circumstance."  Can't give you a composer, but everyone who's been to an American High School Graduation has heard it.  (I guess they do it at college graduation, too.)  Also, I don't remember actually hearing this in Mars U, and I don't have my DVDs handy...you might want to check again.
germanfryfan

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« Reply #149 on: 09-19-2004 20:04 »
« Last Edit on: 09-19-2004 20:04 »

Slow down gottalovebender!
It's simply that I don't live in the US nor in Britain, and therefor I won't graduate there    wink
As far as I know Germany doesn't have a general march played at graduation ceremonies, this is up to the universities themselves.

Thanks Nerd-o-rama    smile
Google says that it was composed by Edward Elgar
I'm checking right now whether it is the one used   smile
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« Reply #150 on: 09-21-2004 04:00 »

Pomp and Circumstance was composed by Elgar, and I do believe it was used in "Mars U." - just not the part we most commonly associate with graduations.  Also, I have some additions to the list from "A Pharaoh to Remember". (3ACV17)

Chopin's "Funeral March" - I can't believe both of us missed that, GFF.  $10 to anyone who can find a complete Rasta version of it.

Parodies - Elton John:
Benny and the Jets
Crocodile Rock
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« Reply #151 on: 09-21-2004 09:54 »

*Slapps Forehead*

Now that you mention it:

2acv04 - Traditional - Santa Claus is coming to town
Also that traditional/classical wedding song from 2acv09.
(I don't who's the composer, or how it originally is named).

Did Hermes play more songs on the piano?
Zoidberg227

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« Reply #152 on: 09-21-2004 16:22 »

Yeah ... Hermes put out yet another Rasta version of a traditional piece in 2.09 - the Wedding March, composed by Wagner.

And 2.04 also used a few other traditional songs as stingers in establishing shots, etc:
  • Joy to the World (can anyone find a chime version, just like in the show?
  • God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (very short stinger)
  • 12 Days of Christmas (4 day robot special)
  • We Wish You a Merry Christmas (credits) - I think that is an actual version, as well (I recall hearing it with the same instruments before), but I have been unable to find it.
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« Reply #153 on: 09-23-2004 06:02 »

u said

Perhaps we should e-mails this list to FOX and say that we want a Futurama-Soundtrack   laff


why the laugh? it's a good idea?

Wow. I get a signature now? Sweet.
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« Reply #154 on: 09-23-2004 09:34 »

Don't forget to throw in the "Sad Bender" music.

(NOTE: For those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, "Sad Bender" is the colloquial name for the guitar solo played after Bender dies in both "Anthologies of Interest" and after he is shot out into space in "Godfellas".  It really is a short, sad piece of music.)
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« Reply #155 on: 09-23-2004 11:17 »

 
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Originally posted by ijustgotseason1
why the laugh? it's a good idea?

The laugh's because we hate FOX and FOX hates our show.  While they might consider an official soundtrack to try and squeeze the last few bucks out of the franchise, I doubt they'd bother, given their disdain for Futurama in general.

And when can I get this one?  I want it, I want it...
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« Reply #156 on: 10-01-2004 20:20 »
« Last Edit on: 10-01-2004 20:20 »

   
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Originally posted by Zoidberg227:
Yeah ... Hermes put out yet another Rasta version of a traditional piece in 2.09 - the Wedding March, composed by Wagner.

And 2.04 also used a few other traditional songs as stingers in establishing shots, etc:
  • Joy to the World (can anyone find a chime version, just like in the show?
  • God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (very short stinger)
  • 12 Days of Christmas (4 day robot special)
  • We Wish You a Merry Christmas (credits) - I think that is an actual version, as well (I recall hearing it with the same instruments before), but I have been unable to find it.
which episodes were Joy to the World and God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

EDIT: oh wait, I just saw where you said it, a bit stupid today, forgive me

EDIT #2: hey doe anybody know the actual title of the wedding march and the funeral song
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Zoidberg227

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« Reply #157 on: 10-02-2004 02:15 »

"The Wedding March" (can't remember who composed it), and "Funeral March", composed by Chopin.
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« Reply #158 on: 10-02-2004 08:13 »
« Last Edit on: 10-02-2004 08:13 »

The wedding march seems to be from  Richard Wagner (You said it in an earlier post Zoidberg227    wink ) and the Funeral March is indeed from Frederic Chopin.
gottalovebender

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« Reply #159 on: 10-02-2004 22:25 »

Yeah but I'm sure they're not actually called "Wedding March" and "Funeral March." Because when they composed them I don't think they meant for them to become wedding and funeral marches, does anybody know the proffesional name, or is that asking too much?

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