The Simpsons - Songs In The Key Of Springfield album
Title: Songs In The Key Of Springfield
Style: Soundtrack, Theme, Musical
Date of release: 1997
Size MP3: 1428 mb
Size FLAC: 1694 mb
Format: VOX DXD MOD MIDI AUD DTS RA
Songs in the Key of Springfield (aka. The Simpsons: Songs in the Key of Springfield) is the second of many Simpsons albums, released in 1997. Unlike the previous record, which solely contained original music, this album was made up of music from the show. The Simpsons Theme" (by Danny Elfman). We Do (The Stonecutters' Song) - from the episode "Homer the Great". Marge & Homer introduction. Dancin' Homer" (Medley) - from the episode "Dancin' Homer".
Saved by the Bell (Apu, Milhouse, Bart) - Jackpot (Milhouse, Bart) - Springfield, Springfield (Parts 1 & 2) (Bart, Milhouse, Cast) - Remember This? (Bart, Lisa) - Another Edwardian Morning (Bart, Marge, Homer). The Simpsons: Songs in the Key of Springfield - Original Music From The Television Series (1997).
Three soundtrack albums featuring music and songs from the show have been released-Songs in the Key of Springfield in 1997, Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons in 1999, and The Simpsons: Testify in 2007. The first two charted on the US Billboard 200, reaching number 103 and 197, respectively. The Simpsons Movie: The Music, a soundtrack album featuring the score of The Simpsons Movie, was released along with the feature-length film in July 2007. The choral piece "Spider Pig" that appeared in the film and on the soundtrack entered the charts in several countries around the world.
Songs in the Key of Springfield collects music and dialogue from The Simpsons, the greatest television series in the history of mankind. Among the selections are the "'Itchy and Scratchy' Theme," "It Was a Very Good Beer" (Homer's elegiac ode to underage drinking), Tito Puente's spicy "Senor Burns," and Lisa's cover of Carole King's "Jazzman," and "Springfield, Springfield," in which Bart and Milhouse "go crazy Broadway style!"
The album was released in the United States on March 18, 1997, and in the United Kingdom in June 1997. This was the second album released in association with the Simpsons television series; however, the previous release, The Simpsons Sing the Blues, contained original recordings as opposed to songs featured in episodes of the series. The album was followed by The Yellow Album, a second album of original songs. com – The Simpsons – Songs In The Key Of Springfield". Retrieved August 19, 2013. be – The Simpsons – Songs In The Key Of Springfield" (in Dutch). "Canadian album certifications – Various artists – Songs in the key of Springfield". "British album certifications – Various artists – Songs in the key of Springfield".
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Songs in the Key of Springfield was released in March 1997 and features a huge array of musical numbers from The Simpsons' first seven Seasons. Many of the tracks include short dialogue from the episodes; in addition, a couple of the tracks are solely "spoken word". Go Simpsonic With The Simpsons. Released in October 1999, this follow-up to Songs in the Key of Springfield contains yet more music from the show. Included are new songs from Seasons eight and nine, as well as some classics that were omitted from SITKOS. There are also three bonus tracks (50-52) which were shortened or cut from the show. The Simpsons Main Title Theme (shorter version with Lisa blues solo) (debuted in Bart the Murderer).
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|1||The Simpsons Main Title Theme (Extended Version)|
|2||We Do (The Stonecutters' Song)|
|3||Dancin' Homer (Medley): Crosstown Bridge / Capitol City|
|4||Homer & Apu (Medley): Who Needs The Kwik-E-Mart? / Who Needs The Kwik-E-Mart? (Reprise)|
|5||'Round Springfield (Medley): Bleeding Gums Blues / A Four-Headed King / There She Sits, Brokenhearted / Jazzman|
|6||"Oh, Streetcar!" (The Musical): White-Hot Grease Fires (Prologue) / Long Before The Superdome / New Orleans / I Thought My Life Would Be A Mardi Gras / I Am Just A Simple Paper Boy / Stella / She Flies / The Kindness Of Strangers|
|8||Springfield (Medley): The Simpsons End Credits Theme ("Big Band Vegas" Version) / Gracie Films Logo|
|9||"Itchy & Scratchy" Main Title Theme|
|10||"Itchy & Scratchy" End Credits Theme|
|11||The Day The Violence Died (Medley): Not Jazz Chor, But Sad Chor / The Amendment Song|
|13||The Simpsons End Credits Theme ("Afro-Cuban" Version)|
|14||Your Wife Don't Understand You|
|15||Kamp Krusty (Medley): South Of The Border / Gracie Films Logo|
|End Credits Suite #1|
|16||The Simpsons End Credits Theme ("Australian" Version)|
|17||The Simpsons End Credits Theme ("Hill Street" Homage)|
|18||The Simpsons End Credits Theme ("It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" Homage)|
|19||Treehouse Of Horror V (Medley): Controlling The Transmission (Prologue) / The Simpsons Halloween Special Main Title Theme|
|20||Honey Roasted Peanuts|
|21||Boy Scoutz N The Hood (Medley): Saved By The Bell / Jackpot / Springfield, Springfield (Parts 1 & 2) / Remember This? / Another Edwardian Morning|
|22||Two Dozen & One Greyhounds (Medley): The Pick Of The Litter / See My Vest|
|23||"Eye On Springfield" Theme|
|25||Homer's Barbershop Quartet (Medley): One Last Call / Baby On Board|
|27||A Fish Called Selma (Medley): Troy Chic / Stop The Planet Of The Apes / Dr. Zaius / Chimpan A To Chimpan Z|
|28||Send In The Clowns|
|29||The Monorail Song|
|30||In Search Of An Out Of Body Vibe|
|32||Bagged Me A Homer|
|33||It Was A Very Good Beer|
|34||Bart Sells His Soul (Medley): From God's Brain To Your Mouth / In-A-Gadda-Da Vida|
|35||Happy Birthday, Lisa|
|End Credits Suite #2|
|36||The Simpsons Halloween Special End Credits Theme ("The Addams Family" Homage)|
|37||Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part One) (Medley): Who Dunnit? / The Simpsons End Credits Theme ("JFK" Homage)|
|38||Lisa's Wedding (Medley): The Simpson End Credits Theme ("Renaissance" Version) / Gracie Films Logo)|
|39||The Simpsons End Credits Theme ("Dragnet" Homage)|
NotesText on front: Release Date: March 18.1997
PROMO SOUNDTRACK COMES IN CARDBOARD SLEEVE
|8122-72723-2||The Simpsons||Songs In The Key Of Springfield (CD, Comp)||Rhino Records||8122-72723-2||Europe||1997|
|R2 72723||The Simpsons||Songs In The Key Of Springfield: Original Music From The Television Series (CD, Comp, Club)||Rhino Records||R2 72723||Canada||1997|
|R2 72775||The Simpsons||Songs In The Key Of Springfield (CD, Comp)||Rhino Entertainment Company||R2 72775||US||1997|
|8122727232||The Simpsons||Songs In The Key Of Springfield (CD, Comp, Pin)||Rhino Records||8122727232||Australia||1997|
|R4 72723||The Simpsons||Songs In The Key Of Springfield (Cass, Comp)||Rhino Entertainment Company||R4 72723||US||1997|