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Cartoon best songs

Postby citiestrit » Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:14 am UTC

Hello, have you noticed there are some cartoon songs that still beat some modern day songs. My best are

balou - bear necessities
The Monkey Song from the Jungle Book
pumba and timon hakuna matata

what's yours?

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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon Sep 07, 2009 1:46 pm UTC

My favorites would have to include:

If We Hold On Together - The Land Before Time (first one)
Under the Sea - The Little Mermaid
Ev'rybody Wants to Be A Cat - The Aristocats
Can You Feel the Love Tonight (both versions) - The Lion King
Circle of Life (both versions) - The Lion King - BTW, the Broadway version KICKS ASS!!!!
Shadowland - The Lion King (Broadway version)
Once Upon A December - Anastasia
Sweet Victory - Spongebob Squarepants episode "Band Geeks" (Squidward conducts a band for a football game)
The Bells of Notre Dame - Hunchback of Notre Dame
God Help the Outcasts - Hunchback of Notre Dame
Topsy Turvy - Hunchback of Notre Dame
Colors of the Wind - Pocahontas
Transformation (both versions) - Brother Bear
Two Worlds - Tarzan
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby citiestrit » Mon Sep 07, 2009 3:33 pm UTC

PatrickRsGhost wrote:My favorites would have to include:

If We Hold On Together - The Land Before Time (first one)
Under the Sea - The Little Mermaid
Ev'rybody Wants to Be A Cat - The Aristocats
Can You Feel the Love Tonight (both versions) - The Lion King
Circle of Life (both versions) - The Lion King - BTW, the Broadway version KICKS ASS!!!!
Shadowland - The Lion King (Broadway version)
Once Upon A December - Anastasia
Sweet Victory - Spongebob Squarepants episode "Band Geeks" (Squidward conducts a band for a football game)
The Bells of Notre Dame - Hunchback of Notre Dame
God Help the Outcasts - Hunchback of Notre Dame
Topsy Turvy - Hunchback of Notre Dame
Colors of the Wind - Pocahontas
Transformation (both versions) - Brother Bear
Two Worlds - Tarzan



I totally for got about this three....

Under the Sea - The Little Mermaid
Ev'rybody Wants to Be A Cat - The Aristocats
Topsy Turvy - Hunchback of Notre Dame


Savages(english) - Pocahontas....love this

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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon Sep 07, 2009 4:22 pm UTC

citiestrit wrote:Savages(english) - Pocahontas....love this


That was another good one. Really put into perspective as to who were the real savages.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby citiestrit » Mon Sep 07, 2009 4:37 pm UTC

PatrickRsGhost wrote:
citiestrit wrote:Savages(english) - Pocahontas....love this


That was another good one. Really put into perspective as to who were the real savages.


Words of the wise, you just said.

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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby SirMustapha » Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:07 pm UTC

If I randomly select one of any, absolutely any song written for The Backyardigans, there's a chance of about 98% that the selected song is absolutely amazing.

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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby fersrs » Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:12 pm UTC

Misa No Uta (Misa's Song) - Death Note
Zetsubou Billy (Billy in Despair) - Death Note
Goofy Goober Rock - Spongebob Movie
You Better Swim - Spongebob Movie
My Own Home - The Jungle Book

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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Sir_Elderberry » Tue Sep 08, 2009 1:28 am UTC

Definitely "Be Prepared" from the Lion King.
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Postby ChocloManx » Tue Sep 08, 2009 1:40 am UTC

The main and ending themes from Hey Arnold hands down.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:27 am UTC

A few more I just thought of:

"Icky Vicky" and "Vicky-Free Summer" from "Fairly Oddparents"

from "Animaniacs":

Yakko's Universe
The Nations of the World
The Monkey Song
The Anvil Song
What Are We?
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Various Varieties » Tue Sep 08, 2009 5:06 pm UTC

Well, obviously Yellow Submarine has the greatest ever cartoon soundtrack. But you'd expect me to say that. :wink:

PatrickRsGhost wrote:from "Animaniacs":

Yakko's Universe
The Nations of the World
The Monkey Song
The Anvil Song
What Are We?

Also "The Senses", "All The Words In The English Language", and "The Ballad of Magellan".

And "Freakazoid and Friends".

And lots from The Simpsons as well...

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Postby scrt_rbt_agnt » Tue Sep 08, 2009 9:22 pm UTC

oh man how can anyone forget "we are siamese if you please" from lady and the tramp.
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Postby Izawwlgood » Tue Sep 08, 2009 9:30 pm UTC

The opening riff to Ren and Stimpie was PHENOMENAL.

Rocko's Modern Life was incredibly catchy.
I still jam out to Mighty Max and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles * I star them for awesomitude
The GI Joe theme song wasn't awesome, but that "Gee Eye JOOOOOOOOOOEEE!!!" at the end was truly inspirational.
I remember the horribly awesome 80's music from the Transformers Movie "It'll make ALLLLL YOOOOOUUR DREAMS ALIVE!!!") and grin.

But seriously, no one mentions Mulan's "I'll make a man out of you"? I fucking get goosebumps every time I hear/watch that.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Wed Sep 09, 2009 1:15 am UTC

Izawwlgood wrote:The opening riff to Ren and Stimpie was PHENOMENAL.


And here's your one-up: When I was in my early teens, one of the first CDs my parents ever bought me was a fucking Ren & Stimpy CD. My mom and I both loved the show; my dad, not so much. I would put the CD in the player, push the button, the big, shiny, candy-like button, and drown in awesomeness.

Izawwlgood wrote:Rocko's Modern Life was incredibly catchy.


I think a lot of the themes to the cartoons on Nick during the 80s and 90s were awesome. I can almost still hum the tune to "Doug".

Izawwlgood wrote:But seriously, no one mentions Mulan's "I'll make a man out of you"? I fucking get goosebumps every time I hear/watch that.


I almost forgot about that one. Two more good ones from that movie were "Girl Worth Fighting For" and "Honor to Us All".

I'm watching "A Goofy Movie" on Disney Channel now, and three good songs from it were "After Today", "Stand Out" and "I 2 I".

I think the opening theme to the Canadian cartoon (now shown on Cartoon Network) 6teen is pretty good.

Various Varieties wrote:Well, obviously Yellow Submarine has the greatest ever cartoon soundtrack. But you'd expect me to say that. :wink:


I don't know if that would count, since I think the song came out before the movie did. But the instrumental pieces were good.

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PatrickRsGhost wrote:from "Animaniacs":

Yakko's Universe
The Nations of the World
The Monkey Song
The Anvil Song
What Are We?

Also "The Senses", "All The Words In The English Language", and "The Ballad of Magellan".


I almost forgot about "The Senses." There was also "Be Careful What You Eat" (where they sing off all the ingredients to a container of ice cream, to the tune of Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2"), and of course "I Am The Very Model of a Cartoon Individual".
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Postby Smiling Hobo » Wed Sep 09, 2009 2:49 am UTC

ChocloManx wrote:The main and ending themes from Hey Arnold hands down.

I loved the music in "Hey, Arnold!". More shows need chill, jazzy soundtracks like that show had.

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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Giant Speck » Wed Sep 09, 2009 3:41 am UTC

One of my personal favorites is Mrs. Potts (Angela Lansbury) singing "Beauty and the Beast" during the ballroom scene of Beauty and the Beast.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Fat Tony » Thu Sep 10, 2009 1:14 am UTC

Spongebob Squarepants - Sweet Victory
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Kurushimi » Thu Sep 10, 2009 2:08 am UTC

^ So true.

Hakuna Matatah - Lion King.
Be Prepared - Lion King.

I'll Make a Man out of You - Mulan.
And the Chip Skylark songs from fairly odd parents.

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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Fat Tony » Thu Sep 10, 2009 10:47 pm UTC

I have been tempted on occasion to cover Sweet Victory and write the rest of it.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Fri Sep 11, 2009 1:28 am UTC

I was thinking about this one on the way into work today.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Ivora » Sat Sep 12, 2009 12:11 am UTC

The Gospel Truth ~ The Muses. :D

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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Sat Sep 12, 2009 3:52 am UTC

Ivora wrote:The Gospel Truth ~ The Muses. :D


That was probably the only good part of the Disney bastardization of the story of Hercules. The Muses singing like a church choir = awesome.

It's kind of interesting they did it like that, since the Greek myths weren't just bedtime stories, they were accepted as having actually happened, like the stories told in the Bible or other similar religious texts we know of today.

A word of warning: If you have seen the movie, but not read the story of Heracles (the real Greek name..."Hercules" is the more common, Roman name), don't. It will give you a headache. Likewise, if you've read the story, but not seen the movie, you're better off not doing so. Again, you will want to blow your brains out to stop the hurting.
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Postby Internetmeme » Mon Sep 14, 2009 1:05 am UTC

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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Tue Sep 15, 2009 1:10 am UTC

There's also Tank! and The Real Folk Blues from Cowboy Bebop.

What?

I also like the song at the end of Howl's Moving Castle after Turniphead's curse is lifted and as the missing prince he vows to return to his village and put a stop to the war.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Jengajam2 » Thu Oct 01, 2009 3:14 am UTC

For some reason the background music to Enter Life! at the Smithsonian, especially the wind instrument at 3:25-4:08. I alsmost got left at the Smithsonian from being late watching this :lol:.
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Postby Giant Speck » Thu Oct 01, 2009 3:15 pm UTC

PatrickRsGhost wrote:There's also Tank! and The Real Folk Blues from Cowboy Bebop.

FUCK YES.

Oh, and the theme songs from Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. Origa FTW.
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Postby hideki101 » Fri Oct 02, 2009 6:46 am UTC

Giant Speck wrote:
PatrickRsGhost wrote:There's also Tank! and The Real Folk Blues from Cowboy Bebop.

FUCK YES.

Oh, and the theme songs from Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. Origa FTW.

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Yeah, Inner Universe and Rise are probably two of the best anime theme songs ever recorded. In terms of insert songs, God Knows and Lost My Music from Haruhi Suzumiya, Dango Daikazoku from CLANNAD, and anything Nana Mizuki sings in Nanoha.

For western animation, any song at all from the first Lion King, If We Hold On Together from the Land Before Time, Prince Ali from Aladdin, I'll Make a Man Out of You from Mulan...you know, it seems that all the western animation songs I like are Disney. Maybe it's because they're the only ones I remember the title from.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Sat Oct 03, 2009 1:44 am UTC

hideki101 wrote:For western animation, any song at all from the first Lion King, If We Hold On Together from the Land Before Time, Prince Ali from Aladdin, I'll Make a Man Out of You from Mulan...you know, it seems that all the western animation songs I like are Disney. Maybe it's because they're the only ones I remember the title from.


That, and if you're like me, you were weaned on Disney movies. I think my earliest Disney movie memory was The Black Cauldron, but the only scene I could recall was a whirlpool. After having seen it in later years, I realized what the whirlpool was for. I don't think a single Disney movie that was re-released to theaters (classics like "Cinderella" or "Lady and the Tramp"), or released for the first time ("Oliver and Company", "The Little Mermaid") went by that my mom, my grandma, and I, or any combination thereof, had not seen. Except for "Hercules", "Home On The Range" and just about every Pixar movie.

When I was younger, I would sometimes ride my bike down the street, and to entertain myself I'd recite, almost word-for-word, a scene from a Disney movie, including singing the song.

"The Land Before Time" wasn't Disney, it was Don Bluth, who was just as equally good with animated movies. Some of the songs from those movies are a bit more heartfelt, like "If We Hold On Together" from TLBT, "Flying Dreams Lullaby" from "The Secret of NIMH", and "Once Upon A December" from "Anastasia".

A few more good songs are "Deliver Us", "Through Heaven's Eyes", and "When You Believe" from "The Prince of Egypt."
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Postby Zentry » Mon Oct 12, 2009 1:52 pm UTC

alot of Disney songs are high-god tier for cartoon music, but i think my favorates would be the original pokemon theme and the X-men theme, nostalgia mode engaged
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Postby Nande_Ebisu? » Mon Oct 12, 2009 5:04 pm UTC

Well, since there's already an Anime music thread, i figure I'll keep this one to western cartoons:

Hakuna Matata (Lion King)
When I see and Elephant Fly (Dumbo)
Pink Elephants on Parade (Dumbo)
Friend Like Me (Alladin)
Prince Ali (Alladin)

I feel like music in the more modern ones are too contemporary to be in a disney movie (but i guess at the time Dumbo had relatively contemporary music when it came out in 1941)
Are we including Fantasia and Merry Melodies songs in here too? I feel like that's not really in the spirit of the thread.
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Postby Azrael001 » Mon Oct 12, 2009 5:36 pm UTC

The inspector gadget themewas a pretty good one.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon Oct 12, 2009 9:06 pm UTC

Nande_Ebisu? wrote:Are we including Fantasia and Merry Melodies songs in here too? I feel like that's not really in the spirit of the thread.


In a way, they're sort of kinda are not are the same.

With Fantasia, it was pretty much the classical piece existed first, and the cartoon matched the song. The actions in the cartoon matched certain elements of the music, like a wave crashing against a rock at the precise moment a cymbal crashed (The Sorcerer's Apprentice), or cherubs playing pipes to lure two centaurs to one another in time with the flutes of Beethoven's Pastoral, or ghosts and spirits flying by at the shriek of the violins in Night on Bald Mountain.

With the earlier Merrie Melodies, the concept was similar to Fantasia, but slightly different. The songs were distributed under the Warner Brothers recording label, so the parent company owned all rights to the song, and it could be used in any way possible. They could even change the lyrics up in order to match the situation, if needed. In the cartoon "Shuffle Off To Buffalo", the lyrics are changed up in order to match sending one baby off to his parents, and when the Eddie Cantor caricature appears, his lyrics are nowhere in the original song, which was used in the musical "42nd Street". Other times lyrics or verses might have been left out in order to fit the song in with the time restraints of the cartoon, especially to allow for some other dialogue or action, thinking that audiences would get bored with the song. This was a great ploy to get people to buy the sheet music or the records at the time, since on the cartoons they only heard a portion of the song, but when they bought the record or sheet music to play themselves, they heard the whole song.

In later Looney Tunes cartoons, some of these songs made their way into the later cartoons, either as background music arranged by Carl Stalling, or else you might find a character singing a snippet of it while walking down the road. Bugs Bunny did this with "I Like Mountain Music" in the cartoon "Hillbilly Hare". Sometimes the song found its way into the dialogue, like if Bugs recites a line as a way to say good-bye to someone. Also, with later Looney Tunes cartoons, a similar technique was applied to classical music, by providing alternative lyrics in time with the piece, in accordance with the plot of the cartoon ("What's Opera, Doc?" and "Rabbit of Seville" are prime examples). A lot of the Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes employed classical music to help add score to the cartoon, Lizst's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 being the most popular piece.

Although there is one piece of music from the classic cartoons that is original, and has been used in several cartoons: Powerhouse.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby FuckThePainAway » Sun Nov 08, 2009 5:28 pm UTC

End theme to the Powerpuff Girls, by Bis. ^.^
Not to mention every song that was ever in Spongebob Squarepants!!
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Postby Internetmeme » Sun Nov 08, 2009 9:53 pm UTC

The Nostalgia Critic has done a segment on this:

http://blip.tv/file/1272162

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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Minnie_Mouse » Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:49 am UTC

Kiss the Girl (Little Mermaid)
Never Had a Friend Like Me (Aladdin)
Beauty and the Beast (isn't the movie obvious?)
All the songs from Mulan lol
Ilaria Graziano - Velveteen (Ghost in the Shell)
Maaya Sakamoto - Gravity (Wolf's Rain)
Both of the themes from Cowboy Bebop
The song "Big Bluff" from Trigun
The opening theme "Obsession" from .hack//sign
The ending theme from FLCL

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Postby modularblues » Mon Nov 09, 2009 9:00 am UTC

Most facetious song: "Spider Pig" from The Simpsons Movie.

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Postby Okita » Thu Nov 12, 2009 12:52 am UTC

Drives Us Bats - Batman: The Brave & The Bold

Mostly because it's Neil Patrick Harris.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby Fat Tony » Thu Nov 12, 2009 2:46 am UTC

The "I Just Had a Sandwich" song from Spongebob Squarepants.
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Re: Cartoon best songs

Postby adanedhel728 » Thu Nov 12, 2009 7:10 am UTC

The other day I watched Alladin on tv, and I was surprised at how much I like "Friend Like Me" and whatever that song was when Alladin entered the city as the prince. I can't think hard to remember the name of that particular song right now because I'm listening to Bananaphone.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy did "I Wanna Be Like You" from the Jungle Book and I really like it. It's been many, many years since I've heard the original, but I know it was sung by Louis Prima, who was himself pretty cool.

Also the Winnie the Pooh song "Hephalumps and Woozles" (I'm sure I'm not spelling that right) is good.

But the best song from a cartoon that I've heard is definitely "Pink Elephants on Parade." Lee Press-on and the Nails did that and it was absolutely awesome.


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