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Animaniacs Seasons 1 – 3 (Soundtrack from the Animated Series) is a soundtrack vinyl album compiling the various songs that were present in the three prior three prior albums of the Animaniacs reboot. It is due for release in Q3 2024, and is being released in a collaboration between WaterTower Music and iam8bit. The release of this vinyl (along with a re-issue of the 1994 Animaniacs album), is part of a special project directed by executive producer Gabe Swarr.[1]

Press Release

Music has always been a vital part of the Animaniacs experience. So naturally, when the show made its triumphant return in 2020, it brought with it a whole new slate of fully-orchestrated and sharp-witted songs, performed by the Warner siblings (and their colorful cast of collaborators) themselves.

But, as you’re probably all-too-aware, a lot has happened since we last saw The Animaniacs. The world has changed, yes, but The Animaniacs have stayed the same — they’re still bringing their signature brand of irreverent animated satire to the context of current-day events, with commentary on topics ranging from Amazon Drones to social media and even an all-new updated history of everything. We at iam8bit are teaming up with our friends at WaterTower Music to collect the very best of the Animaniacs’ new songs for you here.

This is Animaniacs: Seasons 1 – 3 (Soundtrack from the Animated Series) 2xLP! It features all your favorite songs from the 2020-2023 reboot, collected on vinyl for the very first time and pressed on beautiful Translucent black wax.

For the album art, we were honored to work with a veritable supergroup of Animaniacs veterans: Executive Producer Gabe Swarr (My Life as a Teenage Robot, Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness), Storyboard Artist Tony Craig (Lilo & Stitch: The Series, Timon & Pumbaa), and Art Director Roman Laney (The Powerpuff Girls, Bubble Guppies). The result is album art and packaging that quite simply demands display from any Animaniacs superfan.

The world has changed, but letting a little Ani-maney, totally insaney chaos into your life is still just as important as ever.[2]

Track Listing

Side A

  1. "Main Title" (Animaniacs)
  2. "Pinky and the Brain"
  3. "Reboot It!"
  4. "The Cutening"
  5. "Limbs Fall Off"
  6. "Banana Hammock"
  7. "Be Like Me"
  8. "Bonding"
  9. "The Catch-Up Song"
  10. "Lakes Are Fun"
  11. "Suffragette Song"
  12. "I'm Gonna Eat'cha"
  13. "Rap Battle, Pt. 1" ("8 Mile")
  14. "Rap Battle, Pt. 2"

Side B

  1. "Main Title (Anima-Nyet)"
  2. "Alien Chorus"
  3. "FLOTUS, FLOTUS, What Do You Know About Us?"
  4. "A-Zit"
  5. "A Brief History of History"
  6. "Warner's Ark"
  7. "Yakko's Big Idea (Yakko's Big Song)"
  8. "I Ate a Rock"
  9. "Coffee (Narfs Theme)"
  10. "Yakko's World in the 1800s (Yakko's Countries of the Early 19th Century)"
  11. "The Hamburg Tickler Song"
  12. "Category 5"
  13. "Fresh Pinky of Burbank"
  14. "I Am the Very Model of an Ancient Roman Emperor"
  15. "Magna Cartoon (The Magna Carta Song)"
  16. "Conceive of Yourself"

Side C

  1. "Gruelsome ol' Gruel"
  2. "You Have to Sing a Song for Your Gruel"
  3. "The Bayeux Tapestry (William the Conqueror)"
  4. "Christopher Columbus Song, Pt. II (Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue)"
  5. "Flora Dora"
  6. "Narf Day Song with Pinky"
  7. "Narf Day Song with The Brain"
  8. "GiGi Soda"
  9. "Be a Kid"
  10. "Home"
  11. "D.I.WHY?"
  12. "Groundmouse Day Jingle"
  13. "We Could Try and Do It, Santa"
  14. "International Mouse of Mystery"
  15. "Humanity's Wins"
  16. "Pinky Town"
  17. "Here Comes the Sea!"

Side D

  1. "Stressed to the Nines" (score from "Talladega Mice: The Ballad of Pinky Brainy")
  2. "For Mule Late" (score from "Über Nachtmare")
  3. "Duck Uncovered" (score from "Groundmouse Day")
  4. "Life's a Pitch" (score from "Planet Warner")
  5. "New Whirled Symphony / Julie Noted" (score from "The Stickening")
  6. "Rides to the Occasion" (score from "The Stickening")
  7. "Dog Daze" (score from "Dog Days")
  8. "Back an Alien" (score from "Aliens Resurrected")
  9. "Dawn Knots" (score from "Planet Warner")
  10. "Card Cue" (score from "Royal Flush")
  11. "Ring of Ire" (score from "Talladega Mice: The Ballad of Pinky Brainy")
  12. "Marvel Us" (score from "Season 3 and WB Part One")
  13. "Creature Discomforts" (score from "The Island of Dr. Warneau")
  14. "Alpha Bait" (score from "Planet Warner" with Animaniacs theme song sample)

Credits

General

Writers

Performers

Songs

Side A

  • "Main Title" (Adapted from 1993 Series)
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Richard Stone, Timothy Nash, and Tom Ruegger
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, and Tress MacNeille
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Pinky and the Brain Theme" (Adapted from 1993 Series)
    • Written by Richard Stone and Tom Ruegger
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, and Tress MacNeille
      • Additional Spoken Parts from TV version by Maurice LaMarche
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Reboot It!"
    • Written by Brian Polk, Clyde Lawrence, Jordan Cohen, Kathleen Chen, Roddy Hart, Tommy Reilly, and Wellesley Wild
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Gabriel Mann, Brock Baker, and Missi Hale
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • The "Cutening"
    • Written by Andrew John Barbot, Drew Ryan Scott, Jason Zachary Parris, Jess Lacher, and Justin Trugman
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Gabriel Mann, Brock Baker, Missi Hale, Jason Zachary Parris, Drew Ryan Scott, and Justin Trugman
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Limbs Fall Off"
    • Written by Clyde Lawrence, Jordan Cohen, Andrew Barbot, Jess Lacher, and Greg White
    • Performed by Lauren Lapkus, Jordan Cohen and Clyde Lawrence.
      • Additional Vocal Performances from TV Version by Rob Paulsen
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Banana Hammock"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Timothy Nash, Billy Ryan, and Brendan Ryan
    • Performed by Brandon Chase, Billy Ryan, and Brendan Ryan
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Be Like Me"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Randy Rogel, Timothy Nash, and Wellesley Wild
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Roddy Hart, and Tommy Reilly
      • Additional Spoken Parts from TV version by Kevin Michael Richardson
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Bonding"
    • Written by Clyde Lawrence, Jordan Cohen, Lucas Crandles, Timothy Nash
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche, Jordan Cohen and Clyde Lawrence.
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "The Catch-Up Song"
    • Written by Clyde Lawrence, Jordan Cohen, Andrew Barbot, Jess Lacher, Roddy Hart, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Gabriel Mann, Brock Baker, and Missi Hale
      • Additional Spoken Parts by Frank Welker
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Lakes Are Fun"
    • Written by Roddy Hart, Tommy Reilly, and Wellesley Wild
    • Performed by Brock Baker, Missi Hale, Tommy Reilly, and Fletcher Sherdian
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Suffragette Song"
    • Written by Andrew John Barbot, Jess Lacher, Tommy Reilly, and Roddy Hart
    • Performed by Tress MacNeille, Rachael MacFarlane, Kimberly Brooks, Rob Paulsen, and Jess Harnell
      • Additional Spoken Parts by Maurice LaMarche, Jeff Bergman, Eric Bauza, and Phil LaMarr
    • Produced by Mark Wike
    • Excerpt from "Merrily We Roll Along"
      • Written by Charlie Tobias, Murray Mencher, and Eddie Cantor
    • Excerpt from "Meet the Flintstones"
      • Written by Hoyt Curtin, William Hanna, and Joseph Barbera
  • "I'm Gonna Eat'cha" (Bieber Monster Song)
    • Written by Andrew John Barbot, Jess Lacher, Tommy Reilly, Roddy Hart, and Wellesley Wild
    • Performed by Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Rap Battle, Pt. 1" ("8-Mile")
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Timothy Nash, Jason Parris, Drew Ryan Scott and Justin Trugman
    • Performed by Zeno Robinson, Jason Parris, Rob Paulsen and Justin Trugman
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Rap Battle, Pt. 2"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Timothy Nash, Jason Parris, Drew Ryan Scott and Justin Trugman
    • Performed by Zeno Robinson, Jason Parris, Rob Paulsen and Justin Trugman
    • Produced by Mark Wike

Side B

  • "Main Title" ("Anima-Nyet") (Adapted from 1993 Series)
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Timothy Nash, Richard Stone, and Wellesley Wild
      • Adaptation by Roddy Hart and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Brock Baker, William Goldman, Missi Hale, David Michael Loucks, Roddy Hart, Gabriel Mann, Tommy Reilly, and John Stearns
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Alien Chorus"
    • Written by Roddy Hart, Jess Lacher, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Felicia Barton, Edie Lehman Boddiker, Reid Bruton, Beverley Chitwood, William Goldman, Missi Hale, Roddy Hart, David Michael Loucks, Tommy Reilly, John Stearns, Monique Donnely Titman, and Gerald White
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "FLOTUS, FLOTUS, What Do You Know About Us?"
    • Written by Eli Bolin and Jess Lacher
    • Performed by Tress MacNeille, Eli Bolin, Jordan Cohen, and Clyde Lawrence
      • Additional Spoken Parts from TV Version by Rob Paulsen and Jess Harnell
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "A-Zit"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Timothy Nash, and Randy Rogel
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Kevin Michael Richardson, Julie Bernstein, and Steven Bernstein
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "A Brief History of History"
    • Written by Jordan Cohen, Lucas Crandles, Clyde Lawrence, and Timothy Nash
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Warners' Ark"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Fred Tatasciore, Brock Baker, Valerie Geffner, Roddy Hart, Lisa Kmecik, Maurice LaMarche, Gabriel Mann, Tommy Reilly, and John Stearns
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Yakko's Big Idea (Yakko's Big Song)"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "I Ate a Rock"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Brian Polk, Brendan Ryan, and Billy Ryan
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche, Billy Ryan, and Brendan Ryan
  • "Coffee (Narfs Theme)"
    • Written by James Butler, Jordan Cohen, and Clyde Lawrence
    • Performed by Jordan Cohen, Missi Hale, Clyde Lawrence, Gabriel Mann, Brock Monroe, and John Stearns
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Yakko's World in the 1800s (Yakko's Countries of the Early 19th Century)"
    • Written by Randy Rogel, Lucas Crandles, and Timothy Nash
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "The Hamburg Tickler Song"
    • Written by Andrew Barbot, Kathleen Chen, Jordan Cohen, Lucas Crandles, Jess Lacher, Clyde Lawrence, Timothy Nash, Brian Polk, and Greg White
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Jordan Cohen, and Clyde Lawrence
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Category 5"
    • Written By Jason Parris, Drew Ryan Scott, Justin Trugman and Jordan VanDina
    • Performed by Brock Baker, Drew Ryan Scott, and Adam Wylie
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Fresh Pinky of Burbank"
    • Written by James Butler, Jordan Cohen, Clyde Lawrence
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "I Am the Very Model of an Ancient Roman Emperor"
  • "Magna Cartoon (The Magna Carta Song)"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, and Tress MacNeille
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Conceive of Yourself"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Roddy Hart, and Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein

Side C

  • "Gruelsome ol' Gruel"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Jess Harnell, Brock Baker, Missi Hale, Roddy Hart, Fletcher Sheridan, and Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "You Have to Sing a Song for Your Gruel"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Brock Baker, Missi Hale, Roddy Hart, Fletcher Sheridan, and Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "The Bayeux Tapestry (William the Conqueror)"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Roddy Hart, Brian Polk, and Tommy Reilly
  • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, and Tress MacNeille
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Christopher Columbus Song, Pt. II (Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue)"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, and Tommy Reilly
  • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, and Tress MacNeille
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
    • Adapted from "In 1492"
  • "Flora Dora"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Roddy Hart, Brian Polk, and Tommy Reilly
  • Performed by Missi Hale, Jon Hall, Roddy Hart, David Michael Loucks, Tommy Reilly, John Stearns, Gerald White
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "Narf Day Song" (Both Versions)
    • Written by James Butler, Billy Ryan, and Brendan Ryan
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche
    • Produced by Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein
  • "GiGi Soda"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Jason Parris, Brian Polk, Drew Ryan Scott, and Justin Trugman
    • Performed by Natalie Lander, Luke Edgemon, Missi Hale, David Michael Loucks, Jason Parris, Drew Ryan Scott, and Justin Trugman
    • Produced by Justin Trugman
  • "Be a Kid!"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Jason Parris, Brian Polk, Drew Ryan Scott, and Justin Trugman
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Natalie Lander, Jason Parris, Drew Ryan Scott, and Justin Trugman
    • Produced by Justin Trugman
  • "Home"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Roddy Hart, Brian Polk, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Charlotte Nicdao, Roddy Hart, and Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "D.I.WHY?"
    • Written by Kathleen Chen, Roddy Hart, Brian Polk, and Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Natalie Lander, Roddy Hart, and Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Groundmouse Day Jingle"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Timothy Nash, Brendan Ryan, and William J. Ryan
    • Performed by Tim Cloherty, Julia Haltigan, Brendan Ryan, and William J. Ryan
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "We Could Try and Do It, Santa"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, John DiMaggio, Roddy Hart, Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "International Mouse of Mystery"
    • Written by Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Roddy Hart, Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Humanity's Wins"
    • Written by Jordan Cohen, Lucas Crandles, Clyde Lawrence, and Timothy Nash
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Jon Bailey, Clyde Lawrence, Jordan Cohen
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Pinky Town"
    • Written by James Butler, Jordan Cohen, Brad DiPrima, Clyde Lawrence
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Clyde Lawrence, Jordan Cohen
    • Produced by Mark Wike
  • "Here Comes the Sea!"
    • Written by Brad DePrima, Lucas Crandles, Roddy Hart, Timothy Nash, Tommy Reilly
    • Performed by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Chris Diamantopoulos, Roddy Hart, Tommy Reilly
    • Produced by Mark Wike

Side D

  • "Stressed to the Nines"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "For Mule Late"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Duck Uncovered"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Life's a Pitch"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Excerpt from "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" written by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "New Whirled Symphony / Julie Noted"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Rides to the Occasion"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Dog Daze"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Back an Alien"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Dawn Knots"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Card Cue"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Ring of Fire"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Marvel Us"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Creature Discomforts"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
  • "Alpha Bait"
    • Written by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein
    • Excerpt from "Animaniacs theme song" written by Richard Stone
    • Produced by Steve Bernstein and Julie Bernstein

Trivia

  • With 61 tracks, this album has the most songs of any Animaniacs album.

Gallery

References

  1. Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs (Soundtrack from the Original Series) Vinyl listing from the iam8bit website. Published and Retrieved February 20, 2024.
  2. Animaniacs: Seasons 1 – 3 (Soundtrack from the Animated Series) 2xLP listing from the iam8bit website. Published and Retrieved February 20, 2024.
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