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Animaniacs Season Two (Soundtrack from the Animated Series) is a soundtrack album compiling the various songs that were present in Season Two of the Animaniacs reboot. The album was released to digital stores and streaming outlets on August 19, 2022.[1] Much like other Animaniacs-related albums, some songs contain minor differences in their instrumentals and vocal performances. Additionally, some songs are also extended compared to their lengths in the series itself.

It follows the Season One album from 2021, and is followed-by the Season Three album in 2023.

Track Listing

  1. "A Brief History of History"
  2. "Warner's Ark"
  3. "Yakko's Big Idea (Yakko's Big Song)"
  4. "I Ate a Rock"
  5. "Coffee (Narfs Theme)"
  6. "Yakko's World in the 1800s (Yakko's Countries of the Early 19th Century)"
  7. "The Hamburg Tickler Song"
  8. "Category 5"
  9. "Fresh Pinky of Burbank"
  10. "I Am the Very Model of an Ancient Roman Emperor"
  11. "Magna Cartoon (The Magna Carta Song)"
  12. "Conceive of Yourself"
  13. "Gruelsome ol' Gruel"
  14. "You Have to Sing a Song for Your Gruel"
  15. "The Bayeux Tapestry (William the Conqueror)"
  16. "Christopher Columbus Song, Pt. II (Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue)"
  17. "Flora Dora"
  18. "Narf Day Song with Pinky"
  19. "Narf Day Song with The Brain"

Credits

The credits below were sourced from the album, the episodes, and additional outlets for songs that were excerpts in others. It should also be noted many songs list additional performers who cannot be heard in the songs themselves.

General

  • Orchestrations by Julie Bernstein and Steve Bernstein.
  • Music supervised by Mark Wike.
  • Music produced by Mark Wike, Julie Bernstein and Steven Bernstein.

Performers

Songs

  • "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
  • "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

Absences

The following songs are not present on the album

Trivia

  • Much like the Season One album, this album is available in regions that have not yet received the reboot itself.
  • Unlike the album cover for Season One, this season's album cover does not reuse the any prior assets from its promotional campaign (including those from the uniform "orange"-style). Instead, it depicts new art featuring Brain and Pinky in their "Brain and Narfunkel" personas in a setting inspired by the episode "Narf Over Troubled Water."
  • This is the first Animaniacs-related soundtrack album to both depict only Pinky and the Brain on the cover and not show the Warners on it since 1997's Bubba Bo Bob Brain. However, unlike Bubba Bo Bob Brain, songs by the Warners are still featured.
    • This is also the only Animaniacs reboot album to not feature the Warners or the Water Tower on the cover art.

References

Albums
Animaniacs (1993-1998)
AnimaniacsYakko's WorldSong SamplersTwisted TunesA Taste of AnimaniacsVariety PackThe Animaniacs Faboo! CollectionA Hip-Hopera Christmas (audiobook) • The Animaniacs' Wacky UniverseThe Animaniacs Go Hollywood
Pinky and the Brain (1995-1998)
Bubba Bo Bob Brain
Animaniacs (2020-2023)
Season OneSeason TwoSeason ThreeSeasons 1 - 3 Vinyl
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