A couple more updates, this time to “City Hicks” and “Stimpy’s Pet”. In the latter, I identified a new track: “Bass Tension” by Simon Benson and Eugenio Grandi.
In preparing for writing a blog post on this episode, I noticed there were some gaps missing, especially at the beginning. In the process of filling them in, I identified a new track: “Wargames Linking Section (b)” by Keith Mansfield.
Allen J. informed me of a different cut of “Stimpy’s Cartoon Show” with a couple scenes removed form the DVD set and some scenes in different orders. I’ve updated the post with that new info. Thanks!
It’s begun. My own personal thoughts on every Ren & Stimpy episode. As I said, my goal is to make one post per day; hopefully I can stick to that. Feel free to comment; I’m interested to hear your thoughts as well.
Not a new track, but a composer update: Lee Ashley arranged “Minuetto” by Franz Danzi. This specific arrangement is found on the OGM website.
EDIT: I did find a new track: “Overture to “Don Pasquale” by Gaetano Domenico Donizetti and arranged by Lee Ashley in the OGM library, which plays in “A Yard Too Far”.
In related news, I’m working on a blog devoted to Ren & Stimpy episode reviews. I’ll post a link here soon.
Found a new track: “My Song is Sung – Dvorak” by Antonin Dvorak, Susan Kanzian and Ed Lewis plays in “Travelogue”.
Allen J. provided some updates for these two episodes. Thanks!
A couple tidbits:
-The Chris Reccardi music that plays in “Hermit Ren” now has a name: “Delerium”. It can be listened to here: https://soundcloud.com/chris-reccardi/delerium .
-The party music during the Cheesefist commercial is actually “Errol’s Choice” at a really slow speed. So that post is updated as well.
EDIT: Also, I’m fairly certain that “Kamba Drummers” plays in “Hermit Ren”.
Having re-watched this one again, I neglected to mention that “Sobre las Olas” (aka “Over the Waves”) plays in it. However, I’m not sure which production library it comes from. The specific arrangement is not from APM. I’m guessing it’s from the OGM library, but I can’t check because the site’s albums are giving 404s right now.
EDIT: Nevermind, Allen J. informed me that the track is from APM, and is called “Uber Den Wellen”. Thanks!
It turns out the track that plays when Stimpy and some other animals are watching TV in the tree is “Thirties Rose” by Ib Glindemann, not “Rag it Boy” by Keith Nichols as I originally thought. Updated!