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This is a list of music cues used on the Cartoon Network program "Cartoon Planet". It will be updated once a new cue is identified in this topic.

AirCraft Music Library
After the Hop by Greg Wardson
  • Instrumental track for the songs "Something That Rhymes with Nasty" and "Rock My Baby".
Dia de Plaza by William Allan Bookheim
  • Accompanies Andy Merrill dancing in a Space Ghost suit.
Fingernails on the Blackboard by William Allan Bookheim
  • Instrumental track for the song "Nasty".
Meandering by Greg Wardson
  • Used as background music in the "Top 5 Cartoon Countdown" segments.
Pokin' Around by Greg Wardson
  • Instrumental track for the song "Pokin' Around".
Prom Queen by Robert Bradford Keyes
  • Instrumental track for the song "Mashed Potatoes".
The Hot Club Stomp by Greg Wardson
  • Instrumental track for the song "Scat Sandwich".
Who Dun It? by Greg Wardson
  • Plays during the Zorak's Beatnik Raps segments.
APM Music
Darling by Dominique Guiot and Dominique Castagnet
  • Instrumental track for the song "Darling".
Dub City by Mark Cherrie and Andrew Dewar
  • Instrumental track for the song "Bad Bug".
Cavendish Music:
Looney Tunes Pt. 1 by Dennis Farnon
  • Used as background music in the "Mailbag" segments.
DeWolfe Music

Comedy Cameo No. 3 by Ivor Slaney
  • Plays during one of the commercial bumpers with Andy Merrill in a Space Ghost costume.
Comedy Snatches 7 by Keith Papworth
  • Title card track for "My Space Ghost the Car", "A Life in the Day" and "The Big Mouths".
Fritz and Sparks 3 by Johnny Hawksworth
  • Title card track for "Where's the Beach?", "The Mantis from Atlantis", "Ratingspalooza", and "Tom Foolery".
Have a Nice Day (5 second version) by Jack Trombey
  • Title card track for "The Night the Lights Went Out in Cartoon Planet", "Planet of Doom", "Momma!" and "Forbidden Socks".
Jeunesse by Anthony Mawer
  • Background music for multiple sketches.
Let the Show Begin (5 second version) by Jack Trombey
  • Title card track for "Monkey Trouble" and "Those Miserables".
Lovers Dream by John Leach and Francis Silkstone
  • Plays during the Zorak Horror Scopes segments. (note: a different, more mysterious piece of music plays instead of this piece on the two Space Ghost/Cartoon Planet music CD's.)
Neutral Link No. 41 by Ivor Slaney
  • Used as sting music in various episodes.
Neutral Link No. 47 by Ivor Slaney
  • Plays during one of the commercial bumpers with Andy Merrill in a Space Ghost costume.
On the Run by Ivor Slaney
  • Plays during one of the commercial bumpers with Andy Merrill in a Space Ghost costume.
Pretty Poll by Ivor Slaney
  • Plays during one of the commercial bumpers with Andy Merrill in a Space Ghost costume.
Short Saunter No. 2 by Ivor Slaney
  • Plays during one of the commercial bumpers with Andy Merrill in a Space Ghost costume.
Sun Pretty by Anthony Mawer
  • Plays during the "Self Proclaimed Ruler of Earth" segment
Who Wears the Pants (5-second version) by Jack Trombey
  • Title card track for "Love That Brak", "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad", "The Empire Strikes Brak" and "Space Ghost Dearest".
Manhattan Production Music
Close to My Heart by Kenneth Anderson
  • Instrumental track for the song "Baloney Sandwich"
Cowboys (16-second version) by Kenneth Anderson
  • Instrumental track for the Mail Bag and Poetry Corner theme songs.
Piano and Electric Guitar Blues by Kenneth Anderson
  • Background music for the songs "Zorak's Blues" and "It Ain't Easy Being Evil".
Prisoner Chase by Kenneth Anderson
  • Instrumental track for the song "Highway 40".
The Mosh Pit by Harold Lester
  • Instrumental track for the song "Stain".
Studio G
Sad Clown by Eddie Hirst
  • Plays in the "Zorak Talking in His Sleep" segments.
The Zoo by Alec Gould
  • Plays in the Poetry Corner segment "Little Girl with a Curl".
Universal Publishing Production Music

Bare Teddy Wheels On by Mike Garson
  • Background music for several skits.
Happy Swing by Eric Gemsa
  • Plays in various "Mailbag" segments.
Marie France by Marc Durst
  • Used as background music in various skits.
Maui Luau by Grant Geissman and Rick Rhodes
  • Instrumental track for the song "Brak's Hawaiian Vacation".
Metalhead by Steve Everitt
  • Instrumental track for the song "Metalhead"
Mister Swing by Pierre-John Gidon
  • Background music for the "I know what he's really thinking" skit.
Puffin' Billy by Edward White
  • Plays during the Zorak Auditions segment.
Wake Up by Geoff Levin and Chris Many
  • The "Wake Up" song.
Wollen Sie? by Christian Poulet
  • Easy music Space Ghost forces Brak and Zorak to listen to.
 
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Classic Speedy

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Found a few new tracks:

* After the Hop [Aircraft Music Library]: An instrumental version of "Something That Rhymes With Bones" and "Rock My Baby".
* Fingernails on the Blackboard [Aircraft Music Library]: An instrumental version of "Nasty".
* The Hot Club Stomp [Aircraft Music Library]: An instrumental version of "Scat Sandwich".
* Pokin' Around [Aircraft Music Library]: An instrumental version of "Pokin' Around".
* Prom Queen [Aircraft Music Library]: An instrumental version of "Mashed Potatoes".

Also, it should be noted that the music accompanying Zorak's Horror Scopes is different on the two music CDs.
 
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Classic Speedy

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Found another one you can add to the list:

"Prisoner Chase" by Kenneth Anderson [Manhattan Production Music], which is the instrumental version of "Highway 40".
 

Unclesporkums

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Hey, all! As another fan of Cartoon Planet I thank you for starting this thread! I have some submissions of my own.

Dub City - Mark Alexander Benedict Cherrie; Andrew Peter Dewar [APM] (Bad Bug Instrumental)

Mister Swing - Pierre-Jean Gidon [Universal Production Music] ("I know what he's really thinking" Background Music)

Cowboys (16 second version) - Kenneth Anderson [Manhattan Production Music] (Mail Bag Day/Poets Corner Theme)

Happy Swing - Eric Gemsa [Universal Production Music] ( Mail Bag Reading Background Music)

Marie France - Marc Durst [Universal Musical Library] ( Multiple sketches Background Music)

Rosie's Reverie - Matt Ender [Sonoton Music Library] (Mailbag Reading Background music ; "Jacey and his pop")

Bare Teddy Wheels On - Mike Garson [Universal Production Music] (Multiple Sketches Background Music)

Wollen Sie? - Christian Poulet [Universal Production Music] (Easy Listening Music Space Ghost forces Zorak and Brak to listen to)

Piano & Electric Guitar Blues - Kenneth Anderson [Manhattan Production Music] (It Ain't Easy Bein' Evil and Zorak's Blues Instrumental)

Wake Up - Chris Mores and Geoff Levin [FirstCom Music] (The Song "Wake Up")

Mediterranean Cruise - Anthony Mawer [DeWolfe] ( Monday Ratings Report Background Music- Ultra 7 Cancelled)

Sun Pretty - Anthony Mawer [DeWolfe] (Mailbag Background Music - Self Proclaimed Ruler of Earth)

Slipper Satin - Keith Papworth [DeWolf] (Mailbag Reading Background Music)

Looney Tunes Part 1 - Dennis Farnon [Cavendish Music] (Mailbag Reading Background Music)

Jeunesse - Anthony Mawer [DeWolfe] (Multiple Sketches Background Music)

Neutral Link No.47 - Ivor Slaney [DeWolfe] ( Living Ghost Bumper)

Pretty Poll - Ivor Slaney [DeWolfe (Living Ghost Bumper)

On the Run - Ivor Slaney [DeWolfe] ( Living Ghost Bumper)

Comedy Cameo No.3 - Ivor Slaney [DeWolfe] (Living Ghost Bumper)

Neutral Link No 41 - Ivor Slaney [DeWolfe] (Quick "Sting" Music)

Humorous Link No.2 Ivor Slaney [DeWolfe] (Quick "Sting" Music)
 
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Unclesporkums

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Some more.
Meandering - Greg Wardson [Aircraft Music Library] (Top Five Cartoon Countdown Scene Background )

Sad Clown - Eddie Hirst [Studio G] (Zorak talking in his sleep)

The Zoo - Alec Gould [Studio G] - (Poet's Corner - Little Girl with a Curl)

Short Saunter No.2 - Ivor Slaney [DeWolfe] (Living Ghost Segment)
 

Unclesporkums

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"Have a Nice Day" was also the intro music to "Planet of Doom", "The Night the Lights went out on CP" and "Forbidden Socks"
Also off that album by Jack Trombey were
"Let the Show Begin" (5 sec Version) which was used as the title card themes to the eps "Monkey Trouble", and "Those Miserables"
"Who Wears the Pants" (5 sec) which was the intro theme to "Love that Brak", "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad", "The Empire Strikes Brak", and "Space Ghost Dearest"

"Comedy Snatches No.7" by Keith Papworth was the intro theme to "My Space Ghost the Car", "The Big Mouths", and "A Life in the Day"

"Fritz and Sparks 3" [Comic Link Ascending] by Johnny Hawksworth was the intro theme to "The Mantis from Atlantis", "Tom Foolery", "Where's the Beach?", and "Ratingspalooza"
 

Unclesporkums

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Like I said, no prob! Happy to help reconstruct this soundtrack. Just a few quick corrections, one of the episodes under "Comedy Snatches No 7" is actually called "A Life in THE Day". It's a mixing around of the Beatles song "A Day in the Life".

Also, the description of "Wollen Sie" is a little mixed up. It is Space Ghost who is forcing Zorak and Brak to endure the easy listening music while he enjoys it. It's the second to last skit in "Planet of Doom"
 
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