Music of Cartoon Planet

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Thanks for finding all of these! "Over the Clouds" is also used in a promo where Brak's sad about Cartoon Planet being cut back on the schedule.
 

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A couple more findings from albums we're already familiar with.
From Jazzvertising:
Coffee Shop Poet is used in Zorak's "Turn out the light and put the cow out" beatnik rap.
From Fred Forster Welcomes You:
Au Clair de la Lune is used in the sketch where Zorak writes Space Ghost's lines.
The tail end of Narcissus is used in the "Who let a fluffy" and "Big fat head day" sketches.
 

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Okay, found the accordion arrangement of Funiculi Funicula used in Learnin' to Talk Italian Lesson 4! It's on Fistcom's Europe International Vol. 1. The reason it didn't show up in my previous search was because they spelled it with two "N"s! (Funniculi Funnicula)

Additionally, "Naples Cafe" from the same album is used for the other 3 Learnin' to Talk Italian segments.
 
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Sunkissed Salsa from RCAL's Light Themes/Latin/Jazz is the tune used when Space Ghost describes his stay in a hotel that had "Magic Fingers" to a caller, as well as when he, Zorak and Brak try to repeat some Spanish from a fan latter (to varying degrees of success.)

Had been wanting to find this one for a long time! The way the melody comes in after Space Ghost says "Magic... Fingers." always cracked me up.
 

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