Space Ghost: Coast to Coast Stock Music List

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NOTE: This thread only covers Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. For music used in Cartoon Planet, see this thread.

Where to listen to these tracks:
Abaco Music = Upright Music
Atmosphere Music = Universal Production Music
Carlin Production Music = Universal Production Music
Cavendish Music
Chappell Production Music = Universal Production Music
Chronic Trax = Universal Production Music
Connect Music = Universal Production Music
DeWolfe Music
Extreme Music
FirstCom Music = Universal Production Music
Galerie Music = Universal Production Music
JW Media Music = Upright Music
Killer Tracks = Universal Production Music
Koka Classic = Universal Production Music
Match Music = Universal Production Music
Megatrax = Megatrax
Music House = EMI Production Music
Non Stop Music = Miles of Musik
NYB Music = Universal Production Music
Omnimusic = APM
Parry Music Library = Upright Music
Warner/Chappell Music - Producer Series = Miles of Musik

Spanish Translation:
  • Music Box - Judith Leonie Cann [Carlin Production Music] (plays during the "Zorak and Moltar Sing the Nursery Rhymes and Favorite Lullabies" segment)
Elevator:
  • Down Home - Robert Farnon [Chappell Production Music] (More to Come" music)
  • Mediterranean Cruise - Anthony Mawer [DeWolfe Music] (romantic music)
  • Sun Pretty - Anthony Mawer [DeWolfe Music] (elevator music at the end)
Bobcat:
  • Jeunesse – Anthony Mawer [DeWolfe Music] (Zorak's “public domain” music)
Batmantis:
  • Gotham City Hero [aka "Ratrace"] - Dominic Francis Glynn [Chappell Production Music] (plays during the scene when Zorak is first Batmantis)
  • Underworld (7), (8) - Robert Farnon [Chappell Production Music] (track 7 plays as a sting numerous times in the episode, and track 8 plays right before the commercial break when the narrator keeps asking questions)
Gum, Disease:
  • All Strings and Fancy Free - Sidney Torch [Chappell Production Music] (technical difficulties screen)
A Space Ghost Christmas:
  • Deck the Halls - Anthony Phillips [Atmosphere Music] (opens the special)
  • Deck the Halls - Alain James Leroux [JW Media Music] ("Gabba Gabba Hey" number)
  • Jingle Bells - Frances Ruffino [JW Media Music] (ending)
  • We Wish You a Merry Christmas - Craig Riley [Hot Ideas Inc.] (ending song)
President's Day Nightmare:
  • Turn it Up - Steve Everitt [Atmosphere Music] (swimsuit competition)
Girlie Show:
  • Declamation - Chris Payne [Chappell Production Music] ("Let the Klugman revolution begin!")
  • Hail the Contenders! - Larry Wolff [Killer Tracks] ("Tonight, we present a special theme show, an all-star spectacular tribute to Women In the Entertainment Industry.")
  • Mediterranean Cruise - Anthony Mawer [DeWolfe Music] ("Can it be?")
  • Soap Link - Alain James Leroux [Parry Music Library] (narration over commercial cliffhanger)
Le Livre D'Histoire:
  • Society Trot - George Roumanis [Killer Tracks] (America's Funniest Funny Videos)
Hungry:
  • Piano Portrait A - Ray Davies [Cavendish Music] (tribute to Raymond)

Sleeper:
  • Celebrity Surprise - Ray Davies [Cavendish Music] (opening music)
  • Funeral March - Frederic Chopin (Zorak plays Space Ghost to the desk)
  • Jazz Talk - Doug Perkins, Steve Goomas [Abaco Music] (Space Ghost introduces Zorak and the Original Way Outs)
Jerk:
  • Synchrostings 16 - Trevor Duncan [JW Media Music] ("No, he's my... [sting] evil twin!")
Urges:
  • Love Remembered - Greg Hansen [Warner/Chappell Music - Producer Series] (Zorak meets another mantis in the bar)
  • The Stars and Stripes Forever - John Philip Sousa (Space Ghost declares a holiday on the Ghost Planet)
  • Which Girl? - Bruce Chianese, Chris Many, Geoff Levin [FirstCom Music] (intro sequence; credits)
$20.01:
  • Comedy - Wah Wah [Sound Effects For Your Website] ("Wah wah" trumpet sting)
  • Fanfare Espana - Jonathan Merrill [Killer Tracks] (plays when MOE 2000 is introduced)
  • Synchrostings 1 - Trevor Duncan [JW Media Music] (plays when Space Ghost fires Zorak and Moltar)
Freak Show:
  • Eeuu (Country) - Orquestra Club Miranda [Monrose Digital] (Banjo music when discussing Junior Samples)
  • Maple Leaf Rag - Scott Joplin (Zorak plays Space Ghost to the desk)
Switcheroo:
  • Blue Coat Boy - Derek Austin [JW Media Music] (Chad and Elvira exchange flirting glances)
Surprise:
  • Maui Luau - Grant Geissman and Rick Rhodes [FirstCom Music] (Lokar's Hawaiian music)
Glen Campbell:
  • Adrenalise - Martin Lawrence [Atmosphere Music] (Zorak plays Space Ghost to the desk)
  • Synchrostings 5 - Trevor Duncan [JW Media Music] (plays when "To Be Continued" appears)
Jacksonville:
  • Frenzy - Michael J. Dowdle [Warner/Chappell Music - Producer Series] ("Tonight's episode: Hickory Dickory DEAD.")
  • Run for Your Life - Martin Lawrence [Atmosphere Music] (The music during the last week recap)
  • Synchrostings 4 - Trevor Duncan [JW Media Music] (everyone on the bus has a concerned look)
  • Synchrostings 8 - Trevor Duncan [JW Media Music] (everyone telling Space Ghost that they're pregnant)
Late Show:
  • Mexican Hat Dance - traditional ("It's getting like a Mexican game show in here!")
Art Show:
  • "Wired" by Bertrand Siretas and Bruno Sourice [Koka Media] (Zorak plays Space Ghost to the desk)
Cookout:
  • Killer Stab 6 - Tim Souster [DeWolfe Music] ("Psycho"-style stings)
Rehearsal:
  • St. Thomas Passion - Nick Rivera and Rick Rhodes [FirstCom Music] ("Ask the Big Banana" jingle)
Gallagher:
  • Play Off - Denis Hawksworth [Parry Music Library] (“Space Quiz Time Fun 9000" music)
  • Spin the Wheel - Alain James Leroux [Parry Music Library] (organ music)
Edelweiss:
  • Global Network - Douglas A. Wood [Omnimusic] (infomercial music)
Anniversary:
  • Au Petit Romance - Suzie Katayama [Killer Tracks] (end credits)
  • William Tell Overture - Gioachino Rossini [unknown music library] (Zorak plays Space Ghost to the desk)
Zoltran:
  • Mania - Steve Everitt [Atmosphere Music] (Zorak plays Space Ghost to the desk)
  • Show Bits D - Denis Hawksworth [Parry Music Library] (Comedy jingle)
  • Synchrostings 7 - Trevor Duncan (JW Media Music) (dramatic sting)
Pilot:
  • Symphony No. 6 (Pastorale) - Movement 1 - Ludwig van Beethoven (wraparounds with Lokar)
Speck:
  • Dub City - Mark Cherrie, Andrew Dewar [APM] (Plays before commercial break)
Zorak:
  • It's a Loverly Day in May (Alternate) - John Cacavas, Lisa Cacavas [Parry Music Library] ("Ah, Zorak, what can we say?")
  • Silly Me (Alternate) - John Cacavas, Jennifer Cacavas [Parry Music Library] (Space Ghost invisos to the desk)
  • Triumph Fanfare 2 - John Cacavas [Abaco Music] ("Zorak, here comes your life.")
Switcheroo (1997):
  • Battalions of Space - Alan Hawkshaw [Music House] ("Trust your in your feelings, Tad.")
  • Lovers Dream - John Leach, Francis Silkstone [DeWolfe Music] (sitar music)
Mayonnaise:
  • Piano Bar [Parry Music Library] (Zorak's number)

Brilliant Number One:
  • Heirate Mich - Rammstein (plays during the cold opening)
  • Wollt Ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? - Rammstein (plays during the intro sequence)
Boo Boo Kitty:
  • Lazy Cowboy - Keith Papworth [DeWolfe Music] (Space Ghost riding dolphin)
Needledrop:
  • Dance 2 Dis - Julia Barry [Connect Music] (ending)
  • Finishing School - David Hynes [Match Music] (opening)
  • Kick 'N Bass - Steve Manning [Connect Music] (flashback to old Space Ghost episode)
  • Seven Daze of Dance - Claire Stone [Connect Music] ("I got a notion to put my butt in motion. Moltar!")
  • Yank It Off - Claire Stone [Connect Music] ("Soooooooooooooollllloooooooooo dance party!")
Pavement:
  • Onslaught - Robert Farnon [Chappell Production Music] (plays when Space Ghost fights Fidor)
Hipster:
  • Cathedral Swing - Malcolm Lockyer [Cavendish Music] (Chad announces the guests on the show)
Dam:
  • Soaring Hawks - Bruce Frederick Mitchell [Parry Music Library] (The New Age music that plays on the self-help tape)
Telethon:
  • Celebrity Surprise - Ray Davies [Cavendish Music] (Pete Michael is introduced)
  • Meditation - Richard Howgill [Cavendish Music] ("We're broke.")
  • Spin the Wheel - Alain James Leroux [Parry Music Library] (organ music).
Dimethypyridiminol Bisulfite:
  • Soft-Shoe Sam - John Cacavas [Killer Tracks] (Sugarman's Potted Meat Food Product commercial)
Joshua:
  • Daytime Chat Show - Steven John [Chappell Production Music] (section on interviews; "Let's stop here. We don't want to give too much away.")
  • Euro Slam - Chris Lang, Eric Cunningham, Peran Van Dyke [Chronic Trax] ("Realize Your Marketability By Utilizing A Leveraged Strategic Synergy")
  • Fields of Green - Reed Hays, Scott Schreer [NYB Music] ("Welcome to Ghost Planet Industries...")
  • Full Blast - Roger Webb [DeWolfe Music] ("Drink this juice! It's goooooooood stuff!")
  • Full Force - Jonathan Merrill, Phil Garrod, Scott Schreer [NYB Music] (section on power)
  • Grand Slam - Jonathan Merrill, Ken Wallace, Scott Schreer [NYB Music] (section on branding)
  • Heroes - Steve Martin [Match Music] (Space Ghost mowing the lawn)
  • Miami 1 - Steve Martin [Match Music] ("What's important is that Space Ghost is your ticket to a solid financial future.")
  • Moonlight Bay - Steve Martin [Match Music] ("Climate control. Am I right?")
  • Nostalgia - Judson Maher [Non Stop Music library] ("Zorak's in the recording studio, about to record those funny lines that the writers were writing earlier.")
  • Rotterdamned - Chris Lang, Eric Cunningham, Peran Van Dyke [Chronic Trax] (Space Ghost 2000 transitions)
  • Sports Mania - Jonathan Merrill, Rick DiFonzo, Scott Schreer [NYB Music] ("So, what have we learned? Heck, I don't know; that this is one crazy show! And I'm Dick Dickenbach! Bye now!")
  • Sports Tech - Jonathan Merrill, Phil Garrod, Scott Schreer [NYB Music] (start of episode; also "What's the Future of You?" section)
  • Star Presentation - Steve Martin [Match Music] (future guests)
  • Stargazer 1 - Steve Martin [Match Music] ("This ray has your name on it, but only if your name is Destructo. Peter Destructo!")
  • Titans of Turf - Jonathan Merrill, Rick DiFonzo, Scott Schreer [NYB Music] (section on research)
Lawsuit:
  • Comedy Punctuations and Bridges 6-10, 16-20 - Frederic Bayco [JW Media Music] (various stings)
  • Fishin' and Whistlin' - Chris Many, Geoff Levin [FirstCom Music] (credits music)
  • Goofy Alien, The - Chris Many, Geoff Levin [FirstCom Music] (title music)
  • Machismo - Danny Pelfrey, Rick Rhodes [FirstCom Music] (ending)
Cahill:
  • Grimm Brothers Circus - Serge Franklin [Galerie Music] (credits music)
  • Maple Leaf Rag - Scott Joplin; arranged by Jonathan Starkey [Chappell Production Music] (Zorak plays Space Ghost to the desk)
Warren:
  • Bombino Sexy Lounge - The Great Gatbsy ("Listen to me: Love and fear are often the same thing.")
  • Dry Throat - Steve Race [JW Media Music] ("You see, boys, Warren was my mentor.")
  • Hypnodrone - Barry Franklin [Abaco Music] (Space Ghost, Zorak, and Moltar conjure up Gary Owens)
  • Lynch Fever - Trevor Duncan [JW Media Music] ("The time has come for me to put a lid on this cosmic crackpot.")
  • Perdus dans la toundra - Vladimir Cosma (Space Ghost, Zorak, and Moltar enter Warren's cave)
  • Right Price 6, The - Andy Quin [DeWolfe Music] ("And now, back to The Warren Show")
  • Scream - Steve Race [JW Media Music] (plays numerous times)
  • Synchrostings 7 - Trevor Duncan [JW Media Music] (Warren has taken over Space Ghost's show)
  • Synchrostings 11 - Trevor Duncan [JW Media Music] ("Tell 'em this... when you see 'em in Poland!")
  • Synchrostings 15 - Trevor Duncan [JW Media Music] (Zorak taunts Warren)
  • Tape Worm - Derek Austin [JW Media Music] (Space Ghost flying the Phantom Cruiser)
Chinatown:
  • Cheeky Monkey - Trevor Duncan [Cavendish Music] (Zorak's pleasant music)
Rio Ghosto:
  • Somethin' To Dance To - Michael Welsh [Killer Tracks] (dance music)
Curses:
  • Pagan Ritual - Simon Park [DeWolfe Music] (possessed Space Ghost)
Intense Patriotism:
  • Los Gauchos - Alec Milstein, Ron Cohen [FirstCom Music] (credits music)
  • When Johnny Comes Marching Home - Julian Carleton [Chappell Production Music] (played by Zorak when Space Ghost introduces Jeff Foxworthy)
  • Whistle and March - Martin Smith and Dominick Glynn [Chappell Production Music] (Space Ghost's head on Mount Rushmore)
Waiting For Edward:
  • Carry on Shopping - Ray Davies [Cavendish Music] ("Waiting" part 2)
  • Lazy Day - Peter Moore [Cavendish Music] (The hammond organ music that Zorak performs to play Space Ghost to the desk)
  • Stop-Watch - Sam Fonteyn [Chappell Production Music] ("Waiting" part 1)
Chambraigne:
  • Invaders from Space - Danny Pelfrey and Rick Rhodes [Killer Tracks] (Carl & Sons theme)
  • Silver Screen - Jon Kull [Megatrax] (triumphant music when Space Ghost shows off his brain)
Snatch:
  • Brahms's Lullaby - Johannes Brahms (unknown arrangement) (played by Zorak)
  • Races of Mullingar - Sean Keane [Chappell Production Music] (eBay auction ending)
  • Killer Stab 1 - Tim Souster [DeWolfe Music] (sting after Zorak says "Us.")
  • Orchestra Sting - Randy Miller [Megatrax] (the dramatic stings after Zorak says "Where'd you go?")
  • Shade Tree - Eve Dowdle [Non Stop Music] ("HE ENDT" ending)
Sequel:
  • Black and White TV - Donald Bradley Kelley and Karen Louise Kelley [FirstCom Music] (the recap at the start of the episode)
  • Felicity - Donald Bradley Kelley and Hal Brown [FirstCom Music] (Space Ghost lost while flying; alternates with James Bond-esque music)
  • Spy Ring A - Ray Davies [Cavendish Music] (spy music)
  • Street - Steve Everitt [Atmosphere Music] (credits music)
Curling Flower Space:
  • Space Ghost & Dino Boy ending music - Ted Nichols (everyone laughs)
  • Surf Detective - Dan Stein [FirstCom Music] (C. Ling tile appears)
Fire Ant:
  • Emperor Fanfare - Charles R. Blaker, Kevin L. Hiatt [Megatrax] (opening)
  • Herald Fanfare - Charles R. Blaker, Kevin L. Hiatt [Megatrax] (Space Ghost hoisted up by the rope)
King Dead:
  • Pazoo Kids - Rick Rhodes [FirstCom Music] (Circus of the Barking Dead)
Kentucky Nightmare:
  • River Song - Doug Smith [FirstCom Music] (plays during Space Ghost's documentary about bears and sharks)
Flipmode:
  • Blood Beast - Version 1 - Tim Souster [DeWolfe Music] ("My God! Wooden eels!")
  • Lap Record - Michael Tauben and Simon Benson [Music House] (rave music)
Sweet For Brak:
  • Girl in a Bottle - Chris Many, Geoff Levin [FirstCom Music] (plays during the opening credits for "Blood Dumpster")
  • Pagan Ritual - Simon Park [DeWolfe Music] (devil hand)
Baffler Meal (extended version):
  • Harpsichord Conc. No5 BWV 1056 (Largo) - Johann Sebastian Bach [Koka Classic] (plays when the manager of Burger Trench is shown)
  • Super Hero - Mark Russell [Atmosphere Music] (The Aqua Teens introduce themselves)
Whipping Post:
  • Derby Day - Werner Tautz [Extreme Music] (Space Ghost screaming in the Phantom Cruiser)
  • Funk Family - Crispin Taylor, Ernie McKone, and Toby Baker [Chappell Production Music] (Zorak plays funky music)
  • Intrepid [Warner/Chappell Music] (Space Ghost and Zorak fight)
Eat a Peach:
  • Handles of Love - Heinz Kiessling [Extreme Music]: Space Ghost at the supermarket.
  • Symphony No. 5 - Gustav Mahler: Plays when "LATER" is shown.
  • Tower of Power - Jim Dooley: Zorak vs. crow.
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed:
  • Rooftop Fight - Mark Russell [Atmosphere Music]: Fight music with repair man.
  • Symphony No. 5 - Gustav Mahler: "Why do we always hurt the ones we love?!"
Idlewild South:
  • The Theremin - Bruce Woolley and Radio Science Orchestra [Atmosphere Music] (Space Ghost "dies")
Dreams:
  • Handles of Love - Heinz Kiessling [Extreme Music]: Space Ghost at the supermarket.
Live at the Fillmore:
  • Klondike - Alain James Leroux, James Joseph Kalamasz [Parry Music Library]: "Racism is Bad: A One-Man Show"
  • Wacky Big Top - Randy Alan Miller [Megatrax]: Carnival music
Various episodes:
  • Happy Jack - Arch Bacon [Match Music] (plays during the "Coming Soon"/"Space Ghost as cowboy" bumpers)
Sonny Sharrock music:
  • Fear of a Ghost Planet
  • Ghost Planet National Anthem
  • Out to Launch
  • Rocket #99
DVD Special features:
  • The Whizz - Adam Charles Edward Francis [Parry Music] (Kitties video)
  • Xerxes (Largo) - George Frideric Handel [Koka Classic] (the feature where George Lowe is in a cowboy outfit with a pony)
Unknown Tracks:
-$20.01: Describing MOE 2000.
-Baffler Meal: "Just because he doesn't look like you."; hunger imagery.
-Boo Boo Kitty: "Space Ghost! Look!"; "Psycho"-esque stings; Space Ghost gasps.
-Chambraigne: Piano music that begins the episode; music during the Chambraigne demonstration.
-Dam: The dramatic sting when the Hoover Dam is shown.
-Dimethypyridiminol Bisulfite: Choir during "1966!"
-Eat a Peach: Zorak plays Space Ghost to the desk; banjo music.
-Edelweiss: Zorak as a ghost.
-Flipmode: Supermarket music.
-Girlie Show: Jeopardy-style theme; "They've won Diddly Squat!"; romantic music; lounge vibes; solo violin.
-Hipster: Lounge music throughout his interviews.
-Idlewild South: "It does?"; Space Ghost riding the monitor; "He's gonna hurt himself. Probably fatally."; Moltar's music in the control room.
-In Memory of Elizabeth Reed: Spanish music.
-Jacksonville: "Space Ghost: Coast to Coast: A Martin Quinn Production"; the scene transition music; "After the Jacksonville incident..."
-King Dead: Brak's super tall fruit hat; the music that plays during the UNREASONABLE DEMANDS video.
-President's Day Nightmare: "Big prize" sting.
-Punch: The easy listening jazz music in Space Ghost's Phantom Cruiser; romantic music.
-Sleeper: Japanese haiku music.
-Snatch: All the "Law and Order" scene transitions.
-Surprise: Ragtime music (also heard in "Terminal"); '50s rock music.
-Switcheroo (1996): Flamenco trumpet; dramatic sting.
-Switcheroo (1997): "Can you ever really know a man, Zorak?"
-Terminal: The piano song that opens the episode; Zorak's ragtime music.
-Warren: Space Ghost pokes his head out of the Phantom Cruiser and looks around.
-Whipping Post: Space Ghost and Zorak get ready to fight; Space Ghost's story.
-Zorak: Mintos jingle; harp glisses.
 
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I've discovered a few new tracks since I first posted this article:
- Daytime Chat Show - Steven John [plays in "Joshua"]
- Onslaught - Robert Farnon [plays in "Pavement"]
- Stop-Watch - Sam Fonteyn [plays in "Waiting For Edward"]
- Which Girl? - Bruce Chianese, Chris Many, Geoff Levin [plays in "Urges"]
 

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Found a few more tracks this morning, all of which play in "Joshua":
* Fields of Green - Reed Hays, Scott Schreer [UPPM] ("Welcome to Ghost Planet Industries...")
* Full Force - Jonathan Merrill, Phil Garrod, Scott Schreer [UPPM] (section on power)
* Grand Slam - Jonathan Merrill, Ken Wallace, Scott Schreer [UPPM] (section on branding)
* Sports Mania - Jonathan Merrill, Rick DiFonzo, Scott Schreer [UPPM] ("So, what have we learned? Heck, I don't know; that this is one crazy show! And I'm Dick Dickenbach! Bye now!")
* Sports Tech - Jonathan Merrill, Phil Garrod, Scott Schreer [UPPM] (start of episode; also "What's the Future of You?" section)
* Titans of Turf - Jonathan Merrill, Rick DiFonzo, Scott Schreer [UPPM] (section on research)
 

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A few more finds from "Joshua":
* Heroes - Steve Martin [UPPM]
* Miami 1 - Steve Martin [UPPM]
* Moonlight Bay - Steve Martin [UPPM]
* Star Presentation - Steve Martin [UPPM]
* Stargazer 1 - Steve Martin [UPPM]
 

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Found another three used in "Needledrop":
* Dance 2 Dis - Julia Barry [UPPM] (ending)
* Seven Daze of Dance - Claire Stone [UPPM] ("I got a notion to put my butt in motion. Moltar!")
* Yank It Off - Claire Stone [UPPM] ("Soooooooooooooollllloooooooooo dance party!")
 

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Found a track from "Gum, Disease":
* All Strings and Fancy Free - Sidney Torch [UPPM] (technical difficulties screen)
 

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It's been a while, but I found a new track today, from "Rio Ghosto":

* Somethin' To Dance To - Michael Welsh [UPPM] (dance music)
 

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Found a new track from "Curling Flower Space":
* Surf Detective - Dan Stein [UPPM] (C. Ling tile appears)
 

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Found another one, from "Le Livre D'Histoire":
* Society Trot - George Roumanis [UPPM] (America's Funniest Funny Videos)
 

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Found one from "Girlie Show":
* Hail the Contenders! - Larry Wolff [UPPM] ("Tonight, we present a special theme show, an all-star spectacular tribute to Women In the Entertainment Industry.")
 

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Found two new tracks that played in "Warren": "Dry Throat" and "Scream", both by Steve Race, and "Lynch Fever" by Trevor Duncan.
 

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Some new JW Media Music tracks that played in "Jacksonville" and "Warren":
* Synchrostings 4, 7, 8. and 15 - Trevor Duncan (see entry for details on where they played)
 

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More tracks identified, both in "Lawsuit":
* Comedy Punctuations and Bridges 6-10, 16-20 - Frederic Bayco [various stings]
 

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There are two tracks I'm particularly looking for:
-The tape Space Ghost heards while in his ship in "Chinatown".
-The music heard in the credits of "President day nightmare". I believe is also heard for a second on an old CN ad featuring the animated Mr. T.
 

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There are two tracks I'm particularly looking for:
-The tape Space Ghost heards while in his ship in "Chinatown".
-The music heard in the credits of "President day nightmare". I believe is also heard for a second on an old CN ad featuring the animated Mr. T.
Don't know either of those, but I found another new track:
* Synchrostings 11 - Trevor Duncan (plays in "Warren" when Space Ghost says, "Tell 'em this... when you see 'em in Poland!")
 

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Found another one! This one is part of the CD called "60s and 70s Cheese".

* Carry on Shopping - Ray Davies [second part of "Waiting"] (plays in "Waiting For Edward")
 

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Found another one on the "60s and 70s Cheese" CD, heard in "Chinatown":

* Cheeky Monkey - Trevor Duncan [Zorak's pleasant music]
 

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Found a new track, which plays in "Bobcat":
* Jeunesse – Anthony Mawer [Guild Music] (Zorak's “public domain” music)
 

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