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I'm hosting the songs again! Here you will find a collection on Animaniacs songs that were never released on CDs, though they probably should have been. Enjoy!


Featured Songs

Dot The Macadamia Nut (4.9 M) The ever-popular Macarena spoof that really should have been released onto an album.  And for you keen listeners, do you think thats Rob Paulsen wailing in the background?
The Animaniacs Suite (9.8 M) A beautifully orchestrated blend of all the characters' theme music from the show.  Richard Stone is certainly missed.
He's Dr. Scratchansniff, The Studio Shrink (620 k) The Warner's bouncy greeting for the good Doctor from Taming of the Screwy.
Look At Me, I'm In A Musical! (1.09 M) Dot's opening production number from the great Disney spoof Cutie & The Beast.
Be A Pest (1.8 M) The funny "Be Our Guest" parody from Cutie & The Beast
Dough, Some Cash, A Wad Of Cash (642 k) The "Do Re Mi" parody from Dot's Entertainment 
Relax, Chill Out! (1.9 M) Yakko's jazzy "Ghost-of-Christmas-Future" song from A Christmas Plotz.  This is definitely one of my favorites.
Burbank (1.7 M) The Warners' nanny, Prunella Flundergust, sings this hilarious parody in The Sound of Warners. And honestly, Tress MacNeille is a wicked good singer.
Whaddya Do With Children Like Us Warners? (980 k) The WB Staff tries to warn Prunella about the Warners, but the Warners pop up and take center stage.  
Poison Oak (725 k) After Scratchy contracts poison oak, Prunella sings this song about it, to the Warners' dismay.
That's What I Ponder When I Am Afraid (800 k) "You're not gonna sing again, are ya?"  "Uh-huh!"
Eat All Your Oatmeal (981 k) Another great song from The Sound of Warners in which the Warners try to make Prunella mad.
We're The Musketeers (630 k) The Warners make a grand entrance ("we don't do those anymore") in The Three Muska-Warners.
All Wrapped Up And Loved (1.3 M) Whatever Rita wants, Rita gets in this bluesy song from Home on De-Nile.
We're On Our Way To Go See Mr. Plotz (1.7 M) As the title suggests, the Warners are on thier way to see Mr. Plotz in Horray for North Hollywood. But I always wondered why they didn't just pop out of his pencil sharpener like they usually did.
Ya Gotta Schmooze, or Lose (2.4 M) A terrific song explaining how to make it big in Hollywood.
It's New Year's Eve (2.3 M) Another cool song from Hooray for North Hollywood.
L.A. Dot (1.5 M) One of my very favorite songs, also from Hooray For North Hollywood.
Our First Day of School (1.6 M) The Warners greet their teacher Ms. Flamiel for the first time, from Chalkboard Bungle.
Just The Same Old Heroine (1.23 M) A stinging, but pretty accurate, explanation of Disney convention, from the cartoon Jokahontas
Ice Cream Flavors Song (860 k) A break from the Disney persecution in Jokahontas. (Alt. lines: "There's no song like this in the movie." "I know. This one is GOOD." "Point taken. Carry on.")
There Is A Flat In Gay Paree (1.3 M) Rita dreams of a home in this gorgeous song from Les Miseranimals
They Want To Laugh (837 k) A short rock tune from the Beatles spoof A Hard Day's Warner
Hello Nurse (3.3 M) Wakko does his best singing here, in my opinion.  I love this song; its funny and it swings (perfect combination!)
Little Drummer Warners (3.9 M) The Warners significantly jazz up the carol "Little Drummer Boy"
Noel (2.67 M) In this clever take on the old carol, the Warners only say the word "Noel" once throughout the whole song.  
On The Homefront We're Marching Along (1.98 M) My *absolute* favorite of the unreleased Animaniacs songs; from the WWII-themed cartoon Of Course You Know This Means Warners. Really lively, full orchestra swing! 
Purgatory; Here We Come (625 k) A short, funny "California; Here I Come" type tune from Hot Bothered and Bedeviled
Slippin' On The Ice (890 k) The Warners' wintery parody of "Singin' In The Rain"
The Candyman's Swell (244 k) A short but sweet song from The Big CANDY Store
The Tiger Prince (2 M) Another great Disney parody, sung by the talented Cree Summer (the voice of Elmyra)
The Train Bringing Wakko (1.5 M) A song from the Animaniacs' movie Wakko's Wish
Wakko's Gizmo (4 M) Okkay, okkay, so this isn't really a song, but it has a really cool score! A kind of ode to Raymond Scott and Rube Goldberg. ;o)
Gunga Dot (5.9 M) This isn't a song either, but it rhymes!  And it has just about every character speaking a line.  And although I never read Gunga Din, I still think this is pretty funny.
We're From Sam 'n' Ella's Coffee Shop (257 k) Hee hee!  Get it?  "Sam 'n' Ella"?  Well anyway, I dig this little number from Broadcast Nuisance
Minerva Mink's Theme (531 k) The famous mink's theme song.  Not exactly fantastic quality, but it'll do.  
Bones in The Body (3.3 M) Even though this is bad quality, I'm uploading it anyway because its such a cute song, and it helped me to learn anatomy.
Chimney Sweeps (486 k) This tiny song is from Roll Over Beethoven
The Italian Food Song (590 k) The yummy opening song to Mobster Bash
We're The Warner Waiter Two (293 k) Don Pepperoni order pasta but gets a song instead in this same cartoon.
Speak Softly Love (263 k) A lovely little number, also from Mobster Bash
Pinky And The Brain...and Larry (919 k) So what if its not technically from Animaniacs?  Its close enough, and its really funny!
Brain Acres (413 k) Another snag off Pinky & The Brain.  Poor quality, but still very funny.
Just Say Narf (3.47 M) I couldn't resist this little beauty, also from PatB.  Here Pinky sings the glory of "NARF" in a "Make 'Em Laugh" sort of way.  Sorry for the poor quality though.
Wake Over The Turld (1.0 M) Again with the mice.  And its not even a song, but this is genuinely worth a listen.  Its the clip from the end of You Said a Mouseful where Rob, Moe, and Tress cut up...I think at some points they actually did mess up, but other folks say it was all scripted.  You decide!

 

 

More Animani-music!

Well, these are all the unreleased Animaniacs songs I have!  But here are links to some other sites on the web that also offer Animaniacs songs, in case I don't have what you were looking for.  And if you know of another Animaniacs music link, send that along to me so I can include it here.

English Animaniacs Songs on Federica's Animaniacs Home

Songs From The Show on The Wacky Sack

Sounds and Video on Nikka's Animaniacs Page

 

 

Thanks go to...

I was not the one who made these wonderful mp3s; I only collected them and put them on this page. So thanks go to Fred Baker and Federica Giulietti, who made a bunch of these files at my constant whining- er, request. Other files I snagged from Napster (back when it was free), mostly from Timmo Warner and WakkoG and also some other people I don't know. Thanks guys!

 


last updated Jan 11, 2007

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Animaniacs and all these songs right here are copyright of Warner Bros. 1993-2007. Since Warner Bros. only released three complete Animaniacs albums, and since none of these songs are on those albums, I don't feel like I'm infringing on any possible money-making of theirs. I mean, if Warner Bros. won't make any new Animaniacs merchandise, you just gotta make your own, right? Right! But still, I must add as a message to everyone; PLEASE don't sue me.