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  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • And Here Comes the Penis
        • Joke Jay makes when he and Annie are having sex when she's pregnant, the title of his album.
    • Apostle
        • From the Chris Gaines album liner notes: After the lead singer of the band Crush died in an airplane accident, Gaines went solo with his first album Straight Jacket in 1989, followed by Fornucopia in 1991, Apostle in 1994, and Triangle in 1996.
    • April Ludgate is the Best Ever, Volume 1
        • The name of the new album that Andy tells April his band is working on. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • Ben Branson Live at Great Woods
        • Album by musician Ben Branson, the musician whose appearance was used as model for the Adam clones. Both Adam and Amanda find a copy at a thrift store. (Season 1 episode Matchmaker)
    • The Best of Fay
        • Audio recording Lowell makes when he finds out Fay is retiring.
    • Bigger Than Jesus
        • Homer's barbershop quartet, The Be Sharps' second album. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet) Music album by Homer's old barbershop quartet that Marge finds in the attic and sells at the Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Bitches and Tits
        • ACB's new album - featuring the hit single, It's Raining Tits.
    • Bobby Sings the Twos
        • Theme songs to sequels that were never made, a bonus album included with purchase of "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits", a specially priced compilation of major motion picture theme songs written by Ray Parker Jr. that were rejected by the studio. (Season 5 episode The End)
    • The Boys are Back
        • Music album by Cosmic Babies created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Bro Bro Gang
        • Dale and Brennan premiere their music video at Derek's birthday party. Band name: Huff and Doback. Song title: Boats 'N Hoes. Album name: Bro Bro Gang.
    • Buh-Weet Sings
        • Album of songs by Buckwheat from Little Rascals. Send $49.95 for the full volume to Buh-West, Bah Firty Fee, New Nork, New Nork. "Once Buckwheat sings a song it's eternally his."
    • The C-word
        • New album by unbelievable mega superstar Young Bidness. (Season 5 episode Meegan & Andre Break Up)
    • Concert Against Bangladesh
        • Music album that Apu owns, parody of George Harrison and Ravi Shankar's The Concert for Bangladesh. (Season 10 episode I'm With Cupid)
    • Cosmic Clutch
        • Joke Larry makes about a possible title for his next album when he comes across the phrase - the new album by Larry Underwood.
    • Das Bettzeug
        • Opera by Friedrich Gitter-fenster. Alex: "It was from an opera by Friedrich Gitter-fenster called 'Das Bettzeug', and it was the bit where she's snuffing it with her throat cut, and the slovos are 'Better like this maybe'."
    • Devil's Ghost
        • Album by The Black Plague. Tracks include Auldbrass Antics, Objectionable Bimbo, Desecrated Diance, Polanski Nursery, Redheads on Fire, Cum to Me Baby and Requiem of Paco the Shoeshine Boy by Wolfgang Binky.
    • Don't Make Me Cry
        • The sliders stumble on University of Yukon paleontologist Jack Bigelow's archeological dig in the Badlands, exploring the ancient civilization of Los Angeles, including the Chandler Hotel and a Rembrandt Cryin' Man Brown museum, featuring a Don't Make Me Cry gold record published by Onslaught Records and a concert poster for a performance on Friday and Saturday March 14 and 15. (Season 5 episode Dust)
    • Drive Shaft (Album)
        • Charlie's band Drive Shaft's self-titled debut album, which Locke mentions to Charlie. (Season 1 episode House of the Rising Sun)
    • Eat Me Drink Me
        • Music album by Poison Mushroom created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits
        • Specially priced compilation of major motion picture theme songs written by Ray Parker Jr. that were rejected by the studio. (Season 5 episode The End)
    • The FBI Light Opera Society Sings the Complete Gilbert and Sullivan
        • Music tapes Lisa finds in the car the FBI gives them to move to Terror Late as part of the FBI's Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Forget It
        • Nick Webber's album with the song Feelin Like Teen Spirit (which he stole from Nirvana before they wrote it)
    • Fornucopia
        • From the Chris Gaines album liner notes: After the lead singer of the band Crush died in an airplane accident, Gaines went solo with his first album Straight Jacket in 1989, followed by Fornucopia in 1991, Apostle in 1994, and Triangle in 1996.
    • Free Wedding Songs
        • Cassette tape Principal Skinner suggests he and Edna play at their wedding instead of hiring a band. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Girl Army
        • Mother Majesty's new hit album, featuring the song She-nomenom. "You know, this whole album is about girls and empowering girls and, you know, kind of just showing girls that they can be strong and powerful and do what they want to do and not what the media says they need to do." (Season 4 episode Alien Imposters)
    • Glam Slam! Vol. 1
        • The female wrestlers of GLOW make a music video for a song called Makeover as G.L.O.W. Girls on the album Glam Slam! Vol. 1. (Season 2 episode The Good Twin)
    • The Hank Hippopopalous Hip-Hop Hypothesis
        • Uncle Hanky's novelty rap album, mentioned by Mr. Peanutbutter (Season 2 episode Hank After Dark)
    • The Hunter (CD)
        • Musician, as well as his self-titled CD by Jan's old assistant, Hunter, which Jan calls an excellent songwriter - Jan plays his CD and dances at the dinner party (Season 4 Dinner Party)
    • I Bite the Songs
        • Music album by rock star Jennifer Black. (Season 1 episode Harry and the Rock Star)
    • I'm Being Unfaithful to My Wife, Alice Tompkins. You Heard Me, Alice Tompkins
        • Album by Alice Tompkins' ex-husband Cyrus Tompkins. (Season 2 episode Sherman, Woman and Child)
    • Jim Morrison Sings Irving Berlin
        • The clerk at Doppler Computer Superstore shows Rembrandt the music section, which includes the latest state-approved sounds, including Liberace Unplugged, Jim Morrison sings Irving Berlin and Kurt Cobain: The Christmas Album. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Kroon Along with Krusty
        • Gold record in Krusty's office. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous - deleted scene) Gold record on wall at Krustylu Studios. (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show) Music album for sale at the arcade ticket redemption booth at the Family Fun Center amusement park. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
    • Krustophenia
        • Krusty complains that the Simpsons Boogie music album takes off, while his album sits on the shelf, reference to The Who's Quadrophenia. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Kurt Cobain: The Christmas Album
        • The clerk at Doppler Computer Superstore shows Rembrandt the music section, which includes the latest state-approved sounds, including Liberace Unplugged, Jim Morrison sings Irving Berlin and Kurt Cobain: The Christmas Album. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Liberace Unplugged
        • The clerk at Doppler Computer Superstore shows Rembrandt the music section, which includes the latest state-approved sounds, including Liberace Unplugged, Jim Morrison sings Irving Berlin and Kurt Cobain: The Christmas Album. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Living Aphrodite
        • Audio recording that Jill mentions when helping Mike look for a gift for Duke. Jill: "A de-luxe Album of Feminine Beauty in Gorgeous Stereo-Color by the World's Greatest Artists of the Camera. Notice: this item will not be sent by mail. It will be forwarded at purchaser's risk by prepaid express only."
    • The Lonely Soul Surfer
        • Music album by Death, which Bill & Ted's daughters call the most underrated album in 1998. Critics hated it.
    • Loony Luau
        • Music album with camp value that John finds in the Simpsons record collection. (Season 8 episode Homer's Phobia)
    • Max Rebo Greatest Hits
        • Featuring the songs: "Why do I look like an elephant?", "It's not easy being blue", "Ooh, I have an average memory", "I'm not afraid of mice", "I have fingers, elephants don't", "You know what they say about big ears", "Definitely not an elephant", "Junk in my trunk", "I already told you I'm not an elephant", "There is no elephant in the room, because I'm not an elephant, mama", "I sleep lying down, girl" and "Neither of us is an elephant" (Duet with N Sync's Joey Fatone)
    • Meet the Be Sharps
        • Music album by Homer's barbershop quartet, recorded during the magical summer of 1985, sold by Comic Book Guy at the Springfield Swap Meet. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet) Unsold copies are visible in the Simpsons' attic. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Thing and I)
    • Mel at the Hollywood Bowl
        • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mel Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival
        • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mel Live at the Palace
        • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mel Sings at Carnegie Hall
        • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mel Sings with Cesar Romero
        • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Melvin and the Squirrels
        • Music album sold by Comic Book Guy at the Springfield Swap Meet. Parody of Alvin and the Chipmunks - part of the rodent invasion of the early 60s. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • Mel's Best to You at Christmas
        • Mel Torme album that magician The Famous Falcone steals from Harry. (Season 3 episode Could This Be Magic?)
    • Mills for Bills
        • New album by musician Lauren Wesley, fictional musician featured on the news website GEN.
    • The Mosquitoes at Carnegie Hall
        • Album by rock band The Mosquitoes, which they leave behind after leaving the island in their helicopter. Actually a prop - a Jerry Vale album. Four Jerry Vale albums are still visible on the back: "Jerry Vale's Greatest Hits", "The Same Ole Moon", "I Remember Russ" and "I Remember Buddy." (episode Don't Bug the Mosquitoes)
    • Mourn the Great Frog Society
        • Music album by The Great Frog Society, a supergroup of dead musicians in Heaven led by Jim Morrison, featuring Jimi Hendrix, Keith Moon, Janis Joplin, Buddy Holly and Louis Armstrong. (Host Val Kilmer 12/10/2011 - Behind the Music: Rock & Roll Heaven)
    • Museum Noises
        • CD given away for a donation to the PBS pledge drive. "Now your music room can sound just like The Metropolitan Museum in New York" (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • Nick Webby Web
        • Nick Webber's album that contains the song Gin & Juicey Juice (which he stole from Snoop Dog before he wrote it)
    • Oil Change
        • Drive Shaft's second album that Locke mentions to Charlie. (Season 1 episode House of the Rising Sun)
    • Pipin Hot Bread
        • 8 track cassette on the floorboard of Homer's car, next to the gun that shot Mr. Burns. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Piss
        • Alternate piss version of R.E.M. album Green from extended "Green Piss" scene where Danny and Wheeler ad lib a bunch of piss jokes.
    • Poncier EP
        • Cassette EP of 5 songs by the fictional band Poncier, featuring Cliff Poncier, grunge musician played by Matt Dillon.
    • Pop Girls, Etc.
        • Dick tells Rob he found a new Liquorice Comfits album over at Vintage Vinyl that was never released in the US, it was a Japanese import only. He then offers to tape the album for Rob, since he liked their second one, Pop Girls, Etc., the one with Cheryl Ladd on the cover.
    • Post Millennium Paradise
        • Music album by Seaquinz created by the motion picture prop house The Earl Hayes Press.
    • Rainbow Randolph Original TV Soundtrack (Vol 1)
        • One of many Rainbow Randolph licensed products in the Death to Smoochy world that appears on the official Death to Smoochy website.
    • Rappin' Ronnie Reagan
        • Tape Homer brings on the Simpson/Flanders road trip to Lake Springfield. (Season 5 episode Homer Loves Flanders)
    • Requiem
        • Live album by The Black Plague. Tracks include: I Love You, Suck the Bunny, Teenage Suicide, Hot Juice, Sexual Pudding, Violation and Requiem of Paco the Shoe Shine Boy by Wolfgang Binky.
    • Rise Above It
        • Album by Wendell Sanders, featuring the song The Power of Wings. (Season 3 episode The Power of Wings)
    • S.F.W.: The Benefit Album
        • Product sold to help the hostages.
    • Scrambled Eggs and Wobbly Legs
        • Ian the Shark: "Here's the Sons of Thunder from their album Scrambled Eggs and Wobbly Legs. This is Ian the Shark on the station with more hair, more flair, yet so debonair: KPPX. Rebel Radio-oh-oh-oh-oh."
    • Sea Chanteys
        • 90 sea chanteys sung by the Sea Captain, on 3 compact discs, advertised on Channel 92. Includes the bonus disc Hornpipe Fever. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
    • Sharp Little Object
        • Nick Webber's album with the song You Oughtta Know (which he stole from Alanis Morissette before she wrote it)
    • Simpsons Boogie
        • Following the success of their TV show, the Simpsons venture into music, releasing several albums, including Simpsons Boogie, Lovely to Love Your Lovin' and Simpsons Christmas Boogie, which went mega platinum and swept the grammies. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Smarter Than You
        • Album by fictional Seattle grunge band Citizen Dick.
    • Songs in the Key of Realness
        • Pierce finds out that Hawthorne Wipes moist towelettes have become a gay icon, thanks to the band Urbana Campaign's song Pocket Full of Hawthornes, from their album Songs in the Key of Realness. In order to capitalize on the trend, he has his company put out a special edition Hawthorne PRIDE Wipes, which sponsors Greendale's First Annual Gay Bash! "They may cost more, but they're gayer." (Season 3 episode Advanced Gay)
    • Songs to Enrage Bus Drivers
        • Tape Otto listens to while driving the school bus - a tape of kids singing, which he ends up throwing out the window. (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
    • Sounds of Light and Fury
        • Cyclops holds up a vinyl recording of former singer turned X-Man Dazzler's album Sounds of Light and Fury (deleted scene)
    • Straight Jacket
        • From the Chris Gaines album liner notes: After the lead singer of the band Crush died in an airplane accident, Gaines went solo with his first album Straight Jacket in 1989, followed by Fornucopia in 1991, Apostle in 1994, and Triangle in 1996.
    • Strangers in the Night
        • Album by heavy metal rock band The Plague (Season 2 episode Sledge, Rattle & Roll)
    • Sweet Mama Jessup Greatest Hits
        • Susan Saint Jackalope offers Tiger a copy of Sweet Mama Jessup's Greatest Hits album. (Season 2 episode Ultra-Max)
    • S'Wonderful S'Marvelous S'Krusty
        • Music album by Krusty the Clown sold by Comic Book Guy at the Springfield Swap Meet. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet)
    • Tattoo
        • Album by The Black Plague. Tracks include: Your Mom..., The Big Huge, My Nazi Wench, Suck the Bunny, Hon, I Screwd the Kids, Bruce Poked Maud and Requiem of Paco the Shoe Shine Boy by Wolfgang Binky.
    • Theatre of Pain
        • Hit album by rock band Motley Lou, originally Motley Crue, before time traveler Lou Dorchen replaces Vince Neil on vocals.
        • The band's 1979 demo tape consisted of several homemade demos introduced by a fictional local network television personality Jason Taverner, host of The Jason Taverner Show - a character in Philip K. Dick's Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said. According to Taverner, the band recorded the hit album, "There'll Be A Good Time With Taverner Tonight" to thank him.
    • These Things I Believe
        • Singer Johnny Calhoun's spoken word album of his right wing political views that killed his career. Answer to a radio station contest question that Homer calls in and wins. (Season 4 Homer the Heretic)
    • Toppless
        • Rembrandt Brown's solo music album, released in September 1973. (Pilot episode)
    • Touch Me I'm Dick
        • Album by fictional Seattle grunge band Citizen Dick.
    • Triangle
        • From the Chris Gaines album liner notes: After the lead singer of the band Crush died in an airplane accident, Gaines went solo with his first album Straight Jacket in 1989, followed by Fornucopia in 1991, Apostle in 1994, and Triangle in 1996.
    • Uma Shang Shang: The Flower Song
        • When the Simpsons visit Springfield Mall, they discover that the old JC Penney's is now a collection of candle kiosks and Persian CD stores selling a CD called Uma Shang Shang: The Flower Song by Persian musician Nabil. (Season 18 episode Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em)
    • Valley of the Strange Babes
        • Wild Stallyns album framed on Death's wall, seen in the bonus feature called Death's Crib. Death painted it silver himself, because no one bought it.
    • We'll Never Reunite
        • Last album by the fictional band Land Ho, before the lead singer split and they broke up. (Season 6 episode Flu Seadon 2)
    • Whip Me, Grate Me, Please Me
        • Album by Blender Children featuring the song Mr. MX-7.

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