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The Simpsons Movie: The Music (2007)

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The Simpsons Movie: The Music is a soundtrack album for the 2007 film The Simpsons Movie. It was composed by German film composer Hans Zimmer. The soundtrack was released on July 24, 2007, by Adrenaline Music Group, and peaked at #108 on the Billboard 200 chart. A limited edition version (with a donut-shaped packaging) was released on July 31, 2007. Critics have given the album generally positive reviews.


Executive producer James L. Brooks chose Zimmer to compose the film's score, as they were good friends and regular collaborators. Regular The Simpsons composer Alf Clausen was not asked to score the film. Zimmer was composing for Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End at the same time as he did The Simpsons Movie. He told The Hollywood Reporter that he liked "using all his creative juices at once." Zimmer felt that the score was a "unique challenge", and he had to "try and express the style of The Simpsons without wearing the audience out". He used Danny Elfman's original opening theme from the series, but did not wish to overuse it.

For the soundtrack, Zimmer created themes for each member of the family. Homer's leitmotif was a major focus, and he also composed smaller themes for Bart and Marge. He turned the Spider-Pig song sung by Homer in the film into a choral piece called "Spider Pig", which was a joke he never intended to be put into the film. Zimmer also had to write foreign-language lyrics for the 32 dubbed versions of the song when the film was released internationally. He found translating the song into Spanish the hardest to write. The same choir learned to sing the piece for each of the foreign-language dubs.

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# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 The Simpsons Theme Hans Zimmer       01:27
1-2 Trapped Like Carrots Hans Zimmer       02:15
1-3 Doomsday is Family Time Hans Zimmer       02:27
1-4 Release the Hounds Hans Zimmer       02:19
1-5 Clap for Alaska Hans Zimmer       01:55
1-6 What's an Epiphany? Hans Zimmer       02:07
1-7 Thank You Boob Lady Hans Zimmer       02:45
1-8 You Doomed Us All... Again Hans Zimmer       05:52
1-9 ...Lead, Not to Read Hans Zimmer       02:05
1-10 Why Does Everything I Whip Leave Me? Hans Zimmer       03:05
1-11 Bart's Doodle Hans Zimmer       01:01
1-12 World's Fattest Fertilizer Salesman Hans Zimmer       05:05
1-13 His Big Fat Butt Could Shield Us All Hans Zimmer       01:46
1-14 Spider Pig Hans Zimmer       01:04
1-15 Recklessly Impulsive Hans Zimmer       05:27




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