Music of Ren and Stimpy

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    The Ren and Stimpy Show used numerous stock music pieces from the Associated Production Music and Capitol Records libraries in the show. Below is a detailed list of where each song appeared, by section. (Note that this list does not include music from Ren and Stimpy: Adult Party Cartoon).

    Associated Production Music


    (songs can be fully previewed for free on APM's website)

    60's Party 1 by Steve Byrd.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy is watching "Drag Your Butt on the Carpet".

    Abide With Me by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Stimpy asks, "Any vicious dogs in there?"

    Aboriginal Chants A by Garry Hardman.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren goes crazy from not getting any sleep.

    Absolute Zero by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Stimpy is wide-eyed when looking at the Lincoln statue.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is first bored in the cave.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren eats the soap.

    Achterhoek Dances, The by Jan Rap.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when a pixie exits the shower.

    Acredite Se Quiser by Vantuil A. Ferreira, Aristides Marques, and Jorge Ferreira Borges Da Silva.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren puts nitroglycerin on Stimpy's chair (heard on the TV Stimpy's watching).

    Action Cut A by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren is shown eating the chicken.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays at the beginning of the episode when Ren narrates.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy lays tissues on the floor to walk on, as well as when Ren says death is inevitable.

    Acts of Heroism (a) by Trevor Duncan.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when the newspaper headlines are shown.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy hits something (which turns out to be an oaf).
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Stimpy is exhausted in the editing room.

    Acts of Heroism (c) by Trevor Duncan.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays during the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Stimpy thinks he's successfully completed his invention.

    Adventures of P.C. 49, The by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Dr. Brainchild debuts, as well as when Ren heads to the stomach.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Stimpy gets ready for bed, as well as when Stimpy says "Yuk yuk yuk!"
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren is scared to approach the door of the deadbeat.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Wilbur Cobb calls the Stimpysaurus a friend to mankind, as well as during his theory that the dinosaurs went extinct because they coughed, sneezed, and belched at the same time.

    African Drums by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren drinks Stimpy's fat at a frenzied pace.

    Afternoon Promenade by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "I feel stupid, oh so stupid..." is said.

    Aiki A by Damil Ahmed.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when the camel appears and spits in the glass.

    Air Raid by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when "RED LIGHT!" is said, and also when the word "Freak!" echoes through Ren's head.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren shouts, "Do you hear me? Alone! ALONE! ALONE!!!"
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren goes crazy from the incessant noise in the house.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when Stimpy drinks a bucket of lard to calm the lummox.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays after the newspaper headline when Ren shouts "FIRE!" a second time.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when little Johnny is almost ready to fall asleep.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help: Plays when Ren says "Don't you even bother!"
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy grabs Ren's shoe.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren shouts, "We... don't... want... no... SALVE!"
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the audience gets angry after Ren says "Uh... duh?".

    Aloha by Dick Walter.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when the climate control feature is shown, specifically the warm room.

    Alouette by Brian Gulland and Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Alpine Festival by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren and Stimpy jump off the roof to combat bad luck.

    Alto Sax by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren gets a new issue of Husk.

    Am Dorfbrunnen A by Otto Sieben:
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays as the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are seen reading fan mail.

    Amarillo Swin by Richard Gilks.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when a cheese pinky ring is shown.

    Amazing Grace by John Newton and John Wilberforce.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays right before the house explodes.

    America (My Country 'Tis of Thee) by Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays during the paperboy oath.

    America the Beautiful (a) by Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays at the end of the oath, right before "Dramatic Impact 1".

    American Odyssey (a) by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when the camera pans over the desert in the beginning, as well as the Blue Cheese Mountains are shown, and when Ren and Stimpy make it to the Blue Cheese Mountains.

    Andante Serios by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren laments that they're never going to find a tree.

    Anenaiki A by Augustyn Bloch.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren holds Sid over the sink.

    Anger by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Ren shouts, "I just wanna know one thing. ONE THING!"
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren exclaims in horror that Stimpy washed his used celebrity underwear collection.

    Anguish by Richard Hill.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is kicked out of the cave.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack swallows the BBQ.

    Animal Fair by Trevor Thornton.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Stimpy is watching TV.

    Ankarar Streets by Ali Isfahan.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Title card.

    Anthem of Czarist Russia (Hist.Hymn) (b) by Alfred Kluten and A. Feodorovitch Lvov.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren says "It's working, Stimpski!"

    Appearing Live (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when the establishing shot of the concert is shown.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when "Snotra!" is said.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Title card, as well as Sammy appears at the party.

    Appearing Live (c) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Ren is at the dinner table with signs all around him.

    Approaching Danger by James Clarke.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren laments, "But what about my sausage?"
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren chews out Stimpy for believing in superstitions.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren compares his thighs with Stimpy's.

    Approaching Evil by Chris Payne and Paul Rogers.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren beats up the dummy.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Evil Ren dumps more formula on himself after Stimpy's speech.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren goes crazy and screams.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren laughs while holding Sid over the sink.

    Armed Attack by Jean Clero.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to go rot in the jungle.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays during the puppet play when Jack continues the story after "a blood-thirsty, two-horned devil!" It also plays at the end when Jack throws stones.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren snaps, wants to wrestle Sid, and also the ending.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren freaks out while looking into the camera, right before he says "You want me to be stupid? I QUIT!"

    Ascendant, The (d) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: End of the episode.
    ▪ Untamed World: End of the episode.

    At the Museum by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy describes Tuesday the 17th.

    Baby Elephant by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Stimpy says, "But Ren, you've been living off your mother for the past eight years."

    Bachelor Life, The (a) by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Title card.

    Backporch Blues (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy and his friends are thrown out of the tree.

    Backporch Blues (d) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays whenever Ren and Stimpy peel potatoes.

    Backwoods by Stefan Grossman.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays during the funeral.

    Bailando Con La Gitana by David Snell.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when the cow puts on the underwear.

    Bale Guilvinec by Daniel Janin.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Title card.

    Balow, My Babe by Patrick Gowers.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy prays for help with his TV addiction.

    Bargains Galore by Dennis Berry and Stuart Crombie.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Title card.

    Barrelhouse Stomp (a) by Jonathan Starkey.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays during the card game.

    Bass Clarinet Effect by David Farnon.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays right before "Undecided E".
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays right before "Raspberry! (a)".

    Bass Tension - Simon Benson, Eugenio Grandi.
    ▪ Plays in "Stimpy's Pet" during the scene at the sewer.

    Bassoon Link (b) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Mrs. Buttloaves spits mints at Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy's record disintegrates.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren says, "There! All signed!"

    Bastille Snare by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren and Stimpy learn what they'll get from the will.

    Bat Stabs by David Farnon.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays twice when Ren turns around.

    Battle at Sea by Johnny Pearson.
    ▪ Black Hole: Title card.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when an elk throws a rock at Ren.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy's boat begins to sink.

    Battle Hymn of the Republic (a) by Graham De Wilde and William John Steffe.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren and Stimpy take the bell hop oath.

    Battle Hymn of the Republic (b) by Graham De Wilde and William John Steffe.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays after Ren signs the contract.

    Battle Order by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM grabs the president.

    Be Cool (b) by Benny Carter.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when the hoodlum pigeons are introduced.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis is thrown out of his mansion.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when a fat guy sits on the toilet seat to warm it.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when the installer monkey jumps out the window.

    Bear Time by Ron Ronsted.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Ren guesses wrong, as well as when Stimpy tries an impression.

    Beast Within, The by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren yells, "Why didn't you use waterproof sand, GENIUS?!"

    Beautiful Isles of Hawaii, The by George Elliot.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Title card; also plays when Stimpy is given a feast.

    Bedlam by W. Merreck Farran.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy's pile is shown. (at the same time as other tracks)

    Beginners Please by David Lindup.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid the circus clown is introduced.

    Beguine by Night by Eric Winstone.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays during the family bathtime.

    Bell Plate Hit by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Hey It's That Guy says, "…And their money!"
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays right after "Into Battle Again/Main Theme".
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren gets an idea. (right before "Sugar Beat" plays)

    Benedictus by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren prophesizes about how it's going to rain wieners for 40 days and 40 nights.

    Bereavement by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Title card.

    Berlin 1945 A by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when "What a freak accident!" is said.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren mows the lawn, as well as when Ren says "Go swimming in the pious pool of sorrow!" and "You mock my words, Mr. Greedy Glutton."
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Ren says, "So we burned it."
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Waffle Woman says, "Then came Powdered Toast, and then ruin."
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy notices Stinky passed out.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Title card.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when a guy on the plane looks around nervously.

    Big Bad Giant by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren is struck by lightning.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren clogs Stimpy's mouth so he can't snore.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren says "I ain't buyin' it."
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy breathes a sigh of relief after smacking himself with roses.

    Bierkrug'L Polka by Georg Schwenk.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Stimpy sits on Ren's back.

    Big Show Theme by Robert Sharples.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Title card.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when Ren and Stimpy jump through a fire hoop.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when tower on Ren's head has a grand opening.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when "The Scotsman Beats His Dog" is shown on TV.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when "Can you break a kidney?" is said.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when the Hollywood sign is first shown.

    Birth of a Nation (b) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy's awarded a crown.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when the actor says, ""I have performed Stimpy for the queen!"

    Bits and Pieces by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Stimpy reacts to the tear gas, and also when Ren chops up his bed.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the rival lummox is angry at the female lummox's choice.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren is choking, as well as later when Stimpy chokes.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Ren and Stimpy scream as the rocketship travels faster and faster.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Mrs. Pipe freaks out over a naked Stimpy.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Wilbur Cobb says "And the kid on the top bunk died!"
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is chased by bums.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren and Stimpy scream as the rocketship travels faster and faster.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Ren struggles in the glue boots.

    Bitter Aftermath by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy looks in the scooter store window, as well as when he's under the bridge.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays during the Depression stage of acceptance.

    Black Swarm by Simon Benson.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren realizes the fly can fly.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when the doorknob turns.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Stimpy nervously looks at the lever.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren screams that he has hives.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis anxiously asks who the funniest cartoon is.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Stimpy says he's kissing dew drops to the policemen.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy warns Ren to be careful with the vial.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when the store glass breaks.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren gets defiant after having tears in his eyes. It also plays the second time he says "Uh... duh?" during his performance.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when the drilling gets harder.

    Blackpool Lament by Len Ranle.
    ▪ Double Header: Title card, and also plays during Ren and Stimpy's sideshow act.

    Blaze of Brass by Ceil Milner
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren stakes the flag.

    Bleakdawn by Richard Hill
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when "I'm sorry, but you have to fit into this costume!" and "You've really made me angry this time." are said.

    Bleakdawn Link by Richard Hill.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren says, "Where are you, you little thief?!"
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the boss insults Ren.

    Bliss by Alec Gould.
    ▪ Billy the Beef Tallow Boy commercial: Plays when the girl is sad towards the beginning.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Stimpy says that Ren's eyes are shut simply because they're crusty.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy consoles a crying Ren.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Stimpy says he has to go to the bathroom.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren says he wants to work on Stimpy's cartoon.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren cries after Stimpy discovers he's the unlucky beast.

    Blissful Thoughts by Anthony Collins.
    ▪ Varicose Veins commercial: Plays at the beginning of the ad when the boy is mopey on the sidewalk.

    Blood and Sand by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays twice when Ren is at lunch.

    Blood in the Gutter by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays at night when Ren sneaks into Mr. and Mrs. Pipe's house.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when the dogs line up to pee.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren answers "YES!" to one of the symptoms Stimpy describes.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ignorant Ren appears.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren is thrown down.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Pierre congratulates Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when the cops drag Wilbur Cobb away.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when the contest people are at the door.

    Blue Blood A by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Stimpy waves goodbye to his galoot.

    Blue Blood C by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Stimpy says, "Fortune smiles upon us!"
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren is angry about the firemen watching TV with Stimpy.

    Blue Blood G by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy comes home, as well as when Ren says, "Stop! You're tearing my heart out!"

    Blue Danube Polka by Helmuth Brandenburg and Werner Bruggemann.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays during Stimpy's party.

    Blue Danube Waltz by Ron Ronsted and Johann Strauss.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren lectures Stimpy in a dark room.

    Blue Dobro (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when "I've got blisters on my blisters!" is said, and also when Ren realizes he has fool's cheese.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when the bosses are shown, as well as the end of the mining scene.

    Blue Harmonica by Paul Lenart and Richard Rosenblatt.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in the desert selling cookies.

    Blue Hills by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays as the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Blues, The by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Blues For Oscar by John Horler.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays during the scene with the chicken answering the phone in the fridge.

    Blues in a Hurry by Cecil Norman.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Ren and Stimpy board the bus.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Title card/opening, as well as when Ren spits out the Gritty Kitty Litter.

    Bodhran Beat by Kevin Conneff.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the leprechaun says, "And now, for the first test."

    Bonhomie by George Fenton and John Leach.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Stimpy serves dinner.

    Bonnie Dundee by Bobby Forsyth.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis shaves Ren and Stimpy.

    Boogie Takeover by Daryl Runswick.
    ▪ Stimpy's Craft-Works Corner short: Plays during the disco scene.

    Bouquets (1) by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis is sad.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Johnny cries.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren cries again (after "Linked Romantic Movements"). Also plays when Ren cries at the end of the episode.

    Bouquets (2) by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren says, "PLEASE pull 'em up."

    Bouquets (3) by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren says, "You're right. I've been terrible."

    Boys and Girls by Brian Peters.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy goes #1, #2, and #3.

    Boys in Blue by Bob Barratt.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Ren says, "Man, that's good cheese!"

    Brass Flourish (b) by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Brass Flourish (c) by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester refuses to give Stimpy the cheeses.

    Brass Flourish (f) by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy gives Ren his present.

    Brass Flourish (i) by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "To address... my fans!"

    Brass Flourish (j) by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren says, "I feel great!"

    Brass Stabs by John Fox.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays at the end of Stimpy's dream.

    Brave Jack by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays at the start of the puppet show, as well as the "Four Years Later" card.

    Breakout - Syd Dale.
    ▪ Plays in "Hermit Ren" when Ren spits out the spoiled milk.

    Breakout Tag - Syd Dale.
    ▪ Plays in "House of Next Tuesday" when Stimpy says "Don't you, Ren?"

    Brickbats (1-8) by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy has a nervous look on his face.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy's tied up.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when the skunk milk is shown.

    Brickbats (battle) by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy's tongue snaps in half; when Ren's revolted; and when Stimpy hits the ogre's head.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen, The: Plays when the Kodiak Marmoset beats up Ren and Stimpy.

    Brickats (build-up) by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy's tied up.

    Bridge of Stars by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Wilbur Cobb describes the galoot pelts.

    Bring on the Girls by Dennis Farnon.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Title card.

    Broken Saddles by Richard Gilks.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Ren says to sit back and wait.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Abner and Ewalt are scarecrows.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when breed quality is determined.

    Broken Silence by Robert Farnon.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the leprechaun looks angry.

    Brutal B by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis is forced to cough up the bird seed.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when the tree lobster grabs Ren and takes him on a tour of the tree.

    Bugle Calls by Jonathan Yates.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Stimpy is watching TV.

    Build Up by Robert Sharples.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren reads the ad.

    Building Tension by John Fox.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when Stimpy stuffs wood into the ghost's mouth.

    Bulletin Link 2 by Brian Laurence Bennett.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when a TV lowers from the ceiling.

    Bungo by David Bradnum.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when the bees fly into Ren's mouth.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when the boar gets angry at Ren and kicks him (plays at the same time as "Like Strange").

    Busy Bachelor by Redvers Kyle.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy unpacks the car.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Ren is overjoyed to be alive.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy wants to name the circus clown Sid.

    Busy Life by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays at the opening of the episode.

    Busy Shoppers by Len Stevens.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy puts Ren's brain in a container.

    Cabbage Cooking by Roy Henley.
    ▪ Chicken in a Drawer commercial: Plays when the family feuds.

    Cacodemon by Maurice Jarre.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren puts a slug in his ear.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren says, "Hey, you're trying to cheat!"
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren shouts, "That's it! I need some REAL FOOD!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren shouts, "This letter's for ME!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Ren says, “I... must go... do… nice things!”

    Cafe Hungaria by Janos Lehar.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren and Stimpy partake in the hot head plunge.

    Camels are Coming!, The (b) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Log commercial: Plays when Arabian Log appears.

    Camptown Races by Stephen Collins Foster and Edwina Travis-Chin.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Ren leaves Stimpy in the cave.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "Pointy stick!" is said.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when Mr. Horse says "Well sir, I don't like it!"

    Canada by George Wilson.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Cannonball by John Horler.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren chases a car.

    Carioca Girl by Gerhard Narholz.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the boss convinces Ren to try the drink, as well as when Ren said the drink is good.

    Carriages by Trevor Bastow.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when the "keys locked out of the car" event is shown.

    Cartoon Chord by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays right before the bellybutton volcano scene.

    Casbah Nights by George Fenton and John Leach.
    ▪ Chicken in a Drawer commercial: Plays when the colonel does the Dance of a Thousand Chickens.

    Casual Acquaintance by Paul Deveruex.
    ▪ Billy the Beef Tallow Boy commercial: Plays at the beginning.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is standing in front of the cave with the Hermit Union leader.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are given a tour of the RV.
    ▪ Sugar Sod Pops commercial: Plays throughout.

    Cat and Mouse by Bill Connor.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Stimpy wants to read Ren a story to get him to fall asleep.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when "Here's your change" is said.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren asks what's in the drink.

    Cataclysm by Maurice Jarre.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Whacky beats up the Haggis doll.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are eaten by the space aliens.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen, The: Plays when Ren is stung by bees.

    Catfish Row by Benny Carter.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Stimpy skinnydips.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren and Stimpy take their boots off and have huge feet.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy finally has underwear.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Ren dusts off his pecs after defeating the bully.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Ren has a vision due to the oasis.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Stimpy says he forgot the last merry man, as well as the ending of the episode.

    Catfish Row (Link) by Benny Carter.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Muddy Mudskipper introduces his new wife, as well as the ending of the episode.

    Catwalk by Kenny Graham.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis reads the ad for hired goons.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Victor warns Stimpy that his punch is really going to hurt.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren throws Hey It's That Guy out for the first time.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad says, "Do we understand each other?", and also when Victor twists Ren's head.

    Cavalry Charge by David Farnon.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when the prospector first appears, as well as at the end of the episode when he reappears.

    Changing Moods by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren says he just wants to be alone.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says "Gosh darn it, Ren!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren laments that everyone loves Stimpy, and Stimpy tries to cheer him up.

    Chapel Hymn 2 A (For the Young) by Otto Sieben and Henry Gauntlett.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren says "Ahhh..." after burying the TV.

    Chapel Hymn 3 A (Thanksgiving) by Otto Sieben and Johann Cruger.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Charge by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when "Whee!" is said.

    Chariot Race by Helmuth Brandenburg.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are leaving Earth, and also when their space shuttle is falling.

    Charleston by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Stimpy says, "Goodbye, Ren! Bye! Have fun!"

    Charlie's Polka by Henryk Kuzniak.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when the dogs show off their talents to the old lady.

    Chicago Stomp by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren is overjoyed to be a producer.

    Children's Tune by Friedrich Sehl.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are replaced as name changing officers.

    Chinese Drunk by David Farnon.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren is hiding under the bed after Stimpy's scary story.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy laments that he has to put the TV back together.

    Chinese Link 2 by George Fenton and John Leach.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when the butler is introduced, as well as the ending of the episode.

    Chronicles in Time by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester looks around nervously.

    Clarion Call by Eric Winstone.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Ren and Stimpy see the ad for fire dogs.

    Climax For Strings 8 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Ren warns Stimpy of not dying.

    Clog Dance by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren and Stimpy get on the bus to work.

    Close In by Simon Benson and Eugenio Grandi.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when the doorknob turns.

    Clown's Walk A by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy is barking.

    Cold Fear (a) by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when “One roaring campfire coming up.” is said, and also when tons of mosquitoes are ready to suck from Ren.

    Cold Sweat by John Scott.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the mother crab says someone's been wearing her favorite negligee.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren's face turns red.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays right before Nosey is given a contract.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when the yak says "Problem? What problem?"
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when "I'll get it!" is said.

    Cold War by Chris Payne and Paul Rogers.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy prays to the meat carcass.

    Colour Bridges (1) by Sidney Kay.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren notices he modeled the mud after Stimpy.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Ren's about to hit Stimpy but stops.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen, The: “Look around you, men! This is Canada!”
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Ren says, “Fine! Sit here and wallow, you fat, you stupid, you AGGH! Who needs ya?”
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren gets tears in his eyes.

    Colour Bridges (2) by Sidney Kay.
    ▪ Bass Masters: Plays when Ren says, "You just scared away all the fish!”
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when a badger bites Ren.

    Colour Bridges (3) by Sidney Kay.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays during the calendar changes.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy asks, "What's this stuff?"
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Stimpy says, "Lots of kids still do it."
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad looks at Ren and Stimpy funny.

    Colour Bridges (4) by Sidney Kay.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren says, "Here, pig boy, gnaw on this!"

    Comic Ending (f) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Ren slaps Stimpy at the end.

    Comic Ending (h) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Stimpy pulls out a fish from his pocket.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when "The maiden be thine!" is said.

    Comic Song by David Lindup.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays in the beginning of the episode, as well as when Stimpy observes that Ren must be allergic to something. It's also heard on TV towards the end of the episode.

    Comic Tension (c) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren's eyes are stuck shut.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren looks at all his possessions.

    Commissioners by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis picks out a goon from Rent a Thug.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren plays cards with the three parts of his psyche.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy, Victor, and his dad are in the car.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Ren's brain is done with work.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the salesman gives a description of the cheapest coffin.

    Conflict Link 1 by Richard Hill.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis runs down the stairs.

    Conflict Link 2 by Richard Hill.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays right before Ren screams.

    Conflicts of Opinion A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays at the same time as "Mystic Attack".

    Congregation by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when everyone is at the gallows, as well as when Abner and Ewalt wonder who they're going to hang after Ren and Stimpy.

    Control Room by Dave Rogers and Paul Shaw.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when the camera pans down to Stimpy in his lab.

    Converted by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren says he's too smart for sleep.

    Cotton Glory by Les Hurdle and Michael Morgan.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Abner and Ewalt shame Ren and Stimpy for having all their teeth.

    Count the Stars by Chris Walden.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when the Louis Lungbubble show comes back on.

    Country Fiddle by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "I'll take your filthy money!" is said.

    Country Friends by Richard Gilks.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when teeth are pulled.

    Country Rock Revival by Richard Gilks.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Ren rides the galoot.

    Creepies by Robert Farnon.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "Don't you know what TODAY is, Ren?"

    Creole Clarinet by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Crepe Suzette by Cyril Watters.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Mr. Pipe comes home.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Stimpy gives his business proposal to Mr. and Mrs. Pipe, and also when Ren reveals he's a chihuahua.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Mr. Pipe appears.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Mr. Pipe debuts.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Mr. and Mrs. Pipe debut.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis is served haggis, and also when Haggis eats breakfast.

    Crime Busters, The by Ralph Dollimore.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when the car that Ren is hotwiring is a cop car.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when a cop stops Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Victor says he can't give him underwear in the yard, as well as Victor's dad teases Stimpy with the underwear.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when the cop is at the door, as well as when the cop says "The only place you're going is kingdom come", "Vengeance is mine!", "That'll be enough sweets for you today", and when the huge prisoner is put in the same cell as Ren and Stimpy.

    Crime Doesn't Pay by Jack Beaver.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays during the deadly cheese gas scene.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren responds to the question of what he learned today by chopping down trees.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Ren says he feels great, powerful, and dangerous.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy opens his gift and doesn't get what he wanted, and also when Stimpy laments that the scooter was supposed to be his.

    Crosses on Graves by Jean Clero.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "You want me to be stupid? I'LL show you stupid!"

    Crying Harmonica by Lars Luis Linek.
    ▪ Chese Rush Days: Plays when Stimpy is run over, and later after the explosion, and finally at the end when Ren gets up after discovering he had fool's cheese.

    Cuban Carnival by Chris Karan.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren and Stimpy venture into the stinking hot depths of the Canadian jungle.
    ▪ Untamed World: Title card.
    ▪ Untamed World short (after Hermit Ren): Plays when the camera pans over Florida trees, as well as when the wily tree geezer is shown.

    Cue the Action! (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren chases Stimpy and Mr. Noggin through the room with a camera.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when the skyscraper exterior is shown.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy says, "My very own Sammy Mantis kit!"

    Cue the Action! (b) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays at the very beginning, when "Anything!" is said, as well as when Ren shouts, "LOVE ME!" twice in the episode.

    Cue the Action! (c) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when the Sammy Kazootie appears.

    Cultured Cakewalk, The (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren and Stimpy baby walk.

    Cunning Wolf, The by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when the beaver says, "Hello boys".

    Curtain-Raiser by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays during the opening night of a new Ren and Stimpy episode.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when a tour of the best coffin is given.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Custard Cakewalk by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Ren is walking through the bar.

    Cut and Thrust by Patrick Gowers.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Ren grabs the cheeses.
     
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    Da Jodel-Rudel by Werner Bruggemann.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Title card.

    Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me a Bow Wow by Roy Alan Wootton and Joseph Tabrar.
    ▪ Varicose Veins commercial: Plays when the kid is at the movie theater.

    Damask by Sid Phillips.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when the female chihuahua is revealed.

    Dames and Daggers (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy takes a trash can, as well as when he sneaks around in his gear.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid says to pull his finger.

    Dames and Daggers (b) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Hey It's That Guy smiles.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays after Stimpy's initial impersonation attempt.

    Dancing Balkans by Frank Comedes.
    ▪ Untamed World short (after Hermit Ren): Plays when the old fogey is introduced.

    Dancing School, The by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when the manager says, "Garbage detail, Hoek!"

    Dancing the Hula by Kapono Beamer.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are first inside the monkey cage, as well as when Ren shames Stimpy.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the Bali-Hai Mortuary exterior is shown.

    Danger by Brian Beamish and Garry Hardman.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when the wind picks up.

    Danger Ahead by John Fox.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says, "What are you looking at? You're not my son!"

    Danger Area by David Farnon.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are floating in the toilet.

    Danger Run by Tony Kinsey.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Stimpy nervously asks what an exploratory is.

    Danger Zone by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Stimpy goes grave robbing.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy looks horrified after Ren ate his chicken.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when the newspaper zooms towards the camera.

    Dangerous A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren is paranoid, right before it's revealed that Abner and Ewalt are scarecrows.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis screams and runs into the street, almost being run over.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren yells, "HEY WORLD, AM I HAPPY ENOUGH?!"
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when the Flying Butt Pliers are announced.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when everyone chants, "Where's your pants?"
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when everyone is freaked out by Ren.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren narrates.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren walks into the storyboard room.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren says, "With THESE hands. These DIRTY hands!"
    ▪ Untamed World short (after Hermit Ren): Plays when the tree geezer bites Stimpy.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad tells Ren and Stimpy to remember what he said, as well as when he enters the den later.

    Dangerous B by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Ren swims towards the bait.

    Dangerous C by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when the yak speaks up.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad takes off his shirt.

    Dangerous E by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when the Flying Butt Pliers are announced.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Evil Ren dumps the litter.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when "Amen" is said.

    Dark Skies by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are laying on the sidewalk.

    Day of the Locust by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Stimpy swats the glass from Ren's hand.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when the albino cave Hoek eats a fly.

    Day of Wrath by Fiachra Trench.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "No, Ren! It's bad juju to blaspheme!" and Ren mocks God.

    Dead March 1 by Alfred Kluten and Frederic Chopin.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are crawling, right before they come across the forest.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when the dinosaurs ran out of food.

    Dead March 2 by Alfred Kluten and Frederic Chopin.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Title card.

    Death and Mourning by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Stimpy lectures Ren, just before a comet falls on them.

    Death in the City by Jack Beaver.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren faints.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Stimpy faints after finishing the cartoon.

    Declamatory Chords by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays right before the manager gives garbage detail to Ren, as well as when Ren screams when first seeing Mr. Noggin.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays right before "Disaster" plays.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren yells, "SUNDAY?!"
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren screams.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is revealed to have pimples, as well as when Stimpy runs up to Ren and asks if he wants to go out.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren sits next to a carcass.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor tempts Ren and Stimpy to get on the couch.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren shouts, "Number THREE?!"
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren sees the damage Stimpy caused in the house, as well as when the yak screams, "He did it!"
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays right before Stimpy reveals the formula.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack says, "Wake up!"
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy says, "Sammy!"
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck says he wants to puke.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when the shower drain is shown, as well as right before "It's Sid!" is said, towards the end.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren vomits.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the boss says, "It's either my way... OR THE HIGHWAY!"

    Declamatory Percussive by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Sgt. Big Butt chases off the pigeons.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when George Liquor chases off Ren and Stimpy.

    Deep Drama by John Fox.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren runs outside and screams "Egg Yolkeo!"
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy smacks himself with roses the second time, and also when he worries that Ren's in mortal danger.

    Defenders of Freedom by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when all the guests arrive by various means of transportation, as well as when Ren says, "Oh well, when will they learn to listen to the master of etiquette?"

    Delicate Gay by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays the next morning after Ren first gets parasites.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren props the dummy back up.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Ren is about to sit on the cold toilet seat.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor hugs Stimpy and says "It's discipline that begets love."
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when the camera pans down the bed to a sleeping (and happy) Ren.

    Den Fyrste Varda by Lars Skjervheim.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when the men retreat to the bathroom.

    Depths of Despair by David Snell.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Ren says "Then there's only one thing to do."

    Desolation by David Lindup.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren hobbles up to Jiminy Lummox.

    Desperate Dilemma by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Stimpy says "I'm buildin', I'm buildin'!"

    Devils Ride by W. Merreck Farran.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy grabs Ren and takes him to his lab.

    Dingle's Regatta by Brian Peters.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when one year passes.

    Dirty Work at the Crossroads by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when everyone panics that Mr. Pipe has come home, and flee the mansion.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays during the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis grabs the leprechaun.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are hung.

    Disaster by Bruce Campbell.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren realizes his sheep has been stripped.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis pounds on his front gates.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM's toast particles are disintegrating.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays during the first part of Ren's operation.

    Discordant by David Farnon.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "Not again..."

    Disorientated A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren says, "I killed my best friend! I deserve to die!"
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren reaches for the doorknob.

    Dissension (a) by Robert Cornford.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy asks if he can have his food now.

    Dissonance by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren/Stimpy barfs.

    Distant Fjords (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "Man, does he look sharp" is said.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when the pickle jar is revealed.

    Dixie by Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ Log commercial: Plays when Civil War Log is shown.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when the president thanks PTM.

    Do You Belong to Me? by George Callert.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren and Stimpy participate in the back shaving ceremony.

    Domestic Fun (a) by Ernest Tomlinson.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Domestic Fun (b) by Ernest Tomlinson.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays right before the scene where Ren moves into the cave.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Ren breaks the mirror.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when a vulture eats Ren.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when a casting call sign is shown.

    Domestic Fun (c) by Ernest Tomlinson.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when the fly takes off.

    Dorinda McClure by Dougie Pincock.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Title card.

    Drama by Van Phillips.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are marching in the mud.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Ren and Stimpy call Space Command.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when the bum says he's telling on Stimpy.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Stimpy paces in front of the History Eraser Button.

    Drama Link (a) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when "DENIED!" is said.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren spits out the camel milk.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren says, "My teeth! Give me those!"
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy says he can't find his pants.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy runs up to Ren.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when mail is pushed through the slot.

    Drama Link (b) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren and Stimpy take off their masks.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when the camera pans over to the prison.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Mr. Pipe reveals hot coals under the couch.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Stimpy says, "Kinda ironic, huh, Ren?"
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when the scout leader unveils the snipe hunting badge.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says, "I smell..."
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Kowalski is revealed.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when the mosquito makes noises, right before sucking Ren's blood.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when The Scotsman is cancelled.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren screams from the bathroom.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when the bed gets huge.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays right before the sarge congratulates Ren and Stimpy for graduating.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy pulls off the covers to reveal a sick Ren.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when a brain is shocked.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Ren says, "Why you... I'll kick you into next we-"
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Stimpy drops Ren.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren spits out the bees.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays right before Ren snaps at Stimpy during their time off.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren looks like he's about to hit Stimpy.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren says, "That's it! I've had enough of your tomfoolery!"
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays right before the installation monkey appears.

    Drama Link (c) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy wakes up Ren.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Ren says, "Not anymore, fat boy!"
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren announces that he and Stimpy are going to commit some crimes.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when skunk milk is placed in front of Stimpy.

    Drama Link (d) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when the fly yells.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays right before Ren approaches Jasper a second time, as well as when Ren cries.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren puts lederhosen on Egg Yolkeo.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to stay away from him.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren counts down for Stimpy to get in bed.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays as Ren reacts some more to the formula.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Ren's brain stands up.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren slaps Stimpy, right before they head out on the mission.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck pumps up Ren to act like a dog.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is shocked that he just farted.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's father comes around the corner to chew out Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the director commands Ren to act.

    Drama Link (e) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Ren reacts to the formula being spilt on him.

    Drama Link (f) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren says they can't eat just any dirt.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when "Who you calling pigheaded?" is said.

    Drama Link (g) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays right before Ren says, "Ooh, I'm gonna get that chicken!"
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren says, "TV, TV, TV, TV!!!"

    Drama Link (h) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren is attacked by bears.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to stay away from him.

    Drama Link (i) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren yells, "Farther!"
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren and Stimpy cower in fear due to being "naked".
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Haggis McHaggis approaches.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Wilbur Cobb says, "No! Walter Lantz!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren calls Sid a hairy little freak.

    Drama Link (j) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren gets an evil grin while looking at the babies.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Ren gets an evil grin on his face.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays the first time that Ren wants Stimpy to stop playing with his belly button.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren says, "It is I who am mad!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren rubs his hands together after becoming a producer.

    Drama Link (k) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to hurry up and get on the elevator.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren hits Stimpy.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when someone approaches the cell.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren freaks out about Stimpy eating Egg Yolkeo.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Ren is steamed for getting a rock.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays right before Stimpy says, "There there, old paint."
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren says, "Cut that out!"

    Drama Link (l) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Ren shouts, "What did I JUST say?!"
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren kicks down the bathroom door.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Stimpy yells that he can't go another step.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren "I'm going to work now, so don't do anything stupid!"

    Drama Link (m) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren asks if Stimpy is trying to poison him, as well as when Ren's tongue is swollen.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren says, "You know, they say people go crazy on these trips...", as well as when he says, "Maybe... if I occupy his mind with more duties..."

    Drama Link (n) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Stimpy is in bed with worms.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays at daybreak.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Stimpy offers a morsel.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays at daybreak.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays at daybreak, right before Ren is revealed to be healthy again.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays at daybreak.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays at daybreak.

    Drama Link (o) by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren gets jealous of Stimpy getting attention.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Stimpy asks what "the big sleep" is.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Stimpy is afraid Ren will smack him.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren feels dejected.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Ren laments that he's starving.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the defeated lummox walks away.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when "Idiot" is said.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stinky is in the sewer.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren says he's had the ice cream bar since he was a child.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren says he doesn't deserve to live.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren finally agrees to buy some salve.

    Drama Shock (b) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren has dirty dentures in his mouth.

    Drama Shock (e) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren says, "Your mother sews my socks!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren realizes Stimpy wrote the fan letter.

    Drama Shock (f) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren says his hands are dirty.

    Drama Shock (g) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when a slug is shown on Ren's back.

    Drama Shock (i) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren freaks out after seeing the women that the rest of the men will remain with.

    Dramatic Climax by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy begs to keep Sid.

    Dramatic Cue (a) by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Powdered Toast Man is eaten by the baboon.

    Dramatic Cue (c) by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren announces that he's blind.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren tries to hold back Stimpy's waste from going into his helmet.

    Dramatic Cue (d) by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren says, "My... my chicken! My chicken and my best friend!"
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren's foot goes into the stuffed dog.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when the chicken cooks himself.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when a gaping hole in the prison wall is shown.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when the yak pleads, "Don't do it!"
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Ren shakes the formula.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Ren keeps saying he's seventy years old.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren says, "Don't you patronize me!", and also when the coin purse shakes.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren is startled at night.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy bellows, "Where's... my... DINNER?!"

    Dramatic Cue (e) by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren says there's no time to lose.

    Dramatic Cue (f) by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren laments that the rain is making everything fertile.

    Dramatic Cue (g) by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren runs around with the stuffed dog on his foot.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays whenever the yak puts a cheese grater to his butt.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Stimpy uses many items in the spaceship as fuel.

    Dramatic Cue (h) by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Hey It's That Guy uses reverse psychology, right before Abner cries.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren says, "Jeepers! It's the fuzz!"
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack says that it isn't about the children.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Ren guesses "Wally Cox".
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is about to light a match.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren gets angry at Stimpy rejecting all the job offers.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren announces that the baboon is asleep.

    Dramatic Event by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the lummox gets mad at Ren and Stimpy.

    Dramatic Impact 1 by Ivor Slaney.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays right before the little girl approaches the cell.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Stimpy spits out a Ren hairball.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Ren steps in a hairball.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Stimpy says he wants the snipe badge.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Ren wants to leave the house.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Pierre is introduced.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when the manager appears, right before he gives Ren and Stimpy monkey chow.

    Dramatic Impact 2 by Ivor Slaney.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren slaps Stimpy after he thinks Abe Lincoln is Santa Claus, as well as when Ren screams after seeing a headless statue.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Ren wakes up.
    ▪ Big Shot, The
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Ren reacts to Stimpy's confession that he ate the $5.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Stimpy says, "Oh no, Ren!"
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when "Shame on you!" is said.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Ren wakes up from the dream, screaming.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Ren guesses "Merv Tormel" and says "Cut out this Sammy Mantis crap and get to bed!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when the mic goes into Stimpy's nose, as well as when Ren gets freaked out at the Stimpy-shaped pillow.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren snaps, right before walking away angrily.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony sees Ren and Stimpy on the toilet.

    Dramatic Impact 3 by Ivor Slaney.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays twice in the episode when Ren says, "Space... Madness!"

    Dramatic Impact 4 by Ivor Slaney.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when the door is slammed.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Wilbur Cobb is introduced.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when Ren cries after Stimpy leaves in the limo.

    Dramatic Impact 5 by Ivor Slaney.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when the headlines about Ren's sponge bath are shown.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Ren drinks the skunk milk.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck says, "Oh yeah? Prove it."
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy farts.

    Dramatic Impact 6 by Ivor Slaney.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Ren learns he's 70.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays post-fart.

    Dramatic Sea Battle by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM exclaims, "Not little Johnny!" and flees the church.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays during the second half of Stimpy's daydream.

    Dramatic Stabs by John Fox.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Ren and Stimpy surrounded by chefs.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when the galoot screams.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester eats the chigger. Also plays when Ren says, "And be quick about it!", and after Stimpy says he's taking the ogre's shoes.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when "And this bank is our ticket!" is said.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren shouts, "You get outta there right now!"

    Dramatic String Effects 3 by John Fox.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Ren gets sucked into the jerky machine.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when the camera pans over the prehistoric valley.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the grim reaper says, "I'm with you, pal!"

    Dramatic String Effects 7 by John Fox.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Cobb says, "Life was a constant battle."

    Dream Tunnels (a) - Alan Reekie, John Rea.
    ▪ Cheesefist commercial: Plays when the man says "These old fashioned hors d'oeuvres just aren't cutting it!"

    Drinking Song by Alfred Kluten.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Title card.

    Drive the Jive by Chris Walden.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Sammy first appears.
    ▪ Varicose Veins commercial: Plays when the man lectures the sad boy on how to be a man.

    Drug Addiction by John Fox.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays in Stimpy's dream when Ren shows up.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester says, "I shall eat thee!", as well as when the ogre says he could use a pair of shoes.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when The Scotsman goes nuts. (at the same time as "Set to Pounce")
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren says he can do the show all by himself, as well as when Ren signs the girl's book.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the old man sits up.

    Drums and Timpanis by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when the truck arrives.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays during the ceremony.

    Drunk as a Skunk by Grahame Maclean.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Dusty Road Blues by Paul Lenart and Robert Duke Levine.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy have been sawing for hours.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays during the opening of the episode, as well as after the scene where Ren gets mauled by the baboon for the first time, and the honeymoon at the end.

    Earth and Space by John Fox.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when the female voice says, "Welcome to the future of jerky technology.", ""Welcome to the future of food preparation. How may I serve you?", and "Thank you for using the bathroom of the house of next Tuesday."

    Easing Tension by Paul Orm.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy tries to pull the cheese off the ogre's feet.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren is furious at Stimpy.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when lightning hits the outhouse.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to accept his fate, and it echoes through his head.

    Easy Come Easy Go by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when the bug rolls the cigar.

    Easy Does It by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy is preparing the chicken.

    Eerie Tension B by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren sees a shadowy figure.

    Elegy by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy says, "Well let me spell it out for you, mister."

    Elegy by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Stimpy says, "Oh my poor baby! Just relax, daddy'll make it better!"

    Elemental Power by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Ren discovers why Stimpy is so stupid.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren realizes he's allergic to Stimpy.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when "It's a wee price to pay, shiny!" is said.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Vicky transforms into Waffle Woman.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Title card, as well as when "Ren's brain! Missing!" is said.

    Elusive by Len Stevens.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren says, "I'll, uh, go for help!"

    Emotion 1 by John Fox and Otto Sieben.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy pulls the chicken out of the oven.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy responds to Ren saying that Sid ran away.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the boss says, "That's why I hate to leave you guys!"

    Emotion 2 by John Fox and Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Hey It's That Guy says, "Those poor lads!"

    Emotion 10 by John Fox and Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM says, "Nothing but a failure."
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy has tears in his eyes.

    Emotion 11 by John Fox and Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "Nobody understands me..."

    Emotion 15 by John Fox and Otto Sieben.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Ren says, "No thanks, I'll just wait here 'til I die."

    Empty Chapel 1, The by Zoe De Souza.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when "6 Months Later" appears on the screen.

    Encirclement by Jean Clero.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when flashbacks of previous episodes are shown.

    English Country Garden by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Stimpy gives Mr. Noggin another package.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid skips in.

    Entry of the Bride by Leslie Pearson and Richard Wagner.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Stimpy marries the baboon and puppet.

    Environmental Crisis by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the sand house is destroyed.

    Erotic Nightmare by W. Merreck Farran.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren freaks out when he thinks he and Stimpy are the only ones left.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis says he should just end it all.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Stimpy says "Pencil..."
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy's pile is seen. (at the same time as other tracks)

    Errol's Choice by Alan Hawkshaw.
    ▪ Bass Masters: Plays when Stimpy tells the fish to make themselves at home.
    ▪ Cheesefist commercial: Plays during the boring dinner party, as well as when one of the guests says, "Mmm, it's so pasty!"

    Escape by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Ren is in the ear, and when he says "Hey you big dope, let go of that little dope!"
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Jerry freaks out over the lint loaf and chases Stimpy throughout the belly button.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Waffle Woman is flying and says "I think. Oh, never mind."
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck chases Stimpy, when Chuck and Ren chase Stimpy in the yard, when Ren chases Stimpy, and when some dogs chase Ren.

    Eternal Loser, The by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Eve of Conflict by Richard Hill.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Hey It's That Guy looks through monoculars.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Stimpy says, "Uh... gesundheit!"
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says "You ain't the boss of me!"

    Evenings in Granada by Roland Harker.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are talking by the fireplace.

    Exciting Action B by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren says, "All right, man, get outta there!"

    Exciting Action C by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy exclaims that Ren is the unlucky beast.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy furrows his brows after successfully imitating Ren.

    Exciting Percussion by John Fox.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the wood burning stove is seen.

    Face at the Window by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Ren asks if Stimpy's been playing with his bellybutton again.

    Failed Venture by Mathias Frey.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the ogre is reluctant to give up his cheese shoes.

    Fairground Organ by Len Ranle.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays at the carnival when Ren and Stimpy have the interview to be circus freaks, as well as when they're called geeks.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Title card.

    Fairy Dream A by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when the babies are seen playing, right before being bribed to leave.

    Fairy Dust (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren rips the nose off Stimpy's teddy bear. (plays simultaneously with "Games Played in the Dark"; see below)

    Fairy Dust (b) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren and Stimpy look at the babies through the window, and also when Stimpy's bottom is powdered.

    Family Portraits 59 by Debbie Wiseman.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester examines the chigger.

    Fanfare by Robert Sharples.
    ▪ Gritty Kitty Litter commercial: Plays when the ad is about to start.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when Ren and Stimpy win the match.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when The Muddy Mudskipper Show is about to start.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Stimpy suggests Ren can be a producer.

    Fanfare For a Ceremony (b) by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when a brick falls on Ren's head.

    Fashion on Parade by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy says they're snowed in for the winter.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when the mail truck arrives, as well as when Ren goes to the bathroom.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays as the opening of the episode, as well as when Stimpy says he's going to watch TV.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy and Indifferent Ren go for a walk, as well as when they return.

    Fast Flowing Rhythm - Eric Allen.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy taps his nose during the game of charades. Also plays in "Sammy and Me" right before Stimpy says "I'll do it!"

    Fast Getaway by David Snell.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when the clowns keep the cops at bay.

    Fateful Hour B by Henryk Kuzniak.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy hits something with his shovel.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Fear 1 by Louis Clarke.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Fear and Loathing by Chris Payne and Paul Rogers.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Stimpy reads his scary story.

    Festival by Alec Gould.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the tour of Disgraceland starts.

    Fierce Fight by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren runs outside to save the crops.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when the first newspaper headline appears.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the locals are angry and shoot the plane down.

    Final Triumph by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Title card.

    Finders Creepers by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren and Stimpy sneak into work.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren wakes up the next morning.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy sneaks into Ren's room.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are going through the drain.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren and Stimpy approach the giant.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in the bushes.

    Finger of Fear by Frederic Bayco.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Ren tries to steal all of Stimpy's fish.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are pulled into the tiny car, as well as when one of the midgets approaches Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when the boss chews out Ren and Stimpy for being late.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Ren walks up to Stimpy in the middle of the night.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Ren opens up Stimpy's nose to look for change.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when a bully kicks sand on Ren. It also plays when Ren says "Doc..." during the operation and when the bully makes a return appearance.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Stimpy continues to draw after Ren walks away, angry.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren reads the fan letter to him.

    Fingerpickin' by John David Edmed and Vic Flick.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays that night, before Ren and Stimpy eat dinner.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Stimpy is happily sitting in the litter.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Ewalt is sleeping, as well as when "A pretty girl is like a melody" is said, and when Abner gets up.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren throws Tex out.

    Fire on the Fiddle by Richard Gilks.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays during the first event in the rodeo.

    First Night by Robert Earley and Clyde Hamilton.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when both "Nurse" Ren and "Nurse" Stimpy say they'll come to the rescue.

    Flare-Up by Robert Pagan.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when backwash almost drowns Ren.

    Flexitone by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Stimpy changes the channel to "Stomper Room".

    Flight to Survival by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when the bird swoops down on the turtle.

    Floating Beauty A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren says grace.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy's pile is shown. (at the same time as other tracks)

    Floating Up by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when the calendar changes.

    Flower Duet From Lakme (a) by Elaine Barry, Leo Delibes, and Fiachra Trench.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in the park, as well as when Ren is huge from allergic reactions.

    Flowers of the Thorn by Brian Peters.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays at night when Ren and Stimpy are sitting in chairs.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Stimpy says they're still in the U.S.

    Flute Link (d) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren says, "Go ahead, make a fool out of yourself."
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "Hey mac..." is said.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when the galoots are excited.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren says to wait here, right before retrieving the grooming kit.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy says, "Nosey Nosey Nosey!"
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren holds up pliers.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren says he has it all figured out.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays right before Stimpy puts a phone in Ren's head.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy says, "I know!" before trying an impression.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Stimpy says, "It's the cat."
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy says they must get ready for the night. Also plays during the "Stimpy's Craft-Works Corner" short.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy says "Joy!"
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Stimpy says he sees a baboon.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy says, "Uh, OK, here goes."

    Flute Link (f) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Stimpy says "Joy!"

    Flute Mystery by Peter Lowe.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Mr. Noggin takes the package.

    Fly By Night by Montague Ewing.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Ren and Stimpy run up the sock mountain.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Egg Yolkeo is driving.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis runs up to the crowd to see what they're watching on TV.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when Ren, Stimpy, and the lummox have dessert.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy asks Mrs. Pipe for some pants.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Ren and Stimpy run to the top of the dino skeleton.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays after Ren finishes praying and everyone starts eating.

    Flying Saucer by Jean Clero.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren looks at the dirty living room.

    Foiled by Brian Laurence Bennett.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Stimpy finds a loose brick.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren says, "OK Stimpy, if we can't go legally, we'll break in."

    Folli the Foal by Andrew Fenner.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Stimpy finds his missing left sock.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Mr. Pipe asks Stimpy if he's going to eat Ren.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when the factory is shown.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays as the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when the idea of urban renewal is brought up, regarding Ren's head.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Stimpy goes off to pick berries.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Stimpy asks Ren to scratch his back.
    ▪ My Little Brother Doll commercial: Plays throughout.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays as the opening when Stimpy is looking through his dresser.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Stimpy feeds Ren like a baby.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Stimpy says Robin Hoek and his gang of merry men would rob from the rich.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren is in the living room.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy says his line on the new show.

    Fond Memories of Portree by David Bell.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays right before Haggis is granted his wish.

    Fool Stop by John Charles Fiddy.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren says, "I don't know which is worse: The smell or the taste."

    Footsteps of Horror by W. Merrick Farran.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when "Here, have another egg." is said.

    For He's a Jolly Good Fellow by Trevor Thornton.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Stimpy gives Ren his birthday cake.

    For Those in Peril by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM says, "Uh oh, no time to lose!"
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony has asthma, as well as later when Ren gives Anthony CPR.

    Foreboding by Richard Hill.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Stimpy is on the phone in the beginning.

    Forewarning (a) by Syd Dale.
    ▪ Marooned: Title card.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when the exterior of the deep forest is shown.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when everyone thinks about how to get food.

    Forward Advance by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when "Quite moronic" is said.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy is about to open his present.

    Frank's in Town by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Nosey is given a contract, and also when Stimpy exclaims, "Nosey!" near the end of the episode.

    Frere Jacques by Hiroko Banks.
    ▪ School Mates: Title card.

    From the Cockpit by Garry Hardman.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when one of the midgets says, "Do we look like clowns?!"
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis waits for his show to start.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy is held up by a cow.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when the dog decides whether or not to send Ren and Stimpy on the mission.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren commands Stimpy to stab him in the chest.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when Stimpy wants to help the turtle from being attacked by the bird.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad intimidates Ren and Stimpy to be funny.

    Frontal Attack C by Sammy Burdson.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Sergeant Big Butt commands the soldiers to present towels.

    Frothblowers Anthem - Edrich Siebert.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Stimpy is blown up to massive size (arrangement of "Oh, Du Lieber Augustin").

    Full Alert by John Scott.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren is beaten up by the snipe.

    Fully Fashioned by George French.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when the first dog and Stimpy are judged in front of the spectators.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren's lobster prank doesn't work too well.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when Ren takes his sponge bath.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren's puppet woos the baboon.

    Fun Chase by Henryk Kuzniak.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Stimpy stomps while watching TV.

    Fun Link 2 by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Abner hits Ewalt.

    Fun Link 3 by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Ewalt gets up.

    Fun Link 6 by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays at the end of the rap traps scene.

    Funeral March by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Stimpy sticks out his tongue at Ren from outside, as well as when "Awaken, brothers of stupidity!" and "Divided we stand, united we sit!" are said.

    Funeral March by Peter Lea-Cox and Frederic Chopin.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when the old lady dies.

    Funeral Music by Alfred Kluten.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM retires.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Wilbur Cobb says he's familiar with the subject of death.

    Funeral Procession by Ludwig Van Beethoven and Peter Lea-Cox.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays as the opening of the episode, as well as when Ren, Stimpy, and the priest are in the sauna chamber.

    Funiculi' Funicula' by Sergio Ferraresi and Luigi Denza.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when the genie appears.

    Funny Little Man by Wyn Henry.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy takes Nosey back.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy notices he ran over a bum.

    Furtive Affair 59, A by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren and Stimpy bribe the babies to leave.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays numerous times in the episode, usually when the scoutmaster appears.

    Gala Premiere by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Hollywood is shown, as well as when Ren's beefcake photos are shown, and the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when the announcer says, "There's a new face in Hollywood today! It's fresh, it's redundant!"

    Games Played in the Dark by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren rips the nose off Stimpy's teddy bear.

    Gavotte in F by Giovanni Martini and Fiachra Trench.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when the soup is served, as well as when Ren initiates conversation.

    Gay Activity by Clive Richardson.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when the first dog is judged.
    ▪ Dog Water second commercial: Plays throughout.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren runs off to save Egg Yolkeo.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis says he'll have his revenge at last after seeing an ad for hired thugs.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy says, "But I got my pants!"
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Stimpy warns Ren that all his teeth will fall out.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Ren and Stimpy demonstrate rubber nipples to Mr. and Mrs. Pipe.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when the mailbox shakes.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren says, "Food for me! Food for me!"

    Gay Time by Alan Perry.
    ▪ Billy the Beef Tallow Boy commercial: Plays when the girl is happy to have a real friend to play with.
    ▪ Cheese Fist commercial: Plays when a kid eats Cheese Fist.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis says "I shall return!" and runs off.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is happy to have company.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy find a big tree, as well as when Ren reassures Stimpy that the tree lobster is fake.

    Gentle Innocence, A by Harry Gregson-Williams.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy prays.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the tour guide describes the baboon, as well as when a man says "Oh, he must truly be blessed!"

    Gentle Nostalgic by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when George Liquor laments that people steal his trash.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Stimpy says to Ren to dry his bloodshot eyes.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Ren faints after Stimpy's Tooth Beaver story.

    Ghosts by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren says, "Gone? ALL gone? The farmers? The chickens? Gone, forever..."

    Girl I Left Behind Me, The by Brian Peters.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are rowing.

    Glissando (a) by Skaila Kanga and Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays right before "Dance of the Hours", when Ren and Stimpy find their first tree.

    Global Expansion (b) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy arrive at the border of Canada.

    Glory of Prussia, The by Alfred Kluten.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Sven Hoek is at the door.

    Going Cuckoo (a) by Len Ranle.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren kicks Stimpy and the TV out of the bedroom.

    Golden Arrow by Jack Beaver.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy and the bum are riding the scooter.

    Golden Oldies by Bryan Smith.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Ren and Stimpy eat dinner.

    Goldfinger by Robert Mersey.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Title card.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when the agent kicks Ren, Stimpy, and Haggis out of the studio.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Title card. Also plays when Waffle Woman says she'll get revenge, and during the final battle between PTM and Waffle Woman.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren commands Stimpy to get down from the powder table.

    Good Hopes by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Stimpy makes his wish.

    Gothic Towers (b) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays for multiple scene transitions.

    Gramercy Swing by Jean-Pierre Fabien and Martin Taylor.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays at the beginning of the episode.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Stimpy pretends he's roadkill.

    Grandpa by David Farnon.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Ren says he wants to try out the new bidet.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Stimpy laments that Ren abandoned him in the cheese mines.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren is sitting at the diner table.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Stimpy is jumping around on the bed.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy says, "This is harder than I ever imagined."

    Grasshopper's Dance by Bob Barratt, Colin Frechter, and Ernst Bucalossi.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy is digging.

    Graveyard by Johnny Pearson.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays immediately after the "Black Hole" title card.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Ren says, "Teeth to the left of me..."
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren is wide awake at night.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when Ren freaks out about something in his ear.

    Great Future A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays right before "Hallelujah Chorus" plays during Cobb's rant.

    Great Outdoors (a), The by Mitch Dalton and Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when the galoots are shown on the open plains.

    Green Bluegrass by Lloyd Green and Glen Sutton.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays during the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when the "Villains Wanted" poster is seen.

    Green Valleys by Frank Mizen and Chris Norton.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren prays.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when a choir is heard.

    Guitar Stings G by Paul Lenart and Robert Duke Levine.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Guitar Walk by Grahame Maclean and Barry Ryder.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy pulls up to Ren in a convertible.

    Gunfighter, The by Franco Micalizzi and Roberto Pregadio.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Albert describes his wounds.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when the cook appears.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when the chickens confront Ren.
    ▪ Out West: Plays during the opening narration.

    Gyil Dance by Guy Warren.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are on foot on the island.
     
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    Hackney Carriage by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays right before the wrestling match begins.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are at the mailbox.

    Haferlgucker by Hermann Egger, Herbert Koch.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Title card.

    Hail to the Chief by Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays during Ren's daydream of getting $1 million and the Nobel Peace Prize.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren bites the president.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Ren and Stimpy get golden fire hydrant helmets.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the burping contest ends.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Ren and Stimpy salute.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM tells his assistant to take a letter.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Stimpy asks if Ren's ready for his first day of office.

    Hail to the King by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Stimpy rejects the offer of the man in the garbage can to take a photo of the mysterious man in the penthouse.

    Happily Drunk by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren sinks into Mrs. Buttloaves's back.

    Happy Families by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays at the beginning of the episode.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays on the second night when Stimpy thinks Ren will be joining him in brushing teeth.

    Happy Feet by Alan Moorhouse.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Happy-Go-Lively by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Ren and Stimpy arrive at their new home.
    ▪ High Fashion Log commercial: Plays throughout.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in the living room.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Stimpy is doing chores for Jerry.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy finally has pants.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Stimpy sells meat treats.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Ren casually turns around after Stimpy leaves.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are opening their fan mail.

    Happy Golightly by John Charles Fiddy.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren says he has a confession to make.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays immediately after Ren gets struck by lightning and Stimpy starts to speak.

    Happy Hippo by Eric Winstone.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Ren asks Stimpy if he knows how many lives he has left, as well as when the two look through a photo album.

    Happy Holiday by Anthony Spurgin.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Stimpy describes Robin Hoek.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy's work shift ends.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy goes over the "good luck" checklist.

    Happy Outing by Marc Lanjean.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Stimpy pulls into the driveway.
    ▪ Yak Shaving Day bumper: Plays when Stimpy leaves a bowl of lather by the sink.

    Happy Street, The by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when the exterior of the club is shown.

    Hark the Herald Angels Sing by Simon Benson.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when the episode briefly cuts back to Ren at the house.

    Harmonica Stings C by Paul Lenart and Richard Rosenblatt.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Harmonica Stings I by Paul Lenart and Richard Rosenblatt.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Ren says, "A thousand miles from civilization…"

    Harmonica Stings L by Paul Lenart and Richard Rosenblatt.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Ren realizes he has fool's cheese.

    Harp Gliss 1 by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren yells, "Snap out of it!"

    Harp Gliss 2 by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when the calendar changes.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when the camera pans over the long couch.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren floats upwards.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren falls asleep, as well as when the calendar changes.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when nine weeks have passed.

    Hat, a Cane, A by Ronnie Hazlehurst.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren walks up to the two guard dogs with a ball and chain.

    Haunted Piano, The by Frank Samuels.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when the pound is first seen.

    Haunting by David Snell.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren ventures to the outhouse.

    Hawaiian Link (b) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren and Stimpy arrive on dry land, as well as when Stimpy calms Ren by saying what he ran into was just a fish carcass.

    Hawaiian Cocktail by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren says, "I'll get the bag, you get the hag!", and also when everyone gets out of the elevator, and when Mrs. Buttloaves wants to be oiled.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack is in his chamber.

    Hawaiian Flower by Jon Jelmer.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Ren and Stimpy arrive at the mansion.

    Heartstrings by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren abandons Stimpy, and Stimpy pleads Ren not to leave him.

    Heavenly Voices (a) by David Farnon.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when dust flurries drop from the sky.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren drools at the thought of cow milk.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when the old lady daydreams that Ren and Stimpy are her pets.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy looks at Ren's brain.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Ren looks at the sunset.

    Heavy Affliction by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Ren says it's hopeless.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when it's announced that Ren's head is due for demolition.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren says he won't get angry.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Ren and Stimpy exit the crashed spaceship.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy says he's beat up, dirty, and lost in the woods.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays during the time passage montage when Stimpy is distressed.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Stimpy drags Ren.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Ren tries to comfort Stimpy after he is convinced Stinky is real. It also plays later when Stimpy falls to the ground after seeing the manure pile.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Stimpy hugs a fainted Ren.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Stimpy's first invention attempt fails.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Ren, Stimpy, and Anthony are laying in the yard.

    Heavy Attack by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren laments that he and Stimpy are broke again.

    Here and There by Gary Hughes.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when Stimpy tells Ren to smile because a car is coming, as well as when the tiny car approaches.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Stimpy uses a plunger.

    Here's a Health Unto Her Majesty by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Hey, Hot Lips! (d) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Stimpy is in a hot tub with ladies.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy walks away from Ren.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy has a sign on his head.

    Hi-Hat by Derek Holt and Gary Moberly.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays during Ren's rant.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy is still driving.

    Hidden Treasures by George Fenton and John Leach.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when "The walls are closing in on me!" is said.

    High Destiny by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when "Fire Patrol" is heard on TV.

    High Speed Action by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Stimpy says he won't let Ren disgrace himself.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy says there's only one man who can help him now.

    Historical Perspective (c) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy says, "It's a package from Ren to me!"

    Hit and Run by Ralph Dollimore.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Ren and Stimpy run to the bus.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says "Get your hands off my eggs!"
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when the fat lady rides the ladder.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren's mouth is on fire.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Ren's on fire.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis driving in his car with his rented thugs. It also plays when Haggis enters the studio.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren and Stimpy try to escape the camp.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when the flying butt pliers are performed.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Sammy leaves the scene.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren is sucked into the vacuum.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays during the yak chase scene.

    Ho Ho Down by John Charles Fiddy and Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Tex arrives.

    Hog Fever (a) by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when bacon is fried in Ren's head.

    Hold It by Ralph Dollimore.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when the monkey delivers a telegram.

    Holiday Fun by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when the fish whistle is revealed, as well as when Stimpy catches a bunch of fish with it instead of bait.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are introduced.

    Holiday Playtime by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren saws Abe's head off.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Stimpy describes what an implosion is.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren returns Kowalski.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren takes the eye test, and also after the tear gas training.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Ren's temperature is taken.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the inside of Ren and Stimpy's home is seen, as well as when the old lady is smitten with Ren. It also plays when Stimpy is playing golf.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Stimpy assures Ren that there's nothing outside the spaceship.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy looks through the house for Stinky.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when Ren lectures Stimpy about TV.

    Holly and the Ivy 59, The by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy fixes his old scooter.

    Hollywood Christmas by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when "Oh, it's too much to hope for!" is said.

    Hollywood Epic by Jack Beaver.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Title card.

    Hollywood Holiday by Frank Samuels.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Stimpy swims in a pool of Gritty Kitty Litter.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Bubba tries to squeeze more hairballs out of Stimpy, but only squeezes out his vital organs and bones.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor says, "Are you afraid of a little discipline?"
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when Stimpy's gloves float onto Ren's head.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Stimpy explains what a producer does.

    Hollywood Romance by Peter Yorke.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Stimpy laments that he wants Ren.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when the poodle pleads for his life.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren complains about his shot.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Ren doesn't want to eat the vermin.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when Ren takes off his skin for the bath.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Ren decides to retire.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Ren cries after all his teeth fall out.

    Homage to the King by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren shakes hands with the king.

    Home on the Range by Saul Broudy and Zan McLeod.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays right before the tornado hits.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Abner and Ewalt are introduced, as well as right before grandpa is introduced.

    Hongkong Trip by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Title card.

    Honolula Hula Band, The by George Elliott.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are first in the sand house, as well as when they check out the whale carcass.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays after an explosion.

    Hoping For a Better World by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester says, "Truly unsurpassed!"

    Horror Chords (a) by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when the scoutmaster says, "...Till midnight to sell all them cookies."

    Horror Chords (c) by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy is in bed, asleep with the TV.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Evil Ren holds the litter over the tank.

    Hot Club 30 by Don Harper.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the woman takes the winner man away.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Ren and Stimpy try to get into the zoo, as well as when they're fed monkey chow.

    Hot Lips (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when the establishing shot of Ren and Stimpy's trailer is shown.

    Hot Liquorice (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when the cops arrive at the motel.

    Human Misery B - Gregor Narholz.
    ▪ Sammy and Me - Plays when Sammy asks, “Weren’t you at my signing, man?”

    Hungarian Sundance by Friedrich Sehl.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when the Russians dance.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren says, ""Ah, just the reaction the locals had hoped for."

    Human Advances A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Jiminy Lummox first appears.

    Hunting the Hare by Jim Gourlay.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren says, "You must think we're really stupid."

    Hurry-Up, The by Kenny Graham.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Ren pushes the tourists out of the Lincoln Memorial building.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when a pen is shot off one of the lummox's bellies.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man second commercial: Plays when the kids fall to the ground.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when Ren says he's the cat that won the prize.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren feeds Hey, It's That Guy to the dog.

    I.T.M.A. (It's That Man Again) by Michael North.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when the salesman fish is introduced.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Title card, and also plays numerous times throughout the episode.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when the Ben and Stumpy show is a success.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays as the opening of the episode when the salesman is describing the house, as well as the ending.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the coffin salesman debuts.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays numerous times throughout the episode whenever Hey It's That Guy appears.

    I Gave My Love a Cherry by Elisabeth Null.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack puts on a record.

    I Must Leave Town by Alfred Kluten.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Ich Hatte Einen Kameraden 2 by Alfred Kluten.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are naturalization officers.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck and Stimpy laugh at Ren's year book entry.

    Imminent Danger by John Fox.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy laughs nervously.

    In Olden Days by Stuart Stirling.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays during the Revolution Day scene.

    In Solitude by Chris Payne and Paul Rogers.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren walks through Mr. Noggin's penthouse. (at the same time as "Oddball")

    In the Streets by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when a limo drives up to Ren and Stimpy.

    Indian on a Stump 2 by Jerry Burnham, Stephen Wade, Sam Morgan, and Zan McLeod.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when "A galoot calf!" is said.

    Industrial Riot A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Hey It's That Guy eggs Abner and Ewalt on by saying the other side said bad things about them.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says "So it's like THAT, is it?"

    Inferno by Frederic Bayco.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the dad crab wants to know who's in their house.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Ren is furious for Stimpy throwing the moose meat in the fireplace.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays after the opening titles.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Ren puts a plunger to Stimpy's mouth.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Ren rides up the ladder.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the ghost approaches the bed with a chainsaw.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the alphabet burping contest begins.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when oat lumps are shown, as well as when the bug rolling the cigar gets greedy.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when the spaceship crash lands on a planet. Also plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when the firemen rush into the house.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Mr. Pipe goes after Stimpy with a hose.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Ren hits Stimpy's nose for the last time.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when the RV sinks to the bottom of the lake.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Robin Hoek is mauled by the monks.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when the bum yells, "Help! Police!"
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Stimpy subdues Ren. Also plays when the announcer tempts Stimpy to push the button.

    Inferno by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren has a war flashback, as well as when Stimpy runs for the outhouse.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when the camera pans up the Stimpysaurus.

    Intense Danger by James Clarke.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren thinks he's allergic to everything.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Ren looks around nervously.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren daydreams.

    Intermission by Johnny Hawksworth.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Title card.

    Into Battle Again/Main Theme by Jean Clero.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy says, "Ren! I can't go on looking like THIS!"
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when "But this blissful coexistence wouldn't last..." and "Stimpy, I've been driving forever." are said.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "Stimpy, they laughed at me and called me names!"

    Intrepid by Chris Payne and Paul Rogers.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when the group chants "Skillet!"
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren throws the meat carcass on the bed, as well as when Ren says, "Yeah, so?"

    Investiture by Bruce Campbell.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when the old man says that Abe Lincoln was a great man.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays at the end of Jerry's toast to Stimpy.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when the dog rallies the troops to take the mission.
    ▪ World Crisis With Mr. Horse segment: Plays at the very beginning.

    Irish Jig by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the leprechaun wants Haggis to pass a test.

    Jackson's Jig by Bobby Forsyth.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis says, "Now off you go, time for breakfast!"

    Jacksons Morning Brush by Paddy Moloney.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis is given another chance to win his wish.

    Jagdsignale (q) by Alfred Kluten.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy mourns the TV being buried.

    Jarabe Tapatio B by Carlos Periguez.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren busts open the cocoon.

    Jelly on a Plate by Paul Lenart and Robert Duke Levine.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren is feeding the pigs, and also when Stimpy milks Bossie.

    Jerry Cotton by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Cheese Fist commercial: Plays when the bullies appear.

    Jiddish by Lutz Elias.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren apologizes to Stimpy for eating his chicken.

    Jingle Bells (d) by Simon Benson.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Stimpy is sitting on Abe Lincoln like Santa Claus and reading off a Christmas list.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Santa Claus appears.

    Jive at Five by Chris Walden.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when the exterior of the lodge is shown for the first time.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Title card.

    John Brown's Body (b) by Brian Gulland and Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Title card.

    John Hardy by Saul Broudy, Zan McLeod, Sam Morgan, and Stephen Wade.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Title card.

    John Henry by John Cephas.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Johnny Too Bad 2 by Steve Byrd.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays during Egg Yolkeo's concert.

    Jolly Jack Tar (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Wilbur Cobb is on the docks.

    Jolly Jape A by John Charles Fiddy.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Mrs. Buttloaves walks past the hotel manager after leaving the pool.

    Joy to the World by David Snell.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Joy to the World 59 by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Title card. Also plays when Stimpy opens his package towards the end of the episode.

    Jubilate (a) by Andrew Jackman.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when "These are..." is said.

    Jungle Rhythm by Rick Fenn.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays during the Feast of 1,000 Purges scene.

    Junior Miss by Len Stevens.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when some back hair is on Haggis's scalp.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Stimpy comes home.

    Just a Closer Walk with Thee by William Gilbert Carter, Henry Stinson, Don Rouse, Richard Wilcox Sackett, David Frank Robinson Jr, Wesley F. Butts.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are done with the hike.

    Kamba Drummers by David Bradnum.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren runs away from the dummy.
    ▪ Untamed World short (after Hermit Ren): Plays when Stimpy says they'll be entering forbidden territory.

    Keeping Busy by Terence Roper.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy begs to come to the lodge meeting.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren and Stimpy slide down the rope.
    ▪ Travelogue: Title card.

    Kentucky Rambler by Richard Gilks.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Tex puts out Ren.

    Kiddingly - Ron Ronsted.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when the savage French chefs first appear.

    Kill, The by Brian Beamish and Garry Hardman.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when the pigeons mug the squirrel for his nuts.
    ▪ Chicken in a Drawer commercial: Plays when the tough chicken is shown.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when the construction site is shown.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when Ren announces the Croco-Stimpy.

    Killing Ground, The (a) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when "Walk the skillet, man!" is said.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren screams, right before "Silent Scream" plays.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad first chews out Ren and Stimpy, as well as when Anthony's dad says, "...You can stay.", and Ren and Stimpy say, "We understand very well!", and later when he commands them to meet him in the den, when he hangs up his shirt and sits down, and asks them, "All right, funny guys, I wanna know somethin'."

    Kim's Tune by Ralph Dollimore.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Ren gets his bandages removed.

    King Conga by Dennis Farnon.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Stimpy gets a line of fish and Ren repeatedly slams his head in frustration.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy does the ceremonial konga heiney sniffing dance.

    King Lear I by Henryk Kuzniak.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Vicki Velcro says, "PTM to the rescue. How much more can Vicky Velcro take?!", as well as when Vicki says, "Finally, the return of Waffle Woman!"
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "Don't you know it's bad luck to ridicule superstitions?"
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren says it's time for Plan B.

    King of Arms A by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren realizes everyone loves the fat one.

    King's Coronation, The by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren walks into the village with the gold, and also when Ren is instated as king.

    King's Fanfare, The by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren gets ready to fly on the fly.

    King's Tournament, The by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Title card.

    Kiss of Fire (a) by David Bradnum and Bob Weston.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when close-up shots of Ren and Stimpy's sick face are shown.

    Kleine Nachtmusik-Menuett, Eine by Wolfgang Mozart and Ron Ronsted.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when "Mama!" is said.

    Knight Errant by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are promoted to full-fledged tank paratroopers.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when Powdered Toast Man says he has to attend something REALLY important. It also plays when he farts on Ren and Stimpy's Powdered Toast before taking off.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man first commercial: Plays when Powdered Toast Man arrives.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man second commercial: Plays when the kids are flying, as well as when he saves the day.

    Kumpulan Muzik Gambus B by Wayan Udayana.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy serves Ren a calendar page for dinner.

    Kyrie by Dave Hewson.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren says that he's starving to the farmer.

    Kyrie - Roman Zajaczek.
    ▪ The Scotsman in Space: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are floating through space, disintegrating.
     
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    L'Esprit de Paris by John Leach.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Ren holds Stimpy's hairball.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays as the opening of the episode when Ren and Stimpy are rummaging through the garbage.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to relax.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Stimpy walks away from the bullies.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy attend lumberjack school.

    La Cucaracha by Roy Wootton.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Stimpy runs to the baseball stadium.

    La Golondrina by Roy Alan Wootton.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays on the TV show that Powdered Toast Man is watching.

    La Paloma Impression by Harri Schrader and Sebastian Yradier.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy leaves a bucket outside the door for Ren.

    La Premiere Pois by John Godfrey and Jimmy Stewart.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when the women are shown in the tea parlor.

    Lambs in Clover by Jack Strachey.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Mr. Pipe wants to teach Ren and Stimpy to walk.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Ren pushes Stimpy outside.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Dr. Brainchild's mom answers the door.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren, Stimpy, and Kowalski are in the park.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Title card, and also plays Stimpy puts slippers on the chicken and later when he says he likes the chicken's new sausage look.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM burns the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights in the fireplace.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when "I Love Lucy" is on TV.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren reads the first fan letter.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Ren is ironing.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren commands Stimpy to hurry up with the jelly sandwich.

    Land of Green Ginger by Dennis Farnon.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck shows Stimpy Ren's yearbook entry.

    Last Post, The (b) by Dick Walter
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when "Tsk tsk tsk." is said.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when "You'll never serve meat in this town again!" is said.

    Le Jazz Hot by Jean-Pierre Fabien and Martin Taylor.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Stimpy enjoys the skunk milk.

    Left Foot Forward by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when everyone eats and burps.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy walks up to Ren, wanting more change.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren has purposefully surrounded himself with bad luck.

    Legends of the Silver Screen by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when the narrator says "And so, our heroes head north" and "At last! Canada!"

    Let Me Call You Sweetheart by Roy Alan Wootton and Leo Friedman.
    ▪ Superstitous Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "OK Ren, but be careful."

    Let's Dance Susanna by Roy Henley.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Title card.

    Licence to Thrill by Robert Cornford.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when the announcer gives ringside commentary, right before the flying butt pliers scene.

    Life or Death by Jack Beaver.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays during the mock newsreel scene concerning Rens taking over the world.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Kowalski appears.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays during Stimpy's daydream.

    Lifeblood A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Stimpy's nervous about the rising worms.

    Lifeblood E by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren throws Stimpy out of the whale carcass.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy sees the manure.

    Lifestream by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays during the horny-billed chihuahua scene.

    Light-Hearted Links (1-6) by Eric Spear.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Stimpy says, “But Ren, I need fuel to make hairballs, and I’m fresh out.”
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren feels dejected.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Ren says, “Look at me, Stimpy, what a pathetic wimp I am.” and “I’ll always be a wimp!”
    ▪ Plays when Stimpy says, “Stinky is NOT a fantasy.”

    Lighting the Fuse (b) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy gets an idea about what to do with sick Ren.

    Lightning Finger Boogie (a) by Jonathan Starkey.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Sammy plays the piano.

    Like Strange by Kenny Graham.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in underwear.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Ren gets an evil grin after watching the news broadcast. Also plays when Ren orders Stimpy to get back on the line.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren snaps, right before he and Stimpy sing the RCKY anthem.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck puts a cat outfit on Stimpy.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when the boar gets angry at Ren and kicks him.

    Limbo by Maurice Jarre.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Stimpy tests to see what's edible.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren says, "They think I'm crazy..."

    Limelight Waltz by Albert Marland.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy puts on surgical gloves.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Waffle Woman recalls her success until PTM hit the scene.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy is having fun with braindead Ren.

    Linked Romantic Movements by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren says "It's YOU they love!"

    Linkettes (5-9) by Steve Race.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the leprechaun prize is shown.

    Links and Interjections (II- 1 – 10) by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren leaves the bedroom with his blanket and pillow.

    Little Bill's Trumpet A by Ted Atking and Alan Feanch.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when baby Ren and Stimpy are sucking on bottles.

    Little Jug by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Stimpy digs a hole.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Ren announces they've hit the big time.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid is sitting on the toilet and talking on the phone.

    Little Night Music-Romance, A by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ron Ronsted.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays at night twice in the episode.

    Little Symphonies- Spooky Scherzo by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when Ren and Stimpy enter the haunted house and flatten the ghost under the door.

    Loch Lomond by Robert White.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis wants his sheep.

    Locomotion by Clive Richardson.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren works really hard.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy is working at the factory.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are hitching a ride on a train.

    Londonderry Twostep by Dennis Farnon.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Title card.

    Lonely Violin by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says, "I'm living in a dream world!"
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when "...Not really." is said.

    Lonesome Camp Fires by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays as the opening of the episode, as well as when Ren is digging.

    Longing For Home by David Bell.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the funeral begins.

    Looking Back by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren asks the boss if he can see Stimpy's torment.

    Looks Like Trouble (a) by Syd Dale.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Waffle Woman challenges PTM to a duel.

    Lost War by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays during Ren's daydream of being president.

    Love Affair, The (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says, "Here we are, son, home sweet home."

    Love Scene A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren sadly says that he and Stimpy need to move onto grayer pastures.

    Love Scene C by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren says, "There there, old pal."
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy cries.

    Love Story Lonely by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad says, "My son Anthony likes you.", as well as when he says, "Anthony, you've got to pull through!"

    Love Story Theme by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Kowalski hugs Ren.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad cries.

    Lovers Dream by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy says "I love chicken, and chicken loves me."

    Luck o' the Irish by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when the old lady is feeding birds in the park.

    Lumbering Giant by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when the Stimpysaurus says "Happy happy joy joy".

    Luo Drummers by David Bradnum.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the villager is at the door wearing a tribal mask and scares Ren.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the map of Acroneglia is shown.

    Lush Life by William Loose.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Stimpy coaxes Ren to go skinnydipping with him.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren, dressed as a female baboon, eats the "candy".

    Lustige Leute by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy disguise themselves as wiener inspectors to get past border patrol.

    Lute Air by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays twice when establishing shots of the village are shown.

    Mabumbumbo by David Bradnum.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy mixes up a concoction.

    Magical Effect (a) by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Ren exclaims that there's no bed in the bedroom.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "Husk..."

    Magical Effect (c) by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren cries.

    Magical Effect (d) by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Cheese Fist commercial: Plays numerous times.

    Magical Effect (e) by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren imagines a rock is a farmer.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM saves Ren and Stimpy's breakfast the first time.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM appears in the hospital.

    Maid Behind the Bar 2, The by Patrick Campbell-Lyons.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when "Now remember the rules..." is said.

    Maidens of Pireus by Reg Owen.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when the camera pans over the outdoor pool to a sunbathing Ren.

    Main Assault by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "That tears it! There's only one thing left to do!"

    Main Street by Alec Gould.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren paces, as well as during Stimpy's second attempt at a Lincoln head.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays in the beginning.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Ren is hungry.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when "Care to join us for a dip?" and "OK, Ren!" are said.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Stimpy is playing golf in the house.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy puts a phone in Ren's head.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Stimpy speaks gibberish to Haggis.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren holds auditions for a new sidekick.

    Mambo Da Capo by Gerhard Narholz.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when the Louis Lungbubble show begins, as well as when Ren pushes Stimpy on-stage.

    Maniac Pursuit by Trevor Duncan.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are afraid to cross the coals.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis shakes after eating.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is desperate for company.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when the sarge rises from the mud.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the showdown between the two lummoxes begins.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when Lump and Loaf give their lose speech.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when all systems are go.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when a wanted poster of Stimpy is shown, as well as just before the scooter stops and the bum gets off.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when all systems are go.

    Map Room by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Stimpy announces he's on a walkout.

    Map Room Submix by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren is elk spotting.

    March For Jeanie by John Fox.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Haggis McHaggis stuffs golf clubs into Ren's mouth.

    March of the Ants, The by Sidney Crooke.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when the homeless bum appears.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Jasper says "He's going to sleep."
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Ren and Stimpy head towards the sock mountain.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren is sterilizing items in the house.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays at the start of the gas training sequence.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when Stimpy tracks a lummox.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when Ren explains that wrestling is all pretend.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when a monkey wants Ren to pick at his lice.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy wants to do a spleen flensing on Ren.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when everyone is disgusted by Ren's bad breath.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Stimpy begs to talk at the next house.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays during the Gritty Kitty scene.

    March of the Astronauts, The by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Ren says they feel strangely energized.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Title card.

    March of the Cadet Corps by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the narrator continues after the scene with the cheeses under Stimpy's arms.

    Marching Drums 1 by Eric Allen.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are stopped by the Canadian guard.

    Marching Invaders A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren marches to Stimpy's room.

    Marching Troops by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren and Stimpy begin their journey.

    Marking Time by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren is exhausted from destroying the TV.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when the prison is ruined.

    Marking Time Submix by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy hands over his "stupidest creature" badge.

    Marseillaise by Alfred Kluten.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when it's revealed that a lobster is still attached to Pierre's pants.

    Martial Links by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the Village Idiot challenges Stimpy to a battle of witlessness.

    Matangi Ake by Kapono Beamer.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays at the pool.

    Meadows Green (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy says "Isn't that sweet, Ren?"

    Memphis Mud Slide A by Steve Goomas and Doug Perkins.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when loud music is playing in Ren's head.

    Menacing Silence, The (a) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis is lowered into the well.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Ren's brain is angry to see Stimpy and Ren together.

    Menacing Threat by John Fox.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the ghost puts the bloody heady on Ren's head.

    Mental Torment by John Fox.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren is asked to do a second test to prove that he's a dog.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Ren struggles.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy says, "Ren! I'm missing my encrusted diamond ivory shoehorn!"
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy is impressed at Sammy's insect eye.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy shushes Ren.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when the press approaches Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy says, "Take it easy, Ren!"

    Merry as a Grig by Van Phillips.
    ▪ Billy the Beef Tallow Boy commercial: Plays when the girl gives CPR to her dad.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM rushes into Ren and Stimpy's kitchen.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man first commercial: Plays at the beginning and end.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man second commercial: Plays when Powdered Toast is served to the kids.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays after the dogs chase Ren, and the next day when Ren comes home from work.

    Metropolis by Jack Brown.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays during the subway scene.

    Micro Statement (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester says, "Halt! Who goes there?"

    Midnight in Manhattan by Johnny Pearson.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy looks at Ren while he's asleep.

    Migration by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays during the soft-shelled Stimpy section.

    Mild and Bitter by John Charles Fiddy and Otto Sieben.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy watches the Muddy Mudskipper Show.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Military Conflict by Hans Conzelman and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays on the TV show Stimpy is watching when Ren descends back to his earthly body.

    Mini-March by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ An Abe Divided: Plays when Sgt. Big Butt is revealed.

    Minitake 15 A-E by Gerhard Narholz.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren says, "There, how's that?"
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy says, "I'll take 'em!"
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "Aw, you got me all wrong, pal."

    Minitake 117 A-E by Gerhard Narholz.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren says, "Can I get in now?"

    Minitake 124 F-J by Gerhard Narholz.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "I'll do anything you want, as long as you keep our show going.", as well as when Ren says, "He must look hideous!"

    Minitake 128 F-J by Gerhard Narholz.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren says, "Don't stop! It's working!"

    Minitake 163 A-E by Gerhard Narholz.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy says, "I love it when he's so determined."

    Miss Forbe's Farewell to Banff by Bobby Forsyth.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis leads Ren and Stimpy into the elevator.

    Miss World (b) by Tony Kinsey.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays after Ren and Stimpy exit the vet's office.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren is first in the mental hospital.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in the waiting room.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is knitting.

    Mississippi Blues by Saul Broudy and Zan McLeod.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren and Stimpy go into the outhouse, as well as the ending of the episode.

    Mister Smooth by John Horler.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when "Fresh corn bread stuffing." is said.

    Mists of Illusion by Gilbert Vinter.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when "That's as far as she goes." is said.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Stimpy is mesmerized by a snipe.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy wakes up.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when the calendar is shown.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy is dizzy.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Stimpy nervously taps his finger.

    Misty Autumn Days by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren is surprised after Stimpy asks if he wants to go out.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy consoles Ren after he laments being the stupid one now.

    Model Girl by Gary Hughes.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays during the "What'll We Do 'Til Then?" segment.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Stimpy wakes up.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when the farmer shows Ren the food sources in the cave.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays during the "What'll We Do 'Til Then?" segment.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays during the "What'll We Do 'Til Then?" segment.

    Moloka'i Nui (b) by Kapono Beamer.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Stimpy is accepted by the villager, and also right after the villager accidentally scares Ren with his tribal mask.

    Morning After by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Waffle Woman tells PTM to give it up.

    Morning Song by Fiachra Trench.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays the next morning, before Stimpy looks outside.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren wakes up.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays the next morning, towards the end of the episode.

    Mountain Dew (a) by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when "Grab ahold of the undercow and squeeze." is heard on the TV.

    Mountain Dew (b) by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when the chickens are playing cards.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when Mr. Horse shakes his head.

    Mountain Man by Richard Gilks.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Stimpy exclaims that they're rich, and also the ending of the episode.

    Mountain Story A by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the tour guide describes Jahosafat's mansion.

    Mountain Story Bridge (j) by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren is beaten up by the giant.

    Mounting the Scaffold 1 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when an imprint of Ren is on Mrs. Buttloaves's back.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Title card, and also plays when Stimpy spasms in the bathroom, as well as when he laments that he doesn't want to grow up, and finally when adult Stimpy emerges from the cocoon.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when the space shuttle takes off.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the director gets angry at Ren's screw ups.

    Movin' West by Richard Gilks.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Ren and Stimpy find a great campsite.

    Moving Target by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren swallows the first drink.

    Moving Target by Simon Benson and Eugenio Grandi.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays as the customer eats cactuses.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Choo Choo is nervous from the angry stares of his cousin.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is heard outside coming home from work.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when the chicken comes alive, as well as when the paper falls down, revealing a piece of fruit.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren examines Stimpy's finished cartoon.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays as the opening of the episode, and also when Ren is reading numerous fan letters before fading to black.

    Mr. Charles by Sid Phillips.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Title card.

    Mr. Happy by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid is in the wall.

    Mud by Ron Aspery.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy, Evil Ren, and Indifferent Ren are on the couch.

    Musette Madeleine by Roland Kovac.
    ▪ Dog Water commercial: Plays when the man pops the question.

    Music For Anglo Saxes by Alan Bristow.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Music For Percussion (8-13) by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Sgt. Big Butt asks, “Do you know what we give you if you disgrace our country?”
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when the scoutmaster says, "Ya gotta earn some BADGES!"

    My Everything by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Ren reads the telegram.

    My Horse and I by Norman Warren.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Abner and Ewalt are introduced.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when Abner and Ewalt are introduced.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays at the start of the "Ren & Tex" show.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays during the opening when Ren and Stimpy are walking on the railroad tracks.

    My Love She's But a Lassie Yet by Bobby Forsyth.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis skips with Ren and Stimpy.

    Mystery X by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren and Stimpy rob the bank.

    Mystic Attack by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when the yak snaps.

    Nat. Anthem of New Zealand A by Alfred Kluten and Fred Woods.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis first enters the ship.

    Nat. Anthem of USA A by Alfred Kluten and John Stafford Smith.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when the United Nations is shown.

    National Affairs (b) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester shouts, "A CHIGGER!"

    National Anthem of Austria D by Alfred Kluten and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren gives Stimpy the family grooming kit.

    National Anthem of France (a) by Alfred Kluten and Rouget de Lisle.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Evil Ren and Hideously Evil Ren drive off.

    National Anthem of France (e) by Alfred Kluten and Rouget de Lisle.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when "A lumberjack never says die!" is said.

    National Anthem of Italy A by Alfred Kluten and Rikard Nordraak.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "I'll take 'em all!" is said.

    National Anthem of Norway A by Alfred Kluten and Rikard Nordraak.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Ren and Chuck share a laugh, and also at the harvest homecoming dance during the flashback and when Chuck says "Omega delta phi!" during the same flashback.

    National Anthem of Norway E by Alfred Kluten and Rikard Nordraak.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck laughs after chasing Stimpy, and later when Chuck and Ren come home from painting the town yellow.

    National Anthem of Turkey (a) by Alfred Kluten.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    National Anthem U.S.S.R. by Alexander Alexandrov.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays during the vintage Russian news reel film, as well as during the "eating in space" test.

    National Mourning by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren leaves the cave premises and everyone is saluting him.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when the narrator says "Starving, exhausted..."

    Nature's Gift by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when lizard Ren's neck sack inflates.

    Nature's World 14 by John Fox.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Nature's World 15 by John Fox.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren says, "Oh Stimpy, I knew this day would come.", as well as when he says, "It's natural. It's just another growth spurt, buddy." and "He's gone into the pupa stage."

    Nature's World 17 by John Fox.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when the buffalo eats grass.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays during the Anger stage.

    Nature's World 19 by John Fox.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Title card.

    Nature's World 20 by John Fox.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when "Cheese. Yep, blue cheese" is said, as well as when Ren and Stimpy reach the Blue Cheese Mountains.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy reach the Canadian Wiener Mountains.

    Nautical Trilogy by Robert Farnon.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the map is shown.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy says, "It's the perfect..."

    New Year's Greetings by Eric Seday.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    New York Nights by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when we see Mr. Horse in a seedy motel.

    News Flash by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when the news is on TV.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when the news is on TV.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when the news is on TV.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when the news is on TV.

    News Reel by Len Stevens.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Title card.

    Newsreel by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren is describing how to get dirt.

    Night Butcher by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis gets angry that Ren and Stimpy overcooked his eggs.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad says, "I'll tell you a joke... and you're gonna LAUGH!"

    Night Sounds 1 by John Cameron.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when "We don't dare complain about the food in these parts!" is said, when "Shut up, I'm thinking." is said, and when "Not exactly" is said.

    Nightmare by Jack Dorsey.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren makes weird faces.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren says, "Grindy, grindy, grindy..."

    Ninety-Third's Farewell to Parkhurst, The by Rob Mathieson.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are eating grass.

    Nit Pickin' (A) by Mitch Dalton:
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the kid crab holds up the tear-stained record.
    ▪ Road Apples: Title card.

    Nocturne 2 by John Scott.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy is at the feet of the ogre.

    Non Stop by John Malcolm.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Ren says "Will you hurry up so I can finish my paper?!"

    Nostalgic by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor says, "Look at the cute little rascals."

    Nyanga Dance by Sam Sklair.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Title card.

    O Makalapua B by Kapono Beamer.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Stimpy finds a village.

    O Makalapua C by Kapono Beamer.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren is on the island with a billionaire.

    O Sole Mio (a) by Janos Lehar.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when "Cooking With Chicken" begins.

    Oberlander by Wolfgang Kaltenbach.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when the outhouse is shown.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are drilling for wieners.

    Oddball by David Mellor.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren walks through Mr. Noggin's penthouse. (at the same time as "In Solitude")
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy comments on Ren's birthmark. (plays at the same time as "Suspended Time")

    Oh My Darling Clementine by Edwina Travis-Chin.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Abner spells "dimwit", as well as when "And as soon as I finish this stick..." is said.

    Old Comrades by George Wilson.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when a telegram is delivered by a monkey.

    Old Joe Clark by Stephen Wade.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when "Why, they startin' to look just like us!" is said.

    Old Kentucky Home by Edwina Travis-Chin.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when the western town is shown.

    Old New York by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Ren and Stimpy first enter the futuristic house.

    Ole, Ole by David Snell.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays during the Mexico flashback.

    On Fire by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren dumps lobsters in Stimpy's bath.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren threatens to lick a fly.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren screams "GET IN THE HOUSE!" after being struck by lightning.

    On With the Race by Dennis Farnon.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays during the gas tank scene.

    Once Upon a Dream by Clive Richardson.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy says he and the chicken will be wed in Vegas.

    Only Lovers Know A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy laments the destruction of the TV.

    Onward Christian Soldiers by Arthur Sullivan, Anthony Wakefield.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Stimpy sings it as he rejects the man in the trash can.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Title card.

    Open and End Fanfare by Nino Nardini.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy describes his sandwich.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when the show "Cooking With Chicken" begins.

    Opening Fanfare by Eddie Warner.
    ▪ Billy the Beef Tallow Boy commercial: Plays when Billy first speaks.

    Opinions by Ron Ronsted:
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy grabs one bag.

    Orchestral Climax 2 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when a bug is eating part of the couch.

    Orchestral Climax 3 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the old man starts to vomit.

    Orchestral Climax 4 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren says, "You'll be back!"

    Orchestral Climax 6 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays during the first part of Stimpy's dream.

    Orchestral Climax 8 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Ren says, "Here's your pasta, big shot!"

    Orchestral Climax 9 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren's head is sewed onto Stimpy's butt.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren slams the door.

    Orchestral Climax 10 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the crab dad yelps.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when "What are you trying to do?" is said.

    Orchestral Climax 16 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when the exterior of the old lady's house is shown.

    Orchestral Climax 17 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy is nervous after being told the jester might eat him.

    Orchestral Effect (c) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy says that they can play games.

    Orchestral Effect (d) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the Magical Golden Singing Cheeses are revealed.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren daydreams.

    Orchestral Effect (f) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the cheeses go under Stimpy's arms.

    Orchestral Ending (d) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the Magical Golden Singing Cheeses are revealed, as well as when they are released, and when Stimpy arrives home with the cheeses.

    Orchestral Link 6 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when the spare surgery parts are shown.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when six months have passed.

    Orchestral Link 12 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren and Stimpy wake up from surgery and the doctor describes the results (twice).

    Orchestral Link 19 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy sticks in the Sammy eye.

    Orchestral Link 22 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when the inside of the lodge is shown.

    Orchestral Link 48 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren says, "See you on the other side."

    Orchestral Link 51 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Stimpy says, "I sure hope the boys are all right."

    Orchestral Link 53 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren says, "He's just a head!"
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when the dogs think of whether to allow Stimpy in or not.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy applies "hair".

    Orchestral Link 55 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Stimpy says, "How would you like your privacy invaded?"

    Orchestral Link 56 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy says, "I can pretend to be a dog."

    Orchestral Link 60 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren is about to slap Stimpy but doesn't.

    Orchestral Link 61 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren says, "They don't allow cats."

    Orchestral Link 62 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays right before Ren says, "I have something to get off my chest."

    Orchestral Link 64 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when the narrator says, "...FOR GOOD!"

    Orchestral Link 66 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when "Well, I don't know", "Anything, huh?", and "I've got it!" are said.

    Orchestral Link 68 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren drinks some water.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy sticks Husk pages to himself.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren and Stimpy try to talk American.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says he has Stimpy's number.

    Orchestral Link 69 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when a reaction shot of Sid after Stimpy's begging is shown.

    Orchestral Link 71 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren looks at the camera, sad.

    Orchestral Link 72 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays right before the montage of Stimpy having fun with brainless Ren.

    Orchestral Link 76 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Ren shouts, "Sammy, Sammy, Sammy!"

    Orchestral Link 77 by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Vicky pulls the lever.

    Our Mr. Meredith by Eric Winstone.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Stimpy announces luncheon is served.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are working in the mines.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Stimpy comforts Ren about getting older.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren tries to convince Stimpy that cartoons are stupid.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren is sitting on the toilet.

    Our Special Guest (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy find dust.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy asks Ren to guess who he is.

    Pageantry 2 by Leslie Pearson.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when "Eat it, and ye be granted your wish." is said.

    Pageantry Processional by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Stimpy tries out the Cheese Phone invention.

    Pain by David Mellor.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy hits himself with the roses. (at the same time as other tracks)

    Panic by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when everyone except Ren runs away from Ol' Faceful.

    Panic Patrol by Kenny Graham.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Ren remembers the mission and heads for the pharynx.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren and Stimpy fall off a cliff.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren puts a vacuum in his ear.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis tries to cover the TVs that are showing Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren's tongue is stuck to the chicken.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Ren is swinging through the air.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy is thrown from the car.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when the meat wagon rides off after Jack's "vision". Also plays when Ren says "Cripes! It's the highway meat patrol!"

    Panpipe Polka by Frank Comedes.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when a fish Stimpy tries to walk on land. Also plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays during the Croco-Stimpy section.

    Parasol Parade by Alec Gould.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays during the bargaining phase.

    Parasols in the Park by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren watches home movies.

    Paris Gaiety by Edrich Siebert.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Stimpy pretends to be a dead cat.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Partners for the Polka by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays during the trapping scene.

    Passing the Time by Robert Sharples.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays numerous times in the elevator.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when Ren is up to be judged.

    Passion by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis sadly looks at his bald scalp.

    Passionate Interludes (e) by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Ren says, "Oh Stimpy, you are my true friend!"

    Pathe News Fanfare by Stanley Black.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays during the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Mr. Horse interview segment: Plays at the beginning.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays during the opening titles of Stimpy's cartoon.

    Patriotic March by Mayhew Lake.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays during the first part of Stimpy's cartoon.

    Pavement Cafe by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Stimpy is plucking wieners from the trees.

    Pay Off by Alec Gould.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Stimpy says, "...Read me a story!"

    Peace and Plenty by Harry Rabinowitz.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when the old lady is walking down the halls of the pound, looking for a new pet.

    Petulant Penguin by Dennis Farnon.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren convinces Stimpy that superstitions are stupid.

    Pictures of Misery by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Ren is first split into two halves.

    Pirates' Chorus by Barrie Hingley and Arthur Sullivan.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Ren's roommate, Chuck, arrives. Also plays when Ren reminisces.

    Pizzicato Playtime by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to stop fooling around and load the boat.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Ren fluffs Stimpy like a pillow.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Stimpy repeatedly steps on a rake.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Stimpy tries to read the story.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when "The prime directive!" is said. Also plays during The Oath segment.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Stimpy tries to read the story. Also plays during The Oath segment.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays during The Oath segment.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren is steamed before going to work.
    ▪ Untamed World short (after Hermit Ren): Plays when Stimpy consults the field manual.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Stimpy looks through the peephole to see if there's a dog in the yard.

    Placa Omondia by Mimis Plessas.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Title card.

    Plainsong by Chris Payne.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when the choir sings near the end of the episode.

    Play the Game by Len Stevens.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when the two clowns demonstrate their abilities to make people laugh.

    Playbill by Wilfred Burns.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Stimpy describes what's in the president's head.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the leprechaun says he can grant anything Haggis wishes.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy is excited to see Sammy's party.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when the grand prize is announced on TV.

    Playful Pizzicato by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Ren gets people to leave his party.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren hotwires a car.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the boss explains that Ren will play the fat idiot and Stimpy will play the skinny jerk.

    Pleasures of Life by Harry Gregson-Williams.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the ogre says, "I'll take 'em!"

    Poetic Love Theme B by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Stimpy shouts, "He... was my... FRIEND!"
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Kowalski says "Goodbye!" repeatedly.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the lummox is first revealed.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stinky and the fish are in love.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Stimpy gets a second wind in the editing room after looking at the Wilbur Cobb photo.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren cries after he realizes Stimpy wrote the letter.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Stimpy says he must use his gift of invention to save Ren.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy skips Muddy across the road.

    Poetic Love Theme C by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Nosey returns.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Stimpy says he has another dream.

    Poetic Love Theme E by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when the doctor says, "The important thing is..."

    Poignant by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays after Ren's teeth break and Stimpy looks at the camera, concerned.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "I'm not listening to this anymore."

    Point of Departure A by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when "Send in the clowns!" is said.

    Point of Departure C by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to relax.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren says, "I can almost taste that crown now!"

    Point of Departure F by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Mr. Pipe asks what everyone is doing in his house.

    Point of Departure H by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Stimpy counts down.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester screams, right before saying, "Truly unsurpassed!"
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays right before Stimpy prays.

    Point of Departure I by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren has a crazed look in his eye and Stimpy says, "Ren! No!"
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when "Oh no you don't, he wants me to say it!" is said.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Sammy lectures Stimpy.

    Point of Departure J by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis says, "Me sheepies!"

    Point of Departure K by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when "Gimme the cheese!" is said.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Ren nervously looks at all the dainty items in the house, as well as when "It's a cat! Kill it!" is said.

    Point of Departure M by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when "Who dares dig a hole in my roof?" is said. Also plays when the ogre screams.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when "A blood-thirsty, two-horned devil!" is said.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid says, "What's shaking, sparky?!?!"
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren crawls into the spitoon and is struck by lightning.

    Point of Departure N by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "You can't eat out of the trash!"

    Point of Departure O by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis lights a match.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Sammy is in the darkness.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid returns at the end.

    Point of Departure T by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when "Tell you what, though." is said.

    Point of Departure U by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when "Who the perpetrator of this great villiany be?" is said.

    Police Car Chase by Jack Beaver.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Wilbur Cobb escapes from prison.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the lummox is startled by Ren and Stimpy.

    Polka Mit Pfiff by Elmer Stigman.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Pomp and Ceremony by Frank Damico.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays at the opening of the episode.

    Pomp and Circumstance March by Edward Elgar and Fiachra Trench.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Stimpy announces the guests.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Stimpy begins to make a speech.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Hey It's That Guy makes a speech at the end of the episode.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Jerry gives a toast to Stimpy.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Wilbur Cobb compliments Stimpy's cartoon.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren vows to do a better job as fan club president.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays during the Dr. Stupid segment.
    ▪ World Crisis with Mr. Horse: Plays throughout.

    Pomp and Circumstance No.1 A by Edward Elgar and John Fox.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Pompadour Hop A by Steve Goomas.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when the pizza boy arrives at the cabin.

    Poppin' Around by Bruce Campbell.
    ▪ Chicken in a Drawer commercial: Plays throughout.
    ▪ Flod commercial: Plays throughout.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when a boy excitedly shows Haggis a Ren and Stimpy souvenir.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are putting on an outfit.

    Post Haste by David Snell.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy first leaves on his journey.

    Pounding Heart Beat by John Fox.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is worried about Ren's head being embedded in the ceiling.

    Power Master by Jack Beaver.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when the narrator says, "We'd be up to our necks in Ren!"

    Powercrash by John Fox.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when the boss fires Ren and Stimpy.

    Preussens Gloria by Joseph Kanz and Johann Gottfried Piefke.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Ren imagines Stimpy is the kaiser.

    Proclamation (a) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Ren opens his presents.

    Promenade by Tony Lowry.
    ▪ The Littlest Giant: Title card.

    Promised Land, The by Kay Rudd.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren builds the pyramids.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren runs into Wilbur Cobb.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack describes his vision.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren says they have to get out of Canada.

    Psychogram B by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when "I'm rich!" is said.

    Psychogram E by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Sammy eats Liberoche's head.

    Psychogram F by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are stuffed.

    Pursuit of Evil, The- Bill Connor.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid exits the sewage.

    Queen's Aloha Oe by Kapono Beamer and Queen Lili'uokalani.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Ren goes inside the massive Stimpy.

    Queen's Dispatch, The (d) by Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when everyone rises from the litter safely and the fire chief says Ren and Stimpy are heroes.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren lectures Stimpy on culture, and also when Ren laughs before the plane is shot down.

    Question of Doubt, A by John Devereaux.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Victor's dad demands Ren and Stimpy show him their hands.

    Questions by John Scott.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Ren laughs after plugging in the TV.

    Quick Step by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy is allowed access to the club.

    Quirky Jerky by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren watches Stimpy playing outside.

    Quiz Organ (a) by Curtis Schwartz.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Mr. Horse finishes the test.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Stimpy gets nut shells and pre-chewed gum.

    Quiz Organ (b) by Curtis Schwartz.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Ren gets a rock.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Ren realizes he has no fat.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Stimpy is in the tub with the salve.

    Quiz Organ (c) by Curtis Schwartz.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Mr. Horse answers, "No sir, I didn't like it."
     
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    Radar Room by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis tries to think of a solution after being kicked out of his mansion.

    Raga Bhupali by Clem Alford.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren finds a straw dummy.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren whips himself at the table.

    Rah, Rah, Rah by Dennis Farnon.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid honks his horn.

    Raspberry! (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy is in a "dog" outfit.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester is pelted with a tomato.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy is disappointed that Ren didn't guess correctly.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "Webbed toes!"
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Mr. Horse walks off-camera.

    Ravages of Time (a) by Tony Hymas.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Wilbur Cobb says, "The stupidest creature that ever lived!"

    Reach For the Stars by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy flies off.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM announces himself twice.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man second commercial: Plays when PTM announces himself.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM announces himself, and also when he comes out of retirement.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Charles Globe suggests pectoral implants to Ren.

    Real and Unreal by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when the sun sets on Ren and Stimpy.

    Recorder Lesson, The by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the butler's arm falls off.

    Red Indian Drums by Raymond Cooper and Barry Jerome Morgan.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in a pot, about to be cooked.

    Red, White, and Blue, The by Mayhew Lake.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor's rigorous training program begins.

    Reflections by Stanley Myers.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy runs home with the cheeses.

    Relentless Chase by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when the car blows a tire and everyone jumps out.

    Remember Tommy by Chris Walden.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren says, "Stimpy, quick! Take a picture!"

    Report by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when the headlines announce that Ren and Stimpy are back together on the show.

    Rescue by Cecil Milner.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren snaps and wants to spank Kowalski.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren is shot with eggs.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren shouts, "For the last time, I want you to be QUIET!"
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Ren rescues an old lady trapped under a bus.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy bites Ren's head.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren tears down Stimpy's storyboards.

    Reveille by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren is woken up by the morning trumpet call.

    Revue Fox by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when the final newspaper headline is shown.

    Rich Pasture by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when Galapagos Islands is first shown.

    Ride in the Country, A by John Fox.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "But Ren! Barbequing indoors is terrible bad luck!" and Ren hits him.

    Ridin' High and Handsome by Glen Sutton and Norris Wilson.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when the boat leaves the dock, and later when Ren swims underwater and waits.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren runs off with some eggs, and also plays when the rooster appears again.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Choo Choo's cousin is at the door. It also plays when Choo Choo and his cousin walk into Ren's head.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Stimpy rounds up the galoots.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren eats.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when the cow drinks and its udder gets huge.

    Rock N Roll Bop by Robert Mersey.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays during the kitchen scene.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays twice when the camera pans over the beach scenery, as well as when the bully laughs and leaves.

    Roll Up Waltz by Andrew J.J. Hall.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays during the Louis Lungbubble Show.

    Roman March by Robert Sharples.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Adversity is shown.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Stimpy carries Ren during the hike.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren's angry at the person not playing their paper bill.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Title card, and it also plays during the action movie that Ren stars in.

    Romance at Midnight by Johnny Pearson.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Ben and Stumpy wave from the limo.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when Stimpy waves from the limo.

    Romantic by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays twice when Stimpy thinks Ren is somewhere being sad.

    Romantic Epic by Robert Farnon.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Romantic Evening by Gary Hughes.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when Stimpy starts the furnace fire and burns the ghost.

    Romantic Legend by Eric Swan.
    ▪ Cheese Fist commercial: Plays when the man gets a raise.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Stimpy is surprised to hear that Ren is his friend.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Robin Hoek finds Stimpy in the tower.

    Roses and Moonlight by Alan Moorhouse.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren and Stimpy have quality time, as well as after Ren snaps at Stimpy.

    Rough and Ready by John Fox.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren says, "See here, you little-"
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "He leaves me no choice!"

    Royal Court by Debbie Wiseman.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when the will is read.

    Royal Tableau by Stuart Stirling.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren gets dressed for his lodge meeting.

    Rule Britannia (b) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy tells the jester who he is.

    Rule Britannia (c) by Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ Pixie King: Title card.

    Running Off the Rails by Clive Richardson.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when a buff Ren drags Stimpy to the beach.

    Russian Folk Dance by Gyorgy Behar.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the natives cheer and applaud after Ren vomits.

    Sad Affair, A by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy says, "Oh, Ren, his tuchus!"

    Sad Espressivo by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren laments that they're doomed on the sidewalk.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy lays on the bed and cries.

    Sad News by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy mourns the scooter.

    Sad Occasion 2 by John Fox.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Stimpy asks Ren if he's OK.

    Sailors Hornpipe by Brian Peters.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are gathering wieners on the lake.

    Santa Lucia (a) by Janos Lehar.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when a romantic rooster grabs Ren.

    Satanic by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy walks through the dark forest.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren is wide awake at night.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when Ren and Stimpy venture into a cave.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Ren and Stimpy sit waiting for Anthony's father in the den.

    Saucy by Andy Findon.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays right before Haggis shakes due to his wish being granted.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Stimpy skips into town, throwing leaves.

    Saucy Postcard, The by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays right before Haggis asks the butler what the funniest cartoon on TV is.

    Savage Episode by Len Stevens.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Ren is being beat up.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren punches his head.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy pops a pimple.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when the old lady tells a cop about Stimpy's theft.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren brushes his teeth maniacally.

    Sax of Fun by David Farnon.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Tex acts crazy on the new show.

    Saw Theme by William Trytel.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when the headless Abe Lincoln kicks Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Ren says "It'll help me to RELAX!" while watching TV.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Stimpy morphs into a one-eyed version of himself. Also plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: The ending of the episode.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when the fire chief apologizes because he thought Ren and Stimpy were circus midgets.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren goes to the table.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Ren and Stimpy star in a space program.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the ghost is introduced, as well as when the ghost says "This calls for a direct approach."
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Stimpy says, "Ren! You're back!"
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren shows the policeman his ID.
    ▪ Space Madness: Title card.

    Scared Stiff by John Fox.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays during the Psycho parody.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Stimpy screams, "RALPH!"

    Scared Stiff by Simon Benson and Eugenio Grandi.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Ren is about to eat the cheese.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays right before the bird asks the turtle for change.

    Scenic Action A by John Fox.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Title card for "Untamed World" (not "Lair of the Lummox").

    Scenic Action B by John Fox.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when Ren narrates.

    Scenic Action N by John Fox.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays for the ending of "Untamed World".
    ▪ Untamed World: Title card for "Untamed World" (not "A Cartoon").

    Scenic Journeys by Christopher Palmer.
    ▪ Untamed World short (after "Hermit Ren"): Plays when Stimpy spins the globe.

    Scotland the Brave/The Rowan Tree by Rob Mathieson.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Haggis comments on Ren's sweaty handshake.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren borrows some socks.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis first speaks.

    Scottish Reform / Miss Sally Hunter / Road to the Isles by David Duncan.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the leprechaun says, "And now, for the first test." (plays at the same time as "Bodhran Beat")

    Screw on the Loose by Tony Lowry.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when it's asked if Ren and Stimpy can be let out of the limo.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Stimpy says he's cooked one of Ren's favorites.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when Stimpy's bones are "broken".
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy administers a blood pressure test.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Stimpy has his "appointment".

    Seat of Feelings by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Mrs. Buttloaves says, "It's in here somewhere..." and "Thanks, Mrs. Buttloaves!" is said.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when "But... what about me?" is said, as well as when Ren cries.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren is reluctant to let Stimpy keep Sid.

    Seat of Kings Alt. End by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy gets change out of his nose.

    Secret Hopes A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren begs the spirit of Old Honest Abe for help.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when a shot of the sauna is first shown.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad prays.

    Send Them Victorious (b) by Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Dusty Claus appears.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when the "wedgie pull and ride" event commences.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy says, "It's here!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy says, "Rapture!"
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren announces the back-shaving ceremony.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the fat Ren and skinny Stimpy shot is shown.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy decide to hollow out a pig.

    Serpent's Song A, The by Stephen Wick.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Stimpy is eating Egg Yolkeo.

    Set to Pounce by David Farnon.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when "He lived happily ever after" is said.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren is impatient for his dinner.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when the exterior of Stimpy's lab is shown, as well as when Ren's brain exits the container.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Ren looks around the house nervously.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when The Scotsman goes nuts. (at the same time as "Drug Addiction")
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays towards the end of Stimpy's explanation of Tuesday the 17th.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the camera follows the tube.

    Setting the Trap by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren discovers a print ad on Stimpy's tongue.

    Seven Veils, The by Steve Race.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren walks around the cave looking for food.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Stimpy's tongue feels the road.

    Shamrock Jig by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays during the opening of the episode, as well as when "Whenever you're done..." is said.

    Shark Alert by David Farnon.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Mrs. Buttloaves is introduced.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when a prisoner walks out of hole in the wall.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when "No, just us mad dogs!" is said, and when an ominous shadow of Chuck is shown.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays right before the house explodes.

    She Will Be My Sweetheart by Peter Cork.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    She'll Be Commin' Round the Mountain by Saul Broudy, Zan McLeod, and Stephen Wade.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when the tornado hits.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when the parasite takes out the trash.

    Shock Discord by David Farnon.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren wipes sweat from his forehead.

    Shock Horror (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren is hairless.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when a beaver is shown in the water tank.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when it's revealed that the crowd is watching Ren and Stimpy on TV.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Ren screams after he finds Stimpy has gone into his belly button.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when the tack is stuck in Stimpy's butt.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Stimpy is shown to have no butt after the surgery.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Ren finds lint instead of money.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when "Oh, the humanity!" is said.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Stimpy's chewed-off butt is shown.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy is behind the reward picture.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren screams before we see the dirty living room.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren is revealed to be signing a contract.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren discovers he's out of toilet paper.

    Shock Scenes by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren mows the lawn, as well as when Ren says "Go swimming in the pious pool of sorrow!" and "You mock my words, Mr. Greedy Glutton."

    Shocking by Robert Cornford.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to bury the cheeses.

    Shopping Jaunt by Kenny Graham.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays during the first factory montage.

    Shopping Spree by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when multiple Lincoln heads in a row are tried, and they settle on a dumpster as Lincoln's new head.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Ren commands Stimpy to hurry up production, as well as when Stimpy tries to throw up a hairball after licking Ren's fur off.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy runs off to search for Stinky in the house.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays right before Stimpy puts on the Happy Happy Joy Joy record.

    Shopping Street by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Ren and Stimpy save various animals belonging to the fat lady, including a walrus and elephant.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy runs to the bathroom, beating Ren.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren says Stimpy's living in a dream world if he thinks he can see Wilbur Cobb.

    Short Fanfare by Edward White.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when the caramel corn is revealed.

    Show Fanfare 3 by David Lindup.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Abner's eyes light up.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the shoes are shown.

    Show Fanfare 4 by David Lindup.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "Fly paper!" is said.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when a picture of the chicken is shown.

    Show Fanfare 5 by David Lindup.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays after Stimpy shaves his armpits.

    Showtime (a) by Robert Sharples.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis laughs at his own show.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays right before Ren meditates.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when the dinosaurs are watching TV.

    Showtime (b) by Robert Sharples.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM is the bingo caller at church.

    Showtime Fill (a) by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Stimpy changes the channel to "Stomper Room".

    Showtime Fill (b) by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when the butler says, "Duh... Rodney and Boo-winky?"
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays right before "Year of Famine".

    Showtime Fill (c) by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when the announcer says, "And here's Haggis in this week's episode..."

    Shuffle-Fox by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy is sorting through the groceries.

    Silent Night by Curtis Schwartz.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when the baboon holds up a prop.

    Silent Night by David Snell.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy warms up by the fire.

    Silent Scream (a) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Dr. Brainchild says "Yessssss..."
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis imagines monsters in the well, as well as when he screams shortly after.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren says he can't take it anymore.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren thinks being president is a joke.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when a blind albino cave Hoek debuts.

    Silent Tears by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren pretends to be a forlorn chicken.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Ewalt says, "Abner, is you what I is?"
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren wonders if he was too hard on Stimpy.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is at a bar.

    Sinister by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren's eyes display the static from the TV.

    Sinister Aggression by John Fox.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy is unsuccessful at pulling the cheeses off the ogre's feet.

    Sirens of Andromeda by Dave Rogers and Paul Shaw.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Stimpy suggests he sing Ren a lullaby, as well as when Ren says to his golfing buddies that he hasn't gotten much sleep lately.

    Sixth Sense by David Lindup.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Victor's dad won't let Stimpy have the underwear he promised.

    Skipalong Rag (a) by Clem Clempson.
    ▪ Bass Masters: Plays when Ren says, "Hello folks, here we are again."

    Slapstick Effects 5 by David Bell.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren reads Stimpy's contract.

    Slapstick Effects 9 by David Bell.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren asks if Stimpy will do things for the clown.

    Slapstick Effects 26 by David Bell.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Stimpy goes to the fridge.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays right after we see Ren's bowling shoes.

    Slapstick Effects 27 by David Bell.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when "It's a cat!" is said.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren says, "Hey, wait a minute..."
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy says, "Poor little Sid is cold, Ren!"
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren reads Stimpy's contract and asks, "You want me to sign it?"
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Stimpy eats a disgusting sandwich and Ren gets sick.Slapstick Effects 37 by David Bell.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when "Oh, no, backyard!" is said.

    Slapstick Effects 41 by David Bell.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "Lumpy, lumpy, lumpy!"

    Slapstick Effects 64 by David Bell.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "Or don't you remember?"

    Slapstick Effects 65 by David Bell.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when "Rascal?" is said by the cop.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren is on the phone, looking for scabs.

    Slave Caravan 2 by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren says, "Delinquents! I knew it!"

    Sleazy Sax by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when the camera pans down to Ren and Stimpy on the street, homeless.

    Sleeper Awakens, The by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Stimpy's hungry while waiting for customers.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when Ren tells the audience they must remain quiet.

    Slick in the City by Kenny Graham.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Stimpy finds the baboon in the alley.

    Slinky Clarinet by Nick Cooper.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren looks like he's about to be sick.

    Slip n' Slide by Stephen Bulla.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays in the beginning when Ren comes home from work.

    Slippin' and Slidin' by Mitch Dalton.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Stimpy explains a buffalo's purposes.

    Slow Evolution (a) by Bill Connor.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Stimpy says, "See what, Ren?"

    Slow Sax by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the lummox cows his hair.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the camera pans over the interior of the coffin.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when the "That Night..." card appears.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in the hot tub enjoying the good life.

    Smouldering Fury (a) by Trevor Duncan.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when it changes from day to night to day.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Jasper says you don't wake up from the big sleep.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Ren sits down.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Ren lights a match while inside Stimpy.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy thinks Ren is acting "strangely".
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when the mysterious person goes into the alley.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the ghost enters the bathroom.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren thinks the dummy is talking to him.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren convinces Stimpy that they should flee the camp.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when Stimpy finds a clue during the tracking.
    ▪ Log commercial: Plays when Log From Mars appears.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Pierre says "The timber, she will..."
    ▪ Marooned: Plays during the opening and ending of The Oath segment.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren describes his problems during group therapy.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays during the opening and ending of The Oath segment.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren is thinking pleasant thoughts and floating in the water.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren reads the third fan letter, as well as the opening and ending of The Oath segment.

    Smouldering Fury (b) by Trevor Duncan.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when the nurse criticizes PTM for making Johnny cry.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck chews out Ren for getting soft.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren replies to the third fan letter.

    Smouldering Fury (c) by Trevor Duncan.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when the cop mourns Rascal.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy gets a flat tire.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "He's real, he's real, he's real."

    Snare March (d) by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren describes the plan.

    Sneak Up by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy is first outside the scooter store in the beginning.

    Sneaking Pussy by Ron Ronsted.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren walks to the door after his daydream of being famous.

    Snow Waltz 60, The by John Devereaux.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy licks the frozen pole.

    Soft and Gentle by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the exterior of the Fat & Thin Institute is shown.

    Soft Suspense 1 by Louis Clarke.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy opens the door to find a circus clown.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the boss says it's a secret what's in the drink. Also plays when Ren says Stimpy's covered up, and when "Let me take a look at you" is said.

    Softly She Sleeps by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Ren is in bed, alone.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when night arrives.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Stimpy says that the moon is out.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays during the Treeasic period.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy puts Ren back to bed.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the camera pans over to Bali-Hai Mortuary.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Ren first has tooth pain.

    Solemn Truth by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM says "It's almost time for little Johnny's nap!"

    Solo Alto Sax by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are first in their pixie outfits.

    Solo Effects 13 by David Bell.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when "Hey, galoots!" is said, and also plays when Ren cheats by loading the pants with rocks.

    Solo Effects 24 by David Bell.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Ren cheats by loading the pants with rocks.

    Solo Effects 28 by David Bell.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy reads about webbed toes.

    Solo Effects 40 by David Bell.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy is in the dressing room.

    Song of the Imperial Throne by Yew Phoon.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when the butler approaches Ren and Stimpy.

    Soothing Words by Otto Sieben.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren sulks off the stage.

    Sounds of Time, The by Marc Lanjean.
    ▪ Sven Hoek (Games version): Plays during the opening scene (with "Traps").

    Sousarama by Edrich Siebert.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when "We're going to jail!" is said.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck says "Let's play a game!"

    South Sea Island Lullaby by George Elliott.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when night falls.

    South Side Shuffle by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Sven takes out his brain.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Stimpy barfing on Ren causes Anthony's dad to laugh.

    Southern Bottleneck by Rick Fenn.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Sovereign's March, The by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren is winged, and also when he begins his speech as king.

    Spaghetti Western by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Albert chews out Ren.

    Sphere Crystals by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when the man in the garbage can asks Stimpy and Ren to take a photo of the man in the penthouse.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy says he's been eating peanut brittle.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren is wide awake on the long couch, as well as when he thinks he says Stimpy's an idiot.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren writes a letter to Stimpy.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Stimpy says, "Excuse me, reverend...", and also when Jack is nuts, right after the cop bursts in.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy laughs diabolically after receiving his package.

    Spindlelegs by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Old Man Hunger gnaws at Ren and Stimpy's bellies.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Choo Choo goes to visit his cousin.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy's happy to have two Rens, and also when Evil Ren throws the TV.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the worm visits Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when Stimpy writes the Gritty Kitty Litter poem.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Stimpy suggests Ren be the president of his fan club.
    ▪ Sugar Frosted Milk commercial: Plays throughout.

    Spiralling Up by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren grabs Stimpy and runs off.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM returns to Ren and Stimpy.

    Spirit of Enterprise by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays during the riding woodchucks scene, as well as when the loser and winner get the same reward.

    Spitfires by Anthony Wakefield.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Spot 3 by Trevor Bastow.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays right before "She Will Be My Sweetheart".
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack says, "Now, back before time began..."
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when the Five Stages of Acceptance card appears.

    Spring in Your Step, A by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy runs to the kitchen.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren and Stimpy go on a picnic.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren and Stimpy head for the plane.

    Springtime by Fiachra Trench.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays in the morning.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays at the beginning of the Acceptance stage.

    Springtime Dance (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the leprechaun appears.

    Springtime For Lovers by Len Stevens.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Stimpy describes selling cookies.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Stimpy visits Ren in the mental hospital.

    Squadron Airborne by Bruce Campbell.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when the dog says "So that future generations will live in freedom!" and when he says he's proud of Ren and Stimpy for accepting the mission.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Title card.

    St. Moritz Sleigh Bells by Woolf Phillips.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are sent out for a walk, and also the ending of the episode.

    Stack of Leis by Kapono Beamer.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren is in the whale stomach.

    Standing at the Judgement by John Cephas.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren says, "Stimpy, I'm bloated."

    Star Parade by Tony Kinsey.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Ren and Stimpy look at all the items in the cabin.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Stimpy advertises a shaving cream on TV.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren and Stimpy jump into their fan mail.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Stimpy describes the Titan 4000 to Ren.

    Star Prizes (a) by Tony Kinsey.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays at the beginning of the episode, as well as in Ren's daydream and when Ren and Stimpy are put in jail.

    Star Spangled Banner (a) by Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when the crowd chants "We're number one!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays as the ending of Stimpy's cartoon.

    Star Warriors by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "Don't play stupid with me!", as well as when he says "I'm the stupid one now!" and "Being stupid and bloated and..."

    State Occasion (b) by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the plane takes off, as well as when the tour guide says, "The one and only... Ol' Facefull!"

    State of Emergency by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Ren says, "Time is money!"
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Kowalski is crushing various objects.

    State of War by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren grounds Stimpy.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Ren is burned on a stick.

    Static Link (a) by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren says, "Poor Stimpy..."
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy calls for Evil Ren.

    Static Link (c) by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is shown to be fired and stabbed in the back.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy holds up a crowbar.

    Static Link (d) by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays right after Ren barricades the door.

    Static Link (f) by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when everyone talks about Ren after he leaves the therapy session, as well as at the end when a close-up of Ren's face is shown.

    Static Link (h) by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren thinks before going into work.

    Static Link (k) by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Hey It's That Guy's conjoined fetus twin is shown.

    Static Link (l) by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the narrator says, "So they happily make the trade."
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy takes out the items from the Sammy Mantis kit.

    Static Link (m) by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the camera zooms in on the carcass.

    Static Time by John Scott.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when an imprint of Ren and Stimpy on the bus is shown.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren and Stimpy wait for a customer in the desert.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren says, "Someone has breached by security system..."
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren stands in one place all night to combat bad luck.

    Stealth By Night by Jack Coles.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren laughs about caramel corn being in the president's head, as well as when Sergeant Big Butt threatens to kill them.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Wilbur Cobb gets in the boat.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when the elk turns around.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when the man's head comes out of the limo.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren wonders what's happening to himself.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Mr. Pipe examines the water.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Stimpy is worried about tree lobsters.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy says, "I'm back, and he doesn't suspect a thing!"
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Wilbur Cobb tells Ren and Stimpy to stop screwing around.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Evil Ren laughs after throwing the TV.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Mr. Pipe tells story about a phantom.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren hushes Stimpy, who revealed that they still wet the bed. Also plays when Ren is waiting in the closet.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when Tex shushes Ren.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when the yak tip-toes in the background.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren runs into the yard and gets mauled by the baboon, as well as when Stimpy's skin crawls through the yard.

    Stirring Drums of the Highlands by John Fox.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when "You've got yourself a deal!" is said, as well as when a tall pile of stuff is shown.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when everyone is tied up.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is kicked out of the cave.

    Stop Gap by Robert Sharples.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays during Stimpy's Gritty Kitty Litter commercial.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when Ren's dental hygiene is displayed.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Mr. Horse thinks of a response to the reporter asking how he felt about the fall.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Charles Globe says, "Work out?!" and laughs.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays during the "What Will We Do 'Til Then" segment.

    Storm at Sea (a) by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Ren abandons Stimpy in the cheese mines.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "That ain't no friend!" is said.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays during Stimpy's dream when Stimpy says that Ren is scaring the children.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren gives Stimpy a stern look at the beginning of the meeting.

    Stormy Passage by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy goes crazy at the end of the montage.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays twice when the establishing shot of Stimpy's lab is shown.

    Straight 8 by Dennis Berry and Stuart Crombie.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren sticks his head out the limo window.

    Strange Feelings A by Gregor F. Narholz
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays numerous times in the episode, including when Stimpy accidentally breaks off the limb of a stuffed dog.

    Streckfus Stomp by Henry Davies.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Chuck and Ren paint the town yellow.

    Streets of Rome, The by Dick Walter.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays during the cooking show.

    String Sustain by David Farnon.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says, "...in a conga line of chaos and disaster!"

    Strings and Harp by David Farnon.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren and Stimpy approach Mr. Noggin's door.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren approaches an asleep Sid.

    Sudden Aggression by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Powdered Toast Man doesn't want to burp.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack says, "Well, what are you standing around for?", as well as when Stimpy says Jack's butt worries are over.

    Sudden End by Hans Conzelmann, Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy is still underneath the bridge after his dream.

    Sugar Beat by Sid Phillips.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren says, "Come along, Stimpson, we have a date with a wiener."

    Summer Dreams (a) by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to go and play with his friends.

    Summer Outing by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Johnny tells PTM he wants to see the president before his nap, as well as when PTM says he kept his promise.

    Sunday Service (b) by Peter Lea-Cox.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when a priest weds Evil Ren and Hideously Evil Ren.

    Super Brass Fanfares 4 by John Fox.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when a lobster-fied Ren chops off Stimpy's nose with his claw.

    Surfin' Fun by Grahame Maclean and Barry Ryder.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when a party organizes around the belly button.

    Suspended Time by Bill Connor.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the ogre is asleep.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy comments on Ren's birthmark. (plays at the same time as "Oddball")

    Suspense Musical Saw by Johnny Hawksworth.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when the baby birds are freaked out over Ren scaring them.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when the camera pans over the planet, as well as later when Ren and Stimpy are asleep.

    Suspire by Zsofia Taller.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren says, "At last, we are at the present. My glory days."

    Sweet Air A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Ren says, "I've seen a part of myself no man should ever see."

    Sweet and Simple by Steve Race.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Ren is inside the stomach with a family.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays as the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Sweet Annabelle by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays during Ren's daydream.

    Swinging Parade, The by Alan Moorhouse.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Title card.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Stimpy vigorously does push-ups.

    Sword of Damocles, The by Jack Beaver.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays during the scene where Ren and Stimpy are working in a factory.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren exclaims that Stimpy overdosed on TV.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy rides the scooter back to Ren.

    Take a Bow 2 by David Lindup.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when the Ben and Stumpy show ends.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when the pill becomes a bed.

    Take By Storm by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy rescues the chicken from the grinder.

    Taking Up Positions Submix by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when "I will save him!" is said.

    Tales of Mystery by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "Hmm, well... I don't know" is said, as well as when Hey It's That Guy whispers.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis gets a prize at breakfast.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when "I'll let you in on a little secret" is said.

    Talking Drums by Guy Warren.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when Ren says, "On and on we trek..."

    Tango D'Amore A by Henryk Kuzniak.
    ▪ City Hicks: Title card.

    Taps by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren rips off his hermit beard.

    Tarantula by Simon Benson.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when the cook says, "And as for you, my little prairie oyster..."

    Taut Walk by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren gets an idea after looking up President Lincoln's nose.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Bubba looks around nervously.

    Tea Dance by Alfred Ralston.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Mr. Pipe plays upsidaisy with Ren.

    Tea With Alice by Hans-Martin Majewski.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays during the Denial stage of acceptance.

    Tearful Reunion by Stephen Bulla.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when a girl says "I'm your biggest fan!" to Ren.

    Tell Me the Old Story by Barrie Hingley.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the tour guide talks about eruptions.

    Temple Dance by George Fenton and John Leach.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren meditates.

    Tender Affair by John Fox.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when the cop says "Wasn't he a handsome devil."
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy calls for Stinky while standing outside the house.

    Tender Dreams A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Stimpy doesn't want to give up his galoot.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy proclaims his love for the chicken.

    Tender Dreams D by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Stimpy surmises that Ren wants his help to get to sleep.

    Tender Dreams E by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Stimpy brands the galoot's back.
    Tender Dreams F by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when little Johnny says, "But he says he's too busy!"
    Terror by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Stimpy pulls the lever.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the ghost repeatedly punches himself after his plan fails.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Ren screams while wearing the virtual reality TV helmet.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when Stimpy jumps on the couch.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays right before Stimpy says, "Ren! I'm missing my encrusted diamond ivory shoehorn!"

    Terror By Night by Hubert Clifford.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Ren decides to tickle Stimpy's mouth.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says "Egg salad sandwich?!"
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren hits Kowalski with a spoon.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy describes the symptoms of what Ren's feeling.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren screams after the sarge rises from the mud.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when "We want a transfer!" is said.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays right before Victor says, "Why of course!", as well as when Victor's dad pulls his underwear out of his pants.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren is about to hit Stimpy.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays as the opening of the episode, as well as when Stimpy says "Mousy!"
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when the dog says he and the other men must bear the shame of having to remain with the women.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren gets a red face and walks away from Stimpy, angry.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Stimpy's glad that Ren "likes" his glue boots.

    That Crazy Rag by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when Stimpy dries himself off with the ghost.

    Thats That by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Stimpy catches the book after Ren runs into the outhouse.

    Thelonius by John Horler.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy shouts "REN!"

    They're Playing Our Tune by Dennis Farnon.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when the Ren dinosaur is revealed to be tiny.

    Thirties Rose by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Stimpy and his friends are watching TV in the tree.

    This Way Out by Robert Sharples.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Stimpy sits on the tack.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren daydreams and says that he's happy for the first time ever.

    This Will Be Our Day by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren prays.

    Those Shiny Shoes by Ronnie Hazlehurst.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy tries to hit the cat pinata.

    Timpani-Military (a) by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays right before Stimpy and chicken return from their honeymoon.

    Timpani Roll by Sammy Burdson.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when the chicken says, "Why you little..." and when Ren says, "You! Why I oughta..."

    Timpani Roll (c) by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when the news anchor says, "All wiener stock is now null and void."

    Timpani Roll (e) by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Wilbur Cobb says, "Go back and tend your garden."
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy gears up the first time to say "Where's my dinner?"

    Timpani Roll (l) by Gary Kettel.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays at the very beginning, right before Ren shouts, "LOVE ME!"

    Timpattern by Sammy Burdson.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren goes to stake the flag.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy crawls around the corner.

    Tiptoe Through the Tubas by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when "It's already predigested!" is said.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Stimpy laughs while watching TV.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren finishes the story and runs into the outhouse.

    To Death or Glory by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Pierre says the tree is a dangerous and crafty devil, as well as when he says "...charge if spooked!"
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Ren imagines he's in a war.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Robin Hoek tries to cross the moat, as well as when he gets out of the water.

    Tom Fool by Van Phillips.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Title card, and also plays when Jerry is introduced.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Ren pulls Stimpy's head.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy carries Ren to the bathroom.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays during the Gritty Kitty Litter commercial, as well as when Stimpy says to look for him on the label.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when it's suggested to play circus. Also plays during the Gritty Kitty Litter commercial.

    Tomorrow the World by Cedric King-Palmer.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Stimpy wields the beaver drill.

    Tonight in Person by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays in the beginning when the camera pans over the Hollywood lot.

    Too Much Whisky by Keith Nichols.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when the cockroaches are in the fridge.

    Too Tired A by Hans Ehrlinger.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Stimpy has a twig up his nose.

    Topeka Trail by John Hawkins.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when the narrator says "These are the trophies of a lifetime..."
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Ren says "Let's head 'em up and move 'em out!"

    Torment by Buddy Baker.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren says, "I'm still waiting for you to finish my chicken dinner!"

    Torn Apart by Mike Sunderland.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren cries after Stimpy gives too much attention to the chicken.

    Tourmaline by Therese Brenet.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Toyland by Paddy Kingsland.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays right after "Tuba Walk".
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid goes into the bathroom.

    Toytown Soldiers by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Hey It's That Guy takes out binoculars.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy pulls out the chicken from the grocery bag.

    Trafficscape by Eric Winstone.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when the dog catcher takes Ren and Stimpy to the pound.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren is trying to sell the cookies to the man in the limo, as well as when the man in the limo leaves.

    Transition-Romantic to Light-hearted by Alan Braden.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Stimpy reveals that Ren just ate Gritty Kitty Litter.

    Traps by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says, "But... you are incomplete."
    ▪ Sven Hoek (Games version): Plays during the opening scene (instead of "Funeral March of a Marionette" from the Spumco version).

    Travellin' On (b) by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when "Now, don't steal all my retirement fund!" is said.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when "A million bucks?!" is said.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when "Dissection!" is said.

    Tribute to the King by Gregor F. Narholz
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when a full shot of adult Stimpy is shown.

    Triumph and Liberty by Gerhard Trede.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when they strike dirt.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren and Stimpy get out their translators.

    Trombone Link (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when the whale vomits on Ren and Stimpy.

    Trombone Slides by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when a bunch of dirty diapers are shown.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren throws the accordion at Stimpy.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Indifferent Ren is introduced, as well as when Evil Ren and Hideously Evil Ren hook up.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Stimpy eats the birthday cake.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren faints.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy hits his head on the piano bench.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Sven's luggage is shown.

    Trouble Spot by Van Phillips.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren says, "You've had this coming for four years!", as well as when the exterior of the castle is shown.

    Trumpet Call 1 by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren and Stimpy earn merit badges.

    Trumpet Link (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren says, "Take that phony circus act outside!"

    Trumpet Link (b) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the butler's back hair slides off Haggis's head.

    Trumpet Talk by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Cheese Fist commercial: Plays when the man doesn't know what else to feed the guests.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when the president exclaims he's caught in his own zipper.

    Tuba Walk by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy says, "Hmm..."

    Tupelo Shuffle by Paul Lenart and Robert Duke Levine.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack plays the guitar.

    Turbulent Times by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester says, "Indeed, thou dost possess a great wealth of ignorance!"

    Turkey in the Straw by Stephen Wade.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren has to get some eggs.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when the feud is over.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when "Let's wrassle!" is said.

    Turkey Trot by John Longmire.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Stimpy coughs up a hairball.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy announces he's pushing food into his head, when "Let's wrassle!" is said, and also the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Marooned: Cold opening.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Stimpy starts playing golf, as well as when he says "Well, Ren, what did I tell you?"
    ▪ Space Madness: Cold opening.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays during the cereal commercial.
    ▪ Stimpy's Craft-Works Corner short: Plays throughout.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren reads the fourth fan letter.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays during the opening of the episode, and also at the end when the old show resumes.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Stimpy agrees to buy a Titan 4000.

    Twang Bar Blues 1 by Steve Byrd.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Stimpy is driving around the house.

    Twang That Thang! by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when truck drivers beat up Ren and Stimpy.

    Twelve Days of Christmas by Curtis Frederick Schwartz.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when the elk flies away.

    Twelve Days of Christmas 59, The by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy decorates the house.

    Twin Sisters by Gil Carter and Stephen Wade.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are introduced in the old west story.

    Two Old Timers by A Gunn.
    ▪ Chicken in a Drawer commercial: Plays at the beginning.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Ren enters the hen house.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when the parasite says "Well, I hear thunder but there ain't a cloud in the sky!"

    Uber Den Wellen by Juventino Rosas.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when the tongue lock move is performed.

    Umfoloz by Claude Larson.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren performs the ceremonial bungee piercing.

    Undecided D by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Stimpy brands the galoot's back.

    Undecided E by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Mr. Noggin gives Ren and Stimpy breath mints.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren's tongue swells up.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when we see the shot of Stimpy with all the stuff blocking his mouth and nose.

    Unease by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren wakes up during surgery and is knocked out.

    Uneasy Atmosphere (a) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren says, "Oh no, it's not we, it's you!", as well as when "There's only one place for YOUR kind!" is said.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Abner realizes it's a hoax.

    Uneasy Truce by Van Phillips.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when the exterior of the hospital is shown.

    Unsolved Mysteries by Graham Preskett.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when all the coats in the closet are shown.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy opens Husk and laughs.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Ren looks sick towards the end of the episode.
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren says he's going to kill himself, as well as later when Ren begins to rant to the other patients and when he confronts the Fire Chief about his problem.

    Uppers and Downers (1) by Kenny Graham.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren screams at the baby birds.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren rips Stimpy's skin off.

    Uppers and Downers (2) by Kenny Graham.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are beaten up by Haggis's thugs.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when one of the bats says, "Man, that coffee works.", and plays when one of the bats says, "What do you think you’re doing?! I’m a man, not a cow!”
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Stimpy drags Ren.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen, The: Plays when the Kodiak Marmoset is revealed.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony pushes Victor, and when Victor beats up Anthony.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays at the shot of Stimpy's bare body.
     
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    V For Victory by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are about to venture into the past.

    Valse Aux Champs-Elysees by Daniel Janin.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis eats the bird seed, as well as when he's beat up for doing so.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when "I want you to digest every page!" is said.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Valse Diable by Alec Gould.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when various lab vials are shown.

    Valse Moderne by George Fenton and John Leach.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are rummaging through the trash can, as well as when they jump out of it.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Ren walks around his empty trailer.
    ▪ Dog Water commercial: Plays when the couple drinks Dog Water.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Ren applies paint to both he and Stimpy.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Pierre crumples up the bill, as well as when it's revealed that Pierre is in the lobster suit.
    ▪ Yak Shaving Day commercial: Plays at the beginning and end.

    Variete 1 by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Billy the Beef Tallow Boy commercial: Plays when Billy comes to life.

    Variete 2 by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy says Ren has head parasites.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy reveals the formula to Ren.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when "We're saved!" is said.

    Veiled Threat (a) by David Lindup.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Ren introduces he and Stimpy to the fire chief, and when the two are hired.

    Very End by Sam Fonteyn.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when "Ta da!" is said.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the butler's back is clean.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when the mysterious person is revealed to be Whacky.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM takes off from Ren and Stimpy's breakfast table the first time.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM wins the battle.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy says, "Joy!"
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Ren celebrates he and Stimpy's eventual demise.

    Very Happily Drunk by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis is defeated by the first test.

    Vibe Link (a) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren descends to Earth.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when a tunnel into the Earth is shown.

    Victoriana by John Leach.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy is acting like an idiot and Ren calls him names.

    Village Morning by Lou Mofsie.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Indians are shown.

    Violin Effects by David Farnon.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren looks at the camera, annoyed.

    Violin Lesson, The by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when grandpa is shown.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays as the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Mr. Horse exits the airplane bathroom.

    Violin Link, The (c) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren is in front of the crowd.

    Viva Mexico by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when Stimpy scratches his butt.

    Volga Ice A by Igor Tuhmanov.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when one of the clowns asks if Ren and Stimpy are laughing at him.

    Voodoo Victim by Gilbert Vinter.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in the cab.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when someone buys the Haggis doll.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when an oasis is shown.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren says he'll gouge out Stimpy's and Sven's eyes.

    Wah Wah (b) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ House of Next Tueday: Plays after lobster Ren cuts off Stimpy's nose.

    Waiting Silence, The by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Cheese Fist Commercial: Plays when the kid looks around nervously.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are crawling through the desert.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when the exterior of the cave is shown, right before Ren has his hallucinations.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when a bed pill is shown.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren says, "You set me up, and he knocks me down."
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren, Stimpy, and the yaks are going through the desert.

    Walking Bass by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays in the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren tries to squeeze milk out of a bat.

    Waltz Combo by Hans Conzelmann and Delle Haensch.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when the parasite eats the slug that Ren stuck in his ear.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren, Stimpy, and Pierre are in the hot tub.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when the exterior of PTM's fortress of solitude is shown.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are at the dinner table.

    Waltz of the Flowers by Ron Ronsted and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Ren goes to sleep on the couch.
    ▪ Log For Girls commercial: Plays when "I'll comb her hair!" "And I'll do her make-up!" is said.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Ren falls asleep as Stimpy reads.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when baby Stimpys hatch from their eggs.

    Waltzing in Dreamland by Alan Moorhouse.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when "I Love Stimpy" appears on TV.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when Stimpy says good night to Ren and he just grumbles in reply.

    War Games-Build Up by Wilfred Burns.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren steps over the Don't Whiz on the Electric Fence game and questions them about it.

    War Lords by Robert Cornford.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when "What is it, cap'n?" is said.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren first says "Captain's log...", as well as when Stimpy says "Aye aye, captain."

    War Statement 2 by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when "We mustn't let our emotions overwhelm us." is said.

    War Statement 8 by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays right before "Springtime For Lovers".

    War Statement 10 by Laurie Johnson.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when "All right Stimpy, FIRE!" is said.

    Wargames by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when "All right, this is your last chance!" and "FIRE!" are shouted.

    Wargames Link (a) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are revealed to be on the same body.

    Wargames Link (c) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren shouts, "Snap out of it!"
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when Ren says, "Forget about that!"
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren says, "All right Stimpy, YOU find us a job!"

    Wargames Linking Section (a) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren wipes sweat from his forehead.

    Wargames Linking Section (b) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when #12 is taken to rocket and explodes.

    Wargames Linking Section (c) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren and Stimpy ride the lift.

    Wargames Linking Section (d) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when mice are put on the rocket.

    Wargames Linking Section (f) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays in the airplane.

    Wargames Linking Section (h) by Keith Mansfield.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays right after "Powercrash".
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack says, "That's not how you do it!"

    Washington Post by Len Ranle and John Philip Sousa.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Way West, The by Jack Dorsey.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Title card.

    We Three Kings by Simon Benson.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    We Wish You a Merry Christmas (b) by Simon Benson.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when the West Pole is seen.

    Weapons of War by Richard Hill.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when "He will defend his tree to the death." is said.

    Weapons of War Link 1 by Richard Hill.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis says that Ren and Stimpy will rue the day they crossed him.

    Wedding Procession by Leslie Pearson and Felix Mendelssohn.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Stimpy throws rice after the wedding.

    Weeping Heart by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Abner cries.

    Western Front, The by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Stimpy asks Ren if he can have a wish.

    Western Railways by Roy Henley.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Title card.

    Western Square Dance A by John Fox.
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when the galoots are judged.

    Western Sunsets by Richard Gilks.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays as the song that plays over Jack's loudspeaker, and also when the meat wagon stops.

    What a Goof! (c) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Stimpy meekly says, "Where's my dinner?"

    What a Goof! (d) by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the boss says, "No, you did."

    When Johnny Comes Marching Home by Graham De Wilde.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when a crippled Mr. Horse is crawling on the street.

    When the Saints Go Marching In by William Gilbert Carter, Henry Stinson, Don Rouse, Richard Sackett, David Robinson, and Wesley Butts.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy get new outfits.

    When Time Runs Out by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren is wide awake at night.

    When You Remember Vienna by John Godrey and Jimmy Stewart.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays during the opening of the episode, as well as when Stimpy says he finished Ren's cheerleading outfit.

    Where Danger Lurks by Ronald Hanmer.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren says, "What's happening to me?"
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are crawling in the shadows.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Stimpy watches TV and cries.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are on the operating table.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren and Stimpy begin the dissection.

    Whistling Hours by John Godfrey and Jimmy Stewart.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when the bus goes to purgatory.

    Whodunnit? by Steve Race.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Ren is about to plug in the TV, as well as when Ren barricades the door.

    Whose That? by Dick Walter.
    ▪ Cheese Fist commercial: Plays when the man says his boss is at the party.

    Willie's Gone to Melville Castle by Bobby Forsyth.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis has breakfast.

    Willy Nilly by Cyril Watters.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays during the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Mr. Pipe goes to the faucet for water, and also when he drinks the tainted water.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Ren is in the litter box.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren, disguised as Stimpy, answers the door.

    Winter Sleigh Ride by Simon Benson.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy looks outside.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when the climate control feature is shown, specifically the cold room.

    Winter's Flight (a) by Richard Harvey.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Title card.

    Wishful Thinking by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren is ready to go to bed.

    Wistful Lover by Ron Ronsted.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Ren says, "Actually, that cat is Stimpy."
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when "Well there's no place for actors in television!" is said.

    With Tension 1 by John Cameron:
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when the slow motion replay of the fly being eaten is shown.

    Without Walls A by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when "The fatherload!" is said, as well as when Stimpy realizes he's sitting on a fortune.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Ren prays.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays right before "Ride of the Valkyries".
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the ghost is brought back to life.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM picks up The Pope.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM says, "I'll save you, little Johnny! Leave everything to me!"
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren says grace.

    Without Walls B by Mladen Franko.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy gives Ren his gavel.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren floats upwards, and also when Ren gets off the bus.

    Woe is Me! by Richard Myhill.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Nosey says, "Please take me back!"
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy is sad.

    Wonders of Space by Dave Rogers and Paul Shaw.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren and Stimpy first make it into outer space.

    Woodland Scene by John Fox.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy tries to convince Evil Ren not to go any farther with his plan.

    Woodwind Neutral (1 to 3) by Raymond Jones.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren imagines the bats as cow udders. Also plays when Ren imagines again.

    Work of the Weavers, The by Bruce Davies, Bill Mc Arthur, and Wendy Weatherby.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Title card.

    Workaday World by Jack Beaver.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren says "Oh boy, oh boy, I'm gonna be rich!"
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays during the Yogi Bear parody.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays during the scene where Stimpy chases Ren through the house.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are being buffed.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy describes breakfast.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis runs off-screen and says "They'll be sorry!"
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Stimpy joins Ren in the coffin.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Stimpy tells Ren about the tooth beaver.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when the overhead shot of the RV hitting all the mailboxes is seen.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy is opening his presents.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays when Stimpy has make-up applied to his face.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Stimpy and Sven are searching through the board games, as well as setting up Don't Whiz on the Electric Fence.

    Yankee Doodle by Jerry Burnham and Gil Carter.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays as the end of the episode.

    Year of Famine by Gregor F. Narholz.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack is lowered from the ceiling.

    Yodel's Fun by Victor Cavini.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when the construction worker puts a jackhammer to Ren's head.

    Young Ballerina by David Farnon.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Stimpy makes Ren some hot water.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren is having breakfast.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren offers $5 to anyone who can knock him out.

    Zirkon Fanfare by Steve Gray.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when it's revealed that what Ren's drinking is Stimpy's fat.

    APM Removed Music


    (These songs used to be on the APM website but were removed at some point)

    Appassionata - Daryl Runswick
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show - Plays when Ren laments that he has no talent.

    Cafe De Montmartre - Brian Peters.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days - Plays when the savage French chefs first appear.

    Dance Polka by Hans Haider.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Title card.

    Ganges by Manuel Landy.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is seeing things in the cave (starts after "The Waiting Silence" plays, and at the same time as the untitled Chris Reccardi track)

    Greek Dance by Roy Henley.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Title card.

    Happy Clog Dance by Hans Haider.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Choo Choo answers the phone.

    Hawaii in Beat by Peter Poll.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the fly family comes home from their vacation, and also for the ending.

    Honolulu March by George Kulokahai. (NOTE: It can now be purchased on iTunes)
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Stimpy runs up with "food", as well as when "Why, it's dinner!" is said.

    Impressions of India II by Victor Cavini.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when a close-up of the mints is shown.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when a huge mole is shown on Ren's face.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when a close-up of Ren's disgusting sandwich is shown.

    Impressions of India VI by Victor Cavini.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when the clam begs for bus fare.

    Joyful and Triumphant by Alan Moorhouse.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    National Anthem of Switzerland (Swiss Psalm) - Alberich Zwyssig.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren answers the door.

    National Anthem of USSR by Arnold Rezler and Alesandrow.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren watches late night TV.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren talks about respect.

    Song and Dance From Israel by Victor Cavini.
    ▪ Untamed World short (after Hermit Ren): Plays when the two old ladies are introduced.

    Une Nuit Au Cabaret by Victor Cavini.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Title card.

    Weitest Land by Gerhard Trede. (the version on the APM site is different)
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Title card.

    When Irish Eyes Are Smiling/Mother Macree by John Godfrey and Jimmy Stewart.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays as the end of the episode.
     
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    Act One by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ Billy the Beef Tallow Boy Commercial: Plays when Billy says, "Well I see my work here is done!"
    ▪ Cheese Fist Commercial: Plays when "Let your guests bite down on this!" is said, as well as when the bullies eat Cheese Fist.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are getting their hair washed by the goons.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Stimpy's bandages are taken off.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are walking to their first house.

    Big City Suite by Philip Green.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM is in the office at the beginning, and also two times when he gets distress calls.

    Bluesy by Philip Green.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are hitchhiking again towards the end of the episode.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man second commercial: Plays at the start of the commercial with the two bored kids.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Ren enters the kitchen, sad.

    Blush Rose (8-PG-270) by Philip Green. (also one of the theme songs for "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet")
    ▪ Fake Dad: Title card.

    Bright Lights by Philip Green.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Title card.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Sid's babies are revealed.

    Dramatic Mechanical Main Theme by Philip Green.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis is about to jump off the bridge but wind blows a newspaper in his face.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy is confronted by a grizzly bear.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are struck by lightning.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren says, “I knew it! Cat dirt everywhere!”
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad comes outside.

    Eerie Dramatic (L-657) by Spencer Moore.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Ren sneaks through the penthouse.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Ren's brain first comes alive.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren describes what he's going to do Stimpy and Sven.

    Eerie Emotional by Philip Green.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Mr. Noggin laments, "You don't understand! No one understands!"
    ▪ Untamed World short after Hermit Ren: Plays when the wily tree geezer imagines Stimpy's head as gelatin.

    Eerie Heavy Echo (L-1214) by Spencer Moore.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when the walrus says to call the police.

    Fashion Bridge by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Stimpy licks Ren's back.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren applies what he thinks is make-up but it's actually Hey It's That Guy.

    Fire (JB-28) by William Loose, Jack Cookerly.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren sticks dynamite in his ear.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis sees Ren and Stimpy everywhere, such as on theaters and in the clouds.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when Stimpy shakes in fear.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when the nurse says, "Why, you're nothing but a failure!"
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Mr. Horse keeps flinching while trying to avoid looking at the rubber nipple.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Ren chokes on Wilbur Cobb's dentures.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren surveys the damage Stimpy and Sven have done while he was at work.

    Light Agitato by Philip Green.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when the Pope is held hostage.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren and Stimpy begin their journey.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Stimpy is in the photography room.

    Light Eerie by George Hormel.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Ren grinds his teeth in his sleep.

    Light Movement by George Hormel.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when the second Lincoln head is made by Stimpy.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when Powdered Toast Man rescues The Pope.

    Mambo by Philip Green:
    ▪ No Pants Today: Title card.

    Mechanical Industrial Underscore by William Loose.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Stimpy is choking.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor says, "Get up on that couch!"
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when the home audience watching R&S freaks out and explodes.

    Moon Journey-The Launch by Frank Talley.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when the bus slams on the brakes.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen, The: Plays when the ground rumbles.

    Moon Journey-The Long Wait by Frank Talley.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays during Stimpy's rant.

    Stealthy by William Loose.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Stimpy asks Ren if he's been talking to strange garbage cans.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Mr. Pipe talks to the cop.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM is ready to free the president from his zipper.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays numerous times in the episode.

    Sublime Ghost by William Loose and John Seely.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis imagines Ren and Stimpy as clouds.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the ghost wonders where Ren and Stimpy are.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when Waffle Woman says that PTM has won this time but she'll be back.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy says, "Careful, Ren!"
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when morning arrives.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Stimpy says, "The cartoon's finished, Ren. Would you like to see it?"

    Super-Mart by William E. McRae.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are first in the limo after being rescued from the pound.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the lummox hugs Ren and Stimpy after Stimpy eats the bucket of lard.

    Turn the Screw by Paul Gerard.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Muddy's wife eats the bellybutton.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Victor finds Stimpy in the tree hole.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Stimpy sneaks into Ren's beauty room.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Victor first appears.

    Weird Eerie by George Hormel.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren looks around at the freaks, and when he starts lamenting.

    Classical music


    (many songs can be fully previewed for free on APM's website; others can be previewed on m-u-s-i-c.org . )

    Alla Hornpipe (from Water Music) by George Frideric Handel; arranged in the OGM library by Lee Ashley.
    ▪ Dog Water commercial: Plays when Dog Water is introduced.

    Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when the sun gleams off Stimpy's butt.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when the shadowy figure is revealed to be Haggis.

    Anitra's Dance (from Peer Gynt suites) by Edvard Grieg.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays as the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when a diagram of a lummox is shown.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays during the space cabbage scene.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Ren pulls out his nerve endings.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren says, "This old gag never fails!"

    Annen Polka Op. 117 by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays at the start of Ren's second show attempt, with the baboon.

    Anvil Chorus, The by Giuseppe Verdi; arranged in the OGM library by Lee Ashley.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when Ren pushes his butt against the newspaper.

    Asrael 2) Andante by Josef Suk and George Wilson.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Stimpy says they should seek shelter.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when the cop finds a rope.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when the obituaries are shown.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when the boss looks at Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when "Hmm, we have to find a way around that moat." is said.

    Asrael 3) Vivace by Josef Suk and George Wilson.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Aus Italien (aka "Funiculì, Funicula") by Richard Strauss.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Title card.

    Badinerie by Johann Sebastian Bach.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Stimpy says, "Robin Hoek and his men were robbers."

    Ballad in F-Minor Op. 52 by Frederic Chopin.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Ballet Music (from Faust) by Charles Gounod.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM shoots down the plane.

    Barber of Seville, The by Gioacchino Rossini.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren gets stuck in Abe's nose.
    ▪ Ask Dr. Stupid segment: Plays throughout.
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Ren says "Pull yourself together, misters!"
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Stimpy licks Bubba's arm.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren goes to shave.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the lummox picks his nose and scratches his butt.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays at the start of the scene where everyone searches for dirt.

    Basso Ostinato Op.5 No.5 (Russia) by Susan Kanzian, Ed Lewis, and Anton Stepanowitsch Arensky.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when #12 switches with Stimpy.
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren finishes drinking Stimpy's fat.

    Beethoven's Fifth Symphony by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Ren looks at himself in the mirror. (1st Movement)
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy searches for Stinky in the city. (3rd Movement)

    Beethoven's Sixth Symphony (Pastorale) by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when "Throw him out at once!" is said. (4th Movement)
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis yells after seeing all the Ren and Stimpy TV ads. Also plays when Haggis is at the bridge. (4th Movement)
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when "And today, I feed." is said. (4th Movement)
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy is in the lab in the beginning. (4th Movement)
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis goes nuts after getting haggis. (4th Movement)
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays as the opening of the episode. (1st Movement) Also plays during a montage where Stimpy looks for Stinky. (4th Movement)
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Ren shouts, "I've never been more angry in my entire life!!!" (4th Movement)

    Beethoven's Ninth Symphony ("Ode to Joy") by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Bella Mia Fiamma Addio - Aria For Soprano and Orchestra Aria by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stinky looks through the window at Stimpy.

    Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy first enter the city.

    Brahms's Lullaby by Johannes Brahms.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are full from the cookies they ate.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy is sleeping, as well as when Stimpy says, "Aw, he's sleeping like a baby."
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in bed. (this version arranged in the OGM library by Les Peel)
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in bed.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in bed.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Ren is back in bed, wide awake.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays during a flashback when Ren is in the womb.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Stimpy asks if Ren will read him a bedtime story.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when the sleeper hold is applied. (this version arranged in the OGM library by Les Peel)
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Ren is sleeping, right before his tooth starts to hurt.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when everyone's asleep except Ren.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Stimpy asks if Ren will read him a bedtime story.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren looks at a photo of he and Sven.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when when Ren and Stimpy are in bed.

    Can-Can (from "Orpheus in the Underworld") by Jacques Offenbach.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays during the elephant tosser scene. (this version arranged in the APM library by Fiachra Trench)
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Pierre says to be a man, like his wife.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony sits up in bed and shrugs his shoulders.

    Canope by Claude Debussy (arranged by Helmuth Brandenburg).
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays while Wilbur Cobb lectures Ren on purgatory.

    Carmen: Aragonaise by Georges Bizet.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Title card, as well as the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when "Let me at 'em!" is said.

    Carmen: Habanera (aria) by Georges Bizet.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Wilbur Cobb rants some more after saying "Walter Lantz!"

    Carmen: March of the Toreadors by Georges Bizet; arranged in OGM library by Lee Ashley.
    ▪ Dog Show: Title card.

    Carnival of the Animals ("Aquarium") by Camille Saint-Saens.
    ▪ Bassmasters: Plays when Stimpy speaks fish.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Bubba is walking around inside Stimpy.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when the time machine is revealed.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Wilbur Cobb begins his history lesson.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays after the yak comes to his senses.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when the camera pans up Mr. Horse.

    Carnival of the Animals ("Fossils") by Camille Saint-Saens.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy pushes more food into his head.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Ren kicks Stimpy outside.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when the fire chief says, "I'm sorry. I thought you were a... circus midget!"
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when there's a letter for Ren.

    Carnival of the Animals ("Swan") by Camille Saint-Saens.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad lays a hurt Anthony into bed.

    Casta Diva Part 1 Act I Norma by Vincenzo Bellini.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays during the first test.

    Cathedral Largo From 'Largo by Otto Sieben. (original melody by Georg Friedrich Handel)
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy prays.

    Che Interminabile Audirivieni Act 3 by Gaetano Domenico Donizetti.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren comes back to life.

    Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Stimpy is sitting alone, crying, as well as when his tears fill up the well.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Stimpy's sad that Ren's leaving.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is staring at the TV, sad.

    Clarinet Concerto by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays twice at night in the episode.

    Clock Symphony by Franz Joseph Haydn.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren throws his possessions into the fire.

    Concerto Grosso in A Minor, Op.3, No. 8 (RV522) - 1st Movement by Antonio Vivaldi.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Friar Chuck is shown.

    Concerto No 1 in E Minor - Frederic Chopin.
    ▪ Big Flakes: Plays when Stimpy says, "I, uh, already used the moose meat in the fire.”

    Coppelia Ballet Suite Act 1 No 1 by Leo Delibes.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Ren is angry about all the hairballs in the house.

    Coriolan Overture by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when Stimpy gets an idea, right before he holds up a crowbar.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy tries to fart.

    Dalibor Act Three Scene 4 by Bedrich Smetana.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy's underwear is shown.

    Dance of the Hours by Amilcare Ponchielli.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy find their first tree, as well as when Ren punches Stimpy.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Ren slaps Stimpy, right before the tent scene.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Stimpy checks the guide.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says Ren will never believe what happened.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays as the opening of the episode, as well as when Stimpy explains animation.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Stimpy asks Ren to try out his inventions, as well as when Stimpy asks, "Are you feeling any better?", and the ending of the episode.
    Danse Macabre by Camille Saint-Saens.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Ren says, "They're vile, they're stinky, but I love them!", as well as when Stimpy throws up on Ren.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren says, "Do you want to get me killed?"

    Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Title card.

    Divertimento No.2 In B-Flat Maj.Kv 439B-Menuetto" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are enjoying the mansion and Stimpy is fencing.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren and Stimpy buy wigs.

    Emperor Waltz by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays as the opening of the episode, as well as when Ren says he better check the make-up, and right before the ending.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren gets out of the shower.

    Enigma Variations, "Nimrod" movement by Edward Elgar.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Stimpy describes Mr. Noggin's accomplishments.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says, "A quality boy such as thee needs an excellent name."

    Entry of the Gladiators by Julius Fucik.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Title card, as well as when Ren and Stimpy try some stunts.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when all the competitors entering the judging station. (this version arranged in OGM library by Lee Ashley)
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when the crowd cheers.

    Etude Op. 10, #3 in E Major - Fiachra Trench, Frederic Chopin.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy says "Mmm, something smells good!"

    Fairy Tale, A - Raduz and Mahulena Op. 16 by Josef Suk.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Title card, and also plays when the formula lands on Ren, and later when Ren splits again.

    Festival Overture 1812 Op.49 (1812 Overture) by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM picks up the kitten, as well as when he says "Leave everything to me!" before the scene with The Pope.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM says, "Why, little Johnny!"

    Flight of the Bumblebee, The by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when a list of Ren's completed tests is read.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Hey It's That Guy stuffs his suit with money.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when a mosquito sucks Ren's blood.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when the Happy Helmet starts to take effect.

    Flute Quartet - Allegretto by Franz Krommer; arranged in OGM library by Lee Ashley.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in their bathroom.

    Flying Dutchman, The by Richard Wagner.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Title card.

    Four Seasons, The ("Allegro" movement) by Antonio Vivaldi.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are at dinner.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Title card.

    Francesca da Rimini (Symphonic Fantasia After Dante) by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Stimpy and Mr. Noggin are falling.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren hijacks the plane, and also when Ren wants to throw himself into the sewer.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy goes into the kitchen, right before seeing Ren grinding his chicken.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren and Stimpy realize they're sleeping in a cemetery.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren's about to snap after Stimpy is in bed with the TV.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays during the Ren/Sid fight.

    Funeral March by Frederic Chopin; arranged in the APM library by Fiachra Trench.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Stimpy says, "A memorial? I didn't know Santy Claus was DEAD!"
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the ghost wants to kill himself.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are forced back into the tear gas chamber.

    Funeral March of a Marionette by Charles Gounod.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays at breakfast.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren is making a son.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor begins the discipline lesson.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Mr. Horse says, "Oh! It IS a nipple!"
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren is sitting in the chair and Stimpy is on the floor, as well as later when Ren is ready to go to work.

    Gavotte in D by Francois-Joseph Gossec.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays at the breakfast table.

    Hallelujah Chorus by George Frideric Handel.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the ocean waves crash down on Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when the sun is shining.
    ▪ Hard Day's Luck, A: Plays when Haggis finally has hair.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren pledges not to let Wilbur Cobb down.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays after Stimpy sells meat treats to the kids and Jack is pleased.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Title card.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays right before Stimpy asks if he can show Wilbur Cobb his cartoon.

    Humoresque by Antonin Dvorak; arranged in the OGM library by Henrik Nielsen.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Ren and Stimpy kiss the wives goodbye.

    Hungarian Dances (no. 5) by Johannes Brahms.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Wilbur Cobb talks about fire.
    ▪ Untamed World: Plays when the lizard Ren walks.

    In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Muddy Mudskipper is in prison.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when the bearded man goes skinnydipping with Ren and Stimpy, as well as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is first inside the cave, as well as when Ren is excited about the straw dummy.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when a volcano erupts from Stimpy's belly button.
    ▪ Untamed World short (after Hermit Ren): Plays when the curmudgeon appears.

    Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Johann Sebastian Bach.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack puts on the meat robe.

    La Muette De Portici by Daniel Auber.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when Stimpy is disqualified.

    Largo Op.28 E-Minor by Frederic Chopin; arranged by Helmuth Brandenburg.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis walks through the park.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays in the morning when Ren says, "Eh, listen, Stimpy, I..."

    Liberty Bell March, The by John Philip Sousa.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when Ren, Stimpy, and George Liquor enter the stadium.

    Liebeslieder by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the jester puts a cheese grater to his arm.

    Light Cavalry Overture by Franz von Suppe.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman: Plays when PTM flies off to retrieve the president.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Title card.

    Lohengrin - Overture to the 3rd Act by Richard Wagner.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when the dinosaurs jump off buildings.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Charles Globe first appears.

    Mad Scene Part 2 Act III Lucia by Gaetano Domenico Donizetti.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Stimpy sits on the nitroglycerin.

    Marriage of Figaro Overture by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Marriage of Figaro, The ("Aria" movement) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Ren spits out only a little soup.

    Merry Peasant, The by Robert Schumann.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when the sun rises the next morning.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy says, ""Lemme just scooter that in a little closer."

    Midsummer Night's Dream - Funeral March by Felix Mendelssohn; arranged in the OGM library by Lee Ashley.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when the camera pans down the coffin.

    Minuet in G by Ludwig Van Beethoven; arranged in OGM library by Lee Ashley.
    ▪ Dog Water commercial: Plays as the opening of the short.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Stimpy eats a good meal, as well as when he says "OK, suit yourself."

    Minuetto by Franz Danzi; arranged in the OGM library by Lee Ashley.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Stimpy is preparing the soup.

    Moonlight Sonata by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the fly carries Ren to shore.

    Morning From Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 by Edvard Grieg.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when a paper blows on Ren's face.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays the next morning, after Ren has been bitten by tons of mosquitos.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays as the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when fish Stimpy's nose rises out of the water.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when everyone wakes up the next morning, stuffed.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays the next morning, right before Stimpy opens his presents.

    My Song is Sung – Dvorak by Antonin Dvorak, Susan Kanzian and Ed Lewis.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when Stimpy narrates about harvesting new Americans.

    New World Symphony by Antonin Dvorak.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the ghost thinks he's a failure. (2nd Movement)
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are praying. (2nd Movement)
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are praying. (2nd Movement)
    ▪ Space Madness: Title card for "Space Madness". (1st Movement)
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Title card. (4th Movement)

    Night on Bald Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Ren turns into a beaver.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Ren first splits in half.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Ren is visibly older, as well as when Ren says, "For the boys who didn't make it!"
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays when Ren describes his job to Stimpy.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when the Happy Helmet is first put on Ren.

    Nocturne From String Quartet No. 2 by Alexander Borodin.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is wide awake in bed.

    Nutcracker, The - Arabian Dance by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Ren first appears in the story.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are walking in the hot sun, a bit before they find their first tree.

    Nutcracker, The - Dance of the Reed-Flutes by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Stimpy first pulls out the space cadet handbook, as well as it's asked what they're going to do about food.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren and Stimpy smell something on the other side of the fence.

    Nutcracker, The - Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the Bloody Head Fairy appears.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when people drag their butt on Ren's grave.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when the Nerve Endings Fairy appears.
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays when Stimpy is in the bathroom.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays when Ren reads the second fan letter.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays when Stimpy introduces Stay-Put Socks.
    ▪ Yak Shaving Day commercial: Plays when the yak is in the bathroom.

    Nutcracker, The - Overture by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Ren praises Stimpy for his hairballs.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are at the lake.

    Nutcracker, The - Russian Dance by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Nurse Stimpy: Title card.

    Nutcracker, The - Waltz of the Flowers by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky; arranged in the OGM library by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Stimpy says, "Well buddy, a job well done, and only 450 more rooms to go!"

    Overture to "Don Pasquale" by Gaetano Domenico Donizetti; arranged in the OGM library by Lee Ashley.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren and Stimpy operate on Haggis.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Stimpy looks through the fence hole and spots the hog jowls.

    Peter and the Wolf by Sergei Prokofiev.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren is dragged by the fly. ("Grandfather" theme)
    ▪ Black Hole: Plays when Stimpy says they need to leave. ("Cat" theme)
    ▪ Galoot Wranglers: Plays when Stimpy roasts a tire. ("Cat" theme) Also plays when Wilbur Cobb continues his story, and ends the tale at the end of the episode. ("Grandfather" theme)
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Wilbur Cobb appears, and also the ending of the episode. ("Cat" theme)
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Ren hits his head on the moon. ("Cat" theme)
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Wilbur Cobb decides to tell the tale of the dinosaurs. Also plays when he says "An Ethel among Mermans!" and when he says the dinosaurs all moved to New Jersey, as well as when Ren and Stimpy have beards. ("Cat" theme) Also plays when Wilbur Cobb gets out of the tub, and later when he says he killed the dinosaurs. ("Grandfather" theme)
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Wilbur Cobb appears. ("Cat" theme)
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays during Wilbur Cobb's ramblings. ("Cat" and "Grandfather" themes)
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when everyone's walking through the desert, right before they strike dirt. ("Grandfather" theme)
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Wilbur Cobb is introduced. ("Cat" theme) Also plays when Wilbur Cobb agrees to watch Stimpy's film. ("Grandfather" theme)
    ▪ Untamed World short (after Hermit Ren): Plays when Wilbur Cobb is on-screen. ("Cat" theme)

    Piano Concerto No. 21 (Elvira Madigan) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Ren eats Gritty Kitty Litter.

    Pizzicati (from Sylvia) by Leo Delibes.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when the girls are congratulating Stimpy.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Ren is about to drink from the lake.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Ren buttons Stimpy, as well as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when Ren and Stimpy eat Powdered Toast, satisfied.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when amoeba reproduction is explained.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Stimpy makes Ren feel guilty about not drinking the skunk milk.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Ren buttons Stimpy.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when Ren and Stimpy share a laugh, right before Ren rips Stimpy's skin off.

    Poet and Peasant Overture by Franz von Suppe.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Stimpy is shocked after Mrs. Pipe says he can chew up Ren.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Whacky gets a crazed look while holding the Haggis doll.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays during the duel.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays when the baboon runs up to Ren twice.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the baboon appears.
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when the baboon runs towards Mr. Pipe.

    Polovetsian Dances (from Prince Igor) by Alexander Borodin.
    ▪ Big House Blues: Plays when Ren tries to kiss Stimpy, as well as when Stimpy waves goodbye to Ren.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Whacky has memories of Haggis.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stinky sits on Stimpy's butt.

    Praga - Symphonic Poem Op. 26 by Josef Suk and George Wilson.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when a man says, "Someone get a plastic bag!"
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Jerry grows massive.
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Haggis wakes up during surgery.

    Prelude A L'Apres- Midi D'Un Faune by Claude Debussy.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays right before "Magical Effect (e)".

    Prelude No. 15 in Db ('Raindrop') by Frederic Chopin.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays right before Sid returns.

    Prince of Denmark's March (a.k.a. "Trumpet Voluntary") by Jeremiah Clarke.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Title card.

    Quartet by Franz Schubert; arranged in OGM library by Lee Ashley.
    ▪ Cheese Rush Days: Plays when a waiter appears.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when Ren is reading a book.

    Radetzky March by Johann Strauss.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when the various guests smile at getting an invitation.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren and Stimpy shout, "We're saved!"
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when the story begins.

    Reverie by Robert Schumann.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays right before we see Ren wide awake at night.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays the next morning when Stimpy wakes up.
    ▪ Littlest Giant, The: Plays when Ren wakes up from Stimpy's crying.
    ▪ Pixie King: Plays in bed, before the scene where Ren works really hard.

    Ride of the Valkyries by Richard Wagner.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when someone lifts up the dumpster head.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when Ren rides the fly.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren says he's had it with Stimpy.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man second commercial: Plays when the announcer talks about Vitamin F.

    Rigoletto - Caro Nome by Giuseppe Verdi. (arranged in the OGM library by Neil Amsterdam)
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays during the "dressed as Mr. Pipe's wife" sequence.

    Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Stimpy returns home.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Ren cries and Stimpy consoles him.
    ▪ Feud For Sale: Plays when Abner is dropped from the plane.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy first falls in love with the chicken, as well as when Stimpy going back and forth between the bed and the oven, and when Stimpy falls in love with a goat head.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren reaches for his dentures in the morning.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the female first chooses between the two male lummoxes.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays when Stimpy says he's been dreaming of having fun with Ren for years.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Ren climbs Stimpy's nose hair.
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy returns home.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when the space shuttle is headed back to Earth.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays when Stimpy looks at a picture of Wilbur Cobb in the beginning.

    Saber Dance by Aram Khachaturian.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays during the third hairball output montage.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Jerry demands his dinner.

    Scheherazade (2nd movement) by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are first in the tent.

    Scherzo No.2 In B-Flat Minor Op.31 by Frederic Chopin.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when the hotel manager tells Ren and Stimpy about Mr. Noggin.

    Seid umschlungen, Millionen, op. 443 by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren and Stimpy scream in joy when they first arrive at the mansion.

    Semper Fidelis by John Philip Sousa.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Title card, and also plays when everyone's excited about Ren's $5 offer.

    Sequentia Rex Tremendae Majestatis"' by Antonin Rejcha.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays immediately after "Toccata in D-Minor BWV 565", as well as when Jack says, "Daddy, I love you!"

    Serenade From String Quartet in F by Franz Joseph Haydn.
    ▪ Stupid Sidekick Union: Plays at the start of Ren's third show attempt, with the Shakesperian actor.

    Slavonic March by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when "I don't know how much longer I can go on, man." is said.

    Sleeping Beauty by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Stimpy announces they're out of potatoes (introduction section). Also plays during Stimpy's mission outside the ship (waltz section).

    Sonata In F-Major Op.24 'The Spring' @ Adagio Molto Expressi by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren says, "No more scrounging and begging for us! This is the good life!"

    Song of the Volga Boat Men by Igor Tuhmanov.
    ▪ Aloha Hoek: Plays when the Russian sub arrives.
    ▪ Marooned: Plays when Stimpy is tied up.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays right before Ren wakes up from the dream.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Spring Song by Felix Mendelssohn.
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays when Ren says he'll watch some TV.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Stimpy puts Ren in a chair.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when a charred Ren punches Stimpy.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays at night before Ren and Stimpy are kicked outside.
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when a lobster's nest is shown in the tree.

    Stabat Mater 1) Stabat Mater Dolorosa by Giovanni Pergolesi.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy says he looked death right in the eye.

    Stars and Stripes Forever, The by John Philip Sousa.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Stimpy announces what he and Chuck did all day.
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays during Stimpy's cartoon when Peg Leg Pete appears.

    String Quartet in D Major 3) Larghetto by Cesar Auguste Jean Guilla Franck and George Wilson.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy comes across Muddy Mudskipper in a car crash.

    String Quintet in E, Op. 11, No. 5 ("Minuet" section) by Luigi Boccherini.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Stimpy licks Bubba's hair off his back.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy explains why he put a boar's head on the wall.

    Swan Lake by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are running for freedom in the daytime. ("Dance of the Swans" movement)
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays during the second part of the "making a cartoon" montage.

    Symphonie Fantastique Movement 4 by Hector Berlioz.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren shouts, "...And I'm never coming back!"
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad says, "Excuse me. Don't you even put that picture in my head!"

    Symphony No. 4 In F-Minor - Movement 4 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren runs up to the TV and demolishes it.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Ren shouts, "Because of you, we're going to starve to death in a bus station!"

    Symphony No. 6 (Pathetique) by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Ren falls in love. (1st Movement)
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Stimpy is about to "die". (4th Movement)
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says, "Son? It's true! You're alive!" (4th Movement)
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays when Ren cries to find Stimpy inside his own belly button. (1st Movement)
    ▪ Son of Stimpy: Plays when Ren prays at the house after Stimpy leaves for the city. It also plays when Stimpy hugs Stinky. (1st Movement)
    ▪ Who's Stupid Now?: Plays when Ren has tears in his eyes, right after saying "Thighs of steel!" (4th Movement)

    Symphony No 7 In E Minor V Rondo Finale Tempo 1(Allegro Ordinario) by Gustav Mahler and George Wilson.
    ▪ Magical Golden Singing Cheeses: Plays when the milk curd princesses are revealed.

    Symphony No. 9 In C-Major 'Great' D.944 by Franz Schubert.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says, "There! Is he not my spitten image?"

    Symphony No. 94 (Surprise Symphony) by Franz Joseph Haydn.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Kowalski is sitting in Ren's favorite chair.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays when Stimpy gives Ren some milk.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when a girl scout is at the door.

    Tales from the Vienna Woods by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Plays when Ren dumps beavers into the lake.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Ren demonstrates the eye bulging gag.

    Tchaikovsky: March from "The Nutcracker Suite" - Lee Ashley [OGM]
    ▪ The Scotsman in Space: Plays at the very end of the episode.

    Thieving Magpie, The by Gioacchino Rossini.
    ▪ Hair of the Cat: Plays when Ren takes off his mask, as well as when Stimpy makes the bed.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren fixes dinner.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Stimpy eats beef jerky.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays as the opening of the episode, as well as when Stimpy disregards Ren's annoyance about how he plays with his bellybutton.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when another lummox appears.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when fat is dropped into Ren.
    ▪ Space Madness: Plays at the start of Ren's bath.

    Thunder and Lightning Polka by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ It's a Dog's Life: Title card.

    To a Wild Rose by Edward MacDowell.
    ▪ Insomniac Ren: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Toccata in D-Minor BWV 565 by Johann Sebastian Bach.
    ▪ Haunted House: Title card.
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Title card.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when a skeleton bus is shown.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when "Mr. Cheese, sir..." is said.

    Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when Stimpy runs down the stairs and slides up the pole.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack escapes towards the end.
    ▪ Robin Hoek: Plays when Stimpy runs towards the castle, as well as when he runs back to the village.

    Valse Impromptu - Franz Liszt:
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays during the Blizzard of '69 flashback.

    Vesti la giubba (I Pagliacci) by Ruggero Leoncavallo.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays towards the end; Ren listens to it and cries.

    Washington Post March by John Philip Sousa.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Title card.
    ▪ Mr. Horse Interview: Plays when Ren interviews Mr. Horse.
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are welcomed home to Earth.

    Wedding March by Felix Mendelssohn.
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays during the wedding at the end.
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy and the chicken come back from their honeymoon, as well as the ending to the episode.

    William Tell Overture by Gioacchino Rossini.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays at morning twice in the episode. ("Ranz des Vaches" movement) Also plays when the birds eat the sausage head. ("Finale" movement)
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Stimpy deflates. ("Finale" movement)
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays when Ren says, "Day has come, and I am anew!" ("Ranz des Vaches" movement)
    ▪ Fire Dogs: Plays when the fire truck drives to the burning building. ("Finale" movement)
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays at morning, before Ren finds Stimpy in his own belly button. ("Ranz des Vaches" movement)
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays at morning. ("Ranz des Vaches" movement)
    ▪ Lumberjerks: Plays when Ren, Stimpy, and Pierre ride off on a log, as well as when "Hi ho, beaver, away!" is said. ("Finale" movement)
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when PTM takes off after rescuing the Pope. ("Finale" movement)
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren is put in a strait jacket. ("Finale" movement)
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays at morning, right before we see Ren has ground all his teeth up. ("Ranz des Vaches" movement)
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays at morning. ("Ranz des Vaches" movement)
    ▪ Yard Too Far, A: Plays when the baboon and puppet run to get married. ("Finale" movement)

    Wo Die Zitronen Blueh'N, Waltz Op 364 by Johann Strauss II.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays near the end of the episode when the doctor says, "But the important thing is, you are alive, und you have each other!"
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Stimpy wonders what to do with the chicken while thumbing through a cook book.
     
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    OGM Music


    Act One by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays when Ren checks his appearance in a handheld mirror.
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy is talking to multiple people on the phone.

    After the Ball by Erik Markman; original melody by Charles K. Harris.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are first dressed up as clowns.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor looks at Ren and Stimpy through the pet store window.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Ren starts acrobatics.

    Beat Culture by Robert Ascot.
    ▪ Road Apples: Plays when Stimpy describes an RV.
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays as the opening of the episode, as well as when Stimpy says they'll need gear, and when Stimpy lists what's being packed, and when Stimpy itches his back.
    ▪ Untamed World short (after Hermit Ren): Plays as the opening and ending of the short.

    Big Band Era-30's by Neil Amsterdam.
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays during the opening of the episode.

    Big Band Highlight No. 5 by Neil Amsterdam.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays at the beginning of the episode and later when the father and son are at the monkey cage.

    Big Band News #2 by Henrik Nielsen.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when Stimpy runs down the road and to his treehouse.

    Cha Cha Cha by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ In the Army: Title card. Also heard briefly at the very end.

    Chandelier Waltz by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Stimpy puts on make-up.

    Children Signature by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Comedy Signature by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Stimpy says, "Isn't Sid a good boy?" and "But he's a trained little person."
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Country & Western #1 by Henrik Nielsen.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Abner and Ewalt are standing at the mailbox.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when "Nah, we hung her yesterday." is said.

    Country & Western #2 by Henrik Nielsen.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Abner and Ewalt chew and spit.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when "You're smart enough to be bored?" is said.

    Country Music #1 by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Bass Masters: Plays when the fish slurp chum with straws.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays during the Ben and Stumpy Show.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when Ren and Stimpy try to steal Mr. Horse.

    Country Music #3 by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Farm Hands: Plays when Abner and Ewalt get the idea to buy young'uns.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when Abner and Ewalt get the idea to find villains to hang.

    Dramatic Sting #9 by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Dog Tags: Plays when Stimpy screams and runs up to Ren.
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when Ren smells Stimpy's armpits.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren comes out of the bathroom.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when Stimpy slowly gets up.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: "Starring George Liquor" title card.
    ▪ Pen Pals: Plays when the policeman screams after seeing a gaping hole in the wall.
    ▪ Ren's Bitter Half: Plays when Stimpy screams, right before Evil Ren dumps the litter.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when the bully is revealed.
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when "Hand over your meat confectioner's license!" is said.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Ren is hit by a shovel.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when Ren shouts, "Coming by for a visit?!"
    ▪ Space Dogged: Plays when the army guy screams after Ren and Stimpy try to talk English.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren, Stimpy, and Sven arrive in Hell.
    ▪ Terminal Stimpy: Plays when Stimpy shouts, "TOAST?! HERE'S YOUR TOAST!"
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the old man vomits on Ren.
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when Ren shouts, "WHAT?!"

    Dramatic Storm by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren storms up to Stimpy and Sven and backs them against a wall.

    Evening Campfire by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Out West: Plays right before Ren and Stimpy are introduced.

    Fairy Princess by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Stimpy shares his dream about knowing the wonders of his nipples.

    For He's a Jolly Good Fellow by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Happy Holiday by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren walks away from the bus station, chuckling.

    Holidays by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are in the fishbowl.

    Holidays by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when Ren is shaking at the table.
    ▪ Ren's Retirement: Plays when Stimpy tucks Ren into bed.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays as the opening of the episode.
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Plays right after the Secret Club bumper, at night.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren is asleep on the couch.

    Indian Scene by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are pelted with arrows.

    Latin Night Life by Erik Markman.
    ▪ City Hicks: Plays when Stimpy says that dinner is ready.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis is at the toy store window.

    Resort Life by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren describes all the things he's going to do now that he's alone.

    Shock/Stormy by Ib Glindemann.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are startled by the boss.

    Showtime #6 by Neil Amsterdam.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Society Ball by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Cheese Fist commercial: Plays in the grocery store.

    Star Encounters by Jack Mayborn.
    ▪ Powdered Toast Man: Plays when a cat crosses the street.

    Sting #32 by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Stimpy says, ""I'm naked under this towel!"

    Sting #36 by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Prehistoric Stimpy: Plays when Wilbur Cobb says the dinosaurs died out because of bad hemorrhoids.

    Stripper Signature by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Plays when "YEAH!" is said (right before "Our Special Guest (a)").

    Sunshine Patrol by Tom Elliot.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis excitedly turns on the TV.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor welcomes Ren and Stimpy to his home.
    ▪ Ren's Toothache: Plays when Stimpy gives Ren a present: A huge tooth.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when the exterior of Anthony's house is shown.

    Sunshine Smile by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Swing of the Hills by Stan Livingston.
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren daydreams of riding a limo out of Abe Lincoln's head.

    Teenage Party by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when the wrestling match begins.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when the fish drives away.
    ▪ No Pants Today: Plays when Victor's dad is sitting in the car.
    ▪ School Mates: Plays when "Hey, flyspeck!" is said.
    ▪ Superstitious Stimpy: Plays when Ren is barbequing in the kitchen.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony: Plays when Victor's dad is sitting in the car.

    Tension Tag #1 by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when Ren says, "Shut up! You've seen saying that for three years, so just shut up!"
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren says, "Why I oughta take your pants down and spank you!"
    ▪ Haunted House: Plays when the yak punches the ghost sandwich.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor looks like he's gonna kill Stimpy but hugs him instead.
    ▪ Ren's Pecs: Plays when Stimpy asks, Well, Ren, where'd your little friends go?"
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Ren pees on the electric fence.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Ren crackles in rage.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Anthony's dad yells.

    Togetherness by Erik Markman.
    ▪ House of Next Tuesday: Plays when Ren is convinced to go into the Bedroom of Next Tuesday.
    ▪ Lair of the Lummox: Plays when the lummox bonding rituals are discussed.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays when night falls after they struck dirt.

    Travel Near East #2 by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Out West: Title card.

    Turkey in the Straw by Erik Markman.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are introduced.

    Waltz Pompadour by Tom Elliot.
    ▪ Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball, The: Plays when Bubba gets inside Stimpy.

    Western Saloon by Dan Kirsten.
    ▪ Out West: Plays when Ren says, "Hey Stimpy, let's go down to that little one-horse town..."

    Original Music


    (songs in this section were composed specifically for the series and didn't come from a production music library.)

    Billy the Beef Tallow Boy
    ▪ Billy the Beef Tallow Boy commercial: Plays as the second half of the commercial.

    Blazing Entrails
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Title card.

    Brain Seizure by Chris Reccardi.
    ▪ Ren's Brain: Plays during the end fight scene between Stimpy and Ren's brain.

    Chris Reccardi original music
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis anxiously watches the clock for his show to start, plays as Haggis's show theme music, and also during the scene where Haggis angrily walks into town, muttering to himself.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren thinks his personality traits are against him.

    Climb Inside My World performed by Masters of Reality.
    ▪ Jerry the Bellybutton Elf: Plays during the scene when Stimpy climbs inside his bellybutton.

    Come Fry With Me (a parody of "Come Fly With Me") by Shawn Patterson.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays three times in the episode.

    Cowboys Delight by Charlie Brissette.
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays at the campfire scene at the end of the episode, before the secrets are revealed.
    ▪ Great Outdoors, The: Plays when Ren eats the pill dinner.

    Delerium by Chris Reccardi.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren is seeing things in the cave (starts after "The Waiting Silence" plays, and at the same time as "Ganges").

    Don't Whiz on the Electric Fence
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when the board game is shown, as well as the ending of the episode.

    Double-O-Log by Charlie Brissette and Tom Armbruster.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays in the log commercial when the 007 Log is shown.

    Down and Out Blues by Scott Huml, John K., Chris Reccardi, and Jim Smith.
    ▪ Boy Who Cried Rat, The: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are sitting on the street, trying to come up with a plan to get money.

    Filthy's Dance by Charlie Brissette and Scott Huml.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when the monkey performs.

    Flod
    ▪ Flod commercial: Plays during the Flod commercial.

    Happy Happy Joy Joy
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are driving their rubber nipple truck.
    ▪ Stimpy's Invention: Plays during the last few minutes of the episode.
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Sven and Stimpy greet each other.

    In Jeopardy by Charlie Brissette.
    ▪ Out West: The “Jeopardy” sound-alikes.

    It's a Wizzleteats Kind of Christmas
    ▪ Scooter For Yaksmas, A: Plays towards the beginning of the episode.

    Jiminy Lummox Theme
    ▪ Jiminy Lummox: Title card; also plays numerous times in the episode, whenever Jiminy Lummox appears.

    Jungle Boogie by Charlie Brissette and Scott Huml.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Ren and Stimpy perform.

    Kumbayah; arranged by Chris Reccardi.
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays numerous times in the episode.

    Log
    ▪ Plays in every Log commercial.

    Log Blues by Charlie Brissette and Chris Reccardi.
    ▪ Log: Plays in the first log commercial.
    ▪ Log For Girls: Plays at the beginning.

    Lord Loves a Hangin', The
    ▪ Out West: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Mantid Man (a parody of "The Candy Man")
    ▪ Dinner Party: Plays as the underscore when Sammy appears at the party.
    ▪ Sammy and Me: Sung by the characters numerous times in the episode.

    Muddy Mudskipper Theme
    ▪ Big Shot, The: Plays during Muddy's show.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays on TV numerous times in the episode.
    ▪ Stimpy's Big Day: Plays during Muddy's show.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays on TV.

    Paranoia by Chris Reccardi:
    ▪ Hermit Ren: Plays when Ren snaps after being told off by his personalities.

    Phlegm-Encrusted Hankies by Shawn Patterson.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays twice during the episode.

    Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen Anthem sung by The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles.
    ▪ Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen: Plays right before the first act break.

    Scotsman Show Theme by Chris Reccardi.
    ▪ Hard Times For Haggis: Plays when Haggis’s show starts.

    Smokin' by Charlie Brissette, Alex Rannie and Tom Armbruster.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Kowalski takes out some cigarettes.

    Soapy Organ by Charlie Brissette:
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays as the soap opera music on the TV show Stimpy is watching.

    Sugar Sod Pops
    ▪ Sugar Sod Pops commercial: Plays during the Sugar Sod Pops commercial.

    That's Why My Stomach Gets a Cramp (a parody of "The Lady is a Tramp") by Shawn Patterson.
    ▪ Ol' Blue Nose: Plays when Stimpy first gets his singing ability.

    Unknown name by Steve Patterson and Steve Loter:
    ▪ Stimpy's Pet: Plays when Ren is bitten by Sid's babies.

    Varicose Veins
    ▪ Varicose Veins commercial: Plays when the product is introduced.

    Whistler Overture, The
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when George Liquor is introduced, as well as when George stands in for Ren at the dog competition.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when George Liquor skips home with Ren and Stimpy.
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when the monkey gets lots of food from the spectators.

    Raymond Scott


    There are 30 second samples of these songs (and more) at the Amazon listing for Scott's CD. This album can be purchased via iTunes as well.

    At An Arabian House Party
    ▪ Monkey See, Monkey Don't: Plays when Ren and Stimpy itch.

    Huckleberry Duck
    ▪ Sven Hoek: Plays when Sven unpacks.

    In an 18th Century Drawing Room
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays as the ending of the episode.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Title card, as well as when Stimpy dances, when Stimpy gets a treat, and the ending of the episode.
    ▪ My Shiny Friend: Plays when Ren says, "Still watching TV, eh?"

    Manhattan Minuet
    ▪ Stimpy's Cartoon Show: Plays during the first part of the "making a cartoon" montage.
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Title card, and also plays in Anthony's bedroom.

    Moment Musical
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays during the attack lesson.

    New Year's Eve in a Haunted House
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays at the end of the attack lesson.

    Powerhouse
    ▪ Big Baby Scam: Plays when Ren is rubbed against Mr. Pipe's stubble.
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are at work.
    ▪ Mad Dog Hoek: Plays when Ren is crushed between pectorals, as well as later in the episode when Ren is again in the ring.

    Toy Trumpet, The
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays as the opening of the episode, as well as when Ren slaps Stimpy right before the desert scene, and when Ren's about to leave, when Stimpy reads a book on how to earn merit badges, when they try to earn more merit badges after the cliff scene, and the ending of the episode.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays when Ren and Stimpy get their hair cut.

    Twilight in Turkey
    ▪ Circus Midgets: Plays when the exterior of the car is shown, as well as at the gas station, and when tons of things are crammed into the car.
    ▪ Man's Best Friend: Plays when Ren hits George Liquor with a boating oar.

    War Dance For Wooden Indians
    ▪ Dog Show: Plays when George Liquor demands the judge take a closer look at Ren, as well as when George Liquor tells Ren that he's his last chance.

    Miscellaneous


    (songs in this section are identified, but use an arrangement that doesn't seem to be available on the APM or OGM sites, and thus it's unknown which production library they came from)

    America the Beautiful by Samuel A. Ward.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Battle Hymn of the Republic (different arrangement from the versions above) by Julia Ward Howe.
    ▪ In the Army: Plays after Ren destroys his bed.

    Blow the Man Down
    ▪ Visit to Anthony, A: Plays when Ren and Stimpy swim across the Atlantic Ocean.

    Home Sweet Home (aka "There's No Place Like Home") by H.R. Bishop.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren, Stimpy, and Kowalski are on the couch.

    Listen to the Mockingbird by Richard Milburn.
    ▪ Rubber Nipple Salesmen: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Oh, Du Lieber Augustin by Marx Augustin.
    ▪ Blazing Entrails: Plays when Stimpy is blown up to massive size.

    On Top of Old Smoky by Charlie Brissette.
    ▪ Friend in Your Face, A: Plays when the manure pile on Ren's head is shown.

    Rock-a-Bye Baby by Effie I. Canning.
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays when Ren burps Kowalski.

    Rule Britannia by Thomas Augustine Arne.
    ▪ Egg Yolkeo: Plays after "Enigma Variations - Nimrod".

    You're in the Army Now
    ▪ In the Army: Plays during the opening of the episode.

    Unknown


    As the title suggests, these songs haven't been identified yet. Help is appreciated in filling in the blanks.

    Unknown Song 1:
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren's soul exits his body.

    Unknown Song 2:
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays when Ren is in the tub.

    Unknown Song 3:
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when the cop pulls over Ren and Stimpy.

    Unknown Song 4:
    ▪ A Hard Day’s Luck: Plays when the clam flies through the air and loses his trunks.

    Unknown Song 5:
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Sgt. Big Butt uses Ren to scrub the Lincoln memorial.
    ▪ To Salve and Salve Not: Plays when Stimpy does the dishes.

    Unknown Song 6:
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren tells Stimpy to find a nice ripe pimple to pop.

    Unknown Song 7:
    ▪ Stimpy's Fan Club: Title card.

    Unknown Song 8:
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Stimpy runs out to get a butt cushion for Jack. (right before "La Cucaracha")

    Unknown Song 9:
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the wildebeest says, "Oh, my back..." after the gear is thrown on him.

    Unknown Song 11:
    ▪ Bell Hops: Plays when Mrs. Buttloaves is squeezed onto the elevator.

    Unknown Song 12:
    ▪ Ren Needs Help!: Plays as the psychiatrist's flute melody.

    Unknown Song 13:
    ▪ Abe Divided, An: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are towel whipped.

    Unknown Song 14:
    ▪ Eat My Cookies: Plays when Ren leaves the card game, angry.

    Unknown Song 15:
    ▪ Reverend Jack Cheese: Plays when Jack says, "Now THAT'S what a butt should look like!"

    Unknown Song 16:
    ▪ Wiener Barons: Plays when the border patrol guard sends Ren and Stimpy packing.

    Unknown Song 17:
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when "Not everyone gets this privilege!" is said.

    Unknown Song 18:
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays when Ren and Stimpy are floating through space, disintegrating.

    Unknown Song 19:
    ▪ Scotsman in Space, The: Plays as the ending of the episode.

    Unknown Song 20:
    ▪ Double Header: Plays when Ren says "Let's go!" and runs with Stimpy out of the bus station.

    Unknown Song 21:
    ▪ I Love Chicken: Plays when Ren says, "Oooh, I'm gonna GET that chicken!"

    Unknown Song 22:
    ▪ Travelogue: Plays when the wildebeest is revealed.

    Unknown Song 23:
    ▪ Fake Dad: Plays as the opening of the episode.

    Unknown Song 24:
    ▪ Last Temptation of Ren, The: Plays when Ren makes a confession that he's stolen money from Stimpy for years.

    Unknown Song 25:
    ▪ I Was a Teenage Stimpy: Plays when Ren says, "And now, I have a man to take care of me in my dotage."
     
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    "Honolulu March" was actually composed by Hans Haider.
     
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    I can't access Blog.com right now (what else is new?), but I found a new track: "Human Advances A" by Mladen Franko, which plays in "Jiminy Lummox".

    EDIT: Found another one: "Concerto No 1 in E Minor" by Frederic Chopin plays in "Big Flakes".
     
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    Yet again, I can't access blog.com, so I'll update here first: "Suspire" by Zsofia Taller plays in "Who's Stupid Now?".
     
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    So... Blog.com has been down for the better part of two months now. This is the longest I've been unable to access the site. Needless to say, I'm not going to be using them anymore. They're too unreliable. Aside from Blogspot, can anyone recommend a free blog service that I could switch to?
     
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    I haven't used WordPress, but it seems to work for those that do use it.
     
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    I've made a Blogspot for the Ren and Stimpy music thing, cause i noticed the site is down. It's named "Ren and Stimpy Music".
     
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    If it isn't painfully obvious, I've not been in a big hurry to re-create the blog on a different site for a third time (fourth, if you count my first Blogspot blog), and I've lost interest in maintaining it anyway, so go for it.

    That said, it's not like the music info isn't elsewhere on the web- besides using archive.org to view the blog (albeit not updated since June), I've submitted the soundtrack info to imdb and there's this very thread, of course.
     
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    I have used that, copied and paisted into my blog, now if you guys identify any tracks that are not identified in the ep, i can update it and do that, still unsure about doing APC.
     
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    TheJasbre202, can you pm me the link to the blog? I cant seem to find it...
     
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    sure thing!
    just a sec
     

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