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Film Soundtracks - Released August 20, 2021 | Sub Pop Records

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By the time The Bob’s Burgers Music Album, Vol. 2 appeared, the beloved animated show was enough of an institution that it could lean into its strengths -- inspired silliness and endearingly goofy vocal performances -- proudly. There's plenty of both on this collection, even though the set covers three seasons of music as opposed to the whopping six contained on The Bob's Burgers Music Album. Once again, the series' music gives each character and cast member time to shine. H. Jon Benjamin's Bob Belcher loves food and his family as ever on "Nothing Makes Me Happier" and "Regular Fries" (aka Nick Lowe's "Cruel to Be Kind"); Eugene Mirman's Gene remains gleefully uninhibited on "Sexy Little Tiger;" Dan Mintz's Tina is still an unabashed (if deadpan) romantic on "Briefest of Glances;" Kristen Schaal's Louise is a ball of vengeful fury on "Not the Forgiving Type;" and John Roberts' Linda continues to make every moment into a musical on songs like "Happy Birthday We Forgot." Even Kevin Kline's Mr. Fischoder gets a cameo on "Nothing Makes Me Happy." However, the real standout this time is Larry Murphy's Teddy, the sad sack with a huge heart who's also the Belchers' favorite customer. Murphy brings a charming karaoke exuberance to Teddy's version of "Beyond the Sea" and his duets with Roberts on "The Time of My Life" and "Street Life." The incredibly catchy little songs written by Loren Bouchard and the rest of the series' creative team, such as "Cat Training" and "Chunky Blast Offs," continue to tie the whole show together with an extra dose of fun. The biggest difference between the music from the show's earlier seasons and the songs on The Bob’s Burgers Music Album, Vol. 2 is that the music is even more integrated into Bob's Burgers' increasingly rich storytelling. The songs from the episode "Flu-ouise" cleverly hark back to The Wizard of Oz, while the tracks from "The Laser-inth" lovingly parody hard rock and heavy metal better than any animated show since Metalocalypse. Of course, it wouldn't be Bob's Burgers without some Boyz 4 Now, and the music from "Just One of the Boyz 4 Now 4 Now" sends up boy band pop and gender-swapping teen comedies with equal brilliance. While these soundtracks within a soundtrack are especially impressive, the collection also has plenty of smaller delights like the Bowie-esque "Watching You from a Distant Place," which shows off a totally different side of Roberts' vocal chops, and "Hot Pants Rain Dance," a piece of ecstatic disco that's all about letting go and having fun -- in other words, the whole point of Bob's Burgers. There may be nothing quite as iconic as "Electric Love" or "Bad Things Happen in the Bathroom," but The Bob’s Burgers Music Album, Vol. 2 is still a hugely entertaining showcase for the series' creativity as it approached its tenth season. © Heather Phares /TiVo
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Film Soundtracks - Released May 12, 2017 | Sub Pop Records

Ever since the hilarious and strangely heartwarming animated series Bob's Burgers debuted in 2011, fans have clamored for a collection of the show's music, and understandably so: Along with its quirky visuals and characters, the songs are an essential part its magic. As the show's seventh season drew to a close, The Bob's Burgers Music Album finally arrived, in all of its 112-track, 118-minute glory. Collecting virtually every musical moment of the series' first six seasons, the set has plenty of room for the series' classics and songs that might have slipped by. As on the show, there are many examples of the voice actors' brilliance. John Roberts voices matriarch Linda Belcher, who lives her life like a non-stop musical, and delivers highlights with spontaneous show tunes like "Kill the Turkey" and "Gravy Boat," a duet with Linda's sister Gayle (Megan Mullally). Eugene Mirman gives fart-sampling aspiring musician and middle child Gene a blustery enthusiasm on "Silent Love" and "The Snake Song," and it's easy to hear why Dan Mintz's remarkably deadpan voice has made horse- and boy-crazy eldest daughter Tina Belcher a breakout character on "It's Called Fate (And It's Great)" and "Mononucleosis." Even the Belchers' most faithful customer, Teddy (Larry Murphy) gets a showcase with "I'm Falling for Helen." However, the show's most valuable player might be Mullally, who helps make "Electric Love," a duet between Gayle and the Belchers' landlord Mr. Fischoeder (Kevin Kline) about the relationship between Thomas Edison and his elephant Topsy one of the finest and funniest songs ever to appear on TV. Bob's Burgers excels at these kinds of set pieces, which range from showstoppers like "Die Hard/Working Girl Musical Medley" to inspired duets like the Bob (H. Jon Benjamin) and Louise (Kristen Schaal) number "Bad Stuff Happens in the Bathroom." The show's grasp of pop culture is just as brilliant, spanning references to French pop on "Jeff (Il Est Mort)" to pick-up artists on "The Prince of Persuasia." The series' long-running love affair with the '80s shines on the Goonies tribute "Taffy Butt," which finds Cyndi Lauper transforming "Good Enough" into a musical epilogue to a disappointing treasure hunt in an abandoned taffy factory. The line between parody and homage gets blurrier on the songs by boy band Boyz 4 Now; "Coal Mine" and "I Love You So Much It's Scary" are just as catchy -- and a lot funnier -- than the output of their real-life counterparts. The Bob's Burgers Music Album gets even more meta on the indie rock covers of some of the show's best songs, including St. Vincent's standout version of Tina's identity crisis "Bad Girls." The sheer size of The Bob's Burgers Music Album means that Gene Belcher might be the only one with the stamina to listen to the entire set more than once, but it's great for obsessive fans who can finally own the whole shebang. © Heather Phares /TiVo
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