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The Muppet Show: Music, Mayhem, and More

The Muppet Show: Music, Mayhem, and More
Compilation album by The Muppets
Released September 17, 2002
Genre Comedy music, variety
Label Rhino
The Muppets chronology
Muppets from Space: Original Motion Picture Score
(1999)
The Muppet Show: Music, Mayhem, and More
(2002)
Best of the Muppets featuring The Muppets' Wizard of Oz
(2005)

The Muppet Show: Music, Mayhem, and More is a Muppets soundtrack/compilation album released in 2002 by Rhino. Its release commemorates the 25th anniversary of The Muppet Show. Although the disc is considered a Muppets Show and Muppets soundtrack collection, it includes two tracks that originated on Sesame Street (Mahna Mahna and Bein' Green).

This was the last Muppet album to be produced by an outside record label. After the purchase of The Muppet Show characters by the Walt Disney Company in 2004, their flagship music label, Walt Disney Records, became The Muppets' permanent music producer then onward.

Track listing

Track Listing
No. Title Writer(s) Artist(s) Length
1. "The Muppet Show Theme"   Sam Pottle, Jim Henson The Muppets 0:55
2. "Mahna Mahna/Lullaby of Birdland"   Piero Umiliani, George Shearing, George David Weiss Mahna Mahna and the Snowths 2:17
3. "There's a New Sound"   Tony Burello Scooter 4:29
4. "The Amazing Marvin Suggs and His Muppaphone Play 'Lady Of Spain'"     Marvin Suggs 1:38
5. "Trees"   Joyce Kilmer, Oscar Rabach Sam the Eagle, Wayne and Wanda 0:40
6. "A Monologue by Fozzie Bear"   Dialogue- Jerry Juhl, Jim Henson, Frank Oz Fozzie Bear and Kermit the Frog 1:51
7. "Bein' Green"   Joe Raposo Kermit 2:13
8. "Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear"   Randy Newman Scooter and Fozzie Bear 1:57
9. "Tenderly"   Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem 2:00
10. "Wishing Song"     Gonzo the Great 2:28
11. "What Now My Love?"   Gilbert Bécaud, Pierre Delanoë Miss Piggy 2:17
12. "Happy Feet"     Kermit and Frog Chorus 1:38
13. "We Got Us"   McKenzie, Paul Roemen The Muppets 1:24
14. "Closing Theme (Instrumental)"   Pottle, Henson   0:57
15. "Rainbow Connection"   Paul Williams, Kenneth Ascher Kermit 3:16
16. "Movin' Right Along"   Williams, Ascher Kermit and Fozzie 2:57
17. "Can You Picture That?"   Williams, Ascher Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem 2:31
18. "Finale: The Magic Store"   Williams, Ascher The Muppets 5:19
19. "Hey A Movie!"   Raposo Kermit 2:41
20. "Happiness Hotel"   Raposo The Muppets 3:05
21. "The First Time It Happens"   Raposo Miss Piggy and Kermit 4:12
22. "Together Again"   Jeff Moss Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie and The Muppets 2:53
23. "I'm Going To Always Love You"   Moss Miss Piggy, Kermit , Fozzie, Rowlf the Dog, Scooter, Gonzo 2:57
24. "He'll Make Me Happy"   Moss Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the Muppets 2:05
25. "One More Sleep 'Til Christmas"   Williams Kermit 2:49
26. "Love Led Us Here"   Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil Kermit and Miss Piggy 2:22
27. "I'm Going to Go Back There Someday"   Williams, Ascher Gonzo 3:29

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