Various Artists - Rick & Morty - 2x LP Vinyl

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Rick & Morty
Various Artists
12" Vinyl


Two single-pocket LP jackets housed together in a custom die-cut slipcase. Full color, printed inner sleeves with credits and thank yous. Includes digital download code.

From the brilliantly twisted imaginations of Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, animated cult favorite Rick and Morty disguises emotional depth and existential crisis with a heavy dose of foul humor and sci-fi genius. Appropriately, the show's first soundtrack also balances that oddball hilarity with emotional gravity, sometimes within the same song ("Fathers and Daughters" is a fine, scatological example).

Journeying through the first three seasons, The Rick and Morty Original Television Soundtrack compiles the best musical moments and fan favorites, including the Cromulon hits "Get Schwifty" and "Raised Up"; Fart's interstellar Bowie-ballad "Goodbye Moonmen" (performed by Flight of the Conchords' Jemaine Clement); and the graphic grossout R&B slow jam, "Terryfold." Novelty gags "The Small Intestine Song" (modeled after "It's a Small World"), MC Haps' old-school hip-hop ditty "The Flu Hatin' Rap," and the rave-pop "Summer and Tinkles" make brief appearances, while a pair of Tiny Rick's urgent pleas for help ("Help Me I'm Gonna Die" and "Let Me Out") pull listeners back to the emotional core of the show, where care and concern for these characters somehow exists.

Beautiful original compositions such as the piano-driven "Jerry's Rick"; the Enya-goes-tribal "African Dream Pop"; the shimmering "Tales from the Citadel"; and the epic heartbreaker "Unity Says Goodbye" allow series composer Ryan Elder to shine, while clever inclusions from Mazzy Star ("Look on Down from the Bridge"), Chad VanGaalen ("Stuttering Lights"), and Belly ("Seal My Fate") recall crucial plot points. Of these, the best-utilized cuts also soundtracked some of the show's darkest, most shocking moments, including "For the Damaged Coda," the Blonde Redhead track that was used to devastating effect in two key reveals, and "Do You Feel It," the Lorde-esque Chaos Chaos song that played during an anguished suicide attempt. Even in the absence of certain show tunes and Nine Inch Nails' strategically placed "Hurt," The Rick and Morty Original Television Soundtrack is a crowd-pleaser, showcasing the wit and heart of this Emmy-winning show with a companion soundtrack that is as wildly inventive and surprisingly emotional.
A1–Ryan ElderRick And Morty Theme
A2–Ryan ElderJerry's Rick
A3–Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland, Ryan ElderThe Small Intestine Song
A4–Dan Harmon, Ryan ElderThe Flu Hatin' Rap
A5–Ryan ElderAfrican Dream Pop
A6–Mazzy StarLook On Down From The Bridge
A7–Justin Roiland, Lauren Hillman, Ryan ElderThe Rick Dance
B1–Jemaine Clement, Ryan ElderGoodbye Moonmen
B2–Tara Strong (2), Jevin Smith, Ryan ElderSummer And Tinkles
B3–Chaos ChaosDo You Feel It
B4–Ryan ElderUnity Says Goodbye
B5–Justin Roiland, Ryan ElderGet Schwifty (C-131)
B6–Justin Roiland, Ryan ElderRaised Up (C-131)
B7–Clipping.Stab Him In The Throat
C1–Justin Roiland, Ryan ElderHelp Me I'm Gonna Die
C2–Justin Roiland, Ryan ElderLet Me Out
C3–Chaos ChaosMemories
C4–Chad VanGaalenStuttering Light
C5–Dan Harmon, Ryan ElderAlien Jazz Rap
C6–Blonde RedheadFor The Damaged Coda
C7–Dan Harmon, Asya (3), Chloe (4), Ryan ElderFathers And Daughters
D1–BellySeal My Fate
D2–Chaos Chaos, Justin RoilandTerryfold
D3–Ryan ElderTales From The Citadel
D4–Ryan ElderRick And Morty Score Medley
D5–Ryan ElderHuman Music

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