The Simpsons ‎– The Simpsons Sing The Blues

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Geffen Records ‎– 7599-24308-2
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1 Do The Bartman
Producer – Bryan Loren
5:10
2 School Day
Narrator – Buster Poindexter
3:56
3 Born Under A Bad Sign 3:08
4 Moanin' Lisa Blues 4:48
5 Deep, Deep Trouble
Producer – DJ Jazzy Jeff
4:27
6 God Bless The Child 4:29
7 I Love To See You Smile 3:07
8 Springfield Soul Stew 2:37
9 Look At All Those Idiots 3:51
10 Sibling Rivalry 4:40

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  • Barcode: 075992430821
  • Label Code: LC 7266
  • Matrix / Runout: 759924308-2 RSA
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 47) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GHS 24308 The Simpsons The Simpsons Sing The Blues(LP, Album) Geffen Records GHS 24308 US 1990 Sell This Version
M5G 24308 The Simpsons The Simpsons Sing The Blues(Cass, Album) Geffen Records M5G 24308 US 1990 Sell This Version
KCT 4002500, 4002500 The Simpsons The Simpsons Sing The Blues(Cass, Album) Geffen Records, Geffen Records KCT 4002500, 4002500 Costa Rica 1990 Sell This Version
MSG 24308 The Simpsons The Simpsons Sing The Blues(Cass, Dob) Geffen Records MSG 24308 Philippines 1990 Sell This Version
GEF 24308 (5C), 5C GEF-24308 The Simpsons The Simpsons Sing The Blues(LP, Album) Geffen Records, Geffen Records GEF 24308 (5C), 5C GEF-24308 Spain 1991 Sell This Version

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curiositykilledshawn

curiositykilledshawn

August 2, 2017

I remember seeing this in music store windows when I was 10-years-old and wishing I had the funds to buy it. The Simpsons were still an elusive property back than with few channels in the UK broadcasting regularly. If you wanted to see any episodes you had to purchase or rent double-episode VHS tapes.

While the majority of this album sounds rather 90s it holds up a lot better than you'd think. A couple of the songs are actually novelty covers (a fad I usually hate) of Chuck Berry and Albert King, but Do the Bartman is the leading track on the album, which is you may think is a "classic" but of all the Simpsons singles and numbers over the years Bartman is the one that dated the fastest and is a little cringy these days. Personally, I always thought that Deep, Deep Trouble, featured here, was a better track that didn't get the airtime it deserved.

Besides the opening track, there's nothing on this album that isn't enjoyable and it is still a lot of fun 27 years later. I especially like Track 9 - Look At All Those Idiots, sung my Mr. Burns. If you see this cheap in a store (likely thrift) don't hesitate to spend a couple of bucks on it.