There are many joys to savor in the sensational and willfully silly cartoon series Bob’s Burgers, but chief among them might be the show’s compunction for having characters burst into song at the slightest provocation. And after years of fans crying out for a comprehensive soundtrack that would include every Belcher belting, the TV Gods have at long last answered our prayers.
Sub Pop will be releasing the Bob’s Burgers soundtrack on March 12th, and it will boast 112 tracks. That’s not a typo. 112 songs, from the bawdy “Lifting Up The Skirt of the Night,” to the not subtle “Oil Spill,” to the ingenious “Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl” and Cyndi Lauper’s playful “Taffy Butt.”
Also making appearances on this dizzying album are Bob’s Buskers: Sleater-Kinney, St. Vincent, and The National—who might be the biggest Bob’s Burgers fans out there. You can revisit their jams below:
You can see the full list, and pre-order the album here.
What’s your favorite Bob’s Burger song? Tell us in comments.
Source: Consequence of Sound