South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut - Marc Shaiman
Based upon Trey Parker & Matt Stone's short "The Spirit of Christmas" comes South Park. A show set in South Park, Colorado and set on the adventures of four foul-mouthed fourth-graders being: Eric Cartman, the rude, obnoxious, sadistic, racist, fat kid; Stan Marsh, a quiet kid with a huge crush on Wendy Testaberger (in which he usually ends up vomiting whenever she talks to her or when something gross occurs); Kyle Brofloski, the religious Jewish kid who Cartman picks on for being Jewish; and Kenny, the orange parka-hooded kid who (pretty much) dies in almost every episode.
Two years later the animated cartoon hit the big screen in their first, and so far only, adventure, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. And what a controversy it created. Trey Parker and Matt Stone had to fight with the MPAA in order to get the movie a R rating. The movie is a musical in the style of Disney films, but with naughty subjects and very bad language. Trey Parker wrote the songs for the film along with film composer, Marc Shaiman.
Sadly, Marc Shaimans original score for the film was not commercially released. He wrote a big orchestral score for the film and blends the songs all together. The CD release only featured the songs from the film plus a few bonus songs from various artists.
Luckily, a promo surfaced a few years after the films release. This release features Marc Shaimans complete original score plus the film versions of the songs which are different then the ones featured on the soundtrack (exp. some different lyrics, more orchestrations)
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