For me it's a tie: 1. "Push it to the limit" - from Cartman in the Special Olympics. Was used in Scarface.
2. "Let's Fighting Love" from Fun with Weapons- brilliant and incredibly funny. Read the translation and die laughing.
Honorable mention to a recent episode with a Paul Stanley song- I believe it might have been in World of Warfare. That song is f***ing awesome!!!
Montage, from Asspen.
I don't count musical moments that have songs sung by people other than Trey.
Kenny "Con Te Partiro"--Quints
Cartman "In the Ghetto"--Chickenpox
Cartman "Lucille"--Ginger Kids
Cartman & Congress "Heat of the Moment"--Kenny Dies
Kyle "I Can See Clearly"--Salty Chocolate Balls
Butters "If You Leave Me Now"--AWESOM-O and Casa Bonita
"Something in My Front Pocket"--F'd in the A
The Hobbit-style songs--Tolerance/Lemmiwinks
T&P "Uncle F*cka"--BLU
Karaoke singing "Take On Me"--Asspen end credits
"You're the Best"--Losing Edge; I also heard it on an episode of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," which made me LMFAO!
2: The song used in the Mormins episode, I'm not sure what its called, but it was great.
3: La Resistance, which is my favourite.
SP has always had some of the best choice of songs present.
nolly3813 wrote:I love to see A Very Crappy Christmas coz that ep is
full of musical moments !!
Mr.Hunkey and his son's 'Lion King' thing and Stan and Kyle's 'The nightmare before Christmas' thing which
I'm not so sure.
When Kyle's face unexpectidly changed, it scared me a lot though
That wasn't "Nightmare," although the change of face may lead to them.
That face, as well as the song, was a take on a '70s "Night Before Christmas," and was modeled after the Rankin/Bass animation style, like in the old Rudolph/Frosty/other Xmas specials of that time.
"Death Camp of Tolerance" also featured songs of that kind while Lemmiwinks went on his journey up through Mr. Slave. For specifics, check "The Hobbit" ('77) and listen mostly for the score by Glenn Yarborough. Then let me know whether you felt your skin crawl.
Cartman & Kyle singing "Sail Away"
Wizard of Oz episode "Christmas Time In Canada"
Christmas Time In Hell - Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics
Merry f*cking Christmas by Mr. Garrison
In The Ghetto by Cartman
You Guys Are My Best Friends by The Evil Eric Cartman
Perhaps I should try and rekindle that love lost long ago by Mrs. Garrison (Follow That Egg)
Circle of Poo - A Very Crappy Christmas
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