The Muppet Show 2 (album)
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|The Muppet Show 2|
|Soundtrack album by The Muppets|
|Producer||Jim Henson and Peter Harris|
|The Muppets chronology|
The Muppet Show 2 is the second soundtrack album released from the TV show of the same name. It follows the same format of sketches and songs as the first album, but also includes guest-star appearances by Bernadette Peters and Peter Sellers.
- "The Muppet Show Theme"
- "Baby Face"
- "There's a New Sound"
- "A Monologue by Fozzie Bear"
- "Cuento Le Gusta"
- "Time in a Bottle"
- "An Editorial by Sam the Eagle"
- "At the Dance"
- "Just One Person" (with Bernadette Peters)
- "Happy Feet"
- "Pigs in Space"
- "I'm Five"
- "Sea Chantey"
- "New York State of Mind"
- "The Pig Calypso"
- "A Gypsy's Violin" (with Peter Sellers)
- "Wishing Song"
- "Animal Sings Gershwin"
- "For What It's Worth"
- "We Got Us"
- "Closing Theme"
- The album also ends with Kermit locking up the theater after everyone is assumingly out, and he and Miss Piggy leave for dinner. After about 30 seconds, it is revealed that Fozzie Bear was forgotten about (possibly from being knocked unconscious after falling off the stage during his monologue, and just coming to) and is left locked in the theater with the lights out. He then starts repeating "Help." rather monotonically as the album fades out.
- Jim Henson as Kermit the Frog, Rowlf, Link Hogthrob and Waldorf
- Frank Oz as Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, Animal and Sam the Eagle
- Jerry Nelson as Floyd, Robin and Dr. Strangepork
- Richard Hunt as Scooter, Statler and Janice
- Dave Goelz as Gonzo and Zoot
- Louise Gold as Zelda and Others