Fraggle Rockin': A Collection

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Fraggle Rockin': A Collection (also pre-marketed as The Fraggle Rockin' Collection) is a three-disc CD box-set of Fraggle Rock music, released by KOCH Records on October 30, 2007, and contains all 53 tracks. The collector's edition includes photos and contributions from the original composers, including Dennis Lee and Philip Balsam,[1] as well as sheet music for select songs.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1: Fraggle Rock[edit]

  1. Fraggle Rock Theme
  2. Follow Me
  3. Convincing John
  4. Doozer Knitting Song
  5. Do It On My Own
  6. Wemblin' Fool
  7. Why?
  8. Lost and Found
  9. Catch the Tail by the Tiger
  10. Brave Boy, Jump Up
  11. Muck and Goo
  12. Friendship Song
  13. Fraggle Rock Rock
  14. Beetle Song
  15. Easy is the Only Way to Go
  16. Our Melody

Disc 2: Music and Magic[edit]

  1. Fraggle Rock Theme
  2. Pukka, Pukka, Pukka Squeetily Boink
  3. Let Me Be Your Song
  4. Wemblin' Fool
  5. Yes, We Can
  6. Catch the Tail by the Tiger
  7. There's a Lot I Want to Know
  8. Follow Me
  9. Friends 'Til The End
  10. Is It True?
  11. The Rock Goes On
  12. Pass It On
  13. Just Don't Know What Time it Is
  14. Convincing John
  15. Get Goin'
  16. Doozer Knitting Song
  17. The Way I've Go To Go
  18. Only Way Home
  19. Stuff Samba
  20. Sweet, Sweet Little Treat
  21. Closing Theme

Disc 3: Perfect Harmony[edit]

  1. Fraggle Rock Theme
  2. Go with the Flow
  3. Perfect Harmony
  4. Without a Hat
  5. Music Box
  6. Here to There
  7. Sail Away
  8. Workin'
  9. Dum De Dum
  10. Ragtime Queen
  11. I Seen Troubles
  12. Dreaming of Someone
  13. Pantry Chant
  14. Helping Hand
  15. Time to Live as One
  16. Closing Theme

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Melchiorre, Giovanna (September 14, 2007). "KOCH RECORDS GETS DOWN WITH FRAGGLE ROCK!" (PDF). Koch Records (press release). Retrieved 2008-09-02.
  2. ^ "Fraggle Rockin' CD Details". The Muppet Newsflash. September 6, 2007. Archived from the original on August 31, 2010. Retrieved 2008-09-02.

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