South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (soundtrack)

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South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
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Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released June 15, 1999
Recorded 1998-99
Genre Comedy
Length 50:34
Label Atlantic
Producer Darren Higman
South Park chronology
Chef Aid: The South Park Album
(1998)Chef Aid: The South Park Album1998
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics
(1999)Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut - Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture is the soundtrack album to the film of the same name. The album was released on June 22, 1999, by Atlantic Records. The album inlay states that only the first 12 tracks on the album actually appear in the film. The remainder, described as being "inspired" by the movie, are mostly other acts performing alternate versions of those songs; however, D.V.D.A.'s "What Would Brian Boitano Do? Pt. II" and Michael McDonald's "Eyes of a Child" are played in the closing credits. The songs were all written by Trey Parker and Marc Shaiman.


  1. "Good Love" - Performed By Chef
  2. "Eyes Of A Child" - Performed By Michael McDonald
  3. "Mountain Town" - Performed By The Cast Of South Park
  1. "Good Love" - Performed By Chef
  2. "Kyle's Mom's A Big Fat Bitch" (Radio Edit) - Performed By Eric Cartman and Joe C
  3. "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" (Cast Version) - Performed By Kyle, Cartman & Stan
  1. "Blame Canada" (Main Version)
  2. "Blame Canada (O Canada)" (Main Version)
  • "What Would Brian Boitano Do? Pt. II" - Promotional Single Only
  1. "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" (Pt. II)
  2. "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" (Cast Version)
  • Shut Yo Face (Uncle F*cka)/Riches To Rags (MMMKay) [12" Split][3]
Side A: Trick Daddy ft. Trina & Tre+6 - Shut Yo Face (Unclef**ka)
  1. "Album Version" - Performed By Trick Daddy, Trina, & Tre+6
  2. "Instrumental"
  3. "Acapella"
Side B: Nappy Roots - Riches To Rags (MMMKay)
  1. "Radio Edit" - Performed By Nappy Roots
  2. "Album Version"
  3. "Instrumental"

Track listing[edit]

# Song Time (minutes) Characters Artists
1 "Mountain Town" 4:27 Stan Marsh
Kenny McCormick
Kyle Broflovski
Eric Cartman
Sharon Marsh
Sheila Broflovski
Trey Parker
Matt Stone
Mary Kay Bergman
2 "Uncle Fucka" 1:06 Terrance and Phillip Trey Parker
Matt Stone
3 "It's Easy, M'Kay" 1:54 Mr. Mackey
Stan Marsh
Eric Cartman
Kyle Broflovski
Wendy Testaburger
Trey Parker
Matt Stone
Mary Kay Bergman
4 "Blame Canada" 1:35 Sheila Broflovski
Sharon Marsh
Liane Cartman
Ms. McCormick
Mary Kay Bergman
5 "Kyle's Mom's a Bitch" 1:15 Eric Cartman Trey Parker
Marc Shaiman
6 "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" 1:34 Stan Marsh
Kyle Broflovski
Eric Cartman
Trey Parker
Matt Stone
7 "Up There" 2:23 Satan the Dark Prince Trey Parker
8 "La Resistance (Medley)" 1:52 Gregory
The people of South Park
Howard McGillin
Mary Kay Bergman
Matt Stone
Trey Parker
the cast from the movie
9 "Eyes of a Child" 3:39 Michael McDonald
10 "I Can Change" 2:05 Saddam Hussein
Matt Stone
Trey Parker
11 "I'm Super" 1:26 Big Gay Al Trey Parker
12 "Mountain Town (Reprise)" 1:02 The people of South Park Isaac Hayes
Trey Parker
Matt Stone
Mary Kay Bergman
13 "Good Love" 3:31 Chef Isaac Hayes
14 "Shut Yo Face (Uncle Fucka)" 3:59 Trick Daddy
Tre +6
15 "Riches to Rags (MKay)" 4:31 Nappy Roots
16 "Kyle's Mom's a Big Fat Bitch" 3:54 Joe C.
Kid Rock
17 "What Would Brian Boitano Do? Pt. II" 2:14 D.V.D.A
18 "I Swear It (I Can Change)" 2:44 Violent Femmes
19 "Super" 4:03 RuPaul
20 "O Canada" 1:10 Geddy Lee
Alex Lifeson
Terrance and Phillip
Geddy Lee
Alex Lifeson
Matt Stone
Trey Parker

Chart positions[edit]

Year Chart Peak
1999 New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)[4] 28
Canadian Albums (Nielsen SoundScan)[5] 20
US Billboard 200[5] 28
US Top Internet Albums (Billboard)[5] 4
2000 Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista)[6] 6
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[7] 15