There are 101 tracks in total on the Undertale Soundtrack, with tracks 78-101 considered "hidden" tracks.Tracks not present in normal gameplay or in the soundtrack can be found here.He says they refuse to play Spanish Flea when it's requested because "it's not a real Mexican song." __________________ 'Never say "no" to adventure. Otherwise you'll lead a very dull life.' -- Commander Caractacus Pott, R. We’re sitting there a couple of weeks ago, watching the kids from our church’s high school youth group doing a skit based on “The Dating Game” at their ’70s-themed fund-raising dinner. The lovely Janet turns to me and says, “You sound just like your dad.” (Dad is legendarily obsessive about the smallest details of railroading.) Everyone else at the table looks at me as if I have just arrived from Mars. They played that when they introduced the bachelorettes. UNDERTALE Soundtrack is the soundtrack album for Undertale, released September 15, 2015, and available for purchase from Bandcamp, Steam, i Tunes, the game's website, and available online for free at Spotify.All tracks are composed by Toby "Radiation" Fox with FL Studio.
Whipped Cream was used as the main theme song, and The Spanish Flea was the 'bachelor' music. v=glance Found something else: THE DATING GAME (1978-80)-Chuck Barris Main theme Closing theme ("Little Rosie") THE DATING GAME CUES (1968-74)-Herb Alpert: Bachelorette intro music ("Whipped Cream") Bachelor intro music ("Spanish Flea") Date intro music ("Lollipops and Roses") https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herb_Alpert "Ask Fun Trivia" strives to offer the best answers possible to trivia questions.
The song that lingers in everyone’s mind is “Whipped Cream,” by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass.
If you really must know, check out this portion of the Wiki entry on “The Dating Game.” Suffice it to say there was more to “The Dating Game” than one tune.
A full list of soundfonts and synths can be found here.
Note: Leitmotifs categorized as "minor" on the leitmotifs page are italicized.