Awesome Music / SpongeBob SquarePants

Despite its intended audience of children, the SpongeBob SquarePants franchise has amazing soundtracks to fit the mood.

You can find songs from SpongeBob games here.
"'Cause it's sweet, sweet victory, yeah!"
  • The hilariously narmy "Krusty Krab Pizza" song from "Pizza Delivery". "KRUSTY KRA-A-A-YEAH-YEAH-AH-AH PIZZAAAAA! IS THE PIZZA YEAH FOR YOU AND...MEEEEEEEEEEEE-HEE-HEE-HEEEEEEEE!"
  • Sailing Over the Dogger Bank is the salty, earthy sea shanty that opens Season 2's "Sailor Mouth".
  • Tom Fool is the lithe, fanciful and surprisingly infectious woodwind music from the opening of "The Campfire Episode".
  • Dangerous A is the rumbling, Jaws-esque Nightmare Fuel cue from "Clams" and several other scary episodes of the series. Death Trap manages to top it with blaring, fearful horns and a skirmish xylophone.
  • Music to Drive By is the rarely-used, upbeat, happy-go-lucky big band music SpongeBob and Mystery bond to, and one of the most impressive pieces of original music in the series.
    • Stealth by Night deserves a mention for its spine-tingling atmospheric build-up.
    • Superquick is in a similar vein and is Mr. Krabs' joyous, percussion-heavy victory music over making his millionth dollar in "Clams".
  • Wonderland of Snow is probably the most Christmas-y song you'll ever listen to.
  • Stack of Leis is the musical equivalent to just relaxing and resting after a long day, and letting your body give itself out.
  • Hawaiian Flower and Hawaiian Train: two similarly themed songs that are both Sweet Dreams Fuel from start to end. Let's also add in Hawaiian Calypso.
  • Secret Service is SpongeBob and Patrick's super smooth and relentless spy music from "Wet Painters" and "Spy Buddies".
  • Sneak Up is the sleazy, creeping big band theme for SpongeBob's more... criminal activities.
  • Saxaboogie is the go-to song to get any party up and hoppin'. No, seriously. It's that good. It's commonly associated with Larry the Lobster and Goo Lagoon.
    • Stars and Games is another sax-driven track to get a beach party started.
    • Another Larry-related song is the rocking Surfing Summer, the instrumentals of which often appeared in pre-movie episodes.
  • What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor is the jovial, accordion rendition of the classic sea shanty "The Drunken Sailor" and Mr. Krabs' theme throughout the series.
  • Up She Rises is a bombastic fanfare that quickly turns into a proud, militant variation of the theme for Mr. Krabs and the Krusty Krab.