Futurama Soundtrack (

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Philip J. Fry is a twenty-five-year-old delivery boy living in New York City who is cryogenically frozen on New Year's Eve 1999 for one thousand years, where he wakes up in New New York City on December 31, 2999. There, he meets Turanga Leela, a tough but loving, beautiful one-eyed alien; and Bender, an alcohol-powered bending robot who is addicted to liquor, cigars, stealing, amongst other things. Eventually, they all meet up with Fry's Great, Great, Great, et cetera... Nephew, Hubert J. Farnsworth. Farnsworth is a very old man who is a genius, but is very senile and forgetful.

Fry, Leela, and Bender wind up working for Farnsworth's Planet Express Delivery Service. They then meet their co-workers; Amy Wong, who is a Martian intern who comes from a rich family, but is still a human who is very hip. Also, there is Hermes Conrad, who manages the delivery service and is pretty strict. Hermes seems Jamaican in voice and look. And finally, there's Dr. John Zoidberg, a lobster-like alien who is the crew's doctor. Unfortunately, he knows nothing about humans.

Fry, Leela, Bender, and sometimes Amy and Dr. Zoidberg travel around the universe risking life and limb delivering packages and performing charitable tasks for tax deductions.

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Theme - From "Futurama"
Futurama Theme (From "Futurama") [Orchestrated]
Piano Sonata in B-Flat Major, Op. 35: "Funeral March"
The Hustle - Original Mix
Intergalactic - Remastered
Don't You (Forget About Me)
Walking On Sunshine
Super Disco Breakin' - Remastered
The James Bond Theme - 1995 Remaster
White Rabbit
Total Eclipse of the Heart
Car Wash
Bend Me, Shape Me - Single Version
Scarborough Fair / Canticle
Where It's At
Oh, Pretty Woman
Tom Sawyer
Futurama Series Theme (TV Version)
Christopher Tyng: Performer
Futurama Series Theme (C. Tyng Extended Remix)
Christopher Tyng: Performer

User reviews

Melissa Rodriguez

The iconic theme song of Futurama is instantly recognizable and sets the mood for each episode. Its catchy tune and futuristic sound make it a memorable and integral part of the show's identity.

Sarah Taylor

The variety of musical styles and genres used in the soundtrack of Futurama is impressive. From upbeat and energetic tunes during action sequences to more melancholic melodies during emotional moments, the music always hits the right notes.

Laura Lopez

The theme song itself is catchy and iconic, setting the tone for each episode and instantly immersing viewers in the world of Futurama.

Andrew Carter

Overall, the Futurama soundtrack is a delightful mix of catchy melodies, atmospheric soundscapes, and humorous cues that complement the show's humor and sci-fi elements, making it a joy to listen to both in and out of the context of the series.

Melissa Johnson

The soundtrack of Futurama did not effectively capture the futuristic and adventurous spirit of the show. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the innovative and imaginative elements that could have enhanced the viewing experience.

Carol Clark

The variety of musical styles in the soundtrack keeps each episode fresh and engaging, from upbeat and energetic tunes to more emotional and poignant melodies.

Brian Hall

The music in Futurama enhances the comedic and adventurous moments in the series, adding depth and emotion to the characters' interactions and the various worlds they explore.

Charles Harris

Overall, the Futurama soundtrack is a standout feature of the series, elevating the storytelling and character development with its memorable and well-crafted compositions.

Betty Harris

The jazzy and futuristic sound of the music fits perfectly with the retro-futuristic aesthetic of the show, creating a cohesive and immersive viewing experience.

Patricia Allen

Additionally, the use of repetitive themes and motifs in the soundtrack became tiresome and predictable, failing to create a dynamic and engaging atmosphere for the diverse and quirky characters of the series. The lack of variety and creativity in the musical composition detracted from the overall enjoyment of the show, leaving a sense of missed opportunity for enhancing the storytelling through sound.

Ashley Clark

The Futurama soundtrack perfectly captures the futuristic and quirky atmosphere of the show, blending electronic and orchestral elements seamlessly.

Michelle White

The use of different musical styles and motifs in the soundtrack of Futurama helps to establish the diverse and eclectic universe in which the characters live, from upbeat and lively tunes to more somber and contemplative pieces.

Michael Lopez

The music enhances the comedic moments in the series, adding an extra layer of humor to the already hilarious dialogue and situations.

Thomas Smith

The Futurama soundtrack perfectly captures the futuristic and quirky tone of the show, blending electronic and orchestral elements to create a unique and memorable listening experience.

Deborah Moore

The soundtrack of Futurama is an absolute delight to listen to. The music perfectly captures the futuristic and adventurous tone of the show, enhancing the viewer's experience.

Mary White

The soundtrack effectively enhances the action sequences in the show, adding intensity and excitement to the adventures of Fry, Leela, and Bender as they travel through space.