Tra La La Song, The (One Banana, Two Banana) - Liz Phair/Material Issue
Go, Speed Racer, Go! - Sponge
Sugar, Sugar - Mary Lou Lord/Semisonic
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? - Matthew Sweet
Josie and the Pussycats - Juliana Hatfield/Tanya Donelly
Bugaloos, The - Collective Soul
Underdog - Butthole Surfers
Gigantor - Helmet
Spiderman - Ramones
Jonny Quest/Stop That Pigeon - The Reverend Horton Heat
Open Up Your Heart and Let the Sun Shine In - Frente!
Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah (Means I Love You) - Violent Femmes
Fat Albert Theme - Dig
I'm Popeye the Sailor Man - Face to Face
Friends/Sigmund and the Seamonsters - Tripping Daisy
Goolie Get-Together - Toadies
Hong Kong Phooey - Sublime
H.R. Pufnstuf - Murmurs
Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy - Wax
Includes liner notes by Ralph Sall.
Personnel: Tom Gardocki (vocals, guitar, horns); Scott Hackwith (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Todd Lewis (vocals, guitar, background vocals); Gordon Gano, Jim Ellison, Juliana Hatfield, Page Hamilton, Trever Keith, Brad Nowell (vocals, guitar); Heather Grody (vocals, acoustic guitar); Mary Lou Lord, Matthew Sweet (vocals, background vocals); Joe Sib, Gibby Haynes, Dave Georgeff, Ted Ansani, Joey Ramone, Liz Phair, Angie Hart, Tim DeLaughter, Tanya Donelly (vocals); Dan Wilson, Darrel Herbert, Chad Yaro, Matt Riddle, Paul Leary (guitar, background vocals); Ross Childress, Wes Berggren, Simon Austin, Rob Echeverria, Joey Mazzola, Johnny Ramone, Richard Lloyd (guitar); Daniel Rey (electric guitar); Daniel Denholm (organ); Jacob Slichter (keyboards, drums, percussion, background vocals); Joe McGinty, Michael Railton (keyboards); Brian Ritchie (xylophone, background vocals); Mike Zelenko, Chris Gorman, Bryan Wakeland (drums, percussion); Rob Kurth, King Coffey, Scott Churilla, Mark Reznicek, Guy Hoffman (drums, background vocals); John Stanier, Marky Ramone (drums); Phil Friedmann, Eric Wilson, Lisa Umbarger, Will Turpin (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Peter McCabe; Ralph Sall.
Liner Note Author: Ralph Sall.
Recording information: Andora Studios, L.A., CA; Chicago Recording Company, Chicago, IL; Fort Apache; Kingsound, L.A., CA; Ocean Way, L.A., CA.
Illustrators: Gary Panter; Glenn Barr; Andrew Davis .
Photographers: Michael Muller; John Falls; Josh Coffman; Michael Lavine; Michael Halsband; Jeff Bender; Andrew Catlin.
Unknown Contributor Role: Mary Lou Lord.
What could be better for mid-'90s nostalgia than a trip to our pajama-wearing pasts with SATURDAY MORNING CATOONS' GREATEST HITS? Stay tuned as our favorite alterna-stars remember their teddy bear-clutching, remote-control-hogging youths. Listen to Dig funk their way through the theme from "Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids," to Liz Phair and Material Issue put their pop stamp on the Banana Splits ("The Tra-La-La Song"), and to the Violent Femmes as they add their typically wry humor to Judy Jetson's romantic tryst with rocker Jet Screamer in "Eep Op Ork A A (Means I Love You)."
Q (10/96, p.173) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...19 tracks of puerile fun....prime party karaoke material."
Alternative Press (5/96, p.88) - 4 (out of 5) - "...Fun? Yes..."