Back in 1997, The Simpsons had their second album, which was a TV soundtrack, titled The Simpsons: Songs In The Key Of Springfield – Original Music From The Television Series. Many of the later episodes had original music and many of the tracks have dialogue from those episodes that went with the songs, which separates them into at least several sections. If you’re only looking for the songs, you’ll have to use the fast forward button more often than usual when you listen to a CD. I admit that it can be a pain in the neck sometimes.
Some of the highlights are from classic Simpsons episodes from the 90s like “Oh, Streetcar”, “Homer and Apu”, “Two Dozen and One Greyhounds”, and “Round Springfield”, which features Bleeding Gums Murphy. Remember him?
The soundtrack even includes musical scores from episodes like “Tree House of Horror V”, “Homer’s Barbershop Quartet”, and “Who Shot Mr. Burns (Part One)”. Many of these songs were covered on the much later episode “All Singing, All Dancing”.