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The music in Catscratch is a peculiar genre, but a fun one nonetheless. Of course as Catscratch is lacking a DVD release, the next best thing to use in order to isolate these tracks is a series of recordings from Česká Televize, or any other good quality encodes we come across. Through a process of vocal removal in the program Audacity, we're compiling these tracks little by little. Any of these can be used for projects of any kind, if you'd so desire.

The music in the series is composed by Terry Scott Taylor and edited together by Robert Watson.

The Isolated Tracks Edit

The captions contain further details for each track and most titles are unofficial.

More will be added as time goes by!
"Catscratch" Intro Theme (Instrumental)

"Catscratch" Intro Theme (Instrumental)

This one was the simplest to do, as it was sourced from the Nick Picks 3 DVD. The title can still be heard, but there's not much that can be done about that.

Catscratch BGM Sample, Another Reason Catscratch Could Use A Good DVD Release

Catscratch BGM Sample, Another Reason Catscratch Could Use A Good DVD Release.

This one was sourced from REGRET's encodes of the 2015 "Holla"days reruns. It's the BGM to the scene in "Core-uption" where Gordon and Kimberly are frolicking in the newly altered world.

Catscratch BGM - Mr

Catscratch BGM - Mr. Blik Attempts To Sleep

This BGM was sourced from a raw recording of Kočkoškrab on Česká televize. This is in a scene in "Life Savers" where Gordon's safety and convenience precautions prevent Blik from sleeping.

Catscratch OST - "Dark Fun" 60 FPS

Catscratch OST - "Dark Fun" 60 FPS

This one was sourced from SweetHeart23's encodes of Kočkoškrab. This plays in ''Scaredy Cat", "Zombie Party a Go-Go!" and "EVIL". The footage's frame rate was converted to 60FPS for novelty purposes.

Catscratch "My Bodyguards" Deleted Scene Storyboards Dubbing Track

Catscratch "My Bodyguards" Deleted Scene Storyboards Dubbing Track

This video contains a mini collection of incidentals for quick impacts. This also contains one of the Chumpy Chump tracks.

Catscratch BGM - "How do I look?" & "Let's do this thing!"

Catscratch BGM - "How do I look?" & "Let's do this thing!"

The first one was from Robert Watson's website, while the second one was isolated from REGRET's aforementioned "Holla"days encodes.