This page is a showcase of all of the associated production music in Pencil 2.O that start with the letter M.
|Pencil 2.O Production Music Indices|
Mambo Fantastico was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- Cycle of Life - "Haha! You didn't make it on the team!"
Manic Polka was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- Insectophobe's Nightmare - Played during the contest.
Marching to HonoluluEdit
Marching to Honolulu was composed by Kapono Beamer. This song is based on "Hawaiian Hotel March".
- Don't Lose Your Marbles - "So the voting will only be between the four of you."
- Get in the Van - "Um, can you spin it for me, Book?"
- Showscape! - "How is it that we barely changed after, like, all these years?"
- Attack of the Six Foot Californians - "Oh, how I love that word!"
Marlin March was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.
- Sweet Tooth - Played during the tiebreaker.
- Not Sco Much Viller - "In fact, if this were actually, like, pure capsaicin right now, I wouldn't notice until a few seconds from now, considering my genetic trait of selectively delayed reactions."
Martial Crisis was composed by Jack Shaindlin.
- Attack of the Six Foot Californians - at the mall jail.
Maui Beach was composed by Hans Haider.
- Are You Smarter Than a Snowball? - "Which one? It is your turn to vote."
Me for YouEdit
Me for You was composed by George Callert.
- Le Voyage dans la Poubelle - "Mum, 'ave I got to go to this night college thing?"
- Sweet Tooth - Played when Flower judges the cakes.
Menace from the DeepEdit
Menace from the Deep was composed by Robert Cornford.
- Pilot - Blocky enters the elevator.
- In Caterva Jubilo - The Gang surround the Alliance at the table.
- The Nightmare of Camp Nidhamu - The lights in the neighbourhood flicker off.
Metropolis was composed by Jack Brown.
- Get Digging - Played when Needle, Gelatin and Puffball return with the ingredients; yoyleberries are poured in the stew. (old version)
Middle East MosaicEdit
Middle East Mosaic was composed by Gilbert Vinter.
- The Nightmare of Camp Nidhamu - Played at the lost Yoyle City.
Mining by MoonlightEdit
Mining by Moonlight was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- Vas-A-Yop - The kids read the comments.
- The Pennsylvania-Vermont Ocean - At the costume shop.
- Will He or Won't He? - "Woah, that's a really cool suitcase!"
- Attack of the Six Foot Californians - "I can see why you'd want to take that option, you're into all that popular stuff anyways"; "Ah, good evening, General Sofer and family."
Mirage was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- Insectophobe's Nightmare 2 - Played during the flashback.
- No More Snow! - Introduction.
- Showscape! - "You saw them on BFDIA."
- Will He or Won't He? - The calm music playing as Pencil takes a relaxing bath.
- The Softening - The third-dimension reality changes immediately.
Mission Improbable was composed by Barry Anthony.
- In Caterva Jubilo - the beginning
- Reveal Novum - "We have to escape."
- State Minds Drink Alike - the beginning
- Drill Sergeant Daddy - Blocky steals from IKNO.
- Dates and Schoolgates - "It's been six hours and suspect is still on the computer"; "Now let's see what my daughter's boyfriend's looking up that's so hateful."
Mistake the GetawayEdit
Mistake the Getaway was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- Power of Three - "We're in first!"
Mists of IllusionEdit
Mists of Illusion was composed by Gilbert Vinter.
- Will He or Won't He? - "Javier, why did you change the alarm clock?"
- Attack of the Six Foot Californians - "Omg, wot 'appened?"
The Mob was composed by Sam Spence. Retaining the SpongeBob tradition, this often plays as a police theme.
- Pilot - "Aye, th- thet's me."
- Showscape! - Pen beats up Eraser.
- Dates and Schoolgates - Officer Dollar approaches.
Moloka'i Nui was composed by Kapono Beamer. It is based on "Moloka'i Nui A Hina", a traditional hula.
- Pilot - The crowd cheers at Pencil's name.
- Barriers and Pitfalls - "Hey, watch this!"; "Beep, time's up."
- Will He or Won't He? - "So, kids, 'ow'd'ee like yer las' day o' school?"
Moloka'i Nui BEdit
- In Caterva Jubilo - "In that case, welcome to the alliance!"
- Barriers and Pitfalls - "Hey, watch this!"
Monocle and Pocket-watchEdit
Monocle and Pocket-watch was composed by Brian Gulland.
- Insectophobe's Nightmare 2 - "Oh my gosh, it's a bug!"
- Not Sco Much Viller - "Cil, you haven't put away your stuff yet?"
- The Best Unrest - Gelatin apologizes for ruining the party.
Moonlight Hall was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- The Long-lost Yoyle City - Played when FreeSmart was driving through the Yoyle City.
Moon Walk was composed by John Fox.
- In Caterva Jubilo - "Why are we at a cemetary?"
- Reveal Novum - "Spongy, Firey and Pencil."
- Will He or Won't He? - "Who knew that driving yourself would make you hate everyone else?"
- Attack of the Six Foot Californians - "Omg, we're 'eaded ter Earth!"
Motivator was composed by Kevin MacLeod. In the show, thing song was shown to have existed as early as 1989.
- Bowling, Now with Explosions! - Played during the advertisements.
- Insectophobe's Nightmare - Played during the advertisements.
- Will He or Won't He? - "What is this show?"
Mountain Spirits is a Swiss song composed by Martin Beeler.
- In Search of Brother - "Più zucchero, per favore?"
Move Forward was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
Movement Proposition was composed by Kevin MacLeod. This song is most known for starting BFDIA.
- Le Voyage dans la Poubelle - Match throws the book towards Eraser.
- Half a Loaf Is Better Than None - Played during the rejoining contest.
- Don't Pierce My Flesh - Played during the contest.
- Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know - Everyone starts chasing Leafy.
- Showscape! - "So, are we going to keep these qualities forever?"
Movie Overture was composed by Larry Hochman.
- Glad to Be Back? - "Yes!"
- The Long-lost Yoyle City - Played when Yoyle City is first shown. (replaces "Hero Down")
- Showscape! - "Daddy!"
- The Nightmare of Camp Nidhamu - "Yoyleland!"
Music to Drive ByEdit
Music to Drive By, also known as Braden Beat, was composed by Alan Moorhouse.
- The Nightmare of Camp Nidhamu - "Sweet!"
My Three FishEdit
My Three Fish was composed by Barry Anthony.
- Half a Loaf Is Better Than None - "Here's my marble collection."