This page is a showcase of all of the associated production music in Pencil 2.O that start with the letter R.
|Pencil 2.O Production Music Indices|
Radio Martini was composed by Kevin MacLeod. Online games often use this song.
- Le Voyage dans la Poubelle - "Hi, I'm—
- Truars and Liars - The beginning.
- Crybaby! - Played during the contest.
- Bowling, Now with Explosions! - Played during the puppet section.
- Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know - Played when the contestants show their favourite screens.
- State Minds Drink Alike - "I can't believe it!"
- Attack of the Six Foot Californians - "Omg, I know this song!" (archive footage)
- Time Will Tell - "We're finally finished with our final project of the summer!"
- Match, Pencil & Pen React to Their Ask Videos - Ask Pen!
Radio Theatre was composed by Jack Beaver.
- Dates and Schoolgates - "Schreiber, just the man for whom I was searching."
The Rake Hornpipe
The Rake Hornpipe was composed by Robert White.
- The Reveal - Announcer discusses the points system.
- Drill Sergeant Daddy - "Oi'd be glad to let you in!"
- Dates and Schoolgates - "So, Avi, you have a new friend?"
- The Softening - "Omg, I wish."
The Rakes of Mallow
The Rakes of Mallow was composed by Robert White and Brian Gulland. It is a traditional Irish jig.
- Get Digging - "I've got acid spitballs." (new version)
- Drill Sergeant Daddy - The Irish jig that plays as Teardrop dances.
Ramblin' Man from Gramblin'
Ramblin' Man from Gramblin' was composed by Sam Spence. It replaces "Movement Proposition" that plays at the start of BFDIA.
- Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know - The initial chase.
- The Nightmare of Camp Nidhamu - Pen jumps down the Yoyle Needy.
Ranz des Vaches
Ranz des Vaches was composed by Gioacchino Rossini. This is the third part of William Tell.
- It's a Monster - Played during the underwater scene.
Real Western Steel
Real Western Steel was composed by Bobby Black.
- Glad to Be Back? - "As is customary when dealing with the necessity of food, we have asked the United States Department of Educational Essences to supply an appropriate meal for this special exhibition."
- Take the Plunge - "That's where you're wrong."
- Insectophobe's Nightmare 2 - "So now we have our three finalists."
- No More Snow! - Coiny gives a signal of approval.
- Still in a Hundred Years - "I can't believe it …"
- Not Sco Much Viller - Pen tricks the kids into getting out of the room.
- Attack of the Six Foot Californians - the beginning.
- Match, Pencil & Pen React to Their Ask Videos - "My posterior feels, like, so comfy in those seats!"
Rescue was composed by Cecil Milner.
- The House of Ghosting - title card.
Rhinoceros was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- The Nightmare of Camp Nidhamu - "Hello?"
Ripples was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- Battle Hymn of the Hoa - Mia presents the omamori.
Rising was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- Crybaby! - Played at Cake at Stake.
- Lofty - Played at Cake at Stake.
- Don't Lose Your Marbles - Played near the end of the contest.
- Bowling, Now with Explosions! - Played at Cake at Stake.
- Reveal Novum - Played during the stare-off between Pencil and David.
- Still in a Hundred Years - "And we have no choice but to eliminate all of the characters because someone signed up twice!"
Rocket was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- Take the Plunge - "Let's help each other!"
- Are You Smarter Than a Snowball? - "I get to push you off!"
- In Search of Brother - The song playing on TV.
Rocket Power was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- Welcome Back - "Sorry for annoying you earlier, Fries."
- Still in a Hundred Years - "We are safe to go!"
Roll Up Waltz
Roll Up Waltz was composed by Andrew J. Hall.
- Truars and Liars - At Drowsyland.
Romantic Opening was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- Will He or Won't He? - title card
Royal Hawaiian Hula
Royal Hawaiian Hula was composed by Kapono Beamer. The vocal version is known as "Royal Hawaiian Hotel".
- Lofty - "Would you like to see a magic trick?"; "Ha ha!"
- The Nightmare of Camp Nidhamu - Saye is on the phone.
Royal Rondo was composed by Maurice de Courpalay.
- The Softening - At the restaurant.
Rule Britannia was composed by Anthony Wakefield.
- Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know - Played whenever Pencil argues with Donut. (old version)
Running Fanfare was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
- All-Day Anticipation - "I'm finally in charge of this house!"