I've no mp3s for you, but you guys should definitely check out this book, as it has some really interesting interviews with Alan Moore and Robert Crumb. It's not perfect, I'm afraid; the writer called Millie the Model a "western comic", and makes a reference to "Fat Alfred".
Another, far more well-edited book is The Cartoon Music Book, which has some amazing interviews and essays to make up for that boring, boring title. I finished it a few hours ago, and damn is it good. The discography at the back has some interesting suggestions; LPs, cassettes, CDs, the lot.
>>238959 The Baby I s You is a Homestuck album that only true connoisseur of Homestuck can appreciate. But my personal favorite is Mobius Trip and Hadron Kaleido ==> http://homestuck.bandcamp.com/album/mobius-trip-and-hadron-kaleido
I feel that there is a huge amount of untapped potential in Homestuck rock operas or concept albums that have a semblance of a narrative. In the case of both The Baby I s You and Mobius Trip and Hadron Kaleido, the narrative is there, but in true Homestuck fashion is schizophrenic or on the obtuse/sparse side.
save fileaudio:152499580100.mp3(267kB / 00:13s / 162kbps , 48kHz / Ed, Edd and Eddy - Every Which Way But Ed - [hidden song].mp3)
>>417723 Very nice indeed, but can you beat a song hidden in the show? Episode "Every Which Way But Ed", before the childhood flashback, when Ed runs backwards through the flashback as Edd is yelling "Ed, wait!". Slow down to 0.1x speed (and remove the right channel to take out some of Edd's yell).
>>441256 Not qualified to answer, since I am picky as fuck. But the background music in, say, Nu!Carmen Sandiego and Infinity Train is very high quality. Movie are a different beast entirely, and those tend to always have a good music budget.