There are few television series in history regarded as highly as Seinfeld. Beginning in 1989 and running for nine seasons before coming off the air, the legendary sitcom is widely celebrated as one of the greatest television shows of all time. Though the classic series was recently removed from Hulu in the past few weeks, their competitor Netflix signed a lucrative exclusive deal with the series’ architect Jerry Seinfeld that will bring Seinfeld and any of the comedian’s new original content to the streaming platform. Thus it is obvious that the demand for Seinfeld is as high as ever before, and a new project coming out just highlights that even further: A Seinfeld soundtrack album inspired by some of the series’ most iconic moments is set to release in the coming future.
When most people think of Seinfeld, they tend to think of the episodes that have come to define the series such as The Soup Nazi and The Puffy Shirt. The emphasis was always on the comedy, finding humor in some of the most outlandish situations in a style that the show became notorious for. Smaller details like the music were often overlooked, however the jazzy bass-line that is the Seinfeld theme song has become virtually as iconic as the series itself. Now those uniquely funky sounds that served as the backdrop for one of television’s most renowned series is going to be made available to everyone with the release of a Seinfeld soundtrack album currently in the works. The 33-track album will be released July 2nd on all digital platforms by WaterTower Music.
Nearly a quarter of a century since Seinfeld ended, the world of Jerry Seinfeld just keeps on giving. Now die-hard Seinfeld fans will be able to immerse themselves in Jerry’s universe even when they aren’t in front of a television or computer, adding another layer to the fandom that the sitcom has inspired. Relive your favorite moments as Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer in a way like never before. Seinfeld fanatics can begin streaming their favorite sounds from the series this weekend.