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"Peruvian Pan Flute Music" are various songs featured in the Season Twelve episode, "Pandemic".

Background[]

While at the South Park Mall, the boys take notice of all the Peruvian pan flute bands playing in the courtyard. They decide to start their own pan flute band by recruiting Craig Tucker, because he recently received $100 for his birthday. They use the money to buy costumes and instruments, but find the competition with other bands in the area too great to overcome.

The music played by the Peruvian flute bands is used to keep the guinea creatures from attacking the cities around the world. The music is a soothing melodic tone mixed with a steady beat on a hand drum. All of the songs are performed instrumentally.

Trivia[]


Songs from Season Twelve
AIDSburger in Paradise | Britney at the MTV Awards | Burn Down Hot Topic | Canada on Strike | Cars | Celebrate Good Obama | Celebration | Chocolate Rain | Clair de Lune | Dragostea Din Tei | East Side, West Side | Everyone is Special | Fuckin' in the Bushes | Go With the Status Quo | Heavy Metal | Heavy Metal (Takin' A Ride) | I've Got Some Apples | Mary Had a Little Lamb | Mickey | My Internet Done Up and Went Away | Peruvian Pan Flute Music | Radar Rider | Rock N Roll Part II | Someone, Somewhere | Stan's Song | Super Fun Time | Three Blind Mice | We Will Rock You | We're Together at School Again | What, What In the Butt | Who Let the Dogs Out | Whoomp! (There It Is) | You Can Sing It | You Gotta Do What You Wanna Do!

See also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Twelve | Season Twelve

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