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Classic Wiggles is the name used by The Wiggles for content from the original generation (1991-2006 and 2012) on digital platforms.

In April 2018, a playlist on The Wiggles' YouTube channel was launched where full videos (divided into parts) are uploaded, beginning with their 1993 debut video Wiggle Time!. In December 2019, most of their album catalogue was re-released to platforms such as iTunes and Spotify branded as Classic Wiggles.

YouTube Videos

Though a playlist containing a clip of Rock-A-Bye Your Bear existed as far back as 2016, it was launched as a new series of videos on April 6, 2018, with a new introduction by Murray.

You can view the playlist on YouTube here.

Pre-Launch (2016)

  1. Rock-A-Bye Your Bear from Wiggle Time! (uploaded on February 15, 2016)

This was uploaded to celebrate 25 years of The Wiggles and has since been rebranded as part of the series.

Main Series (2018-present)

Note: Dates based on Australian time zones. Upload dates may appear different in other countries.

  1. Introducing Classic Wiggles! (uploaded on April 6, 2018)
  2. Wiggle Time!
    • Part 1 (uploaded on April 6, 2018)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on April 6, 2018)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on April 6, 2018)
  3. Big Red Car
    • Part 1 (uploaded on April 20, 2018)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on May 7, 2018)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on May 18, 2018)
  4. Yummy Yummy
    • Part 1 (uploaded on June 15, 2018)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on June 29, 2018)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on July 16, 2018)
    • Part 4 (uploaded on August 6, 2018)
  5. Wake Up Jeff!
    • Part 1 (uploaded on August 17, 2018)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on August 27, 2018)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on September 17, 2018)
    • Part 4 (uploaded on September 24, 2018)
  6. Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas
    • Part 1 (uploaded on November 12, 2018)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on November 26, 2018)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on December 14, 2018)
    • Part 4 (uploaded on December 21, 2018)
  7. Wiggle Time! (1998 Version)
    • Part 1 (uploaded on February 4, 2019)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on February 18, 2019)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on February 25, 2019)
    • Part 4 (uploaded on March 13, 2019)
  8. Wiggledance!
    • Part 1 (uploaded on April 17, 2019)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on May 8, 2019)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on May 29, 2019)
    • Part 4 (uploaded on June 19, 2019)
  9. Yummy Yummy (1998 Version)
    • Part 1 (uploaded on July 10, 2019)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on August 21, 2019)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on September 11, 2019)
  10. Toot Toot!
    • Part 1 (uploaded on November 5, 2019)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on December 4, 2019)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on December 18, 2019)
    • Part 4 (uploaded on January 8, 2020)
  11. It's a Wiggly Wiggly World!
    • Part 1 (uploaded on January 30, 2020)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on February 19, 2020)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on March 10, 2020)
    • Part 4 (uploaded on April 22, 2020)
  12. Hoop-Dee-Doo it's a Wiggly Party
    • Part 1 (uploaded on May 22, 2020)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on June 6, 2020)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on June 27, 2020)
    • Part 4 (uploaded on July 18, 2020)
  13. Wiggle Bay
    • Part 1 (uploaded on August 13, 2020)
    • Part 2 (uploaded on August 22, 2020)
    • Part 3 (uploaded on September 4, 2020)
    • Part 4 (uploaded on September 11, 2020)
  14. Space Dancing
    • Part 1 (uploaded on September 19, 2020)

A trailer for The Wiggles Reunion Show is also featured in the playlist but is otherwise not branded a "Classic Wiggles" video like the rest.

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Albums

ClassicWigglesSpotifyPlaylist

Spotify playlist cover

On December 5, 2019, the following albums were released to digital platforms after a three-year absence, all under the branding of "Classic Wiggles".

Hit Songs and Rarities is also available, and tracks from it are in the Classic Wiggles playlist, but it had been available in previous years and is not branded "Classic Wiggles" like the rest.

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Trivia

YouTube

  • Although some fans claim the videos are "remastered" or "restored in HD", they are simply the original 576i masters (standard definition, roughly DVD quality) blown up to a 1080p frame.
    • Wake Up Jeff! is the only video to be presented from a VHS recording, meaning the original master might be lost.
  • Each video begins with the video's title sequence and ends with a promo image as an end tag with an older song playing in the background.
    • The second, third and fourth parts of each video have the video's title sequence again and then continues the video from where it was left off in the previous part.
  • The end credits of full videos are cut out at the end of their final parts.
    • "Goodbye Dance" from Wake Up Jeff!'s end credits is still included but has been cut down, leaving a portion of the song at the start that doesn't have the credits text and the "wake up Jeff" part that follows the song.
  • "Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport" is cut from Part 2 of It's a Wiggly Wiggly World! due to controversies surrounding Rolf Harris in recent years.

Goofs

Albums

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