Episode 1-1: "Pilot"
- "La Femme d'Argent" by Air (Moon Safari, 1998): Playing under the voiceover at the very top of the episode. [DVD only -- not in original broadcast]
- "What You Want" by The Wayouts (Bite, 1993): Played while Veronica cuts Wallace down off flagpole. See Notes for more info.
- "Insincere Because I" by The Dandy Warhols (Welcome To The Monkey House, 2003): Playing while Veronica is sitting at the lunch table talking about how Duncan used to be her boyfriend.
- "Sittin' On Top Of The World" by Botany Boyz (Forever Botany, 1999): Played while Wallace gets robbed at the Sac and Pac.
- "Just Another" by Pete Yorn (musicforthemorningafter, 2001): Played when Veronica is at the pool and thinks she hears her mother, and also while she is playing with her dog at the beach.
- "White Lines (Don't Do It)" by Grandmaster Flash (GH): Played during the car wash flashback scene.
- "Give You More" by Taxi Doll (Waiting, 2004): First song played at the party where Veronica gets drugged.
- "Girls" by Death In Vegas (Scorpio Rising, 2003): Second song played at the party, as a drugged Veronica staggers to the lounge chair.
- "Bathroom Stall" by DAMe Lee (no info): Played while Veronica is talking to Logan and Duncan while they're sitting in the yellow car.
- "Weak Become Heroes" by The Streets (Original Pirate Material, 2002): Played while Veronica is at the computer printing the picture.
- "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" by Blue Öyster Cult (Agents of Fortune, 1976; GH): Played while Veronica and her dad are barbequeing.
- "Pata Pata" by Miriam Makeba (GH): Played during the fake fire in the evidence room at the sheriff's office.
- "Atomic Girl" by The Wannabes (Decade of Moral Fumbles: 1990-1999, 2000): Played near the end when Veronica is talking to Wallace on the beach and he is flying his airplane.
- "Butterflies" by Davíd Garza (A Strange Mess Of Flowers, 2004): Played when Veronica is sitting in the office near the end.
- "All You Need Is Love" (originally performed by The Beatles, Magical Mystery Tour, 1967; GH): A music box-type instrumental version played at the very end of the episode.
- Wayouts: You can listen to "What You Want" at the band's MySpace page.
- While the score is similar, "Cemetery Party" by Air is not played in this episode.