Episode 1-10: "An Echolls Family Christmas"
- "Heat Miser Song" (from the television special A Year Without A Santa Claus): The song playing on the TV when Veronica and her father are trimming their tree. Also sung by Duncan in segueway to next scene.
- "Little Bit More" by Tony C And The Truth (Demonophonic Blues, 2004): The song playing while the guys are watching Logan's mom out by the pool.
- "Slow Hands" by Interpol (Antics, 2004): The song playing during Duncan's flashback of the card game.
- Artist Unidentified: "We Wish You A Merry Christmas." An instrumental jazz-type song playing while Keith is talking to Logan's mom about the stalker.
- "Saturday Night" by Ozomatli (Street Signs, 2004): The song playing during the card game flashback while the guys are talking about Rosie Perez.
- "Camp-Fire" by Starling Electric (Clouded Staircase, 2005): The song playing during the card game flashback when the pizza gets delivered. See Notes for more info.
- Artist Unidentified: "Joy to The World": Frank Sinatra/Harry Connick, Jr.-style version, playing at the beginning of the Echolls' party.
- "Carol of the Bells" by Rafael Padilla (no info): instrumental version during the reveal scene.
- Artist Unidentified: "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen": Sinatra/Connick-style, the second song played at the party while the Kanes and Echolls are talking about going away somewhere.
- "Jingle Bells": pianist plays the last few seconds of this during the party.
- "Little Drummer Boy" by The Dandy Warhols (It's Finally Christmas compilation, 1995): Playing while Veronica is playing cards.
- Artist Unidentified: "What Child Is This": An instrumental version playing when Weevil and Veronica are getting food, Logan apologizes to Duncan, Veronica confronts Jake Kane, and Jake confronts Celeste at the party.
- "The Wassail Song": Sung by the carolers outside the Echolls's home.
- Starling Electric: You can listen to "Camp-Fire" at the band's MySpace page.