The Music Of Veronica Mars
Episode 1-9: "Drinking The Kool-Aid"
- Identify this song!: The song that starts playing while Veronica is driving back from her meeting at the prison, and also continues while she’s figuring out who took the surveillance photos of her.
- "When The Angels Sing" by Social Distortion (White Light White Heat White Trash, 1996): the song Weevil tries to pass off as his own poem in class during the flashback.
- "Make a Deal with the City" by East River Pipe (Shining Hours In A Can, 1994): The song playing when Veronica first visits the cult camp. See Notes for more info.
- "Oh! Sweet Nuthin'" (originally performed by the Velvet Underground, Loaded, 1970): sung around the campfire.
- "(You Gotta Walk) Don't Look Back" by Peter Tosh with Mick Jagger (Bush Doctor, 1978; GH): The song playing the second time Veronica visits the camp when the leader shows her the greenhouse.
- "Have a Nice Day" by Stereophonics (Just Enough Education to Perform, 2001): The song playing at the camp while they all are preparing the food.
- Identify this song!: The song playing while Veronica is dropping off Casey at the camp. Contains the line "...she knows all my friends...."
- "Famous Lover" by The Fire Marshals Of Bethlehem (Songs For Housework, 2005): The song playing at Casey’s grandmother’s funeral. See Notes for more info.
- Identify this song!: An instrumental part of a song playing at the end while Veronica is shredding the paternity test results.
- East River Pipe: You can download "Make A Deal With The City" here (download link on the right side of the page) and listen to the song at the band's MySpace page.
- Fire Marshals Of Bethlehem: You can download a clip of "Famous Lover" here.
Episode 1-8: "Like A Virgin"
- "Hands On The Money" by Kid Symphony (Hands On The Money single, 2004): played near the beginning when Veronica asks Wallace his Purity test score and then she flashes him. See Notes for more info.
- "Don't Tell Mama" sung by both Alona Tal and Annie Abrams (from Cabaret): performed by Meg and Kimmy during their auditions for the school production of Cabaret.
- "Don’t Let It Get You Down" by Spoon (Kill The Moonlight, 2002): played near the end when Veronica is walking through the parking lot.
- Kid Symphony: You can watch the video for "Hands On The Money" here.
Episode 1-7: "The Girl Next Door"
- "The Trial of the Century" by The French Kicks (Trial Of The Century, 2004): Playing at the beginning when Veronica is taking her laundry to the laundry room and stops to talk to Sara in the courtyard. Download it!
- "La Femme d'Argent" by Air (Moon Safari, 1998): Playing when Weevil and Logan paint the wall and also while Veronica is flipping through the Sara's diary.
- "Yellow Butta Sunshine" by Pop (Caramel '76, 2003): Playing when Weevil and his gang pull up to and go into the Encore store. See Notes for more info.
- Pop: You can download a one-minute sample of "Yellow Butta Sunshine" here. You can also listen to it in its entirety on his record label's website; the player in the top right hand corner lets you skip songs, and "Yellow Butta Sunshine" will eventually come up.
- Despite claims to the contrary, I can find no confirmable evidence that Snow Patrol's "Run" is played anywhere in this episode.
Episode 1-6: "Return Of The Kane"
- "Still in Love Song" by The Stills (Logic Will Break Your Heart, 2003): playing while the 09ers drive into the gas station. Download it!
- "Feel Alright" by The Red Onions (The Red Onions, 2004): playing during the boxing match.
- "Bandido" by Daniel Indart (from the Indart Music and Sound licensing catalogue): Jake and Duncan are eating burgers in their car without Celeste's knowledge. See Notes for more info.
- "I'm In A Way" by The Rite Flyers (The Rite Flyers, 2003): playing while Veronica & Wanda were making posters at V's house. See Notes for more info.
- "Ventura Highway" by America (Homecoming, 1973; GH): playing while Logan is making the apology at the soup kitchen and continuing through the scene where Aaron beats him.
- Daniel Indart: You can listen to a clip of "Bandido" by clicking here.
- The Rite Flyers: You can listen to "I'm In A Way" at the band's MySpace page.
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