Episode 1-21: "A Trip To The Dentist"
- "Creation" by Atash (Republic Of Love, 2003): the instrumental music in the background when Keith finds Duncan in Havana.
- "Kingdom of Chemicals" by Sean Dailey (Seizure Salads, 2000): playing during the first flashback to the party, when they were doing body shots off Veronica. Download it! See Comments for more info.
- "The Other Side" by The BoDeans (Go Slow Down, 1993): Song playing when Duncan and his mom are in the limo after picking him up at the airport and she tells him to take his medication with him next time.
- "This Is Not A Game" by B.A.S.K.O. (no info): Song playing during the second party flashback when Madison asks who invited Veronica. See Notes for more info.
- "I Touch Myself" by Saucy Monky (Turbulence, 2005): Playing during the party flashback when Madison tells what happened. (Also sung by Veronica during the flashback.) See Notes (and Comments) for more info.
- Unidentified: The song Veronica is listening to on her CD player in her room lying on her bed when her dad comes in after sending her there. It's the same as song #7 from "Drinking The Kool Aid," played while Veronica is dropping off Casey at the camp, with the lyrics "...she knows all my friends..."
- "I Touch Myself" by Saucy Monky (Turbulence, 2005): again during the next party flashback. (Also sung by Dick during the flashback). See Notes for more info.
- "I Like That" by Houston with Chingy and Nate Dogg (It's Already Written, 2004): playing in a flashback when the guys are giving Veronica the shots and she makes out with Shelly.
- "Cemetery Party" by Air (The Virgin Suicides: Original Motion Picture Score, 2000): Veronica walks away from Duncan's house after learning the truth about the rape.
- "Give You More" by Taxi Doll (Waiting, 2004): Playing during the flashback when Veronica gets the "trip to the dentist."
- Unidentified: Instrumental part of a song playing when Veronica makes out with Logan at the BD party and discovers the camera in the bedroom. (Might just be score)
- "Kingdom of Chemicals" by Sean Dailey (Seizure Salads, 2000): Song playing during the series of flashbacks when Logan slips Duncan the drugged drink. Download it! See Notes for more info.
- Unidentified: Song playing when Weevil picks Veronica up from the Echolls' house. (Might just be score)