The Music Of Veronica Mars

Episode 2-2: "Driver Ed"

  1. "The Minor Waltz" by The Asylum Street Spankers (My Favorite Record, 2002): playing quietly right at the beginning, from when the VMVO starts until Veronica turns Jackie into a macchiatto.
  2. "Magic Bus" by The Who (GH): playing in the convenience store when Veronica is asking the clerk about the bus driver's last meal.
  3. "On Your Porch" by The Format (Interventions And Lullabies, 2003; VMS): playing when Jessie meets her father's mistress and when Veronica and Duncan sleep together.
  4. "Little Miss Get Around" by Lukewarm Freeda (no album info, 2005): playing when Big Dick Casablancas wakes Cassidy up after he fell asleep on the couch watching a surfing video. See Notes for more info.
  5. "Where Is My Mind?" by The Pixies (Surfer Rosa, 1988; GH): played at the end as Veronica panics that her father can tell that she's had sex and as Lamb examines the body on the beach.

Notes:

  • Lukewarm Freeda: You can listen to "Little Miss Get Around" at the band's MySpace page.

2 Comments:

Blogger Eliah said...

Thanks a lot! You helped me because I needed to get the 3rd season of VM and the episode thing helped!!!

12:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This page is the best! Part of why I love the show so much is simply because of the music.

And you can get Lukewarm Freeda's album from amiestreet.com

Good stuff. :)

1:01 AM  

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