The Music Of Veronica Mars

Episode 2-10: "One Angry Veronica"

  1. Artist unidentified: "Joy To The World": jazzy piano version played while Thumper and Veronica chat at Java the Hut
  2. "The Christmas Song" by Nat King Cole (1946; GH): played when Keith and Veronica have Christmas dinner
  3. "Jolly Old St. Nicholas" by APM Library (no info): played when Keith and Veronica finish Christmas dinner and when Keith gives Veronica her present
  4. "Edge of the Ocean" by Ivy (Long Distance, 2001): played when Logan watches the Lilly/Aaron tapes. Download it!
  5. "Diamond In The Mine" by Holidays On Ice (Playing Boyfriends & Girlfriends, 2005): played when Keith enters Veronica's room to give her the bad news

9 Comments:

Anonymous Kyle said...

I have to say that I think Ivy's "Edge of the Ocean" in this episode is the most perfect use of a song in the show's history. I get chills everytime I hear it and it made me really feel for Logan for the first time this season.

1:31 PM  
Blogger Verdant said...

Definitely one of my faves! I thought it sounded familiar, but couldn't place where I had first heard it. And then I saw some early eps of VM, and caught it being played during the scene where Veronica was driving Duncan to the hospital for the head wound.

10:56 AM  
Blogger elle said...

Its a shame you can't identify the last song, because i really liked it!.. Ivy is one of my bands and the song "Edge of the Ocean" is a really good song, but my all time favorite is Undertow.

8:36 AM  
Anonymous TJ. Church said...

Ivy is good, but they're solely a side-project. We need more major bands, not just the singers... Like tonight's Old 97's.

1:39 AM  
Blogger spacecitymarc said...

Tell that to Andy and Dominique. Or even Adam. I don't agree with that at all.

9:35 PM  
Anonymous zimshan said...

Hey, is there any room to put that the song was intended to be "Kill the Roses" by Something Happens? Something seemed to have happened with rights issues, but the whole scene had been edited PERFECTLY for that song. If you start the scene with the first chord of the song (between 0:07 and 0:08), it all matches in amazing form. It seems to be a shame that the original vision for the scene isn't really known. I for one, am very sad to see that they couldn't use that song. It would have been fantastic.

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Although I did like 'edge of the ocean' by ivy, I still think that 'run' by air was the best music they could have possibly put at the end of the episode 'nobody puts baby in a corner.' I think that ending was just a masterpiece!

7:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow this site is great. I heard Ivy's song first on Grey's Anatomy and I thought it was alright. But it fit so well in this episode. I've been watching this episode on DVD just to hear the song! I'm glad I finally was able to download it

10:42 PM  
Blogger stephanie said...

Interesting that "Edge of the Ocean" is also used in the first season in "Meet John Smith"

7:48 PM  

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