The Music Of Veronica Mars
Episode 2-16: "The Rapes Of Graff"
- "I Hate It That I Got What I Wanted" by Clearlake (Amber, 2006): at the Hearst party when Pi frat guy is totalling Veronica's points. See Notes for more info.
- "Crank It Out" by Ari Shine (Age/Occupation, 2005): later at the party, when Wallace and Veronica talk to their group leader then leave. Download it!
- "I Know I Know I Know" by Tegan and Sara (So Jealous, 2004; VMS): Logan and Hannah are at the hotel. Download it!
- Clearlake: You can listen to "I Hate It That I Got What I Wanted" at the band's MySpace page and download a demo of the song here.
Episode 2-15: "The Quick And The Wed"
- "I Want You to Want Me" sung by Virginia Williams (originally performed by Cheap Trick, In Color, 1977; GH): karaoke sung by Jane's sister, Heidi, at The Hut. See Notes for more info.
- Artist unidentified: "I Am The Very Model of Modern Major-General" (from The Pirates Of Penzance): Karaoke song in background when Veronica serves Heidi's friends
- "Lost Art" by Mere Mortals (Mere Mortals; 2004): Logan is in the store and comes out, only to be spat upon. Download it! See Notes for more info.
- "Oh My" by Mellowdrone (Box, 2006): Veronica checks out the bowling alley. Download it!
- "Sometimes the Sun" by The Lashes (Get It, 2006): Veronica finds Heidi with Nick. Download it! See Notes for more info.
- Cheap Trick: In Color has the original version of "I Want You To Want Me," but the live version that everyone knows (which is quite different) is on At Budokan (1979) and At Budokan: The Complete Concert (1998).
- Mere Mortals: The closed captioning lists this song as "White Noise" by the Vacations, but this is incorrect. It may be that an earlier cut of the episode with "White Noise" was what was sent to be captioned but the song was changed afterwards.
- The Lashes: You can watch the video for "Sometimes The Sun" here. Note that the download above isn't very high quality.
Episode 2-14: "Versatile Toppings"
- "On the 54" by The Dandelions (no info): Corny is attacked delivering pizzas. See Notes for more info.
- "This Machine Alone" by the Fighting Brothers McCarthy (Ladies and Gentlemen..., 2004): Veronica talks to Corny at the pizza shop. See Notes for more info.
- "Cinnamon Sky" by Karin Brennan (no info): Veronica and Corny wait for the blackmailer to call at the pizza shop. Download it!
- "I Don't Know" by Starsailor (On The Outside, 2005): Hannah tells Logan that he was right about her father. See Notes for more info.
- Dandelions: You can listen to "On The 54" at the band's MySpace page and watch a video of a live performance of the song by following links on this page.
- The Fighting Brothers McCarthy: You can purchase the album directly from the Not Lame website.
- Starsailor: You can listen to a clip of "I Don't Know" by using the player at the top right corner of Starsailor's website.
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