The Music Of Veronica Mars
Episode 3-9: "Spit And Eggs"
- "Right Here, Right Now" by Fatboy Slim (You've Come A Long Way, Baby, 1998; GH): Piz & Mac at the Pi Sig party; Veronica flees from someone
- "Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)" (originally performed by Steam, Steam, 1969; GH): Lilith House celebrates the end of the Greek System with a parade float & singing
- Unidentified: Dick & his frat buddies cruise by the Dean's van
- "Have You Never Been Mellow" by Olivia Newton-John (Have You Never Been Mellow, 1975; GH): Dean O'Dell's van is egged by the Lilith House women
- Unidentified: techno song played as Veronica hands out the drink testers & IDs to Piz, Mac & Wallace
- Unidentified: Veronica confronts Chip about the drink testers
- "Sweet Caroline" by The Diamond Smugglers (originally performed by Neil Diamond, Neil Diamond, 1970; GH): a band performs at the Pi Sig party; Piz dances; Veronica talks to Dick & Bonnie. See Notes for more info.
- "Thank The Lord For The Night Time" by The Diamond Smugglers (originally performed by Neil Diamond, Just For You, 1967; GH): band performs; a guy hits on Mac & gives her alcohol; the Safe Ride guys arrive
- Unidentified: dance music played as Tim confronts Bonnie
- Unidentified: techno song played as Veronica is told that the drugged drink belonged to Kim's sister, Carrie
- Unidentified by Chicks On Speed: techno song played as Veronica realizes the radio show is taped
- "Right Here, Right Now" by Fatboy Slim (You've Come A Long Way, Baby, 1998; GH): Mercer prepares to rape Carrie
- "Can't Get Over You" by The Digbees (Love Is A Train, 2005): Logan vandalizes a police car. See Notes for more info.
- The Diamond Smugglers: You can download a live version of "Sweet Caroline" here.
- The Digbees: You can download a clip of "Can't Get Over You" here.
Episode 3-8: "Lord Of The Pi's"
- "Made To Be Broken" by Paul Minor (Shadow Figure, 2006): college guys find Chip Diller passed out on the quad lawn. Download it!
- Unidentified: piano song played at the Hearst College Board party (might be score)
- "Sipping Away" by The Aeroplanes (no info): Wallace & Veronica discuss the easter egg numbers. See Notes for more info.
- Unidentified: playing on the janitor's walkman (might be score)
- Unidentified: Wallace & Veronica see Chip in the cafeteria
- "Here Comes Peter Cottontail" by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins (1950): sung by some guys in the cafeteria at Chip's appearance
- "Poison Cup" by M. Ward (Post-War, 2006): Logan watches as Veronica ignores his call. See Notes for more info.
- "Right Here, Right Now" by Fatboy Slim (You've Come A Long Way, Baby, 1998; GH): preview for next episode
- The Aeroplanes: You can download a clip of "Slipping Away" here.
- M. Ward: You can download a radio-station performance of "Poison Cup" (though not the original) here.
Episode 3-7: "Of Vice And Men"
- "Silvergirl" by Mere Mortals (Mere Mortals EP, 2006): Meryl & Veronica go to the cafeteria to find Scarlett. Download it! See Notes for more info.
- "A Pair of Brown Eyes" by The Pogues (Rum, Sodomy and The Lash, 1985; GH): Meryl talks to Danny at the River Stix bar; Liam "dances" with Veronica. See Notes for more info.
- "Captain" by Shapes of Race Cars (Apocalypse Hurts EP - The Demo Hits, 2004]): Veronica has dinner at the cafeteria & is drugged. Download it!
- Mere Mortals: While the EP doesn't appear to be purchasable as a real-world CD, it is available at all the usual downloading services.
- The Pogues: You can download a .wav clip of "A Pair Of Brown Eyes" here.
Episode 3-6: "Hi, Infidelity"
- Unidentified: Dr. Landry talks to Veronica about her academic future
- Unidentified: Piz invites Veronica bowling. Includes the lyrics "..the sky, we are in it/this together....straight into sunshine.."
- Unidentified: Veronica invite Logan & Parker bowling
- "Say About Me" by Starball (Superfans, 2001): bowling. Download it!
- "Prince of Wands" by Douglas Armour (no info): Veronica talks to Piz about Parker. Download it!
- Unidentified: techno song playing when Parker & Veronica visit Piz at the radio station
- "I'm Not In Love" by 10cc (The Original Soundtrack, 1975; GH): Keith's car accident; end montage
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