The Music Of Veronica Mars

Episode 3-9: "Spit And Eggs"

  1. "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
  2. "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
  3. Unidentified: Dick & his frat buddies cruise by the Dean's van
  4. "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
  5. Unidentified: techno song played as Veronica hands out the drink testers & IDs to Piz, Mac & Wallace
  6. Unidentified: Veronica confronts Chip about the drink testers
  7. "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.
  8. "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
  9. Unidentified: dance music played as Tim confronts Bonnie
  10. Unidentified: techno song played as Veronica is told that the drugged drink belonged to Kim's sister, Carrie
  11. Unidentified by Chicks On Speed: techno song played as Veronica realizes the radio show is taped
  12. "Right Here, Right Now" by Fatboy Slim (You've Come A Long Way, Baby, 1998; GH): Mercer prepares to rape Carrie
  13. "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.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure the song playing when Veronica is confronting Chip about the coasters is just the beginning of the Diamond Smugglers' "Sweet Caroline"

7:23 PM  
Blogger starsinger2 said...

i don't know if it's actually IN this episode, but at least in the promo....i think...haha....there is the song from the Virgin Suicides trailer. i think that's funny since veronica moped around to that soundtrack in "donut run."

11:34 PM  
Blogger SUS said...

The van-cruising incidental music was "Why Should You Care Now" by Doctors' Mob.

Just so you know.

9:59 PM  
Anonymous ComancheMan said...

This episode just had its first premier back here in germany and I'm not sure but:
I don't think that the so-called "Chicks on Speed"-Track is actually by Chicks on Speed. Some time ago I listened them a lot and also just back-checked it with their releases on iTunes Music Store. Their sound is more guitar-oriented and rougher, not so much the clear house-track-style like the one in the episode. So I don't think it's them, yet I still like to know what it is actually because it sounds hot.

By the way: The police-car demolition is just great to me, too!

7:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The song indicated as Chicks on Speed may be a remix of theirs, the voices are right for the band, but the house rhythms are not part of their sound as far as I can tell. Anyone know who remixes Chicks on Speed?

2:02 PM  
Blogger Jenny said...

I looked for the song playing when Logan broke up with Veronica, but I don't see it listed... Is it the end of the "Na Na Na, Hey Hey" song, because it does NOT sound like it... I really want to know what sound/melody it is, if someone knows. :)

5:44 PM  

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