The Music Of Veronica Mars
Episode 3-20: "The Bitch Is Back"
- "It's A Curse" by Wolf Parade (Apologies To The Queen Mary, 2005): Veronica tracks Chip down in the cafeteria
- "Bad Day" sung by Kristen Bell (originally performed by Daniel Powter, Daniel Powter, 2006): Veronica mockingly sings to Domonick. See Notes for more info.
- "Set Out Running" by Neko Case & Her Boyfriends (Furnace Room Lullaby, 2000): Veronica stakes out the North Quad newspaper stand
- "It Never Rains In Southern California" by Albert Hammond (It Never Rains In Southern California, 1973; GH): Veronica votes Keith for sheriff. See Notes for more info.
- Daniel Powter: You can listen to "Bad Day" at the artist's MySpace page and watch the video at the artist's website.
- Albert Hammond: You can download a clip of "It Never Rains In Southern California" here.
Episode 3-19: "Weevils Wobble But They Don't Fall Down"
- "Lazy Girls" by Jill Cunniff (City Beach, 2007): Mac & Veronica chat while waiting in line at the cafeteria, as a girl is taken away by security. See Notes for more info.
- "Inside Your Head" by Eberg (Voff Voff, 2006): Veronica pretends to call Piz from the FBI, they kiss. See Notes for more info.
- Jill Cunniff: You can listen to "Lazy Girls" at the artist's MySpace page.
- Eberg: You can download a clip of "Inside Your Head" at the artist's website and listen to the entire song at the artist's MySpace page.
Episode 3-18: "I Know What You'll Do Next Summer"
- Unidentified: Piz tells Veronica he was offered an internship with Pitchforkmedia.com
- "Slipping Away" by The Aeroplanes (no info): Logan has lunch with Parker & her parents. See Notes for more info.
- Unidentified: Veronica finds Apollo playing Grand Theft Auto
- "R" by Javelin Boot (The Schwa Sound, 1987): Mac & Max have a pizza delivered
- "Dagger Bones" by Los Halos (For Ramona, 2002): Piz tells Veronica about his second internship offer
- "National Anthem Of Nowhere" by Apostle Of Hustle (National Anthem Of Nowhere, 2007): Max & Mac discuss their future. See Notes for more info.
- Unidentified: "Vincent Van Lowe for Sheriff" commercial (possibly production music)
- The Aeroplanes: You can download a clip of "Slipping Away" here.
- Apostle Of Hustle: You can listen to "National Anthem Of Nowhere" at the band's MySpace page.
Episode 3-17: "Debasement Tapes"
- "Life Is Good" by Junk (Agent Cody Banks original soundtrack, 2003): Joe & Piz compete to be Desmond Fellows' guide. See Notes for more info.
- "Power" by Shapes Of Race Cars (Power, 2007): Mac & Veronica get lunch & discuss guys. See Notes for more info.
- "Ghost Ride It" by Mistah F.A.B. (no info): Dick shows Logan his online video
- Unknown sung by Paul Rudd: Desmond plays the piano while singing about getting the tapes back ("We'll find the tapes and get them back / Do the show and I'm a ha-a-a-ack"). Almost certainly written specifically for the show.
- "Payday" by Cotton Mather (Cotton Is King, 1994): Desmond watches a news story with a My Pretty Pony video clip. The singer on the left in the video is Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas in a wig.
- "No Emotion" by Idlewild (Make Another World, 2007): Dick talks to Desmond at a party. See Notes for more info.
- Unidentified: Piz tracks Desmond to the party; Desmond skinny-dips (lyrics: "don't you feel it too?")
- "My Before And After" sung by Paul Rudd (originally performed by Cotton Mather, Kon Tiki, 1997): Piz & Veronica listen to Desmond's "new crap" while driving to the concert; Desmond sings one of his new songs at the show. See Notes for more info.
- "Don't Take My Sunshine Away" by Sparklehorse (Dreamt For Light Years In The Belly Of A Mountain, 2006): Mac breaks up with Bronson
- Junk: You can download "Life Is Good" at the band's MySpace page.
- Shapes Of Race Cars: You can listen to "Power" at the band's MySpace page.
- Idlewild: You can listen to a remix of "No Emotion" at the band's MySpace page.
- Paul Rudd: It has been confirmed on the episode's podcast that Rudd sang and played guitar on "My Before And After." You can listen to the song at Desmond Fellowes's MySpace page.
Episode 3-16: "Un-American Graffiti"
- Unidentified: Jim Wilson leaves "The Break" and is hit by a car (includes the lyrics "I'm coming for you/I'm coming")
- Unidentified: Keith confronts Mr. Murphy, "The Break" bartender
- Unidentified: opera music playing when the Krimanis and Veronica are victims of a drive-by paint balling
- "Trina" by Public Bulletin (no info): Veronica & Mac give up their cafeteria table to Logan & Parker. See Notes for more info.
- "Hold On To You" by The Waking Hours (The Good Way, 2003): Piz hits on Miranda while she shoots pool.
- "13th Floor" by Mere Mortals (Rebel Radio, 2006): Mr. Murphy attempts to bribe Keith. See Notes for more info.
- "The Hard Light" by Mere Mortals (Rebel Radio, 2006): Wallace & Piz help set up the deputy. See Notes for more info.
- Unidentified: Veronica & Dick take the elevator up to Logan's suite (could be score)
- "The Time Of Times" by Badly Drawn Boy (Born In The U.K., 2006): Veronica arrives at Parker's birthday party
- "And I Was A Boy From School" by Hot Chip (The Warning, 2006): Veronica and Parker; Mac and Max compare schemes. See Notes for more info.
- "Rally" by Phoenix (It's Never Been Like That, 2006): Veronica asks Piz to be her pretend boyfriend; they kiss. See Notes for more info.
- Public Bulletin: The band was VM show creator Rob Thomas's late-1980s/early 1990s band. Click here to download a clip of "Trina."
- Mere Mortals: You can download a clip of "13th Floor" here and listen to "The Hard Light" at the band's MySpace page.
- Hot Chip: You can listen to a version of "And I Was A Boy From School" at the band's MySpace page.
- Phoenix: You can listen to "Rally" at the band's MySpace page.
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