The Music Of Veronica Mars

Episode 1-12: "Clash Of The Tritons"

  1. "All They Ever Do Is Talk" by Earlimart (Treble & Tremble, 2004): The song playing when Logan walks into the school and gets into the fight in the hallway. Download it!
  2. "Army Of One" by Adam Hamilton (from the MasterSource Music Catalogue): Veronica plants a tracking device on Duncan's car and Logan waits for Aaron to come out of the Administration office; Veronica sets up surveillance camera at school and Wallace plants the money in empty locker. Download it!
  3. "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" sung by Teddy Dunn: Duncan's karaoke song.
  4. "On Top Of Old Smokey: karaoke song performed by the next singer
  5. "The Hokey Pokey": karaoke song performed by the next next singer.
  6. "One Way Or Another" sung by Kristen Bell (originally performed by Blondie, Parallel Lines, 1978; GH): Veronica's karaoke song.
  7. "Feel So Free" by Ivy (In The Clear, 2005): The song playing while Logan's mom leaves the school and also while her empty car is discovered on the bridge.


Blogger Polter-Cow said...

Whoa, there was new Ivy in there? Cool! The music person sure likes Ivy.

9:55 PM  
Blogger spacecitymarc said...

And has access to as-yet-unreleased material (the album came out on March 1, a month and a half after the episode aired). Which means that, as a member of both Ivy and Fountains of Wayne, Adam Schlesinger has been paid three times by this show so far. Not that I begrudge him that. Or the show its affection for Ivy. Screw it: everybody wins!

12:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what is the song when Sheriff Lamb finds Veronica's fake ID's and leads her away??

7:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Was also wondering about the music when the fake IDs are found and Veronica is led out of the school. Would be great if anyone knew what it is or if it's part of the score.

7:12 PM  
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2:28 PM  
Blogger Pure_VM_Fan said...

Soory, something was wrong. Stupid automatic responses, anyway. I thought that Feel So Free was the right song because Lynn was free from Aaron's abuse and the feeling accentuated Dominique Durand's vocals. The lyrics are also good, too 'I should have known better..... I should have known by now'. Good stuff.

5:38 AM  
Anonymous Canada Viagra said...

This is a good episode, so I'd like you had put a little bit more information because it was simply perfect.

5:13 PM  
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