The Music Of Veronica Mars

Episode 1-15: "Ruskie Business"

  1. "Just Another" by Pete Yorn (musicforthemorningafter, 2001): Played during the dance flashback scene.
  2. "Waiting" by Taxi Doll (Waiting, 2004): Playing during Veronica & Meg's arrival at the rave, and continuing through the entire time they were there. Download it! See Comments for more info.
  3. "Ballade for piano No. 2 in F major, Op. 38, CT. 3" by Fryderyk Chopin (1839): Played by piano when Veronica comes to get Logan (quietly) and then when Logan sees Trina come out and thinks it's his mom (crescendos right before the break).
  4. "One Thing Leads To Another" by The Fixx (Reach The Beach, 1983; GH): played at the "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" dance.
  5. "Time After Time" by Cyndi Lauper (She's So Unusual, 1984; GH): played at the "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" dance.
  6. "True" by Spandau Ballet (True, 1983; GH): played at the "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" dance.
  7. "Warm Breeze" by Jeff Tatum (from the MasterSource Music Catalogue): Played at the end when Veronica goes into the bar and finds her mom. Download it!


  • Rob Thomas has confirmed that the song "Euro Trash Girl" was not used in this episode. Seriously.

Episode 1-14: "Mars vs. Mars"

  1. "Don't Stand So Close to Me" (originally performed by The Police, Zenyatta Mondatta, 1980; GH): sung by the girls to Carrie during lunch.
  2. "Tulips" by Bloc Party (Tulips single, 2005): Playing when Veronica interviews the crazy fan who claims to have seen Lynne alive and then Logan runs off when he realizes she's nuts. Download it!
  3. "Worried About You" by The Rolling Stones (Tattoo You, 1981): Playing when Veronica walks past Mr. Rooks' bedroom.

Episode 1-13: "Lord Of The Bling"

  1. "The Bomb" by The Pharcyde (Humboldt Beginnings, 2004): Song emanating from inside the club while Keith Mars is talking to the person outside.
  2. "The Girl Who Wouldn't Die" by Tsar (Tsar, 2000): Song playing during the flashback scene of V, Lilly, and Yolanda in Yolanda's room.
  3. "Saturday Night" by Ozomatli (Street Signs, 2004): playing when Veronica gets on the elevator with Dime Bag.
  4. "Hey Ma" by Cam'Ron (Come Home With Me, 2002): playing during the flashback of the party where Logan kises Yolanda.
  5. "Living It Up" by The League (no info): Song playing when Yolanda's dad talks to Dime Bag on the phone.

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