Hopfully this helps! [link]
If you don't want/use the Spotify link you can locate all the songs listed here! [link]
EDIT There is several songs missing from the second link, I still haven't been able to find out all the songs used in this episode. If you know which one's are missing from the spotify playlist please tell me as well as what order to put them in. For people who wanna listen it order :)
I was really surprised when Codex played in an episode of Chuck. Everything in its Right Place was also used in a Spanish or Italian promo for Lost's final season...that was an amazing promo.
~~This is a pretty good list.~~ This is probably better.
Scrubs was pretty good, but I'm going to go with Chuck. Lots of old favorites, plus lots of new discoveries.
A great resource for stuff like this is tunefind, where you can search by show and then by episode.
Talk Show Host. Heard it on Romeo & Juliet.
Edit: Btw, apparently Just hasn't actually been used in any movies yet. This website is kinda cool, it tells you every Radiohead song's apperance on TV and film [link]
edit2: Looks some of the producers on Top Gear and CSI are fans
> Not necessarily specific to the first 2 episodes, but is there a place where the music from the series is listed or curated? Like a Spotify playlist?
I did it. Here. It's a few songs short, 125. It seems like some of the songs aren't on Spotify.
Got all the songs from here and here, so if there's anything wrong, just let me know and I can change it. I'll be keeping it updated as best I can!
Hey guys! I made this playlist because there wasn't one that I could find, and the music in this show is incredible. I based it off this page. Let me know if it's missing anything and I'll try and add it!
This became my instant favorite once I drank in Misirlou with that scenery.
The first couple times I watched, I didn't notice that Betty's "Doppleganger" actually is her in 2 of the 4 shots. The music in the background is a variation on Song of India, which is what plays as Betty makes her grand entrance down the stair case in S2E1, "For Those who Think Young".
This is when Don gets his sunglasses, and you can just feel him floating back to this hedonistic feeling every time he wears them.
A friend of mine worked on some of the music placements on that show! I can shoot her a message if you really badly need to know. Or shoot a message yourself to the company she works for [link] Here's a list of all the songs from the first season
They actually have one themselves. Takes a while to update Playlist
But also Tunefind
i'm assuming you mean "Sleep Forever" by Portugal. The Man
also, for future reference, <strong>TuneFind</strong> is an excellent website to find songs used in tv and movies
"If you take the standard Dolly Parton version of Jolene and slow it down to 73% speed, you get this song. 73% = 33/45, which means taking the 45rpm version and playing it a 33rpm. I verified this using Audacity. The answer then is: It's Dolly Parton singing the song."
from rpgpoet at [link]
Not a playlist but I referred to this site when looking for a song. Each episode is broken down individually so a particular song is easier to find. I hope this helps.
It's not really what you're looking for, but maybe this will help a little. Someone posted this around the time I joined this sub. I thought it was cool, and it seems slightly relevant to what you're talking about:
I agree, I've discovered a couple of decent artists from this show! For tv soundtracks I usually use Tunefind. It's usually pretty accurate for most shows I've looked up.
David Lichens is credited as the performer. The song is often listed as "No Rain (Chorale)," though sometimes it's listed as just "No Rain."
I haven't yet found anywhere that makes the song available for listening.
None of these links makes the song available; youtube searches I've done have been similarly disappointing.
I thought it was pretty amazing how the song was used in last night's episode. I really liked the whole season, but the way that scene in particular went down was incredibly well done. Anyway, hope this helps!
Love that asterisk wild card. "Stupid * Girl" on google did the trick.
It's "Stupid Pretty Girl" by Anthony Salari.
According to the tunefind link above it was featured in Parenthood and Jane By Design.
I then searched reddit for "Anthony Salari" and found the thread:
I heard some nin songs on older episodes too!
heres a list I found: [link]
may 18th 2003 nin - at the heart of it all
ooh, this is a cool list: [link]
Grey's Anatomy Music Soundtrack - Season 6 - TuneFind
Grey's Anatomy Music Soundtrack - Season 5 - TuneFind
it is a piano cover of "where is my mind"
this is a link of the song [link]
and here you can find music from mr robot and other series and movies [link]
This playlist is good on Spotify... Or look here to see what songs were played each episode.
Hope that helps!
Here's a list of all the songs from the episode. This site* is awesome for finding all songs from each episode from every season. I love it. Enjoy!
According to Tune Find it was on an episode of a show called "Mistresses". If that wasn't the show it has a vaguely similar opening to some Lykke Li tracks so that may be another route. Best of luck!
Explosions in the sky did a lot of music for it. I believe the closing song is by Godspeed you. So the song before that would be "your hand in mine" by explosions in the sky. There are two versions of that song in the episode, the original and (with strings)
Edit: found this:
Does anyone know the name of the band or the name of song around the 38 - 40 minute mark?
edit: The song is Carousel by Miner. I found it on a site that lists songs in the episodes, here is the link for this weeks episode.
Leo Taymer = "lion tamer"... Anyone else catch that? :P
(Mispronounced) German of the week: "Löwen" = "lion"
Leo's introduction to Monroe's fight, in Latin:
> Haec Löwen turpis elit. Grata ludos Leo. Hoc vespere "sanguinis lavacro". Facies maximis propugnator Dimitri! Arma sumo vestri!
Google Translated (with my corrections) as:
> This here is the base of the Löwen. Welcome to the lion's games. This is the evening of "the washing of blood". The face of the greatest champion, Dimitri! Choose your weapon!
The music Bryan (rhino-dude) was listening to while running was "The Return" by Hilltop Hoods.
I liked that Nick offered to fight to save Monroe's life... True friends :)
We finally learn a bit more about Captain Renard, and the shadowy figures that keep the creatures in their place. Intriguing indeed.
Also, that last scene was heartbreaking. I expect they're setting us up for some romantic troubles for Juliette and Nick... Her response to him saying "Love you" was "okay" :/
Doesn't seem to be listed (yet), but I've found this site pretty handy in the past for finding music in TV Shows. Here's the page for BrainDead:
For your bouquet and table flowers - red roses, of course
Here is all of the music played in episodes, for the reception:
How about cake or petit fours decorated with little angel wings or some other symbol? Pitchforks!
Not sure how accurate it is, but a quick google search found this site:
It supposedly lists all the songs for each episode. It let me listen to a clip of each song on my laptop. Let me know if you find the ones you were looking for there.
Tunefind might help you, but it's a bit tedious to check each songs list per episode: [link]
Meanwhile, someone seems to have done the job on Spotify: [link]
[link] hope this helps found some songs on tunefind [link] ...its not all of the songs and it's rough but i hope its what you're looking for
/edit added tunefind url where I found the music
A quick Google search would have probably saved you some time, but here you go brother. It's a list that displays all songs used each season: [link]
And here's a playlist: [link]
I think the song you're looking for is Late Night Alumni - Sapphire (Cosmic Gate Remix). Fantastic song. You can find most of the tracks they play here.
we've compiled a pretty good list here over the past few days of our favorite songs: [link]
and then you can go to either tunefind: [link]
or Showtimes website:
tunefind.com is a database of soundtracks that is searchable by artist. If you know the track title, you should be able to find the artist, or even ask Google a natural language search describing the song ("what's that song that...") to get the artist and title.
If the song is a popular single, Wikipedia will often cite where that song has been used in popular culture.
The songs when Aria first met Ezra. They could not have picked better music for that moment.
Btw, this has the songs and scenes for every season.
You forgot 2 songs from episode 3!
Status Quo - Whatever You Want
Battleme - Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) - originally by Neal Young
Here's the TuneFind page for that particular episode. Maybe it's one of these.
If it's not, it's likely a piece of unreleased incidental music. Good luck!
The same song is listed below and it doesn't look to be available. Same thing has happened before where it is on the show but not available anywhere.
You might keep watching TuneFind, but I don't think anyone's found anything significant yet. Many of us are wondering too, though - the music in the last episode was so good.
I watched the scene a good dozen times and it's so hard to hear the background music over Andy/April's conversation. However, I tried to do some digging and according to this website, it's Pon de Replay by Rihanna. Take that as you will of course.
FYI, the whole episode is on YouTube (albeit really zoomed in).
damn, was hoping you guys had an answer for me!
It's shown here as Top Down by Kari Faux... and it definitely sounds like her, but I can't actually find the song on Spotify/Soundcloud
A search for "music" in the search field to the right yields:
The Westworld Songlist
Or look here:
There is a website that has the music from the series - but unfortunately not what you are after..
It sounds like the random ambient music that's made for TV... but no harm in maybe posting a comment on the youtube video..
Here is the tune find link for the episode. Looks like its this one but it doesn't have a preview.
Far Far Away (Pakoussa Remix)
(FICTITIOUS artist created for the series) This song is played by DJ Malibu in Les Inferno for the dance contest PLAYED AGAIN by Grandmaster Flash when Shoalin jumps in to help Ezekiel at rap party
Edit. Checked out apple music and they have an official soundtrack, and episode soundtracks for eps. 1 & 2. I didn't see it listed on any of them but I could have missed something because I don't have apple music. The song seems to appear several times throughout the show, so maybe it will be on a later episode soundtrack or they are saving it for the official for part two.
Also. Peaky blinders on Netflix has You and who's army.
Season 3 premiere I think
House MD has No Suprises
Top gear has Radiohead everywhere
Edit: found a list
I watched the scene on DVD and digital but I can't understand the lyrics. The subtitles give "make you feel so fine" but Google isn't turning anything up. TuneFind doesn't have it either. They should really credit the songs.
Here you go!
This website lists every song from the series by scene and episode. There are some playlists on Spotify that have them all.
I couldn't watch the clip because the site requires me to sign in with a TV provider, but I found this list of songs appearing in that episode. Might help.
Made this for convenience, may be missing one or two tracks because of Spotify availability. Compiled using info from Tunefind, PM if there are any mistakes, or if I've missed a song.
Oh My Word by Flip Grater
This site is good if you hear other music from this or other shows and want an ID.
A user recently posted a link to their Spotify playlist they have going for music from the show but I'm not sure if it's being updated:
Also check Tunefind, a site posted in the comments in that thread.
This is what I found when I went back and watched it. Also this link shows that it is Broken Boy Soldier by Raconteur and also has a sample of the song . If you compare it to there Youtube video starting at 00:32 they are the same song. The actual song in the episode sounds similar music wise but I can't make out the lyrics very well. Maybe they used the same song but distorted the lyrics?
>"Chariots Of Fire" by Vangelis
>Playing when Leslie and the parks and recreation staff pitch the Harvest Festival to Ben and Chris.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Red Right Hand
The White Stripes - The Hardest Button to Button
Arctic Monkeys - R U Mine?
Arctic Monkeys - Arabella
Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know?
> well i'm to greedy for this, can you just post tracklist here?
Not sure how accurate this is. I'm not reading through each video and posting tracks. But you can.
edit: Maybe a little better. [link]
I've actually been interested in this too -- I found a bunch of bands through this show! Here's a site I've used, they list most of the songs used in each episode.
Music from True Detective but nothing for when Ray trailed Blake. Someone mentioned that ambient track reminded them of nine inch nails, and now that we know Trent Reznor made a cameo I wonder if he collaborated.
For anyone who doesn't know about it, TuneFind is a website where people identify songs from TV episodes. Finding this site totally changed my life, hope this helps someone else. Here's the link for 6x02: [link]
I was stupidly going by what earlier redditors identified as "ne me quitte pas", but I think that's wrong now that I've looked into it further. According to tunefind, the song is actually "Paris Skies A" by Edward Jay, Eve Louiseau and Vasco. None of whom are Edith Piaf. Womp womp.
Oh, I found it! It's called "Terrible Thing" by AG. I found it by just googling "Pretty Little Liars Soundtrack" and it was one of the first links. Here's the link: [link]
I used to have one where I looked it up, but I don't remember what it was called. A quick google search turned up this one though, seems decent enough ;)
I'm pretty sure they didn't use Exile Vilify, although they did use Fireproof.
EDIT: Looks like I was wrong. It was in the season 2 premiere.
Maybe this will help? Can't remember that exact scene and have no way to rewatch the show right now, but hope that it is one of these songs, if it isn't on the list, than it is probably part of the OST.
It was composed for the show, according to Tunefind.
Song is only 21 seconds long.
It's a song by Fórn, Dweller on the Threshold. Used tunefind, never heard this song before.
See if this isn't it. this
I agree that would be cool, but in the meantime you might find this useful:
I believe the responses are user-generated, but they're really accurate and quick, even getting the obscure songs. In the last episode of Legion for instance TuneFind somehow know that the song playing over the credits was a cover of Bowie's Oh! You Pretty Things, even though that specific cover hasn't been released yet. I don't think the site has an app though which is the only drawback :/
"Living in a Box - Living in a Box" maybe?
Else you can just follow either of these links for full soundtracks/playlist:
other user is right.
here's a good source for finding music in TV shows.
Not a complete source (songs are user submitted) but always a good place to start.
Ben and Ronnie from Watch What Crappens always poke fun of some of their songs. But they are hella catchy!!
Hope this helps!..there are like 2 listed this season.
And this is the gal who sings the theme song. I have a feeling she sings most of the songs.
> The song at the end is apparently called :"When your heart is a stranger" by Friends in Paris, couldn't find it online though.
> EDIT: Yeah that's the correct song, this is what the band has written on Facebook:
> >Hello world! We're receiving some wonderful feedback regarding a song of ours which featured tonight on an episode of 'Lucifer'. 'When your Heart is a Stranger' is the first single from our forthcoming debut EP which is at present unreleased. We will be learning full details of its release this week and as soon as we have the dates we'll share them here. Thanks so much.
Comment of u/AzraelCrusader from the post episode discussion
Keep in mind that Clint Mansell provided the score for this episode and that has yet to be released, but I'm pretty sure that that Aaron song is the one you mentioned, it's just sampled from the instrumental at the right moment. Tunefind agrees that that's the song.
I don't know the answer.
I did find this: [link] If you haven't already, you can follow and be notified when someone answers captainattack's question (the same as yours).
Oblivion (Aaron Static Remix) from the album MeHiLove.
Shazam is your friend.
Edit: Shazam is a fickle friend. They start out the same, but are not the same song. I would suggest you look at Oblivion or other remixes of it, the one shazam gave me does sound similar.
Edit2: wow, this is mysterious as fuck! [link]
Edit3: Maybe r/tipofmytongue can help [link]
This site says it's an instrumental (duh) version of The Cure's "A Forest."
Hard to hear a similarity, but that's what the internet says it was.
As others have said the soundtrack is available for download on iTunes, but that's only the original The Get Down songs (and slight edits).
If you want the exact songs for every episode, this is a good site for that purpose.
I just found tunefind the other day when I was binge watching Mr. Robot. Comes in handy.
Edit: After posting this, I went back and looked at it (shame on me for passing a link before reviewing it). I see note that they don't have any songs listed which is dumb because we all know every episode of sites end with a cool song. Hopefully, they update it at some point.
What do you mean by "find"?
And I have to disagree on the music being obscure. I've literally never watched HIMYM, but I just checked out this site:
Looking at this and the later seasons, I know a decent amount of the music. A lot of it seems to '90s britpop/alternative/indie and generally the kind of thing that would've been on MTV back before it became a shitty reality TV station, and then MTV2/VH2.
Assuming this isn't geoblocked, this will have a lot of the right tunes: [link]
I'm a handsome white guy and I never feel like I don't belong.
Yeah, talking sense into people isn't really my thing. In fact, I'm better at the opposite. I once got Nic Cage to buy Charlie Chaplin's mustache on eBay.That was his last ten bucks.
Oh, God, this is so embarrassing for you, but I actually don't have a girlfriend.
Ain't that the best show. Especialy the painful truth BoJack spits. And how he always seems like an asshole for telling the truth which is so widely seen irl. On top of that some superb comedy and an awesome Todd. And awesome voice work.
Is Track 10 a full song or that's it?
Don't know the name but the songs from the episode were:
Poker face - Lady Gaga
Straitght up - Paula Abdul
Confident - Demy Lobato
Hope it helps you
Here you can find the music of the tv sown store by episodes:
I found this track listing site but it has no music for the final two episodes.
for those with google all access music here is the playlist [link]
holy shit, i can't find it anywhere.. listened to the lyrics and typed it out and still nothing. normally i check this for the music and its not there either. let me know if you do find it.
I managed to find this post about music used in this particular episode, and someone has reported that the song is actually made up of assorted Italian sentences over an operatic score.
They're talking about it here. Apparently it's an original score: [link]
Is this it? [link] (Gets more audible towards the middle)
[link] sometimes has them.
Are you talking about the cute little guitar riff? It also plays when Jane and Rafael meet in the flashback in the first episode? No one has been able to find it but I'm hoping to learn it on guitar and make a recording
Edit: [link] this is the closest I've found
This episode had the best music in a series that had amazing music! That's a good call on FKA Twigs. I think it's this song. But I could be wrong. It's not any of the ones listed here, I don't think anyway.
According to this, it's S2E03 while Arthur snorts coke in the Garrison! Haven't checked if that's correct but might help you narrow it down.
You have it all here and questions for most of the songs are answered in the comments.
Also there is a youtube channel where a person is putting up the original score music, so there you go:)
I don't remember the exact scenes, I found this music-by-scene guide though that will help you. I know there were a lot of his songs throughout the season, the only ones I remember though are Volatile Times, I Come With Knives, I Walk With The Noise, and Unified Field. Enjoy!
Yes, I'd love that!
By the way, TuneFind has some extra songs that aren't listed in the Wikia. A few are kinda important, most are background music, but still...
I posted this a few days ago
> Here is a list of all the other songs from the series
(Some are still missing though)
It shows which episode featured what song and so forth.
This looks like it contains some, but not all of the songs used. The comments are useful too as people have made their own additions. I looked over that last confession scene and could only hear an ambient tune?
[link] I've been trying to find it too, here's the information about it but it hasn't been released yet
Edit: This is the singers tweet about it It's not officially released yet but the person who wrote it with him says in the tweet replies that it will be on iTunes shortly.
That is all that I could find. It sounds most like the second song in that list.
edit:here is the full song on youtube.
Aisha by Death in Vegas?
I found this site which seems to list songs from s14 to 22, I scanned through the titles quickly but couldn't really find a good match to what you've described. But you may want to look through it yourself.
This kind of sound predates the decades you asked for. Look into music from the 1920s like Hoagy Carmichael, Cab Calloway, Eddie Cantor. If you love "I Don't Wanna Set the World on Fire," you'd probably love the music from the HBO 20s crime drama Boardwalk Empire. [link]
this might help?
I'm really keen on all the music in Mad Men - let me know how you get on, in case it's a song i've stumbled upon too!
do you remember which episode it was from?
I don't watch but the SO does and will save up 3-4 episodes at a time to binge watch so I end up "watching" by osmosis. They have some of the most interesting covers of songs I have ever heard.
It is Brother by Road Hawgs, according to tunefind
Far From Home by Five Finger Death Punch and Turning Tables by Adele are also in this episode, so maybe you are looking for one of these if Brother isn't it?