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Vaako Männlich

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26.04.2008, 22:20

Music Guide von Season 1-7 *Updated*

Hier in dem Thread findet ihr alle Lieder die jemals bei Smallville zu hören waren.








Vorerst erst auf Englisch bei Szenen beschreibung aber in der Sommerpause werde ich mich darum kümmern es alles zu übersetzen










Season 1










Episode #1: "The Pilot"









"The Way It Is" by Bruce Hornsby
-- In 1989 when we see Jonathan and Martha Kent in Aunt Nell's flowershop first meeting Lana, this is the music we hear.

[b]"Long Way Around" by Eagle-Eye Cherry
-- When we first see the Kent Farm right after the first commercial break, this song starts to play.

"Eight Half Letters" by Stereoblis -- This is played when you first see Smallville High School, in the scene with Chloe, Pete, and Clark. Visit the Stereoblis website!

"Wonder" by Embrace -- Played when Clark is looking at Whitney and Lana through the telescope.

"Unstoppable" by The Calling -- This is played when Lex Luthor is driving down the road and talking on his cell phone, about to drive Clark off of the bridge.

"Inside The Memories" by Fear the Clown -- This is what you hear when Jeremy Creek attacks the guy in the auto repair shop.

"Let's Go" by Capitol Eye -- When Whitney beats Clark up and throws him into the truck, this is the song that you hear.

"Maybe" by Stereophonics -- Before Clark confronts Jeremy Creek, when we see Pete and Chloe dancing, this is the music that is playing.

"Everything I Own" by Jude -- Not the NSync version or the Bread version. This is played at the school dance, when Clark looks in and sees Lana and Whitney (homecoming king and queen) dancing.

"Everything" by Lifehouse -- Played at the very end of the episode... "Would you tell me how could it be any better than this?" [/b]








Episode #2: "Metamorphosis"

"Save Me" by Remy Zero
-- Smallville Theme Music

"Last Resort" by Papa Roach -- This is playing when Greg is driving away from home with all of his bugs in the car, when he has the accident. You might notice a Papa Roach poster in Greg's room.

"Island In The Sun" by Weezer -- Played during the farmer's market scene

"I Do" by Better Than Ezra -- We hear this when Whitney is driving his truck, right before Greg attacks him.

"Underdog (Save Me)" by Turin Brakes -- Parts of this are played when we see Lana on her horse, right before she talks to Lex.

"Love You Madly" by Cake -- This is played when we see Smallville High School, right before Clark talks to Chloe in the hallway.

"Damaged" by Aeon Spoke

"Wherever You Will Go" by The Calling -- The second song by The Calling to be used on Smallville. You can find it at the end of the episode.








Episode #3: "Hothead"

"Renegade Fighter" by Zed Silencer
-- Played at the very start of the episode when we see the football players in the field

"Clint Eastwood" by Gorillaz -- Right after the first commercial break, when we see the school and then see Clark, Chloe, and Pete in the hallway, this is the music that is playing

"Motivation" by Sum 41 -- This is playing when Jonathan is watching Clark playing football with the team

"Bad Day" by Fuel -- This is playing in the background when Chloe tells Clark and Pete that "cars don't spontaneously combust"

"Never Let You Go" by Third Eye Blind -- You hear this music playing in the background when Lex talks to Lana in the cafe

"You" by Binocular -- This is the last song in the episode, when Clark and Lana are in the field.







Episode #4: "X-Ray"

"Movies" by Alien Ant Farm
-- Played at the very beginning of the episode

"Ooh La La" by the Wiseguys -- This is what is playing when we first see the school and the gym class
"Breathe You In" by Stabbing Westward

"Analyse" by The Cranberries -- This is playing when Chloe and Lana start talking in the newspaper office.
"Unbroken" by Todd Thibaud

"Up All Night" by Unwritten Law

"Wall In Your Heart" by Shelby Lynne -- This is playing at episode's end, when we see Lana in the red truck as the screen fades to black.







Episode #5: "Cool"

"Rescue" by Eve 6
-- Played at the party at the beginning of the episode, when Chloe and Clark first arrive at the party.

"Let Your Shoulder Fall" by Matthew Jay -- When Lex starts talking to Lana in the cafe, this is the music that is playing in the background.

"Top of the World" by the Juliana Theory -- This is the music that is playing when Jenna is in the shower, right before Sean shows up.

"On Your Side" by Pete Yorn -- This is in the background when Pete shows up at the cafe with his lady friend.

"Standing Still" by Jewel -- Played at the very end of the episode







Episode #6: "Hourglass"

"5/4" by Gorillaz
-- This is the second time the Gorillaz have been heard in Smallville (the first time being in "Hothead")

"Time Served" by Dispatch

"Crush" by Kevin Clay -- This is heard in the background when Chloe, Pete and Clark are in the newsroom looking up information about Old Harry. (Thanks to Stereoblis for passing that along!)

Piano Sonata No. 3 in B minor, op. 59, and Piano Sonata No. 1 in C minor, op. 4 by Fryderyk Chopin, performed by Idil Beret







Episode #7: "Craving"

"Slide" by Dido
-- This is heard when Jodi first weighs herself, looks into the mirror, and begins to shrink, at the beginning of the episode. Ironically Dido gained popularity by singing the theme song to one of Smallville's competitors.

"Innocent" by Fuel -- When Clark looks through the telescope and sees Whitney and Lana on Lana's steps, this is the music that is playing.

"Invisible" by Third Eye Blind

"The Fool" by Call and Response

"Hero" by Enrique Iglesias
-- This is playing at the very end of the episode.






Episode #8: "Jitters"

"Pacific Coast Party" by Smashmouth
-- This is what was playing at the very start of the episode.

"Tie Me Up" by Handsome Devil -- This is what is heard at Clark's party when Lana gets there.

"Bad Idea" by Bad Ronald -- This is playing at Clark's party when Whitney shows up.

"The People That We Love" by Bush -- This is in the background when Earl goes and talks to Will the other janitor at the beginning of the episode, at the Luthorcorp office in Metropolis.

"My Bridges Burn" by The Cult






Episode #9: "Rogue"

"Breathing" by Lifehouse -- Playing "Everything" in the series pilot did well for the show. Now, Smallville features Lifehouse again with "Breathing." This time it's being played when Clark is looking at the Daily Planet archive, and it continues into Chloe freaking out at Lana.

[b]"Step it Up" by Stereo MC's

"I Have Seen" by Zero 7

"Angel" by Massive Attack

"She Lives By The Water" by Club 8

"Not Looking Back" by Driver

"Numb" by Grant Park

"Take Your Time" by Radford




Episode #10: "Shimmer"

[b]"S.O.S." by the Vigilantes of Love

"Galaxy" by the Vigilantes of Love

"When I'm With You" by Simple Plan

"Evolution Revolution Love" by Tricky

"If I Go" by Thrift Store Halo

"Blend" by Something Else

"Poor Misguided Fool" by Starsailor

"Caught In The Sun" by Course of Nature -- This is playing at the very end of the episode when Clark sees Whitney and Lana are reconciling.

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Episode #11: "Hug"

"Into the Lavender" by Rubyhorse

"Have A Nice Day" by Stereophonics

"Mistaken I.D." by Citizen Cope

"Slow Down" by Wayne

"Into You" by Jennifer Knapp





Episode #12: "Leech"

[b]"Fade" by Staind
-- When Eric is on top of the dam for the first time, during the storm, this is the music that he is "listening to."

"Elevation" by U2 -- This is playing when the man tries to steal Chloe's purse and Eric stops the thief.

"Fat Lip" by Sum 41 -- The basketball scene features this in the background. If someone could tell us the difference between this song and Sum 41's "Motivation," go to the head of the class.

"Bonecracker" by Shocore -- This is in the background when Eric goes on his rampage in the school parking lot.

"Inflatable" by Bush -- This is played at the very end of the episode. Interesting to note: This album includes a song called "Superman."[/b]






Episode #13: "Kinetic"

[b]"Set It Off" by P.O.D.


"New World Order" by Onesidezero

"1 A.M." by Beautiful Creatures

"Perfect Memory" by Remy Zero -- This is the same band that does the Smallville theme song, "Save Me!"
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Episode #14: "Zero"

[b]"Battleflag" by Pigeonhed/Lo Fidelity All-Stars
-- This is playing as Lex and Amanda go into the club.

"God Is A DJ" by Faithless -- This is the music heard when Jude gets shot.

"Let's Go For A Ride" by Eleventeen

"Lonely Road of Faith" by Kid Rock -- This plays at the end of the episode when Lex, Lana and Clark meet at the Talon.[/b]




Episode #15: "Nicodemus"

[b]"Good Ol' Boys" (Theme Song To "The Dukes of Hazzard") by Waylon Jennings
-- This is playing in Jonathan's truck at the beginning of the episode, right before he has the accident. Order a CD with this and many other TV show themes!

"I Will Make You Cry" by Nelly Furtado -- When Lana makes her entrance through the hallway after her drastic change of appearance, this is the music that is playing.

"Destiny" by Zero 7 -- This is playing when Clark first sees Lana's new "appearance" and they talk about trust.

"Supernatural" by Divine Right -- This is played during the infamous "pool scene."

"Sadie Hawkins Dance" by Relient K -- If you've never heard of the band before, they once did an *awesome* remake of the Charles in Charge theme. Ok, you're scared now... first Dukes of Hazzard and now this...

"Big Day" by Puracane

"Love Sweet Love" by Josh Clayton-Felt

"Saturday Night's Alright" by Hal Lovejoy

"Beautiful Day" by U2 -- This is playing at the very end of the episode. Interesting to note: this song was also used in the original unaired version of the Smallville pilot. [/b]




Episode #16: "Stray"

"Free To Change Your Mind" By Regency Buck -- This is playing in the teaser before the start of the episode.

"Lonely Day" by Phantom Planet -- This is playing when Clark and Ryan are playing basketball.

"Is It Love?" by Todd Thibaud

"Dragging Me Down" by Todd Thibaud

"Hollywood" by Micah Green

"Superman" by Five For Fighting -- This is heard at the end of the episode, when the Kents say goodbye to Ryan.

Episode #17: "Reaper"

"Sparkle" by Rubyhorse

"Friends & Family" by Trik Turner

"The Weight Of My Words" by Kings Of Convenience

"Falcor" by Firengine Red




Episode #18: "Drone"

[b]"Stick Em Up" by Quarashi


"If There's Love" by Citizen Cope

"Not What I Wanted" by Evan Olson

"Drink To Get Drunk" by Sia

"The Middle" by Jimmy Eat World -- This is playing when Chloe asks Clark what his stance is on certain issues. It's also heard in a lot of the trailers for the new film "The New Guy."

"Wogs Will Walk" by Cornershop

"Opaline" by Dishwalla

"Big Day" by Puracane

"Wake Up Elvis" by Alan Charing

"Fever For The Flava" by Hot Action Cop

"Here Is Gone" by the Goo Goo Dolls -- This is what is played at the very end of the episode.[/b]




Episode #19: "Crush"

[b]"You and I" by Micah Green

"40 to 5" by Leave the World

"Nothing To Do" by Bottlefly

"Light In Your Eyes" by Louise Goffin

"2001 Spliff Odyssey" by the Thievery Corporation

"Time After Time" by Eva Cassidy -- This is played at the episode's end, at the funeral.
[/b]



Episode #20: "Obscura"

"No Such Thing" by John Mayer

"Just Another" by Pete Yorn

"Two Stones In My Pocket" by Neil Halstead

"Piano Fire" by Sparklehorse

"Silent to the Dark" by Electric Soft Parade

Episode #21: "Tempest"

"What Do I Have To Do?" by Stabbing Westward

"Where This Love Goes" by Sherri Youngward

"Everything" by Lifehouse -- This played during Lana and Whitney's dance. This song was also used in the first episode of Smallville.

"Breathe" by Greenwheel

"Let Go" by Gigolo Aunts

"What We've Been Through" by Paul Trudeau -- The episode also featured a special appearance by the band Remy Zero. The folowing songs were played at the Spring Formal:



"Save Me" by Remy Zero

"Perfect Memory" by Remy Zero
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Vaako Männlich

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26.04.2008, 22:31

Episode #2-1: "Vortex"

"Time and Time Again" by Stretch Princess

"In My Place" by Coldplay
--This is played at the very end of the episode, when Clark and Lana are talking.


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Episode #2-2: "Heat"

"Tomorrow" by Avril Lavigne

"Truth or Dare" by N.E.R.D. -- Played when Jonathan Kent confronts Desiree at the pool.

"A Little Less Conversation" by Elvis

"Hot in Here" by Nelly

"My Friends Over You" by New Found Glory

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Episode #2-3: "Duplicity"

"Southbound Train" by Travis Tritt
-- Played when Ray is driving down the road and is knocked off of the road by Hamilton.

"Ordinary" by Greg Jones -- This is playing when Clark is shooting hoops. Unfortunately, this well-played song is not yet available on CD.

"Leading With My Heart" by Alice Pea*****

"Goodbye" by Stephanie Simon

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Episode #2-4: "Red"

"It's Time To Party" by Andrew W.K.

"Breakable" by Fisher

"Breathe In" by Frou Frou

"Tattoos" by Jackpot

"Unexpected" by Sprung Monkey

"American Made" by Sprung Monkey

"Stop Crying Your Heart Out" by Oasis --
Played at the very end of the episode

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Episode #2-5: "Nocturne"

"Underneath It All" by No Doubt
-- Heard in the background when Lex and Lana are talking at the Talon.

"Love Song" by Shiela Nicholls

"Don't Ask Me" by OK Go

"Crazy Richie" by Cactus Groove




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Episode #2-6: "Redux"

"Boom, Boom, Boom" by the Outhere Brothers

"I Feel Fine" by the Riddlin Kids

"Ivanka" by Imperial Teen

"U Girl" by Sophie Agapios

"Somewhere Out There" by Our Lady Peace -- Played at the very end of the episode.

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Episode #2-7: "Lineage"

"Yesterday" by Hef

"Otherwise" by Morcheeba

"Put It Off" by Pulse Ultra

"17 Years Down" by Wonderful Johnson

"Un Bel Di Vedremo (Madame Butterfly)" by Renata Tebaldi
-- Played at the very end of the episode.

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Episode #2-8: "Ryan"

"Angels and Devils" by Dishwalla


"Inside Out" by Von Ray -- Played inside the Talon

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Episode #2-9: "Dichotic"

"I Wish I Cared" by A-Ha
-- Come on, sing with us. "Taaaake onnnn meeee...."

"Settle Hills" by Dem Hills

"Uneven Odds" by Premonition

"In A Young Man's Mind" by the Mooney Suzuki

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Episode #2-10: "Skinwalker"

"Outtatheway" by the Vines --
Heard when Clark and Pete are riding on the dirtbikes.

"Don't Know Why" by Norah Jones -- Heard when Lana is talking to Henry Small in the Talon.

"The Game of Love" by Santana & Michelle Branch

"Psycho Ballerina" by Jackpot

"Wave Goodbye" by Steadman --
From the upcoming Smallville soundtrack!

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Episode #2-11: "Visage"

"Days Go By" (Acoustic) by Dirty Vegas

"The Anthem" by Good Charlotte

"Mad World" by Michael Andrews featuring Gary Jules

"Love" by Rosey


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Episode #2-12: "Insurgence"

"Bittersweetheart" by Ed Harcourt

"Tomorrow" by SR-71

"Invisible Man" by Theory of a Deadman

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Episode #2-14: "Rush"

"Don't Dream It's Over" by Sixpence None The Richer -- Played at the very end of the episode, in the Talon. Featured on the Smallville soundtrack!

"I Just Wanna Be Loved" by AM Radio -- Also on -- you guessed it -- the Smallville soundtrack!

"Never Gonna Come Back Down" by BT

"Bread and Water" by Sheila Nicholls

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Episode #2-15: "Prodigal"

"Burn Baby Burn" by Ash

"Fight Test" by the Flaming Lips -- On the Smallville soundtrack!

"China" by Mystica - Played at the beginning of the episode during Lucas's gambling (mis)adventures.

"Home Sweet Alabama" by Lizzie

"Like a Dream" by Morphic Field

"Don't Tempt Me" by the Contes

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Episode #2-16: "Fever"

"Wave Goodbye" by Steadman -- Played at the end, in concert at the Talon.On the Smallville soundtrack!

"Not That Simple" by Jamestowne

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Episode #2-17: "Rosetta"

Superman: The Movie Theme by John Williams
-- A new arrangement of John Williams' Superman theme is played at the end of the episode. You will believe a man can fly!

"The Scientist" by Coldplay

"Satellite" by Kid Lightening

"Nuclear" by Ryan Adams

"Leaving Town Alive" by Pancho's Lament

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Episode #2-18: Visitor"

"The Other Side" by David Gray

"Kiss The Moon" by Hathaway

"Phantasmagoria In Two" by Neil Halstead

"Wartime" by Stephanie Simon

"Diamonds and Guns" by Transplants

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Episode #2-19: "Precipice"

"Becoming" by Adam Tenenbaum

"Don't Fear The Reaper" by Gus

"Princess" by Matt Nathanson

"Don't Forget Me" by Red Hot Chili Peppers

"Let Me Be The One" by Sammi Morelli

"Shakedown!" by The START

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Episode #2-20: "Witness"

"Chariot" by Gavin Degraw

"Anybody Listening" by Marty Irwin/Peter Northcote

"The World Outside" by Paloalto

"Gone Away" by Stretch Nickel

"Swing, Swing" by The All-American Rejects

"Safe Enough To Wake Up" by The Ben Taylor Band

"No Blue Sky" by The Thorns

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Episode #2-21: "Accelerate"

"I'm With You" by Avril Lavigne
- Played at the end of the episode when Clark and Lana are talking.

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Episode #2-22: "Calling"

Superman: The Movie score by John Williams -- Mark Snow's version of portions of the score for Superman: The Movie were used in several scenes of this episode.

"In This Life" by Chantal Kreviazuk -- Played when Lana and Clark are in the barn.

"Signs of Love" by Moby

"Wastin' My Time" by Boomkat

"Telling You Now" by Jessy Moss

"Everything To Me" by Elza

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Episode #2-23: "Exodus"

"Strange & Beautiful (I'll Put a Spell on You)" by Aqualung

"High On Sunshine" by Kelly Brock
-- That's Kelly Brock, not Kelly Brook! (Thankfully!)

"Take Me Away" by Lifehouse

"Weapon" by Matthew Good

Superman: The Movie score by John Williams
-- Mark Snow's version of portions of the score for Superman: The Movie were used in several scenes of this episode also


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26.04.2008, 22:34



[b]Episode #3-1: "Exile"

"Girls & Boys" by Good Charlotte - Played when Clark steals from the ATM machines to buy his new car. Good Charlotte is from Maryland - and for that, they rock.

"Hey Mama" by The Black Eyed Peas - Played when Clark shows up at Atlantis (the nightclub) with the woman that sold him the car.

"Calling All Angels" by Train - Played just after Clark flees the barn and while Lana and Chloe are discussing Clark's whereabouts, right after Jonathan and Martha have a scene together.

"Frantic" by Metallica - Played when Clark takes over the bank robbery from the Clown Robbers.

"Goodtalk" by Shocore - Played when Clark brings Lana to Atlantis. Shocore's "Bonecracker" was featured in the first season episode "Leech."

"All The Stars" by Eastmountainsouth - Played when Lana tells Chloe she will not give up on finding Clark.

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Episode #3-2: "Phoenix"

"Maybe Tomorrow" by Stereophonics - Played when Clark goes to The Torch news room to thank Chloe for standing by him through everything and not telling anyone where he was.

"White Flag" by Dido - Played at the very end of the episode. Too long and too loudly. Dido should have stayed in Roswell.

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Episode #3-3: "Extinction"

"Way Away" by Yellowcard
- Played at the very beginning of the episode when Jake (Gill-Boy) and Van are sitting outside of the school entrance.

"Give It To Me" by Vishiss - Played when Clark, Pete and Chloe are walking through the hall, talking about what happened to Jake and weather or not he was affected by the meteor rocks.

"I Give You Take" by Maria - Played when Clark goes to the Talon to ask Lana to point out who she saw sitting with Jake that day.

"Goodbye Again" by Vertical Horizon - Played near the end of the episode when Lana goes to the Kent Farm to see how Clark is doing.

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Episode #3-4: "Slumber"

"Imitation of Life" by R.E.M. - Played at the very beginning of the episode when Clark and Lana go for a swim.

"Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M. - Played when Clark and Lana are in the school hallway talking about their relationship.

"Losing My Religion" by R.E.M. - Played when Clark and Chloe are talking about the "Blue Lagoon" moment that he and Lana had at the lake.

"Bad Day" by R.E.M. - Played when Clark is driving the Kent truck just after he stole the "medicine" from Sarah's house.

"At My Most Beautiful" by R.E.M. - Played at the end of the episode when Clark is talking to Lana about the "girl next door."

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Episode #3-5: "Perry"

"I Love This Bar" by Toby Keith
- Played at the beginning of the episode where Perry's getting drinks in "Littleville."

"Blue" by LeAnn Rimes - Played during the scene with Clark and Perry in the Wild Coyote

"Walkin' In Memphis" by Lonestar - Played at the very end of the episode, when Clark says goodbye to Perry at the bus stop. What Memphis has to do with Smallville, we may never know.

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Episode #3-6: "Relic"

"In Your Eyes" by Aaron D

"I Only Have Eyes For You" by The Flamingoes

"Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)" by The Penguins

"Matchbox" by Toby Keith

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Episode #3-7: "Magnetic"

"Amazing" by Josh Kelley - Played at the fair in a special guest appearance. But no Product Placement Pete to do a shoutout!

"Hey Now" by Black Toast Music

"Trouble" by Bonnie McKee

"Stupid Girl" by Cold
- Played when Lex is talking to Lana right before she drives away with Seth.

"Over You" by Michelle Featherstone

"Trouble" by Pink
- Played when Lana and Seth are stuck in the melted road, and the cops come.

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Episode #3-8: "Shattered"

"Hurt" by Johnny Cash
-- Played at the very end of the episode, as Lionel looks in on Lex, and Clark looks in on Lana.

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Episode #3-9: "Asylum"

"Future Proof" by Massive Attack
-- Played at the very beginning of the episode.

"So Far Away" by Staind -- Played at the end of the episode.

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Episode #3-10: "Whisper"

"Cold and Empty" by Kid Rock -- Played at the very end of the episode, as Lana is leaving.

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Episode #3-11: "Delete"

"The Reason" by Hoobastank
- Played during Clark and Chloe's heart-to-heart at the Smallville Torch office.

"Try" by Nelly Furtado - Played when Lana and Adam are talking in the Talon.

"So Damn Lucky" by Dave Matthews - Played the second time Lana and Adam are talking in the Talon.

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Episode #3-12: "Hereafter"

"100 Years" by Five for Fighting - Played in the beginning of the episode.

"Two Steps Closer" by Static

"I Owe You" by Stegala Music

Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini - Played by Adam on the piano
. This song was also the theme title song for the Christopher Reeve movie "Somewhere In Time."

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Episode #3-13: "Velocity"

"Fix Up, Look Sharp" by Dizzee Rascal

"The Way I Am" by Knoc-Turn'Al

"You Know" by Saq

"Evilution" by Shocore

"Rawkfist" by ThousandFootKrutch

"Wonderwall" by Ryan Adams
- This remake of the Oasis classic was played at the very end of the episode.

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Episode #3-14: "Obsession"

"Setting of the Sun" by Ben Jelen

"Echo" by Blake Hight

"Parking" by The Fuzz

"One Thing" by Finger Eleven

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Episode #3-15: "Resurrection"

"Everything" by Alanis Morrissette
- Played at the very end of the episode, when Lana and Clark are in the Talon.

"Infatuation" by The Rapture - This is playing when Lana and Lex are talking in the Talon.

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Episode #3-17: "Legacy"

"One In A Blue Moon" by Edie Brickell

"Mona Lisa" by Grant-Lee Phillips

"Love's Divine" by Seal

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Episode #3-18: "Truth"

"Someday" by Fastball

"Better Don't Do" by Ing

"Stabat Mater" by Paul Schwartz

"Selling Out" by The Fuzz


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Episode #3-19: "Memoria"

"My Immortal" by Evanescence
- Played at the end of the episode when Martha and Clark are talking in the loft.

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Episode #3-20: "Talisman"

"Chase Me" by Katie Herzig

"Reason Why" by Rachael Yamagata

"From Afar" by Red Letter Day

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Episode #3-21: "Forsaken"



"When The Sun Goes Down" by Charlie Mars

"What You're Thinking" by Christopher Jak

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Episode #3-22: "Covenant"



"One Moment More" by Mindy Smith [/b]


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26.04.2008, 22:34

Episode #4-1: "Crusade"

"Better Days Will Come" by Tahiti 80
- This is heard when we first see Lana and Jason in Paris.

"Plus Pres De Moi" by san.drine

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Episode #4-2: "Gone"

"A Long Way" by Dara Shindler

"She Will Be Loved" (Acoustic) by Maroon 5
- Played at the very end of the episode where Jason shows up in Smallville

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Episode #4-3: "Facade"

"Eight Half Letters" by Stereoblis
- Played during the first season flashback scene with Whitney. This song was first heard years ago in the Smallville pilot episode!

"My Happy Ending" by Avril Lavigne

"What Do You Do In The Summer(When It's Raining)" by Beu Sisters

"F**k N' Spend"
by High Speed Scene

"Ghetto" by John Gold, The Eastside Shake

"Devils And Angels" by Toby Lightman

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Episode #4-4: "Devoted"

"Meltdown" by Ash

"Revolution" by Authority Zero

"Our Mystery" by Bebo Norman

"Better Off By Myself" by Bosshouse

"California" by Hawk Nelson

"On The Run" by Sam Roberts

"Medicated" by Sub Space Radio

"Disco MF" by The Penfifteen Club

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Episode #4-5: "Run"

"Don't Say Nuttin'" by The Roots - Played near the beginning when Bart tries to pawn off what he has stolen

"Welcome To My World" by Kyle Newvachek - Playing when Clark sneaks into Bart's hotel room while Bart is taking a shower

"Feels Like Today" by Rascal Flatts - Played at the very end of the episode with the race between Bart and Clark

"Cruel Sun" by Silver

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Episode #4-6: "Transference"



"Pain" by Jimmy Eat World, Futures - Played during the prison fight

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Episode #4-5: "Run"

"Don't Say Nuttin'" by The Roots
- Played near the beginning when Bart tries to pawn off what he has stolen

Welcome To My World" by Kyle Newvachek - Playing when Clark sneaks into Bart's hotel room while Bart is taking a shower

"Feels Like Today" by Rascal Flatts - Played at the very end of the episode with the race between Bart and Clark

"Cruel Sun" by Silver

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Episode #4-6: "Transference"



"Pain" by Jimmy Eat World, Futures - Played during the prison fight

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Episode #4-7: "Jinx"

"I'm All Gone" by Bosshouse

"Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" by Green Day
- Played when Clark was getting ready for the game. Go Old Spice!

"I Believe" by Shiloh

"Reach For The Sky" by Social Distortion
- Played during the football game

"Fall Behind Me" by The Donnas

"Walk Idiot Walk" by The Hives

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Episode #4-8: "Spell"

"Blame" by Black Toast Music

"What You Waiting For?" by Gwen Stefani
- Played at the party where Clark is dancing oh so badly

"We Might As Well Be Strangers" by Keane - Played in the background of the "loft scene" between Clark and Lana near episode's end

"Impromptu No. 2 In E Flat" by Schubert - Poor Lex had to play this one over and over after Isobel put a spell on him.

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Episode #4-9: "Bound"

"Daddy's Little Girl" by Amanda O'Connor
- Played during the scene where Genevieve Teague is introduced

"I Want More: Part 2" by Faithless - This was the techno-ish music heard in the episode

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Episode #4-10: "Scare"



"Falling" by Mindy Smith
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Episode #4-11: "Unsafe"

"Beautiful Soul" by Jesse McCartney
- Played during the scene of Clark and Alicia ice skating. Yes, that is the kid from Summerland.

"Laura" by Scissor Sisters

"Life for Rent" by Dido
- Played when Alicia finds the Red K ring in the Torch office.

"Welcome To My Life" by Simple Plan - Playing when Clark and Alicia are on the couch, before he asks her to marry him.

"It's Now Or Never" by Elvis Presley - Played once Clark and Alicia get to the honeymoon suite.

"Funny Little Feeling" by Rock N Roll Soldiers - Played in the hotel room when Clark and Alicia are taking each other's clothes off.

"Break So Easy" by Johnathan Rice - Played at the end of the episode.

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Episode #4-12: "Pariah"

"I Love Rock 'N' Roll" by Joan Jett
- This is the karaoke song performed by Lois and Chloe (Erica Durance and Allison Mack). The original song was performed by Joan Jett. But we know her best song ever was "Bad Reputation," since it was later used as the theme to Freaks and Geeks, which is, of course, The Best Short-Lived Show Ever.

"To Die For" by Dan Zweben

"Deeper Water" by Minnie Driver
- played at the very end of the episode.

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Episode #4-13: "Recruit"

"It's All Behind" by Anthony Michaelanglo

"Wild West Show" by Big $ Rich
- Played during the party/speech where there is beer.

"Wonderful Night" by Fatboy Slim

"Finding Out True Love Is Blind" by Louis XIV

"Untitled" by Simple Plan
- Played at the end of the episode. Yep, it's the Simple Plan yet again.

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Episode #4-14: "Krypto"

"Anodyne" by Speechwriters LLC

"Give A Little Bit" by The Goo Goo Dolls
- Played during the final scene with Clark and Lois. Interesting trivia: The original Supertramp version of the song was played on Lois's radio in "Superman: The Movie."
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Episode #4-16: "Lucy"

"Club Foot" by Kasabian - Played near the beginning of the episode.

"Spaghetti Streetwalker" by Speechwriters LLC - Played in the Talon scene with Lois, Lucy, Clark, Lex, and Chloe. Read more about the band here!

"Hold On" by Newcomers Home

"Fly" by Mark Joseph
- Played during the very last scene of the episode with Lois and Clark in the barn.

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Episode #4-17: "Onyx"

"I Drive Alone" by Esthero -
Played during the scene with Lex and Lana

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Episode #4-18: "Spirit"

The band Lifehouse performed at Smallville's Prom which meant we had three tracks from their latest album. Songs by Lifehouse in the episode include "Blind," "Come Back Down," "Undone," and, during the Clark and Lana dance at the episode's end, "You and Me." You can order Lifehouse's latest album (and support this site!) by clicking here. Also played in the episode:




"La La" by Ashlee Simpson
- Played by the annoying Dawn while in the car and when she was inside Martha Kent's body.

"Not Gonna Wait" by Lamar

"Merry Go Round" by Split Habit

"Good" by Tim Cullen

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Episode #4-19: "Blank"

"24" by Jem
- Played at the beginning of the episode in the Talon. Jem is truly outrageous! Oh wait, wrong Jem.

"Let Me Go" by 3 Doors Down - Played while Clark is talking to Lana in the hallway at Smallville High
"Satie" by Paco

"This Is Your Life" by Switchfoot
- Played at the very end of the episode.

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Episode #4-21: "Forever"

"Anywhere With You" by Split Habit

"Down" by Tim Cullen

"Around The Way" by Wonderlife
- This is the song played at the end of the episode. Many people were e-mailing to ask about this one!


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26.04.2008, 22:35

Episode #5-1: "Arrival"

"Precious" by Depeche Mode
-- Played at the end of the episode.

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Episode #5-2: "Mortal"

"A Message" by Coldplay
-- Played at the end of the episode.

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Episode #5-3: "Hidden"

"Breathe (2 AM)" by Anna Nalick
-- Played when Clark wakes up next to Lana

"Collide" by Dishwalla -- Played when Clark came back home to find his parents and then was reunited with Lana

"Supernatural" by Wild Whirled

"Disappearing World" by David Gray
- Played in the final scene with Clark and Chloe

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Episode #5-4: "Aqua"

"All The Money Or The Simple Life Honey" by The Dandy Warhols
-- Played at the beginning of the episode. This song is also on the second Smallville soundtrack!

"Waiting For Your Letter" by Cary Brothers

"Everyday Is Like The Weekend" by Amy Ward

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Episode #5-5: "Thirst"

"Wikked Lil' Grrrls" by Esthero

"Guiltless" by Martin Grech

"Girls Attractive" by Diamond Nights
-- This song is also on the second Smallville soundtrack!

"Bela Lugosi's Dead" by Bauhaus

"Abandoned" by The Swear

"Set The Grass On Fire" by Elysian Fields


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Episode #5-6: "Exposed"

"Cold Hands (Warm Heart)" by Brendan Benson -- This song is also on the second Smallville soundtrack!

"Don't Cha" by The *****cat Dolls

"All Jacked Up" by Gretchen Wilson

"I'm Human" by Flashlight Brown



"Girl's Attractve" by Diamond Nights -- was included in promos for the episode.

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Episode #5-7: "Splinter"

"Superman" by Stereophonics
-- Played during the very obvious Ford product placement scene

"Forget It" by Breaking Benjamin

"Homeward Angel" by Moby

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Episode #5-8: "Solitude"

"Wicked Game" by HIM

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Episode #5-9: "Lexmas"

"That Spirit of Christmas" by Ray Charles

"Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" by Tchaikovsky

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Episode #5-10: "Fanatic"

"I Want It All" by Depeche Mode
-- Played when Martha gets into the limo

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Episode #5-12: "Reckoning"

"You're Beautiful" by James Blunt
-- Played during both of the Clark & Lana loft scenes.

"I Grieve" by Peter Gabriel -- Played at the very end of the episode, at Jonathan's funeral

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Episode #5-15: "Cyborg"

"Life After Love" by Colored Shadows
-- Played when Lana is in the car

"Casta Diva (Chaste Goddess)" by Bellini, from Norma
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Episode #5-16: "Hypnotic"

"Almost Honest" by Josh Kelley

"Dirty Little Secret" by the All-American Rejects


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26.04.2008, 22:39

Episode #6-3: "Wither"

"It Ends Tonight" by the All-American Rejects -- Played at Lex Luthor's costume party by special in-person guests the All-American Rejects

"Ache" by James Carrington -- Played throughout the fifth act of the show.

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Episode #6-6: "Reunion"

"Ease My Pain"
-- Played when Oliver is practicing his archery and Clark meets for him. Sadly, this is not commercially available at this time.
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Episode #6-7: "Fallout"

"Fresh Azimiz" by Bow Wow -- Played during the basketball game at the start of the episode

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Episode #6-8: "Rage"

"Cain and Able" by Josh Kelley -- Played at the end of the episode.

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Episode #6-9: "Subterranean"

"Prelude 12/21 by
AFI -- Played at the end of the episode when Lex returns to 33.1.

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Episode #6-10: "Hydro"

"I Can't Wait No More" by Syncfree

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Episode #6-11: "Justice"

"High and Low" by Greg Laswell
-- Played during the final scene between Lois and Oliver.

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Episode #6-12: "Labyrinth"

"Yesterday" by Hefshill
-- Played at the end of the episode.

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Episode #6-14: "Trespass"

"Roadside" by Rise Against
-- Played at the end of the episode.

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Episode #6-16: "Promise"

"You Could Be Happy" by Snow Patrol
- Played at the very beginning of this episode.

"Heavenly Day" by Patty Griffin - Played at the end of this episode

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Episode #6-18: "Progeny"

Some of the songs listed below are only played for a few seconds as Lex goes through the radio stations in his car:




"Steppin" by Telepictures

"As You Get Closer" by Telepictures

"Scruggs" by Telepictures

"Figured Out Love" by Telepictures

"Overture: The Flying Dutchman" by Extreme





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