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Music~ True Blood~ Season 4

Post  Aolani on September 20th 2011, 12:25 pm

Music~ True Blood~ Season 4

Episode 4.01 – She’s Not There

“Real Wild Child” by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (Tara fighting in the cage)

“What’s on Your Mind” by Soda Jerk (Tara and Naomi encounter a drunk post-fight)

“Better Get On” by Danny Wilde (Sookie goes back to Merlotte’s and catches up with Arlene & Lafayette)

“Calling the Shots” by Misisipi Mike Wolf (Maxine and Tommy enter Merlotte’s)

“What You Do to Me” by Blakroc feat. Billy Danze, Jim Jones & Nicole Wray (Tara and Naomi in bed when Lafayette texts Tara)

“Dues” by El Camino (Sookie meets with Portia in Merlotte’s)

“Xcess” by Slick Idiot (remixed by Schneider of Rammstein) (Jessica dances at Fangtasia and attracts an admirer)

“She’s Not There” by Neko Case & Nick Cave (closing credits)

Episode 4.02 – You Smell Like Dinner

“Dominatrix” by Zack Tempest (Pam comes out of Fangtasia and sees the protesters)

“And The World Laughs With You” by Flying Lotus feat. Thom Yorke (Lafayette and Jesus talk in the kitchen)

“Trash The Place” by See Spot Kill (flashback to 1982 London)

“Lift Off” by John Etkin-Bell and Mike Farmer (Bill chats up the bartender)

“Make Some Noise” by John Etkin-Bell and Mike Farmer (Bill feeds on the bartender)

“A Life on the Ocean Wave” by unknown marching band (Nan approaches Bill about joining her “mainstreaming” movement)

“Fat City” by Tom Heyman (Sookie is back at work at Merlotte’s and meets baby Mikey)

“Trampolines” by Eric Corne (Sam finds Luna in his office)

“Wheels” by Kanude (Tommy and his friend discuss Luna)

“Family Man” by Craig Campbell (Jessica drives to Fangtasia instead of getting aspirin for Hoyt

“Clown Darker” by DJ Acucrack (the protesters are back outside Fangtasia)

“Coming Down” by DJ Acucrack (Jessica lures in the fangbanger)

“Well OK Honey” by Jenny O (Tara and Naomi talk on the phone)

“Shoot First” by unknown (Sookie discovers Jessica and the fangbanger in the ladies room)

“You Smell Like Dinner” by Jinx Titanic and Super 8 C*m Shot (closing credits)

Episode 4.03 - If You Love Me, Why Am I Dyin’?

“The Wreck of Us” by J Novak (Pam snacks on Jethro at Fangtasia)

“If You Love Me (Why Am I Dyin’)” by Boxing Ghandis (Lafayette, Jesus and Tara have dinner in the backyard and discuss how to handle Eric)

“Montgomery Moonlight” by Ohio Sound Machine (Sookie visits Alcide, and Debbie)

“Restraining Order Blues” by Michelle Malone (Tara asks Sookie to talk to Eric about leniency)

“Nowhere” by G. DaPonte (Sam and Tara catch up on the back porch)

“Who Needs Forever” (Thievery Corporation Remix) by Astrud Gilberto (Bill and Portia have dinner)

“Child’s Play” by Dave Pezzner (Pam throws Lafayette in Fangtasia’s basement)

“Season of the Witch” by Karen Elson (closing credits)

Episode 4.04 - I’m Alive and on Fire

“Calling the Shots” by Misisipi Mike Wolf (playing in Sam’s truck)

“Do You Remember” by La Luna (Sam shows up at Luna’s house and meets her daughter)

“Butt Me Buster” by Helmut Reinhardt (Bill meets Portia’s grandmother)

“Tighten Up” by The Watson Twins (Alcide comes home after helping Sookie and tells Debi what he did)
“Moonlight Remembers” by APM

“Twisting Wind” by Helen Henderson (Jason drags himself to the side of the road where Jessica & Hoyt find him)

“I’m Alive and On Fire” by Danko Jones (closing credits)

Episode 4.05 - Me and the Devil

“Here I Come” by Nashville Session Singers (Tara calls Naomi, who asks her an important question)

“Waitin’ on the Sky” by Steve Earle (Sookie probes Holly for information about the Wicca group)

“Meet Me in the Alleyway” by Steve Earle (Jason tells Hoyt what he went through in Hotshot)

“Me and the Devil” by Gil Scott-Heron (closing credits)

Sookie/Eric Music Cue by Nathan Barr (Sookie & Eric kiss on the porch)

Episode 4.06 - I Wish I Was The Moon

“Las Olas Del Mar” by El Son Que Faltaba (Jesus’ grandfather tells Jesus and Lafayette to bring him a sacrifice)

“What’d I Do” by Lance Miller (“Sam” fires Sookie)

“Brand New Man” by Brooks & Dunn (“Sam” talks to Maxine Fortenberry about Tommy)

“Hide Me” by Hayes Caryll (Alcide argues with Debbie about joining Marcus’ pack)

“The Soul of a Man Never Dies” by John Hatton (Tara takes Naomi to Merlotte’s; Jessica races to Jason’s side)

“Mexico” by The Spares (Pam attacks Tara and Naomi)

“I Wish I Was the Moon” by Neko Case (Sookie and Eric reunite in the woods/closing credits)

Episode 4.07 - Cold Grey Light of Dawn

“Where You Are” by Steven Casper and Cowboy Angst (Pam attacks Tara outside Merlotte’s)

“Yellow Elevator #2″ by The Black Angels (Debbie and Alcide walking in the woods)

“Town Called Heartbreak” by Patti Scialfa (Tara urges Naomi to leave Bon Temps)

“Always a Friend” by Alejandro Escovedo (feat. Bruce Springsteen) (Jason fantasizes about Jessica, then Hoyt comes over to hang out)

“Come See Me” by Steve McComb (Sam goes to see Luna at school & realizes what Tommy has done)

“Dyin’ Ain’t the End of the World” by The Shake (Sam and Luna talk at Merlotte’s)

“Send Mary a Letter” by Scott Hall (Alcide and Debbie in bed together)

“Cold, Grey Light of Dawn” by Nick Lowe (closing credits)

Episode 4.08 - Spellbound

“Wacky’s Tackle” by The Hollow Trees (Sam stops by to apologize to Luna & stays for dinner)

“Crazy Like Me” by Camp Burnette (Jessica & Jason get it on in the truck during Jessica’s daydream)

“Shuffle Your Feet” by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (Marcus tells the pack to stay out of the witch/vampire war)

“Te-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu” by Slim Harpo (Terry & Arlene argue at Merlotte’s while Baby Mikey watches)

“No Place to Hide” by Betty Everett (Marcus warns Alcide & Sookie that something big is about to go down between the vampires and witches)

“Heebie Jeebies” by the Boswell Sisters (Lafayette has a dream about Mavis’s past)

“Spellbound” by Siouxsie & the Banshees (closing credits)

Episode 4.09 - Let’s Get Out of Here

“Sleep Walk” by Henri Rene (Sookie fantasizes about Eric & Bill)

“Stray Dog” by Kevin Welch (Tommy meets Marcus at Merlotte’s)

“Theme from Picnic” by Terry Snyder (Sookie tells fantasy Eric & Bill that she wants it all)

“Tears Wellin’ Up” by Chris Norton & Frank Mize

“Haunted” by Taylor Swift

“Let’s Get Out of Here” by Les Savvy Fav

Episode 4.10 - Burning Down the House

“Superstition” by The Kills (Debbie tells Marcus she wants to have babies but Alcide doesn’t)

“Lawd Have Mercy” by El Camino (playing at Marcus’s shop when Alcide & Sam show up)

“Burning Down the House” by The Used (closing credits)

Episode 4.11 - Soul of Fire

“You Need Love” by Muddy Waters (Marcus tries to talk Debbie into going away with him and Emma)

“What Shall I Wear” by Modern Music Nashville (playing on the TV at Luna’s house)

“Soul of Fire” by Witch (closing credits)

Episode 4.12 - And When I Die

“Drivin’ Nails in My Coffin” by Those Darlins (Zombie Arlene startles Sookie & tells her about Tommy; Sookie talks to Sam in his office)

“Rockin’ Bones” by Ronnie Dawson (Arlene scolds Cobe & Lisa; Sam introduces them to Emma)

“Monster Mash” by Boris Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers (Alcide makes his pitch to Sookie)

“On a Fast Moving Train” by The Great Crusades (Sookie lights the jack-o-lanterns outside Merlotte’s and talks to Holly)

“The Bucket of Blood” by The Great Crusades (Arlene takes out the trash and meets up with Rene’s spirit)

“Where Did You Sleep Last Night” by Jim Oblon (Little Red Riding Hood/Jessica sneaks through the woods to Jason’s house)

“Aly, Walk With Me” by The Raveonettes (Jessica and Jason go for it)

“Dogs of Hell” by Jason Novak (Pam has a meltdown and Ginger comforts her)

“And When I Die” by The Heavy (closing credits)


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