Music (Season Eight)

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8.01 We Need to Talk About Kevin

Jethro Tull - Locomotive Breath

plays during "The Road So Far" recap of events

Styx - Man in the Wilderness

plays over the montage of Dean post-Purgatory

8.02 What's Up, Tiger Mommy?

Reverend Horton Heat - The Devil's Chasing Me

plays when Kevin and Mrs. Tran are getting tattooed

8.03 Heartache

Jamie Dunlap & Scott Nickoley - Good Love Gone Bad (MasterSource)

playing from inside the strip club as Randa kills a man in the alley

8.04 Bitten

Milo Green - What's the Matter

plays at various points in the episode

Fairechild - These Days

plays when Kate and Brian talk about film

The Muddy Reds - Waiting on Nicky

plays while the group talks about their future

The Broken Remotes - Get Alone

plays when Michael tests out his new abilities

The Muddy Reds - Bathtub

plays when Brian sets up the cameras in the house

The Leaning Eaves - I Lie (Aperture Music Library)

plays when Sam and Dean question Brian

Should - Turned Tables

plays when Brian and Kate are talking about Michael

Koko Taylor - It Took a Long Time

plays in the diner while Sam and Dean are doing research

The Outdoors - Barricades

plays as Kate and Michael pack to leave

8.05 Blood Brother

Edvard Grieg - In the Hall of the Mountain King from Peer Gynt, Suite No. 1, Op. 46.

whistled by Benny in Purgatory

According to director Guy Bee, this was an homage to the Fritz Lang Movie M, where the killer played by Peter Lorre whistles the same tune.

8.06 Southern Comfort

Soundgarden - Fell on Black Days

plays during the penny montage; also played in 2.05 Simon Said

The ringtones on Garth's phones were:

  • Jump by Kriss Kross
  • Wild Wild West by Kool Moe Dee
  • Hammer Time by M.C. Hammer

8.07 A Little Slice of Kevin

The Animals - We Gotta Get out of This Place

plays in the beginning when Dean is driving and first sees Cas

8.08 Hunteri Heroici

Ludwig van Beethoven - Ode to Joy from Symphony No. 9

plays at the end while Castiel sits with Fred

8.09 Citizen Fang

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Born on the Bayou

plays over the opening scene with Benny

Steve Earle - Feel Alright

plays when Dean gets the call from Elizabeth

Marlin James - That Old Familiar Pain (Sonoton)

plays at the end of the episode

8.10 Torn and Frayed

Bob Seger - Katmandu

plays during "The Road So Far" recap of events

8.11 LARP and the Real Girl

The Doobie Brothers - China Grove

plays in the beginning when Sam and Dean talk in the car

8.12 As Time Goes By

As Time Goes By

plays on young John Winchester's music box, and is whistled by Henry Winchester

Watt Son - The Future Is Strange

plays from a car as Henry escapes the motel room

Bodega Girls feat. Anthony Rossomando - Surf's Up America

plays when Sam, Dean and Henry enter Astro Comics

8.13 Everybody Hates Hitler

Dude Royal - Love High

plays in the bar while Rabbi Bass is there

Ella Fitzgerald - Get Thee Behind Me Satan

plays when Sam and Dean are first in the bunker

Frankie Laine & Carl Fischer’s Orchestra - Sunny Side of the Street

plays over the end scene of Sam and Dean in the bunker

8.14 Trial and Error

Claude Debussy - Clair de Lune

plays while Carl and Alice are having dinner

Divinyls - I Touch Myself

plays when Dean walks in on Ellie's last night "celebration"

8.15 Man's Best Friend with Benefits

Tony Osborne and His Orchestra - Puerto de la Cruz

plays at the witch bar when James meets with Spencer

Paul Lenart & Bill Novick - Dark Night Groove C (Sonoton)

plays while Dean and Portia meet with Phillippe and Spencer

8.16 Remember the Titans


8.17 Goodbye Stranger

Supertramp - Goodbye Stranger

plays during the closing montage

8.18 Freaks and Geeks

The Rubens - I'll Surely Die

plays during the opening scene

8.19 Taxi Driver


8.20 Pac-Man Fever

Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Night Hop

plays during the teaser

Katrina and the Waves - Walking on Sunshine

plays during Charlie's outfit montage; also played in 7.20 The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo

Frédéric Chopin - Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2

plays in the shopping mall

8.21 The Great Escapist

Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass - Spanish Flea

plays when the demons call Crowley from the hunters trap; also known as the theme to The Dating Game

8.22 Clip Show


8.23 Sacrifice

Kansas - Carry On Wayward Son

plays during "The Road So Far" recap of events; also played in 1.21 Salvation, 2.22 All Hell Breaks Loose: Part Two, 3.16 No Rest for the Wicked, 4.22 Lucifer Rising, 5.22 Swan Song, 6.22 The Man Who Knew Too Much and 7.23 Survival of the Fittest

Christopher Lennertz - The Rat Pack

plays in the restaurant where Jody and Crowley meet for their dinner date

Sir Mix-A-Lot - Baby Got Back

Crowley's ringtone

Josey James & Waylon Jefferson James - Your Other Man (Extreme Music)

plays in the bar while Cas and Metatron wait for a cupid to show up

Katie Thompson & Martyn Laight - I'm So Blue (CPM / Carlin)

plays in the bar while Dean and Cas wait for a cupid to show up; also played in 4.01 Lazarus Rising

Gallery - Nice to Be with You

plays in the bar when the two guys fall in love

David Bowie - Changes

sung by Crowley as Sam tries to cure him