Music (Season Four)

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4.01 Lazarus Rising

AC/DC - You Shook Me All Night Long

plays during the opening montage

The Republic Tigers - Fight Song

Dean and Bobby find Sam

Jason Manns - Vision

the music on Sam's iPod that Dean exiles from the Impala

Production music from Carlin Music, composed by Martyn Laight - Wrapped Around Your Finger

plays when Sam and Dean are eating in the diner full of demons; also played in All Hell Breaks Loose: Part One

4.02 Are You There, God? It's Me, Dean Winchester

Billy Squier - Lonely Is the Night

plays during the previouslies

4.03 In The Beginning

The Allman Brothers - Ramblin' Man

plays in the diner when Dean talks with John; also played in Pilot

Kenny Smith and the Loveliters - Go For Your Self

plays when John and Mary are in the diner

4.04 Metamorphosis

Hound Dog Taylor and the HouseRockers - Phillip's Theme

plays in the bar when Jack's having a drink

4.05 Monster Movie

Johann Sebastian Bach - Toccata And Fugue In D Minor

the piece Ed Brewer plays on the organ in the movie house

4.06 Yellow Fever

Survivor - Eye Of the Tiger

the song that Dean air drums to while waiting in the car; also featured in the "Supernatural surprise" at the end of the episode

4.07 It's The Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester

Nine Days - Just As Through With You

the first song that plays at the Halloween party; plays through to the apple-bobbing scene

4.08 Wishful Thinking


4.09 I Know What You Did Last Summer


4.10 Heaven And Hell

Bad Company - Ready For Love

plays while Dean and Anna make love

4.11 Family Remains


4.12 Criss Angel Is A Douchebag

Christopher Lennertz and Steve Frangadakis - I Am the Douchebag (Douchebag Theme)

the song that plays when Jeb Dexter is killed

Buva - She Makes Me Fall Down

plays when Dean and Sam meet Jay in the diner

4.13 After School Special

Foreigner - Long, Long Way From Home

plays as the Impala pulls up in front of the school, when the present switches to the flashback

4.14 Sex And Violence

White Zombie - Thunder Kiss '65

the first song that plays in the strip club

Brian Tichy - Steal the World

the second song that plays in the strip club

4.15 Death Takes A Holiday

George Highfill & Jai Josefs - Perfect Situation For A Fool

plays in the beginning as the two men leave the bar

4.16 On The Head Of A Pin


4.17 It's A Terrible Life

The Kinks - A Well-Respected Man

plays over the opening Dean montage

Brian Tichy - Hollow

the rock music that (briefly) plays on Dean's radio and interrupts "A Well-Respected Man"

4.18 The Monster At The End Of This Book


4.19 Jump The Shark

Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear

plays when Dean asks about the missing bartender

4.20 The Rapture


4.21 When The Levee Breaks