Music (Season One)

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Unaired Pilot

Green Day - Boulevard of Broken Dreams

plays when Jessica gets ready for the Halloween party

50 Cent - Disco Inferno

plays when Jessica, Sam and a friend are at the Halloween party

Jay-Z & Linkin Park - Points of Authority/99 Problems/One Step Closer

plays when the guy stops for the hitchhiking Woman in White

ZZ Top - La Grange

plays when Dean and Sam at the gas station

Metallica - Enter Sandman

plays after Sam found Dean's "mullet rock" collection

AC/DC - Highway to Hell

plays after Constance's spirit's gone and Dean and Sam are talking about finding their dad

AC/DC - Back in Black

plays during closing credits

1.01 Pilot

Classic - What Cha Gonna Do

plays when Jessica, Sam and a friend are at the Halloween party

Eagles of Death Metal - Speaking in Tongues

plays when the guy stops for the hitch-hiking Woman in White

The Allman Brothers Band - Ramblin' Man

plays when Dean and Sam are at the gas station

AC/DC - Back in Black

plays after Sam finds Dean's "mullet rock" collection

Loveless - A Gift to the World

plays after Sam finds Dean's "mullet rock" collection; Netflix version

Keith Rosier - She Cheated on a Cheater

plays as Sam and Dean check into the motel

AC/DC - Highway to Hell

plays when Dean says "Saved your ass"

1.02 Wendigo

Dave Matthews Band - Out of My Hands

played during Sam's nightmare in which he visits Jess' grave

Foreigner - Hot Blooded

plays in the car when Sam wakes from his nightmare

Steve Fister - She Ain't Lonesome

plays in the car when Sam wakes from his nightmare; Netflix version

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Down South Jukin'

plays at the bar where the guys discuss the case and watch the video on the laptop

Rush - Fly by Night

plays at the end when Sam's driving the Impala and they leave the woods

1.03 Dead in the Water

Jesse Turnbow - What a Way to Go (Black Toast Music)

plays at the Lynnwood Inn, when the guys look through newspaper articles

Ratt - Round and Round

plays when they arrive at Lake Manitoc

Billy Squire - Too Daze Gone

plays in the car with the "We don't have to hug, are we?" remark

Bad Company - Movin' On

plays at the end when they leave Andrea and her son

Mentioned, but not played: Led Zeppelin

1.04 Phantom Traveler

Black Sabbath - Paranoid

plays on the way to the warehouse

Powerman 5000 - Riot Time

plays on the way to the warehouse; Netflix version

Rush - Working Man

plays in the Impala when they try to get Amanda Walker on the phone

Metallica - Some Kind of Monster

hummed by Dean on the plane

Blues Sarenco - Load RageS1Com, p.34

playing on a girls headphones, as Dean is checking for EMF on the plane

1.05 Bloody Mary

Fall Out Boy - Sugar, We're Going Down

plays during Jill's encounter with Bloody Mary

Def Leppard - Rock of Ages

plays in the car, when they're talking about how Mary is connected to all the mirrors

The Rolling Stones - Laugh, I Nearly Died

plays at the end of the episode when Sam sees Jess on the side of the road

Fred Haring - Bones into Dust

plays at the end of the episode when Sam sees Jess on the side of the road; Netflix version

1.06 Skin

Iron Butterfly - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida

plays while the shapeshifter is surrounded by police in the apartment

Mommy and Daddy - Good Deal

plays while the shapeshifter is surrounded by police in the apartment; Netflix version

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Poison Whiskey

plays at the gas station, where Sam's reading his emails

Filter - Hey Man, Nice Shot

plays when the shapeshifter is fleeing the crime scene and shedding its skin in the sewers

The Death Riders - Mary

plays when the shapeshifter is fleeing the crime scene and shedding its skin in the sewers; Netflix version

Free - All Right Now

plays at the end of the episode when Dean tells Sam that he wished he could have a normal life

1.07 Hookman

Split Habit - Higher Mathematics

plays at the beginning of the episode, when Lori's getting ready for her date

Quiet Riot - Bang Your Head (Metal Health)

plays when they're arriving at the fraternity house

Low Five - Noise

plays when they meet Murf and question him about the death of the fraternity guy

Leslie Pearson - At Rest (Bruton Music)

plays at the sermon for Lori's dead friend

Leslie Pearson - Royal Bethlehem (Bruton Music)

plays while Sam and Dean do research at the library

Paul Richards - U Do 2 Me

plays at the college party

Boston - Peace of Mind

plays at the end of the episode, when Sam and Dean hit the road

Keygrip - Dancing on a Wire

plays at the end of the episode, when Sam and Dean hit the road; Netflix version

1.08 Bugs

Def Leppard - Rock of Ages

plays at the beginning in the bar scene; also played in 1.05 Bloody Mary

Sonny Ellis - I Got More Bills Than I Got Pay S1Com

plays while Dean and Sam attend the open house at Oasis Plains

Bernie Marsden - Poke in Tha ButtS1Com (Extreme Music)

plays at the open house when Larry pulls Matt aside after he sees him talking to Sam

Bob Reynolds - MedusaS1Com (MasterSource)

plays very briefly as Dean & Sam park at the university where they get the bones identified

The Scorpions - No One Like You

plays at the end of the episode, when the guys hit the road

1.09 Home

NONE

1.10 Asylum

Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Hey You

plays at the bar when they question the cop

1.11 Scarecrow

Colepitz - PuppetS1Com

the song Meg is listening to on her iPod while she's waiting for a ride, when Sam "startles" her

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Lodi

plays at the bus station, when Sam meets Meg again

Bad Company - Bad Company

plays at the end, when Meg makes her "call"

Mentioned, but not played: Led Zeppelin

1.12 Faith

Blue Öyster Cult - (Don't Fear) The Reaper

plays when the Reaper kills the girl in the woods

Death Riders - Death in the Valley

plays when the Reaper kills the girl in the woods; Netflix version

1.13 Route 666

The James Gang - Walk Away

plays at the service station, when Cassie first calls Dean

Bad Company - She Brings Me Love

plays during the love scene between Dean and Cassie

Sharif - Paradise

plays during the love scene between Dean and Cassie; Netflix version

Blind Faith - Can't Find My Way Home

plays at the end of the episode, when Dean puts on his shades

The Minors - Line of Love

plays at the end of the episode, when Dean puts on his shades; Netflix version

1.14 Nightmare

The Bob Seger System - 2+2=?

plays at the beginning, when Jim pulls his car in the garage

Flickerstick - Money and Dealers

plays at the beginning, when Jim pulls his car in the garage; Netflix version

The Bob Seger System - LuciferS1Com

plays on the radio as Sam and Dean drive to Michigan

1.15 The Benders

Joe Walsh - Rocky Mountain Way

plays at Kugel's Kec bar, with Dean playing dart and Sam doing research

George Gershwin - Sweet and Low Down

plays while Pa Bender is in the kitchen

1.16 Shadow

Little Charlie and the Nightcats - You Got Your Hooks in Me

the song Meredith is listening to on her iPod

The Vue - Pictures of Me

plays at the Firehead Bar, when Dean hits on the bartender and Sam spots Meg again

X - The New WorldS1Com

plays at the bar while Meg and Sam are talking

1.17 Hell House

Blue Öyster Cult - Fire of Unknown Origin

the song on the radio Dean is singing

Terramara - Jaded Little Love Song

the song on the radio Dean is singing; Netflix version

Blue Öyster Cult - Burnin' for You

plays when Dean and Sam interview the kids, and also at the end of the episode, when they leave the trailer park

Zach Tempest - Slow DeathS1Com (Extreme Music)

plays when Dean and Sam go to the music store to talk to Craig for the first time

Zach Tempest - AnthemS1Com (Extreme Music)

plays when Dean and Sam go to the music store to talk to Craig for the second time

Rex Hobart and the Misery Boys - Point of No Return

plays while talking about the Tulpa in the diner

The Waco Brothers - Fast Train Down

plays in the restaurant when Dean gets his hand glued to his beer

1.18 Something Wicked

UFO - Rock Bottom

plays while Sam and Dean are on their way to Fitchburg

Ozzy Osbourne - Road to Nowhere

plays at the end of the episode, when they hit the road again

Molly - Another Day of Regrets

plays at the end of the episode, when they hit the road again; Netflix version

1.19 Provenance

Steve Carlson - Night Time

plays at the Bar, when Dean hits on the girls

Antonin Dvorak - Romantic Piece No. 1S1Com

plays at the auction house

Alan Pasqua - One More OnceS1Com

plays when Sam and Sarah have dinner together

Grand Funk Railroad - Bad Time (To Be in Love)

the song on the car radio; Dean "sets the mood" for Sam and Sarah

1.20 Dead Man's Blood

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - The House Is Rockin'

plays when Elkins is in the bar studying his journal

Brian Keith Nutter - Searching for the Truth

plays when Sam and Dean are at the diner looking for a job

88 Crash - Trailer Trash

plays when John tells Sam and Dean about vampires

Tito & Tarantula - Strange Face of Love

plays while the vampires are partying at their place

1.21 Salvation

Kansas - Carry On Wayward Son

plays during "The Road So Far" recap of events

1.22 Devil's Trap

Triumph - Fight the Good Fight

plays during "The Road So Far" recap of events

Steve Fister - "Won't Fall Down"

plays during "The Road So Far" recap of events; Netflix version

Joe Walsh and Barnstorm - Turn to Stone

plays when Sam and Dean are on their way to see Bobby

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising

plays at the end of the episode, when they are hit by the truck

Tom Coerver - Backwater Rising

plays at the end of the episode, when they are hit by the truck; Netflix version
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