Veronica Mars
 : Veronica Mars

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by: Veronica Mars

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Price: $19.95
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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0067003044424
Format: Soundtrack
Item Dimensions: 5050020575
Label: Nettwerk Records
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Nettwerk Records
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Nettwerk Records
Release Date: September 27, 2005
Running Time: 44 minutes
Studio: Nettwerk Records

Disc 1:
  1. We Used To Be Friends (theme song) - The Dandy Warhols
  2. I Hear The Bells - Mike Doughty
  3. I Know I Know I Know - Tegan & Sara
  4. I Turn My Camera On - Spoon
  5. No Sleep Tonight - The Faders
  6. Dakota - Stereophonics
  7. Sway - The Perishers
  8. Long Time Coming - Delays
  9. On Your Porch - The Format
  10. Ocean City Girl - Ivy
  11. Momentary Thing - Something Happens
  12. The Way You Are - 46bliss
  13. Lost & Found - Adrienne Pierce
  14. Lily Dreams On - Cotton Mather
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Every teenage private investigator needs a killer soundtrack to follow his or her private investigating, and Veronica Mars is no exception. Nettwerk Records is proud to release the Veronica Mars soundtrack, featuring 14 tracks by the Dandy Warhols (performing the UPN show's theme, 'We Used to Be Friends'), Tegan & Sara, Spoon, Ivy and more. 2005.
Say you're a fearless, smart, crime-solving high school student: what's on your iPod? If you're Veronica Mars, you've got a great playlist. The songs included on the "Veronica Mars" soundtrack (featured in both seasons one and two) are drawn from a pool of strong indie talent--exactly what you'd expect from a think-for-herself individual like Veronica. The Dandy Warhols' show-opening "We Used to Be Friends" sets up Veronica's emotional struggles in the deeply divided town of Neptune. And fans of the show will recall Cotton Mather's sad, Beatles-esque "Lily Dreams On" playing while a relieved Veronica dreams of her murdered best friend-- just after finally exposing her true killer. With additional tunes like Spoon's funked-up "I Turn My Camera On" and The Perishers smooth "Sway," plus the U.S. introduction of U.K. pop/punk band The Faders ("No Sleep Tonight"), the soundtrack moves through a wide range of musical and lyrical styles, yet somehow it hangs together, due in part to the eclectic nature of the show itself. Veronica aficionados will enjoy getting to know her even better through the songs chosen for this album, and newbies may soon find themselves converted to rabid fans. --Noelle Williams

Average Rating: none

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