High Fidelity music: over 100 High Fidelity songs

High Fidelity music: more than 100 songs

High Fidelity is one of our favorite movies from the 2000s and, by extension, from all of cinema in general. It’s the fusion. A part of it, of course, is due to its screenplay, how well the role suits John Cusack, Jack Black in his own role, or Tim Robbins in his. Another part, obviously, is the source: Nick Hornby’s book is pure love for music and the image of the loser who’s immature, yet somehow our friend or even ourselves. Do you want a top 5 list of the best songs from the movie? We’ll do that too.

Because, if there’s one thing that stands out about this movie above the rest, even appealing to its critics, it’s the High Fidelity soundtrack, featuring some great 70s music, primarily, but also from other decades. In this article, we’ll show you the songs that make up the movie’s soundtrack, the book’s soundtrack, and the series just filmed by Zoë Kravitz, daughter of Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet (who portrayed the character Marie De Salle in the original film). Since the series premiered on February 14th on the Hulu platform, we can now mention its entire soundtrack.

For those who haven’t seen it yet, the main intrigue of the High Fidelity series lies in seeing how it translates the original story into a different musical world. The current music industry has shifted much from the physical and analog to the digital, which was already affecting record stores in the year 2000, so there’s that. Moreover, the music itself, in terms of genres, has also changed. The trends are different now, even though in the movie and the book, the songs and bands were from previous years. So, if you haven’t watched the series yet, you might want to know which songs appear in it as well.

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1.1 Complete List of Songs in High Fidelity Movie, including background tracks that may not stand out

High Fidelity Movie Soundtrack

The High Fidelity movie, directed by Stephen Frears and starring American John Cusack, Danish Iben Hjejle, and, to a lesser extent, the introverted character Todd Louiso, along with the aforementioned Jack Black and Tim Robbins. By the way, these last two knew each other from working together in theater, and it was Robbins who recommended Black for the role of the typical music geek who doesn’t let just anyone get close to him, because not all the bands and songs he likes are suitable for others. Making this something exclusive to you, knowing that you’re the one who discovered it. Anyway, those things. And let’s not forget Joan Cusack, John’s real-life sister (… those funny parents naming their kids) who plays the classic friend of the couple in the film.

At various points, we find that the High Fidelity movie deviates from the book’s story to make it more cinematic but also more distinct, adding additional layers to the original plot. This is largely thanks to the screenplay written by Cusack himself, along with a few of his friends from Chicago, the essential setting of the movie, which modifies the original British context. Despite these changes, it’s important to note that Frears’ direction, an English director known for his brilliant small films, though perhaps more famous for directing The Queen, allows the tone and humor of the novel to remain intact. However, it’s in the mix, which even allows for a cameo like Bruce Springsteen’s, for example, where the heart of the film lies.

But well, as we’re here to discuss the High Fidelity soundtrack, we won’t linger on the intricacies and screenplay of the movie any longer. The truth is, we’re big fans, and that clouds our judgment and sense of time. When one imagines what their greatest work would be as a child, and then sees that a book and a movie portray it as they wanted, while simultaneously devoid of any epic and making it clear that no matter what you do, you’re a loser in life, you end up living in certain films without really knowing why. Because, as someone once told me about this: “It seemed pretty normal to me. I don’t see where the charm is, but it’s missing.”

Complete List of Songs in High Fidelity Movie, including background tracks that may not stand out

High Fidelity Movie Soundtrack

The following list is available in its original version on IMDB:

You’re Gonna Miss Me

  • Written by Roky Erickson
  • Performed by 13th Floor Elevators (como The Thirteenth Floor Elevators)
  • Courtesy of Charly Licensing APS
  • Arranged by Celebrity Licensing Inc.

I Want Candy

  • Written by Jerry Goldstein (como Gerald Goldstein), Bob Feldman, Richard Gottehrer, y Bert Berns
  • Performed by Bow Wow Wow
  • Courtesy of BMG Entertainment International U.K.

Crocodile Rock

  • Written by Elton John y Bernie Taupin
  • Performed by Elton John
  • Courtesy of Universal International Music, B.V.
  • Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Crimson and Clover

  • Written by Tommy James y Peter P. Lucia Jr. (como Peter Lucia)
  • Performed by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
  • Courtesy of The Isly Def Jam Music Group
  • Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Seymour Stein

  • Written by Isobel Campbell, Roy Moller, Richard Colburn, Christopher Geddes,
  • Sarah Martin, Stuart Murdoch, Stuart David, y Stevie Jackson (como Stephen Jackson)
  • Performed by Belle & Sebastian
  • Courtesy of Jeepster/Matador

Jacob’s Ladder

  • Written by Neil Peart, Geddy Lee (como Gary Weinrib), y Alex Lifeson (como Alex Zivojinovich)

Walking On Sunshine

  • Written by Kimberley Rew
  • Performed by Katrina & The Waves (como Katrina y The Waves)
  • Courtesy of Capitol Records
  • Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

Baby Got Going

  • Written by Liz Phair y Scott Litt
  • Performed by Liz Phair
  • Courtesy of Capitol Records
  • Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

Little Did I Know

  • Written by John Terlesky
  • Performed by Brother JT 3
  • Courtesy of Drag City

I’m Wrong About Everything

  • Escrita e interpretada por John Wesley Harding
  • Courtesy of Hollywood Records

I Can’t Sty The Rain

  • Written by Ann Peebles, Donald Bryant, y Bernard Miller
  • Performed by Ann Peebles
  • Courtesy of Hi Records
  • Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

The River

  • Escrita e interpretada por Bruce Springsteen
  • Courtesy of Columbia Records
  • Arranged by Sony Music Licensing

Baby, I Love Your Way

  • Written by Peter Frampton
  • Performed by Lisa Bonet

Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam

  • Written by Eugene Kelly y Frances McKee
  • Performed by La Onda Vaselina
  • Courtesy of Sub Pop Records

Cold Blooded Old Times

  • Written by Bill Callahan (como Bill Callahan)
  • Performed by Bill Callahan (como Smog)
  • Courtesy of Drag City

On Hold

  • Escrita e interpretada por Edith Frost
  • Courtesy of Drag City

Hyena 1

  • Written by Goldie (como Clifford Price) y Mark Sayfritz
  • Performed by Goldie
  • Courtesy of London Records
  • Arranged by Warner Special Products

I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More, Babe

  • Escrita e interpretada por Barry White
  • Courtesy of The Isly Def Jam Music Group
  • Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Always See Your Face

  • Written by Arthur Lee
  • Performed by Love
  • Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
  • Arranged by Warner Special Products

Soaring and Boring

  • Written by Liam Hayes
  • Performed by Liam Hayes (como Plush)
  • Courtesy of Drag City

Leave Home

  • Written by Tom Rowlands (como Thomas Rowlands), Ed Simons (como Edmund Simons), y Blake Baxter
  • Performed by The Chemical Brothers
  • Courtesy of Astralwerks Records

Four to the Floor

  • Escrita e interpretada por John Etkin-Bell
  • Courtesy of Associated Production Music


  • Escrita e interpretada por Toby Bricheno y Jan Cryka
  • Courtesy of Associated Production Music

Who Loves The Sun

  • Written by Lou Reed
  • Performed by The Velvet Underground
  • Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
  • Arranged by Warner Special Products

Robbin’s Nest

  • Written by Illinois Jacquet y Sir Charles Thompson
  • Performed by Illinois Jacquet
  • Courtesy of Blue Note Records
  • Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

Rock Steady

  • Escrita e interpretada por Aretha Franklin
  • Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
  • Arranged by Warner Special Products

Suspect Device

  • Written by Jake Burns y Gordon Ogilvie
  • Performed by Stiff Little Fingers
  • Courtesy of EMI Records UK.

Dry The Rain

  • Written by Steve Mason (como Stephen Mason), John Maclean, y Robin Johnson
  • Performed by The Beta Band
  • Courtesy of Astralwerks Records

We Are The Champions

  • Written by Freddie Mercury
  • Performed by Queen
  • Courtesy of Hollywood Records/ EMI Records UK

I’m Glad You’re Mine

  • Escrita e interpretada por Al Green
  • Courtesy of Hi Records
  • Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

Your Friend and Mine

  • Written by Arthur Lee
  • Performed by Love
  • Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
  • Arranged by Warner Special Products


  • Written by Elvis Costello y Clive Langer
  • Performed by Elvis Costello and The Attractions
  • Courtesy of Rykodisc y Crimson Productions Ltd.

Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You

  • Escrita e interpretada por Bob Dylan
  • Courtesy of Columbia Records
  • Arranged by Sony Music Licensing

Get It Together

  • Written by Mark Farner
  • Performed by Gry Funk Railroad
  • Courtesy of Capitol Records
  • Under license from EMI-Capital Music Special Markets

Fallen For You

  • Escrita e interpretada por Sheila Nicholls
  • Courtesy Hollywood Records

Oh! Sweet Nuthin’

Written by Lou Reed

  • Performed by The Velvet Underground
  • Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
  • Arranged by Warner Special Products

This India

  • Escrita e interpretada por Harbhajhn Singh y Navinder Pal Singh
  • Courtesy of Associated Production Music

Tread Water

  • Written by Prince Paul, Trugoy The Dove (como David Jolicoeur), Vincent Mason (como Vincent Mason), y Posdnuos (como Kelvin Mercer)
  • Performed by De La Soul
  • Courtesy of Tommy Boy Records

The Moonbeam Song

  • Escrita e interpretada por Harry Nilsson
  • Courtesy of The RCA Records Label

Juice (Know the Ledge)

  • Written by Eric B. (como Eric Barrier) y Rakim (como William Griffin)
  • Performed by Eric B. & Rakim (como Eric B. y Rakim)
  • Courtesy of MCA Records
  • Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Doing It Anyway

  • Escrita e interpretada por Apartment 26
  • Courtesy of Hollywood Records

What’s On Your Mind

  • Written by Eric B. (como Eric Barrier) y Rakim (como William Griffin)
  • Performed by Eric B. & Rakim (como Eric B. y Rakim)
  • Courtesy of MCA Records
  • Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Good and Strong

  • Written by Sy Smith y Eddie Stokes
  • Performed by Sy Smith
  • Courtesy of Hollywood Records


  • Written by Doug Sahm
  • Performed by Sir Douglas Quintet
  • Courtesy of The Isly Def Jam Music Group
  • Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

The Inside Game

  • Written by Neil Hagerty y Jennifer Herrema
  • Performed by Royal Trux
  • Courtesy of Drag City

The Night Chicago Died

  • Written by Mitch Murray y Peter Callander

Chapel of Rest

  • Escrita e interpretada por Dick Walter
  • Courtesy of Associated Production Music

Most of the Time

  • Escrita e interpretada por Bob Dylan
  • Courtesy of Columbia Records
  • Arranged by Sony Music Licensing

I Get The Sweetest Feeling

  • Written by Carolyn Evelyn y Van McCoy
  • Performed by Jackie Wilson
  • Courtesy of Brunswick Record Corp.

Lo Boob Oscillator

  • Written by Tim Gane y Laetitia Sadier
  • Performed by Stereolab
  • Courtesy of Sub Pop Records

The Anti-Circle

  • Written by Tariq Trotter, Quest Love (como Ahmir Thompson), y Joshua Abrhams
  • Performed by The Roots
  • Courtesy of MCA Records
  • Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Everybody’s Gonna Be Happy

  • Written by Ray Davies
  • Performed by The Kinks
  • Courtesy of Castle Music Ltd.
  • Arranged by Celebrity Licensing Inc.

Homespin Rerun (Cornelius Remix)

  • Written by Sean O’Hagan
  • Performed by High Llamas
  • Courtesy of V2 Records, Inc.

Hit the Street

  • Escrita e interpretada por Rupert Gregson-Williams
  • Courtesy of Associated Production Music

Let’s Get It On

  • Written by Marvin Gaye y Ed Townsend
  • Performed by Jack Black

I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)

  • Written by Stevie Wonder y Yvonne Wright
  • Performed by Stevie Wonder
  • Courtesy of Motown Records
  • Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

My Little Red Book

  • Written by Burt Bacharach y Hal David
  • Performed by Love
  • Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
  • Arranged by Warner Special Products

The “original” soundtrack of the film

In this case, it’s the album that was released as a companion to the film in record stores. It was made up of the following songs:

The 13th Floor Elevators You’re Gonna Miss Me 2:28
The Kinks Everybody’s Gonna Be Happy 2:18
John Wesley Harding I’m Wrong About Everything 3:36
The Velvet Underground Oh! Sweet Nuthin’ 7:27
Love Always See Your Face 3:21
Bob Dylan Most Of The Time 5:03
Sheila Nicholls Fallen For You 3:16
The Beta Band Dry The Rain 6:05
Elvis Costello & The Attractions Shipbuilding 4:53
Smog Cold Blooded Old Times 4:12
Jack Black Let’s Get It On 4:27
Stereolab Lo Boob Oscillator 6:36
Royal Trux Inside Game 3:42
The Velvet Underground Who Loves The Sun 2:46
Stevie Wonder I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever) 4:51

The Song of the Skater Thieves Kids

The song that leads John Cusack to produce the EP for the two skater kids who steal from his store is called Dry The Rain, and you can find it on the internet using the name of the band that composed the actual song: Beta Band.

Throughout High Fidelity, Cusack claims that he can sell five copies of the Beta Band’s EP just by playing Dry The Rain to his record store customers. However, since the song is part of the movie’s soundtrack, it turns out that the Scottish electronic rock quartet has been able to sell much more than that since then. The movie’s protagonist kept his promise beyond the cinematic world.

Top 5 of Our Favorite High Fidelity Songs

05. The 13th Floor Elevators – You’re Gonna Miss Me

Let’s start with the American rock band The 13th Elevators, as it’s the one that kicks off High Fidelity. And when you hear this song, you know that the entire soundtrack (and the movie) will be good. Psychedelic rock that you probably haven’t heard in a long time, despite being included in our list of songs from the 60s.

04. Katrina & the Waves – Walking On Sunshine

Jack Black’s character works with Cusack at the record store, even though he doesn’t really know how. He hates many things, but music is his life, he loves it, and he knows everything about it. This sunny and uplifting song by Katrina & The Waves appears in the tape that Barry records in one of the movie’s funniest (and silly) scenes.

03. Bob Dylan – Most Of The Time

Towards the end of the movie, a song appears that was somewhat unknown until then. Due to his recognizable voice, it’s evident that it’s Bob Dylan, but what was the song? It’s from Dylan’s work in the 80s, specifically in 1989.

02. Stevie Wonder – I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)

High Fidelity deals with two important themes in life: love and music. But instead of standard love songs, the movie is full of love songs that you won’t hear as often. For example, this one by Stevie Wonder.

01. Jack Black – Let’s Get It On

But aside from lesser-known love songs, we also hear some more famous love songs. Let’s Get It On by Marvin Gaye, for instance, but not in the version you knew. Jack Black, once again, performs and sings this Marvin Gaye song in a version that always puts a smile on our faces. In his role, he’s a too-honest, grumpy, and music-obsessed guy, but not just that: he also has a good voice.

High Fidelity Soundtrack, the Book

BSO of High Fidelity, the Book

Regarding the book High Fidelity, below is a list of all the songs mentioned throughout its pages along with their artists, followed by a link to the playlist featuring the entire soundtrack:

  • High Fidelity, by Elvis Costello & The Attractions
  • You Left The Water Running, by Otis Redding
  • Only Love Can Break Your Heart, by Neil Young
  • Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me, by The Smiths
  • Call Me, by Aretha Franklin
  • I Don’t Want to Talk About It, by Crazy Horse
  • Love Hurts, by The Everly Brothers
  • When Love Breaks Down, by Prefab Sprout
  • How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?, by Bee Gees
  • Speed of the Sound of Loneliness, by Nanci Griffith
  • She’s Gone, by Daryl Hall & John Oates
  • I Just Don’t Know What to Do with Myself, by Tommy Hunt
  • All Kinds Of Everything, by Dana
  • Little Latin Lupe Lu, by The Righteous Brothers
  • Little Latin Lupe Lu, by Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels
  • Walking On Sunshine, by Katrina & The Waves
  • Baby, I Love Your Way, by Peter Frampton
  • Sloop John B, by The Beach Boys
  • God Save The Queen, by Sex Pistols
  • No Blow, No Show, by Bobby “Blue” Bland
  • Mr. Big Stuff, by Jean Knight
  • The Love You Save, by The Jackson 5
  • The Ghetto, by Donny Hathaway
  • Got to Get You off My Mind, by Solomon Burke
  • Holiday, by Madonna
  • Happy go lucky girl, by The Paragons
  • Alison, by Elvis Costello
  • Little Triggers, by Elvis Costello & The Attractions
  • Man Out Of Time, by Elvis Costello & The Attractions
  • King Horse, by Elvis Costello & The Attractions
  • Janie Jones, by The Clash
  • Thunder Road, by Bruce Springsteen
  • Smells Like Teen Spirit, by Nirvana
  • Let’s Get It On, by Marvin Gaye
  • Return of the Grievous Angel, by Gram Parsons
  • Bobby Jean, by Bruce Springsteen
  • Sha-La-La (Make Me Happy), by Al Green
  • Has He Got A Friend For Me, by Richard Thompson
  • I Just Called To Say I Love You, by Stevie Wonder
  • Brown Sugar, by The Rolling Stones
  • Hi Ho Silver Lining, by Jeff Beck
  • Song For Guy, by Elton John
  • Leader of the Pack, by The Shangri-Las
  • Dead Man’s Curve, by Jan & Dean
  • Terry, by Twinkle Studio Group
  • Honey, by Bobby Goldsboro
  • Tell Laura I Love Her, by Ray Peterson
  • One Step Beyond, de Madness
  • You Can’t Always Get What You Want, by The Rolling Stones
  • Abraham, by Martin And John Dion
  • One Love, by Bob Marley & The Wailers
  • Many Rivers To Cross, by Jimmy Cliff
  • Angel, by Aretha Franklin
  • Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me, by Gladys Knight & The Pips
  • Bright Eyes, by Art Garfunkel
  • Behind Closed Doors, by Charlie Rich
  • Boulder to Birmingham, by Emmylou Harris
  • Let It Be, by The Beatles
  • Sin City, by The Flying Burrito Brothers
  • Respect, by Aretha Franklin
  • A Horse with No Name, by America
  • Beep Beep, by The Playmates
  • Ma Baker, by Boney M.
  • My Boomerang Won’t Come Back, by Charlie Drake
  • Baby Lets Play House, by Elvis Presley
  • Think, by Aretha Franklin
  • Louie Louie, by The Kingsmen
  • Little Red, by Corvette Prince
  • Stir It Up, by Bob Marley & The Wailers
  • Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag (Parts 1 & 2), by James Brown
  • Family Affair, by Sly & The Family Stone
  • The House That Jack Built, by Aretha Franklin
  • Back In The U.S.A., by Chuck Berry
  • (White Man) in Hammersmith Palais, by The Clash
  • Tired Of Being Alone, by Al Green
  • In the Ghetto, by Elvis Presley
  • Back Stabbers, by The O’Jays
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed (Or Take Your Love Back), by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
  • Nelson Mandela, by The Specials
  • Route 66, by Nat King Cole
  • Long Tall Sally, by Little Richard
  • Money, by Edgar Winter, Bill Bruford, Tony Levin
  • Do You Love Me, by The Contours
  • In the Midnight Hour, by Wilson Pickett
  • La Bamba, by Ritchie Valens

High Fidelity Soundtrack, the Series

High Fidelity Series Soundtrack

Set in a record store, the original High Fidelity was conceived with music at its core. And while we all remember Jack Black singing to Marvin Gaye and the very same Jack Black dancing around the aforementioned record store, the movie is also remembered to this day for a soundtrack distinct from the rest of the music that had appeared in most films up until then. Now that Hulu has released its own version of High Fidelity, we wanted to see how the film’s update into a series, with Zoë Kravitz in the role originally played by John Cusack, has turned out.

If in 1999 the characters in the original movie were such music snobs that the producers had to meticulously listen to thousands of songs to select over 500 that would play throughout the film, the challenge of creating an even better High Fidelity soundtrack for the longer series format was clear. In this regard, it’s worth noting that the series’ producers have attempted to please the old guard with many nods to the original film. Thus, you’re likely to hear some old favorites, while there’s the possibility that new songs will become your favorites over time.

Set once again in a record store, but this time in present-day Brooklyn (rather than Chicago or London), the High Fidelity series, available on Hulu, stands out primarily for a soundtrack filled with songs that will get your toes and fingers tapping, making you dance a bit on your couch and search for the lyrics on Google or in your Shazam app (usually in that order). Below, we present you with the complete list of songs per episode, as well as the soundtrack playlist. We hope this will make your search a bit smoother.

Episode 1

  • Satan’s Rats – “You Make Me Sick”
  • Otis Brown – “Somebody Help Me”
  • Fleetwood Mac – “Dreams”
  • ESG – “My Love for You”
  • The Makers – “I Just Might Crack”
  • Frank Zappa – “Bobby Brown Goes Down”
  • Cubic Zirconia – “Darko (Tommy Trash Remix)”
  • The Body Snatchers – “Banana Riddim”
  • Piero Umiliani – “Lui e Lei”
  • Radio Stars – “The Real Me”
  • Lena Platonos – “And We Hear ‘I Love You’”
  • Dexys Midnight Runners – “Come On Eileen”
  • Lula Côrtes – “Noite Prêta”
  • Omar Apollo – “Ashamed”
  • Lescop – “La Forêt”
  • Darondo – “Didn’t I”
  • Darondo – “I’m Lonely”
  • Nick Drake – “Pink Moon”
  • Ann Peebles – “I Can’t Stand the Rain”

Episode 2

  • Minnie Riperton – “Lovin’ You”
  • Los Tones – “Buchanan Hammer”
  • Ho99o9 – “War Is Hell”
  • David Bowie – “Modern Love”
  • Outkast – “Prototype”
  • Prince – “So Blue”
  • Wings – “Arrow Through Me”
  • Durand Jones & the Indications – “Is It Any Wonder”
  • The Notorious B.I.G. – “Me and My Bitch”
  • “I’ll Make Love to You” – Boyz II Men
  • Geoffrey Landers – “Say You’ll Say So”
  • Sinead O’Connor – “Nothing Compares 2 U”
  • Manzanita y Su Conjunto – “Virgenes del Sol”

Episode 3

  • Blondie – “Heart of Glass”
  • Thomas Doherty –”Tiebreaker”
  • Kantata – “Duke”
  • Claire Wyndham – “Bad Behavior”
  • Clarence Murray – “Don’t Talk Like That”
  • Jesus Wayne – “The Chicago Party Theme”
  • Impala Syndrome – “I Want to Hug the Sky”
  • The Equatics – “Merry Go Round”
  • Marvin Gaye – “Right On”
  • MUNYA – “It’s All About You”
  • Ronnie Taylor – “Without Love”
  • Blondie – “Once I Had a Love (AKA The Disco Song)”

Episode 4

  • Awkward Family Portraits – “Come On Down”
  • Aura – “Yesterday’s Love”
  • Betty Davis – “They Say I’m Different”
  • Serguei – “De Sol a Sol”
  • A Tribe Called Quest – “Electric Relaxation”
  • The Golden Filter – “Restraint (Kluentah Remix)”
  • Nova Mariee – “El Movimiento”
  • !!! – “Dancing Is the Best Revenge”
  • TEYMORI – “Patience”
  • Le1f – “Wut”
  • Grapetooth – “Violent”
  • Beastie Boys – “I Don’t Know”
  • David Bowie – “It Ain’t Easy”

Episode 5

  • Aretha Franklin – “Day Dreaming”
  • Lynn Williams – “It Takes Two”
  • Yvonne Fair – “Straighten Up”
  • Grateful Dead – “Black Peter”
  • Mathis Hunter – “Mrs. Vinegar”
  • Sonny Rollins – “Moving Out”
  • David Bowie – “The Man Who Sold the World”

Episode 6

  • Ebo Taylor – “My Love and Music”
  • Swamp Dogg – “Lonely”
  • William Onyeabor – “Fantastic Man”
  • Talking Heads – “Burning Down the House (Live version)”
  • Gabriella Cohen – “Baby”
  • The Replacements – “Rattlesnake”
  • Stiff Little Fingers – “Alternative Ulster”
  • Jimi Hendrix – “Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)”
  • “Till It Hits the Ground” – Thomas Doherty
  • Rikki Ililonga – “Sheebeen Queen”
  • Ptaf – “Boss Ass Bitch”
  • Bad Brains – “House of Suffering”
  • BOYTOY – “Juarez”
  • The Replacements – “Skyway”
  • Y La Bamba – “De Lejos”
  • Thomas Doherty – “Gimme Light/New Tattoo”
  • Ike & Tina Turner – “Workin’ Together”

Episode 7

  • Kaleta & Super Yamba Band – “Mr. Diva”
  • Kaleta & Super Yamba Band – “Jibiti”
  • The Beta Band – “Dry the Rain”
  • Tim and Foty – “Ndola-ngo”
  • Bango – “Geninha”
  • Raekwon – “Knuckleheadz”
  • Circle Jerks – “Wild in the Streets”
  • Way Yes – “Dead Ringer”
  • Heavy Trash – “Gee, I Really Love You”
  • Mavis Johnson – “Use My Body”
  • Cobra Man – “Chain Reaction”
  • Luther Vandross – “Never Too Much”
  • Sam Dees – “Claim Jumpin’”
  • Dillinger – “Cokane in My Brain”
  • Hailu Mergia – “Anchin Kfu Ayinkash”
  • Sugar Shack – “Get Out of My World”
  • John Moods – “Dance with the Night”

Episode 8

  • Dead Kennedys – “Holiday in Cambodia”
  • Blackalicious – “Inspired By”
  • The Pointer Sisters – “Automatic”
  • Celine Dion –“It’s All Coming Back to Me Now”
  • Os Mutantes – “Le Premier Bonheur du Jour”
  • Cheap Trick – “I Want You to Want Me”
  • The Innocents – “When I Get Home”
  • Soft Cell – “Memorabilia”
  • Jitwam – “WhereYouGonnaGo?”
  • Death – “Rock-N-Roll Victim”
  • Sylvester – “You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)”
  • Minor Threat – “I Don’t Wanna Hear It”
  • Holy Ghost! – “Anxious”
  • GBH – “Give Me Fire”
  • US 69 – “I’m a Nobody”
  • Reginald Omas Mamode IV – “In Search of Balance”

Episode 9

  • Dexter Lee Moore – “Justify the Way”
  • Sun Ra – “Door of the Cosmos”
  • El Freaky Colectivo – “La Pongo”
  • WITCH – “Try Me”
  • Direct Drive – “Don’t Depend on Me”
  • Sandro Silva – “Blaze – Digital LAB Remix”
  • Blossom ft. Outlaw the Artist – “Anime”
  • Luciana – “Guess What”
  • Carly and Martina – “I Got It”
  • Fergie DJ & Evil Twin – “Perfect Night”
  • Tia P ft. Redwood – “Get Loud”
  • Moon Boots – “Juanita”
  • Sleepy Tom – “Amateurs ft. Lights”
  • De Lux – “875 Dollars”
  • Frank Ocean – “Nikes”
  • The Roots – “You Got Me”
  • Bill Withers – “Make a Smile for Me”
  • Silk Rhodes – “Pains”

Episode 10

  • Stevie Wonder – “I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)”
  • Nina Simone – “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”
  • Ronnie D’Addario – “Not Today”
  • Barbara Stant – “Unsatisfied Woman”
  • Denise Darlington – “Feel So Good”
  • Janet Jackson – “I Get Lonely”
  • World Brain – “Everybody Dies (ft. Sean Nicholas Savage)”
  • Rollee McGill – “Come Home”
  • The Men – “Another Night”
  • Ted Lucas – “Baby Where You Are”
  • Double Tiger – “Ram Dancehall”
  • Funkadelic – “Can You Get to That”

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