six feet under.

episode 62 static
interpol * directions
at the nature preserve, claire drives to visit nate’s grave.

episode 55 time flies
arcade fire * rebellion [lies]
nate and brenda argue in the hallway.

episode 58 the silence
ryan adams * let it ride
at the saddle ranch bar, claire meets ted.

episode 42 parallel play
radiohead * lucky
at the end of their yard sale, the fishers decide to make a bonfire out of their possessions that didn’t sell. claire plays this song on a boom box from her bedroom window and the song continues over end credits.

episode 30 nobody sleeps
weekend players * best days of our lives
later at the bar, olivier compliments claire and russel’s artwork.

episode 11 knock knock
beta band * squares
claire walks in on parker and warren fooling around.

episode 1 pilot
the devlins * waiting
nate sees nathaniel wave goodbye on the bus.

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5 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    Wow thank you so much!
    I LOVE this show and the music from it!!!
    Thanks for sharing, it’s been awhile since I saw the last episode so I think I am emotionally ready to open that door again!
    Maybe but a good cry can feel good too :P

  2. whitedove

    You are the so effing awesome for posting this.
    Thank you!

    This is like Christmas in MAY, baby!

    So, here I am, crying over The Devlins. This show has surely turned me into a shipwreck. It’s going to haunt me forever.