segunda-feira, 30 de junho de 2008

Gilmore Girls

Track Listing :
  1. "Waltz #1 (Cue)" by Sam Phillips.
  2. "What a Wonderful World" by Joey Ramone plays when Luke knocks a hole in his apartment wall for Jess to have his own apartment in "Lost and Found" (Season 2, Episode 15).
  3. "Child Psychology" by Black Box Recorder is the song that Lane brings over in "Emily in Wonderland" (Season 1, Episode 19) that Rory likes because it depresses her.
  4. "Know Your Onion!" by The Shins is the song Rory was listening to when the guidance counselor interrupted her at lunch at Chilton at the start of the episode, "Like Mother, Like Daughter" (Season 2, Episode 7).
  5. "I Found Love" by The Free Design plays as the start of "Sadie, Sadie" (Season 2, Episode 1) as the Gilmore Girls walk around a Stars Hollow where everybody has one of Lorelai's thousand daisies.
  6. "Car Song" by Elastica is what is playing right before the Jess and Rory get into the car accident in "Teach Me Tonight" (Season 2, Episode 19).
  7. "Oh My Love" by John Lennon is playing when Dean told Rory "I love you" in "Star-Crossed Lovers and Other Strangers" (Season 1, Episode 16) and she said nothing.
  8. "Getting Married (Cue)" by Sam Phillips.
  9. "Where You Lead I Will Follow" by Carole King & daughter Louise Goffin is the theme song for Gilmore Girls.
  10. "Clear Spot" by the Pernice Brothers has not yet been played on the show (but the group did have "The Weakest Shade of Blue" on "Chicken or Beef?" (Season 4, Episode 4).
  11. "One Line" by PJ Harvey is from the moment in "Love, Daisies, and Troubadours" (Season 1, Episode 21) where Rory tells Dean "I love you, you idiot" and kisses him.
  12. "I'm the Man Who Murdered Love" by XTC is the song that Lane plays from her new CD for Rory in "The Lorelais' First Day at Chilton" (Season 1, Episode 2).
  13. "Maybe Next Week (Cue)" by Sam Phillips.
  14. "Thirteen" by Big Star is from "Rory's Dance" (Season 1, Episode 9) when she goes walking with Dean through Stars Hollow afterwards.
  15. "Human Behavior" by Björk is heard when the Gilmore girls see the perfect snowman has been destroyed after "The Bracebridge Dinner" (Season 2, Episode 10).
  16. "I Don't Mind" by Slumber Party is from "One's Got Class and the Other One Dyes" (Season 3, Episode 4) which is when Rory dyes Lane's hair.
  17. "Tell Her What She Wants to Know" by Sam Phillips was in "Ballroom & Biscotti" (Season 4, Episode 1).
  18. "It's Alright, Baby" by Komeda is the song Rory listens to on her headphones in the Chilton cafeteria at the end of "Like Mother, Like Daughter" (Season 2, Episode 7).
  19. "God Only Knows" by Claudine Longet is the song Rory and Lane try to listen to in "Double Date" (Season 1, Episode 12) while Lorelai is trying to study and keeps making them turn it down and then up.
  20. "Smile" by Grant-Lee Phillips is from the end of "Application Anxiety" (Season 3, Episode 3), as Luke and Taylor are having a fight and Rory and Lorelai are strolling around Stars Hollow again.
  21. "O'Oh" by Yoko Ono is from "Lorelai's Graduation Day" (Season 2, Episode 21), when Rory and Jess are checking out New York City.
  22. "Rory and Lane (Cue)" by Sam Phillips.
  23. "Girl From Mars" by Ash is at the end of "Nick & Nora/Sid & Nancy" (Season 2, Episode 5) when Jess and Rory engage in cute book talk. The couples in the episode title are Nick and Nora Charles from the Dashiell Hammett novel The Thin Man, and Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols and his girlfriend Nancy Spungen.
  24. "My Little Corner of the World" by Yo La Tengo is from the end of "Love, Daisies, and Troubadours" (Season 1, Episode 21) as Lorelai and Rory run to each other to share their good news (a cover version of the song, performed by Kit Pongetti, formerly of Austin-based Those Who Dig, is heard at the end of "Pilot" when Lorelai and Rory are sitting in Luke's Diner).
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Gilmore Girls - Our Little Corner of the World [2000]

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