Smallville Soundtrack Season 4


Here’s a list of the music heard on Smallville’s fourth season. We’ve tried to identify as much of it as possible. Special thanks to everyone who helps us obtain the song information!
Ever since the Smallville pilot in 2001 featured the music of bands like Lifehouse and Coldplay, playing the popular music of the times has always been a Smallville tradition.
There have been two Smallville soundtrack albums commercially released. The first, The Talon Mix, contains music from the show’s first two seasons; the second, The Metropolis Mix, contains mostly music from Seasons Four and Five. Please keep in mind if an episode is not listed, it is possible that there was no pop music used in the show.

Episode #4-21: "Forever"
"Anywhere With You" by Split Habit
"Down" by Tim Cullen
"Around The Way" by Wonderlife - This is the song played at the end of the episode. Many people were e-mailing to ask about this one!
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like any of these are available to order yet from! Thanks to everyone who helped figure this stuff out!

Episode #4-19: "Blank"
"24" by Jem - Played at the beginning of the episode in the Talon. Jem is truly outrageous! Oh wait, wrong Jem.
"Let Me Go" by 3 Doors Down - Played while Clark is talking to Lana in the hallway at Smallville High
"Satie" by Paco
"This Is Your Life" by Switchfoot - Played at the very end of the episode.

Episode #4-18: "Spirit"
The band Lifehouse performed at Smallville’s Prom which meant we had three tracks from their latest album. Songs by Lifehouse in the episode include "Blind," "Come Back Down," "Undone," and, during the Clark and Lana dance at the episode’s end, "You and Me."
. Also played in the episode:
"La La" by Ashlee Simpson - Played by the annoying Dawn while in the car and when she was inside Martha Kent’s body.
"Not Gonna Wait" by Lamar
"Merry Go Round" by Split Habit
"Good" by Tim Cullen

Episode #4-17: "Onyx"
"I Drive Alone" by Esthero - Played during the scene with Lex and Lana.

Episode #4-16: "Lucy"
"Club Foot" by Kasabian - Played near the beginning of the episode.
"Spaghetti Streetwalker" by Speechwriters LLC - Played in the Talon scene with Lois, Lucy, Clark, Lex, and Chloe. Read more about the band here!
"Hold On" by Newcomers Home
"Fly" by Mark Joseph - Played during the very last scene of the episode with Lois and Clark in the barn.

Episode #4-14: "Krypto"
"Anodyne" by Speechwriters LLC
"Give A Little Bit" by The Goo Goo Dolls - Played during the final scene with Clark and Lois. Interesting trivia: The original Supertramp version of the song was played on Lois’s radio in "Superman: The Movie."

Episode #4-13: "Recruit"
"It’s All Behind" by Anthony Michaelanglo
"Wild West Show" by Big $ Rich - Played during the party/speech where there is beer.
"Wonderful Night" by Fatboy Slim
"Finding Out True Love Is Blind" by Louis XIV
"Untitled" by Simple Plan - Played at the end of the episode. Yep, it’s the Simple Plan yet again.

Episode #4-12: "Pariah"
"I Love Rock ’N’ Roll" by Joan Jett - This is the karaoke song performed by Lois and Chloe (Erica Durance and Allison Mack). The original song was performed by Joan Jett. But we know her best song ever was "Bad Reputation," since it was later used as the theme to Freaks and Geeks, which is, of course, The Best Short-Lived Show Ever.
"To Die For" by Dan Zweben
"Deeper Water" by Minnie Driver - played at the very end of the episode.

Episode #4-11: "Unsafe"
"Beautiful Soul" by Jesse McCartney - Played during the scene of Clark and Alicia ice skating. Yes, that is the kid from Summerland.
"Laura" by Scissor Sisters
"Life for Rent" by Dido - Played when Alicia finds the Red K ring in the Torch office.
"Welcome To My Life" by Simple Plan - Playing when Clark and Alicia are on the couch, before he asks her to marry him.
"It’s Now Or Never" by Elvis Presley - Played once Clark and Alicia get to the honeymoon suite.
"Funny Little Feeling" by Rock N Roll Soldiers - Played in the hotel room when Clark and Alicia are taking each other’s clothes off.
"Break So Easy" by Johnathan Rice - Played at the end of the episode.

Episode #4-10: "Scare"
"Falling" by Mindy Smith

Episode #4-9: "Bound"
"Daddy’s Little Girl" by Amanda O’Connor - Played during the scene where Genevieve Teague is introduced
"I Want More: Part 2" by Faithless - This was the techno-ish music heard in the episode.
"Chopin Etude, Opus 10, No. 3 in E Major: Lento, ma non troppo" by John Rusnak

Episode #4-8: "Spell"
"Blame" by Black Toast Music
"What You Waiting For?" by Gwen Stefani - Played at the party where Clark is dancing oh so badly
"We Might As Well Be Strangers" by Keane - Played in the background of the "loft scene" between Clark and Lana near episode’s end
"Impromptu No. 2 In E Flat" by Schubert - Poor Lex had to play this one over and over after Isobel put a spell on him.

Episode #4-7: "Jinx"
"I’m All Gone" by Bosshouse
"Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" by Green Day - Played when Clark was getting ready for the game. Go Old Spice!
"I Believe" by Shiloh
"Reach For The Sky" by Social Distortion - Played during the football game
"Fall Behind Me" by The Donnas
"Walk Idiot Walk" by The Hives

Episode #4-6: "Transference"
"Pain" by Jimmy Eat World, Futures - Played during the prison fight

Episode #4-5: "Run"
"Don’t Say Nuttin’" by The Roots - Played near the beginning when Bart tries to pawn off what he has stolen
Welcome To My World" by Kyle Newvachek - Playing when Clark sneaks into Bart’s hotel room while Bart is taking a shower
"Feels Like Today" by Rascal Flatts - Played at the very end of the episode with the race between Bart and Clark
"Cruel Sun" by Silver

Episode #4-4: "Devoted"
"Meltdown" by Ash
"Revolution" by Authority Zero
"Our Mystery" by Bebo Norman
"Better Off By Myself" by Bosshouse
"California" by Hawk Nelson
"On The Run" by Sam Roberts
"Medicated" by Sub Space Radio
"Disco MF" by The Penfifteen Club

Episode #4-3: "Facade"
"Eight Half Letters" by Stereoblis - Played during the first season flashback scene with Whitney. This song was first heard years ago in the Smallville pilot episode!
"My Happy Ending" by Avril Lavigne
"What Do You Do In The Summer(When It’s Raining)" by Beu Sisters
"F**k N’ Spend" by High Speed Scene
"Ghetto" by John Gold, The Eastside Shake
"Devils And Angels" by Toby Lightman

Episode #4-2: "Gone"
"A Long Way" by Dara Shindler
"She Will Be Loved" (Acoustic) by Maroon 5 - Played at the very end of the episode where Jason shows up in Smallville

Episode #4-1: "Crusade"
"Better Days Will Come" by Tahiti 80 - This is heard when we first see Lana and Jason in Paris.
"Plus Pres De Moi" by san.drine


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