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ROSWELL MUSIC LINKS

Last updated: 19-Apr-09 (dead links pruned)
Updated: 9-Jul-08 (2 new links added for episodes 3.07 and 3.10)
Updated: 7-Jul-08 (1 new link added for episode 1.07)

Here's a collection of links to websites where you can get free legal MP3s of songs used in Roswell (mostly new music from the DVDs, but also some songs from the original TV broadcasts).

This is NOT a comprehensive list of all the songs used in Roswell. If you're looking for Roswell music lists, click on the links in my sidebar.

Still disappointed that the powers that be changed the music on the Roswell DVDs? Sign this petition to get the DVDs released with the original music and more extras:


A couple of things:
  1. Please don't use my journal to post requests for Roswell MP3s not listed here - go to roswell_mp3s.
  2. Links die for various reasons. Please LET ME KNOW (by posting a comment) if you find a link is dead, so I can look for an alternate link, or at least keep the list up-to-date.

Finally, for the songs....

Filter (3 full tracks) [SORRY! MP3s removed]
"Hey Man, Nice Shot" played in TV episode 1.01 "Pilot" as Liz walks away from Kyle's house after telling him to meet her at the Crash Festival.
"Take A Picture" played in TV episode 1.05 "Missing" in the Crashdown before Kyle goes up to Max and tells him he's onto him.
"Welcome To The Fold" played in TV episode 1.20 "Max To The Max" just before the real Max enters the mirror maze at the carnival.

HEXX - "Hallucination Generation"
Played in TV and DVD episode 1.01 "Pilot" at the Crash Festival.

Electrostatic - "Shine" and "Eliminate Me"
"Shine" played in DVD episode 1.02 "The Morning After" in the Crashdown when Liz and Maria give Alex the cramps excuse.
"Eliminate Me" played in DVD episode 2.11 "To Serve And Protect" during Liz's dream sequence.

The 88 - "All The Same"

Played in DVD episode 1.03 "Monsters" in the Crashdown when Maria waits on "Queen Amidala" AND
Played in DVD episode 2.19 "Baby, It's You" when Max and Michael pick up their yearbooks at school.

Swami Davis Jr. (aka Goldo) - "Feeding On The Pain" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 1.05 "Missing" on Michael's headphones when he's in the art room.

Strangelove - "Sinking Ship" [streaming audio] [click ARTISTS, then A-Z, then scroll and click STRANGELOVE]
Played in DVD episode 1.07 "River Dog" in the Jetta as Michael and Maria return to Roswell.

Communique - "Cross Your Heart"
Played in DVD episode 1.08 "Blood Brothers" as Max and Liz leave school to go for a drive.

weaklazyliar - "The Story Of My Life" [SORRY! MP3 removed]
Played in DVD episode 1.08 "Blood Brothers" when Liz again refuses to tell Alex the truth and he walks away from her.

James William Hindle - "Come Down Slowly" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 1.09 "Heat Wave" as Liz walks through the school hallways voicing over about how everyone is pairing up.

Steve Reynolds - "Satellite" [Real Audio stream]
Played in DVD episode 1.09 "Heat Wave" during Liz and Max's first kiss.

weaklazyliar - "Again" [SORRY! Weblink dead]
Played in DVD episode 1.10 "The Balance" at the end of the episode when Max tells Liz they need to take a step back.

Hutch - "Turn It Around" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 1.11 "The Toy House" in the Evans' kitchen, just before the grease fire breaks out.

RubberSide Down - "Hot Wheels A Go Go"
Plays in DVD episode 1.11 "The Toy House" at the basketball game.

Communique - "Evening In The City" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 1.12 "Into The Woods" at the Crashdown as Michael explains why he thinks River Dog is their father.

The Toyes - "Waiting For The Aliens" [SORRY! MP3 removed]
Played in TV episode 1.13 "The Convention" at the beginning when Max is dressed in an alien costume, watching Liz as she works in the Crashdown.

Astronaut Wife - "Flying Saucer"

Played in DVD episode 1.13 "The Convention" in the UFO Center when Liz comes in to tell Max that Larry and Jennifer are back in town.

The Belles - "Never Said Anything"

Played in DVD episode 1.14 Blind Date in the Crashdown as Michael, Max and Isabel discuss finding the 4th alien while Liz is being interviewed by KROZ about her ideal man.

Neva Dinova - "Did You Disappoint Your God?"
[SORRY! MP3 removed]
Played in DVD episode 1.15 "Independence Day" as Michael is hitchhiking.
and DVD episode 2.09 "Max In The City" as Max is being tested.
and DVD episode 3.14 "Chant Down Babylon" at various times, including at the end of the episode.

Last Days of April - "All Will Break"
Played in DVD episode 1.16 "Sexual Healing" during Liz's strawberry scene in the Crashdown.

Erin McKeown - "Slung-Lo" [Streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 1.17 "Crazy" during the opening scene in the Crashdown when Max comes in, and he and Liz kiss.

Lori Denae - "Kinda Wanna" [streaming audio, under song title "STAY HERE"] [click ARTISTS, then A-Z, then scroll and click LORI DENAE]
Played in DVD episode 1.17 "Crazy" in Michael's apartment as he and Maria make out on the couch.

Allergic - "End Of Days"

Played in DVD episode 1.18 "Tess, Lies, And Videotape" when Michael makes a crack about Tess being Max's new girlfriend.

The Tories - "Greatest Foe" [streaming audio, under song title "FOE"]
Played in DVD episode 1.18 "Tess, Lies, And Videotape" in the Crashdown as Michael, Max and Isabel discuss the hidden camera found in Michael's apartment.

The Get Set - "I Feel Free"
Played in DVD episode 1.20 "Max To The Max" when Maria overhears Michael and Isabel talking about the baby.

Jettared - "Unsaid" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 1.20 "Max To The Max" when Nasedo/Max comes into the Crashdown to get Liz.

Hypnogaja - "Nothing Box" [SORRY! Full track no longer available]
Played in DVD episode 1.21 "The White Room" when Valenti talks to Liz, Maria and Alex in the Crashdown, continues during Max's torture sequence.

Melodine - "Over My Head" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 2.02 "Ask Not" in the Crashdown as Max and Isabel tell Alex about Brody.
Played in DVD episode 2.07 "Wipe Out" in the Evans home as Max and Isabel talk to their mother before she disappears.

Almost Ugly - "Superstar" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 2.03 "Surprise" as Alex "dances" at Isabel's party.

The Joel Evans Orchestra featuring Pat Tuzzolino - "Until It Happens To You"
Played in DVD episode 2.04 "Summer of '47" in the bar as Hal and Richie discuss what to do.

Rebecca Kyler Downs - "Love Me Like Candy" [streaming audio]
Played in TV and DVD episode 2.04 "Summer of '47" in the bar as Richie drinks and talks to Hal. 

The Olivia Tremor Control - "Love Athena"

Played in TV and DVD episode 2.05 "The End of the World" in the Crashdown when Maria asks Michael not to be a jerk.

Loni Rose - "Let Me Go Back"
Played in DVD episode 2.05 "The End of the World" in the Crashdown as Liz looks through into the dining area from the back room; Maria tells Liz about finding Michael with Courtney, and Liz realizes how she can make Max fall out of love with her.

Windsor For The Derby - "The Egg"
Played in TV episode 2.05 "The End of the World" when Max sees Liz and Kyle in bed together.

Beth Thornley - "I Will Lie" [Streaming audio, under the song title "LIE"]
Played in DVD episode 2.08 "Meet The Dupes" in the Crashdown when Maria tells Michael to make sure he includes pepper jack on Brody's sub.

FOS - "Lovely"

Played in TV episode 2.08 "Meet The Dupes" when Sheriff Valenti stops the Dupes at the Roswell city limits.

Hypnogaja - "Need To Believe"
Played in DVD episode 2.08 "Meet The Dupes" when Sheriff Valenti stops the Dupes at the Roswell city limits.

Alfie Alessandra - "It's Just Not Christmas Without You" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 2.10 "A Roswell Christmas Carol" during Tess's "Hello! I'm here!" scene.

Cliff Hillis - "On A Day Like Christmas" [this MP3 usually appears each year at Christmas]
Played in DVD episode 2.10 "A Roswell Christmas Carol" at the Valenti Christmas dinner.

Jill Freeman - "Hey Mr Kringle" [SORRY! Streaming audio removed]
Played in TV and DVD episode 2.10 "A Roswell Christmas Carol" when Michael gives Maria her present.

The Stratford 4 - "Where The Ocean Meets The Eye" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 2.12 "We Are Family" during the mustard scene with Sean and Liz.

Audio Adrenaline - "Ocean Floor"
Played in DVD episode 2.13 "Disturbing Behavior" when Sean interrupts Liz in the Crashdown.

Matt Beckler - "Fools At The Table" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 2.14 "How The Other Half Lives" as Laurie and Michael talk.

Neva Dinova - "The Tin Man" [SORRY! Dead link]
Played in DVD episode 2.16 "Heart of Mine" when Sean drives Liz to school.

Josh Joplin Group - "Camera One"
[Streaming audio]
Played in TV episode 2.16 "Heart of Mine" at the Crashdown as everyone (except Sean) prepares for prom.

Zan Passante - "Good Good Times" [Streaming audio, song title given as "G'times"]
Played in DVD episode 2.16 "Heart of Mine" at the start of the prom.

Peter Searcy - "Nothing"

Played in TV episode 2.17 "Cry Your Name" during Isabel's 2nd dream after Alex's death.

David Rice - "So Long My Brother"
[streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 2.17 "Cry Your Name" during Isabel's 2nd dream after Alex's death.

Poloroid - "Silence" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 2.17 "Cry Your Name" at the end as Liz cries.

Wake - "Mind Is Yours" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 2.18 "It's Too Late, And It's Too Bad" when Michael is sent by Max to convince Isabel not to go to college in San Francisco.

Fisher - "I Will Love You"

Played in TV episode 2.18 "It's Too Late, And It's Too Bad" at the end of the episode during the Max/Tess scene, cutting to Liz at the airport.

Evan Olson - "Don't Run Away" and "Shoebox Blues" [just click on "Music"]
"Don't Run Away" played in DVD episode 2.19 "Baby, It's You" when Max and Tess meet at school.
"Shoebox Blues"
played in DVD episode 2.20 "Off The Menu" when Maria returns the photo of Brody with his daughter, and Brody saying he can remember Maria helping him during his "abduction".

Landing Gear - "Atmosphere"
[streaming audio]
Played in TV and DVD episode 2.19 "Baby, It's You" when Isabel takes Max to the park and makes snow, and Michael tells them about the decrypted destiny book.

The Sonnets - "City, Spark, Fire"
Played in DVD episode 2.21 "Departure" when they throw the Jeep off the cliff.

Jason Collett - "Bitter Beauty"
Played in DVD episode 3.01 "Busted" when Max gives Liz the flowers.

Preston School of Industry - "Whalebones"
Played in TV episode 3.01 "Busted" at school when Michael tries to get into Bio 101 and Isabel interrupts.

n.Lannon - "Hollow Heart"
[streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 3.01 "Busted" after the diamond heist as Max and Liz kiss in the Crashdown's back room before her dad comes downstairs.

Cutlass Supreme - "Words I've Never Heard" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 3.01 "Busted" when Max hands Liz the gun.

Proto - "Monkey" [SORRY! MP3 removed]
Played in DVD episode 3.01 "Busted" when Agent Burns of the FBI introduces himself to Max outside the Motor Inn; Max returns to Quick Stop and discovers that the spaceship is missing from the basement.

60 Cycle Hum - "East Of Eden"
[streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 3.02  "Michael, The Guys..." in the Crashdown when Liz gets a message from Max via the alien comic strip bubbles.
Played in TV and DVD episode 3.10 "A Tale Of Two Parties" when Kyle and Isabel are outside Bud's 24/7.

Smooth - "Walking On Space" [alternate link HERE] [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 3.03 "Significant Others" when Isabel dreamwalks Jesse and sees his proposal.

Evan Olson - "Not What I Wanted"
[just click on "Music"]
Played in TV and DVD episode 3.03 "Significant Others" during Micahel and Maria's date at the bowling alley.

Avion - "Beautiful"
[alternate link HERE under song title "It's Not Beautiful Without You"]
Played in DVD episode 3.05 "Control" in the Crashdown as Maria and Liz discuss Isabel's wedding announcement, and Mrs. Evans asks Liz for Max's phone number.

Of Montreal - "Disconnect The Dots"
Played in DVD episode 3.07 "Interruptus" when Maria tells Liz her dad and Mr. Evans are up to something.

Nedelle - "Come Around"
Played in DVD episode 3.07 "Interruptus" in the hotel room at the end of the episode.

The Honeydippers - "Jingle Bells"
[streaming audio]
Played in 3.09 "Samuel Rising" when Santa arrives at the park.

Beston - "On The On & Up" [streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 3.10 "A Tale Of Two Parties" at the frat party as Isabel introduces Kyle to Bitsy.

The Witch Hazel Sound - "Music Becomes Vibration"
Played in TV and DVD episode 3.10 "A Tale Of Two Parties" outside Bud's 24/4 when Max and Maria figure out the Enigma clue.

Absinthe Blind - "Shields"
Played in DVD episode 3.10 "A Tale Of Two Parties" as Max and Maria walk up the hill to Enigma.

Dee - "Money Girl"
[streaming audio]
Played in DVD episode 3.11 "I Married An Alien" as Jesse and Eric drink and reminisce in the Ramirez living room.

The Donnas - "Are You Gonna Move It For Me?" 
[SORRY! MP3 removed]
Played in TV episode 3.13 "Panacea" during Maria's voice-over as Liz reads her letter from NYC.

Tricky feat. Ed Kowalczyk - Evolution Revolution Love
Played in TV episode 3.15 "Who Died And Made You King?" when Michael orders Maria out of the car, leaving her stranded by the side of the road.

Celldweller - "Switchback"
Played in DVD episode 3.15 "Who Died And Made You King?" when Michael orders Maria out of the car, leaving her stranded by the side of the road.

South - "Paint The Silence"
Played in TV episode 3.15 "Who Died And Made You King?" at the junkyard at the end of the episode.

Zach Ziskin - "Falling To Pieces"
[alternate link HERE]
Played in DVD episode 3.15 "Who Died And Made You King?" at the junkyard at the end of the episode.

Neva Dinova - "Dances Fantastic"
 [alternate link HERE]
Played in DVD episode 3.16 "Crash" when Isabel uses her powers while being secretly videotaped by Mrs. Evans.

Smooth - "Floating" [NOTE: song title given as "Flowting"]
Played in DVD episode 3.17 "Four Aliens and a Baby" as Max & Liz make out in her bedroom.

The Belles - "Victory Parade"
[SORRY! MP3 removed]
Played in DVD episode 3.18 "Graduation" when the group meet at the rock outcropping and decide to go their separate ways. 

I Wonder Why The Wonderfalls...

I started watching Wonderfalls because of the Roswell connection (William Sadler) and ended up loving it (almost) as much as Roswell ^_^

FOX cancelled the show after only 13 episodes were made, but the producers had enough time to write an ending that gives you a sense of closure.  Get some more info about the show (and buy it if you're interested) at Amazon.

As with Roswell, the music is part of why I love Wonderfalls so much ^_^ 

I've made an (incomplete) DVD song list for Wonderfalls here [last updated: 28-Jun-07].