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#601 "The Kids Are Alright"
Episode #105/128   Original Air Date: 10/02/2002
Episode #1 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson returns to Boston after working as an assistant director in Los Angeles over the summer and reunites with Joey who has spent a relatively angst-free summer in Capeside.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Rose Falcon Buy/View "Fun" - Rose Falcon
Album: Rose Falcon (Sony)
Website: www.rosefalcon.com

Scene: Played over the video montage when Joey was recounting the events that she encountered over the past summer.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Holiday" by Ariel's Worm

Fit To Be Tied Buy/View "Love Is All Around" - Joan Jett and The Blackhearts
Album: Fit To Be Tied (Uni/Mercury)
Website: www.joanjett.com

Scene: Joey is rushing to get to class on time and bumps into her professor who she didn't know it was her professor at the time.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Right Place" by Lava Baby

You Are What You Love "Bionic" - Melanie Doane
Album: You Are What You Love
Website: www.melaniedoane.com

Scene: The song heard playing in Pacey's car when he drops Audrey and Jack Osbourne off at school.

 Visit Melanie's site for CD info.

No Easy Answers Buy/View "1000 Questions" - Laura Doyle
Album: No Easy Answers
Website: www.lauradoyle.com

Scene: Joey waiting for Dawson at the Cafe but he fails to show up before she heads off to class.

 Artist also heard in episode: #603 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Anna By Anna Waronker Buy/View "Goodbye" - Anna Waronker
Album: Anna By Anna Waronker
Website: www.annawaronker.com

Scene: Pacey and Audrey playing pool at the bar.

 Artist also heard in episode: #602 #608 #616 

 CD also available through Anna's website.

Unavailable on CD "Slide" - Sci-Fi Lullaby
Album: N/A
Website: www.sci-filullaby.com

Scene: Joey and Pacey talking by the jukebox regarding the earlier incident in the dorm room.

 Song is currently unreleased.

Find Me "Road To You" - The Tom Kitt Band
Album: Find Me
Website: www.tomkittband.com

Scene: Joey encounters the drunk guy at the jukebox before Emma tells her to apply for the waitress job. Then when Joey, Jack, and Jen at the bar after Pacey and Audrey left.

 Visit the website to download a MP3 of this song!

Divided Heart click to create your own soundtrack
"Mary" - Kristin Hoffmann
Album: Divided Heart
Website: www.kristinhoffmann.com

Scene: Joey alone in the bar waiting for Dawson to show up. Dawson arrives as she's leaving the bar.

Save The Swimmer Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Found" - Jonah
Album: Save The Swimmer
Website: www.jonahtheband.com

Scene: Dawson and Joey in the bar; Dawson telling Joey about the Speilberg phone call.

 Artist also heard in episode: #605 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Whaler Buy/View "As I Lay Me Down" - Sophie B. Hawkins
Album: Whaler (Sony)
Website: www.thecreamwillrise.com

Scene: The song Joey was waiting for to play on the jukebox and eventually danced with Dawson to.

 Artist also heard in episode: #100 #219 #602 #603 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #100  #602  #603

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"We Belong" by Sylvia Tosun
Website: www.sylviatosun.com

No Easy Answers Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Your Love" - Laura Doyle
Album: No Easy Answers
Website: www.lauradoyle.com

Scene: Dawson and Joey share a passionate kiss which eventually leads to them making love.

 Artist also heard in episode: #603 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.
#602 "The Song Remains The Same"
Episode #106/128   Original Air Date: 10/02/2002
Episode #2 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson and Joey spend a special night together, but things turn sour when Joey finds out Dawson had a girlfriend in California. Pacey and Jack get an apartment together.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Whaler Buy/View "As I Lay Me Down" - Sophie B. Hawkins
Album: Whaler (Sony)
Website: www.thecreamwillrise.com

Scene: Opening of the episode when Joey is awaking from the evening spent with Dawson.

 Artist also heard in episode: #100 #219 #601 #603 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #100  #601  #603

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"We Belong" by Sylvia Tosun
Website: www.sylviatosun.com

Dirty Child Buy/View "Afterlife" - Rosey
Album: Dirty Child (Def Jam)
Website: www.roseymusic.com

Scene: Pacey and Audrey in the hotel room; Pacey getting ready for the interview.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Show Me With Your Hands" by Popup Boy
Website: www.popupboy.com

Anna By Anna Waronker Buy/View "I Wish You Well" - Anna Waronker
Album: Anna By Anna Waronker
Website: www.annawaronker.com

Scene: Joey going to the bar to apply for the waitress job.

 Artist also heard in episode: #601 #608 #616 

 CD also available through Anna's website.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Black Peach" by The Elms

Demolition Buy/View "Gimme A Sign" - Ryan Adams
Album: Demolition (Universal)
Website: www.ryan-adams.com

Scene: Jen talking to the peer counseler at the outdoor cafe.

 Artist also heard in episode: #520 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"What Do You See In Me" by Andrew
Website: www.andrewsandoval.com

Confessions "Confessions" - Lea Longo
Album: Confessions
Website: www.lealongo.com

Scene: Dawson and Joey having champagne at the movie set.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Bang Bang Buy/View "Here We Go" - Dispatch
Album: Bang Bang
Website: www.dispatchmusic.com

Scene: The rest of the gang at the bar after they left the dorm room because Dawson and Joey were arguing. Emma agrees to give Pacey and Jack the apartment.

Lost In Space Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"It's Not" - Aimee Mann
Album: Lost In Space (Superego)
Website: www.aimeemann.com

Scene: End of episode as Dawson and Joey part ways.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Let You Go" by Laura Doyle
#603 "The Importance Of Not Being Too Earnest"
Episode #107/128   Original Air Date: 10/09/2002
Episode #3 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Joey accidently sends an email intended for Dawson to the entire campus instead. Jack falls for his professor. Pacey finds it tough to succeed in the business world without selling his soul.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Unavailable on CD "East Of Eden" - 60 Cycle Hum
Album: N/A


Scene: #1) Very beginning of episode as Joey is at the computer thinking about what to write to Dawson in the email. #2) Song that came on right after Eddie kicked the jukebox to shut off the song playing.

 This song has not been commercially released. The band does not have a website at this time.

Relocation Buy/View "When It Comes" - Plankeye
Album: Relocation
Website: www.plankeye.com

Scene: Jack and Emma in the kitchen.

Everyone "Blur" - Casual Blue
Album: Everyone
Website: www.casualblue.com

Scene: At the bar, Joey is waiting on the table with the students talking about her email that she accidently sent to the whole campus.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

I'm Ready "Hold It Down" - Lee Hester
Album: I'm Ready
Website: www.leehester.com

Scene: Background music at the bar when Joey's professor walks in.

 This song is a hidden track on the CD.

Dirty Dishes Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"High On The Sunshine" - Kelly Brock
Album: Dirty Dishes
Website: www.kellybrock.com

Scene: Pacey is driving his boss to the car dealership.

 Artist also heard in episode: #209 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Emotion Is Dead Buy/View "We're At The Top Of The World" - The Juliana Theory
Album: Emotion Is Dead (EMD/Chordant)
Website: www.thejulianatheory.com

Scene: Pacey closes the stock deal with "Topper" and tells his boss about it.

If Arsenic Fails Try Algebra Buy/View "Tattoo Your Image (On The World)" - Pop Unknown
Album: If Arsenic Fails Try Algebra (Deep Elm Records)
Website: www.popunknown.com

Scene: Eddie (guy from Joey's class) walks in the bar to start work.

 Artist also heard in episode: #503 

I'm Ready "Above All This" - Lee Hester
Album: I'm Ready
Website: www.leehester.com

Scene: Jack, Jen, and Audrey at the bar visiting Joey on her first day on the job.

 Visit Lee's site for CD purchase info.

No Easy Answers "I Love You So" - Laura Doyle
Album: No Easy Answers
Website: www.lauradoyle.com

Scene: Outside the bar when Pacey is telling Audrey about what happened at the job earlier that day.

 Artist also heard in episode: #601 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

 This song is track #13 on the CD, added in the most recent print run (first print run sold out.)

Now The News "Now The News" - Eli
Album: Now The News
Website: www.elinews.com

Scene: Song playing on the jukebox as Jack and Jen leave the bar.

 Artist also heard in episode: #318 

Whaler Buy/View "As I Lay Me Down" - Sophie B. Hawkins
Album: Whaler (Sony)
Website: www.thecreamwillrise.com

Scene: Joey hears the song on the jukebox and says she hates it after Eddie says he hates the song. (Eddie kicks the jukebox to shut it off.)

 Artist also heard in episode: #100 #219 #601 #602 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #100  #601  #602

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"We Belong" by Sylvia Tosun
Website: www.sylviatosun.com

The Late Album Buy/View "The Drifter" - David Poe
Album: The Late Album (Sony)
Website: www.davidpoe.com

Scene: End of episode... Pacey is the first one at the office; Joey running to class. Heard moments later as Dawson is seen starting to write an email to Joey.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Stride" by The Bennett Cale Project
#604 "Instant Karma!"
Episode #108/128   Original Air Date: 10/16/2002
Episode #4 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson finds himself in an awkward situation when he is put between Joey and Natasha, the girl (and lead actress in the film) that he dumped after spending the evening with Joey.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Ten Shepherds Lost Buy/View "Amsterdam" - Rubber Snake
Album: Ten Shepherds Lost
Website: www.rubbersnake.com

Scene: Beginning of episode ... Todd (director) and Dawson discussing Natasha's arrival.

 Visit their website to download the full MP3.

The Turing Event Buy/View "Alive" - Rebecca Timmons
Album: The Turing Event


Scene: Joey reading a book at the bar when Eddie comes along. Continued to the next scene where Pacey called Audrey from work.

 No official website yet but check her out at www.rebeccatimmons.net.

Big Bang Theory "Superstar" - The Crash Poets
Album: Big Bang Theory
Website: www.thecrashpoets.com

Scene: Jack, Jen, and Audrey in the bar when Audrey announces she wants to go home but Jen wants to party and convinces her not to go home.

Straight Out Of Lakeville click to create your own soundtrack
"Over The Top" - Heavy Stud
Album: Straight Out Of Lakeville
Website: www.heavystud.com

Scene: Jack, Jen, and Audrey at the house party. Jen meets up with CJ, the peer counselor.

 Artist also heard in episode: #605 #613 #614 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #613

Ladyfest East (Compilation CD) "Just Like Me" - Moxie
Album: Ladyfest East (Compilation CD)


Scene: Jen and Audrey are with the two guys playing quarters. Audrey throws the cellphone in the drink.

 Artist also heard in episode: #212 #404 #511 #614 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

 Band is also known as MOXIEstarpark. This track comes from the various artists/compilation CD of female rockers and bands.

Unavailable on CD "Judas" - Geller
Album: N/A (Exergy)
Website: www.mineonline.net

Scene: Jack and his professor are outside the house party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #510 

 This song is only available as a single right now.

Beer Can Alley Buy/View "Spike-A-Delic Groove" - Mr. Spike
Album: Beer Can Alley (Attack Records)
Website: www.mrspike.biz

Scene: Pacey and his boss at the strip club.

 Artist also heard in episode: #606 

Magic Basement Buy/View "Find Yourself" - Universal Honey
Album: Magic Basement
Website: www.universalhoney.com

Scene: Audrey is going upstairs to the bedroom with the guy and Jen tries to stop her but cannot.

 Artist also heard in episode: #314 #506 #614 #615 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #614

Daybreaker "Thinking About Tomorrow" - Beth Orton
Album: Daybreaker (Astralwerks)
Website: bethorton.astralwerks.com

Scene: Heard for a long duration at end of episode when Pacey meets Audrey at the dorm, Dawson gets his job back, and Joey kisses Eddie on an impulse.

 Artist also heard in episode: #410 #412 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Peace" by Monica Schroeder
Website: www.monicaschroeder.com
#605 "The Impostors"
Episode #109/128   Original Air Date: 10/23/2002
Episode #5 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson's quick thinking saves the day when a producer arrives on the movie set ready to close down production. Audrey joins an all girl punk band. Joey figures out that Eddie is not really a student at Worthington.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Bye Bye Baby "Bye Bye Baby" - Schnockered
Album: Bye Bye Baby
Website: www.schnockered.com

Scene: (Opening of episode) Bar background song as Joey is waiting for Eddie to get her the drink order as he flirts with some of the customers.

 Artist also heard in episode: #505 #516 #520 #522 #614 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Don't Postpone Joy click to create your own soundtrack
"Spaceshot" - Brian Sullivan
Album: Don't Postpone Joy
Website: www.briansullivanmusic.com

Scene: Song playing as Dawson meets Todd and Natasha at the bar.

 Artist also heard in episode: #611 #620 

Straight Out Of Lakeville "On 2" - Heavy Stud
Album: Straight Out Of Lakeville
Website: www.heavystud.com

Scene: The song playing that Audrey is listening to through her headphones.

 Artist also heard in episode: #604 #613 #614 

Mother Earth "Only Human" - Mike Freedman
Album: Mother Earth
Website: www.mikefreedman.com

Scene: Joey asking questions to Emma about Eddie and where he lives.

Ladyfest East (Compilation CD) "Frustrated" - Catfight
Album: Ladyfest East (Compilation CD)
Website: www.catfight.net

Scene: Audrey and Jen talking about the gig just before Audrey goes on stage.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

 This track was taken from this various artists/compilation CD featuring all female rockers and bands.

"California Dreamin" - Busy Phillips
Album: N/A


Scene: The first tune Audrey sings as part of the all-girl punk band Hell's Belles.

 Also the song Audrey sang in the shower. This song was made popular by the Mamas & The Papas, as well as The Beach Boys.

"Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" - Busy Phillips
Album: N/A


Scene: The second song Audrey sings with Hell's Belles. Joey is shocked when she arrives to see Audrey on stage.

 This song was originally made popular in the 80's by Cyndi Lauper.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Bad Times" by Busy Phillips

Spark "Turn Your Lights Down Low" - Reed Foehl
Album: Spark
Website: www.reedfoehl.com

Scene: Natasha and Dawson walking at the movie set just after she met Heather the producer.

 Artist also heard in episode: #609 

 Visit Reed's website for CD info.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Come Around" by Lee Hester

Anna Kournikova "Lately" - Binge
Album: Anna Kournikova
Website: www.bingeusa.com

Scene: Joey is closing down the bar when Eddie comes in.

 Artist also heard in episode: #212 #220 #503 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Save The Swimmer Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Reunion" - Jonah
Album: Save The Swimmer
Website: www.jonahtheband.com

Scene: End of episode as Jack and Jen are walking down the street.

 Artist also heard in episode: #601 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.
#606 "Living Dead Girl"
Episode #110/128   Original Air Date: 10/30/2002
Episode #6 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson helps Todd in throwing a blow-out Halloween party on the movie set. Joey gets stuck taking Professor Heston's daughter to a haunted house with Eddie.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
The Undecided Buy/View "Land Of Opportunity" - The Undecided
Album: The Undecided
Website: www.theundecided.net

Scene: Pacey and Audrey, getting ready for the Halloween party.

Osaka Buy/View "Put Me On" - The Kickovers
Album: Osaka
Website: www.thekickovers.com

Scene: Joey tells Eddie she made a deal with Prof. Hetsen so he can attend class again.

Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls Buy/View "Dead In Hollywood" - Murderdolls
Album: Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls (Roadrunner Records)
Website: www.themurderdolls.com

Scene: First time the party band is shown. Dawson interrupts Todd with the two girls.

 The band playing at the Halloween party.

Ten Years And Running Buy/View "Move To Bremerton" - MxPx
Album: Ten Years And Running
Website: www.mxpx.com

Scene: At the bar, Joey wants to take Prof Hetsen's daughter out but she wan't go without Eddie.

 Artist also heard in episode: #613 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #613

Four Wall Blackmail Buy/View "The Corporate Enthusiast" - Dead Poetic
Album: Four Wall Blackmail
Website: www.deadpoetic.com

Scene: Music at the party when CJ and his friend David arrive at the party and meet Jack and Jen.

Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls Buy/View "Love At First Fright" - Murderdolls
Album: Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls (Roadrunner Records)
Website: www.themurderdolls.com

Scene: Audrey and Pacey arrive at the party and start to bicker.

 The band playing at the Halloween party.

Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls Buy/View "B-Movie Scream Queen" - Murderdolls
Album: Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls (Roadrunner Records)
Website: www.themurderdolls.com

Scene: Dawson is talking to the blonde chick when he notices the "ghost" up on the rafters.

 The band playing at the Halloween party.

Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls Buy/View "197666" - Murderdolls
Album: Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls (Roadrunner Records)
Website: www.themurderdolls.com

Scene: Dawson talking to Natasha about the "ghost" and she accuses him of asking if she and Todd have something going on with each other.

 The band playing at the Halloween party.

Holy Sphere "Reverend Rider" - Dislife
Album: Holy Sphere
Website: www.dislife.net

Scene: Audrey is hiding in the coffin when Pacey is talking to Emma about Audrey.

Beer Can Alley Buy/View "Hard Core" - Mr. Spike
Album: Beer Can Alley (Attack Records)
Website: www.mrspike.biz

Scene: Jen talking to C.J.'s friend at the electric chairs while Jack is talking to C.J. to find out if he may like Jen.

 Artist also heard in episode: #604 

Hellbilly Deluxe Buy/View "Living Dead Girl" - Rob Zombie
Album: Hellbilly Deluxe (Universal)
Website: www.robzombie.com

Scene: Dawson goes after the "ghost" and finds Todd and Natasha on one of the sets kissing. Moments later when Dawson finds out Natasha and Todd pulled a prank on him.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Switchback (Detroit 2000)" by Celldweller

Under Cold Blue Stars Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Miracle" - Josh Rouse
Album: Under Cold Blue Stars (Slow River)
Website: www.joshrouse.com

Scene: Eddie and Joey sharing the root beer float.

 Artist also heard in episode: #218 #415 #416 
#607 "Ego Tripping At The Gates Of Hell"
Episode #111/128   Original Air Date: 11/06/2002
Episode #7 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Audrey gets drunk before her band performs and worries her friends as she gets out of control. Pacey's boss takes the office to New Orleans for the night. Eddie and Joey agree to go on a date.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Love Parade "Kind Of Girl" - Annie Minogue
Album: Love Parade
Website: www.annieminogue.com

Scene: Opening scene; Joey and Eddie at the bar.

On The Prowl Buy/View "On The Prowl" - Walter "Wolfman" Washington
Album: On The Prowl (Rounder)
Website: www.walterwashington.com

Scene: Pacey talking to the girls at the casino bar.

 Instrumental.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"42nd Street" by Jeff Lingle

Dirty Little Secret Buy/View "While You're Here" - Ali Handal
Album: Dirty Little Secret
Website: www.alihandal.com

Scene: (3 scenes) Eddie pouring a drink for Joey before Audrey showed up to buy shots. Moments later... CJ and Jen in the booth when CJ notices Audrey. Background music during Audrey and Joey bathroom scene.

High Price To Play Buy/View "Bad Girls" - Nigel Mack
Album: High Price To Play
Website: www.nigelmack.com

Scene: Pacey and his boss in the casino, hitting on the blackjack dealer.

"One Way Or Another" - Busy Phillips
Album: N/A


Scene: Audrey goes crazy on the stage as she sings this song.

 This song was originally a hit by the group Blondie in 1978.

November Buy/View "No Signs Of Pain" - Azure Ray
Album: November (Saddle Creek Records)
Website: www.warmsupercomputer.com/AZURERAY.html

Scene: CJ and Jen picking up the glass off the bar floor.

Short/Sleeve (The No Jewel Case Project) "The Seduction Of Mrs. Nielsen" - JP
Album: Short/Sleeve (The No Jewel Case Project)
Website: www.thejplink.com

Scene: Eddie is sweeping up glass from the floor and then he and Joey argue about Audrey.

New Blues "Greasy Money" - Kenny Greenberg
Album: New Blues


Scene: Pacey and his boss on Bourbon Street arguing about the call girl he hired for Pacey.

 (Instrumental piece) Note: CD is not available commericially. It's part of a music source library of pre-licensed music.

Four Songs "Orange Sky" - Alexi Murdoch
Album: Four Songs
Website: www.aleximurdoch.com

Scene: End of episode as Pacey is walking alone down Bourbon Street and when Eddie comes to Joey's dorm room.

 Artist also heard in episode: #616 #622 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.
#608 "Spiderwebs"
Episode #112/128   Original Air Date: 11/13/2002
Episode #8 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson gets No Doubt concert tickets for everyone. Jen finds out CJ slept with Audrey.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Love Candy "I Can't Let You Go" - Love Candy
Album: Love Candy
Website: www.lovecandy.org

Scene: Opening scene with Dawson, Jen, Jack, and David at Hell's Kitchen.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Demo "Right Here" - Fine Machine
Album: Demo
Website: www.finemachine.com

Scene: Joey is trying to convince Eddie to take her to the No Doubt concert for their first official date.

Choo Choo La Rouge (EP) "Say It Twice" - Choo Choo La Rouge
Album: Choo Choo La Rouge (EP)
Website: www.choochoolarouge.com

Scene: Audrey and Jen are in the music store.

 Artist also heard in episode: #614 

Unavailable on CD "Peek" - Anna Waronker
Album: N/A
Website: www.annawaronker.com

Scene: Joey and Eddie trying to get into the concert when Joey realizes she forget the tickets.

 Artist also heard in episode: #601 #602 #616 

 Song is not available on any recording at this time.

Intractable Buy/View "Supergirl" - Gina Young
Album: Intractable
Website: www.ginayoung.com

Scene: Pacey arrives at his seat to see Audrey sitting there alone.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Lake Boone "Fall" - Lake Boone
Album: Lake Boone
Website: www.lakeboone.com

Scene: Eddie trying to talk to the security guard to let him and Joey in.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Nemochrome "Just A Boy (For Now)" - Nemochrome
Album: Nemochrome
Website: www.nemochrome.com

Scene: CJ and Jen talking when Jen finds out he slept with Audrey.

 Artist also heard in episode: #611 #614 #620 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #620
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

The Teenage Years "Every Song On The Radio" - Pillbox
Album: The Teenage Years (NYC Records)
Website: www.pillbox.co.uk

Scene: Pacey and Audrey coming down the escalator after he buys her a No Doubt concert shirt.

 Artist also heard in episode: #516 #521 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #516

Rock Steady Buy/View "Hella Good" - No Doubt
Album: Rock Steady (Interscope)
Website: www.nodoubt.com

Scene: Joey and Eddie appear to be lost after sneaking in the arena. (first tune heard from the band.)

 Sound clip is from the CD, not from the show which features the actual live performance.

Rock Steady Buy/View "Underneath It All" - No Doubt
Album: Rock Steady (Interscope)
Website: www.nodoubt.com

Scene: Second song performed by No Doubt in concert.

 Sound clip is from the CD, not the show which features the actual live performance.

Return Of Saturn Buy/View "Magic's In The Makeup" - No Doubt
Album: Return Of Saturn (Interscope)
Website: www.nodoubt.com

Scene: Joey and Eddie are up in the rafters looking down at the concert. (3rd song from the band.)

 Sound clip is from CD, not from the show which features an actual live performance.

Not Yet Rated "Beautiful" - Josh Zandman
Album: Not Yet Rated


Scene: End of episode when Eddie walks Joey back to the dorm room and kisses her goodnight.

 Song will be available on Josh's forthcoming EP. Visit his site to hear the full song.
#609 "Everything Put Together Falls Apart"
Episode #113/128   Original Air Date: 11/20/2002
Episode #9 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson discovers his jealous side when Natasha is drawn to a new actor on the movie set. Joey spends the night at Eddie's place and ends up missing Professor Heston's final exam.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Disco Fever - Volumes 1 & 2 Buy/View "We Are Family" - Sister Sledge
Album: Disco Fever - Volumes 1 & 2 (SPG Records)
Website: www.sistersledge.com

Scene: (Opening scene) At the movie set when filming the disco scene with Natasha.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Dancin' Nights" by Sonoton Music Library
Album: Funky Disco Fever (SCD 289)

C60 Buy/View "Gone" - C60
Album: C60 (Monolyth)
Website: www.c60music.com

Scene: Joey is studying for her final exam at the bar as this song plays on the jukebox. Joey asks Eddie to turn the song off.

 Artist also heard in episode: #517 #612 

Slow Charm Buy/View "Static" - The Figgs
Album: Slow Charm
Website: www.thefiggs.com

Scene: Pacey and Emma in the store looking for a dress for Emma.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

More Than You Know Buy/View "Good Time" - Out Of Eden
Album: More Than You Know
Website: www.outofedenonline.com

Scene: Pacey is waiting for Emma to arrive at the party when his boss introduces his date to him.

Playin' To Live - Livin' To Play Buy/View "Friday's Salvation" - River City Rebels
Album: Playin' To Live - Livin' To Play (Victory Records)
Website: www.rivercityrebels.com

Scene: A punkishly dressed Emma arrives at party.

Get Down Tonight: The Best Of Disco (VA) Buy/View "Get Down Tonight" - K.C. & The Sunshine Band
Album: Get Down Tonight: The Best Of Disco (VA)
Website: www.kcandthesunshineband.com

Scene: Disco scene at the movie set when Natasha and Max were dancing.

 This song is available on various greatest hits, dance, and 70's compilations.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Bump And Grind" by Source In Synch Music Library

Biota Bondo Buy/View "Hi-Life" - Iffy
Album: Biota Bondo
Website: www.iffy.net

Scene: At the party, Emma and Pacey's boss Rich exchange insults.

 Artist also heard in episode: #511 #513 

Step Outside "Whispers From Heaven" - Glenn Graham & Amy Graham
Album: Step Outside
Website: www.glenngraham.ca

Scene: Joey and Eddie arguing after she just came back from trying to get Professor Heston to give her another chance at the final exam.

The Acid Lounge Buy/View "Green Tomatoes" - 45 Dip
Album: The Acid Lounge
Website: www.45dip.com

Scene: Pacey and his boss get into a little rift about Emma and he tells Pacey that his job is on the line for the way he talks to him.

Riot For Romance Buy/View "Parting Shot" - No Knife
Album: Riot For Romance (Better Looking Records)
Website: www.noknife.net

Scene: Song playing in the bar as Professor Heston sits at one of the tables Joey is waiting on.

 Find out more about the band at their label site -- www.betterlookingrecords.com/no_knife.

Spark "The Remedy" - Reed Foehl
Album: Spark
Website: www.reedfoehl.com

Scene: Joey and Eddie outside sitting on Eddie's truck when he tells her he just got fired for punching Prof. Heston.

 Artist also heard in episode: #605 

 Visit Reed's website for CD info.

Alice Peacock Buy/View "Into The Light" - Alice Peacock
Album: Alice Peacock (Columbia)
Website: www.alicepeacock.com

Scene: Joey and Eddie ice skating alone at the rink.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Break You Open" by Aruna
Website: www.arunamusic.com
#610 "Merry Mayhem"
Episode #114/128   Original Air Date: 12/11/2002
Episode #10 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson and Gail invite everyone back to Capeside for Christmas but things aren't very merry. Pacey returns home with a new car and fancy gifts to impress his family; Joey's father returns to Capeside on temporary parole.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Holiday Songs And Lullabies Buy/View "Love Came Down At Christmas" - Shawn Colvin
Album: Holiday Songs And Lullabies (Columbia)
Website: www.shawncolvin.com

Scene: Joey and Eddie walking around town; she invites Eddie to Capeside for Christmas.

 Artist also heard in episode: #403 #409 #421 #506 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #409

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Christmas Magic" by Dee Dee O'Malley

School's Out Christmas Buy/View "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" - Lynsey Bartilson
Album: School's Out Christmas (Universal)
Website: www.lynseybartilson.com

Scene: Joey is packing for her trip back to Capeside when Audrey arrives back at the dorm because she misses her airline flight.

 Lynsey appears on the television show "Grounded For Life".

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"The Bells" by Universal Honey

School's Out Christmas Buy/View "Wild Christmas" - Chris Trousdale
Album: School's Out Christmas (Universal)
Website: www.christrousdale.com

Scene: Dawson is hanging tinsel on the tree when Natasha comes over and kisses him.

 Chris is from the band Dream Street.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Best Christmas Ever" by Universal Honey

Unavailable on CD "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: N/A
Website: www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: Christmas morning at the Potter B&B. Eddie surprises Joey by showing up to spend Christmas with her.

 Artist also heard in episode: #301 #308 #316 #319 #401 #409 #413 #420 #423 #501 #515 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #409

 This song was specially recorded by Mary Beth for this episode. Back in season 4 episode #409, she specially recorded this same song but it was recorded a little differently.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Please Come Home For Christmas" by Tanya Anton

Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree Buy/View "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree" - Brenda Lee
Album: Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (Decca Records)


Scene: Audrey is talking to Mr. Potter by the Christmas tree.

 This song is available on many holiday compilations.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"UNKNOWN REPLACEMENT" by

Holiday Songs And Lullabies Buy/View "Windy Nights" - Shawn Colvin
Album: Holiday Songs And Lullabies (Sony/Columbia)
Website: www.shawncolvin.com

Scene: Joey and family arrive at the Leery's house. Pacey and Doug pull up in Pacey's new car moments later.

 Artist also heard in episode: #403 #409 #421 #506 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"That's What Xmas Means To Me" by Amy Sky

In The Christmas Spirit Buy/View "Jingle Bells" - Booker T & The MG's
Album: In The Christmas Spirit (Atlantic)


Scene: Todd is saying grace at the dinner table.

 Instrumental version.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Jingle Bells" by Phil Sillas

Bionica "Like An Alien" - Bionica
Album: Bionica
Website: www.bionicamusic.com

Scene: Song on Pacey's car radio just before Audrey crashes it into Dawson's house.
#611 "Day Out Of Days"
Episode #115/128   Original Air Date: 01/15/2003
Episode #11 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Back in LA, Dawson is conflicted when asked by the studio to direct re-shoots of the movie after Todd refuses. Joey hasn't heard from Eddie since Christmas and finds his apartment empty when paying a visit. Pacey is spending more time with Emma.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
The Guest Buy/View "Lonely Day" - Phantom Planet
Album: The Guest (Sony)
Website: www.phantomplanet.com

Scene: First time Joey is leaving a message on Eddie's answering machine.

 Artist also heard in episode: #622 #623 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Crosstalk" by Our Friend The Atom

Unavailable on CD "Mona Lisa" - Eric Saulnier
Album: N/A
Website: www.mosquitostudios.com/ericsaulnier.htm

Scene: Jack and his boyfriend eating at the bar where Joey works.

 Artist also heard in episode: #520 

Nemochrome click to create your own soundtrack
"Hole In Your Head" - Nemochrome
Album: Nemochrome
Website: www.nemochrome.com

Scene: Coming Soon

 Artist also heard in episode: #608 #614 #620 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Details Buy/View "Only Got One" - Frou Frou
Album: Details (Universal)
Website: www.froufrou.net

Scene: Emma and Pacey at the aquarium; Pacey is playing hookey from work.

 Artist also heard in episode: #617 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Complete" by Debra Davis
Website: www.debradavis.com

Company Of Strangers - Brown Bag Edition Buy/View "How Long Will It Last" - Colin Hay
Album: Company Of Strangers - Brown Bag Edition
Website: www.colinhay.com

Scene: Emma is waiting for Pacey at the aquarium but he doesn't show up.

 Artist also heard in episode: #421 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Ghost" by Tim Burlingame
Website: www.timburlingame.com

Don't Postpone Joy click to create your own soundtrack
"Crazy" - Brian Sullivan
Album: Don't Postpone Joy
Website: www.briansullivanmusic.com

Scene: End of episode when Dawson finds Todd on the beach.

 Artist also heard in episode: #605 #620 
#612 "All The Right Moves"
Episode #116/128   Original Air Date: 01/22/2003
Episode #12 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Joey follows Eddie to his family home where they face up to their true emotions. Audrey returns from LA and is welcomed back into the band but blows her chance by getting drunk before taking the stage.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Does She Walk On Water "Does She Walk On Water" - Jennie DeVoe
Album: Does She Walk On Water
Website: www.jdevoe.com

Scene: Opening scene when Audrey walks into the bar to apologize to everyone.

 Visit Jennie's website for CD purchase info.

Info Unavailable "Lost At 22" - The Snaggs
Album: Info Not Available
Website: www.thesnaggs.com

Scene: Joey and Emma at the bar eyeing the new bartender.

 Visit the band's website to download the full song.

"Bad Times" - Busy Phillips
Album: N/A


Scene: Audrey is singing during the band warmups before the big gig. Also playing when Audrey collapses on stage later during the gig.

 Song originally performed by Hissy Fit, an indie punk band from Canada.

Chad Lawson Trio "Fair Sky In Wichita" - Chad Lawson Trio
Album: Chad Lawson Trio
Website: www.chadlawson.com

Scene: Background dinner music when Rich and Pacey arrive at the party.

Unavailable on CD "Something I Can't Be" - Kirsten Proffit
Album: N/A
Website: www.kirstenproffit.com

Scene: Professor Hesten barges into the bar looking for his daughter.

C60 Buy/View "Zombie Lincoln" - C60
Album: C60 (Monolyth)
Website: www.c60music.com

Scene: Audrey is on the party bus hanging with the other band members.

 Artist also heard in episode: #517 #609 

Failsafe "Kozy Claustrophobic" - Failsafe
Album: Failsafe
Website: www.failsafe.us

Scene: At the bar, Joey is trying to ignore Eddie.

"Love Is All Around" - Busy Phillips
Album: N/A


Scene: Audrey singing the opening song on stage at the gig.

 Song is affectionally known as the theme to the "Mary Tyler Moore" show.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"SCENE DELETED FROM DVD RELEASE" by

Dear Dorothy: The Oz Sessions Buy/View "Dear Dorothy" - Chad Lawson Trio
Album: Dear Dorothy: The Oz Sessions (Summit)
Website: www.chadlawson.com

Scene: Background music at the party Rich and Pacey attended.

Regions "Prince Of The City" - Jacobstone
Album: Regions
Website: www.jacobstone.com

Scene: Joey and Hartley talking about getting Professor Hesten to read Eddie's manuscript.

The Red Record Buy/View "Rock 'n' Roll & The Teenage Desperation" - Loudermilk
Album: The Red Record (Dreamworks)
Website: www.loudermilk.net

Scene: Song being performed on stage by the headline act at the gig. Also heard near end of episode when Audrey arrives at the dorm room and passes out.

Tommy Holmes II "One More Day" - Tommy Holmes
Album: Tommy Holmes II
Website: www.tommyholmes.com

Scene: Professor Hesten comes back to the bar to get Harley's backup and tells Joey that Eddie's manuscript has some promise.

Dear Dorothy: The Oz Sessions Buy/View "Are We There Yet?" - Chad Lawson Trio
Album: Dear Dorothy: The Oz Sessions (Summit)
Website: www.chadlawson.com

Scene: Pacey is leaving the party and the mystery girl catches up with him.
#613 "Rock Bottom"
Episode #117/128   Original Air Date: 01/29/2003
Episode #13 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Eddie and Joey say goodbye as he is moving to Los Angeles. Joey convinces Audrey to rehab in LA and convinces Eddie to take her and Audrey with him cross country in Eddie's car. Dawson finds his authority questioned when Natasha refuses a nude scene.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Straight Out Of Lakeville click to create your own soundtrack
"Over The Top" - Heavy Stud
Album: Straight Out Of Lakeville
Website: www.heavystud.com

Scene: Opening scene with Joey and Audrey in the dorm room as Audrey is getting ready to go to rehab.

 Artist also heard in episode: #604 #605 #614 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #604

Ten Years And Running Buy/View "Move To Bremerton" - MxPx
Album: Ten Years And Running
Website: www.mxpx.com

Scene: Eddie and Joey look for Audrey at the hotel room and find her in the tub.

 Artist also heard in episode: #606 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #606

Ladies and Gentlemen... "Sour Mash" - The Gentlemen
Album: Ladies and Gentlemen...
Website: www.thegentlemenrock.com

Scene: Driving scenes... Eddie turns off the radio as this song is playing.

 Artist also heard in episode: #507 

One By One Buy/View "Overdrive" - Foo Fighters
Album: One By One (RCA)
Website: www.foofighters.com

Scene: Heard in the driving scenes before arriving, and while at the gas station.

 Song clips from their official site. Visit to hear clips of all songs from their recent release.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Eye On The Setting Sun" by The Elms

"Total Eclipse Of The Heart" - Busy Phillips
Album: N/A


Scene: Audrey is doing a karaoke version of this song at the bar.

 Song originally performed by Bonnie Tyler (1983).

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Hey Jamie" by UNKNOWN ARTIST

Night Of The Tiles "Tidza" - Big Bad Bollocks
Album: Night Of The Tiles (Monolyth)
Website: www.bigbadbollocks.com

Scene: Plays on the bar jukebox right after Audrey finishes her karaoke performance.

 Visit the band's website for CD info.

Handcream For A Generation Buy/View "Staging The Plaguing Of The Raised Platform" - Cornershop
Album: Handcream For A Generation (BMG)
Website: www.cornershop.com

Scene: Played during the driving scenes right before arriving at Audrey's house in California.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Hey Now" by Bob Mair

Get A Life! click to create your own soundtrack
"True (With You)" - Wild Colonials
Album: Get A Life!
Website: www.wildcolonials.com

Scene: End of episode when Joey and Eddie are kissing goodbye.

 Artist also heard in episode: #322 #404 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Best For You" by Walkabout
#614 "Clean And Sober"
Episode #118/128   Original Air Date: 02/05/2003
Episode #14 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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As Dawson visits Audrey in rehab, he spots a big time producer and follows her into a therapy session. Back in Boston, Pacey throws a big party to celebrate his success and is surprised when Joey lets loose during a spin-the-bottle game.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Separated At Birth Buy/View "The Truth Is Out" - The Andersons
Album: Separated At Birth
Website: www.theandersons.com

Scene: Workers are bringing in the big TV set that Pacey just bought.

Straight Out Of Lakeville "Drop Out" - Heavy Stud
Album: Straight Out Of Lakeville
Website: www.heavystud.com

Scene: Dawson enters the lobby of the rehab center looking for Audrey.

 Artist also heard in episode: #604 #605 #613 

Nemochrome click to create your own soundtrack
"Thanks Dave" - Nemochrome
Album: Nemochrome
Website: www.nemochrome.com

Scene: Party music playing when Jen and C.J. arrive at the party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #608 #611 #620 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Tiny Lights Of Heaven Buy/View "Shining Stars" - Morella's Forest
Album: Tiny Lights Of Heaven
Website: www.morellasforest.com

Scene: Party music playing as Pacey is making Joey a drink by the refrigerator.

 Visit the band's website for CD purchase info.

Bye Bye Baby "Crazy" - Schnockered
Album: Bye Bye Baby
Website: www.schnockered.com

Scene: Party music playing as Joey is talking to David about some of her past with Jack.

 Artist also heard in episode: #505 #516 #520 #522 #605 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Glen Echo "Hole In My Heart" - Glen Echo
Album: Glen Echo
Website: www.mosquitostudios.com/glenecho.htm

Scene: Dawson goes up to talk to the producer who is staying at the rehab center.

 Artist also heard in episode: #511 #517 #622 

Magic Basement "Find Yourself" - Universal Honey
Album: Magic Basement
Website: www.universalhoney.com

Scene: Party music playing when Jen and David were talking by the refrigerator when Pacey tells Jen C.J. accepted a drink.

 Artist also heard in episode: #314 #506 #604 #615 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #604

Wicked...Live At The Abbey "Beacon Street" - Red Chord
Album: Wicked...Live At The Abbey
Website: www.redchord.com

Scene: Party music playing when Pacey and Joey are talking on the bed.

 Artist also heard in episode: #511 

Spend The Night Buy/View "Take It Off" - The Donnas
Album: Spend The Night (Atlantic)
Website: www.thedonnas.com

Scene: Played during the montage of party scenes.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Suburbia" by Moxie

Wall To Wall (EP) "Ragged Dick" - Choo Choo La Rouge
Album: Wall To Wall (EP)
Website: www.choochoolarouge.com

Scene: Party music playing when Jack, Emma, and Gus were talking on the couch. Jack is questioning why Emma would marry Gus.

 Artist also heard in episode: #608 

Big Muff "If I Didn't Have U" - Lava Baby
Album: Big Muff
Website: www.lavababy.com

Scene: Party music playing as Emma is upside-down drinking from the keg, and Pacey and Jack by the TV talking about Gus.

 Artist also heard in episode: #511 #513 #517 

Hollywood Buy/View "To Be Alone" - Danny Blitz
Album: Hollywood
Website: www.dannyblitz.com

Scene: Party music playing as Jen and C.J. are discussing the incident when he accepted a drink from Pacey.

Unavailable on CD "Don't Kiss Me Now" - Moxie
Album: N/A


Scene: A game of spin-the-bottle breaks out between Joey, Pacey, Jen, CJ, Emma, Jack, David, and Gus.

 Artist also heard in episode: #212 #404 #511 #604 

 The band is now known as MOXIEstarpark. The song is unavailable on any commerically released CD.

Turn "Sometimes" - Jay Hansen Project
Album: Turn
Website: www.jayhansenproject.com

Scene: Jack and David are talking about some of things that Joey told David earlier in the party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #520 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #520
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

 The band for this song was listed as August Sky when it was first heard in episode #520. They now go by The Jay Hansen Project.

Redemption's Son Buy/View "Honey & The Moon" - Joseph Arthur
Album: Redemption's Son (Universal)
Website: www.josepharthur.com

Scene: C.J. and Jen in bed.

 Artist also heard in episode: #415 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Always" by Robert Scheffler

Info Unavailable click to create your own soundtrack
"My Friend" - Annie Palmer
Album: Info Not Available
Website: www.davidbean.net/annie/

Scene: Pacey brings a drunken Joey up to his room to rest, moments later they kiss.

 Available exclusively from Dawson's Creek - www.dawsonscreekcds.com. Annie plans to release a CD later this year.
#615 "Castaways"
Episode #119/128   Original Air Date: 02/12/2003
Episode #15 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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On the way home from a business party, Pacey and Joey make an unexpected stop at a Kmart and end up getting locked in, forced to spend the night together.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Red Hot + Blue: A Tribute To Cole Porter Buy/View "You Do Something To Me" - Sinead O'Connor
Album: Red Hot + Blue: A Tribute To Cole Porter (Capitol)


Scene: Opening of episode during the scenes of the business dinner Pacey and Joey attended.

 Artist also heard in episode: #323 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"In Spite Of Unrequited Love" by Joel Evans

Invincible Buy/View "How Big Is Your World" - Universal Honey
Album: Invincible
Website: www.universalhoney.com

Scene: Pacey and Joey are driving to K-Mart.

 Artist also heard in episode: #314 #506 #604 #614 

Who's That? (EP) "Hot Damn" - The Salads
Album: Who's That? (EP)
Website: www.thesalads.com

Scene: In K-mart, Joey is on the intercom.

Lonelyland Buy/View "Big Blue Sea" - Bob Schneider
Album: Lonelyland (Universal)
Website: www.bobschneidermusic.com

Scene: In K-mart, Joey walking down the book aisle, Pacey looking around in the electronics department and then calls for Joey over the intercom.

 Artist also heard in episode: #618 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"The Truth Is Lies" by Scott Laurent

Make You Love Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Juliette" - Vanessa Daou
Album: Make You Love (EQ8R)
Website: www.vanessadaou.com

Scene: Joey is shaving Pacey's gotee off.

 Artist also heard in episode: #418 #508 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Fate" by Alison Lorraine
Website: www.alisonlorraine.com

Let Me In click to create your own soundtrack
"I'm All Right (Help Me)" - Michael Brandmeier
Album: Let Me In
Website: www.michaelbrandmeier.com

Scene: End of episode when Joey and Pacey are at the cashier checking out items before leaving K-mart.

 Artist also heard in episode: #218 

 CD only available through his MP3.com page. Listen to this song in it's entirety.
#616 "That Was Then"
Episode #120/128   Original Air Date: 03/26/2003
Episode #16 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Pacey goes to Capeside where his father has been hospitalized, postponing his meeting with Joey. Dawson returns to Capeside High where he gives an insightful speech in his old film class.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Off By One Buy/View "On My Way" - Off By One
Album: Off By One
Website: www.offbyoneonline.com

Scene: Dawson arrives at Capeside High, his old high school film teacher Mr. Gold greets him.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Picking Up The Pieces" by Jeff Lingle

Info Unavailable click to create your own soundtrack
"Today Is Tomorrow" - Anna Waronker
Album: Info Not Available
Website: www.annawaronker.com

Scene: Song playing on the stereo in Harley's room when Joey shut its off on both occasions.

 Artist also heard in episode: #601 #602 #608 

 Song is unavailable on any of Anna's recordings at this time.

Info Unavailable click to create your own soundtrack
"Break My Heart" - Anna Waronker
Album: Info Not Available
Website: www.annawaronker.com

Scene: Joey and Patrick outside Harley's bathroom trying to get her out. Patrick tries to hit on Joey. Moments later when Joey shuts the song off the radio and then turns it back on.

 Artist also heard in episode: #601 #602 #608 

 Song is unavailable on any of Anna's recordings at this time.

Four Songs click to create your own soundtrack
"Blue Mind" - Alexi Murdoch
Album: Four Songs
Website: www.aleximurdoch.com

Scene: Song ends the episode as Dawson and Pacey talk outside of Dawson's house. Joey arrives back at the dorm room and leaves a long message on Pacey's voice mail.

 Artist also heard in episode: #607 #622 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #622
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.
#617 "Sex And Violence"
Episode #121/128   Original Air Date: 04/02/2003
Episode #17 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Joey agrees to be Pacey's temporary assistant but they both have second thoughts when their mutual jealousy leads to disaster at the office. Eddie makes an unexpected visit to Boston to see Joey.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Cynthia Catania Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Without Sleep" - Cynthia Catania
Album: Cynthia Catania
Website: www.cynthiacatania.com

Scene: In Jen's bedroom, C.J. and Jen talking about their not having sex in a week.

 Visit www.olivoilrecords.com for CD purchase info.

Firecracker click to create your own soundtrack
"The Beautiful Ones" - John Lardieri
Album: Firecracker
Website: www.johnlardieri.com

Scene: C.J. and Jen walking down the street discussing their relationship.

 Artist also heard in episode: #413 

Demo Tracks "Over You" - Straight Razor Seduction
Album: Demo Tracks
Website: youthpanacea.tripod.com

Scene: This is the band that is performing in the music video that Todd is directing.

 Currently only available on a demo CD sent in by the band.

Details Buy/View "Hear Me Out" - Frou Frou
Album: Details (Universal)
Website: www.froufrou.net

Scene: Pacey walks into the bar and fires Joey from her secretary position.

 Artist also heard in episode: #611 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"The Race" by Deb Pasternak
#618 "Love Bites"
Episode #122/128   Original Air Date: 04/09/2003
Episode #18 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Jen learns Grams has breast cancer. Pacey agrees to join Joey as chaperones at Harley's school dance. Pacey reluctantly agrees to invest Dawson's life savings for his film project.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Whatever Fits Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Paper Umbrella" - Shamra
Album: Whatever Fits (Fum Records)
Website: www.shamramusic.com

Scene: Joey and Harley at the dorm. Harley is picking out something for Joey to wear for Harley's prom.

Sundown To Midnight Buy/View "Chevy Malibu" - The Dingees
Album: Sundown To Midnight
Website: www.dingees.com

Scene: Pacey/Joey and Harley/Patrick arrive at the prom.

Lonelyland Buy/View "Round And Round" - Bob Schneider
Album: Lonelyland (Universal)
Website: www.bobschneidermusic.com

Scene: Dawson at his computer, contemplating what to write for his script.

 Artist also heard in episode: #615 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Meeting Hall" by Tim Burlingame

Live By Letting Go click to create your own soundtrack
"Goodbye" - Nancy Weisler
Album: Live By Letting Go


Scene: Harley is dancing with another guy just before Patrick and the guy fight.

 No website available. You can email the artist at nweisler@yahoo.com for more info.

She Will Return click to create your own soundtrack
"She Will Return" - Ballistic Edna
Album: She Will Return
Website: www.ballisticedna.com

Scene: Back and forth between Joey & Harley in the girl's bathroom, and Pacey & Patrick in the boy's bathroom.

Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "Just Another" - Pete Yorn
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.peteyorn.com

Scene: Harley and Patrick are dancing. Pacey and Joey dance to the song moments later.

 Artist also heard in episode: #405 #508 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #405

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"You Are Not Alone" by Lee Hester

O "The Blower's Daughter" - Damien Rice
Album: O
Website: www.damienrice.com

Scene: Heard at end of episode when Joey goes to see Eddie.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Now" by JD Webster
#619 "Lovelines"
Episode #123/128   Original Air Date: 04/16/2003
Episode #19 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Joey and Eddie's emotional and sexual relationship is played out on stage during a counseling center benefit with the stars of "Loveline". Jen confides in CJ about Grams' breast cancer.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
39 Minutes Of Bliss Buy/View "Jerk It Out" - Caesars
Album: 39 Minutes Of Bliss (Astralwerks)
Website: www.caesarsweb.com

Scene: Opening of episode when Joey is in her dorm room with Eddie trying to study while Eddie tries to kiss her.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Brand New Day" by Wonderlife

A Little Voodoo Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Oh No" - Grey Eye Glances
Album: A Little Voodoo
Website: www.greyeyeglances.com

Scene: Eddie tries to talk with Joey about sex but she is avoiding the subject.

I Find You Very Attractive Buy/View "Would You...?" - Touch and Go
Album: I Find You Very Attractive (V2)
Website: www.davidlowemusic.com

Scene: (3 uses) 1)Students gather in the auditorium for the Lovelines show,Jack waits for David. 2)David finally shows and sees Jack. 3)Played over montage of questions when Audrey was hosting the show.

 Radio-Edit version, track #4 off the CD.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Superbad Girl" by Iffy

Kissin' Time Buy/View "Sex With Strangers" - Marianne Faithfull
Album: Kissin' Time (Virgin)
Website: www.mariannefaithfull-usa.com

Scene: Joey and Eddie head up on stage to be with the "Loveline" crew..

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Sex Junkie" by Lava Baby
#620 "Catch-22"
Episode #124/128   Original Air Date: 04/23/2003
Episode #20 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Pacey realizes the money he invested for Dawson is gone when the company stock Pacey invested for him becomes worthless. Eddie surprises Joey with a trip to Europe for the summer.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Nemochrome click to create your own soundtrack
"Just A Boy (For Now)" - Nemochrome
Album: Nemochrome
Website: www.nemochrome.com

Scene: In the dorm room, Eddie is hanging out while Joey is studying. Audrey is reading the letter from the Dean about her attending summer classes.

 Artist also heard in episode: #608 #611 #614 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #608
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Learning From Falling Buy/View "East Of Anywhere" - Lamya
Album: Learning From Falling (J-Records)
Website: www.lamya.com

Scene: In the morning, Pacey and Sadia wake up in bed together.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Angels In The Wings" by Amy Sky

Untucked "Blue Streak Cadillac" - Katrina Carlson
Album: Untucked
Website: www.katrinacarlson.com

Scene: Eddie gives Joey the backpack with the Europe tour guide.

 Artist also heard in episode: #512 

 This CD is due to be released sometime in Spring 2003.

Big Senorita click to create your own soundtrack
"Love In Vain" - Steve Tannen
Album: Big Senorita
Website: www.stevetannen.com

Scene: Jack and David at the bar, David breaks up with Jack.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Unavailable on CD click to create your own soundtrack
"Radio" - Crushing Velvet
Album: N/A
Website: www.crushingvelvet.com

Scene: Eddie and Joey in the dorm room..talking about taking their trip to Europe, just before they have an argument.

 Artist also heard in episode: #404 #414 

 This song is unreleased by the band.

Don't Postpone Joy click to create your own soundtrack
"Promised" - Brian Sullivan
Album: Don't Postpone Joy
Website: www.briansullivanmusic.com

Scene: At the water fountain when Pacey was telling Sadia about losing Dawson's money on the bad stock.

 Artist also heard in episode: #605 #611 

A-Sides From Buffalo Tom: 1988-1999 Buy/View "Soda Jerk" - Buffalo Tom
Album: A-Sides From Buffalo Tom: 1988-1999
Website: www.buffalotom.com

Scene: End of episode when Joey tells Audrey she will go on that trip to Europe with Eddie after all, only to find the letter that he has left her.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Straight Into The Sun" by Meanwhile
#621 "Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road"
Episode #125/128   Original Air Date: 04/30/2003
Episode #21 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson's movie dreams are shattered when Pacey comes clean about losing Dawson's money. The ensuing fight leads to old wounds and three friends wonder if their friendship will ever be the same.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Info Unavailable click to create your own soundtrack
"Hand In Hand" - Leah Erbe
Album: Info Not Available
Website: www.leaherbe.com

Scene: Jen's mother arriving at Jen & Gram's house.

 Leah's CD is expected to be released in the upcoming weeks.

For The Ride Home "Old Time Memory" - Josh Kelley
Album: For The Ride Home (Hollywood)
Website: www.joshkelley.com

Scene: Jack and Jen are in the grocery store.

 This album is due to be released in June 2003. (USA)

For The Ride Home "Home To Me" - Josh Kelley
Album: For The Ride Home (Hollywood)
Website: www.joshkelley.com

Scene: Audrey and Jack O. walk into a bar and find Pacey sitting alone.

 This album is due to be released in June 2003 (USA).

Rise Buy/View "Place Called Home" - Kim Richey
Album: Rise (Universal)
Website: www.kimrichey.com

Scene: Joey and Pacey at the docks.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"My Friend" by Annie Palmer

"Way Beyond Empty" - Busy Phillips
Album: N/A


Scene: Audrey is singing this song at the bar.

 Busy is actually singing, but she's not really playing the guitar. A full version was not recorded. Tune originally performed by Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society (1996).
#622 "Joey Potter and Capeside Redemption"
Episode #126/128   Original Air Date: 05/07/2003
Episode #22 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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When Dawson gives up his dream of making his movie, Joey rallies the old group back to Capeside to help Dawson being production. Jen, Jack, and Grams say goodbye and leave for New York, so Grams can receive better care for her breast cancer.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Old Ramon Buy/View "Void" - Red House Painters
Album: Old Ramon (Sub Pop)
Website: www.subpop.com/bands/redhousepainters/ramon

Scene: During the montage where we see Grams and Jen having a yard sale.

 Front man Mark Kozelek's solo recordings were heard in episode #404 and #504.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Sit And Watch The Sky" by Crashpalace

The Guest Buy/View "Nobody's Fault" - Phantom Planet
Album: The Guest (Sony)
Website: www.phantomplanet.com

Scene: (1) Joey goes over to Doug's house to visit Pacey. (2) Jack and Jen are talking to the A/V geek trying to persuade him to lend them the filmmaking equipment.

 Artist also heard in episode: #611 #623 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Overrated" by Pilate

Glen Echo click to create your own soundtrack
"Sins" - Glen Echo
Album: Glen Echo
Website: www.mosquitostudios.com/glenecho.htm

Scene: Setting up the film set in the streets of Capeside outside the video store.

 Artist also heard in episode: #511 #517 #614 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #511

The Hit Parade 1 Buy/View "Pleasant Valley Sunday" - The Wedding Present
Album: The Hit Parade 1 (RCA)
Website: www.westnet.com/weddoes

Scene: Joey and Todd by the dock discussing Todd's infatuation with steamed broccoli....Harley telling Dawson she's not doing the water scene.

Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"I Know What You Don't" by Poxy

Tears All Over Town Buy/View "Soundtrack Of Your Life" - A Girl Called Eddy
Album: Tears All Over Town
Website: www.agirlcallededdy.com

Scene: Jen, Grams, and Jack are saying their goodbyes and hugging everyone before they leave in the cab.

Four Songs click to create your own soundtrack
"Blue Mind" - Alexi Murdoch
Album: Four Songs
Website: www.aleximurdoch.com

Scene: Dawson wakes up to find Joey has already left, but finds a note that she left him..

 Artist also heard in episode: #607 #616 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #616
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Classic Masters - The Hollies Buy/View "The Air That I Breathe" - The Hollies
Album: Classic Masters - The Hollies (Capitol)
Website: www.hollies.co.uk

Scene: Heard during the montage of scenes at the end of the episode which took place in the near future.

 This song can be found on many of The Hollies compliations, as well as many 70's compilations.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 6 DVD replacement song:
"Butterfly Girl" by Jaylene Johnson
#623 "All Good Things..."
Episode #127/128   Original Air Date: 05/14/2003
Episode #23 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Five years have passed and everyone is reunited in Capeside for a special wedding, but the happy reunion is cut short after the group learns that one of their own has been harboring a heartbreaking secret.


This episode is the first hour of the 2 hour series finale ending (WB Network)


Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
The Art Of Losing Buy/View "The Art Of Losing" - American Hi-Fi
Album: The Art Of Losing (Def Jam)
Website: www.americanhifi.com

Scene: Jack speeding down the road when Sheriff Doug Witter pulls him over.

The Guest Buy/View "Always On My Mind" - Phantom Planet
Album: The Guest (Sony)
Website: www.phantomplanet.com

Scene: Pacey at the Icehouse when the woman he was having an affair with arrived.

 Artist also heard in episode: #611 #622 

Dragmatic (EP) click to create your own soundtrack
"If" - Dragmatic
Album: Dragmatic (EP)
Website: www.dragmatic.com

Scene: Pacey happily spots Joey walking up to the Icehouse.

 Artist also heard in episode: #307 #422 #506 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #307  #422

Amanda Marshall Buy/View "Fall From Grace" - Amanda Marshall
Album: Amanda Marshall (Epic/Sony)
Website: www.amandamarshall.com

Scene: The gang is all hanging out at the Icehouse talking about memories of the past.

 Artist also heard in episode: #105 #111 #216 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #111

Misguided Roses "I'll Be" - Edwin McCain
Album: Misguided Roses (Atlantic)
Website: www.edwin.com

Scene: Dawson and Joey talking in Dawson's old bedroom, just before they fall asleep together.

 Artist also heard in episode: #112 #318 #421 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #112

Painted Man "Reflections" - Painted Man
Album: Painted Man
Website: www.paintedmanmusic.com

Scene: Instrumental played by the wedding band during the wedding celebration.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Unavailable on CD "Have A Little Faith In Me" - Painted Man
Album: N/A
Website: www.paintedmanband.com

Scene: Instrumental played by the wedding band as Joey, Pacey, Jen, and Dawson were dancing.

 Painted Man is based out of Wilmington, North Carolina where the show is filmed.

Bring The Family Buy/View "Have A Little Faith In Me" - John Hiatt
Album: Bring The Family (A&M)
Website: www.johnhiatt.com

Scene: Pacey and Joey dancing just as he kisses her to try and get the woman he was having an affair with to leave him alone.

 Artist also heard in episode: #201 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #201

 This song is also featured on his Greatest Hits CD but it's of a different version -- not the version heard on DC.

Sand And Water Buy/View "Say Goodnight" - Beth Nielsen Chapman
Album: Sand And Water (Reprise)
Website: www.bethnielsenchapman.com

Scene: At the hospital, Jack gets in bed with Jen, and then during the montage of scenes as Jack is telling each of the gang that Jen is dying.

 Artist also heard in episode: #105 #112 #201 #215 #624 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #112  #624
#624 "...Must Come To An End"
Episode #128/128   Original Air Date: 05/14/2003
Episode #23 on the Season 6 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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The final episode, five years into the future....death falls upon on one of the four friends. Joey finally chooses between Dawson and Pacey. Jack gets his man.


This episode is the second hour of the 2 hour series finale ending (WB Network)


Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Surfacing Buy/View "Angel" - Sarah McLachlan
Album: Surfacing (Arista)
Website: www.sarahmclachlan.com

Scene: Dawson is filming the video that Jen is making for her daughter Amy.

 Artist also heard in episode: #103 #112 #407 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #112

Jagged Little Pill Buy/View "Hand In My Pocket" - Alanis Morissette
Album: Jagged Little Pill (Maverick)
Website: www.alanismorissette

Scene: Played during the short homemade video montage of the four young creeker's that Pacey was showing Jen in the hospital room.

 Artist also heard in episode: #222 #308 #520 

 This was the song used as the theme music in the original and unaired pilot episode. Click here for more info.

Burning The Daze Buy/View "Healing Hands" - Marc Cohn
Album: Burning The Daze (Warner)
Website: www.marccohn.org

Scene: Dawson and Joey outside in the hospital gardens.

 Artist also heard in episode: #104 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #104

Under These Rocks And Stones Buy/View "Green Apples" - Chantal Kreviazuk
Album: Under These Rocks And Stones (Sony)
Website: www.chantalkreviazuk.com

Scene: Montage of scenes showing everyone at the hospital waiting room.

 Artist also heard in episode: #107 #111 #218 #305 #306 #322 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #107

Spirit Buy/View "Hands" - Jewel
Album: Spirit (Atlantic)
Website: www.jeweljk.com

Scene: The special luncheon at the Icehouse for Jen's funeral -- Pacey telling Doug to go over to Jack.

 Artist also heard in episode: #205 #517 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #205

Sand And Water Buy/View "Say Goodnight" - Beth Nielsen Chapman
Album: Sand And Water (Reprise)
Website: www.bethnielsenchapman.com

Scene: End of the episode.

 Artist also heard in episode: #105 #112 #201 #215 #623 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #112  #623
Season 6 Finale DVD Dawson's Creek: The Series Finale
Release Date: September 30, 2003 (USA)

Episode Music - Part I & Part II
Part I and Part II correspond respectively to episodes #623 and #624, without the additional or extended scenes.

All the tunes heard during the show's original airing on The WB Network are still here. Due to the extended scenes, an additional track was heard in Part 1 during one of wedding scenes. It is an instrumental song performed by the portrayed wedding band - Painted Man Band, and the song is titled "Brotha".

Original Pilot Presentation Ending
The song heard during this clip is "Don't Speak" by No Doubt. You can find out all the music played during the original and unaired pilot episode.

Closing Credits Music
The closing credits are the actual credits and music placed by Sony/Columbia when the show was originally produced. When the show originally aired on the WB Network, this music was not heard. This particular piece is different than with all other season 6 episodes. In order to accomodate the additional credits of a double episode, the music needed to be additional 15 seconds longer. Adam Fields, Dawson's Creek music composer, recorded this special solo piano piece just for that purpose. This music was also heard at the end of the one and only TBS syndication airing of the 2 hour finale.

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