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#301 "Like A Virgin"
Episode #36/128   Original Air Date: 09/29/1999
Episode #1 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Dawson lands in a boatland of trouble when he falls under the sexy spell of Eve and stumbles into a confrontation with Joey over their break up. Jen tries out for the cheerleading squad; Mitch becomes the new football coach at Capeside High.



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 Time Rock & Roll" - Bob Seger
Album: Greatest Hits (Capitol)


Scene: Opening scene with Dawson on the bus as he is watching "Risky Business" on his portable DVD player.

 Song also available on his 1978 release Stranger In Town.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Urge" by Supersparkle

"Who's Who" - The Pretenders
Album: Viva El Amor (Warner)


Scene: Right after opening credits when Joey is at the dock with her boss. Continues to Jack and Jen eating breakfast.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#100 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Love Goes Down" by Annie Minogue
Album: Love Parade
Website:
www.annieminogue.com

"Sleep Together" - Garbage
Album: Version 2.0 (Almo Sounds)
Website:
www.garbage.com

Scene: Dawson and Pacey are at the strip bar.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#206 #209 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Emma Peel" by Bionica
Website:
www.bionicamusic.com

"Dead Again" - Buckcherry
Album: Buckcherry (UNI/Dreamworks)


Scene: Guys start arriving at Dawson's house for the strip girls party.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Turn It Up" by Squad Five-Oh

"Let Us Sing" - Tricky Woo
Album: The Enemy Is Real (Sonic Unyon)
Website:
www.trickywoo.com

Scene: Dawson is seen going down the stairs right after Joey left the room and just before Pacey introduces Dawson to the crowd.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#418 

"Push It" - Garbage
Album: Version 2.0 (Almo Sounds)
Website:
www.garbage.com

Scene: Dawson grabs Pacey to the porch to tell him that Joey wants him back.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#206 #209 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"So High" by Motorbaby
Album: Rise
Website:
www.motorbaby.com

click to create your own soundtrack
"Hold On" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: Supernatural (Musaic Records)
Website:
www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: Song is heard near end of episode when Eve tries to get Dawson to go on the boat with her. The song continues to Joey and Pacey on the docks.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#308 #316 #319 #401 #409 #413 #420 #423 #501 #515 #610 
#302 "Homecoming"
Episode #37/128   Original Air Date: 10/06/1999
Episode #2 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Dawson plans a sexcapade with Eve as well as PR film for the football's team pep rally. Pacey wilts when Andie isn't thrilled at his surprise visit at the mental institution. Jack agress to join the football team.



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.
 
"Bodyrock" - Moby
Album: Play (BMG)
Website:
www.moby.com

Scene: Song played in background of the montage of scenes of the touch football game that Jack was playing in.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Go" by Andy Hunter

"Days & Days" - The Nines
Album: Wonderworld Of Colourful
Website:
www.ninespop.com

Scene: This was the song that played when Pacey turned on the radio as he drove Andie home from the institution.

 Canadian pop band.

"On Wisconsin" - Capeside High Marching Band
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Capeside High Marching Band plays this tune right after the player introductions at the pep rally.

 This is the college fight song for the University of Wisconsin. Music was actually performed by the band seen on the show. No identification of the band was made.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Fight Song" by FirstCom Music Library
Album: High School Madness (FC-S92)

"Gonna Fly Now (Theme From Rocky)" - Not Identified
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Capeside High Marching Band plays this song as the audience is cheering Dawson and Eve when they are seen kissing when the movie screen is accidentally lifted.

 The song is a recording and not actually played by the band seen on the show.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Champions" by FirstCom Music Library
Album: Strike Up The Band! (FC-S89)

"Time After Time" - Tuck & Patti
Album: Tears Of Joy (Windham Hill)
Website:
www.tuckandpatti.com

Scene: At end of episode while Joey and Dawson are at the dock's by Dawson's house.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#414 

 Song can also be found on their "Best Of" CD.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Deep Blue Ocean" by Lisa Meri
Website:
www.lisameri.com
#303 "None Of The Above"
Episode #38/128   Original Air Date: 10/13/1999
Episode #3 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Dawson and his pals cast suspicious eyes at one another when an advance copy of the PSAT procured by Eve is missing.



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.
 
  "Absolutely (Story Of A Girl)" - Nine Days
Album: The Madding Crowd (550/Epic)
Website:
www.ninedays.com

Scene: Starts as Joey leaves the principal's office and meets up with Dawson at the lockers. Eve comes along moments later.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#411 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Tommy Holmes" by Super Girl

"Swaying" - Train
Album: Train (Columbia)
Website:
www.trainline.com

Scene: Dawson and Eve are outside his window on the roof. Eve is trying to persuade Dawson to take the PSAT results.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#404 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Fractured Angel" by Doug Roberson & The Swarays

"Speak Of The Devil" - Chris Isaak
Album: Speak Of The Devil (Warner/Reprise)


Scene: Pacey arrives drunk at the docks where Joey works, just after Andie gave him all his stuff back.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#210 #214 

 This is the third song heard on DC from this album.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Goodbye Baby" by John Cate
Album: Two Brothers
Website:
www.johncate.com


"You Won't See Me Cry" - Sue Medley
Album: Velvet Morning (Egg Records)
Website:
www.suemedley.com

Scene: Heard in background while Pacey and Joey were talking after Dawson punched him.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#304 #313 #317 #409 
 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.

"From My Head To My Heart" - Evan and Jaron
Album: Evan and Jaron (Columbia)
Website:
www.evanandjaron.com

Scene: End of episode when Pacey and Dawson walk out of the PSAT exam room.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#408 

 Song also available on the Runaway Bride movie soundtrack.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"We're At The Top Of The World" by The Juliana Theory
#304 "Home Movies"
Episode #39/128   Original Air Date: 10/20/1999
Episode #4 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

It's homecoming at Capeside High and Jack stars in the big football game. Dawson and Joey relive childhood memories from viewing old videos.



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.
 

"Static" - Bleach
Album: Static (Forefront Records)
Website:
www.bleached.com

Scene: Song is heard at beginning of episode with Jen and Grams in the kitchen. Starts up again right after when Joey and Pacey are in the school hallway, about to cut classes.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#306 


"Break The Chain" - Sue Medley
Album: Velvet Morning (Egg Records)
Website:
www.suemedley.com

Scene: This song is first heard when Dawson shows up at Joey's work. Heard again near end of episode when Pacey and Joey are fixing up the boat, continuing to Mitch and Dawson at the football field.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#303 #313 #317 #409 
 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.

"I'm Sorry Now" - Jude
Album: No One Is Really Beautiful (Maverick)
Website:
www.maverickrc.com/jude

Scene: Andie is hanging out in the school office when Mr. Green approaches her. Also moments later when Joey and Pacey are in Mr. Green's office for skipping class.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#519 

 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Beautiful Lie" by Sweetsalt
Website:
www.sweetsalt.com

"Go To War" - Mad Lion
Album: Predatah Or Prey (Reprise/Killah Pride)
Website:
www.madlion.com

Scene: Music in background of the football game montage (before the halftime scene in the locker room).

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"I Wanna Make You Yell" by Sucker Pump

"Man With A Hex" - Atomic Fireballs
Album: Torch This Place (Atlantic)
Website:
www.atomicfireballs.com

Scene: Heard right after the football team comes out of the locker room (when Dawson was there) to start the second half of the game.

 Song also available on the American Pie movie soundtrack.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Wilderness" by Supertones
Album: Loud And Clear
Website:
www.supertones.com

"I Do" - Jude
Album: No One Is Really Beautiful (Maverick)
Website:
www.maverickrc.com/jude

Scene: At end of episode when Joey is watching the home movies of her and Dawson.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#519 
#305 "Indian Summer"
Episode #40/128   Original Air Date: 10/27/1999
Episode #5 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Dawson has a stunning revelation about Even after he catches her breaking into Gram's house. Joey fears Rob as an ulterior motive in taking out Andie. Jack helps Henry get closer to Jen by setting up an "accidental" 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.
 
  "Before You" - Chantal Kreviazuk
Album: Colour, Moving And Still (Sony Canada)
Website:
www.chantalkreviazuk.com

Scene: Song is heard in both scenes where Jack and Jen are lying in the park when the sprinklers turn on. Continued near end when Andie met Joey at the dock before she got fired.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#107 #111 #218 #306 #322 #624 

 Cover art shown is from US release. Canadian release is different.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Stronger Than" by Dana Mase
Album: Thread Of Blue
Website:
www.dana.tv

"Swim" - Madonna
Album: Ray Of Light (Warner)
Website:
www.wbr.com/madonna

Scene: Heard in background when Dawson is looking for Eve at the strip bar and the school office. Heard a bit later when Dawson awaits outside the laundromat when Pacey comes along.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Here You Been Lookin" by Sleepyhouse
#306 "Secrets and Lies"
Episode #41/128   Original Air Date: 11/10/1999
Episode #6 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Andie levels a devastating accusation against Rob that puts Joey and Pacey in the middle of their confict. Jen is in homecoming queen hell when she clashes with a previous title holder.



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.
 
"Shout" - Meredith Brooks
Album: Deconstruction (Capitol)
Website:
www.meredithbrooks.com

Scene: Song is heard in the background when Joey and Pacey come to Andie's "rescue". Song was heard much louder when Pacey walked into the house.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#102 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Constellation" by The Lovelies


"Get Me Through December" - Natalie MacMaster
Album: In My Hands (Rounder)
Website:
www.macmastermusic.com

Scene: First heard when Jen & Henry are in the greenhouse. Heard again later when Jen & Henry are in the greenhouse.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Fragile Flower" by Leslie Nuss
Album: Heliotrope
Website:
www.leslienuss.com

"Concerto #1 in G Major" - Johann Ludwig Krebs (Composer)
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Background classical music during the first scenes at the Homecoming party.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#218 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#218

 Music can be found on various classical CDs.

"It's Raining Men" - The Weather Girls
Album: Success (Sony)


Scene: Song that the "entertainment" was lip synching and dancing to during the Homecoming party.

 Song can also be found on numerous disco compilation CDs.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"I'm Comin' Back" by Nick Nolan
Website:
www.nicknolan.com


"Super Good Feeling" - Bleach
Album: Static (Forefront Records)
Website:
www.bleached.com

Scene: Heard in the background as Dawson and Gale were sitting and talking at the table at the party.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#304 

  "Eve" - Chantal Kreviazuk
Album: Colour, Moving And Still (Sony Canada)
Website:
www.chantalkreviazuk.com

Scene: Heard at the very end of episode during the montage of scenes.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#107 #111 #218 #305 #322 #624 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"I'm Crying" by Quincy
Album: Also Known As Mary
Website:
www.quincysongs.com
#307 "Escape From Witch Island"
Episode #42/128   Original Air Date: 11/17/1999
Episode #7 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Eerie happenings surround Dawson, Joey, Pacey and Hen when they get trapped on the allegedly haunted Witch Island where Dawson plans to film a documentary. (Blair Witch Project spoof) Andie goes on a power trip as head of the disciplinaryc committee.



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.
 
"Puzzle Girl" - Kim Stockwood
Album: 12 Years Old (EMI Music Canada)
Website:
www.emimusic.ca/artists/KimSt/index2.html

Scene: Heard in the background as Andie was giving out conduct violations to various students.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#222 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Mercury Is Clearly Opposing Neptune" by Paper Moon
Album: One Thousand Reasons To Stay...

"Gone" - The Tea Party
Album: Triptych (EMI Music Canada)
Website:
www.teaparty.com

Scene: Dawson is showing the documentary video he made to the class and an interruption occurs when Andie is at the desk in the hallway assigning disiplinary action to all conduct violaters.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#109 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Losing You" by Havalina
Album: Space, Love, & Bullfighting
Website:
www.havalinaband.com


"If" - Dragmatic
Album: Dragmatic (EP)
Website:
www.dragmatic.com

Scene: Song starts when Jen and Pacey shake hands in the video store and continues to Joey and Dawson checking out the video in his room. Heard moments again just as the episode ends.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#422 #506 #623 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#422  #623
#308 "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner"
Episode #43/128   Original Air Date: 11/24/1999
Episode #8 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Thanksgiving episode. Jen's mom returns to Capeside for the holidaydinner at Grams.



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.
 
"Beginner's Luck" - Ariel's Worm
Album: Beginner's Luck
Website:
www.arielsworm.com

Scene: Heard in the very first scene. The song was on the radio that was playing while Jen and Pacey were in the market.

 Check their official site for availability of this EP.

"America" - Bree Sharp
Album: A Cheap And Evil Girl (Trauma Records)
Website:
www.breesharp.com

Scene: Song is heard during the first scene right after the opening credits while Dawson is in the kitchen with Gail.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Time Capsule" by Leslie Nuss
Album: Action Hero Superstar
Website:
www.leslienuss.com


"Better Than Anyone" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: Supernatural (Musaic Records)
Website:
www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: Heard in 2 scenes. First while Grams and Jen are at the docks right after Jen saw her mother. Second, when Andie and Joey are on the porch while Jack and Pacey are setting the table.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#301 #316 #319 #401 #409 #413 #420 #423 #501 #515 #610 

 Check out Mary Beth's official site for a special CD including all her songs on Dawson's Creek.

"17 Again" - Eurythmics
Album: Peace (Arista)
Website:
www.aristarec.com/aristaweb/Eurythmics

Scene: Heard while everyone is arriving outside of Jen's house to Thanksgiving dinner.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Good Life" by Mary Beth Maziarz
Website:
www.marybethmusic.com

"Getting Over You" - Janis Ian
Album: Hunger (Windham Hill)
Website:
www.janisian.com

Scene: Background song when everyone was holding hands at the table telling what they were thankful for.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#323 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Fly Me Back" by Brenda Weiler
Website:
www.brendaweiler.com

"That I Would Be Good" - Alanis Morissette
Album: Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie (Maverick)
Website:
www.alanismorissette.com

Scene: First heard when Jen arrives just as her mother is about to leave. Moments later when Jen and Pacey are walking over to the gang that is settled around a fire.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#222 #520 #624 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#222
#309 "Four To Tango"
Episode #44/128   Original Air Date: 12/01/1999
Episode #9 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Jen and Pacey leave behind evidence of another unconsummated make-out session in Dawson's bedroom. Jack finds an admirer over the internet. Joey agrees to tutor Pacey in math if he agrees to take dance lessons with her.



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.
 
"World You Want" - Violin Road
Album: Violin Road
Website:
www.violinroad.com

Scene: Song is heard in the opening scene when Pacey and Jen are kissing on Dawson's bed. A brief instrumental piece of the song can be heard when Andie and Jack are outside of school.

 Listen to more song clips from this sister duo or order this CD at their official site.

"Hateful" - Peter Searcy
Album: Could You Please And Thank You (Time Bomb)
Website:
www.timebombrecordings.com/artists/petersearcy/

Scene: Playing in the background when Pacey is chasing Joey down the school hallway to get her attention.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Giants In My Field" by The Parkas
Website:
www.theparkas.com

"Dear Heart" - Parry Music Library
Album: 1920s-1930s-1940s (PML 1149) (ProMusic Music Library)


Scene: The instrumental ballroom dancing music that was playing when Dawson and Jen arrived at the dance class to see what Pacey and Joey were up to.

 Song taken from a CD of licensed music for TV and films and is not available commercially. (Track #31)

"Me, Myself, and I" - Vitamin C
Album: Vitamin C (Elektra/Warner)
Website:
www.vitamincfan.com

Scene: Pacey and Joey are walking outside school talking about keeping their secrets. Dawson walks up behind them.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"A Girl's Life" by Cadence Grace

"Walking In The Rain" - Chapell Music Library
Album: Swing Time


Scene: The dance instructor is analyzing Pacey and Joey, Dawson and Jen as future and past couples.

 Tune comes from a CD of licensed music for TV and films.

"So In Love" - OneMusic Library
Album: OneSongs 50's Volume I


Scene: Song heard in the background at the dance studio when the gang was switching partners.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#406 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#406

 Song comes from a CD of prelicensed music for TV and film.

"Knock It On The Head" - Wood
Album: Songs From Stamford Hill (Columbia)
Website:
www.woodband.com

Scene: Pacey and Jen are in the back room of the dance studio kissing. Continues to Jack outside the cafe deciding if he should go in or not.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#310 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"How Many Nights" by Scott Laurent
Album: The Truth Is Lies

"Stay You" - Wood
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek
Website:
www.woodband.com

Scene: Heard at the end of the episode when Joey and Pacey are about to leave the dance studio.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#310 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Go Anywhere With You" by Beautiful 2000
Album: Midnight Sons
Website:
www.beautiful2000.com
#310 "First Encounters Of The Close Kind"
Episode #45/128   Original Air Date: 12/15/1999
Episode #10 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

A student film festival and an Ivy League university tour bring Joey, Dawson, Andie and Jack to Boston.



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.
 
"Kate" - Ben Folds Five
Album: Whatever And Ever Amen (Sony)
Website:
www.benfoldsfive.com

Scene: Song begins after Dawson gets his ID and as Joey is meeting A.J., her escort for the college tour.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#107 #219 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Into You" by Rory Lowe Band
Website:
www.roryloweband.com

"Mrs. Potter's Lullaby" - Counting Crows
Album: This Desert Life (Geffen)
Website:
www.countingcrows.com

Scene: Plays as Jack is getting on the bus and when Joey meets up with Dawson at a bench right after his film screening.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#415 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Your Rat" by Scott Laurent
Album: The Truth Is Lies

"Run Into You" - Last December
Album: Without Wings
Website:
www.lastdecember.com

Scene: Song is playing in the gay bar that Jack walks into.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#318 

"Never Ending" - Wood
Album: Songs From Stamford Hill (Columbia)
Website:
www.woodband.com

Scene: A.J. and Joey at the train station just before she gets on the train. And at end of episode when Joey and Dawson are in his room.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#309 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"The Wish" by Josh Canova
#311 "Barefoot At Capefest"
Episode #46/128   Original Air Date: 01/12/2000
Episode #11 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Jack finally meets an interested guy. Jen sees a different side of Henry when she runs into him at a rock festival.



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.
 
"No Chance" - Little Jinn
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Beginning of episode when Jack and Jen are in the market and Ethan comes in.

 This song/album was never released commercially.

"The Frug" - Rilo Kiley
Album: Rilo Kiley
Website:
www.rilokiley.com

Scene: Jack and Jen are walking by the tents on the way to setup their tent for the concert.


"Finally Found You" - Weekend Excursion
Album: Five From Six
Website:
www.weekendexcursion.com

Scene: Jack finds Ethan at the concert site and takes a walk with him.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#312 

"85" - Rilo Kiley
Album: Rilo Kiley
Website:
www.rilokiley.com

Scene: Second scene when Jack and Ethan are walking along the beach when Ethan finds that his camping equipment is stolen.

"No Surrender" - Not Identified
Album: N/A


Scene: The song Henry is singing while playing the guitar at the campsite.

 Henry (Michael Pitt) is not actually singing this song. The actual artist has not been identified by Dawson's Creek. This song was originally written and performed by Bruce Springsteen.


"Better Off" - Pete Stewart
Album: Pete Stewart (Forefront Records)
Website:
www.petestewart.com

Scene: Jack introduces Ethan to Jen while she attempts to put up the tent.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#316 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#316

"Scared Of Me" - Channeling Owen
Album: ...Furry Bright Green Shoes
Website:
www.channelingowen.com

Scene: Jack and Ethan are in the tent.. Jack is hesitant to turn out the lamplight.

"DeCapo" - Declan Nine
Album: Declan Nine
Website:
www.declannine.com

Scene: The morning after... Ethan asks Jack why he is not asking for his phone number. Heard again moments later when Jen tracks down Henry to apologize.

 Full MP3 clip of this song available at their official site.


"Angels In The Attic" - Debra Davis
Album: Angels In The Attic (Farren Music)
Website:
www.debradavis.com

Scene: Heard in the background as Jack and Jen are leaving the concert site.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#217 #314 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#217

"Imagine" - John Lennon
Album: Imagine (Capitol)


Scene: At end of episode when Joey and Dawson are hanging the "Imagine" poster on the wall in his bedroom.

 This song is available on other recordings from Lennon.
#312 "A Weekend In The Country"
Episode #47/128   Original Air Date: 01/19/2000
Episode #12 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Pacey invites a hard-nosed critic to the unfinished B&B for the weekend in an effort to help jump-start the business, as the gang (minus Jen) plus Mitch, Gale, and Grams all help out.



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.
 
"Starmaker" - Julie Plug
Album: Starmaker
Website:
www.julieplug.com

Scene: Jen and Henry in the school hallway talking about a "possible" date.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#314 #315 #322 #404 #511 

 Julie Plug is a band that doesn't even have a band member named Julie. Official site currently unavailabe.


"Fear" - Bryan Kelley
Album: Charming The Gods (Groovehouse Records)
Website:
www.bryankelley.com

Scene: Dawson and Mitch are talking at the docks.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#314 

"Getting By" - Weekend Excursion
Album: Weekend Excursion
Website:
www.weekendexcursion.com

Scene: Jen and Dawson are outside gazing at the stars.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#311 

 This CD is also available by ordering directly from the band. Check out their official site.

"Will You Ever Know" - Kind Of Blue
Album: Sketches Of The Soul


Scene: Everyone is around the fire in the B&B reminiscing about what the fire reminds them of.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#317 #322 

 The band has since broken up and their website is no longer available.

"Ain't Too Proud To Beg" - Temptations
Album: Vol 1. - Best Of Temptations-60's (Motown)
Website:
www.thetemptations.com

Scene: The song that was playing on TV at the opening of the episode. Heard later when the gang is dancing around in the kitchen making breakfast.

 This song can be found on various Temptations and Motown compilations.

"Absence Of An Angel" - Pancho's Lament
Album: Leaving Town Alive
Website:
www.panchoslament.com

Scene: Jen and Henry are on the docks.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#313 #323 
 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.


"Promise Me This" - Pancho's Lament
Album: Pancho's Lament
Website:
www.panchoslament.com

Scene: Heard in background as Jack is explaining to Jen and Grams that he has to return home.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#313 #323 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#323
 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.

"Both Sides Now" - Joni Mitchell
Album: Both Sides Now (Reprise)
Website:
www.repriserec.com/jonimitchell

Scene: Prominently heard at the end of the episode during the montage of scenes especially when Pacey stares at Joey while she is sleeping.

 This song is a remake of an earlier recording by Joni herself.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Seasons Of Us" by Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: Goodnight, Goodnight
Website:
www.marybethmusic.com
#313 "Northern Lights"
Episode #48/128   Original Air Date: 01/26/2000
Episode #13 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Dawson flounders for direction after dropping his film class. Pacey takes the stage in a school play for which Andie suddenly has to take over as the teacher-director falls ill.



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.
 
"Affirmation" - Savage Garden
Album: Affirmation (Sony)
Website:
www.savagegarden.com

Scene: Heard during the first 4 scenes of the episode after the opening credits.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#101 #108 #316 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Sucking On A Plum" by The Rosenbergs
Album: Mission: You
Website:
www.therosenbergsband.com

"No Regrets" - Sue Medley
Album: N/A
Website:
www.suemedley.com

Scene: AJ and Joey are walking along the beach.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#303 #304 #317 #409 

 This song is not available on any of Sue's recordings. It was recorded specially for Dawson's Creek.

"Get On The Bus" - Pancho's Lament
Album: Leaving Town Alive
Website:
www.panchoslament.com

Scene: Song that was playing during the first couple of minutes of the party scene.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#312 #323 
 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.


"Even Now" - Trina Hamlin
Album: Living Room
Website:
www.trinahamlin.com

Scene: Joey and Pacey at the party discussing Joey's date when Pacey spots AJ walking in the door.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#214 #315 #318 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#318

 CD also available at her official site.

"What Can Never Be" - Sinead Lohan
Album: No Mermaid (Interscope)
Website:
www.sineadlohan.com

Scene: Song begins as Jen and Henry kissed. Joey arrives home from her date with AJ and finds Dawson awaiting her. Moments later they are gazing at the northern lights in the sky.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#510 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Calm" by Jill Cohn
Website:
www.jillcohn.com
#314 "The Valentine's Day Massacre"
Episode #49/128   Original Air Date: 02/02/2000
Episode #14 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Henry corrals Jen into a Valentine's date. Jack's ex-girlfriend visists Capeside as she is invited by Andie to join the gang at a wild party.



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.
 
"Passion" - Patria
Album: My Rules (Black Market Records)
Website:
www.2cpatria.com

Scene: Playing in the background as Pacey is talking to Doug at the police car.

 Patria's album is only available in Canada.

"Real World" - Universal Honey
Album: Universal Honey (41 Records)
Website:
www.universalhoney.com

Scene: Andie, Jack, and Kate are in the car on their way to the party when Kate tells that her ex-boyfriend broke up with her because he was gay.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#506 #604 #614 #615 


"Charming The Gods" - Bryan Kelley
Album: Charming The Gods (Groovehouse Records)
Website:
www.bryankelley.com

Scene: Henry is picking up Jen for their date.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#312 

"Bad Girl" - DJ Rap
Album: Learning Curve (Columbia)
Website:
www.dj-rap.com

Scene: The gang is arriving at the party in the golf carts followed by the jello shots.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Breathe (Dex Dubious Remix)" by Clare Quilty
Album: Face The Strange
Website:
www.clarequilty.com

"Taste Test" - Beanbag
Album: Free Signal
Website:
www.beanbagonline.com

Scene: Kate is pouring a beer when Dawson asks her to take a walk with him.

 Beanbag is from Australia.

"What Can I Say" - Julie Plug
Album: Starmaker (Classified Records)
Website:
www.julieplug.com

Scene: Kate and Dawson are taking a walk and Dawson gives Kate a kiss.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#312 #315 #322 #404 #511 

 Julie Plug is a band that doesn't even have a band member named Julie. Official site currently unavailabe.

"Point #1" - Chevelle
Album: Point #1
Website:
www.chevelleinc.com

Scene: Doug spots Pacey hanging upside down from the tree.


"The Way Things Used To Be" - Debra Davis
Album: Angels In The Attic (Farron Music)
Website:
www.debradavis.com

Scene: Jack and Kate are in the room talking about the past.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#217 #311 

"Never Be The Same" - Susan Aglukark
Album: Unsung Heroes (EMI Music Canada)
Website:
www.susanaglukark.com

Scene: Heard as Pacey is walking up to Joey's house, then when Pacey almost tells Joey how he feels.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#315 

 Album can be purchased through many Canadian internet music retailers such as HMV.com.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Come Inside" by Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: Goodnight, Goodnight
Website:
www.marybethmusic.com
#315 "Crime And Punishment"
Episode #50/128   Original Air Date: 02/09/2000
Episode #15 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Joey is crushed when her school mural is defaced. Pacey hunts down the perpetrator. Andie feels troubled when Principal Green tells her that her PSAT scores could qualify her for a scholarship.


This is the 50th episode !!!


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.
 
"Believe Again" - Susan Aglukark
Album: Unsung Heroes (EMI Music Canada)
Website:
www.susanaglukark.com

Scene: Beginning of episode where Joey is finishing up her mural as Pacey watches.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#314 

 This album is only available in Canada and can be ordered through many Canadian internet music retailers such as HMV.com.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Something I Can't Be" by Kirsten Proffit
Website:
www.kirstenproffit.com

"Devoted" - Julie Plug
Album: Starmaker (Classified Records)
Website:
www.julieplug.com

Scene: Dawson wants to the see the mural but Joey won't let him.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#312 #314 #322 #404 #511 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#511

 Julie Plug is a band that doesn't even have a band member named Julie. Official site currently unavailabe.


"Flower Days" - Trina Hamlin
Album: Alone
Website:
www.trinahamlin.com

Scene: Andie is cleaning out here locker... then Pacey comes out of the hearing room to meet Dawson in the hallway.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#214 #313 #318 

 You can order Alone and Trina's latest CD "Living Room" which contained two songs previously heard on DC at her official site.

"One Turn Deserves Another" - Susan Aglukark
Album: Unsung Heroes (EMI Music Canada)
Website:
www.susanaglukark.com

Scene: At end of episode when Joey and Pacey are painting of over Joey's vandalized mural.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#314 

 CD only available in Canada and can be ordered through many Canadian internet music retailers like
HMV (can be shipped to USA).

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"One Last Time" by Lauren Hart
#316 "To Green, With Love"
Episode #51/128   Original Air Date: 02/16/2000
Episode #16 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Principal Green is forced to resign in an unwilling situation, while Joey leads others in helping him.



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.
 

"Better Off" - Pete Stewart
Album: Pete Stewart (Forefront Records)
Website:
www.petestewart.com

Scene: Joey is speaking with the newswoman regarding her protest.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#311 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#311

"Two Beds And A Coffee Machine" - Savage Garden
Album: Affirmation (Sony)
Website:
www.savagegarden.com

Scene: Mr. Green walks into Joey's rally for him and speaks to the students.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#101 #108 #313 

 Go to the official site to hear a clip of this song.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Same" by Schiavo
Website:
www.schiavomusic.com

 
"Tracks Of My Tears" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: A More Perfect World
Website:
www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: The rally is ending when Joey and Pacey are talking and when Bessie appears.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#301 #308 #319 #401 #409 #413 #420 #423 #501 #515 #610 

 This classic was recorded specially for DC and is now available on this special CD from Mary Beth. It's only available at her official site.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Remember" by Katie Reider
Album: I Am Ready
Website:
www.katiereider.com

"That Lonesome Road" - James Taylor
Album: Dad Loves His Work
Website:
www.sonymusic.com/artists/JamesTaylor

Scene: Mr. Green is leaving CHS as students line down the school hallway. Also heard for a couple of moments at the end of the episode when Joey is staring at the wall.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#504 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"In The Garden" by Terry Kelly
Album: Power Of The Dream
Website:
www.terry-kelly.com
#317 "Cinderella Story"
Episode #52/128   Original Air Date: 03/01/2000
Episode #17 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Joey goes to A.J.'s appearance at a literary event and meets his oldest and dearest friend Morgan, who happens to be a girl. Their relationship reminds her of her and Dawson's. Pacey mentors a 9 year-old kid, played by Jonathan Lipnicki.



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.
 
"Gone" - Sue Medley
Album: Velvet Morning (Egg Records)
Website:
www.suemedley.com

Scene: Joey arrives at train station.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#303 #304 #313 #409 
 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.

"I Can't Try Hard Enough" - Dag Juhlin
Album: House Music
Website:
www.theslugs.com

Scene: Joey rollerblades into the cafe to meet A.J.

 Dag is the lead singer/guitarist from the The Slugs, a band who had 3 songs heard on DC in season 1 with an encore song in season 2.


"The Answer" - Brooke Ramel
Album: Tulips Bleed
Website:
www.brookeramel.com

Scene: A.J. and Joey are kissing when walks in.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#318 

 CD is available for ordering through Brooke. Check out her official site for more info and clips from her CD.

"Dry Land" - Tara McLean
Album: Passenger (Capitol)
Website:
www.taramaclean.com

Scene: Joey is alone at train station soon after dumping A.J.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Something You Can't See" by Vaughan Penn
Website:
www.vaughanpenn.com

"I Know" - Kind Of Blue
Album: Sketches Of The Soul


Scene: Heard in three continous scenes. First when Jen and Dawson are at the docks... Pacey meets Joey at the train station... and ending when Dawson is talking to Gail in the restaraunt.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#312 #322 

 The band has since broken up and their website is no longer available.

"Settling" - Tara McLean
Album: Passenger (Capitol)
Website:
www.taramaclean.com

Scene: Heard for brief moments first when Pacey is driving Joey home and moments later when Pacey kisses Joey.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Comfort" by Deb Talan
Website:
www.debtalan.com
#318 "Neverland"
Episode #53/128   Original Air Date: 04/05/2000
Episode #18 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Pacey is crushed when Joey freaks out over their kiss. Pacey takes refuge in a guys-only camping trip with Dawson. Joey opts for a girls sleepover as he sorts her emotions.



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.
 

"In My Life" - Trina Hamlin
Album: Living Room
Website:
www.trinahamlin.com

Scene: Joey is telling Bessie about the kiss, while Pacey lets brother Doug know about the kiss between himself and Joey.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#214 #313 #315 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#214

 CD is also available at her official site.

"Give Me A Reason" - Mission Delores
Album: So This Is Life
Website:
www.missiondelores.com

Scene: Jen and Henry are in the school hallway talking about Henry's upcoming birthday.

 This band is now known as "Glitch". Go to www.glitchmusic.com for more info.


"Anything" - Brooke Ramel
Album: Tulips Bleed
Website:
www.brookeramel.com

Scene: Joey, Jen, and Andie are hanging out painting their toe nails.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#317 

 You can order Brooke's CD from her official site and also listen to other clips from the album.


"Even Now" - Trina Hamlin
Album: Living Room
Website:
www.trinahamlin.com

Scene: Joey, Jen, and Andie are all holding hands while rollerskating.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#214 #313 #315 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#313

 You can also order this CD from her official site.

"If You Leave" - Last December
Album: N/A
Website:
www.lastdecember.com

Scene: Music played at the rink while Jen and Henry were rollerskating.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#310 

 Song was recorded specially for Dawson's Creek. Visit their website for info on obtaining the song. Tune is a cover of the 80's hit by Orchestral Maneuvers In The Dark.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Without You" by The Whereabouts
Album: Pop Filter
Website:
www.thewhereabouts.com


"I'll Stay Right Here (Moments)" - Eli
Album: Second Hand Clothing (ForeFront Records)
Website:
www.elinews.com

Scene: Dawson and Pacey are lying in their sleeping bags by the campfire.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#603 

"Chosen Family" - Leona Naess
Album: Comatised (MCA/Universal)
Website:
www.leonanaess.com

Scene: Joey is telling Jen about the kiss between her and Pacey.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Too Much For Me" by Clare Burson
Website:
www.clareburson.com

"Go Be Young" - Edwin McCain
Album: Messenger (Atlantic)
Website:
www.edwin.com

Scene: Plays out the end of the episode when Pacey meets Joey in the market.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#112 #421 #623 
#319 "Stolen Kisses"
Episode #54/128   Original Air Date: 04/26/2000
Episode #19 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Simmering feelings boil over for Pacey and Joey when they are forced to share a bed during a crowded spring-break weekend at Dawson's Aunt Gwen's house.



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.
 

"Walking In My Sleep" - Better Days
Album: Someday You'll Grow Up
Website:
www.better-days.net

Scene: Henry and Jen are in the resteraunt when the waitress expresses her interest in Henry to Jen. Song continues to the scene where the gang is the diner.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#321 #323 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#323

"Wild Thing" - X
Album: Beyond And Back (Elektra)
Website:
www.elektra.com/retro/x/index.html

Scene: Dawson and the gang arrive at his aunt's house. The aunt is playing this song on the stereo and turns down the volume when she enters.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Bad Times" by Hissy Fit
Website:
www.hissyfit.ca


"One And Only" - Better Days
Album: Someday You'll Grow Up
Website:
www.better-days.net

Scene: Andie, Pacey, and Will are in the pool hall.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#321 #323 

"Goodnight Moon" - Shivaree
Album: I Oughtta Give You A Shot In The Head.... (Capitol)
Website:
www.hollywoodandvine.com/shivaree/

Scene: Henry is telling Jen that the waitress wants to have sex with him.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#505 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#505

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"All That I Want" by The Weepies

"Louie, Louie" - Karaoke Gang
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: All the gang (sans Dawson) sing this during the karaoke scene.

 Though the song has been covered by a few bands, the version most widely known is from The Kingsmen.

"Ooh, Child" - Meredith Monroe
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Andie sings a bit of this during the karaoke scene.

 Song most notably performed by The Five Stairsteps.

"Wild Thing" - Joshua Jackson
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Pacey sings a bit of this during the karaoke scene.

 Original song performed by The Troggs.

"Daydream Believer" - Katie Holmes / James Van Der Beek
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Joey and Dawson sing this during the karaoke session at Dawson's aunt's house.

 Song made most famous by The Monkees.

"Idiot Waltz" - Shivaree
Album: I Oughtta Give You A Shot In The Head.... (Capitol)
Website:
www.hollywoodandvine.com/shivaree/

Scene: Jen is crying in the backroom of the resteraunt when Henry comes in.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#505 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Medicine" by Brenda Weiler
Website:
www.brendaweiler.com

"Daydream Believer" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website:
www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: Heard in two scenes...Mitch and Gail are dancing after watching a video of their wedding... Later when Joey kisses Pacey.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#301 #308 #316 #401 #409 #413 #420 #423 #501 #515 #610 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#423

 This song was specially recorded for Dawson's Creek and is also available on Mary Beth's A More Perfect World cd.
#320 "The Longest Day"
Episode #55/128   Original Air Date: 05/03/2000
Episode #20 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Dawson finds out the truth in Pacey and Joey's recent romance. The flashbacks tell the story from the perspectives of each Jen, Joey, Dawson and Pacey in this special episode.



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.
 
"Matter Of Time" - Jennifer Parsignault
Album: Oh, My
Website:
www.greene-house.com

Scene: Heard during the 3 times when Mitch and Dawson are seen arriving for the christening of Pacey's boat.

 Visit Jennifer's official site for song clips and additional info.

"Thank You" - Dido
Album: No Angel (Arista)
Website:
www.aristarec.com/aristaweb/Dido

Scene: First heard in the scene with Jen and Grams at the car. Later on when Joey is leaving a message on Pacey's answering machine.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#420 

 This song is also extensively sampled in Eminem's "Stan".

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"In Between" by Molly Bancroft
Album: Get Closer
Website:
www.mollybancroft.com

"Miss Fortune" - Eagle-Eye Cherry
Album: Living In The Present Future (Diesel Music)
Website:
www.eagleeyecherry.com

Scene: Heard in the two scenes when Pacey and Andie bump into each other at the library.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#202 

 The version of this song used on the show is from an earlier demo and is slightly different than the version found on this import only release.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Intoxicating" by David Crowder Band

  "Mend" - Jann Arden
Album: Blood Red Cherry
Website:
www.jannarden.com

Scene: #1 Joey is telling Jen about Pacey. #2 Joey stops Pacey at Dawson's door (the second time). #3 Dawson is seen leaving Jen's right after finding out about J & P. #4 Joey leaves Dawson's room.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#100 #101 #110 #323 #422 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Too Much For Me" by Clare Burson
Website:
www.clareburson.com

  "In Your Keeping" - Jann Arden
Album: Blood Red Cherry (Universal)
Website:
www.jannarden.com

Scene: Played right after Joey and Pacey break up.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#100 #101 #110 #323 #422 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Buttons" by Annie Palmer
Website:
www.davidbean.net/annie/
#321 "Show Me Love"
Episode #56/128   Original Air Date: 05/10/2000
Episode #21 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Pacey and Dawson's competition during the annual regatta hides an underlying battle for Joey's affections.



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.
 
"Fiction" - Nik Kershaw
Album: 15 Minutes
Website:
www.nikkershaw.net

Scene: Played for over a minute during the very opening of the episode.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Landmine" by The Whereabouts
Website:
www.thewhereabouts.com


"Sunday Morning" - Better Days
Album: Someday You'll Grow Up
Website:
www.better-days.net

Scene: Dawson is asking Jack if he could borrow his father's boat for the Regatta.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#319 #323 


"Somewhere In New Mexico" - Jill Sobule
Album: Pink Pearl (Beyond)
Website:
www.jillsobule.com

Scene: Heard in two scenes. Henry and Jen are on the rooftop. Later towards the end of the episode when Gail prepares a special candlelight dinner for her and Mitch at the resteraunt.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#423 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Somebody Loved" by The Weepies

"Crush'em" - Megadeth
Album: Risk (Capitol)
Website:
www.hollywoodandvine.com/megadeth

Scene: Heard during the Regatta race scenes.

 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Surrounded" by Dark Room


"Let That Be Enough" - Switchfoot
Album: New Way To Be Human (Sparrow)
Website:
www.switchfoot.com

Scene: Dawson catches up with Joey after she told him and Pacey that she hated them both.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#207 #209 #411 

  "Hazel" - Troy Young Campbell
Album: Man Vs Beast
Website:
www.troycampbell.com

Scene: Pacey bids farewell to Will at the train station.


"Music To My Ears" - Jenny Bruce
Album: Jenny Bruce
Website:
www.goodgirl.com

Scene: At the end of episode when Joey and Dawson are in Dawson's room.

 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.

 Visit Jenny's official site for more clips from her self-titled album.
#322 "The Anti-Prom"
Episode #57/128   Original Air Date: 05/17/2000
Episode #22 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Everyone agonizes over the junior prom, especially Joey who attends with Dawson, and Andie who doesn't have a date, and Jack who wants to go with Ethan. Dawson organizes an anti-prom so everyone can be themselves.



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.
 
"In Every Corner" - Julie Plug
Album: Starmaker
Website:
www.julieplug.com

Scene: Andie and Jack in the cafeteria discussing the prom.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#312 #314 #315 #404 #511 

 Julie Plug is a band that doesn't even have a band member named Julie. Official site currently unavailabe.

"This Misery" - Wild Colonials
Album: Reel Life Vol. 1
Website:
www.wildcolonials.com

Scene: Jack and Andie are selling tickets to the alternative prom. Grams helps fit Henry in the jacket.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#404 #613 

 This song can also be found on their 1996 release "This Can't Be Life".

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Maximum Speed" by Astaire
Album: Don't Whisper Lies
Website:
www.astairemusic.com

"London Rain" - Heather Nova
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek
Website:
www.heather-nova.com

Scene: Dawson picks up Joey for the prom.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#201 #209 #221 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#201  #221

 This is the same song that played in the season 2 premiere when Dawson picked up Joey for their first date.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Blue Sky Propeller" by Julie Plug
Album: Whatever You Wonder
Website:
www.julieplug.com

"It's Not Unusual" - Wild Colonials
Album: Reel Life Vol. 1
Website:
www.wildcolonials.com

Scene: All are at the table when Pacey and Andie show up. Dawson immediately asks Joey to dance with her.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#404 #613 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Some New Paradise" by Molly Bancroft
Album: Get Closer
Website:
www.mollybancroft.com

"Foresight" - Granian
Album: Without Change
Website:
www.granian.com

Scene: Jen and Henry are dancing, discussing "sex". Right after, Jack gets mad at Ethan.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#406 
 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.

"I Believe" - Kind Of Blue
Album: Sketches Of The Soul


Scene: Starts with Henry telling Jen he'll be in football camp all summer. Joey leaves Dawson stranded on the dance floor.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#312 #317 

 The band has since broken up and their website is no longer available.


"Once In A Life" - Twila Paris
Album: True North (Sparrow)
Website:
www.twilaparis.com

Scene: Heard while Gail and Mitch are dancing.


"My Invitation" - Sarah Slean
Album: Blue Parade
Website:
www.sarahslean.com

Scene: Heard while Joey and Pacey are dancing together.

 This album is available in Canada and through Sarah's official site for the US folks.

  "Little Things" - Chantal Kreviazuk
Album: Colour, Moving And Still (Sony Canada)
Website:
www.chantalkreviazuk.com

Scene: Heard at the end of episode when Dawson tells Joey he'll wait for her and when Gail and Mitch decide to get remarried.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#107 #111 #218 #305 #306 #624 

 Cover art is from US release. Canadian release differs.

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Matter Of Faith" by Mary Beth Maziarz
Website:
www.marybethmusic.com
#323 "True Love"
Episode #58/128   Original Air Date: 05/24/2000
Episode #23 on the Season 3 DVD set
Score Music By: Mark Mothersbaugh 

Dawson prepares for Mitch and Gale's second marriage. Joey makes her choice between Dawson and Pacey.



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.
 
"Jealous" - Sinead O'Connor
Album: Faith And Courage (Atlantic)


Scene: Heard during the opening video review. Later when Joey and Dawson were dancing at the wedding.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#615 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Solitude" by Jenifer Aubry
Album: Bubble
Website:
www.jeniferaubry.com

  "Sleepless" - Jann Arden
Album: Blood Red Cherry (Universal)
Website:
www.jannarden.com

Scene: Heard when Doug and Pacey were at the docks as Pacey is preparing his boat for his trip.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#100 #101 #110 #320 #422 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Say Goodbye" by Rose Ranger
Website:
www.roseranger.com

"The Riverside" - Jessica Andrews
Album: Heart Shaped World (Dreamworks Nashville)
Website:
www.jessicaandrews.com

Scene: Grams, Jen, Pacey, Andie, and Jack are down by the docks.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#421 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"Do Or Die" by Jill Cohn
Website:
www.jillcohn.com


"Promise Me This" - Pancho's Lament
Album: Pancho's Lament
Website:
www.panchoslament.com

Scene: Joey is walking and comes upon Pacey writing on her "wall".

 Artist also heard in episode:
#312 #313 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#312
 CD available for purchase at
CDBaby.com.

  "Days Like These" - Janis Ian
Album: God And The FBI (Windham Hill)
Website:
www.janisian.com

Scene: First heard when Mitch and Gail were exchanging their wedding vows. At the episode's end when Joey leaves with Pacey on the boat.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#308 


"Walking In My Sleep" - Better Days
Album: Someday You'll Grow Up
Website:
www.better-days.net

Scene: Jen tracks down the bus Henry is on which is headed towards football camp.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#319 #321 
 This song was also heard in episode:  
#319

"I Will Be There For You" - Jessica Andrews
Album: Heart Shaped World (Dreamworks Nashville)
Website:
www.jessicaandrews.com

Scene: Begins when Jack's father consoles him and when Dawson arrives home to find Andie, Jack and Jen in his room to help console him. Ends as Joey is seen running towards Pacey in the boat.

 Artist also heard in episode:
#421 

 
 Season 3 DVD replacement song:
"In Between" by Quincy
Album: Also Known As Mary
Website:
www.quincysongs.com

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