True Blood Season 5 Soundtrack List (2012)

True Blood Season 5 Soundtrack List (2012) – tracklist for every season ordered by episodes, as the music appears in the show, including all songs. True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 1 “Turn! Turn! Turn!” s05e01
Original air date: June 10 2012 Silly Love Songs by Wings & Paul McCartney
– scene when Eric, Hayes, Nora and Bill are in the trunk
You’re So Mean by Biff Scarborough
– song played when Andy and Talks are judging Clements
The Soul Train’s A Comin’ by Eblueshighway
– the conversation between Jason and Hoyt
MDV-Serenade by Blee
– music played while Jason enters the house and finds Jessica and the Frat kids partying
Devil In Me by Ken Will Morton & the Wholly Ghosts
– song heard at the place of Merlotte
Cherry Bomb (Guitar Hero Version) by The Runaways
– music played while Jason and Cammy are debating about going to thir home or going out
Feels Like the First Time by Foreigner
– scene where Jason, Jessica, Cammy and Zander are playing Guitar Hero
Turn Turn Turn by My Morning Jacket
– song played in the credits True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 2 “Authority Always Wins” s05e02
Original air date: June 17 2012 Short Cut Down a Long Road by Big Band Johns
– discussion between Jason and Andy in the squad car
Coming for You by Grant Langston
– when Terry starts a grease fire in the kitchen
Hang It Up by The Ting Tings
– when the party of Jessica is crashed by Rev Newlin
The Authority Song by Bosco Del Ray
– song played in the credits True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 3 “Whatever I Am, You Made Me” s05e03
Original air date: June 24 2012 Blood for Poppies by Garbage
– music heard while Sookie is visiting Pam
Run Like Hell by Cydney Robinson
– song played when Sam and Sookie have a conversation
Piece of Heaven by Susie Boehm
– music playing while Jessica and Jason talk their relationship
Mopus Dopus by Chili Karonkas & The Infidels
– when Andy is qustioning Sookie
I’m With You by We Are Leo
– when Jessica is talking about Jason with the sales-person
Transistor Mon by Mark Slade
– scene when Hoyt reaches the Fangtasia
Get Lucky by Troubadour Kings
– song played at the place of Merlotte in the kitchen
Lonely by Shaela Miller Threesome
– music heard while Lafayette is spelling the car of Sookie
Whatever I Am, You Made Me by Koko Taylor
– song played in the credits True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 4 “We’ll Meet Again” s05e04
Original air date: July 1 2012 Let’s Make Santa Claus Happy Tonight by DidiPop
Rescue by Echo & The Bunnymen
Undertow by Warpaint
Boot & Rally by Iggy Pop with Bethany Cosentino
– song played in the credits
Escape (The Pina Colada Song) by Rupert Holmes
– music played while Sookie is having a drink while she sits on her couch
Whine, Whine, Whine by Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps
– when Alcide arrives at the Merlotte’s
Pocket Change by Alabama Shakes
– scene where Sam is visited by Emory and Suzanne
Lines On the Road by Kristin Diable
– song played at the radio station in the car of Sookie
Move On Down the Road by Sugaray
– song played in the truck of Hoyt
Bring It On by Slur-P
– scene where Terry remembers a moment from the war
Sleep Isabella by Abney Park
– music playing in the Faerie Club
The Bar I Call Home by Big Bad Johns
– song played when Sookie and Alcide get drunk together
We’ll Meet Again by Los Lobos
– music playing in the end credits True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 5 “Let’s Boot and Rally” s05e05
Original air date: July 8 2012 Let’s Make Santa Claus Happy Tonight by DidiPop
– when Jason remembers a moment spent with his family on Christmas
Rescue by Echo & The Bunnymen
– Tara is visited by Jessica at Fagtasia
Undertow by Warpaint
– when Tara is smoking outside the bar and sees Hoyt when he wants to walk into the club
Let’s Boot and Rally (with Bethany Cosentino) by Iggy Pop
– song from the end credits True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 6 “Hopeless” s05e06
Original air date: July 15 2012 Broken Bodies by Acumen Nation
– song played when the girls have a fight at Fangtasia
Partners in Crime by Doozy
– music playing when Terry panics out in the truck and Patrick is following him
Say Goodnight by Five Z
– scene where Arlene, Sookie and Holly have a conversation about men
Slow Movin’ Man by The Chillun
– Spookie finds out that the parents of Jason were murdered by vampires
Gaz hilarant by The Brian Jonestown Massacre
– JD is confronted by Alcide at the Wolves
Reaching for Salvation by Sugaray
– when Arlene finds out that Terry was cursed
Aberdeen by Orb Mellon
– song played when Terry tells Arlene he must leave or the children will be in danger
I Got It (What U Need) by Galactic
– Sookie is brought by Jason to Hot Wings
Atom Smashing by Acurack
Atom Smashing by Acucrack
– when Hoyt is feeding near Fangtasia and the vampire hunters appear
Hopeless by Percy Mayfield
– song played in the final scene
Bitch by Plastiscines
– the fight between Jessica and Tara at Fangtasia. True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 7 “In The Beginning” s05e07
Original air date: July 22 2012 I Can’t Help Falling In Love by Willie Aron and Joey Peters
– scene where Arlene is looking at the wedding video
Nobody Nowhere by The Jezabels
– when the mother of Tara enters Fangtasia
In the Beginning by K’naan
– song from the credits
You Light Up My Life by Williw Aron and Joey Peters
– song played by the bride and when Russell Edgington shows up True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 8 “Somebody That I Used to Know” s05e08
Original air date: July 29 2012 Beneath Contempt by Flesh Field
– when Jessica gets a proposal at Fangtasia
Smokestack Lightnin’ by Howlin’ Wolf
– when Alcide and Rikki share a private moment
Die Slow by HEALTH
– scene where Tara and an enemy of hers from the high school have a confrontation at Fangtasia
Electronica Black by Danny McCarthy
– conversation between Pam and Tara about the attitude of Tara
Somebody That I Used to Know by Elliott Smith
– song from the credits True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 9 “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” s05e09
Original air date: August 5 2012 Aint life hell by Willie Nelson
– scene where Bud is questioned by Sookie
Fake Blood by Pezzner
– when Tara meets a friend from her past at Fangtasia
First One in the Car by The Wallflowers
– when Alcide remembers a conversation he had with someone about a pack
Miss McCloud’s Reel by APM Music Library
– scene from the square dance when Sweetie  rememebers an event
Square Dance by APM Music Library
– song played while the Sheriff and the other members of the team are looking for Bud
Acrobatica by Losers
– Pam and the new sheriff of the Area 5 have a verbal confrontation
Walk to Georgia by Grant Langston
– song heard in the truck of Alcide
Everybody Wants to Rule the World by Care Bears On Fire
– scene where Eric is being arrested True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 10 “Gone, Gone, Gone” s05e10
Original air date: August 12 2012 Teenage Dream by Katy Perry
– song played at the frat when Russel and Newlin are dancing
Bread and Water by Caroline Horn
– when Hoyt and his mom have a conversation about the role in the house that he will have
Gone, Gone, Gone by Carl Perkins
– song played when Jessica, Jason and Hoyt have a rendezvous at Merlotte’s
Supertripper (Original Mix) by Circuit Freq
– conversation between Tara and Pam talk about turning more vampires
Growing Up Too Slow by The Quick Hellos
– when Sam makes preparation to hunt Newlin and Emma
Need a Little Help by Cree Rider
– scene where Andy and Holly have dinner at Merlotte’s
Heavens to Murgatroid by Acumen Nation
– song played while there is an ambush in the back room of Fangtasia
You Know, I Know by John Lee Hooker
– credits song True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 11 “Sunset” s05e11
Original air date: August 19 2012 Introitus Requiem by Crucial Music Corporation
– song played while Eric and Nora  are taking off
Cars, Bars and Guitars by The Go-Getters
– music heard while Andy enters Merlotte’s
Little Girl Wandered Off by Derrick Stout
– song played in the truck of Alcide
Rodeo Queen by Gayle Lynn and the Hired Hands
– love talk between Andy, Terry and Arlene at Merlotte’s
Not Another Song About California by Grant Langston
– when Andy and Morella have a private discussion at Merlotte’s
Like Lava by Eros & Evans
– song played later at Fangtasia
What Makes A Good Man? (Original Version) by The Heavy
– when Pam is being arrested for crime by the authority
Sunset by Stevie Wonder
– credits song
Speak In Silence by Hannah Cartwright & Ross Tones
– the conversation of Pam and Jessica at Fangtasia True Blood (Season 5) – Episode 12 “Save Yourself” s05e12
Original air date: August 26 2012 Save Yourself by Stabbing Westward
– credits song
Dazz by Brick
– music playing when Lafayette is mixing some cocktails


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