Music (Season Eleven)

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11.01 Out of the Darkness, Into the Fire

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Run Through the Jungle

plays over "The Road So Far" recap of events; also played in 3.04 Sin City

Tom Jones - It's Not Unusual

plays during the orgy/massacre aftermath

11.02 Form and Void

Lisa Berry - O Death

sung by the reaper Billie

Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs - Sugar Shack

playing in the hospital as Sam lures the rabids to the chapel

11.03 The Bad Seed

Hillary Thaddeus - Cute and Hefty

playing in Café Elta while Rowena is recruiting for the Mega Coven

Louden Swain - Big One (Instrumental)

playing in the bar where the angel and demon have a drink together

11.04 Baby

Bread - The Guitar Man

playing in the Bunker motor pool while Dean and Sam wash the Impala

Big Jack Johnson & the Oilers - I Wanna Know

playing from the Roadhouse as Sam and Dean pull up

Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band - Night Moves

the cassette Dean plays the morning after their night out, and as Sam and Dean ride off at the end

Judy Collins - Someday Soon

playing in the Impala during Sam's vision with "John"

M.I.A. - Bad Girls

playing during the valet Jessie's joy ride with her friend

11.05 Thin Lizzie

Harry Dacre & Mark Gasbarro - Daisy Bell (Vocal Version)

plays on the phonograph during the teaser

Stephen Tharp - Trois Preludes et Fugues, Op. 109: No. 2 in G Major

playing at the Lizzie Borden B&B while Sam and Dean question Mason

Andy Gabbard - Fluff

playing from inside Molly's Hatchet Room when Sydney meets Amara in the parking lot

11.06 Our Little World

Urge Overkill - Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon

plays over the closing montage

11.07 Plush

Five Finger Death Punch - Hell to Pay

playing on Brock Buckner's iPod

Peter Fenn - In House (De Wolfe Music Library)

playing in the elevator with Sam and the clown

11.08 Just My Imagination

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11.09 O Brother Where Art Thou?

David Kelly - Memorial (De Wolfe Music Library)

playing in the church before Amara speaks with the priest

11.10 The Devil in the Details

Wishbone Ash - Changing Tracks

plays during "The Road So Far" recap of events

Hal David & John Cacavas - Has Anybody Seen Kris Kringle

playing during Rowena's Christmas nightmare

Gwine to Run All Night, or De Camptown Races

the password Dean has to sing to meet with the reaper Billie

Tavares - Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel

playing during Lucifer's fight with Dean and Castiel, for "ambiance"

11.11 Into the Mystic

The Shirelles - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

playing on the record player as Padraic and Maura dance

Johnny Mathis - Wonderful! Wonderful!

playing as Dean and Sam pull in at the Oak Park retirement home

Warren Zevon - Prison Grove

plays over the closing montage

11.12 Don't You Forget About Me

Leon Bridges - Shine

plays over the teens making out

11.13 Love Hurts

The James Hunter Six - Heartbreak

playing as Melissa and Dan get ready for their date

11.14 The Vessel

Edith Piaf - Non, je ne regrette rien

playing while Delphine kills Befehlsleiter Gumprecht in Nazi Occupied France, and when Dean is sitting alone on the dock

11.15 Beyond the Mat

Edmundo Ros - Brazil

playing in Crowley's Lair as Lucifer is directing the demons

Tesla - Modern Day Cowboy

playing during Gunner Lawless' entrance and match

11.16 Safe House

Willie Nelson - Nite Life

playing over the montage of Sam, Dean, Bobby and Rufus researching

The Allman Brothers Band - Midnight Rider

playing as Bobby is driving away and as Sam and Dean drive away

11.17 Red Meat

Humble Pie - A. (I'm A) Road Runner B. Road Runner's 'G' Jam

playing in the bar as Sam and Dean question Rose about the missing hikers

11.18 Hell's Angel

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11.19 The Chitters

Anson Funderburgh & the Rockets Featuring Sam Myers - Things Have Changed

playing in the bar where Sam and Dean meet with Cesar and Jesse

11.20 Don't Call Me Shurley

Brian Wilson - Good Vibrations

playing in God's construct of a bar when Metatron is transported there

Tallin Festival Chamber Orchestra - Messiah, HWV 56, Part II: Chorus "Hallelujah!"

plays when God shows his true visage to Metatron

B.B. King - Don't Answer the Door

playing in God's construct of a bar as Chuck and Metatron talk

The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter

playing as God and Metatron rewrite his autobiography

Rob Benedict - Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)

sung by Chuck over the closing montage