Music (Season Twelve)

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12.01 Keep Calm and Carry On

April Wine - Bad Boys

plays over "The Road So Far" recap of events'

Tom Powder - Diesel Smoke, Dangerous Curves

playing in a truck as Castiel comes crashing through a billboard

Black Sabbath - Solitude

plays over the closing montage

12.02 Mamma Mia

Heart - Lost Angel

plays over the montage of Sam, Dean and Mary in the Bunker

12.03 The Foundry

Steppenwolf - Born to Be Wild

playing on the radio in the Impala when Sam, Dean and Mary hit the road; also played in 7.23 Survival of the Fittest

12.04 American Nightmare

The Budos Band - Golden Dunes

playing on iPod as Ricky Copeland is killed

Paloma Kwiatkowski - Down in My Heart

sung by Magda Peterson as Sam and Dean leave the Peterson home

Paloma Kwiatkowski - Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho

sung by Magda Peterson as Sam comes to

12.05 The One You've Been Waiting For

X-Ray Dog - Electric Mistress

playing from German nightclub as Sam and Dean speak with Aaron over the phone

Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra & Hartmut Haenchen - Symphony No. 7 in E Major, WAB 107: IV. Finale: Bewegt, doch nicht schnell

playing as Commandant Nauhaus tells Hitler there is another way in 1945

John Moran - Thousand Watt Work-Out (KPM)

playing in the diner when Christoph makes a deal with Sam and Dean

Stuttgart State Opera Orchestra - Das Rheingold: Prelude

playing as the Thule prepare to transfer Hitler's soul

12.06 Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox

Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Roll on Down the Highway

plays over the montage of Asa Fox becoming a hunter

Alice in Chains - Man in the Box

plays from Asa Fox's family home during his wake

James Carter - One Way Street (De Wolfe Music)

playing as Bucky is telling a story about a ghoul hunt with Asa

12.07 Rock Never Dies

The Rob Donnelly Band - Bad Dog Blues (Cavendish Music Library)

playing in the bar Crowley and Cas are calling Sam and Dean from

Ladyheart - Bloody Messiah

playing on Sam's cell phone as they are driving to LA and later at Club Meteor; song co-written by Jay Gruska and Robert Berens

Keith Papworth - Black Velvet (De Wolfe Music)

playing the hotel lobby as Sam and Dean wait for Cas and Crowley

James Norman - No Quarters (APM Music / Quantum Tracks)

playing in Club Meteor as the concert is being set up

Dick Walter - Glamorous World (A) (KPM)

playing in the hotel lobby as Castiel gets Tommy's text

Chapel of Rock - Next

playing in Club Meteor as the crowd is let in

12.08 LOTUS

The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five

playing from Mr. Ketch's car as he blows up the Secret Service SUV

12.09 First Blood

AC/DC - If You Want Blood (You've Got It)

plays during "The Road So Far" recap of events

The Specials - Ghost Town

playing on the radio as Mick Davies types his report to the Men of Letters

Flaco Jimenez - En el Cielo No Hay Cerveza

playing in the bar as Cas is speaking with Crowley

Blues Saraceno - Still Smokin' (Extreme Music)

playing in the bar where Mary meets with Castiel

12.10 Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets


12.11 Regarding Dean

Frank JR Zaruba - Like It's Going Out of Style (De Wolfe Music)

playing as Sam and Dean enter the bar to retrace Dean's steps

Sleestak - It's All Good Lovin' to Me (Black Toast Music)

playing in the bar as Sam and Dean review surveillance footage

Tirra Dent - Raggedy Ann

sung by Catriona as she is torturing Rowena

Bobby Goldsboro - Broomstick Cowboy

plays over the ending montage

12.12 Stuck in the Middle (With You)

Toodlum Barker & Emil Lomax - Lover Boy (Instrumental) (Extreme Music)

playing in the diner as the group formulates a plan

Gene McDaniels - Walk with a Winner

playing while the Winchesters kill the demon

Giuseppe Verdi - La donna è mobile

whistled by Ramiel as he enters his house and later the barn

Bobby Darin - Not for Me

playing as Mary and Wally stake out Ramiel

Robin Loxley & Jay Hawke - Crop Won't Ever Come (Extreme Music)

playing as Crowley meets with Ramiel six years ago

Mark Pellegrino - Colt .45 Opening Theme

sung by Lucifer in Crowley's prison cell

12.13 Family Feud

The Rolling Stones - Play with Fire

playing over the closing montage; also played in 6.22 The Man Who Knew Too Much

12.14 The Raid


12.15 Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

Lorene Mercer - Ballad of a Truck Driver's Wife

playing in the diner Castiel goes to investigate the angel death

12.16 Ladies Drink Free

Elijah Honey - I'd Be Lost (If It Wasn't for You) (Black Toast Music)

playing from the Lucky Badger bar as Hayden is leaving

William Risby - Dance for Lovers (Sonic Ozault)

playing in the hotel lobby as Sam, Dean and Mick talk with Claire

Sonny Ellis - Save Me Tonight (Black Toast Music)

playing in the bar as Dean and Mick interview Conner

The Pretty Reckless - Make Me Wanna Die

playing as Claire is walking through the park and is attacked by the werewolf

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - Real Wild Child

playing as Claire drives away

12.17 The British Invasion


12.18 The Memory Remains

Bongzilla - "Prohibition (4th Amendment)"

playing at the party in the woods during the teaser

Tony Hatch - Music to Watch Girls By

playing in the diner as Sam is telling Dean about Black Bill

Country Gentlemen - Ninety Nine (Fundamental Music)

playing in the diner as Sam and Dean talk about satyrs

Charley Pride - Burgers and Fries

playing in the diner as Dean is eating his burger

12.19 The Future


12.20 Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes

Raphael Lake, Aaron Levy and Dumi Maraire - A Real One (Instrumental)

playing in Tasha's hotel room as drinks are being poured

Seasick Steve - In Peaceful Dreams

playing as Max creates the new "Alicia"

12.21 There's Something About Mary


12.22 Who We Are


12.23 All Along the Watchtower