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Vampire Diaries Music – Episode 9 – History Repeating

Keep in mind, once the show finishes airing on the West Coast Chris Mollere always posts the list on Twitter. You can follow him here.  Of course we will always provide the list here on the blog, but just wanted to let you guys know. And here it is!

The Vampire Diaries – Episode 9 – History Repeating – Songs In Order Of Appearance

Echo & The Bunnymen – “Think I Need It Too” – Echo & The Bunnymen - Think I Need It Too - Think I Need It Too

Pablo Sebastian – “Lies” – (Unavailable for Download)

Idlewild – “Post Electric” – (Unavailable for Download)

The Bravery – “The Spectator” – Available for Download on their site HERE.

Great Northern – “Houses” – Great Northern - Houses - Single - Houses

Barcelona – “Come Back When You Can” – Barcelona - Absolutes - Come Back When You Can

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10 Comments

  1. I LOVE THIS SHOW, I hope it never ends!!! I PWR every episode and cannot wait to buy DVD collection… Big Hello from Toronto, Canada and keep up great work!!!

  2. I like the show and love the music. It is just so annoying and such a scam that they deliberately pick a lot of music that is just about to be released or that you can’t legally download in the United States.

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  4. The last song which is acoustic is:

    Amen Omen – Ben Harper.

    Hope this helps someone, Was hard to listen to the lyrics to find it. ^^

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