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"Supernatural" is known for it's use of classic rock, mullet rock, pretty much any rock, and the fans love it. But which 10 musical moments are the best? Here are my 10 favorite uses of music in season 1.
I should point out that these aren't necessarily my favorite songs of the season, though I do like most of them. These are the 10 best, coolest, funniest, most moving uses of music from the first season. For example, I actually really don't like AC/DC. At all. Just can't stand them. But I can appreciate how appropriate much of their music is to the show. I've tried to find YouTube clips with the actual part from the episode, but they weren't all available, so I'll embed a video with all the music from season 1 and tell you the time of the one in question. All right, enough blather. On with the list!
Honorable mention: Song: "Carry On Wayward Son"
It's an honorable mention because it's not in the episode per se, but it's a "Supernatural" staple, so it's got to be here somewhere! Note that in season 1, this was the song for the recap in the second-to-last episode, not the season finale. Also note that the title of the song doesn't have a "my" in there. The lyric does, but the title doesn't! Fun fact.
10. Song: "All Right Now"
It got a little formulaic to have a song playing at the episode as the boys drove away, but I didn't mind this one so much. (Song starts at 3:50)
9. Song: "Some Kind of Monster"
Episode: "Phantom Traveler"
Dean hums Metallica to calm himself down. Of course he does.
8. Song: "Back In Black"
It's been used a few times on the show, but it's absolutely perfect for the Impala.
7. Song: "Fire of Unknown Origin"
Artist: Blue Oyster Cult
Episode: "Hell House"
I just love it when Dean sings in the car because when you spend that much time in a vehicle, you're going to be singing at least 75% of the time, so it's pretty adorable when we get to see it.
6. Song: "Hey Man, Nice Shot"
It's not the normal music for the show, but I like this song, and I really liked how they used it in this episode. Very appropriate.
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