Podcast Episode
Season
Seven
number
335
Type
Roundtable
Post Date
6/13/2017

TV Soundtracks of the 90s

TV soundtracks that surpassed the show and the one’s that were HUGE at the time but maybe haven’t aged all that well.

Previously we chatted about movie soundtracks of the 1990s, so this week we’re switching to the small screen and hosting a roundtable discussion on television soundtracks of the 90s. The best and memorable, the one’s that surpassed the show and stand on their own, and the one’s that were HUGE at the time but maybe haven’t aged all that well. We talk about them all (or all that we can squeeze into an hour). To help us do so, we’re joined by two veterans of our program, Eric Grubbs and Joe Royland, to talk My So-Called Life, Friends, Melrose Place and much more. Yes, even Cop Rock.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - I’ll Be There For You by The Rembrandts (from Friends)
  • 9:53 - Teenage FBI by Guided By Voices (from Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • 25:36 - Good Intentions by Toad the Wet Sprocket (from Friends)
  • 51:22 - Down in the Park by Foo Fighters (from The X-Files)
  • Outro - Here and Now by Letters to Cleo (from Melrose Place)

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