SONGS – AMERICAN HORROR STORY (Season 2)

SONGS – AMERICAN HORROR STORY (Season 2)

Episode 13 “Madness Ends” s02e13

I Feel the Earth Move – Carole King
Played when Lana visits Kit and asks about Betty Drake
Dominique – Soeur Marie
Played at the very end of the episode

Episode 12 “Continuum” s02e12

Let’s Live for Today – The Grass Roots
When Alma is in the kitchen and Grace is drawing. The kids are playing with toilet paper.
All Along the Watchtower – The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Asylum kitchen scene. Pepper jams to it.
Takedown -Blue Stahli
Modern-day Bloodyface (Dylan McDermott) smoking crack in his car before he goes into the bookstore at the end.
Eve of Destruction – Barry McGuire

Episode 11 “Spilt Milk” s02e11

Love Potion No. 9 – The Searchers
When Jude is dancing in front of the jukebox
Helen’s Theme – Michael Riesman & Western Wind
Lana escapes from Briaircliff with the help of Mother Superior Claudia.
No More Sunshine – Lee Silver Productions
Our Day Will Come – Ruby & The Romantics

Episode 10 “The Name Game” s02e10

I Put A Spell On You – Screamin’ Jaw Hawkins I Put A Spell On You - 100 Doo Wop Classics
Name Game – Shirley Ellis Name Game - Classic Doo Wop Girl Groups
Song that Sister Jude sing with Lana Banana, Kit Walker and the others Briarcliff inmates dance along
Voices of Light: V. Pater Noster – Anonymous 4, Netherlands Radio Choir, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic & Steven Mercurio Voices of Light: V. Pater Noster - Einhorn: Voices of Light
Song that is played when Monsignor Howard talks to Sister Jude about Mary Eunice
Deep In Love – Jack’s Four Deep In Love - Cult Hits of the 1960's, Vol. 1
Judy hits the rockola before singing ”The name game’

Episode 9 “The Coat Hanger” s02e09

Dominique – Soeur Marie

Episode 8 “Unholy Night” s02e08

Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree - 20th Century Masters - The Christmas Collection: The Best of Brenda Lee
Sister Mary Eunice gets a present from Dr. Arden
Here Comes Santa Claus – Gene Autry Here Comes Santa Claus - The Very Best Christmas Selection - 50 All Time Seasonal Favorites
sister Mary Eunice enjoys music track while sitting in a chair
Carol of the Bells (Ukrainian Folk Song)- Piano Solo – Michael Silverman Carol of the Bells (Ukrainian Folk Song)- Piano Solo - 10 Ways of Canon In D By Johann Pachelbel
When Frank prays for Grace’s recovery after the opening credits.
Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – Darlene Love Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector
Scene with Kit and Alma

Episode 7 “Dark Cousin” s02e07

Dominique – Soeur Marie Dominique - Reader's Digest Music: Blowin' In the Wind - Folk & Pop of the '60s & '70s
Help Pick Up the Pieces – Lee Silver Productions Help Pick Up the Pieces - The Songs of Buddy Stuart
On the car radio when Lana gets a ride from a man who ends up shooting himself

Episode 6 “The Origins of Monstrosity” s02e06

Dominique – Soeur Marie Dominique - Reader's Digest Music: Blowin' In the Wind - Folk & Pop of the '60s & '70s
You Don’t Own Me (Single) – Lesley Gore You Don't Own Me (Single) - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Lesley Gore
Sister Mary Eunice dancing in Sister Jude’s room.
Magnificat In D Major – Johann Sebastian Bach
Dr. Arden is listening to this in his office just before the Monsignor enters

Episode 5 “I Am Anne Frank (2)” s02e05

Dominique – Soeur Marie Dominique - Reader's Digest Music: Blowin' In the Wind - Folk & Pop of the '60s & '70s
It Could Be a Wonderful World – Leon Bibb, Ronnie Gilbert & Robert De Cormier It Could Be a Wonderful World - It Could Be a Wonderful World (Little Songs On Big Subjects)

Episode 4 “I Am Anne Frank (1)” s02e04

Dominique – Soeur Marie Dominique - Reader's Digest Music: Blowin' In the Wind - Folk & Pop of the '60s & '70s

Episode 3 “Nor’easter” s02e03

Dominique – Soeur Marie Dominique - Reader's Digest Music: Blowin' In the Wind - Folk & Pop of the '60s & '70s
The song always heard in the dayroom that Sister Eunice turns off.
Requiem (1893 Version): VI. Libera Me (Fauré) – Chamber Philharmonic of Bohemia, Pueri Gaudentes, Douglas Bostock Requiem (1893 Version): VI. Libera Me (Fauré) - Gabriel Fauré: Requiem - Pelleas Et Melisande - 3 Songs - Pavane
Heard during the Arden/Shelly scene at the end.

Episode 2 “Tricks And Treats” s02e02

Dominique – Soeur Marie Dominique - Reader's Digest Music: Blowin' In the Wind - Folk & Pop of the '60s & '70s
Dayroom record player
Wishin’ and Hopin’ – Dusty Springfield Wishin' and Hopin' - Ultimate Collection: Dusty Springfield
Opening scene after the trick or treaters leave
Buttons and Bows – Doris Day & Her Happy Valley Boys Buttons and Bows - Big Hits & Highlights of 1948, Vol. 5
Heard on Jude’s car radio before the accident.
Buttons and Bows – Dinah Shore Buttons and Bows - 16 Most Requested Songs: Dinah Shore
Heard on Jude’s car radio before the accident.
Waltz No. 10 In B Minor, Op. 69/2 – Frederic Chopin
plays at Dr Arden’s
A Little Bit Later On – Cast (originally by Ella Fitzgerald)
Flashback of Sister Jude performing at a club
Waltz In c Sharp Minor Opus 64 No. 2 – Rigutto Bruno Waltz In c Sharp Minor Opus 64 No. 2 - World Famous Series: Chopin Waltzes

Episode 1 “Welcome To Briarcliff” s02e01

Dominique – Soeur Marie
In the common room.
There Goes My Baby (Re-Recorded) – The Drifters
Kit sings along as he’s closing up.
There Goes My Baby – The Drifters
Bucket of Blood (Carrie) – Pino Donaggio
Lana Winters arrives at the asylum
Voices of Light: V. Pater Noster – Anonymous 4, Netherlands Radio Choir, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic & Steven Mercurio
Sister Jude dinning with Monsignor Timothy Howard (the piece is 9 min long. The excerpt featured in the scene is around min 5:50
Moon in My Mind – Frankie Rose
Leo and Teresa enter the abandoned asylum.
Softly Baby – Red Garland
Lana and Wendy talk and then kiss.
Lovemaker, Lovebreaker -Frank Fafara
Kit and his wife lay in bed after having sex.
Voices of Light: VIII. Sacrament – Anonymous 4, Netherlands Radio Choir, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic & Steven Mercurio
Sister Jude cooking for monsignor and preparing herself for the meal.
For the Last Time We’ll Pay (Carrie) – Pino Donaggio
Lana and Sister Mary Eunice in the asylum.

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