The Carrie Diaries Soundtrack (Season 2)
Songs from The Carrie Diaries:
Episode 13 – “Run to You” s02e13
The Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades – Timbuk 3
Carrie, Mouse, Walt, and Mouse in their robes exit the high school after their graduation.
Alive and Kicking – Simple Minds
Carrie asks Samantha to be her roommate; Carrie serves her friends drinks at a restaurant.
Siesta Serenade (1985) – Ib Glindemann
Harlen tells Tom that Carrie is a great kid; while Tom & Carrie dance, she tells informs him that she’s no longer going to Malibu.

Episode 12 – “This Is the Time” s02e12
Gotta Good Feeling – Focus Music
Dorrit & Scott spike the punch; Carrie, Walt, Bennet, Mouse, & Maggie gather around as the prom Queen & King announcement starts.
Pretty In Pink – The Psychedelic Furs
Carrie and Tom shop for prom dresses.
Legs – ZZ Top
Flashback of Donna raising money for the prom committee by washing cars.
This Is The Time – Correatown
Walt’s father gives him his Dartmouth ring; Sebastian agrees to moving back to California; Carrie tells Sebastian that she doesn’t know what she’d do without him.
Rock Me Amadeus – Falco
Carrie, Walt, Mouse & Maggie arrive at the prom; montage of the couples dancing.
Time After Time – Cyndi Lauper
Dorrit and Scott dance, they make more “traditional” prom plans; Carrie and Walk chat only to end up fighting.
Chopin: Etude In a Flat Major, Op.25, No.1 – Alla Nikitskaya
Walt watches a newly marriage couple in reverie; Carrie finds Walt, they talk his previous dreams and make up.

Episode 11 – “Hungry Like the Wolf” s02e11
Word Up! – Cameo
Carrie and Sebastian in the park; Carrie explains what she saw in the park to Tom and Dorrit.
Concerto For 2 Violins In D Minor – Johann Sebastian Bach
Carrie and Samantha talk at the Gala.
Hungry Like the Wolf – Duran Duran
Samantha finds Gabriel; Sebastian dad promises to pay him back; Samantha returns Gabriel to his own; Larissa gives Carrie Bennet’s old desk; Carrie makes her first call as a Interview employee.

Episode 10 – “Date Expectations” s02e10
Mad About You – Belinda Carlisle
Carrie walks to streets of New York on her away to Sebastian’s new apartment; Carrie’s opening monologue.
Relax – Frankie Goes to Hollywood
As Walt and Carrie enter the club, chatting about their guys, they meet up with Larissa and Bennet; Walt complains to Bennet.
Oh L’Amour – Erasure
Walt admits he’s having fun to Bennett and Carrie; Bennett talks to ex’s friend and gets unpleasant news.
The Killing Moon – Greg Laswell
Walt breaks up with Bennet; Carrie shows her support to Sebastian; Mouse shows her support of Maggie and her new relationship; Dorrit heads out with Scott; Bennet drinks alone; Walt calls his mom.
City Girls – The Programaddicts
Carrie gets ready for her night out and overhears Sebastian on the phone telling Tony Hawk his plans to consider relocating to Laguna.
Get Up! Give Up! Move On! – The Divys
Larissa continues to complains to Carrie about ‘Lady Godiva’/Samantha then tries to convince Samantha to share the horse, leading to Larissa being thrown out of the club.

Episode 09 – “Under Pressure” s02e09
Don’t Get Me Wrong – Pretenders
Carrie frantically tries to contact Sebastian and she does she can’t find the phone change to stay in contact.
We’re Not Gonna Take It – Twisted Sister
Carries confront Dorrit about the party, they argue; the “rager” takes off and Carrie can’t stop it.
No Fun – The Outlets
Scott introduces himself to Dorrit, they chat; Nick arrives with a plate of pot brownies.
King of Rock – Run DMC
Carrie and Dorrit try to explain the party to Ms. Meade; Mouse wins a beer pong, then chats with Donna.
I’m a Mess – The Outlets
Sebastian argues with his mother, Carrie overhears from behind.
Rebel Yell – Billy Idol
Carrie, Dorrit, Sebastian, and Mouse frantically try to clean to house before Tom gets home; Donna bells out on them.
Hold Me Now – Thompson Twins
Larissa gives up her place, Sebastian gets a new home; Carrie and Larissa chat on their way to work.
Nuclear Boy – Pete Berwick
Ms. Meade tries to call Tom about the party; Scott intercedes Ms. Meade and explains to her about the party; Scott and Dorrit laugh over Ms. Meade consuming a pot brownie; Donna and Dorrit chat.

Episode 08 – “The Second Time Around” s02e08
Lay Your Hands On Me – Thompson Twins
Carrie and Sebastian rekindle their love, they make out in her bed.
Christmas Wrapping – The Waitresses
Carrie and Sebastian at the Christmas party, he prepares her to meet his father; Carrie introduces herself to Sebastian’s dad.
Christmas Is That Time of Year – Andrew Kingslow & Sara Dowling
Sebastian convinces Carrie to try and make another attempt at getting an interview with Carter.
Jingle Bells – Jimmy Dean
Walt helps the Bradshaws decorate their Christmas tree and thanks them for being so welcoming; Tom suggests Walt make a run into the city for cheesecake.
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Charles William
Carrie write in her diary; Mouse receives a call; Maggie & her dad get a Xmas tree; Larissa, Samantha, Walt & Bennet make a toast; Sebastian & his dad hang; Larissa phones Carrie.

Episode 07 – “I Heard a Rumor” s02e07
Would I Lie to You? – Eurythmics
Carries discovers that Weaver is writing a play about her; Bennett reads the article about Weaver as Carrie rants.
Just Cant Get Enough – Nouvelle Vague
Samantha sets up Carrie, Walt & Bennett as waiters at an event with Tristan Cassidy.
A Signal To The Heart – 1933
Carrie awkwardly tries to explain to Weaver why she’s carrying a tray of champagne; Samantha introduces everyone to Tristan Cassidy.
Voices Carry – ‘Til Tuesday
Walt mom comments on the gaucheness of the Paris trip prize; Maggie’s father warns Sebastian to stay away from her; Carrie tells Sebastian she loves him.

Episode 06 – “The Safety Dance” s02e06
The Safety Dance – Men Without Hats
Carrie switches her closet from her summer to fall wardrobe; Tom and Carrie talk.
Whip It – Devo
Maggie shows up at Sebastian’s house; Samantha joins Larissa in preparation for a menage a trois; Walt cautiously makes his way to Bennett’s apartment.
Careless Whisper – George Michael
Larissa informs Samantha that Harlan is stuck in traffic and they decide to go ahead without him.
The Safety Dance – Ryan O’Neal
Carrie finds out she got a B+ on her paper, then throws out her birth control pills.

Episode 05 – “Too Close for Comfort” s02e05
Things Can Only Get Better – Howard Jones
At Weaver’s party/apartment.
Rocky Mountain High – John Denver
Tom and Miller bond together through music.
Bright Lights – The Outlets
Miller throws a party at the Bradshaws.
The Whole of the Moon – Mike Scott And The Waterboys
Carrie at Weaver’s apartment; Sam at the studio; The girl meet for brunch.

Episode 04 – “Borderline” s02e04
Road to Nowhere – Talking Heads
End of the episode.
If You Love Somebody Set Them Free – Sting
Should I Stay Or Should I Go – The Clash
King Of The Wild Feather – The Kats

Episode 03 – “Strings Attached” s02e03
Only You – Yaz
Opening song
Slave to Love – Bryan Ferry
Ending song

Episode 02 – “Express Yourself” s02e02
In A Big Country – Big Country
The American Authors perform on stage.
Some Like It Hot – The Power Station
Beginning of the episode: Carrie is talking about Teen Wolf & movie critics.
Oh Yeah – Yello
Carrie is at her interview.
Suddenly – Billy Ocean
Strickly Biz – Da Diggler & Labrinth
Crazy No More – The Romeos

Episode 01 – “Win Some, Lose Some” s02e01
You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) – Dead or Alive
Carrie has a dream about playing chess with Sebastian
Working for the Weekend – Loverboy
Maggie waits for Donna at the country club / Sebastian tells Maggie they shouldn’t be seen together
Can’t Stop The World – The Go-Go’s
Carrie asks Walt how things are going with Bennett/Sebastian and Donna arrives
The Key – Brian Page
Mouse & West go to the country club
Lovin’ Every Minute of It – Loverboy
Walt, Donna & Sebastian at a rocker bar.
Bombs Away – Loosely Tight
Carrie talks to Samantha why she needs to get in the bar.
Bright Lights – The Outlets
Carrie tries to get help from the police / Samantha gives Carrie a tea.
In Between Days – The Cure

About: It’s the summer of 1985, and, for the first time, 17-year-old Carrie Bradshaw (AnnaSophia Robb) can call Manhattan home. After her boyfriend Sebastian (Austin Butler) and best friend Maggie (Katie Findlay) betrayed her, Carrie is happy to accept the offer to spend the summer living in the downtown loft apartment of her Interview magazine boss Larissa (Freema Agyeman). But as summer turns to fall and Carrie heads into her senior year, she and her friends and family discover that letting go of old loves and embracing new dreams comes with some tough new realities but also incredible new opportunities. Based on the novels “The Carrie Diaries” and “Summer and the City” by Candace Bushnell, THE CARRIE DIARIES is from Fake Empire in association with Warner Bros. Television, with executive producers Amy B. Harris (“Sex and the City,” “Gossip Girl”), Josh Schwartz (“Hart of Dixie,” “Gossip Girl”), Stephanie Savage (“Hart of Dixie,” “Gossip Girl”), Len Goldstein (“Hart of Dixie”) and Candace Bushnell. (CWTV)
AnnaSophia Robb as Carrie Bradshaw, Austin Butler as Sebastian Kydd, Ellen Wong as Jill “Mouse” Chen, Katie Findlay as Maggie Landers, Stefania Owen as Dorrit Bradshaw, Brendan Dooling as Walt Reynolds, Chloe Bridges as Donna LaDonna, Freema Agyeman as Larissa Loughlin

The Carrie Diaries Songs, by episode


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