True Blood Season 3 Music: Episode 2 “Beautifully Broken”

July 21, 2010 by  

True Blood‘s second episode of the season went a little classical to go along with the formality of King Russell, et al. And the title song, “Beautifully Broken,” backed up a significant number of plot revelations for this season. Here is the complete list of songs used in Episode 2, “Beautifully Broken,” including the artist, song title, and plot point when each song was played.

(Songs marked with a [*] are available for purchase at HBO.com)

Collide – Slither Thing*
Sookie and Eric discuss Nazi Werewolves at Fangtasia. Jessica asks Pam for advice.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Courtesy of Extreme) – Rondeau From Abdelzer
Bill meets Talbot at the Edington Mansion.

Jonathan Clark – Ride My Train
Sookie and Terry discuss secrecy. Terry gives her a gun.

Steve McComb – Walk First*
Jason and Andy have a heart to heart. Jason calls Andy his best friend.

The Hampton (Rock) String Quartet – Evil Ways
Russell dines with Bill at the Edington Mansion

Gov’t Mule – Beautifully Broken*
Terry tries to explain to Arlene why she should trust him with her kids. Franklin Mott meets Tara at the bar. Jessica discovers the missing body.

Derrick Procell – Dixie Rocks
Andy offers to take Jason to a meth lab bust.

Sean Patrick McGraw – Anyone But You*
A fight breaks out outside of Merlotte’s.

Eduardo Ponsdomenech – Classically Inclined
Background music at Edgington Mansion.

Shelby Lynne – I’m Alive*
End credits.

More episode song lists to come. Stay tuned!

Source:  HBO.com

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)

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