True Blood Season 3 Music: Episode 4 “9 Crimes”

July 22, 2010 by  

“9 Crimes,” the fourth episode of True Blood‘s third season brought a lot of action to our dear characters. Starting with the surprise twist fantasy between Eric and Sookie and ending with blood oozing out of King Russell‘s limo, everybody seemed to be doing something new, different, or out-of-character, keeping us on our toes. And they backed it all up with great music. Here’s the complete list of songs used in Episode 4, “9 Crimes,” including artist, song title, and plot point when each song was played.

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Eric fantasizes about Sookie.

Daddy P, Spiket & Da Diggler – Mamasita
Lafayete makes a phone call from his car.

The Mears Brothers – Blame It On the Fact That I’m a Man
Jason gets pretty fired up.

(Courtesy of Bosshouse Music) – Walk That Midnight Walk
Background music at Merlotte’s

Kevin Fisher – Ten Year High School Reunion
Sam trains Jessica to be hostess at Merlotte’s.

Bettie Wilson – I’ll Cry a River for You
Hoyt sees Jessica outside of Merlotte’s with another guy.

Deanna Johnston – Train Wreck
Jason asks Andy to make him a cop.

(Courtesy of Selectracks) – Mozart Concerto for Piano & Orchestra No. 19
Background music at Edington Mansion.

Sennen – S.O.S.
Sookie’s adventures at Lou Pine’s.

Massive Attack – Paradise Cirus*
Bill walks into the strip club to “procure” something for Russell and Lorena.

The Upsidedown – Wolf Blood Honey*
All hell is breaking loose at Lou Pine’s. Russell speaks from the stage.

(Courtesy of Extreme Music) – Do Not Conceal Thy Radiant Eyes
Werewolves listen to Russell speak at Lou Pine’s, then drink his blood in ritualistic fashion.

Damien Rice – 9 Crimes (Demo)*
Russell, Bill, and Lorena feed on Anne in the limousine. End Credits.

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