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* Davy's attempt to get a final revenge on Skinner in "Kitten" gets some effectively off-kilter scoring from John Cale's "Fear Is a Man's Best Friend".


* As divisive as the episode was, most people agree the usage of Tom Waits' "Misery's the River of the World" during the dark turn in Mulder's MushroomSamba was very effective.

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* As divisive as the episode was, most people agree the usage of Tom Waits' "Misery's "Misery is the River of the World" during the dark turn in Mulder's MushroomSamba was very effective.


* Not actually <i>in</i>the first movie, but the use of "Walking After You" by the Foo Fighters in the ending credits was brilliant.

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* Not actually <i>in</i>the ''in'' the first movie, but the use of "Walking After You" by the Foo Fighters in the ending credits was brilliant.

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* Not actually <i>in</i>the first movie, but the use of "Walking After You" by the Foo Fighters in the ending credits was brilliant.

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* "Downtown" by Petula Clark is used in "Home Again" as the Band-Aid Nose Man stalks one of his victims through her house to much the same effect.
* As divisive as the episode was, most people agree the usage of Tom Waits' "Misery's the River of the World" during the dark turn in Mulder's MushroomSamba was very effective.

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* "Wonderful! Wonderful!" by Johnny Mathis really ramps up the creepiness of "Home," though on its own it's an upbeat love song. (It was actually sung in the episode by Kenny James, as Mathis felt the episode was too graphic.)

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* Erik Satie's "Gymnopédie No.1" plays over the opening funeral scene in "Irresistible".


* There were two excellent [=CDs=], ''Songs in the Key of X'' and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack has one song actually heard in the movie itself and two that were only played over the end credits[[/note], both albums mainly feature exclusive songs that were specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.

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* There were two excellent [=CDs=], ''Songs in the Key of X'' and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack has one song actually heard in the movie itself and two that were only played over the end credits[[/note], credits[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive songs that were specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.


* Soul Coughing's "Unmarked Helicopters", which shows up in "Max".

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* Soul Coughing's "Unmarked Helicopters", which shows up in "Max". It's Main/SourceMusic emanating from the title character's stereo as Mulder searches his empty trailer: Aside from being a cool-sounding song, it suits Max's jittery, ProperlyParanoid state of mind before his disappearance.



* There were two excellent [=CDs=], ''Songs in the Key of X'' and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[Music/TheDoors "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive songs that were specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.

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* There were two excellent [=CDs=], ''Songs in the Key of X'' and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[Music/TheDoors "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], movie itself and two that were only played over the end credits[[/note], both albums mainly feature exclusive songs that were specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.


* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[{{Music/TheDoors}} "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive songs that were specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.

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* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs ''Songs in the Key of X" X'' and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[{{Music/TheDoors}} [[Music/TheDoors "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive songs that were specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.


* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[{{Music/TheDoors "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive songs that were specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.

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* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[{{Music/TheDoors [[{{Music/TheDoors}} "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive songs that were specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.


* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[{{Music/TheDoors "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive material that was specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.

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* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[{{Music/TheDoors "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive material songs that was were specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.


* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. Neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[{{Music/TheDoors "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive material that was specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.

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* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. Neither While neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie, being a cover of [[{{Music/TheDoors "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive material that was specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.


* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. Both don't feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive material that was specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.

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* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. Both don't Neither feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie[[/note]], movie, being a cover of [[{{Music/TheDoors "Crystal Ship"]] performed by {{Music/X}}[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive material that was specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.


* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film.

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* There were two excellent [=CDs=], "Songs in the Key of X" and the soundtrack of the film. Both don't feature much music that was actually heard in the source material [[note]]''Songs In The Key Of X'' has five songs that were heard in series, including the full version of Mark Snow's title theme, while the film soundtrack only has one song actually heard in the movie[[/note]], both albums mainly feature exclusive material that was specifically produced to fit the overall feel of the show.

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