Breaking Bad Commercial Spots:

Pink, “Trouble”

Episode 1: Pilot

1. Stonewall Jackson, “Come on Home and Have Your Next Affair With Me”

2. Carolina Slim, “Dirty South Hustla”

3. Rodrigo y Gabriela, “Tamacun”

4. The In-Crowd, “Mango Walk”

5. Working for a Nuclear Free City, “Dead Fingers”

6. SDK (feat. Tori Papa), “A Gosar”

7. Pudge, “Get Low”

8. Molotov, “Apocalypsh*t”

9. Mick Harvey, “Out of Time Man”

Episode 2: Cat’s in the Bag…

1. Clyde McPhatter, “You’re Movin’ Me”

2. Trump, “Keep Ballin’”

3. Ticklah, “Nine Years”

4. Glen Phillips, “The Hole”

Episode 3: …And the Bag’s in the River

Sasha Dobson, “Without You”

Episode 4: Cancer Man

1. Black Feather, “Etienne de Silhouette”

2. The Pack, “Fly”

3. Say Anything, “Baby Girl, I’m A Blur”

4. Franz Joseph Haydn, “String Quartet in D Major, Op. 64, No. 5, ‘The Lark’”

5. Darondo, “Didn’t I”

Episode 5: Gray Matter

1. Bronx River Parkway, “Deixa Pra La”

2. Bronx River Parkway, “Mas y Mas”

3. Fujiya & Miyagi, “Uh”

4. Koop, “Koop Island Blues (feat. Ane Brun)”

Episode 6: Crazy Handful of Nothin’

1. Paul Rothman, “Scoobidoo Love”

2. That Click Gang, “Good Times”

3. Max One, “Te Rompo”

4. Bernie Leadon, “Suntan Lotion”

5. Jonaty Garcia “Los Pistoleros”

6. The Silver Seas “Catch Yer Own Train”

Episode 7: A No Rough Stuff Type Deal

1. Hurricane Chris, “The Hand Clap”

2. 10,000 Maniacs, “Candy Everybody Wants”

3. The Motels, “Suddenly Last Summer”

4. Bettine Clemen, “Double Concerto in D minor, Largo Flute”

5. Keziah Jones, “Beautiful Emile”

6. Gnarls Barkley, “Who’s Gonna Save My Soul”


Episode 1: Seven Thirty-Seven

1. J.J. Cale, “Any Way the Wind Blows”

2. Holy Fuck, “They’re Going to Take My Thumbs”

Episode 2: Grilled

The Walkmen, “Red Moon”

Episode 3: Bit by a Dead Bee

1. Bob James, “Feel Like Making Love” (made famous by Bad Company)

2. The Be Good Tanyas, “Waiting Around to Die”

Episode 4: Down

1. Benny Mardones, “Into the Night”

2. Spokesmen, “Let Your Love Flow”

3. Nancy Sinatra, “It’s Such a Pretty World Today”

Episode 5: Breakage

1. Johnny Ringo, “Hook ‘Em Horns”

2. Big Jack Johnson & The Oilers, “By Myself”

3. Alvin “Red” Tyler, “Peanut Vendor”

Episode 6: Peekaboo

John Coltrane, “By the Numbers”

Episode 7: Negro Y Azul

1. Los Cuates de Sinaloa, “Negro Y Azul: The Ballad of Heisenberg”

2. Federal Civil Defense Administration, “Duck and Cover”

3. Miguel Enriquez y Sus Torrenciales, “Nariz Inquieta”

Episode 8: Better Call Saul

1. F.Cavalos & Leo Rodriguez, “El Ruso”

2. Far East Movement, “Holla Hey”

3. APM Artist “Island Bounce”

4. Lions, “Thin Man Skank”

5. Pat Boone, “Oh Beautiful”

6. Non-Stop Music, “Star Spangled Banner”

7. Calexico, “Banderilla”

Episode 9: 4 Days Out

1. Blue Mink, “Good Morning Freedom”

2. The Black Seeds, “One by One”

Episode 10: Over

1. Wang Chung, “Dance Hall Days” (re-record)

2. The Marshall Tucker Band, “Heard It in a Love Song”

3. Robert Palmer, “Every Kinda People”

4. Yellow Man, “Zungguzungguguzungguzeng” (12〃Mix)

5. Chops “My Rims,”

6. TV On The Radio, “DMZ”

Episode 11: Mandala

1. The High Planes Drifters, “Electricity in my Bones”

2. The Platters, “Enchanted”

Episode 12: Phoenix

1. Susie Boehm, “Desperate Time, Desperate Measures”

2. The Outlaws, “Green Grass & High Tides”

Episode 13: ABQ

1. Steve Gorn, “Afterglow”

2. Chocolate Genius, “Life”


Episode 1: No Mas

Original Score by Dave Porter

Episode 2: Caballo Sin Nombre

1. America, “Horse With No Name”

2. Tight Phantomz, “Black Seas at the Crib”

3. Pat Boone, “Oh Beautiful

4. Ambros Seelos, “Morning Sun”

5. Timber Timbre, “Magic Arrow”

Episode 3: I.F.T.

1. The Amboy Dukes, “Loaded for Bear”

2. ZZ Top, “Tush”

Episode 4: Green Light

1. Pat Boone, “Battle Hymn of the Republic”

2. U.S. Marine Band, “America the Beautiful”

3. Buddy Stuart, “In The Valley of the Sun”

Episode 5: Mas

1. Luke Walker and DJ Loki, “Alpaca”

2. Teddy Bears, “Rocket Scientist”

3. APM BES, “Satin Lover A”

4.Pedro, “Timetakesthetimetimetakes”

Episode 6: Sunset

1. Buddy Stuart, “Sun Shine On Me”

2. Vince Guaraldi, “Ginza”

3. Los Zafiros, “He Venido”

Episode 7: One Minute

Bader Ali Khan, “Black Night”

Episode 8: I See You

1. Left Lane Cruiser, “Waynedale”

2. Prince Fatty, “Shimmy Shimmy Ya”

Episode 9: Kafkaesque

1. Chuy Flores, “Veneno”

2. Jimmy Dunn Band, “Bossa For Laura”

3. Howard Jones, “New Song”

4. Rod Taylor, “Mr. Money Man”

Episode 10: Fly

Cumbre Nortena, “Simplemente Amame”

Episode 11: Abiquiu

1. Son of Dave, “Shake A Bone”

2. The American Military Band, “America The Beautiful”

3. Grupo Fantasmo, “Sabado En El Parque”

4. Stan Getz, “Lee”

5. Zoraida Beato, “Tus Ojos”

Episode 12: Half Measures

1. The Association, “Windy”

2. Red Garland, “Softly Baby”

3. Primrose Music, “Waltz Trio Session”

Episode 13: Full Measure

1. Beastie Boys, “Shambala”

2. Quartetto Cetro, “Crapa Pelada”

3. 张帆, “Man Chang Fei”


Episode 1: Box Cutter

1. Skyler notices that Walt Jr. is awake and has music playing. She quickly moves Walt’s car from the driveway.

Song: Tee Double, “Bringing It Back”

2. Closing montage: Walt walks to his car, and the police work the crime scene at Gale Boetticher’s apartment.

Song: Alexander, “Truth”

Episode 2: Thirty-Eight Snub

1. Jesse tries out his brand new stereo system. Badger and Skinny Pete come over to check it out.

Song: D/R Period, “Money”

2. Jesse offers to “bump a few lines” with Badger and Skinny Pete. At first they refuse, 12 steps and all, but soon crumble to temptation.

Song: The Trak Kartel, “Up in the Club”

3. While Jesse is zoned out, Skinny Pete and Badger engage in a heated debate about zombie-themed video games.

Song: 2 Live Crew, “Hoochie Mama”

4. Jesse throws a big party, with free booze and drugs for all the local townies and tweakers.

Song: Public Enemy, “Unga Bunga Bunga”

5. Jesse leaves his house to go to work and cranks up the music to jolt the party back to life.

Song: Mash Out Posse (M.O.P.), “Raise Hell”

6. Badger arrives with pizzas while the party is still going strong. Andrea arrives to talk with Jesse.

Song: Dub-Boro, “I’m Down”

7. Jesse’s party has ended and folks are heading home, even Skinny Pete & Badger. Left alone, Jesse cranks up the music and crumbles into a heap next to the thumping speakers.

Song: Honey Claws, “Digital Animal”

Episode 3: Open House

1. Under the guise of a potential home buyer, Marie visits an open house and spins an elaborate tale to the real estate agent of her life as a divorced mother of son “Eli, a Gemini.”

Song: Dave’s True Story, “Spasm”

2. Montage: Jesse drives around a go-kart ring and then heads home to find the party has taken an ugly turn, but he finds a sort of peace in all the chaos.

Song: Fever Ray, “If I Had a Heart”

Episode 4: Bullet Points

1. Walter, Skyler and Walt Jr. visit the Schrader home for the first time since Hank’s release from the hospital.

Song: Melani L. Skybell, “Days Like This”

2. Hank shows Walt and Walt Jr. a tape of Gale Boetticher performing at a Thailand karaoke bar.

Song: “Major Tom” as performed by David Costabile (as Gale Boetticher)

3. While Jesse shaves a dude’s head, a worried Walt confronts him about clues being found at Gale Boetticher’s crime scene.

Song: EL-P, “Flyentology (Cassettes Won’t Listen Remix)”

4. Heading off to work, Jesse cranks up the stereo to get the party going again. He hands off cash to one chatterbox to go get pizza for everyone. This gets noticed.

Song: Crown City Rockers, “Break”

5. Jesse arrives home to find partiers mellow and wolfing down pizza. He heads upstairs to play video games, and finds his money is gone.

Song: Bassnectar, “The 808 Track”

Episode 5: Shotgun

1. Mike and Jesse drive around picking up payments. Jesse is bored out of his mind. Later, without Jesse’s help, Walt is working feverishly in the superlab.

Song: Ana Tijoux, “1977〃

2. After evading an attempted robbery, Jesse picks up Mike from the street corner, outside Garcia’s Café.

Song: Arturo Salas, “Corrido de Tiburcio Calderon”

Episode 6: Cornered

1. Mike and Jesse eat at a diner. Jesse is coming off the crystal, and Mike urges him to eat something. Music is playing in the diner.

Song: Conway Twitty, “I Can’t Believe She Gives it all to Me”

2. Walt Jr. pulls into the driveway with his brand new muscle car, music blaring.

Song: Tinie Tempah, “Till I’m Gone”

3. Back at the diner, Jesse and Mike are eating when Gus arrives.

Song: James Hand, “Here Lies A Good Old Boy”

Episode 7: Problem Dog

1. At the car wash, Walt and Skyler talk about returning Walt Jr.’s muscle car. Music plays from the car wash sound system.

Song: Pretty Poison, “Catch Me I’m Falling”

2. Instead of taking Walt Jr.s muscle car back to the dealership, Walt takes it on a joyride.

Song: Pretenders, “Boots of Chinese Plastic”

3. Marie visits Skyler, who is working the register at the car wash.

Song: The Fixx, “Saved By Zero”

Episode 8: Hermanos

1. In the hospital waiting room, Walt waits for the results of his latest PET/CT scan.

Song: W. A. Mozart, “Concerto in C For Flute & Harp, K-299 Andantino”

2. Skyler vacuum packs space bags with with Walt’s ill-begotten earnings and stores them under the house.

Song: Walter Wanderley, “Crickets Sing for Ana Maria (Os Grilos)”

3. Gus pays Tio a visit at the retirement home to discuss the events surrounding his partner’s death in Mexico several years earlier.

Song: Fritz’s Polka Band, “Grandparents Polka”

Episode 9: Bug

1. Hank enlists Walt’s help in keeping Gus and his business under surveillance.

Song: “Eye of the Tiger” performed by Dean Norris (as Hank Schrader)

2. Skyler rings up phony receipts for phantom customers as Ted walks in requesting to talk to her.

Song: Thomas Dolby, “Hyperactive!”

3. Gus prepares a stew for his dinner with Jesse.

Song: Nat Adderley, “Scrambled Eggs”

4. Gus makes Jesse a proposition over dinner.

Song: Patrick Prouty, “Remembering Section 403〃

Episode 10: Salud

1. Celebrating renewed ties, Don Eladio welcomes Gus, Jesse and Mike to his hacienda for a celebratory toast.

Song: Bang Data, “Bang Data”

2. Gus returns to the hacienda patio and looks on as Don Eladio takes a spill.

Song: Thee Oh Sees, “Tidal Wave”

Episode 11: Crawl Space

No music in this episode

Episode 12: End Times

1. Walt sits alone in his backyard spinning his revolver on the patio table. He contemplates his current predicament.

Song: Apollo Sunshine, “We Are Born When We Die”

2. Detective Gomez and a K-9 unit inspect Gus’ industrial laundry facility for evidence of drug-related activity.

Song: Pistolera, “Nuevos Ojos”

Episode 13: Face Off

1. Walt visits Tio at the retirement home and offers a proposition.

Song: Fritz Ritz and His Polka Band, “Here is Fritz’s Polka Band”

2. At the nursing home Tio makes a request to his nurse. Music plays from the nursing home speakers.

Song: APM Music Library, “Monaco”

3. Tio returns to his room at the nursing home. Music plays from the nursing home speakers.

Song: Crucial Music Library, “I Wonder”

4. Tyrus inspects the halls of the nursing home and makes sure the coast is clear. Music plays from the nursing home speakers.

Song: APM Music Library, “Dreams of You”

5. After receiving the “all clear” from Tyrus, Gus enters the nursing home and confronts Tio.

Song: Apparat, “Goodbye (instrumental)”

6. Gus walks out of Tio’s room and straightens his tie. Music plays from the nursing home speakers.

Song: Firstcom Music Library, “Fourth Floor: Ladies Shoes”

7. Walt and Jesse clean up the lab and remove any incriminating evidence.

Song: The Taalbi Brothers, “Freestyle”

8. Fearing for Walt, Skyler calls his cell phone, and he delivers the news.

Song: Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi, “Black (featuring Norah Jones)”


Episode 1: Live Free or Die

1. Walt sits down for breakfast at Denny’s.

Song: David Castle, “Conversations”

2.Song: Frank Shelley and Ian West, “Running Through Me”

Episode 2: Madrigal

1. Walt helps Jesse search for the ricin cigarette

Song: Whitey, “Stay on the Outside”

2. Lydia enters the diner and sits in the booth behind Mike.

Song: The Coachmen, “I Can’t Hide It”

3. Mike moves over to Lydia’s booth

Song: Mack Owen, “Somebody Just Like You”

Episode 3: Hazard Pay

1. Mike visits Dennis in jail

Song: Alarm Music Library, “You Got the Guts”

2. Walt, Jesse, Mike and Saul visit various factories

Song: Alarm Music Library, “The Galvez’s & the Contrera’s”

3. Walt and Jesse orchestrate a perfect meth cook

Song: The Peddlers, “On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)”

Episode 4: Fifty-One

1. Walt and Walter, Jr. get a rundown of repairs to the Aztec

Song: Easterling & Gildersleeve, “Good and Lonely”

2. Walt sells the Aztec for $50

Song: Pier Branch, “My Good Thing’s Gone”

3. Walt and Walter, Jr. pull into the driveway in their new rides

Song: Knife Party, “Bonfire”

Episode 5: Dead Freight

No Source Music

Episode 6: Buyout

No Source Music

Episode 7: Say My Name

1. Mike’s lawyer brings the bank teller cookies

Song:Paul Abler, “Clear Waters”

2. Dan the lawyer makes “hazard pay” deposits.

Song: Duke Ellington, “Overture”

3.Walt teaches Todd how to cook.

Song: The Monkees, “Goin’ Down”

4. Mike’s lawyer returns to the bank to make a second “hazard pay” deposit.

Song:Southern Library, “Return to Summer”

Episode 8: Gliding Over All

1. Walt and Lydia meet at a cafe.

Song: Apple Trax, “Night in the City”

Song: Apple Trax, “Clear Skies”

Song: Alexander McCabe, “Spin Drift”

2. The Prison Murders.

Song: Nat King Cole, “Pick Yourself Up”

3. Walt makes his millions.

Song: Tommy James & The Shondells, “Crystal Blue Persuasion”

3. The White family barbeque.

Song: Squeeze, “Up the Junction”

Episode 9: Blood Money

1. Hank returns to the barbeque

Song: Squeeze, “If I Didn’t Love You”

2. Hank pores over boxes of evidence

Song: Jim White, “Wordmule”

3. Jesse waits to see Saul

Song: Yellowman, “Where is Santa Claus?”

Episode 10: Buried

1. Hank and Skyler meet at the diner

Song: Floyd Cramer, “Tomorrow’s Gone”

2. Hank and Skyler talk at the diner

Song: Floyd Cramer, “(These Are) The Young Years”

3. Walt buries his money

Song: Chancha Via Circuito, “Quimey Neuquen”

Episode 11: Confessions

1. Jack, Todd and Kenny have breakfast in the diner

Song: Rita Remington, “Midnight Blue”

2. Jack, Todd and Kenny have breakfast in the diner

Song: Mack Self, “Everyday”

3. Jack, Todd and Kenny drive into New Mexico

Song: Slim Rhodes, “Romp and Stomp”

Episode 12: Rabid Dog

1. Walt cleans up the mess Jesse made

Song: Bambi Molesters, “Chaotica”

2. Hank intercepts Walt’s phone call to Jesse

Song: M3m, “Hello Kitty’s Wonderland”

Episode 13: To’Hajiilee

1. Todd and Lydia discuss the product.

Song: Steve Perry, “Oh Sherrie”

2. Todd answers Walt’s phone call

Song: Thomas Dolby, “She Blinded Me With Science”

Episode 14: Ozymandias

1. Walt pushes his last remaining barrel of money through the desert.

Song: The Limeliters, “Take My True Love By the Hand”

Episode 15: Granite State

1. Walt pushes his last remaining barrel of money through the desert.

Song: April Wine, “Sign of the Gypsy Queen”

Episode 16: Felina

1. Walt drives back to New Mexico from New Hampshire

Song: Marty Robbins, “El Paso”

2. Lydia phones Todd looking for an update on Walt’s demise

Song: Groucho Marx, “Lydia the Tattooed Lady”

3. The end

Song: Badfinger, “Baby Blue”

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