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Title: Black (feat. Norah Jones) Artist: Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi 6,203 plays

Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi (feat. Norah Jones) · Black

"Black" was featured in the Season 4 finale of Breaking Bad (Episode 13, Face Off: Last scene, after Walt has spoken on the phone with Skyler).

Title: Goodbye Artist: Apparat (ft. Soap & Skin) 1,597 plays

Apparat (featuring Soap & Skin) · Goodbye

"Goodbye" was featured in the Season 4 finale of Breaking Bad (Episode 13, "Face Off”: Gus enters Casa Tranquila).

Title: Stay on the Outside Artist: Whitey 573 plays

Stay On The Outside | Whitey

Title: Goin' Down Artist: The Monkees 119 plays

The Monkees · Goin’ Down

Featured in Breaking Bad (Season 5 - Episode 7 “Say My Name), as Walt and Todd cook for the first time. (+)

Title: Crystal Blue Persuasion Artist: Tommy James And The Shondells 347 plays

The lyrics of “Crystal Blue Persuasion" are used in Breaking Bad episode “Gliding Over All" (Season 5 - Episode 8) as an obvious reference to the blue-tinged methamphetamine produced during the montage scene, but songwriter Tommy James has stated that the "crystal blue" refers to the crystal lake in the Book of Revelation and “persuasion” to James becoming a Christian. 

Title: Pick Yourself Up Artist: Nat King Cole & George Shearing 34 plays

Pick Yourself Up is a popular song composed in 1936 by Jerome Kern, with lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Nat King Cole’s version of the song was also featured in an episode of Breaking Bad, titled “Gliding Over All" (Season 5 - Episode 8).

"Will you remember the famous men who have to fall to rise again,
So take a deep breath, pick yourself up, start all over again.”

Title: Wordmule Artist: Jim White 1,731 plays

Jim White · Wordmule

"Wordmule" was featured in "Blood Money" (episode 9) from Season 5 of Breaking Bad.

Title: Quimey Neuquen Artist: Chancha via Circuito - José Larralde 1,549 plays

José Larralde - Quimey Neuquen (Chancha Via Circuito Remix)

José Larralde’s cover of Quimey Neuquén, originally composed by Marcelo Berbel and Napoleón Milton Aguilar, was re-edited by Chancha via Circuito and it has been showcased in the AMC television series Breaking Bad (Season 5 - Episode 10: Walter is burying the money).

Sol de los arenales…
regada en sangre del bravo ceihuanquei.
Grito que está volviendo,
en tu desbocado potro pehuenche.

Del cielo la onda noche,
se oye del viento la serenata.
Tucos la luna prende
en la negra cimba de mi araucana.

Aguas que van,
quieren volver,
aguas que van,
quieren volver,
río arriba del canto prendido,
Neuquén quimey,
quimey Neuquén.

Sol que se está gastando,
en piedras,
lajas y turbias corrientes.
Besó la sombra india,
que vuelve crecida
de un sueño verde.

Ya madura el silencio,
por el agreste vientre de tus bardas.

Quiere rayen dormirse,
tiemblan sus entrañas,
enamorada.

Aguas que van, quieren volver,
aguas que van, quieren volver,
río arriba del canto prendido,
Neuquén quimey, quimey Neuquén.

Title: Chaotica Artist: The Bambi Molesters 12 plays

The Bambi Molesters · Chaotica

The track “Chaotica" (from their third album Sonic Bullets: 13 From The Hip) was featured in the soundtrack of Season 5 of the TV series Breaking Bad (Episode “Rabid Dog”: Walt cleans up the gasoline and fabricates a story).