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Friday Night Lights Vol. 2 (Original Television Soundtrack)

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Percussion Gun
Artist: White Rabbits
3:09
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02
Sway
Artist: Heartless Bastards
5:54
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03
Killed Myself When I Was Young
Artist: A.A. Bondy
3:49
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04
Fire
Artist: Augustana
2:31
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Something Good This Way Comes
Artist: Jakob Dylan
3:37
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I Know What I Am
Artist: Band Of Skulls
3:17
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Meanest Man In the World
Artist: John Doe
3:42
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If It's the Beaches
Artist: The Avett Brothers
3:55
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09
What You Hide
Artist: AM
4:17
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Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing
Artist: Sufjan Stevens
4:41
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11
This Is the Thing
Artist: Fink
4:30
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Friday Night Lights Theme
Artist: Snuffy Walden
0:46
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 44:08

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They Say All Music Guide

Focusing on the music used in the show’s fourth season, the second volume of the Friday Night Lights soundtrack captures all of the drama and emotion that unfold in the sleepy town of Dillon, TX. More than just a collection of the incidental music used on the show, it seems like care was taken in assembling a collection of music from the series’ more emotional moments, giving the soundtrack a feeling closer to a mixtape than a franchise cash grab. The collection of plaintive, country-infused tracks features artists like Sufjan Stevens, John Doe, Augustana, and Fink lending their hands in the creation of songs that are as earnest as the characters whose lives they score, acting as a kind of pastoral mood music. Also contained on the album is the sprawling “FNL Main Title” by Emmy-winning television heavyweight W.G. Snuffy Walden (who also composed the themes for The West Wing, Thirtysomething, and My So-Called Life). While this album may be the most appealing to fans of the show looking to relive their favorite moments from the series, what’s surprising is how cohesive the collection feels, making this one of those rare soundtracks that has the ability to find legs with people unfamiliar with the show. – Gregory Heaney

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