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Soundmen: The Music of Watchmen

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Crushed Up - Future

Three Little Birds - Elizabeth Mitchell

Piano Concerto No. 21: Andante - Mozart

Unforgettable - Dinah Washington

Tinh Quan Dan (People and Fighters Unite) - Vietnamese National Song and Dance Ensemble

Pore Jud Is Daid - Oklahoma

Nun with a Motherfucking Gun - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross


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Mongoloid - Devo

Israelites - Desmond Dekker & the Aces

The Last Round Up - Gene Autry

Romeo & Juliet, Op.64 - Dance Of The Knights - Prokofiev

Carmen Suite No. 2: Habanera - Bizet

The Brick -  Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

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Islands in the Stream - Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers

Nun with a Motherfucking Gun - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

You're My Thrill - Billie Holiday

Do Your Thing - Leroy Sibbles

Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92: II. Allegretto - Beethoven

Time Is on My Side - Irma Thomas

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Things Can Only Get Better - Howard Jones

Careless Whisper - George Michael

New York, New York - Frank Sinatra

Some Enchanted Evening (South Pacific) - Frank Sinatra

Turtles All the Way Down - Sturgill Simpson

Requiem In D Minor Lacrimosa - Mozart

Some Enchanted Evening - the Castells

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Are you including only music that would be candidates for the soundtrack of the series? Because there are probably other references, such as Judd singing, "People Will Say We're In Love."

It's worth noting at least some of these choices were referenced in the graphic novel.

"You're My Thrill" gets played on Nite Owl's airship after or as he and Laurie rescue people from a tenement fire and/or get busy.

"Unforgettable" I think is music that goes with the commercial for one of Veidt's products, a perfume called Nostalgia.

"Ride of the Valkyries" is mentioned in one of the excerpts from "Under the Hood," the autobiography by the first Nite Owl. He recounts how his father's boss at an auto repair shop had a collection of novelty items, including fake women's breasts. He revealed to his employees that his wife left him for an employee while Wagner was playing and while he was wearing the fake breasts. But instead of provoking sympathy, people started laughing at the ridiculousness of the situation, and the boss ended up committing suicide.

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