Breaking Bad final season playlist: The 10 best musical momentsBy Dylan Owens | August 8th, 2013 | 8 comments
For a show that’s full of great musical moments, picking the 10 best songs from AMC’s “Breaking Bad” is a real challenge. Some of these songs are great because they fit the action on screen perfectly; others simply because they rock.
We listed the scene and episode each song was featured in should you want to go back and relive them for yourself, but in consideration to those cramming for the season premiere this Sunday, we tried to keep things spoiler free. Save for the fact that Gale does some seriously cringe-worthy karaoke. And really, you don’t want to be blind-sided by that scene, anyways.
Catch the last episodes of Breaking Bad’s final season this Sunday at 7 p.m. MST.
10. Fujiya & Miyagi – “Uh”
Heard In: Season 1, Ep.5, “Gray Matter”
The Scene: Jesse and Badger cook up some cloudy meth in the RV.
9. Alexander – “Truth”
Heard In: Season 4, Ep. 1, “Box cutter”
The Scene: Walt walks to his car after a long day. Elsewhere, the Albuquerque CSI size up a homicide.
8. Whitey – “Stay On The Outside”
Heard In: Season 5, Ep. 2, “Madrigal”
The Scene: Walt helps Jesse search his apartment for a cigarette.
7. Ana Tijoux – “1977″
Heard In: Season 4, Ep. 5, “Shotgun”
The Scene: Mike drives Jesse around to kill some time in one of those music video-esque speed sequence.
6. Tommy James and the Shondells – “Crystal Blue Persuasion”
Heard In: Season 5, Ep. 8, “Gliding All Over”
The Scene: A montage of Walt and Todd cooking, barrels crossing borders and money changing hands.
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