Note: This is a list of every band that either performed live at The Bronze or had their music played at the club. The list includes only the episodes in which The Bronze appeared. For more “Buffy” music, you can see our online store.
Here are compilations of “Buffy” music as well:
- The “Buffy” musical soundtrack (CD or MP3)
- “Buffy” musical piano/vocal/guitar songbook
- The “Buffy” series soundtrack (only CD)
- The “Buffy” Radio Sunnydale soundtrack (CD only)
- “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” — The Score (CD or MP3)
- “Angel” soundtrack — (CD or MP3)
- The “Buffy” (1992) soundtrack — (CD only)
- Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog — (CD or MP3)
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Anne — Bellylove sings “Back to Freedom” from their self-titled album first over the montage of Los Angeles runaways and then the band is seen at the Bronze. (The video is a cover.)
Dead Man’s Party — Four Star Mary plays the songs of Oz’s fictional band Dingoes Ate My Baby. In this episode, they play “Never Mind” and “Pain” from “Thrown to the Wolves” and “Sway” from from “Four Star Mary.” “Pain” is on the Buffy soundtrack.
Faith, Hope, and Trick — “The Background” from Third Eye Blind’s self-titled album plays as Buffy and Angel dance in the slayer’s dream. Darling Violetta plays “Cure” from “The Kill You EP” as Scott asks Buffy to dance, and the band’s “Blue Sun” from “BathWaterFlowers” is playing as Faith tells stories of slaying.
Homecoming — Lori Carson plays “Fell Into the Lonliness” from “Where it Goes” at the beginning of the episode. The Pinehurst Kids play “Jodi Foster” from “Minnesota Hotel” as everyone is getting their yearbook pictures taken. Lisa Loeb’s “How” from “Firecracker” plays in the background as Xander and Willow try on their outfits. Fastball’s “Fire Escape” from “All the Pain Money Can Buy” is playing over the scenes showing Buffy and Cordelia campaigning for Homecoming Queen. Four Star Mary plays the songs of Oz’s fictional band Dingoes Ate My Baby. In this episode, they play “She Knows” from “Thrown to the Wolves” on stage. (The video is a fan-created one.)
Band Candy — Four Star Mary plays the songs of Oz’s fictional band Dingoes Ate My Baby. In this episode, they play “Violent” from “Thrown to the Wolves” at the Bronze when the gang arrives to see everyone acting like teenagers. Every Bit of Nothing plays “Slip Jimmy” from “Austamosta” just before the older men break into “Louie, Louie.”
Revelations — Four Star Mary plays the songs of Oz’s fictional band Dingoes Ate My Baby. In this episode, they play “Run,” which was not released on an album.
The Wish — The Spies play “Tired of Being Alone” from “Toy Surprise Inside” as Buffy, Xander, and Willow are watching Cordelia at the Bronze. Plastic plays “Dedicated to Pain” as Xander and Willow, as vampires, walk inside the Bronze to see the Master.
The Zeppo — Supergrass plays “G-Song” from “In it For the Money” as Xander and Lysette are at the Bronze.
Bad Girls — Curve plays “Chinese Burn” from “Chinese Burn” and “Come Clean” for the whole scene at the Bronze.
Consequences — Kathleen Wilhoite plays “Wish We Never Met” from “Pitch Like a Girl” as Willow is crying in the bathroom.
Doppelgangland — K’s Choice plays “Virgin State of Mind” from the Buffy soundtrack when Willow, as a vampire, first arrives at the Bronze.
The Prom — The first song at the prom is Fatboy Slim’s “Praise You” from “You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby.” Kool & the Gang’s “Celebration” from “Celebrate” is what the hellhounds hear on their way to the gym. Cracker plays “The Good Life” from “Gentleman’s Blues” when Buffy arrives at the event. The Lassie Foundation plays “El Ray” from “Pacifico” and their self-titled album when Giles and Wesley discuss Cordelia. The Sundays play “Wild Horses” from “Blind” and the Buffy soundtrack (the song is a cover of the original Rolling Stones song on “Stripped“) while Buffy and Angel dance.
Graduation Day (Part One) — Faith is listening to Spectator Pump’s “Sunday Mail” from “Styrofoam Archives” when Buffy enters her room.
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