There’s so much to love about Roswell, New Mexico. Whether it’s the fact that every episode fails to disappoint, the complex and diverse characters that populate this realistic world, or the emotional reactions the show forces from us on the weekly.
But perhaps an underrated element of Roswell, New Mexico‘s allure is the soundtrack that guides the story each and every week.
I’ve always made it clear that the eclectic mix of ’90s and modern music breathes unique life into this show. Especially the ’90s music, which pays homage to the original series.
This week’s episode brought us some new songs that did a great job setting the mood for the tone of this episode. Another example of how music is an integral part to conveying the emotion of a scene.
Let’s take a look at the music that appeared in Roswell, New Mexico‘s 11th episode this season, “Linger.”
“The Last Man in Tujunga” – I See Hawks in L.A.
“Pasado Es Pasado” – LMS
“Makeup Counter Girl” – Flupe Jac
“Summer’s Over” – Pillbox
“Just a Human, Being Human” – Joey Sykes
“Take Me Someplace” – Joey Sykes
“Matter Of Fact” – Sandstrom Thomas
“Fade Out” – Vicious Kiss
“It’s Easer to Run Away” – Joey Sykes
Roswell, New Mexico airs Mondays at 9/8c on The CW.