The list author says: "For anyone who's watched the TV show Supernatural, you know that it has the best soundtrack on television! Because the CW has yet to release an actual soundtrack I've compiled a list of albums that feature songs from the show. This isn't a complete list since I was only allowed to add 40 items. Maybe after Season 5 is over, I'll compile a second list."
"Carry On Wayward Son is practically the theme song for Supernatural. The lyrics are perfectly suited to the Winchesters and it's been used at least once in every season for 'Road So Far' recaps (Salvation, All Hell Breaks Loose Part II, No Rest for the Wicked, and Lucifer Rising). I look forward to hearing it in the Season 5 season finale!"
"Supernatural has a long history with AC/DC, starting with the Pilot episode in which Dean utters the immortal line, "Driver picks the music. Shotgun shuts his cakehole." Back in Black blasts from the stereo. It's also in Bloodlust. Hells Bells was used for 'Road So Far' in the Magnificent Seven, and You Shook Me All Night Long was used for the 'Road So Far' in Lazarus Rising."
"One of my all time favourite bands, I only wish CCR was used more often on the show. On this CD you'll find Lodi(used in Scarecrow), Bad Moon Rising(perfectly used in Devil's Trap and In My Time of Dying), and Run Through the Jungle(used in Sin City)"
"This box set includes almost all of the songs used in the series, including Down South Jukin'(used in Wendigo), Saturday Night Special(used in What is and What Should Never Be) and Simple Man(epically used in Free to Be You and Me)."
"The one time in this show when I thought that the song choice was odd. Fire of Unknown Origin is used in the comedic episode Hell House in a funny prank by Dean on Sam. But the lyrics are morbid and rather too close to home for such a light hearted moment in my opinion."
"Peace of Mind was used in Hookman, Foreplay/Long Time was used in the 'Road So Far' for All Hell Breaks Loose Part I and Don't Look Back was used at the end of All Hell Breaks Loose Part II, setting the tone for Dean's attitude in the beginning of Season 3."
"I'm not a big Filter fan but I love the way their music was used in the episode Skin. When the audience thinks that it's Dean who's holding the bloody knife it's the classic rock tune In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, but when the audience knows that it's actually a shapeshifter the song changes to Hey Man Nice Shot."
"Can't Fight This Feeling is yet another song that earns a chuckle now. It's use in Simon Said was very funny. Although I confess it gave me false hopes for a relationship between Jo and Dean. Back On the Road Again was used in Born Under A Bad Sign."