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Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99 Season 1 Soundtrack

Songs:  33  | Scene descriptions: 32 timelines  |  Airing date: Finished  |  Episodes: 3  |  Last episode: 3 August 2022

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The soundtrack to Fiasco: Woodstock ’99 Season 1 music, view and listen to all the songs from the 2022 TV series, listed by episode, with scene descriptions and timelines, entire tracklist from the Netflix series.


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Season 1 • Episode 1: ‘How the F**k Did This Happen?’ (S01E01)

3 August 2022
12 songs


1. Song 2 – Blur
[0:02’] They are talking about how the music festival went from a calm one to a complete trainwreck.
2. Woodstock – Matthews’ Southern Comfort
[0:03’] They’re talking about how Woodstock was the best gathering from the 60s.
3. Pop/Stars – All The Small Things – Blink-182
[0:06’] There’s a radio ad about Woodstock, and they show people going to the concert and having fun.
4. Pop/Stars – Get On Up – James Brown
[0:16’] James Brown ditches his manager and goes on the stage even without being paid fully for the show before singing.
5. Sunday Shining – Finley Quaye
[0:17’] Heather is talking about how excited she was about the show, then the MTV woman says how everyone was wasted because of beer.
6. Every Morning – Sugar Ray
[0:20’] The production team of the show is talking about how happy they were with the outcome of the first day of the festival.
7. What I Got – Sublime
[0:22’] They’re showing how the festival was built.
8. A Change Would Do You Good – Sheryl Crow
[0:24’] They’re showing snippets of Sheryl’s set and talking about how she got catcalled often.
9. Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) – The Offspring
[0:25’] They’re talking about how the environment seemed ruled by frat boys, who were only there to disrupt the festival.
10. Blind – Korn
[0:35’] The artist is talking about how insane it was seeing the crowd at the Woodstock festival once he went on for his act.
11. My Gift To You (Live at Woodstock ’99) – Korn
[0:38’] The crowds were so aggressive that people would try to leave. Everyone is worried about how the crowd will behave when Korn leaves.
12. Swallowed – Bush
[0:52’] Bush managed to calm the crowd down a little bit.

Season 1 • Episode 2: ‘Kerosene. Match. Boom!’ (S01E02)

3 August 2022
13 songs




1. Happy Birthday – Cast
Starting song / Colin wanted to go to the rave for his 29th birthday.
2. Hey Boy Hey Girl – The chemical brothers
[0:01’] Colin is talking about how the rave was full of people being high.
3. Dance The Night Away – The Mavericks
[0:03’] The drug that Colin took just kicked in an hour before he had to go to work.
4. Get Together – The Youngbloods
[0:07’] The photographer is talking about how lovely Woodstock ’69 was.
5. Star-Spangled Banner
[0:08’] The photographer is telling the boys to put the art piece back.
6. Gangster Trippin’ – Fatboy Slim
[0:14’] The artists were treated really well, and weren’t missing anything backstage.
7. Boom – Bloodhound Gang
[0:16’] The people at the festival were mad at MTV.
8.The Fun Lovin’ Criminal – Fun Lovin’ Criminals
[0:19’] They’re talking about how security at the festival was a joke.
9. Nookie – Limp Bizkit
[0:23’] People could easily relate to Fred Durst because he would dress and act as a commoner in public.
10. Pollution – Limp Bizkit
[0:25’] The man is saying how the crowd was very wild while he tried to do his interview in the middle of it.
11. Break Stuff – Limp Bizkit
[0:27’] Fred Durst is encouraging everyone to go wild and break stuff.
12. Faith – Limp Bizkit
[0:32’] Fred Durst jumped into the crowd and joined in, making the crowd even more violent, and the production team cut his act short.
13. Necessary Evil – Armand Van Helden
[0:36’] People became very violent because of the drugs they were taking and the aggressive music. Some were spotted having sex in the middle of the crowd.

Season 1 • Episode 3: ‘You Can’t Stop a Riot in the 90s’ (S01E03)

3 August 2022
8 songs


1. Amazing Grace – Willie Nelson
[0:02’] People at the festival were exhausted. The MTV reporter is talking about them.
2. On The Road Again – Willie Nelson
[0:06’] People are leaving the festival early because of products being overcharged, water being unsanitary, and because of the exhaustion.
3. Hands – Jewel
[0:09’] They thought that the crowd could turn at anytime and become aggressive again. After her act, Jewel decides to leave right away because she is worried about the crowd.
4. Around The World – Red Hot Chili Peppers
[0:14’] The production team was extremely exhausted as an outcome of the show.
5.Under The Bridge – Red Hot Chili Peppers
[0:17’] They’re doing a candlelight vigil for a shooting that happened a little while back. This backfires as the crowd starts a fire.
6. Fire – Red Hot Chili Peppers
[0:21’] Their last song encourages the crowd to set things on fire all around the festival.
7. Renegade – The Biggest Band In The World
[0:30’] The crowd is absolutely destroying the festival, setting things on fire and making buildings fall.
8.Who will save your soul – Jewel

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Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99 Season 1  TV information
Production: BBH Entertainment, RAW
Distributor: Netflix
Stars: Ananda Lewis, Heather, Colin Speir


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