The Cue Sheet Podcast, Episode 8: The Music of My So-Called Life

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The Cue Sheet Podcast is going back to high school! We’re just waiting for Tino to show up and give us a ride.

After going on some futile adventures with MTV Cops last month, we’ve moved forward in time a decade to talk about the songs featured on the short-lived ABC teen drama, My So-Called Life. The show centers around teenager Angela Chase, played by Claire Danes, as she navigates high school, relationships, and feelings. It only aired for one season, but it leaves a lasting legacy, which includes its great, ’90s-era soundtrack. We talk about our favorite musical moments from the show—including The Cranberries, R.E.M., Buffalo Tom and Haddaway—a handful of notable guest appearances from a few bands from the era, and even plans for the second season that never came to be. But mostly, it’s about the music.

Listen to our music of My So-Called Life episode below, and check out our playlist of songs in our favorite moments from the show.

Share some of your favorite My So-Called Life music moments in the comments, and let us know if there’s a show you’d like us to cover on a future episode!

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Our theme music is by Bit Maps. Listen to and download their music via Bandcamp.

This podcast referenced the following articles:

Vulture: The My So-Called Life Soundtrack is the Music Equivalent of the Coziest Flannel

Primetimer: The Greatest Music Cue in All of My So-Called Life

Hazlitt: Everybody Hurts, The Soundtrack of My So-Called Life

AV Club: With “Late At Night,” Buffalo Tom became the soundtrack to teen angst

Plus, The Boiler Room: A My So-Called Life Podcast

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