Episode 22 Music
Episode 22: Function, Not Fashion
Amazon MP3 Download Links
"Going Down"
By Jaga Jazzist
Toonami Version

"Freedom" (Fila Brazillia Mix)
By DJ Food
Album: Refried Food
Heard: At the beginning of the episode.

"Agua"
By DJ Food
Album: Jazz Brakes: Vol. 5
Heard: When Team Satomi members talk with Liz about her
starting to model.

"Going Down"
By Jaga Jazzist
Album: A Livingroom Hush
Heard: When Liz and Miss Satomi talk in the office.

"Song for Mary"
By Herbaliser
Album: Take London
Heard: Towards the end of the conversation between
Takeshi, Jesse and Amy.

"Nighty Night"
By Wagon Christ
Album: Sorry I Make You Lush
Heard: As the IGPX festival begins.

"Chomp Samba"
By Amon Tobin
Album: Bricolage
Heard: During the IGPX 'Forwards' Obstacle Course race.

"Dangerous Disco (The Director's Cut)"
-Note: This song is labeled as "That's About It" on both the
credits in the show and on Amazon MP3.
By Treva Whateva
Album: Music's Made of Memories
Heard: Just after the commercial break as Takeshi makes
the jump.

"Quite Spectacular"
By Hint
Album: Portakabin Fever
Heard: When Takeshi talks with the mechanics.

Unknown track (Open for Submission)
Heard: During the 'Midfielders' race.

"Backyard Betty"
By Spankrock
Album: YoYoYoYoYoYo Instrumentals
Heard: During the first part of the 'Defenders' Obstacle
Course race.

"Cosmo Retro Intro Outro"
By Amon Tobin
Album: Out from Out Where
Heard: During the second part of the 'Defenders' Obstacle
Course race.

"Shrimp"
By Mr. Scruff
Album: Trouser Jazz
Heard: As the other contestants enter the fashion show.

"The Softest Thing in the World (Motorway Accident)
By Funki Porcini
Heard: During the first part of Liz's performance in the
fashion show.

"Popsicle"
By Cujo
Album: Adventures in Foam
Heard: During the second part of Liz's performance in the
fashion show.

Unknown track (Open for Submission; same song as in
Episode 11)
Heard: When the results of the fashion show are announced.

"Beyond Thought"
By DJ Vadim
Album: U.S.S.R. Resurrection
Heard: The last song of the episode.
Uncut Version

"Horizon"
By Cinematic Orchestra
Album: Every Day
Heard: At the beginning of the episode.

"Kids Can Dance"
By Hexstatic
Album: Rewind
Heard: When Team Satomi members talk with Liz about her
starting to model.

"L-Virata"
By Hexstatic
Album: Master-View
Heard: Towards the end of the conversation between
Takeshi, Jesse and Amy.

"Nighty Night"
By Wagon Christ
Album: Sorry I Make You Lush
Heard: As the IGPX festival begins.

"Shrimp"
By Mr. Scruff
Album: Trouser Jazz
Heard: As the other contestants enter the fashion show.

"Crockers and Killers (Easy Access Orchestra Radio Edit)"
By Chris Bowden
Album: Zen Remixes
Heard: During the first part of Liz's performance in the
fashion show.

"Verbal"
By Amon Tobin
Album: Out from Out Where
Heard: During the second part of Liz's performance in the
fashion show.

"Saddic Gladdic"
By Wagon Christ
Album: Sorry I Make You Lush
Heard: When the results of the fashion show are announced.
"Crockers and Killers
(Easy Access Edit)
By Chris Bowden
"Agua"
By DJ Food
(Physical Album)
"Beyond Thought"
By DJ Vadim vs.
Daniel Pemberton
"Freedom"
By DJ Food
"L-Virata"
By Hexstatic
(Physical Album)
"Horizon"
By Cinematic
Orchestra
"Song for Mary"
By The Herbaliser
"Chomp Samba"
By Amon Tobin
"Kids Can Dance"
By Hexstatic
(Physical Album)
"Nighty Night"
By Wagon Christ
"That's About It"
By Treva Whateva
"Quite Spectacular"
By Hint
"Backyard Betty
(Instrumental)"
By Spank Rock
No link to an
MP3 download
or to the
physical album
on Amazon is
available. Please
check iTunes or
elsewhere.
"Cosmo Retro Intro
Outro"
By Amon Tobin
"Shrimp"
By Mr. Scruff
"The Softest Thing in
the World"
By Funki Porcini
"Verbal"
By Amon Tobin
"Popsicle"
By Cujo
(Physical Album)
"Saddic Gladdic
By Wagon Christ