Crashing Soundtrack (

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Crashing is a British comedy-drama television series created by and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge. The show follows the lives of six twenty-something adults living together as property guardians in a disused hospital, where they are trying to navigate the ups and downs of life, love, and friendship.

The main character, Kate, played by Waller-Bridge, is a struggling actress who is dealing with the aftermath of a recent breakup. She is joined by her best friend, Anthony, who is a French chef with a passion for cooking and a tendency to get into trouble. The rest of the group includes Sam, a neurotic and insecure man; Fred, a laid-back and carefree guy; Melody, a sweet and naive girl; and Colin, a mysterious and enigmatic figure.

Throughout the series, the group faces various challenges and obstacles, from relationship drama to career struggles, all while trying to maintain their friendship and sanity. Crashing explores themes of love, loss, and the complexities of modern life, all with a healthy dose of humor and heart.

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Sleeping At Night
What Am I To You?
Better Man
Heartaches and Pain
We Just Disagree
Rather Be Lucky
About Noon - Single/
Coming Home
Keep Movin' On
How Much I Feel
Come My Love
Back From the Dead
Midnight Rider
Pride and Joy
Out of Pocket
Who Will Save Your Soul
Uncle John's Band - 2013 Remaster
Electric Hand
Things Are Getting Better
High Hope
On The Sidewalks Of New York
Blues Blue
Fly Me To The Moon - Remastered
Couldn't Get It Right
Sometimes I'm Happy
Gimme Your Love
She Gives Me A Bang
Is This The End
Pass The Beat
Popcorn Love
Candy Girl
Ooh Baby
Should Have Never Told Me
Gotta Have Your Lovin
Jealous Girl
Blue (Da Ba Dee) - Gabry Ponte Ice Pop Radio
Living My Life
Road To Joy
Free Fallin'
Shakin' Shakin' Shakes
That's What I Like
The Middle
Bad Karma
I Like Tuh
Flesh For Fantasy - Remastered
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User reviews

Michael Brown

The musical choices in Crashing often felt jarring and out of place, disrupting the flow of the storytelling and creating awkward moments of tonal inconsistency. The lack of cohesion in the soundtrack detracted from the overall viewing experience, leaving me feeling disconnected from the characters' experiences and emotions.

Mary Baker

The soundtrack of Crashing perfectly captures the quirky and chaotic vibe of the show, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Carol Allen

The music selection in Crashing is diverse and eclectic, featuring a mix of indie rock, electronic beats, and soulful ballads that set the mood for each scene effectively.

Charles Smith

Overall, the soundtrack of Crashing is a standout element of the series, showcasing the creators' attention to detail and commitment to crafting a memorable viewing experience.

John Wilson

The soundtrack choices in Crashing are unexpected and refreshing, adding a sense of unpredictability to the series that keeps viewers engaged.

Mary Green

The use of music in Crashing helps to create a unique atmosphere that is both lighthearted and poignant, reflecting the show's blend of comedy and drama.

Karen Davis

I appreciate how the soundtrack of Crashing complements the emotional depth of the characters and adds an extra layer of depth to their stories.

Betty Garcia

The soundtrack of Crashing felt repetitive and uninspired, with the same generic indie pop tracks playing in the background of nearly every scene. It failed to enhance the emotional depth of the characters' struggles and often felt disconnected from the narrative, making it difficult to fully engage with the show's themes.

Ronald Walker

The songs featured in Crashing are not only catchy and enjoyable but also contribute to the overall narrative arc of the show, enriching the storytelling.