The L Word Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.70/10 from 29000 votes
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The L Word

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A Letra L


'The L Word' follows the lives and loves of a group of lesbian friends living in Los Angeles. The main character, Jenny, is a recent graduate of the University of Chicago, who moves to Los Angeles to live with her boyfriend Tim and begin a professional writing career. Jenny's life is turned upside down when she attends a party hosted by Tim's next-door neighbors, Bette and Tina, a lesbian couple who are about to take the step into parenthood after being together for seven years. A brief encounter at the party with Marina, the owner of the local coffeehouse, suddenly has Jenny thrust into a whole new world that makes her question her own sexual orientation. Other friends of Bette and Tina include Dana, a professional tennis player who is shy but eager to meet the right woman; Alice, a magazine writer who has a brief relationship with a self-identified "lesbian" man; and Shane, a hairstylist who can't stick to just one woman, and Kit, Bette's half sister who struggles with alcoholism.

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The L Word
The Other Side (from Trolls World Tour)
Hair Up
Move Your Feet / D.A.N.C.E. / It's A Sunshine Day
Get Back Up Again
Hair In The Air (Trolls: The Beat Goes On Theme)
The Holla-Day For You
The Sound Of Silence
Not Yours
I'm Coming Out / Mo' Money Mo' Problems
They Don't Know
Disease - KATFYR "Tokyo Bound" Remix
CAN'T STOP THE FEELING! (Original Song from DreamWorks Animation's "TROLLS")
True Colors - Film Version
What U Workin' With?
Lookin' For A Holiday
September - from DreamWorks Animation's "TROLLS"
True Colors
Double-Down Speed Round
Love Train
Rich & Sad
Friend Medley
Trolls Holiday Score Suite
Trolls Wanna Have Good Times (feat. Icona Pop)
Don't Slack (from Trolls World Tour)
It's All Love
Just Sing
One More Time
Atomic Dog World Tour Remix
Rainbows, Unicorns, Everything Nice
Rock N Roll Rules
Leaving Lonesome Flats
Born to Die
Trolls 2 Many Hits Mashup
Yodel Beat
Crazy Train
I Fall to Pieces
Perfect for Me
Rock You Like a Hurricane
It's All Love (History of Funk)
Just Sing (Trolls World Tour)

User reviews

Daniel Hernandez

I found the soundtrack of The L Word to be a perfect complement to the diverse and complex characters and storylines of the show. The music selection seemed to capture the essence of the characters' emotions and struggles, enhancing the viewing experience.

Brian Garcia

The soundtrack of The L Word features both well-known tracks and hidden gems, making it a delightful discovery for music enthusiasts.

Michelle Lopez

The soundtrack of The L Word perfectly captures the diverse emotions and complexities of the characters' lives, adding depth to the storytelling.

Jennifer Thomas

The combination of different genres and artists in the soundtrack creates a rich tapestry of emotions that beautifully complements the unfolding drama of the series.

Sarah Miller

On the other hand, while the soundtrack was generally fitting for the show, I felt that at times it could be a bit too on the nose, with some songs feeling a bit cliché or predictable in their use. It would have been nice to see more creative and unexpected choices in the music selection to add even more depth to the storytelling.

Patricia Wilson

The use of music in The L Word is not just background noise; it plays a significant role in setting the tone and enhancing the emotional resonance of key scenes.

Lisa Campbell

The carefully curated soundtrack of The L Word helps to establish a unique identity for the show, setting it apart from other television dramas.

Margaret Rodriguez

The band selection in The L Word showcases a wide range of genres and styles, catering to different moods and moments within the series.

William Hill

Each song seems carefully chosen to convey the mood of the scenes, adding an extra layer of depth to the already compelling narrative.

Ashley Green

The way the soundtrack of The L Word intertwines with the characters' journeys enhances the overall viewing experience, making it more relatable and impactful.

Margaret Carter

The music choices in The L Word are not only fitting for the scenes but also help to create an immersive and engaging atmosphere for the viewers.

Edward Young

The music in The L Word adds an extra layer of authenticity to the series, reflecting the diverse tastes and personalities of the characters.

Sarah Garcia

Overall, the music in The L Word is a standout element that contributes to the overall success and impact of the series, making it a memorable and enjoyable viewing experience.

Patricia Allen

The soundtrack of The L Word perfectly captures the essence of each character's journey, reflecting their emotions and struggles in a powerful way.

Emily Davis

The music selection enhances the storytelling, creating a deeper connection with the audience and immersing them in the world of these complex and diverse characters.