The Vampire Diaries Music from "The Devil Inside"

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The Devil on the inside of Damon Salvatore came out this week.

But while The Vampire Diaries Season 5 Episode 12 featured this blood sucker returning to his dark roots - along with Tyler finding out the truth about Caroline and Katherine taking over Elena's body for good - it also featured some great tracks once again.

Forget spoilers, photos or quotes for a moment. The Vampire Diaries music is always worth checking out and downloading.

We've made it easy to do so here. Sit back and decide now:

  Song Artist
Heavy english 21 flights 21 Flights Heavy English iTunes
Wild cub thunder clatter Thunder Clatter Wild Cub iTunes
Dragonette live in this city Live In This City Dragonette iTunes
Datarock fa fa fa Fa Fa Fa Datarock iTunes
The wombats your body is a weapon Your Body Is A Weapon The Wombats iTunes
Song Flirting With Thieves Heavy English
Black strobe im a man I'm A Man Black Strobe iTunes
Grouplove tongue tied Tongue Tied GROUPLOVE iTunes
Passenger let her go Let Her Go Passenger iTunes
Sarah blasko illusory light Illusory Light Sarah Blasko iTunes
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Seeing a depressed, self-loathing and drinking Tyler is a bummer, but they're doing a really good job of portraying it, no matter how much of a turn-off that mopey behavior is. I really liked the scene when Tyler confides in Matt about all of his problems and how Klaus has ruined his life...the way they show how Matt listens with real concern was great. Also loved that they used "Bravado" by Lorde during this scene, it's bout time Tyler shows some bravado of his own and man's up

The Vampire Diaries Season 5 Episode 12 Quotes

Stefan: Define "out."
Damon: One who hovers and sticks his nose in other people's business. Wait... I was defining "annoying."

How's my dress? It screams safe and predictable. Am I right? Or am I right?