|This article is about the CD. For other uses, see Once More, with Feeling.|
Once More, with Feeling is a soundtrack album from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical episode of the same name. It features the original series cast singing the songs from the episode, as well as additional music from other episodes by regular composer Christophe Beck, and a demo track performed by Joss Whedon and Kai Cole. It was originally released on September 24, 2002 by Rounder Records.
- "Overture / Going Through the Motions"
- "I've Got a Theory / Bunnies / If We're Together"
- "The Mustard"
- "Under Your Spell"
- "I'll Never Tell"
- "The Parking Ticket"
- "Rest in Peace"
- "Dawn's Lament"
- "Dawn's Ballet"
- "What You Feel"
- "Under Your Spell / Standing - Reprise"
- "Walk Through the Fire"
- "Something to Sing About"
- "What You Feel - Reprise"
- "Where Do We Go from Here?"
- "End Credits (Broom Dance / Grr Arrgh)"
- "Main Title"
- "Suite from 'Restless': Willow's Nightmare / First Rage / Chain of Ancients"
- "Suite from 'Hush': Silent Night / First Kiss / Enter the Gentlemen / Schism"
- "Sacrifice (from 'The Gift')"
- "Something to Sing About (Demo)"
- The interior and cover art for the CD — also used for related items such as the script book, the DVD, the songbook, and the poster — is by popular comic book artist Adam Hughes.
- The booklet includes liner notes by Whedon, the lyrics for the songs, and pictures from the episode.
- A music video for the song "Walk Through the Fire" was released to promote the album's release.