On AllMusic, Stephen Thomas Erlewine wrote, "The soundtrack to Showtime's lesbian answer to Sex and the City is much like the show itself — classy, upscale, sophisticated, well-intentioned, and in good taste, but overly earnest and is lacking a sense of humor.... As such, it's not bad as background music, but it's not compelling listening on its own terms, even if it captures the sound and feel of the show quite well."
Season 3 Soundtrack'
(2006)Season 3 Soundtrack'2006
The L Word Season 2 CD is the second soundtrack album from the show The L Word. It features the songs that appeared in its second season plus the theme song of the show's opening credits and a duet of the actress and singer Pam Grier (who stars in the show as Kit Porter) and the theme song authors Betty.
On AllMusic, Heather Phares said, "Spanning club-friendly dance-pop, confessional singer/songwriters and classic pop, the soundtrack to The L Word: The Second Season showcases the series' eclectic taste in music.... A hipper and more contemporary collection than the first season's soundtrack, [it] works well both in and out of the show's context."
The L Word Season 2 CD
(2005)The L Word Season 2 CD2005
Season 3 Soundtrack
L Tunes: Music from and inspired by The L Word
(2007)L Tunes: Music from and inspired by The L Word2007
Season 3 Soundtrack is the double disc compilation album of the soundtrack of The L Word's third season. Two discs with the songs that appeared as soundtrack on the third season and 5 songs which the original artists played themselves live on the show.
On Edge Media Network, Melissa Bourgeois wrote, "The L Word Season 3 Soundtrack ranges from sultry jazz and lounge, to high energy dance and rock. Like in the show, girrrls dominate on this soundtrack, leaving D'Angelo to be the lone male rep, swimming in a sea of estrogen.... Overall, go for it. Both well-known and lesser-known artists are represented, most likely giving you the opportunity to tread new waters."
The L Word: Final Season is a compilation album of songs that were used in the last season of the Showtime show The L Word. It was released by Avatar Records in 2009 worldwide exclusively through iTunes.