Ugh, man I fucking hate time-limited and format-limited music licensing. There’s basically no way to watch proper Daria in 2018 unless you wanna subject yourself to grainy .avi rips of old VHS tapes or the cobbled-together soundtrack overlays fans have (to the best of their abilities) assembled.
My favorite reality competition show ever (actually the only one I like) The Sing Off has basically been whisked out of existence by NBC (they don’t even maintain the old site on NBC.com just a few years after the last season aired) because of music licensing issues; you also can’t buy the series digitally anywhere (and it was never available on DVD), so again, piracy’s your best bet. Though at least with that, the last few seasons are available in HD from. . . sources.
And then yeah, classics like Tony Hawk… and the like are basically trapped in eternal limbo here because Atlantic Records couldn’t stand to let two early 00s Goldfinger tracks no one has thought about or listened to outside the context of a skateboarding videogame in a decade be re-licensed for a reasonable cost (laziness reveal: I have no idea what record label Goldfinger is on or whether or not they’re one of the tracks causing issues, I just wanted to make fun of Goldfinger).