Heroes: Original Soundtrack
|Heroes: Original Soundtrack|
|Soundtrack album by Various artists|
|Released||March 18, 2008|
|Genre||Pop, Alternative rock|
|Heroes soundtrack chronology|
Heroes: Original Soundtrack is the official Heroes soundtrack. It was released on March 18, 2008 by The NBC Universal Television, DVD, Music & Consumer Products Group. It contains recordings from Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, and contributions from Panic! at the Disco, Wilco, Imogen Heap, Bob Dylan, Nada Surf and David Bowie, among other artist and bands. The disc also includes the Heroes theme. The disk does not contain, however, "Eyes" by Rogue Wave, which was featured in the first and fourth episode. The B-side features 45 minutes of nonstop narrative by Sendhil Ramamurthy who plays Mohinder Suresh on the show.
On February 29, 2008, NBC Universal Television, DVD, Music & Consumer Products Group released five music videos created by Heroes producer/director Allan Arkush, each combining show footage with songs from the soundtrack. The music videos were released on Zune and MSN.
On April 14, 2009, a second soundtrack named Heroes: Original Score of the Television Series was released via La-La Land Records, containing the original score by Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, and featuring the voice of Shenkar.
|1.||Heroes Title||Wendy & Lisa|
|2.||Fire and Regeneration||Wendy & Lisa feat. Shankar|
|3.||He's Frank||Brighton Port Authority feat. Iggy Pop|
|4.||All for Swinging You Around||The New Pornographers|
|5.||Glad It's Over||Wilco|
|6.||Nine in the Afternoon||Panic! at the Disco|
|8.||Natural Selection||Wendy & Lisa|
|9.||ABoneCroneDrone 3 (Excerpt)||Sheila Chandra|
|10.||Chills||My Morning Jacket|
|11.||Jealousy Rides With Me||Death Cab for Cutie|
|12.||Not Now, But Soon||Imogen Heap|
|13.||Homecoming||Wendy & Lisa|
|14.||All Things Must Pass||The Jesus and Mary Chain|
|15.||Man in the Long Black Coat||Bob Dylan|
|16.||Maya's Theme||Cucu Diamantes & Yerba Buena|
|17.||Keeping My Composure||The Chemical Brothers feat. Spank Rock|
Absent from official soundtrack
The following tracks and pieces featured in the show are absent from the official soundtrack. Note that Season 3 and later were broadcast after the release of the official soundtrack.
- "Eyes" by Rogue Wave, which was featured in the first and fourth episode.
- "Ooh La La" by Goldfrapp, which was featured in episode 20, "FIVE YEARS GONE".
- "Peter Piper" by Run DMC, featured in episode 1 of season 2, playing on West's car radio
- "Boyz" by M.I.A., which was featured in episode 5 of season 2.
- "We Interrupt This Programme" by Coburn, which was featured in the 8th episode of season 2.
- "Born to be Wild" by Steppenwolf, which was featured in episode 16 of season 3.
- "Psycho Killer" by Talking Heads, also featured in episode 16 of season 3.
- "The Chain" by Fleetwood Mac, which was featured in episode 18 of season 3.
- "We Gotta Get out of This Place" by "The Animals", which was featured in episode 21 of season 3.
- "Runaway" by Del Shannon, also featured in episode 21 of season 3.
- "Superstition" by Stevie Wonder, featured in episode 1 of season 4.
- "An Honest Mistake" by The Bravery, also in episode 1.
- "Grapevine Fires" by Death Cab for Cutie, featured in episode 2.
- "Bad Body Double" by Imogen Heap, in episode 3.
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