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Millennium Episode Music Guide

Millennium contains an inspired collection of recordings to reflect and accompany the show's dark themes and fascinating characters including tracks from Cypress Hill, White Zombie, Mark Snow, Bobby Darin, Patti Smith and many more. It's almost impossible not to appreciate the artistic effect when listening to The Carpenters sing Close to you during the vicious dog attack in Beware of the Dog or America's Horse with No Name during Owls, not forgetting of course the effect of Paul Mauriat's Love is Blue in A room with no view.

Our comprehensive Millennium Music Guide is integrated into our Episode and Credits guide, providing in most cases in-depth articles and profiles on the artists, bands and composers whose music featured throughout Millennium's three seasons. Each profile will provide inform you of who performed a specific track, background information and details on the various artists, episode related details with useful links and each will remind you in which scene a piece of music was featured. The music guide also lists any other tracks, songs or compositions used elsewhere in Millennium by the same artist, band or composer.

 
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About our Millennium Music Guide

Our Millennium Music Guide provides a definitive, fully detailed breakdown of all bands, composers and artists whose music was featured during the three seasons of Chris Carter's Millennium televisions series.

Each profile is available from the listing on this page and is also linked to from its respective Millennium episode profile pages.

These convenient and useful profiles contain information from a variety of accredited sources including the free Wikipedia, official websites and All Music Guide.

Lyrics where included may sometimes contain explicit language. All lyrics contained within this Millennium Music Guide remain the property and copyright of their respective copyright holders.

 

Music Guide Profile Index

A quick navigation list of the band, composer and artist profiles in our Millennium Music Guide:

Millennium Season 1 Music:


Millennium Season 2 Music:


Millennium Season 3 Music:

 

Unidentified Music - Can you help?

The tracks identified and included in our Millennium Music Guide have been put together from a variety of sources starting with the original Millennium episode guide from 1996. Over the years, I've noted down extra music tracks which have been identified and reported by our TIWWA forum members so that the vital information can be added to what was was released in the original guide. I believe its the most accurate available on the Internet.

Occasionally though, a new song or piece of music will be discovered in Millennium that has previously gone unnoticed.

Can you identify these music tracks?

You can contact us as usual to discuss the unidentified music tracks or you may wish to browse our dedicated discussion forum which has pinned topics containing any identified lyrics and artist/composer suggestions for these tracks.

 

Millennium Music Releases

You may also be interesting in the following additional pages concerning music from Millennium:

Learn more about Millennium Limited Edition 2008 2 Disc Original Soundtrack by Mark Snow.

Millennium Limited Edition 2008 2 Disc Original Soundtrack by Mark Snow, a 57 track release published in 2008. Available to anyone worldwide but limited to sales of 2000 copies, the first 500 of which were signed by composer Mark Snow.


Learn more about the Best of Millennium by Mark Snow.

Best of Millennium by Mark Snow, a 22 track release published in 2003 but only on the US based version of iTunes.


Audio/Music Downloads

We have a number of audio/music downloads available here.

 

Millennium Episode Music Guide (Season 1 - Episode Order):

There are currently 60 profiles available in this Millennium Episode Music Guide. Select a profile from the list below by clicking the artist's name or photo if available, to learn more about the music and the artists in each episode of Chris Carter's Millennium television series.


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An image from Millennium's Pilot.

Code: #MLM-100 | Production Code: 4C79 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1996-10-25

Episode Summary: A vicious serial killer is on the loose in Seattle, roaming strip clubs and gay hang-outs, believing he is on a mission to cleanse the plague-infested city from sin in preparation for the apocalypse. At the same time, renowned FBI profiler Frank Black retires to Seattle with his family as he gains membership in the secretive Millennium Group. He soon realizes that he must be the one to bring closure to the so-called Frenchman's grotesque crimes, before further innocents are brutally killed.

 
 
An image related to White Zombie whose music was used in Millennium.

Pilot featured music by White Zombie. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. More Human Than Human

Learn more about White Zombie whose music profile has been viewed 33895 times and was last viewed on August 28th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Pilot.

Code: #MLM-100 | Production Code: 4C79 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1996-10-25

Episode Summary: A vicious serial killer is on the loose in Seattle, roaming strip clubs and gay hang-outs, believing he is on a mission to cleanse the plague-infested city from sin in preparation for the apocalypse. At the same time, renowned FBI profiler Frank Black retires to Seattle with his family as he gains membership in the secretive Millennium Group. He soon realizes that he must be the one to bring closure to the so-called Frenchman's grotesque crimes, before further innocents are brutally killed.

 
 
An image related to Nine Inch Nails whose music was used in Millennium.

Pilot featured music by Nine Inch Nails. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Piggy
  2. Head Like a Hole

Learn more about Nine Inch Nails whose music profile has been viewed 19569 times and was last viewed on August 30th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Pilot.

Code: #MLM-100 | Production Code: 4C79 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1996-10-25

Episode Summary: A vicious serial killer is on the loose in Seattle, roaming strip clubs and gay hang-outs, believing he is on a mission to cleanse the plague-infested city from sin in preparation for the apocalypse. At the same time, renowned FBI profiler Frank Black retires to Seattle with his family as he gains membership in the secretive Millennium Group. He soon realizes that he must be the one to bring closure to the so-called Frenchman's grotesque crimes, before further innocents are brutally killed.

 
 
An image related to Portishead whose music was used in Millennium.

Pilot featured music by Portishead. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Roads

Learn more about Portishead whose music profile has been viewed 6681 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Pilot.

Code: #MLM-100 | Production Code: 4C79 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1996-10-25

Episode Summary: A vicious serial killer is on the loose in Seattle, roaming strip clubs and gay hang-outs, believing he is on a mission to cleanse the plague-infested city from sin in preparation for the apocalypse. At the same time, renowned FBI profiler Frank Black retires to Seattle with his family as he gains membership in the secretive Millennium Group. He soon realizes that he must be the one to bring closure to the so-called Frenchman's grotesque crimes, before further innocents are brutally killed.

 
 
An image related to Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper whose music was used in Millennium.

Pilot featured music by Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Hands of Death (Burn Baby Burn)

Learn more about Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper whose music profile has been viewed 10234 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Gehenna.

Code: #MLM-101 | Production Code: 4C01 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1996-11-01

Episode Summary: When large quantities of human ashes are discovered in the flowerbeds in a San Francisco park, Frank Black joins an investigation that will lead to an overpowering cult that kills those members unwilling to conform to expectations. In getting closer to the cult's all-powerful leader, Frank gets his first glimpse of a dark force that is controlling the killers he seeks.

 
 
An image related to Cypress Hill whose music was used in Millennium.

Gehenna featured music by Cypress Hill. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Hits From the Bong
  2. Insane in the Brain
  3. I Want to Get High

Learn more about Cypress Hill whose music profile has been viewed 55002 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's The Judge.

Code: #MLM-104 | Production Code: 4C04 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1996-11-15

Episode Summary: A man who calls himself the Judge is the mastermind behind a number of bizarre murders involving dismemberment, leading aimless young men to kill those he commands must die. His purpose is the meting out of personal justice and his primary interests come to lie in the unique drive and talent of Frank Black.

 
 
An image related to Steve Goodman whose music was used in Millennium.

The Judge featured music by Steve Goodman. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Danger

Learn more about Steve Goodman whose music profile has been viewed 4621 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's The Judge.

Code: #MLM-104 | Production Code: 4C04 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1996-11-15

Episode Summary: A man who calls himself the Judge is the mastermind behind a number of bizarre murders involving dismemberment, leading aimless young men to kill those he commands must die. His purpose is the meting out of personal justice and his primary interests come to lie in the unique drive and talent of Frank Black.

 
 
An image related to Donnie Fritts whose music was used in Millennium.

The Judge featured music by Donnie Fritts. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Short End of the Stick
  2. Ten-Foot Pole

Learn more about Donnie Fritts whose music profile has been viewed 4874 times and was last viewed on August 30th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's 522666.

Code: #MLM-105 | Production Code: 4C05 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1996-11-22

Episode Summary: A mad bomber terrorizes Washington DC in the hopes of becoming a glorified hero, bombing buildings before then rushing in to save the victims. Frank Black joins a specialized FBI team to help catch the madman whose attention-starved personality may be the key to his undoing.

 
 
An image related to X whose music was used in Millennium.

522666 featured music by X. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts

Learn more about X whose music profile has been viewed 4765 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Loin Like a Hunting Flame.

Code: #MLM-111 | Production Code: 4C11 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1997-01-31

Episode Summary: Frank Black and Millennium Group sex crime expert Maureen Murphy are called to Colorado to investigate when a man's marriage failings turn into deadly sexual fantasies, attending local raves and swingers parties to track the killer. Unfortunately, the investigative pair find resistance in the form of a biased sheriff and a local law enforcement team unprepared to deal with such sexual attacks.

 
 
An image related to Glenn A. Jordan whose music was used in Millennium.

Loin Like a Hunting Flame featured music by Glenn A. Jordan. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Hand in Hand We Die
  2. Raveland
  3. Frank Takes the Floor

Learn more about Glenn A. Jordan whose music profile has been viewed 3382 times and was last viewed on August 30th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's The Thin White Line.

Code: #MLM-113 | Production Code: 4C13 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1997-02-14

Episode Summary: Frank Black's memories of a prominent serial killing case from his past become intensely vivid as he prepares to interview a murderer he locked away decades ago in order to catch that man's protégé, a copycat killer. Frank's concerns torture him day and night, giving him bizarre nightmares and a conscience which insists he should have killed the original killer when he was given the opportunity.

 
 
An image related to Johann Sebastian Bach whose music was used in Millennium.

The Thin White Line featured music by Johann Sebastian Bach. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. "Little Fugue" in G Minor, BWV 578

Learn more about Johann Sebastian Bach whose music profile has been viewed 16312 times and was last viewed on August 30th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's The Thin White Line.

Code: #MLM-113 | Production Code: 4C13 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1997-02-14

Episode Summary: Frank Black's memories of a prominent serial killing case from his past become intensely vivid as he prepares to interview a murderer he locked away decades ago in order to catch that man's protégé, a copycat killer. Frank's concerns torture him day and night, giving him bizarre nightmares and a conscience which insists he should have killed the original killer when he was given the opportunity.

 
 
An image related to The Bee Gees whose music was used in Millennium.

The Thin White Line featured music by The Bee Gees. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. How Deep is Your Love

Learn more about The Bee Gees whose music profile has been viewed 29107 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Lamentation.

Code: #MLM-117 | Production Code: 4C17 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1997-04-18

Episode Summary: When a psychopathic doctor once captured by Frank Black escapes his hospital bed after requiring an operation, the famed profiler is called to Washington D.C. to aid in his recapture. As Frank and Peter Watts uncover clues regarding the escape they're introduced to Lucy Butler, a mysterious and dangerous woman who indicates that dark forces have specific targets that are close to Frank's home and that evil itself has plans for Frank's life.

 
 
An image related to Pyotr (Peter) Ilyich Tchaikovsky whose music was used in Millennium.

Lamentation featured music by Pyotr (Peter) Ilyich Tchaikovsky. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Festival Overture "The Year 1812", Op.49; French Ouverture Solonelle 1812 (The Opening Theme)

Learn more about Pyotr (Peter) Ilyich Tchaikovsky whose music profile has been viewed 8391 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Maranatha.

Code: #MLM-120 | Production Code: 4C20 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1997-05-09

Episode Summary: Frank Black and Peter Watts investigate a series of brutal killings in the Brighton Beach Russian community of New York City, killings that are linked to the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl. The shotgun slayings seem to be the work of mysterious Russian diplomat Sergei Stepanovich, a man recognized by the local immigrants as Yaponchik, a mythical Russian figure destined by prophecy to be revealed as the Antichrist.

 
 
An image related to Beverly Pale whose music was used in Millennium.

Maranatha featured music by Beverly Pale. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Ochi chernye

Learn more about Beverly Pale whose music profile has been viewed 7980 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Paper Dove.

Code: #MLM-121 | Production Code: 4C21 | Season: 1 | Air Date: 1997-05-16

Episode Summary: The Black family travels to visit Catherine's parents in Maryland. Catherine's father asks Frank to look into an old local case that may have been resolved improperly the first time around. The murder in question may have in fact been committed by the Woodsman, a serial killer still depositing bodies in the Maryland woods. In investigating these events, Frank might inadvertently be pulling his family closer toward the intentions of the Polaroid stalker.

 
 
An image related to Wayne Kramer whose music was used in Millennium.

Paper Dove featured music by Wayne Kramer. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Stranger in the House

Learn more about Wayne Kramer whose music profile has been viewed 5189 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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