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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 2 - 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 The Beginning and the End.

Code: #MLM-201 | Production Code: 5C01 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-09-19

Episode Summary: Is it the beginning of the journey or the end when Frank allows his vengeance for the Polaroid stalker to push him over the edge in a relentless search for Catherine? The Millennium Group pulls Frank more deeply into its secretive ranks in an effort to bring closure to the abduction case with the knowledge that his work for them is not yet done.

 
 
An image related to Talking Heads whose music was used in Millennium.

The Beginning and the End featured music by Talking Heads. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Life During Wartime

Learn more about Talking Heads whose music profile has been viewed 11843 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Beware of the Dog.

Code: #MLM-202 | Production Code: 5C02 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-09-26

Episode Summary: Frank travels to Bucksnort, a small town where residents fear for their lives outdoors after the sun goes down, when packs of blood-thirsty dogs roam the streets. Here he discovers that the Millennium Group and its members may be far stranger than is common knowledge and that there may be truth to legends of demons who took on the form of canines.

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

Beware of the Dog featured music by The Carpenters. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. (They Long To Be) Close To You

Learn more about The Carpenters whose music profile has been viewed 10322 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Beware of the Dog.

Code: #MLM-202 | Production Code: 5C02 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-09-26

Episode Summary: Frank travels to Bucksnort, a small town where residents fear for their lives outdoors after the sun goes down, when packs of blood-thirsty dogs roam the streets. Here he discovers that the Millennium Group and its members may be far stranger than is common knowledge and that there may be truth to legends of demons who took on the form of canines.

 
 
An image related to Bobby Darin whose music was used in Millennium.

Beware of the Dog featured music by Bobby Darin. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. As Long as I'm Singing

Learn more about Bobby Darin whose music profile has been viewed 6063 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Sense and Antisense.

Code: #MLM-203 | Production Code: 5C03 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-10-03

Episode Summary: Frank Black is assigned to track down and identify patient zero of a terrifying biological epidemic. Instead of uncovering evidence regarding the origins of the plague, however, he finds himself plunged into a conspiracy attempting to cover up the man he's looking for. Frank and Peter find themselves wondering, could a nearby member group of the Human Genome Project have gone rogue and tampered with the DNA that controls our violence?

 
 
An image related to Bobby Darin whose music was used in Millennium.

Sense and Antisense featured music by Bobby Darin. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Gyp The Cat

Learn more about Bobby Darin whose music profile has been viewed 3337 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Monster.

Code: #MLM-204 | Production Code: 5C04 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-10-17

Episode Summary: What is the truth behind a series of child abuse cases stemming from a day care center in Arkansas? Two of the Millennium Group's most promising visionaries are sent to find out yet aren't told a thing about their counterpart or their case. Frank and his new partner soon find that they may have more in common than they thought, and that demons can come in the most unexpected of forms. Unfortunately, the Group's little test takes a dangerous turn as the town's people go on a witch hunt for the child abuser and arrests Frank Black as their monster.

 
 
An image related to Bobby Darin whose music was used in Millennium.

Monster featured music by Bobby Darin. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Goodbye Charlie

Learn more about Bobby Darin whose music profile has been viewed 4817 times and was last viewed on April 21st 2014.

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An image from Millennium's A Single Blade of Grass.

Code: #MLM-205 | Production Code: 5C05 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-10-24

Episode Summary: Frank Black gets himself into some trouble as he travels to investigate a recent murder near an excavation site of Native American Indian tribe artifacts in the middle of New York City. Here he finds a hidden tribe of men that have come together to spout ancient prophecies and legends, some regarding a man with powerful visions who can be the one to link the spiritual world with the world of reason.

 
 
An image related to Squirrel Nut Zippers whose music was used in Millennium.

A Single Blade of Grass featured music by Squirrel Nut Zippers. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Hell

Learn more about Squirrel Nut Zippers whose music profile has been viewed 7505 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's A Single Blade of Grass.

Code: #MLM-205 | Production Code: 5C05 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-10-24

Episode Summary: Frank Black gets himself into some trouble as he travels to investigate a recent murder near an excavation site of Native American Indian tribe artifacts in the middle of New York City. Here he finds a hidden tribe of men that have come together to spout ancient prophecies and legends, some regarding a man with powerful visions who can be the one to link the spiritual world with the world of reason.

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

A Single Blade of Grass featured music by Glenn A. Jordan. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Ain't Got Far to Hell
  2. Hand in Hand We Die

Learn more about Glenn A. Jordan whose music profile has been viewed 3097 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's The Curse of Frank Black.

Code: #MLM-207 | Production Code: 5C07 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-10-31

Episode Summary: Frank Black faces an eerie night full of unsettling coincidences when he takes Jordan to the streets of Seattle for some Halloween Trick-or-Treating. Are these coincidences the result of simple chance, or is someone -- or something -- trying to give Frank a powerful message?

 
 
An image related to George Frideric Handel whose music was used in Millennium.

The Curse of Frank Black featured music by George Frideric Handel. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Suite for Harpsichord (Suite de piece), Vol.2, No.4 in D minor, HWV 437 Sarabande (Mark Snow version)

Learn more about George Frideric Handel whose music profile has been viewed 10231 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-207 | Production Code: 5C07 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-10-31

Episode Summary: Frank Black faces an eerie night full of unsettling coincidences when he takes Jordan to the streets of Seattle for some Halloween Trick-or-Treating. Are these coincidences the result of simple chance, or is someone -- or something -- trying to give Frank a powerful message?

 
 
An image related to Screamin' Jay Hawkins whose music was used in Millennium.

The Curse of Frank Black featured music by Screamin' Jay Hawkins. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Little Demon

Learn more about Screamin' Jay Hawkins whose music profile has been viewed 11596 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-207 | Production Code: 5C07 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-10-31

Episode Summary: Frank Black faces an eerie night full of unsettling coincidences when he takes Jordan to the streets of Seattle for some Halloween Trick-or-Treating. Are these coincidences the result of simple chance, or is someone -- or something -- trying to give Frank a powerful message?

 
 
An image related to Dean Martin whose music was used in Millennium.

The Curse of Frank Black featured music by Dean Martin. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Memories are Made of This

Learn more about Dean Martin whose music profile has been viewed 15244 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's 19:19.

Code: #MLM-206 | Production Code: 5C06 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-11-07

Episode Summary: Frank Black, Peter Watts, and Lara Means race against time to locate a busload of kidnapped children who've been buried alive in a nearby quarry by a prophecy dictating madman who believes that World War III has begun and he is the one destined to carry out the Book of Revelation's instructions.

 
 
An image related to Mark Snow whose music was used in Millennium.

19:19 featured music by Mark Snow. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Night Sins (1997 TV Mini-Series)

Learn more about Mark Snow whose music profile has been viewed 8623 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's 19:19.

Code: #MLM-206 | Production Code: 5C06 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-11-07

Episode Summary: Frank Black, Peter Watts, and Lara Means race against time to locate a busload of kidnapped children who've been buried alive in a nearby quarry by a prophecy dictating madman who believes that World War III has begun and he is the one destined to carry out the Book of Revelation's instructions.

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

19:19 featured music by The Carpenters. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Bless the Beasts and the Children

Learn more about The Carpenters whose music profile has been viewed 5895 times and was last viewed on April 21st 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Jose Chung's 'Doomsday Defense'.

Code: #MLM-209 | Production Code: 5C09 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-11-21

Episode Summary: Controversial writer Jose Chung comes to Frank Black and the Millennium Group for help when a bizarre religious group called Selfosophy, which he's recently written a very unflattering short story about, places a price on his head. With each murdered body, issue of Playpen magazine, and Selfosophy key to happiness that the investigators come across, they find the case becoming more convoluted and utterly absurd. The question becomes, as Frank puts it, "What the hell is going on here?"

 
 
An image related to Johnny Legend whose music was used in Millennium.

Jose Chung's 'Doomsday Defense' featured music by Johnny Legend. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Let's Get Goin'

Learn more about Johnny Legend whose music profile has been viewed 3048 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Jose Chung's 'Doomsday Defense'.

Code: #MLM-209 | Production Code: 5C09 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-11-21

Episode Summary: Controversial writer Jose Chung comes to Frank Black and the Millennium Group for help when a bizarre religious group called Selfosophy, which he's recently written a very unflattering short story about, places a price on his head. With each murdered body, issue of Playpen magazine, and Selfosophy key to happiness that the investigators come across, they find the case becoming more convoluted and utterly absurd. The question becomes, as Frank puts it, "What the hell is going on here?"

 
 

Jose Chung's 'Doomsday Defense' featured music by Norman Chandler and His Fabulous String Orchestra. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Dance and Dream

Learn more about Norman Chandler and His Fabulous String Orchestra whose music profile has been viewed 4949 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Midnight of the Century.

Code: #MLM-211 | Production Code: 5C11 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-12-19

Episode Summary: Christmas Eve and the anniversary of his mother's death bring Frank Black into confrontations with Catherine, his estranged father, and even an angel. All the painful memories and arguments serve a purpose, however, in helping to steer Frank in the right direction for dealing with some important decisions regarding Jordan and the gifts she's inherited.

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

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

  1. The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71: d. Danse arabe. Allegretto (Arabian Dance)

Learn more about Pyotr (Peter) Ilyich Tchaikovsky whose music profile has been viewed 6313 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Midnight of the Century.

Code: #MLM-211 | Production Code: 5C11 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1997-12-19

Episode Summary: Christmas Eve and the anniversary of his mother's death bring Frank Black into confrontations with Catherine, his estranged father, and even an angel. All the painful memories and arguments serve a purpose, however, in helping to steer Frank in the right direction for dealing with some important decisions regarding Jordan and the gifts she's inherited.

 
 
An image related to Mark Snow whose music was used in Millennium.

Midnight of the Century featured music by Mark Snow. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. X-Files: Emily

Learn more about Mark Snow whose music profile has been viewed 3055 times and was last viewed on April 21st 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Goodbye Charlie.

Code: #MLM-210 | Production Code: 5C10 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-01-09

Episode Summary: Frank Black and Lara Means, teamed as partners, are pulled into the case of an emotional man who assists unhappy folks carry out well-planned suicides. The two investigators, wondering whether the evidence speaks more of murder than of compassion, become entangled within the ethics of the case while pressured with the job of preventing further death.

 
 
An image related to Bobby Darin whose music was used in Millennium.

Goodbye Charlie featured music by Bobby Darin. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Goodbye Charlie

Learn more about Bobby Darin whose music profile has been viewed 6989 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Goodbye Charlie.

Code: #MLM-210 | Production Code: 5C10 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-01-09

Episode Summary: Frank Black and Lara Means, teamed as partners, are pulled into the case of an emotional man who assists unhappy folks carry out well-planned suicides. The two investigators, wondering whether the evidence speaks more of murder than of compassion, become entangled within the ethics of the case while pressured with the job of preventing further death.

 
 

Goodbye Charlie featured music by Marty Jensen and Jessie Fanion. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. The Right Side of Wrong

Learn more about Marty Jensen and Jessie Fanion whose music profile has been viewed 3592 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Goodbye Charlie.

Code: #MLM-210 | Production Code: 5C10 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-01-09

Episode Summary: Frank Black and Lara Means, teamed as partners, are pulled into the case of an emotional man who assists unhappy folks carry out well-planned suicides. The two investigators, wondering whether the evidence speaks more of murder than of compassion, become entangled within the ethics of the case while pressured with the job of preventing further death.

 
 
An image related to Terry Jacks whose music was used in Millennium.

Goodbye Charlie featured music by Terry Jacks. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Seasons in the Sun (sung karaoke style by Tucker Smallwood)

Learn more about Terry Jacks whose music profile has been viewed 6170 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's The Mikado.

Code: #MLM-213 | Production Code: 5C13 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-02-06

Episode Summary: Frank Black and Peter Watts call in Millennium Group computer expert Brian Roedecker for assistance on a very serious case when they find a serial killer who broadcasts his gruesome crimes over the internet to a bevy of sick spectators. Is this the work of Avatar, a sadistic killer Frank's tracked before, utilizing a brand new technological medium for his crimes?

 
 
An image related to Gilbert and Sullivan whose music was used in Millennium.

The Mikado featured music by Gilbert and Sullivan. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Behold, The Lord High Executioner - (Ko-Ko and Men) The Mikado Operetta (Act 1.5)

Learn more about Gilbert and Sullivan whose music profile has been viewed 8733 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's The Pest House.

Code: #MLM-215 | Production Code: 5C15 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-02-27

Episode Summary: When Frank Black and Peter Watts notice a series of killings which seem performed to fit urban legends and campfire stories, they look to the nearby East County Forensic Psychiatric Hospital for responsibility. Even though the criminally insane inmates being treated there are difficult to deal with, and a certain doctor remains quite stubborn, Frank discovers a man so willing to rid the patients of evil that he may have become it himself.

 
 
An image related to Mark Snow whose music was used in Millennium.

The Pest House featured music by Mark Snow. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Night Sins (1997 TV Mini-Series)

Learn more about Mark Snow whose music profile has been viewed 3099 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Owls.

Code: #MLM-214 | Production Code: 5C14 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-03-06

Episode Summary: The discovery of an extremely valuable religious artifact -- a portion of the very cross of Christ's crucifixion -- and its subsequent theft, force the Millennium Group's two disagreeing factions, the Owls and the Roosters, into battle. Frank Black and Lara Means, both valuable individuals to either side, find themselves caught in the middle of a conflict that could very well decide the fate of the human race.

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

Owls featured music by America. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. A Horse With No Name

Learn more about America whose music profile has been viewed 23273 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Roosters.

Code: #MLM-216 | Production Code: 5C16 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-03-13

Episode Summary: It is discovered that Millennium Group dissidents are not those responsible for taking the cross of Christ's crucifixion. In actuality, a sinister third party, a group of Nazis known as Odessa, are the ones to blame for killing Group members, taking the cross, and trying to pull the Black family into their midst. Only the Group's leading Old Man and the two recently expelled candidates, Frank and Lara, can bring this evidence into the open and pull things back together in time... before there is no more Millennium Group.

 
 
An image related to Richard Wagner whose music was used in Millennium.

Roosters featured music by Richard Wagner. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Parsifal (An Opera), Prelude to Act I

Learn more about Richard Wagner whose music profile has been viewed 8463 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-217 | Production Code: 5C17 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-03-20

Episode Summary: When Jordan tries to get Catherine involved in helping a mysterious and beautiful woman rescued from the sea, Frank decides he should have a talk with the stranger. The exchange they have does a number on Frank's mental state as he lapses into a confusing realization of what his life would be like without the Millennium Group. Is this enlightenment a good thing, seeing as four other men have died as a result of this woman and her strange spell?

 
 
An image related to The Peking Opera whose music was used in Millennium.

Siren featured music by The Peking Opera. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. The Forest on Fire

Learn more about The Peking Opera whose music profile has been viewed 5907 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-219 | Production Code: 5C19 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-04-17

Episode Summary: Catherine Black is called to a Seattle area high school to help understand why a local girl is claiming to have magnificent religious visions of Mary Magdalene. When she arrives, however, she finds her cool psychological findings to be in direct conflict with those thought patterns of another investigator: Lara Means, representing the Millennium Group. The struggle for answers may bring Catherine to a deeper understanding of her husband's work and driving essence.

 
 
An image related to Patti Smith whose music was used in Millennium.

Anamnesis featured music by Patti Smith. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Dancing Barefoot

Learn more about Patti Smith whose music profile has been viewed 15495 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's A Room With No View.

Code: #MLM-220 | Production Code: 5C20 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-04-24

Episode Summary: When one gifted high school student dies of fear and his underachieving best friend disappears from the scene, Frank Black investigates and gets the intense feeling that his old nemesis, Lucy Butler, is behind the crimes. The investigation uncovers Lucy's new home, a prison of sorts where she uses conflicting stimuli of harsh violence and pure love to break down the wills of abducted youngsters.

 
 
An image related to Paul Mauriat whose music was used in Millennium.

A Room With No View featured music by Paul Mauriat. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Love is Blue (Instrumental version)

Learn more about Paul Mauriat whose music profile has been viewed 39274 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-221 | Production Code: 5C21 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-05-01

Episode Summary: Four vile demons, servants of evil who pose as elderly men, gather for their nightly meeting in a downtown donut shop and discuss over coffee and crullers their own personal methods of leading humanity down the path to hell. During the discussion they come to the realization that they've all encountered a gifted man who may have seen them for the demons they truly are: Frank Black.

 
 
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Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me featured music by Black Flag. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. My War

Learn more about Black Flag whose music profile has been viewed 18839 times and was last viewed on April 23rd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-221 | Production Code: 5C21 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-05-01

Episode Summary: Four vile demons, servants of evil who pose as elderly men, gather for their nightly meeting in a downtown donut shop and discuss over coffee and crullers their own personal methods of leading humanity down the path to hell. During the discussion they come to the realization that they've all encountered a gifted man who may have seen them for the demons they truly are: Frank Black.

 
 

Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me featured music by Vinny the Goo. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Sexy

Learn more about Vinny the Goo whose music profile has been viewed 2968 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-221 | Production Code: 5C21 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-05-01

Episode Summary: Four vile demons, servants of evil who pose as elderly men, gather for their nightly meeting in a downtown donut shop and discuss over coffee and crullers their own personal methods of leading humanity down the path to hell. During the discussion they come to the realization that they've all encountered a gifted man who may have seen them for the demons they truly are: Frank Black.

 
 
An image related to Mark Snow whose music was used in Millennium.

Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me featured music by Mark Snow. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Materia Primoris: The X-Files Theme

Learn more about Mark Snow whose music profile has been viewed 12970 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-222 | Production Code: 5C22 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-05-08

Episode Summary: As Lara Means disappears under strange circumstances, Frank Black and Peter Watts come to investigate a horrible death that looks so gruesome they assume it was a foul murder. Medical science states otherwise, tossing the two into a strict quarantine procedure to investigate their exposure to a horrific doomsday virus. Frank demands answers from Peter regarding the Millennium Group's knowledge of these events and considers joining an opposing group, The Trust, to get to the truth of the matter.

 
 
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The Fourth Horseman featured music by Dionne Warwick. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. I'll Never Fall in Love Again

Learn more about Dionne Warwick whose music profile has been viewed 7884 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-222 | Production Code: 5C22 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-05-08

Episode Summary: As Lara Means disappears under strange circumstances, Frank Black and Peter Watts come to investigate a horrible death that looks so gruesome they assume it was a foul murder. Medical science states otherwise, tossing the two into a strict quarantine procedure to investigate their exposure to a horrific doomsday virus. Frank demands answers from Peter regarding the Millennium Group's knowledge of these events and considers joining an opposing group, The Trust, to get to the truth of the matter.

 
 
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The Fourth Horseman featured music by Zager & Evans. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. In the Year 2525 (Exordium and Terminus)

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Code: #MLM-223 | Production Code: 5C23 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-05-15

Episode Summary: As Trust representative Richard Gilbert dies under tragic circumstances, Frank Black is given a lecture by Millennium Group superiors that only intensifies his fears regarding the now apparent cult-like organization. Peter Watts fights back against the Group he followed so loyally for so many years. Lara Means, confronted with the knowledge and sights of the coming doomsday, finds herself spiraling into insanity. As the bloody plague spreads far and wide, killing many, Frank, Jordan, and Catherine retreat into the woods of Washington to escape a grim end to the world as they know it.

 
 
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The Time Is Now featured music by Zager & Evans. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. In the Year 2525 (Exordium and Terminus)

Learn more about Zager & Evans whose music profile has been viewed 8496 times and was last viewed on April 22nd 2014.

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Code: #MLM-223 | Production Code: 5C23 | Season: 2 | Air Date: 1998-05-15

Episode Summary: As Trust representative Richard Gilbert dies under tragic circumstances, Frank Black is given a lecture by Millennium Group superiors that only intensifies his fears regarding the now apparent cult-like organization. Peter Watts fights back against the Group he followed so loyally for so many years. Lara Means, confronted with the knowledge and sights of the coming doomsday, finds herself spiraling into insanity. As the bloody plague spreads far and wide, killing many, Frank, Jordan, and Catherine retreat into the woods of Washington to escape a grim end to the world as they know it.

 
 
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The Time Is Now featured music by Patti Smith. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Land: Horses/Land of 1000 Dances/La Mer(de)

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