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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 3 - 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 ...Thirteen Years Later.

Code: #MLM-305 | Production Code: 3ABC05 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1998-10-30

Episode Summary: To Frank Black's dismay, a movie is being shot based upon an infamous serial killer case he himself solved 13 years ago. Things get a little out of hand when new murders begin occurring with the same pattern featured in the film and case files. Frank hopes to find the answers during the filming of the movie's finale, at a KISS concert, while Emma searches famous horror films for clues.

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

...Thirteen Years Later featured music by Kiss. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Psycho Circus

Learn more about Kiss whose music profile has been viewed 12217 times and was last viewed on September 2nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Skull and Bones.

Code: #MLM-306 | Production Code: 3ABC06 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1998-11-06

Episode Summary: When Emma Hollis and Barry Baldwin are dispatched to investigate a mass grave found beneath a highway construction site they come face to face with Peter Watts and a Millennium Group team. Frank Black, at Quantico investigating the case through a reclusive and paranoid man who seems to have witnessed the killings, tries his best to determine what interest the Millennium Group has in the deaths. Both Frank and Emma soon discover the Group may have sinister intent and that anyone who uncovers the truth may be in grave danger.

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

Skull and Bones featured music by Nazareth. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Love Hurts

Learn more about Nazareth whose music profile has been viewed 14957 times and was last viewed on September 2nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Collateral Damage.

Code: #MLM-311 | Production Code: 3ABC11 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-01-22

Episode Summary: Peter Watts is forced into the most distressing of circumstances when the eldest of his three beloved daughters, Taylor, is abducted by an enraged Gulf War veteran who has turned to violence, hoping to push the Millennium Group into admitting their crimes. Frank Black and Emma Hollis, part of the help effort, are met with great conflict from the bitter Watts who seems sorrowfully determined to let his daughter die rather than betray the secrets of his Group.

 
 
An image related to Giorgio Moroder whose music was used in Millennium.

Collateral Damage featured music by Giorgio Moroder. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Chase

Learn more about Giorgio Moroder whose music profile has been viewed 6447 times and was last viewed on September 1st 2014.

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An image from Millennium's The Sound of Snow.

Code: #MLM-312 | Production Code: 3ABC12 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-02-05

Episode Summary: Frank Black is forwarded a mysterious copy of a cassette tape filled with audio white noise. A trip back home to Seattle illustrates that people all over Washington state are being sent the tape, and its effects are killing them! Refusing to drop the investigation, Frank submits himself to the tape's power again and again, leading him to a shocking reliving of Catherine's death and a powerful meeting from beyond the grave.

 
 
An image related to James Carr whose music was used in Millennium.

The Sound of Snow featured music by James Carr. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. The Dark End of the Street

Learn more about James Carr whose music profile has been viewed 8056 times and was last viewed on September 1st 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Matryoshka.

Code: #MLM-314 | Production Code: 3ABC14 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-02-19

Episode Summary: An investigation conducted by Frank Black and Emma Hollis into a retired FBI agent's suicide leads to some confusing information that links the Bureau to the Millennium Group's modern rebirth 50 years ago. Piling evidence and personal memoirs also imply that both organizations had their hands in the powerful historical events the occurred at the Los Alamos nuclear research center.

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

Matryoshka featured music by The Mills Brothers. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Till Then

Learn more about The Mills Brothers whose music profile has been viewed 10014 times and was last viewed on September 2nd 2014.

Alternatively you may wish to view these related pages for Millennium's Matryoshka:

 
An image from Millennium's Forcing the End.

Code: #MLM-315 | Production Code: 3ABC15 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-03-19

Episode Summary: Acting as swiftly as possible while the opportunity presents itself, a fundamentalist Jewish group abducts a pregnant woman, hoping to gain ownership over the woman's unborn child. They hope to fulfill biblical prophecy by raising a pure child for the new millennium, forcing it into the priesthood, and leading the second coming of the Messiah at the yet-to-be built third temple in Jerusalem. Emma Hollis suspects Millennium Group involvement in these events and is shocked when Peter Watts reaches out to her to help close the investigation.

 
 
An image related to Paul Anka (featuring Odia Coates) whose music was used in Millennium.

Forcing the End featured music by Paul Anka (featuring Odia Coates). This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. (You're) Having My Baby

Learn more about Paul Anka (featuring Odia Coates) whose music profile has been viewed 12054 times and was last viewed on September 2nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Saturn Dreaming of Mercury.

Code: #MLM-316 | Production Code: 3ABC16 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-04-09

Episode Summary: Jordan is filled with uneasy knowledge that the devil has come to town when a new family moves into the Black's neighborhood. Frank's unsure how to handle the situation when an imaginary friend named Simon leads Jordan into a biting incident at school, an attack on the family's father, and violently uncharacteristic behavior. Could Jordan's now advanced powers of perception be identifying the presence of evil? Emma is hurt when Frank refuses to reveal what it is he and his daughter are cursed to live with.

 
 

Saturn Dreaming of Mercury featured music by Unaccredited Gospel Choir. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. This Little Light of Mine

Learn more about Unaccredited Gospel Choir whose music profile has been viewed 7063 times and was last viewed on August 29th 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Darwin's Eye.

Code: #MLM-318 | Production Code: 3ABC18 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-04-16

Episode Summary: Frank Black and Emma Hollis are forced to consider how many of their cases are truly ruled by conspiracy when a young girl, put in an asylum after being accused of murdering her parents, escapes from captivity with the help of a willing Sheriff's Deputy. Are the girl's rants regarding evolution and constant drawing of crossed palm trees a sign that there may be a more complex cover-up at work? Or is she, like Emma's ailing father, simply going mad?

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

Darwin's Eye featured music by Blur. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Trimm Trabb

Learn more about Blur whose music profile has been viewed 7182 times and was last viewed on September 1st 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Bardo Thodol.

Code: #MLM-317 | Production Code: 3ABC17 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-04-23

Episode Summary: The discovery of a cooler full of living hands draws Emma Hollis' attention to mysterious research conducted by former Millennium Group member Dr. Steven Takahashi, a man now afflicted by a disfiguring and deadly disease. These secrets leave one murderous Millennium Group operative desperate to kill Takahashi as Frank Black holds watch by his bedside. Emma engages in a desperate attempt to lash out at the Group with the knowledge she's gained, hoping to prove she can do so on her own.

 
 
An image related to Huun-Huur-Tu whose music was used in Millennium.

Bardo Thodol featured music by Huun-Huur-Tu. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Prayer

Learn more about Huun-Huur-Tu whose music profile has been viewed 7311 times and was last viewed on September 1st 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Seven and One.

Code: #MLM-319 | Production Code: 3ABC19 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-04-30

Episode Summary: Frank Black, for the third time in his life, ends up on the receiving end of a series of disturbing Polaroid photographs. This time, however, he begins questioning his own sanity, for the digitally enhanced photos depict the victim of a horrible drowning accident and the face in the Polaroids is his own. Is a ruthless demon seeking to push him over the edge into madness? Frank's painful childhood memories and the FBI's opinions that he is a crazed man make it all the more difficult for him to confront the evil attempting to ruin him.

 
 
An image related to Backstreet Boys whose music was used in Millennium.

Seven and One featured music by Backstreet Boys. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Everybody (Backstreet's Back)

Learn more about Backstreet Boys whose music profile has been viewed 21947 times and was last viewed on September 2nd 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Seven and One.

Code: #MLM-319 | Production Code: 3ABC19 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-04-30

Episode Summary: Frank Black, for the third time in his life, ends up on the receiving end of a series of disturbing Polaroid photographs. This time, however, he begins questioning his own sanity, for the digitally enhanced photos depict the victim of a horrible drowning accident and the face in the Polaroids is his own. Is a ruthless demon seeking to push him over the edge into madness? Frank's painful childhood memories and the FBI's opinions that he is a crazed man make it all the more difficult for him to confront the evil attempting to ruin him.

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

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

  1. Millennium: Closure

Learn more about Mark Snow whose music profile has been viewed 4159 times and was last viewed on September 1st 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Nostalgia.

Code: #MLM-320 | Production Code: 3ABC20 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-05-07

Episode Summary: When a dog digs up a freshly severed woman's leg, Frank Black and Emma Hollis travel to a small town, where Emma spent part of her nomadic youth, to investigate. Frank, from the start, knows fully well who the culprit is but a lack of evidence forces him to engage in a dangerous game of slowly breaking down the killer's psyche, thus forcing him to reveal his own crimes.

 
 
An image related to PJ Harvey whose music was used in Millennium.

Nostalgia featured music by PJ Harvey. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. A Perfect Day Elise

Learn more about PJ Harvey whose music profile has been viewed 9121 times and was last viewed on September 1st 2014.

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An image from Millennium's Goodbye To All That.

Code: #MLM-322 | Production Code: 3ABC22 | Season: 3 | Air Date: 1999-05-21

Episode Summary: With Frank Black being held responsible for Barry Baldwin's death at the hands of a Millennium Group assassin, Emma Hollis further distances herself from her former mentor while gaining Millennium Group membership. The Federal Bureau of Investigation dismisses Frank once and for all from its ranks, an act which pulls the Bureau and the Millennium Group closer to each other. Frank, Emma, and Peter engage in angry attacks against each other as the new Ed Cuffle continues to leave a trail of bodies. The battle will end in role reversal for all, an end to things as they once were, and an uncertain future.

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

Goodbye To All That featured music by Mark Snow. This episode of Millennium included the following songs or compositions:

  1. Millennium: We're All Shepards

Learn more about Mark Snow whose music profile has been viewed 4572 times and was last viewed on August 30th 2014.

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