Millennium-ThisIsWhoWeAre.net logo
Menu

Unidentified music from Skull and Bones - Millennium Episode Music Guide

Can you assist us to identify the music track below, from the episode Skull and Bones? It may be that the music was especially composed for the Millennium episode but it may also be a commercially available track.

If you know more about this music please can you contact us. Thank you.

 

Welcome Frank.
There are 18 days remaining.

 

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 using our contact form 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.

 

Can you identify this piece of music from Skull and Bones?



Posted in our forums by tamarisk from Montreal, Canada on Sep 11 2005:
"I just finished watching Skull and Bones and I'm wondering if anyone knows what song is playing at the beginning of the episode (before the credits roll) as Ed, the "paranoid recluse," is sitting on the park bench. This is the part where he sees the kids arguing and the skeletal hand rises from the dirt beside him. The song has a heavy distorted guitar riff underneath an eastern-sounding string tune with only a few decipherable lyrics. The vocals are spoken more than sung. I tried googling what I could understand: which is something like "fire dry," "to last breath"/"cool as breath," "bitter wet." Anyway, if no one here knows I'll have to keep listening with headphones and try and figure it out. So far all of the transcripts / episode descriptions I've found have only listed "Love Hurts" by Nazareth which plays at the end of the episode. The music starts on a boombox but it isn't just background noise, it ends up being the primary soundtrack just before the credits roll."

This track is still beating us. Closed captions, subtitles have already been checked. If you can identify this music from Millennium's Skull and Bones, please contact us so that we can update our Millennium Music Guide.