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Release Date: February 10, 2009 Disc 1 Disc 2
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1. Kangaroo Cry (Blue October)
2. Even Now (Dashboard Confessional)
3. After All (Saving Abel)
4. No Matter What (Jakob Dylan)
5. Troubled Land (John Mellencamp)
6. Boy With The Blues (Oasis)
7. Things Have Changed (Bob Dylan)
8. Tomorrow Still Comes (Will Dailey)
9. Peppermint & Glue (Sharon Little)
10. Mama Song (Keaton Simons)
11. Temptation (Cote de Pablo)
12. NCIS Theme (Numeriklab)
1. NCIS Theme Remix (Ministry)
2. No Shelter (Seether)
3. Nasty Little Perv (Perry Farrell)
4. Love Is Like (Skold vs. KMFDM)
5. I Don't Want To Be On TV (The Airborne Toxic Event)
6. Promises (Nitzer Ebb)
7. Fear (Stop Making Friends (Pauley Perrette))
8. Hole Solution (Android Lust)
9. Head Spin (Collide)
10. Satellite 2009 (Solamingus)
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Product Description (Amazon.com):
This specially produced 2-CD soundtrack from the hit television series, NCIS, stands apart from TV soundtracks that merely compile a selection of songs that were heard in a series' previous episodes. Instead, this collection features brand new tracks from Blue October, Dashboard Confessional, Oasis, Seether, Jakob Dylan, The Airborne Toxic Event, Saving Abel, Perry Farrell, Will Dailey, Skold vs. KMFDM, Collide and electronica pioneers Nitzer Ebb, all set for prominent placement in NCIS episodes beginning in February 2009, coinciding with the release of this soundtrack.
The album also features recent tracks from Bob Dylan, John Mellencamp, Sharon Little, Keaton Simons and Android Lust - all utilized in recent NCIS episodes - as well as the show's original theme (available commercially for the first time) and a brand new theme remix from industrial music giants, Ministry. NCIS show producers listened to literally dozens of submitted tracks before choosing the ones best suited for upcoming storylines, and from which the show's writers could draw upon for inspiration. As NCIS Executive Producer Shane Brennan explains, ''We've put the same amount of attention and care into the creation of our soundtrack that we do with our show every week. We listened to countless tracks to find the tunes that would not only fit into particular episodes, but would actually help drive our storylines. We couldn't be more thrilled that so many great artists share our vision for integrating music into television and have agreed to offer up new music for our soundtrack. We think the fans will be getting something truly special as a result.''
The soundtrack also features show stars Pauley Perrette (Abby Sciuto), who performs the self-composed ''Fear'' under the moniker Stop Making Friends, and Cote de Pablo (Ziva David), whose memorable performance of Tom Waits' ''Temptation'' from a recent episode is included on the soundtrack. Perrette has an extensive background in music, owning her own independent record label and fronting several bands, and it is her character, Abby, whose music sensibilities in the show serve as the basis for the soundtrack's ''Abby's Lab'' disc.


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