Welcome to Heroes Music Tracks!

Heroes Music Tracks was created in response to the amount of score on the Heroes Original Soundtrack - close to none. Here are some things to know about Heroes Music Tracks:
  • The songs on Heroes Music Tracks are score pieces composed by Wendy and Lisa which have not appeared on the soundtracks
  • All of the songs have had the vocals removed so you may enjoy the piece on its own
  • The songs are organized by their episodes by their episode's original air date, with "Genesis" being the oldest and the latest episode the newest
  • My software only allows me to rip audio from the DVDs and extract the vocals, so please don't request anything from an episode not on the DVDs
Lastly, enjoy the tracks from our favorite TV show, Heroes!

December 31, 2020

Updated Episodes!

Updated: March 27th, 2009

Added commercial music listings for all of Volume Four, as well as a track from 3.20 "Cold Snap"

Bonus Tracks:
Season 1 ZIP (as of February 15th):http://www.sendspace.com/file/26g1je
Season 2 ZIP (as of February 15th):http://www.sendspace.com/file/6bm5xn

August 3, 2009

Quick but Consequencial Announcement

No more new posts. :(

April 13, 2009

3.23 - 1961

Sleepwalk - Santo & Johnny-Il Meglio

Crying - Roy Orbison

Crying - k.d. lang

April 12, 2009


Official Press Release:

First they saved the cheerleader and saved the world. Now the Heroes have another assignment – this time on CD. La-La Land Records will release the original score album on April 7, 2009 via their website www.lalalandrecords.com and in stores April 21. Wendy and Lisa (Soul Food, Crossing Jordan) composed the original score. La-La Land Records is releasing the "Heroes" score album through a license agreement with NBC Universal Television, DVD, Music and Consumer Products Group.

In 2006, audiences were intrigued by six words … “save the cheerleader, save the world.” The first season of Heroes featured ordinary people with extraordinary powers. The cop who can hear your thoughts, the flying nurse, the drug addict who could see the future, and the Japanese man appropriately named Hiro who could bend time and space were amongst those whose mission became saving the cheerleader. Each character is drawn into the ‘Company’s’ conspiracy to control these super-powered people.

The “Heroes” original score album features ten powerful tracks, including the “Heroes” title and the memorable “Fire & Regeneration” theme. Each of the additional tracks is built around one of the heroes, and carries the instrumentals and rhythms that are particular to that character – such as the heroic, strong cello sounds for “Peter Petrelli” (Milo Ventimiglia) and the dreamy instrumentals of the fire and regeneration cue for “Claire Bennet” (Hayden Panettiere).

The last two tracks on the album, “Kirby Plaza” and “Fire & Regeneration,” are sure to evoke familiar scenes for the listener. “Kirby Plaza” is the final, fiery conclusion to Season I, when “Peter Petrelli” (Milo Ventimiglia) explodes over New York City. “Fire and Regeneration” is the recurring theme for “Claire Bennet” (Hayden Penettiere) and according to Wendy and Lisa, is “…hands down the very favorite among fans.” They consider it to be “the sound of Heroes – the cue that gave us the direction for the series.” The entire track listing is below.

Childhood friends Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman each grew up in musical families. Lisa joined Prince’s touring band in 1980. She recommended Wendy when another player left the group in 1983. Prince agreed and they began working on Purple Rain. The film and album were both smash hits and Prince’s touring band was renamed The Revolution. Wendy and Lisa worked with Prince on the follow-up albums Parade and Under the Cherry Moon. In 1986 The Revolution was dissolved.

Wendy and Lisa released their first self-titled album in 1987, and have continued to record as a duo. In the mid-90s they began working on several film projects, and have regularly contributed scores to numerous television series including Crossing Jordan, Bionic Woman, and Heroes. Wendy and Lisa earned the prestigious ASCAP award for Composer’s of the Year for their work on Dangerous Minds, the theme to HBO’s Carnivale, Crossing Jordan and Heroes.

“Sometimes it feels more like being in a band together than your typical composer/producer relationship,” describes Executive Producer/Director Allan Arkush. “Every episode is done from scratch. Every cue meticulously crafted and composed to compliment each scene and story arc. During spotting sessions, Lisa writes many, many notes and impressions in little notebooks that she fills with her own very personal reactions to the episodes.”

He continues, “Wendy, when she’s not talking back to the screen, gives opinions, lots of them, and often asks that a scene be run again but without the temp music. She wants to see the work without any music telling her what to feel. We need their honest reaction to each episode. That reaction is translated into the music that is such an important part of the Heroes experience for you people watching at home.”

Heroes airs Monday nights on NBC. The original score album will be available exclusively from www.lalalandrecords.com on April 7th and available both digitally and in stores on April 21, 2009.


  1. HEROES Title (0:14)*
  2. Peter (6:12)*
  3. Claire (6:43)
  4. Hiro (7:30)
  5. HRG (6:24)*
  6. Mohinder (7:59)
  7. Sylar (5:30)*
  8. Jessica / Niki / Gina (5:55)
  9. Kirby Plaza (5:41)*
  10. Fire And Regeneration (2:21)*
    Total Time: 54:49

Music Composed and Performed By
Lisa Coleman and Wendy Melvoin
* Featuring the voice of SHENKAR

With the release of the score CD, you'll be seeing tracks disappearing from the site. The music is copyrighted and protected under the DRM and whatnot, and hosting it for free on here would be illegal. Plus, don't you want some high-quality audio of HEROES Score? Already I've removed The Bennet's Theme, Snowglobes and Sylar, and Gray & Sons. If you see a track that is on the HEROES Score CD that has not yet be removed, please leave a comment. In addition, samples of four tracks are available by clicking the links above. Check 'em out, and order the CD through Amazon!

March 30, 2009

3.21 - Into Asylum

Runaway - Del Shannon

Warhead - Zircon

I Better Run (Fire Hazard Remix) - The Rosebuds
Alternate Link

We Gotta Get Out Of This Place - The Animals

March 23, 2009

3.20 - Cold Snap

3.20 - Cold Snap:
This haunting track, including elements of Micah's theme, plays as Tracy unleashes the full potential of her freezing powers, freezing an entire parking garage.

March 9, 2009

3.19 - Shades of Gray

Not Now, But Soon - Imogen Heap