1.17 - Inside the Head:
Matt's mind-reading theme makes a prominent appearance in this episode. This specific track plays during one of Matt and Claire's conversations.
1.17 - Radioactivity and Regeneration:
This darker variation of "Fire and Regeneration" from the OST plays as Claire stops Ted from going nuclear at the Bennet residence.
1.17 - Saving the World (Variation 1):
This theme normally plays whenever someone makes a sacrifice to help another, most noticeably when HRG makes a sacrifice for his daughter in this episode, and another time in 1.23 "How to Stop an Exploding Man."
Welcome to 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
February 26, 2007
February 19, 2007
1.16 - Unexpected:
These variations on Peter's theme, heavily featuring a bass drum, play during his training scene with Claude and their encounter with HRG and the Haitian.
1.16 - Disappear:
We say good-bye to Claude, chronologically speaking, as this track featuring marcato strings plays.
February 12, 2007
1.15 - Secret Agent Men:
This track plays as Hiro and Ando infiltrate S.R. Gustavson's hotel room. Hilarity ensues.
1.15 - The Diamond District: (Available on HEROES Score CD - Jessica / Niki / Gina)
This intense piece of world music takes place in L.A., as Jessica and Matt go on a cat-and-mouse chase through the Diamond District.
February 5, 2007
1.14 - Kaito Nakamura:
This track showcases influences from the traditional music of Japan, while still incorporating the sounds of Hiro's musical palette, to introduce Hiro's father, Kaito.
1.14 - Family Ties:
This variation on "The Bennets' Theme" plays as Claire comes home to find her mother in a less than ideal mental state while the identity of her biological fathe is revealed.