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In addition to the musical score composed by Sean Callery for every episode, several licensed songs have been featured on 24, primarily in the early episodes.

Season 1[edit | edit source]

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  • "Bury the Evidence" by Tricky - In the van while parked at the airport, Rick gives Janet heroin for her pain.
  • "Autotomy" by The Dears - Plays while Bridgit convinces Mandy to go along with her plan, and continues through the next scene when Kim and Janet escape from the boys.

"4:00am-5:00am"[edit | edit source]

  • "New Noise" by Refused plays in Dan's van while he and Rick discuss what Gaines might do to Kim.

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  • Four songs are heard at Robert Ellis' New Orleans bar:
    • "I'm on the Wonder" by Clifton Chenier
    • "I'm a Doggy" by John Lurie
    • "Barely Available" by Clifton Chenier
    • "Louisiana Two Steps" by Clifton Chenier - when Ellis is strangled, and during the final splitscreen.
  • "Clocks Grow Old" by I Am Spoonbender plays while Kim talks to Rick on the phone.

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  • Two songs are heard at Rick's house:
    • "Saturday" by Yo La Tengo - when Kim says she's coming over.
    • "Cataract" by Trephines - when Kim arrives.

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  • "Ný batterí" by Sigur Rós is heard at Rick's house when Kim lets slip to Frank that Dan was killed earlier in the day.
  • Phil Parslow plays Kim's CD player and "Fix and Destroy" by The Dirtmitts is heard once again.
  • "Burr" by Chore - when Frank's friends arrive at Rick's house.
  • "The Hitchhiker" by Chore - when the drug dealers arrive at Rick's place .

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Season 2[edit | edit source]

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  • Miguel's band records a song in a studio.

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  • An unknown song plays at John Mason's ice cream stand.

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Season 3[edit | edit source]

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  • "Tout Le Monde" by Daddy Ous plays as Kyle and Tim talk by the pool and Kyle gets a call.
  • "Three Thousand Miles" by Hawaii plays as Jack and Chase search the drug den.
  • "Suddenly" by the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club plays in Kyle Singer's room when he grabs cash to pay Don and when Linda discovers his cocaine.
  • "Autumn Sweater" by Yo La Tengo plays while Linda breaks up with Kyle and leaves.

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Three songs by Snowboy and the Latin Section can be heard on the plane carrying Ramon Salazar to Mexico:

  • "Ofrenda" is playing when Ramon wakes Jack up by pouring champagne on his face.
  • "Oya Ye Ye" is playing when Ramon is dancing with the girls while Jack kills Pedro.
  • "Straight from the Gate" is playing when Ramon decides to go through to kill Jack but gets held at gunpoint.

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Season 4[edit | edit source]

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Season 5[edit | edit source]

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  • The U.S. Navy hymn "Eternal Father, Strong to Save," originally by William Whiting, is performed by a military band as David Palmer's casket is loaded onto a transport.

Season 6[edit | edit source]

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Season 8[edit | edit source]

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  • The cartoon that Teri watches in the hotel room is the video to the song "Hangin' Around" by Debbie and Friends. The full video can be seen here.

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  • An unknown song plays in Kevin Wade's van as he and Nick fool around with the strippers.

Live Another Day[edit | edit source]

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Promotional and other[edit | edit source]

  • Trailers promoting the show's Season 1 premiere used "Break Stuff" by Limp Bizkit.
  • The original unaired cut of the pilot episode contained "Ray of Light" by Madonna, "Californication" by The Red Hot Chili Peppers and "Butterfly" by Crazy Town.
  • Some of the Season 5 promos used the song "Club Foot" by Kasabian.
  • Trailers promoting the Season 6 premiere featured "My Wave" by Soundgarden, "Oh My God" by Jay-Z, and "Unbreakable" by Evermore.
  • Trailers promoting 24 Redemption featured "Lux Aeterna" (the theme song of the movie Requiem for a Dream), composed by Clint Mansell.
  • Trailers promoting the Season 7 premiere featured "Let It Rock" by Kevin Rudolf.
  • Trailers promoting the Season 8 premiere featured "Run This Town" by Jay-Z (featuring Rihanna and Kanye West).
  • The full length New York promo for Season 8 featured the song "Treat Me Like Your Mother" by The Dead Weather.
  • The Super Bowl debut trailer for 24: Live Another Day featured "Vengeance" by Zach Hemsey.
  • Trailers for 24: Legacy featured:
    • "Go Tell 'Em" by Vic Mensa ("The Clock Resets")
    • "Soldier" by Fleurie ("This Is Only the Beginning")

See also[edit | edit source]

  • Soundtrack - a listing of official 24 musical collections.
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