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Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack was a single CD of soundtrack music that featured in Series 1 and Series 2 of Doctor Who by Murray Gold. It also featured music from The Christmas Invasion and The Runaway Bride ("Song For Ten" and "Love Don't Roam") performed by Neil Hannon. The inclusion of "Love Don't Roam" served as a preview, as this soundtrack was released before The Runaway Bride was televised. Other tracks from The Runaway Bride appeared on the next soundtrack release, Doctor Who - Series 3.
Track listing Edit
|Track no.||Track||Episodes used in||Track time|
|1||"Doctor Who Theme" (TV version)||All episodes from Rose up until Time Crash||0:40|
|2||"Westminster Bridge"||Rose, variations in Aliens of London, The Long Game, The Doctor Dances, Boom Town, The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, Fear Her, The Runaway Bride, The Day of the Doctor||2:10|
|3||"The Doctor's Theme"||Rose, The End of the World, Boom Town, Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, The Satan Pit, Fear Her (Variations in Love & Monsters), The Runaway Bride, Human Nature, Last of the Time Lords, Partners in Crime, Forest of the Dead, Turn Left, The Stolen Earth/Journey's End, The Next Doctor, The Waters of Mars, The End of Time, A Good Man Goes to War, The Day of the Doctor, Into the Dalek, Hell Bent, The Husbands of River Song, Twice Upon a Time,(Torchwood: Day One, Captain Jack Harkness, End of Days),(The Sarah Jane Adventures: Revenge of the Slitheen, The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith, The Mad Woman in the Attic, The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith), (Class: For Tonight We Might Die)||1:20|
|4||"Cassandra's Waltz"||The End of the World, New Earth||3:10|
|5||"Slitheen"||Aliens of London/World War Three, Boom Town, Love & Monsters, The Day of the Doctor||1:24|
|6||"Father's Day"||Father's Day, The Parting of the Ways, Rise of the Cybermen||1:57|
|7||"Rose in Peril"||Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways, The Impossible Planet, The Stolen Earth, Cold War (Next Time trailer), Robot of Sherwood (Next Time trailer)||1:41|
|8||"Boom Town Suite"||Boom Town||3:04|
|9||"I'm Coming to Get You"||Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways||1:14|
|10||"Hologram"||The Parting of the Ways, Doomsday, Last of the Time Lords, Journey's End||2:17|
|11||"Rose Defeats The Daleks"||The Parting of the Ways, The Satan Pit, Journey's End||2:33|
|12||"Clockwork TARDIS"||The End of the World, Attack of the Graske, Time Crash||1:20|
|13||"Harriet Jones, Prime Minister"||World War Three, The Christmas Invasion, The Stolen Earth, Dreamland||2:15|
|14||"Rose's Theme"||The End of the World, The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, Utopia, The Stolen Earth/Journey's End, The End of Time, Hide (TV story)||2:16|
|15||"Song For Ten" (performed by Neil Hannon)||Extended version of song used in The Christmas Invasion (originally recorded by Tim Phillips) with additional lyrics (non-vocal versions in School Reunion, The Idiot's Lantern, Army of Ghosts Journey's End, The End of Time)||3:29|
|16||"The Face of Boe"||New Earth, Gridlock||1:18|
|17||"UNIT"||The Christmas Invasion, The Sound of Drums, Dreamland, (variation used in The Sontaran Stratagem/The Poison Sky, Planet of the Dead), (The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor)||1:46|
|18||"Seeking The Doctor"||Rose, School Reunion, Love & Monsters, Army of Ghosts, The Stolen Earth||0:43|
|19||"Madame de Pompadour"||The Girl in the Fireplace||3:46|
|20||"Tooth and Claw"||Tooth and Claw, The Satan Pit||3:52|
|21||"The Lone Dalek"||Dalek, The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit, Doomsday||5:01|
|22||"New Adventures"||Boom Town, The Parting of the Ways, New Earth, The Satan Pit, Doomsday, Human Nature||2:21|
|23||"Finding Jackie"||The Parting of the Ways, The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters||0:54|
|24||"Monster Bossa"||Boom Town, Love & Monsters, Hide (Trailer at end of episode)||1:39|
|25||"The Daleks"||Dalek, Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways, Army of Ghosts/Doomsday, Evolution of the Daleks, Journey's End (discordant note used multiple times in Daleks in Manhattan and Evolution of the Daleks along with ending section),variation in Victory of the Daleks||3:03|
|26||"The Cybermen"||Rise of the Cybermen/The Age of Steel, Army of Ghosts/Doomsday, very briefly heard in Human Nature, The Next Doctor, brief snatch heard in The Pandorica Opens, Closing Time, Nightmare in Silver, Dark Water/Death in Heaven||4:34|
|27||"Doomsday"||Rose, Fear Her (Trailer at end of episode), Doomsday, Partners in Crime, Planet of the Ood, The Stolen Earth (fully orchestral), Twice Upon a Time||5:11|
|28||"The Impossible Planet"||The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit, Doomsday, Journey's End||3:13|
|29||"Sycorax Encounter"||The Christmas Invasion, Love & Monsters||1:13|
|30||"Love Don't Roam" (performed by Neil Hannon)||The Runaway Bride||3:59|
|31||"Doctor Who Theme" (album version)||Special Remix for the album||2:31|
- Included with the CD was a booklet featuring pictures of the Ninth Doctor, a Cyberman, the Tenth Doctor, Novice Hame, Rose Tyler, a Dalek flying saucer, a member of the Slitheen family and Dalek Sec.
- Also included were an introduction by Julie Gardner and notes on each track by Murray Gold, the composer of the music.
- There was a "Collector's Limited Edition" release of this CD, which included a small badge featuring the image[which?] on the cover.
- The version of Song for Ten heard on this album differs from the version heard originally in The Christmas Invasion. The CD version is performed by Neil Hannon (in lieu of original performer Tim Phillips) and includes additional verses referencing the events of Doomsday.
- The total run time for the CD was 75 minutes and 26 seconds.
- In 2008, a new edition of the CD was issued, with Rose Tyler's image removed from the cover art and a new image of the Tenth Doctor.