List of Miami Vice soundtracks

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The following is a list of soundtrack releases for the American crime drama television series Miami Vice (1984–1990).

Contents

Miami Vice

Miami Vice
Soundtrack album by
various artists
ReleasedOctober 26, 1985
Genre
Label MCA
Producer
Various artists chronology
Miami Vice
(1985)
Miami Vice II
(1986)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
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No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."The Original Miami Vice Theme" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer1:00
2."Smuggler's Blues" (performed by Glenn Frey)3:48
3."Own the Night" (performed by Chaka Khan)
4:49
4."You Belong to the City" (performed by Glenn Frey)
  • Frey
  • Tempchin
Frey5:49
5."In the Air Tonight" (performed by Phil Collins)CollinsCollins5:27
6."Miami Vice" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer2:26
7."Vice" (performed by Grandmaster Melle Mel)
  • Glover
  • L. Robinson
4:59
8."Better Be Good to Me" (performed by Tina Turner) Rupert Hine 5:08
9."Flashback" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer3:20
10."Chase" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer2:38
11."Evan" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer3:06

Charts

Certifications

Certifications for Miami Vice
RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Austria (IFPI Austria) [22] Gold25,000*
Canada (Music Canada) [23] 3× Platinum300,000^
New Zealand (RMNZ) [24] Platinum15,000^
United Kingdom (BPI) [25] Gold100,000^
United States (RIAA) [26] 4× Platinum4,000,000^

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

Miami Vice II

Miami Vice II
Soundtrack album by
various artists
ReleasedDecember 29, 1986
Genre
Length43:11
Label MCA
Producer
Various artists chronology
Miami Vice
(1985)
Miami Vice II
(1986)
Miami Vice III
(1988)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic Star full.svgStar full.svgStar empty.svgStar empty.svgStar empty.svg [27]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Mercy" (performed by Steve Jones)JonesBob Rose4:27
2."Send It to Me" (performed by Gladys Knight & the Pips)
4:12
3."Take Me Home" (performed by Phil Collins)Collins
5:51
4."The Last Unbroken Heart" (performed by Patti LaBelle and Bill Champlin) Jay Graydon 3:53
5."Crockett's Theme" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer3:25
6."When the Rain Comes Down" (performed by Andy Taylor)
  • Taylor
  • Jones
  • Taylor
  • Jones
  • George Tutko [a]
3:52
7."Lover" (performed by Roxy Music)
3:52
8."Lives in the Balance" (performed by Jackson Browne)BrowneBrowne4:13
9."In Dulce Decorum" (performed by The Damned)The Damned Jon Kelly 4:34
10."Miami Vice: New York Theme" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer3:53
11."The Original Miami Vice Theme" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer0:59

Notes

Charts

Certifications

Certifications for Miami Vice II
RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Germany (BVMI) [36] Platinum500,000^
Netherlands (NVPI) [37] Gold50,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland) [38] Platinum50,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

Miami Vice III

Miami Vice III
Soundtrack album by
various artists
ReleasedOctober 23, 1988
Genre
Label MCA
Producer
Various artists chronology
Miami Vice II
(1986)
Miami Vice III
(1988)
The Best of Miami Vice
(1989)
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Follow My Rainbow" (performed by Sheena Easton) Babyface
4:52
2."Satellite" (performed by The Hooters)
  • Chertoff
  • Hyman
  • Bazilian
4:12
3."Looking for Someone to Love" (performed by the Stray Cats)Stray Cats1:50
4."Moon on Ice" (performed by Yello)Yello4:13
5."New York Theme" (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer3:42
6."Dirty Laundry" (performed by Don Henley)
5:34
7."I Got You (I Feel Good)" (performed by James Brown)BrownBrown2:44
8."Devil with a Blue Dress On/Good Golly Miss Molly" (Medley) (performed by Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels) Bob Crewe 3:03
9."Call It Love" (performed by Yello)
  • Blank
  • Meier
  • Mackenzie
Yello5:04
10."The Wedding" (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer3:22

Charts

Chart performance for Miami Vice III
Chart (1988)Peak
position
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria) [39] 25
European Albums ( Music & Media ) [40] 79
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) [41] 32

The Best of Miami Vice (1989)

The Best of Miami Vice
Soundtrack album by
various artists
Released1989
Length64:50
Label MCA
Producer
Various artists chronology
Miami Vice III
(1988)
The Best of Miami Vice
(1989)
Miami Vice: The Complete Collection
(2002)
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."The Original Miami Vice Theme" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer1:00
2."Better Be Good to Me" (performed by Tina Turner) Rupert Hine 5:12
3."In the Air Tonight" (performed by Phil Collins)CollinsCollins5:29
4."Smuggler's Blues" (performed by Glenn Frey)3:45
5."The Last Unbroken Heart" (performed by Patti LaBelle and Bill Champlin) Jay Graydon 3:53
6."One Way Out" (Instrumental) (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer4:15
7."Satellite" (performed by The Hooters)
  • Chertoff
  • Hyman
  • Bazilian
4:12
8."Vice" (performed by Grandmaster Melle Mel)
  • Glover
  • L. Robinson
5:00
9."Crockett's Theme" (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer3:25
10."Take Me Home" (performed by Phil Collins)Collins
5:51
11."Heartbeat" (performed by Don Johnson)Chas Sandford4:21
12."You Belong to the City" (performed by Glenn Frey)
  • Frey
  • Tempchin
Frey5:30
13."Lives in the Balance" (performed by Jackson Browne)BrowneBrowne4:13
14."Lover" (performed by Roxy Music)
3:52
15."Follow My Rainbow" (performed by Sheena Easton) Babyface
4:52

Charts

Chart performance for The Best of Miami Vice (1989)
Chart (1990)Peak
position
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) [42] 27

Miami Vice: The Complete Collection

Miami Vice: The Complete Collection
Soundtrack album by
ReleasedApril 23, 2002 [43]
Genre Electronic
Length131:46
Label One Way
Producer Jan Hammer
Jan Hammer chronology
The Best of Miami Vice
(1989)
Miami Vice: The Complete Collection
(2002)
The Best of Miami Vice
(2006)

In 2002, after extensive pressure from fans of the show, Jan Hammer finally released a more comprehensive collection of the score music he wrote for Miami Vice. While the first disc contained music that had already been released on previous soundtracks (namely the three Miami Vice albums and Hammer's own album, Escape from Television ), the second CD featured cues that had never previously been released in any format. However, the album was released in only limited numbers and today copies can sell for over $100. The album can be downloaded in its entirety, along with a bonus track, from Hammer's official website.

All tracks are written by Jan Hammer.

Disc one
No.TitleLength
1."Original Miami Vice Theme"1:00
2."Crockett's Theme"3:32
3."New York Theme"2:59
4."Tubbs and Valerie"3:32
5."Evan"3:06
6."Rum Cay"3:03
7."One Way Out"4:15
8."Flashback"3:19
9."Chase"2:39
10."Theresa"3:07
11."Colombia"2:39
12."Marina"3:41
13."Last Flight"3:30
14."Night Talk"2:44
15."Payback"3:45
16."Poem"3:05
17."Rico's Blues"2:54
18."The Trial and the Search"4:55
19."Wedding"3:23
20."Miami Vice Theme"2:26
Disc two
No.TitleLength
1."Candy"3:03
2."Voodoo Dance"3:48
3."Lombard Trial"2:35
4."Boat Party"3:06
5."Angelina Flashback"3:26
6."Rain"2:33
7."Clues"3:53
8."Crockett's Return"3:23
9."Shadow in the Dark"3:08
10."Incoming"2:06
11."The Talk"5:11
12."Gina"3:01
13."Stone's War"2:02
14."El Viejo Mix"3:05
15."Airport Swap"2:20
16."Russian Story"4:13
17."Cool Runnin'"2:35
18."Texas Ranger"2:21
19."The Great Boat Race"2:52
20."Golden Triangle"2:47
21."Runaround"3:22
22."Turning Point"1:25

The Best of Miami Vice (2006)

The Best of Miami Vice
Soundtrack album by
various artists
ReleasedJuly 4, 2006 [44]
Genre
  • Electronic
  • rock
Length55:18
Label
Producer
Various artists chronology
Miami Vice: The Complete Collection
(2002)
The Best of Miami Vice
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic Star full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar half.svgStar empty.svg [44]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Miami Vice Theme" (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer2:27
2."You Belong to the City" (performed by Glenn Frey)Frey5:52
3."Hit Me with Your Best Shot" (performed by Pat Benatar) Edward Schwartz Keith Olsen 2:52
4."Bad to the Bone" (performed by George Thorogood and The Destroyers)Thorogood Terry Manning 4:50
5."Better Be Good to Me" (performed by Tina Turner) Rupert Hine 5:10
6."I'm So Excited" (performed by The Pointer Sisters) Richard Perry 3:54
7."Mercy (Where Is the Love I Lost)" (performed by Steve Jones)JonesBob Rose4:29
8."Crockett's Theme" (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer3:26
9."Smuggler's Blues" (performed by Glenn Frey)
  • Frey
  • Tempchin
3:50
10."The Glamorous Life" (performed by Sheila E.)Sheila E. Prince 3:42
11."I Want to Know What Love Is" (performed by Foreigner) Mick Jones 5:00
12."Lives in the Balance" (performed by Jackson Browne)BrowneBrowne4:15
13."Turn Up the Radio" (performed by Autograph)
  • Steve Plunkett
  • Randy Rand
  • Steven Isham
  • Steve Lynch
  • Keni Richards
Neil Kernon 4:36
14."The Original Miami Vice Theme" (performed by Jan Hammer)HammerHammer1:02

Charts

Chart performance for The Best of Miami Vice (2006)
Chart (2006)Peak
position
US Soundtrack Albums (Billboard) [45] 12

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