|Torchwood: Original Television Soundtrack|
|Soundtrack album by Ben Foster, Murray Gold and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales|
|Released|| 5 August 2008 (download)|
22 September 2008
|Label||Silva Screen Records|
|Torchwood soundtrack chronology|
Torchwood: Original Television Soundtrack is a soundtrack album which was released on 22 September 2008, containing incidental music composed by Ben Foster and Murray Gold and used in the first and second series of the British science fiction television programme Torchwood .
Ben Foster is a BAFTA award-winning British composer, best known for his work on the BBC series Torchwood and as orchestrator for Murray Gold on Doctor Who and for Marc Streitenfeld on Prometheus and The Grey. He is also known for his work as the conductor for Peter Gabriel's Scratch my Back world tour and albums, and for the BBC Proms Doctor Who events.
Murray Jonathan Gold is a five-time BAFTA nominated English composer for stage, film, and television and a dramatist for both theatre and radio. He is best known as the musical director and composer of the music for Doctor Who from 2005, until he stepped down in 2018 after the tenth series aired in 2017.
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Ahead of the official release, the album became available for download on the American iTunes Store on 5 August 2008, and on the Silva Screen website on 8 August 2008.
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|5.||"Toshiko & Tommy"||3:05|
|6.||"Into the Hub"||2:05|
|9.||"Jack's Love Theme"||1:50|
|10.||"Another Day, Another Death"||2:45|
|11.||"Look Right, Then Leave"||2:48|
|12.||"Welcome to Planet Earth"||1:51|
|14.||"Out of Time"||1:27|
|15.||"The Death of Dr. Owen Harper"||2:11|
|16.||"King of the Weevils"||4:09|
|17.||"Owen Fights Death"||1:50|
|18.||"The Woman on the Roof"||2:22|
|20.||"Pearl & the Ghostmaker"||2:24|
|21.||"Flat Holm Island"||2:08|
|22.||"A Boy Called Jonah"||4:53|
|23.||"Toshiko Sato - Betrayal and Redemption"||3:46|
|24.||"Gwen & Rhys"||1:14|
|25.||"Jack Joins Torchwood"||1:34|
|26.||"Captain Jack's Theme"||3:16|
|27.||"I Believe in Him"||1:31|
|28.||"Memories of Gray"||2:29|
|30.||"Death of Toshiko"||2:19|
|31.||"The End Is Where We Start From"||2:24|
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