Soundtrack Vol. 1 Cover

The cover of Due South: The Original Television Soundtrack

Due South: The Original Television Soundtrack is a compilation CD released on October 1, 1996 by Nettwerk Records. It contains tracks that have appeared in various episodes of Due South during the first two seasons.

Track ListingEdit

  1. "Due South Theme (Lyrical)" by Jay Semko (ending credits, all episodes)
  2. "Bone Of Contention" by Spirit of the West (An Eye for An Eye)
  3. "Cabin Music" by Jay Semko (Due South Pilot)
  4. "Possession (Piano Version)" by Sarah McLachlan (Victoria's Secret, Part 1)
  5. "Horses" by Jay Semko; performed by Ashley MacIsaac (They Eat Horses, Don't They?)
  6. "Akua Tuta" by Kashtin (A Hawk and a Handsaw)
  7. "American Woman" by The Guess Who (Diefenbaker's Day Off)
  8. "Henry Martin" by Figgy Duff (Gift of the Wheelman)
  9. "Ride Forever" by Paul Gross (All the Queen's Horses)
  10. "Flying" by Blue Rodeo (Some Like it Red)
  11. "Due South Theme" by Jay Semko (opening credits, all episodes)
  12. "Neon Blue" by Holly Cole Trio (Chicago Holiday, Part 1)
  13. "Victoria's Secret" by Jay Semko (Victoria's Secret, Part 1 & 2)
  14. "Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft" by Klaatu (Starman)
  15. "Eia, Mater (From Stabat Mater)" by Andrew Davis (The Deal)
  16. "Fraser / Inuit Soliloquy" by Paul Gross (An Eye for An Eye)
  17. "Dief's In Love" by Jay Semko (The Wild Bunch)


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