Original Television Soundtrack is a soundtrack album from the television series House. It was released on September 18, 2007 by Nettwerk Records. The soundtrack includes full length versions of songs featured in the show, such as "See the World" by Gomez, "Walter Reed" by Michael Penn, and "Teardrop", the show's opening theme, performed by Massive Attack.
Original Television Soundtrack. Label: Nettwerk – 5 0325. Executive-Producer – Bryan Singer, David Shore, Katie Jacobs, Paul Attanasio. Executive-Producer – Shelli Hill. Layout – Artwerks Design. Legal – Michelle Dubuc, Patrick Aldous. Mastered By – Gavin Lurssen. Producer – Gary Calamar, Lynn Grossman, Maria Alonte McCoy. Supervised By – Gary Calamar, Lynn Grossman.
Original Television Soundtrack) Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Just like Dr. House himself, the soundtrack to the hit TV series manages to be both eclectic and brilliant, with a definite edge. The TV show frequently features a song that captures the feel of the episode, and this collection presents a representative selection of those pieces. The album features some amazing tracks - Michael Penn's "Walter Reed" is a bittersweet yet powerful ballad. Amazingly enough, Elvis Costello's cover of Christina Aguilara's "Beautiful" manages to work despite its unlikely heritage.
Executive-Producer – Shelli Hill. Original Television Soundtrack オリジナル ＴＶ サウンドトラック Ｄｒ． ＨＯＵＳＥ (CD, Comp, Promo). Nettwerk, Imperial Records, Universal Media Studios.
Everwood (Original Television Soundtrack). by Various Artists - 13 Tracks - 45:27. Release date 10/19/2004. 4. Only Living Boy In New York.
Original Television Soundtrack. Released in the fall of 2007, just as the series’ excellent fourth season was about to begin, the soundtrack to House, . rounds up songs that were used in the series, usually during the contemplative final act of the show. Most of these are in a rootsy AAA vein - Elvis Costello covers Christina Aguilera’s Beautiful, Michael Penn has Walter Reed, Josh Rouse, Josh Ritter, Lucinda Williams, Ben Harper, Gomez, and Jon Cleary all make appearances, and there's a version of You Can’t Always Get What You Want performed by Band from TV, which happens to feature Dr. Gregory.