Breaking Bad: Original Score From The Television Series
features incidental music specially composed for the series scored by
. The album featuring 20 tracks of compositions was released on August 24, 2012. The
was released on September 27, 2013 and featured 20 further tracks.
Breaking Bad Main Title Theme (Extended)
Matches In The Pool
Walt throws lit matches into his pool.
Smoking Jesse's Pot
...and the Bag's in the River During the episode teaser and while Walt sits in his car on the highway bridge.
The Morning After
...and the Bag's in the River
Jesse returns to his house the morning after Walt has killed Krazy-8.
Three Days Out
4 Days Out Jesse finds Walt coughing up blood and as he tries to trickle charge the generator.
Down Walt retrieves his money from the vent in his home.
Mandala Walt retrieves the meth in Jesse's apartment.
Phoenix Walt delivers the meth and rushes to the
Phoenix Walt goes back to Jesse's apartment.
No Más During the episode teaser and when
The Cousins change their clothes.
Caballo Sin Nombre The Cousins "talk" with
One Minute The Cousins place the picture of
Hank on the shrine.
Hank In Pursuit
Green Light Hank leaves the gas station and looks at the ATM.
One Minute Hank beats up Jesse.
The Long Walk Alone (Heisenberg's Theme)
Full Measure Walt walks over to meet
Gus and at the start of the end credits.
Thirty-Eight Snub Walt approaches Gus' house and during the end credits.
Say My Name Walt, Jesse &
Mike arrive to the meet in the teaser.
Searching For Jesse
Bullet Points Walt looks for Jesse at his home and during the end credits.
Shotgun Walt drives from the
superlab to Pollos Hermanos.
Four Corners / Waiting For The End
Skyler & Holly visit Four Corners.
Jesse In Mexico
Salud Jesse is taken to the cartel lab.
Crawl Space Walt searches for money in the crawl space.
End Times Jesse accuses Walt of poisoning
Brock and threatens to shoot him.
Face Off Walt retrieves some money from his home.
Parking Garage Standoff
End Times Gus and his men return to his car.
Live Free or Die Walt cleans up the bomb making equipment & Lily of the Valley from his house.
Buyout During the teaser.
↑ A different version of the Main Title Theme appears in "
" and was released on Granite State the second volume of the original score under the name "Dimple Pinch Neat". ↑ A different version of Heisenberg's Theme appears in "
" and was released on the second volume of the original score under the name Granite State "The Final Hat".