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Los Cuates De Sinaloa - Negro y Azul

"Negro y Azul: The Ballad of Heisenberg" from the episode "Negro y Azul".

Breaking Bad''s original score is composed by Dave Porter. The show also draws on the work of other popular recording artists with Music Supervision by Thomas Golubić. A selection of tracks from the soundtrack were released as Music from the Original Series Breaking Bad in 2010 and tracks from the original score have been released in two volumes, one in 2012 followed by a second in 2013.

Additional information about the music used in the AMC television series, "Breaking Bad," can be found at the following sites:

SUPERMUSICVISION -- Thomas Golubić's website

Dave Porter -- Dave Porter's website

Season 1, Season 2, Season 3, Season 4, Season 5 -- AMC's website

Season 1

Episode 1: Pilot

Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #1"
Eric Chun, "Cruisin"
Stonewall Jackson, "Come on Home and Have Your Next Affair With Me"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #2"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #3"
Dave Porter, "Matches in the Pool"[1]
Richard Wagner, "Ride of the Valkyries" performed by Dean Norris as Hank
Carolina Slim, "Dirty South Hustla"
Rodrigo y Gabriela, "Tamacun"
The In Crowd, "Mango Walk"[2]
Working for a Nuclear Free City, "Dead Fingers Talking"
FDK (feat. Tori Papa) (Marc Ferrari, Jonaty Garcia, and Josh Kessler), "A Gosar"
Pudge, "Get Low"
Molotov, "Apocalypshit"
Mick Harvey, "Out of Time Man"[2]
Episode 2: Cat's in the Bag... Clyde McPhatter, "You're Movin' Me"
Dave Porter, "The Bike Lock"[3]
Trump, "Keep Ballin'"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #4"
Ticklah, "Nine Years"
Glen Phillips, "The Hole"
Episode 3:

...and the Bag's in the River

Dave Porter, "Gray Matter"[1]
Sasha Dobson, "Without You"
Dave Porter, "The Missing Piece"[2]
Dave Porter, "The Morning After"[2]
Episode 4: Cancer Man Black Feather, "Étienne de Silhouette"
The Pack, "Fly"
Dave Porter, "Walt Bandages His Leg"[2]
Say Anything, "Baby Girl, I'm a Blur"
Amadeus Quartet, "Quartet No. 53 in D major, The Lark, Op. 64, No. 5, Second movement, Adagio cantabile by Joseph Haydn"
Dave Porter, "You're All They Talk About"[2]
Darondo, "Didn't I"
Episode 5: Gray Matter

Bronx River Parkway, "Deixa Pra La"
Bronx River Parkway, "Más y Más"
Koop (feat. Ane Brun), "Koop Island Blues"
Fujiya & Miyagi, "Uh"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #5"
Empusae + Nick Grey, "Black Lines in a Diagram"

Episode 6: Crazy Handful of Nothin'
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #6"
The Charlie Steinmann Orchestra and Choir (lyrics Paul Rothmann), "It is Such a Good Night"
That Click Gang, "Pa La Playa"
Max One, "Rompo"
Bernie Leadon, "Suntan Lotion"
Dave Porter, "Follicles"[3]
Jonaty Garcia "Los Pistoleros"
The Silver Seas "Catch Yer Own Train"[2]
Episode 7: A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal Hurricane Chris (feat. Big Poppa & HollyHood Bay Bay, "The Hand Clap"
10,000 Maniacs, "Candy Everybody Wants"
The Motels, "Suddenly Last Summer"
Johann Sebastian Bach, "Concerto for 2 Violins, Strings and Continuo in D minor, BWV 1043, Second movement, Largo ma non tanto" performed by Bettine Clemen & Hanz Friedman
Keziah Jones, "Beautiful Emilie"
Gnarls Barkley, "Who's Gonna Save My Soul"
Season 2
Episode 1: Seven Thirty-Seven J.J. Cale, "Any Way the Wind Blows"
Richard Myhill, "Skydance (a)"
Holy Fuck, "They're Going to Take My Thumbs"
Episode 2: Grilled The Walkmen, "Red Moon"[2]
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #1"
Episode 3: Bit by a Dead Bee Bob James, "Feel Like Makin' Love"
The Be Good Tanyas, "Waiting Around to Die"
Episode 4: Down Benny Mardones, "Into the Night"
TwaüghtHammër, "Fallacies" (performed by Aaron Paul as Jesse and Drew Waters as Paul)[2]
The Spokes Men, "Let Your Love Flow"
Dave Porter, "Vent"[1]
Nancy Sinatra, "It's Such a Pretty World Today"
Episode 5: Breakage Johnny Ringo, "Hook 'Em Horns"
Dave Porter, "Schraderbrau" performed by Dean Norris as Hank
Big Jack Johnson (with Kim Wilson and Pinetop Perkins), "Lonesome Road"
Alvin "Red" Tyler, "Peanut Vendor"[2]
Episode 6: Peekaboo John Coltrane, "By the Numbers"
Episode 7: Negro y Azul Los Cuates de Sinaloa, "Negro y Azul: The Ballad of Heisenberg"[2]
Federal Civil Defense Administration, "Duck and Cover"
Miguel Enriquez y Sus Torrenciales, "Nariz Inquieta"
Episode 8: Better Call Saul Sleepyhouse, "Island Bounce"
Far East Movement, "Holla Hey"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #2"
Dave Porter, "Better Call Saul!" performed by Bob Odenkirk as Saul
Santiago Deep, "El Ruso Bailando (Original Mix)"
The Lions, "Thin Man Skank"
Pat Boone, "America The Beautiful"
Peter Jackson, "Star-Spangled Banner"
Calexico, "Banderilla"[2]
Episode 9: 4 Days Out Blue Mink, "Good Morning Freedom"
The Black Seeds, "One by One"[2]
Dave Porter, "Three Days Out"[1]
Episode 10: Over Wang Chung, "Dance Hall Days" (re-record)
The Marshall Tucker Band, "Heard it in a Love Song"
Robert Palmer, "Every Kinda People"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #1"
Yellow Man, "Zungguzungguguzungguzeng" (12"Mix)[2]
Chops & Lil Weavah, "My Rims"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #3"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #3 (Reprise)"
TV On The Radio, "DLZ"
Episode 11: Mandala The High Plane Drifters, "Electricity in my Bones"
Patty & Mildred J. Hill, "Happy Birthday To You" performed by Anna Gunn as Skyler in the style of Marilyn Monroe
The Platters, "Enchanted"
Dave Porter, "Baby's Coming"[1]
Episode 12: Phoenix Dave Porter, "Baby's Coming"[1]
Susie Boehm, "Desperate Times Desperate Measures"
Traditional, "Hush Little Baby" performed by Anna Gunn as Skyler
The Outlaws, "Green Grass & High Tides"
Dave Porter, "Jane's Demise"[1]
Episode 13: ABQ

Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #4"
Steve Gorn, "Afterglow"
Chocolate Genius, Inc., "Life"

Season 3
Episode 1: No Más Dave Porter, "The Cousins"[1]
Episode 2: Caballo Sin Nombre America, "Horse With No Name"
Tight Phantomz, "Black Seas At the Crib"
Pat Boone, "America the Beautiful"
Ambros Seelos, "Morning Sun"
Dave Porter, "The Cousins"[1]
Timber Timbre, "Magic Arrow"
Episode 3: I.F.T. Traditional, "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" performed by Anna Gunn as Skyler
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #1"
Dave Porter, "The Cousins"[1]
The Amboy Dukes, "Loaded for Bear"
ZZ Top, "Tush"
Episode 4: Green Light Pat Boone, "Battle Hymn of the Republic"
U.S. Marine Band, "America the Beautiful"
Dave Porter, "Hank in Pursuit"[1]
Buddy Stuart, "In the Valley of the Sun"
Episode 5: Más Luke Walker and DJ Loki, "Alpaca"
Teddybears, "Rocket Scientist"
Norman Candler and Jeff Newmann, "Satin Lover (A)"
Peder, "Timetakesthetimetimetakes"
Episode 6: Sunset

Buddy Stuart, "Sun Shine On Me"
Vince Guaraldi & Bola Sete, "Ginza Samba"
Los Zafiros, "He Venido (Bolero)"
Dave Porter, "Breaking Bad 'Sunset' End Credits"[3]

Episode 7: One Minute Dave Porter, "The Cousins"[1]
Dave Porter, "Hank in Pursuit"[1]
Badar Ali Khan, "Black Night"
Episode 8: I See You Left Lane Cruiser, "Waynedale"
Prince Fatty (feat. Horseman), "Shimmy Shimmy Ya"
Episode 9: Kafkaesque Chuy Flores, "Veneno"
Jimmy Dunn Band, "Bossa For Laura"
Howard Jones, "New Song"
Rod Taylor, "Mr. Money Man"
Episode 10: Fly Traditional, "Hush, Little Baby" performed by Anna Gunn as Skyler
Cumbre Nortena, "Simplemente Amame"
Episode 11: Abiquiú Son of Dave, "Shake A Bone"
The American Military Band, "America The Beautiful"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #2"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #3"
Grupo Fantasmo, "Sabado En El Parque"
Stan Getz, "Lee"
Zoraida Beato, "Tus Ojos"
Episode 12: Half Measures The Association, "Windy"
The Red Garland Trio & Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis, "Softly Baby"
Jazz Session Trio & Quartet, "Waltz Trio Session"
Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle, "La Marseillaise" performed by Betsy Brandt as Marie
Episode 13: Full Measure Dave Porter, "308 Negra Arroyo Lane"[3]
Dave Porter, "The Long Walk Alone (Heisenberg's Theme)"[1]
Beastie Boys, "Shambala"
Quartetto Cetra, "Crapa Pelada"
Pat Boone, "America the Beautiful (Reprise)"
張帆 (Zhang Fan), "滿場飛 (Man Chang Fei)"
Season 4
Episode 1: Box Cutter Tee-Double, "Bringing It Back"
Dave Porter, "Eyeball in the Drawer"[3]
Jamie Dunlap, Scott Nickoley, and Stephen Lang, "I Don't Mind"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #1"
Alexander, "Truth"
Episode 2:Thirty-Eight Snub

D/R Period, "Money"
The Trak Kartel, "Up in the Club"
Flavor Flav, "Unga Bunga Bunga"
M.O.P. (Mash Out Posse), "Raise Hell"
Dub-Boro (Ed E. Ruger, DJ Phillie Phresh, Dubkiller & JJ the Jenius), "Get Down"
Dave Porter, "The Long Walk Alone (Heisenberg's Theme)"[1]
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #2"
Honey Claws, "Digital Animal"

Episode 3: Open House Dave's True Story, "Spasm"
Fever Ray, "If I Had a Heart"
Episode 4: Bullet Points Melani L. Skybell, "Days Like This"
Peter Schilling, "Major Tom (Coming Home)" performed by David Costabile as Gale Boetticher
El-P (feat. Trent Reznor), "Flyentology (Cassettes Won't Listen Remix)"
Crown City Rockers, "Break"
Bassnectar (feat. Mighty High Coup), "The 808 Track"
Dave Porter, "Searching for Jesse"[1]
Episode 5: Shotgun Dave Porter, "Aztek"[1]
Ana Tijoux , "1977"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #3"
TwaüghtHammër, "Fallacies" performed by Aaron Paul as Jesse[2]
Arturo Salas, "Corrido de Tiburcio Calderon"
Unknown Artist, "Unknown Track #4"
Episode 6: Cornered Conway Twitty, "(I Can't Believe) She Gives it all to Me"
Tinie Tempah (feat. Wiz Khalifa), "Till I'm Gone"
Dave Porter, "Four Corners / Waiting for the End"[1]
James Hand, "Here Lies A Good Old Boy"
Episode 7: Problem Dog Pretty Poison, "Catch Me (I'm Falling)"
The Pretenders, "Boots of Chinese Plastic"
The Fixx, "Saved By Zero"
Episode 8: Hermanos Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, "Concerto for Flute and Harp in C major, K. 299, Second movement, Andantino" performed by Richard Edlinger and the Capella Istroplitana Ensemble with Hana Mullerova (Harp) and Jiri Valek (Flute)
Walter Wanderley, "Crickets Sing for Anamaria (Os Grilos)"
Fritz's Polka Band, "Grandparent's Polka [From "The Big Joe Polka Show"]"
Episode 9: Bug Survivor, "Eye of the Tiger" performed by Dean Norris as Hank
Thomas Dolby, "Hyperactive!"
Nat Adderley, "Scrambled Eggs"
Patrick Prouty, "Remembering Section 403"
Episode 10: Salud Dave Porter, "Jesse in Mexico"[1]
Bang Data, "Bang Data"
Thee Oh Sees, "Tidal Wave"
Dave Porter, "Salud"[3]
Episode 11: Crawl Space Dave Porter, "Crawl Space"[1]
Episode 12: End Times Apollo Sunshine, "We Are Born When We Die"
Pistolera, "Nuevos Ojos"
Dave Porter, "Building a Bomb"[3]
Dave Porter, "Parking Garage Standoff"[1]
Episode 13: Face Off Dave Porter, "Crawl Space"[1]
Fritz's Polka Band, "Here is Fritz's Polka Band/The Party's Just Begun [From "The Big Joe Polka Show"]"
Bill McGuffie, "Monaco"
Erik Janson & Bevan Manson, "I Wonder"
Alan Moorhouse, "Dreams of You"
Apparat, "Goodbye (instrumental)"
Daniel May, "Fourth Floor, Ladies Shoes"
Taalbi Brothers, "Freestyle"
Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi (feat. Norah Jones), "Black"
Season 5
Episode 1: Live Free or Die Javaroo, "Love is Running Through Me (aka "Running Through Me")"
David Castle, "Music for Your Soul (aka "Conversations")"
Dave Porter, "Cleaning House"[1]
Episode 2: Madrigal Whitey, "Stay On The Outside"
The Coachmen, "I Can't Hide It"
Mack Owen, "Somebody Just Like You"
Episode 3: Hazard Pay Doghouse Lords "Gambler's Guts (aka You Got The Guts?)"
Sergio Caro, "Los Galvez's y los Contrera's"
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, "Solfeggietto No. 2 in C Minor, H 220, Wq. 117" performed by Charles Baker as Skinny Pete
The Peddlers, "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"
Lyle Murphy, "Three Blind Mice (The Three Stooges Main Theme)"
Episode 4: Fifty-One Easterling & Gildersleeve, "Good and Lonely"
Mark Denny Preston (aka Mark D. Preston), "My Good Thing's Gone"
Knife Party, "Bonfire"
Episode 5: Dead Freight Dave Porter, "Dead Freight"[3]
Episode 6: Buyout Dave Porter, "Disassemble"[1]
Will Hays, "The Lily of the Valley" whistled by Bryan Cranston as Walter White
Dave Porter, "Radiator"[3]
Episode 7: Say My Name Dave Porter, "The Long Walk Alone (Heisenberg's Theme)"[1]
Alan Hawkshaw and Alan Parker, "Clear Waters (A)"
Duke Ellington (feat. Johnny Hodge & Paul Gonzalves), "Overture" [From Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s, “The Nutcracker Suite”] (Remastered)
The Monkees, "Goin' Down"
Reg Tilsley, "Return To Summer"
Episode 8: Gliding Over All Paul Abler, "Night in the City"
Paul Abler, "Clear Skies"
Alexander McCabe, "Spindrift"
Nat King Cole & George Shearing, "Pick Yourself Up"
Tommy James and the Shondells, "Crystal Blue Persuasion"
Squeeze, "Up the Junction"
Episode 9: Blood Money

Dave Porter, "White House Visit"[3]
Squeeze, "If I Didn't Love You"
The Longo Brothers (feat. Moe Koffman), "Manhattan"
Jim White, "Wordmule"
Mr. & Mrs. Yellowman, "Where Is Santa Claus"
Chill Wills, "The Battle Hymn Of The Republic"
Patricia Cory, "Patriotic"

Episode 10: Buried Country Six Stringers, "Loving You (aka Being with You)"
Floyd Cramer, "Tomorrow's Gone"
Floyd Cramer, "(These Are) The Young Years"
Chancha Via Circuito, "Quimey Neuquén (Remix of José Larralde Original)"
Episode 11: Confessions Rita Remington and the Smokey Valley Symphony, "Midnight Blue"
Mack Self, "Everyday"
Slim Rhodes, "Gonna Romp and Stomp"
Liza Carbe and Jean-Pierre Durand, "La Casa de Olvera B"
Liza Carbe and Jean-Pierre Durand, "Chaparrita A"
Francisco Rodriguez/Marc Ferrari/Matt Hirt, "A la Orilla del Mar (Instrumental)"
Chieli Minucci/Emanuel Kallins/Steve Skinner, "Living the Dream"
Dave Porter, "Almost Alaska"[3]
Die Solisten der SDR Big Band, "Nice N' Easy"
Dave Porter, "Gas Can Rage"[3]
Episode 12: Rabid Dog Dave Porter, "Fumes"[3]
The Bambi Molesters, "Chaotica"
Dave Porter, "Gas Can Rage"[3]
M3m, "Hello Kitty Wonderland (Instrumental)"
Dave Porter, "Circling the Square"[3]
Episode 13: To'hajiilee Steve Perry, "Oh Sherrie"
Jay Ferguson, "Thunder Island"
Thomas Dolby, "She Blinded Me With Science"
M3m, "Hello Kitty Wonderland (Instrumental) (Reprise)"
James Taylor, "Smiles"
Frank Josephs, "Movin' On"
Dave Porter, "To'hajiilee"[3]
Dave Porter, "Hank's Last Stand"[3]
Episode 14: Ozymandias The Limeliters, "Times are Getting Hard (aka Take My True Love by the Hand)"
David Fennell, "Floating Away"
Dave Porter, "Chained Dog"[3]
B.D. Lenz, "Higher Law"
Dave Porter, "We're a Family"[3]
Episode 15: Granite State April Wine, "Sign of the Gypsy Queen"
Philip E. Baker, "Salvador"
Vince Constantino, "Girl from Sao Paolo"
Dave Porter, "The Final Hat"[3]
Dave Porter, "Dimple Pinch Neat"[3]
Episode 16: Felina Marty Robbins, "El Paso"
Unknown Artist (possibly Louis De Froment et l'Orchestre symphonique de Radio Télé Luxembourg), "Ballet Music No. 1. Allegretto (Mouvement de valse) [From the opera, "Faust"] by Charles-François Gounod"
Javaroo, "Love is Running Through Me (aka Running Through Me)"
Bobby Summerfield/Matt McGuire, "Midtown"
Bobby Summerfield/Matt McGuire, "Siempre Amore"
Marx Bros., "Lydia the Tattooed Lady [From the film, "At the Circus"]"
Badfinger, "Baby Blue"

Notes

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 Featured on Breaking Bad: Original Score From The Television Series.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 Featured on Music from the Original Series Breaking Bad.
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 Featured on Breaking Bad: Original Score From The Television Series: Volume 2.


Music
Featured Music
Music from the Original Series Breaking Bad

Original Score
Breaking Bad: Original Score From The Television Series
Breaking Bad: Original Score From The Television Series: Volume 2

Artists
Dave PorterTwaüghtHammër

Notable Songs
Negro y AzulFallacies

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