Varese Sarabande has announced the details of the soundtrack album for the CBS drama Person of Interest. The album features selections from the score from the show’s first season composed by Ramin Djawadi (Iron Man, Game of Thrones) and performed by the Hollywood Studio Symphony. Also included is the series’ main titles theme composed by the show’s executive producer J.J. Abrams. The soundtrack’s release date has been pushed back to November 13, 2012 since our last update. To pre-order the CD, visit Amazon. Person of Interest is created by Jonathan Nolan and stars Jim Caviezel, Michael Emerson and Taraji P. Henson. The first season of the Bad Robots production is now available on Blu-Ray and DVD and the show’s second season air every Thursday night on CBS. For updates on the series, visit the official show website.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. Person Of Interest (Written by J.J. Abrams) (:53)
2. Watching With Ten Thousand Eyes (3:10)
3. Angel Of Death (2:15)
4. Man In A Suit (1:58)
5. Do People Change? (2:23)
6. Have A Nice Day (:45)
7. Elias (2:37)
8. Second Chance (2:52)
9. Knock Knock (1:38)
10. Root Of All Evil (3:26)
11. Mr. Reese (2:46)
12. Detective Carter (1:39)
13. Save Everybody (2:21)
14. Do You Have Your Vest On Officer? (1:17)
15. Apologies (1:57)
16. Concerned 3rd Party (3:02)
17. Irrelevant List (1:38)
18. Behind Enemy Lines (1:58)
19. Aid Of An Old Friend (1:24)
20. A Bored Rich Guy (2:22)
21. Listening With A Million Ears (3:20)

  1. Macejko says:

    Goddamnit, why they continue to push back the release date? I was already pissed off when they moved it to october 30th, but November 13th?

  2. Henry Doby says:

    The last song on pperson of interest 10/18/12 was an exceptional piece.. I would love to know the name of the tune and who done it.

    • Kalk says:

      “She’s Long Gone” by The Black Keys. From the album “Brothers”.

  3. Arnab says:

    Interesting…the actual album will be November 13th, but Amazon is releasing it digitally on the 6th!

  4. Seth says:

    Unfortunately, after listening to each individual selection from the soundtrack that’s being released in a few days, it will not include what I specifically was looking for, which is the series’ “theme” that they use in almost every action sequence. For those of you who’ve watched the show since it began, you’ll know what I’m referring to.

    • Matt says:

      Dammit! That was the only reason I was going to get the soundtrack.