‘NCIS: Benchmark’ Soundtrack Details

Posted: August 14, 2013 by filmmusicreporter in TV Music Albums
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ncis-benchmarkArtists’ Addiction Records will release a new soundtrack album for the CBS hit drama NCIS. The album, entitled NCIS: Benchmark, features new tracks from some of the show’s cast members including Michael Weatherly and Pauley Perrette, as well as songs by bands including the Neon Trees and The Boxer Rebellion. Also included is a version of the NCIS Theme composed the series’ composer Brian Kirk. The soundtrack will be released on September 24, 2013 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. CBS Records has previously released three different soundtracks for the procedural, including an album featuring Kirk’s score. NCIS is created by Donald P. Bellisario & Don McGill stars Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, David McCallum, Sean Murray and Cote de Pablo. The tenth season of the series will be released on August 20 on DVD and the eleventh season is set to premiere on September 24 on CBS. For updates on the drama, visit the official show website.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Moving In The Dark – Neon Trees
2. Off I Go – Greg Laswell
3. Somebody Saved You – Pauley Perrette
4. Better Off Now – Trent Dabbs
5. Forgive Me – Michael Des Barres
6. Under The Sun – Michael Weatherly
7. Wheels – Fink
8. Not Alone – Patty Griffin
9. I ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive – Hank Williams
10. Hello World – Lady Antebellum
11. I m Glad There Is You – Jane Monheit
12. Caught By The Light – The Boxer Rebellion
13. O Mio Babbino – Lesley Garrett
14. NCIS Theme – Orchestral Attack – Brian Kirk

  1. Joni says:

    Just a small correction. Ms de Pablo is no longer with the show so will only be appearing in the 1st couple of episodes of Season 11 to wrap up her character’s storyline.

    Very happy to see that 2 of my favorite songs used on the show are on the latest soundtrack:
    “Hello World” and “I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive”

    Also glad to see that “O Mio Babbino” is on here and that both Pauley & Michael have tracks.


  2. Pat Montgomery says:

    The background music on ncis is so loud you can’t hear the program. It vibrates and echos Check it out