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Dexter Season One Album Cover

An important part of the television series Dexter is the music. Without it to set each appropriate mood, fans would be watching something not nearly as captivating as it has been for the past eight seasons. Various artists lend their music to the show to be used and with no doubt, the original score is truly amazing and worthy of the franchise...thanks to Daniel Licht.


SoundtracksEdit

There have been multiple soundtracks released thus far, including Original Scores and compilations of various songs used by artists in the series. In addition to the track name, where the song can be heard in the show will be provided (to help identify the music piece when you hear it).

It should be noted that not all the music from the series, both constructed by original artist Daniel Licht or music from other artists are included on all of the soundtracks. There are still many unaccounted for themes that have yet to be released on CD.

Season 1Edit

Dexter - Music from the Television SeriesEdit

Track ListingEdit

  • 1.) Dexter Main Title
    Artist: Rolfe Kent.
    Show Usage: This is the theme best associated with the opening title sequence that has existed since Episode 102: Crocodile and has played for every episode since. On certain occasions in the series itself, the music may also be heard.
  • 4.) Uruapan Breaks
    Artist: Kinky.
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 5.) Floras Para Ti
    Artist: Raw Artistic Soul feat. Rafael Cortez.
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 6.) "Blood"
    Artist: Michael C. Hall.
    Show Usage: A special track, this is actually a line from the show in Episode 101: Dexter after returning home to place Mike Donovan's bloodslide in his bloodslide box.
  • 11.) Dexter Main Title
    Artist: Kinky.
    Show Usage: This song is never featured in the show itself, it is a cover of the normal Dexter Main Title with rock instruments and other equipment.
  • 12.) Escalation
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song is often broken up and played at different portions within the show.
    0:00-1:05 - Needs to be researched on Show usage.
    1:06 - Episode 101: Dexter - As Dexter is driving through Miami on his way to Mike Donovan, same song used in track "Tonight's The Night".
  • 13.) Shipyard
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Episode 112: Born Free, just as the song implies. Used throughout the series at various points but the song in its full duration is played roughly 14 minutes into the episode.
  • 14.) Deborah Loves Rudy/The House
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Multiple portions in song, split up below.
    0:00-1:06 - One of Deb's many themes, more of a sadder and calmer tone here. Needs to be researched on Show usage.
    1:07-2:42 - One of Dexter's many themes, this one usually plays in eerie combination with a scene where Dexter has a revelation about himself or a darker part of humanity. An example when it plays is on Episode 107: Circle of Friends as Dexter meets Neil Perry face to face.
    2:43-end - One of Deb's many themes, more of a continuation of the previous theme.
    Song Notes: The theme used here is one of Debra Morgan's many themes, mixed in with one of Dexter's themes. In addition, the track is labeled "Deborah" even though it is Debra for the TV show.
  • 15.) I Can't Kill
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 16.) Voodoo Jailtime
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 18.) Photo Albums
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Theme is used primarily during flashback sequences with Harry Morgan, to give a dreamlike quality to them.
  • 21.) Wink
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: One of Dexter's many themes, it's another variation of Courting the Night. Exact usage in show is unknown.
  • 22.) Astor's Birthday Party
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Appropriately named as it plays at the end of Episode 106: Return to Sender during Astor's birthday party. It is also known to play at the end of a lot of episodes during the ending "lesson" or inner dialogue for Dexter.
  • 24.) Blood Theme
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: The ending theme to Dexter, plays during the credits of most episodes (all episodes if watched from DVD).
  • 25.) Die This Way
    Artist: Jon Licht.
    Show Usage: Not featured in the show, this is a cover/remix of the Blood Theme with artist Jon Licht singing. Lyrics coming soon

Dexter - Daniel Licht Original ScoreEdit

Track ListingEdit

  • 2.) Wink v2
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 3.) Ending Credits
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: End of almost every episode, during credits.
  • 4.) Escalate
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.

Dexter: Additional ScoreEdit

This soundtrack is rare to find and contains various tracks by Daniel Licht's nephew, Jon Licht, some of which spread across the seasons.

Track ListingEdit

  • 1.) [Fight Or Flight]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This song is from the season one soundtrack of the song of the same name.
  • 2.) [Take Blood]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 410 when Batista and Debra are brainstorming in her apartment about the Lundy shooting.
  • 3.) [Promotion]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 4.) [Connections]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: This is featured in the episode where Sergeant James Doakes discovers Dexter at the rehab clinic and as he walks away, the song plays while the group claps (to end the meeting). This song is also featured in the night-time level of the Dexter Slice of Life Facebook game when tracking down Joe Walker at the football field.
  • 5.) [Nowhere To Hide]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This song is from the season one soundtrack of the song of the same name.
  • 6.) [The Icetruck Killer]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This song is from the season one soundtrack of the song of the same name.
  • 7.) [Expired Visa]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 8.) [Bring Him In]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 9.) [Dex'n Tools]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 10.) [The Fortune]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 11.) [Suite]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This song is from the season one bonus soundtrack of the song of the same name.
  • 12.) [Trees]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 13.) [Story]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 14.) [Wendell's Mom]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 15.) [Share To Load]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: This particular track is the score that plays in Episode 312: Do You Take Dexter Morgan? as Miguel Prado is being carried away on a stretcher and Dexter is speaking in monologue about his one friend, just before Ramon intervenes.
  • 16.) [Jester]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Heard several times when transitioning to a new scene. More specifically, it can be heard in Episode 303 after Dexter tells Debra that Rita is pregnant. It was next heard in Episode 304 when Dexter is walking through Miami Metro and explaining how everyone only likes Masuka when he makes them laugh. It is heard several times in Season Four, and a few times in Seasons Six and Seven.
  • 17.) [Kill Room]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: 'Kill Room' has only been shown in the actual episode one time in Episode 301, when Dexter is quickly trying to take down the kill room. However, it has been in the previously's several times.
  • 18.) [Hotel Room]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Hotel Room is a much shorter version of 'The Lost Ticket' in the seasons 2/3 soundtrack. This song can be heard in Episode 311 when we are with Miguel in the hotel room.
  • 19.) [The Building]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show usage.
  • 20.) [Cemetery]
    Artist: Jon Licht
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 309 when Dexter is in the graveyard looking for Ellen Wolfe.

Season 2 and Season 3Edit

Music from Dexter Seasons 2 and 3 SoundtrackEdit

A mixture of both, inviting you to the many common heard themes during the tense and relaxing moments of the series. All tracks were made by Daniel Licht.

Track ListingEdit

  • 1.) [Blood Theme Redux]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Made for the Soundtrack. A different take on the ending theme by Daniel Licht, with added vocals.
  • 2.) [Mother of All Cannibals]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: The ending of this song is actually played when Dexter finally has a flashback of his mother as she calls out to him before she is killed by Santos Jimenez.
  • 3.) [The Hunter and the Hunted]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 4.) [Miguel Meets His Maker]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 5.) [Peaceful]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 6.) [Dexter's New Kill Room]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 8.) [The Link/Sweet Dreams]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 9.) [The Escape]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: The song is heard in Episode 312 when Dexter escapes the Skinner's table and throws the Skinner onto a police car.
  • 10.) [Rita's Keys]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Heard in Episode 208 when Dexter goes to Lila's place to retrieve Rita's keys.
  • 11.) [Alone Suite]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 12.) [April Sixth]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This song was heard in Episode 208 when Debra and Batista are looking through index cards, and when Dexter is following his victim to the everglades. It is also heard in various previously segments throughout the series.
  • 13.) [UkeLila]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Heard in Episode 204 when Dexter and Lila are having lunch by the pool and Dexter says that he doesn't want to be sponsored by her anymore.
  • 14.) [Open]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This song is heard in Episode 304 when Dexter and Rita tell Astor and Cody that they are having a baby.
  • 15.) [Lila's Fire]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This song was most recently featured at the end of Episode 611: Talk to the Hand as Dexter escapes a near death explosion after being left on a boat by the Doomsday Killer. The song is featured in many different episodes during intense, adrenaline based scenes.
  • 16.) [Head Start/Condolences]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Midway through you can experience Miguel's Theme, the gentle tone...connecting the humanity in him to his past with his brothers and LaGuerta. The theme is also that which is heard after his death, at the start of Episode 12 for Season 3.
  • 17.) [Road to Miguel's/Help Me]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 18.) [The Lost Ticket]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 19.) [Grieving]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This is a more guitar-centered version of Share To Load from the Additional Score soundtrack but still the basic song that plays as Miguel is being taken away on the stretcher in Episode 312: Do You Take Dexter Morgan?.
  • 20.) [I'm Scared/Bingo]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 21.) [Chaos]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 22.) [I'm Scared]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 23.) [The Change Quartet]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.

Season 4Edit

Dexter Season 4 SoundtrackEdit

With the introduction of Trinity to the mix, Daniel Licht has created a menacing soundtrack for this arc in the series. From the themes created specifically for Trinity to the other gorgeous masterpieces and redux's of previous songs...Daniel Licht is proving that he gets better as he goes.

Track ListingEdit

  • 1.) [Dexter Main Theme]
    Artist: Rolfe Kent
    Show Usage: The iconic song that has stuck with us since Season 1, set to Dexter's morning routine with some reference to some of the "morbid" traits of the show.
  • 2.) [Venus]
    Artist: Frankie Avalon
    Show Usage: Venus can be heard when Dexter kills Trinity in Episode 412.
  • 3.) [Lullabies]
    Artist: Brandi Shearer
    Show Usage: Despite being on the season four soundtrack, this song was heard in season three. It is heard in episode 301 at the very end, when Rita thinks she is pregnant. 
  • 4.) [Changes (1997 Digital Remaster)]
    Artist: David Bowie
    Show Usage: Despite being on the season four soundtrack, this song is heard in Episode 305 when Dexter is killing Ethan Turner on the cruise ship.
  • 5.) [Karma Chameleon]
    Artist: Culture Club
    Show Usage: This song can be heard on Episode 403 when Dexter and Rita are in the car and Rita is singing Harrison a song on the radio.
  • 6.) [La Fabulosa]
    Artist: The Latin Brothers
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 7.) [Awoyo]
    Artist: Bobi Cespedes
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 8.) [Estar Contigo]
    Artist: Luis Alberto
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 9.) [Mi Alma Latina]
    Artist: Bobby Mattos
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 10.) [Llego La Orquesta]
    Artist: Spanish Harlem Orchestra
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 11.) [Everything Changes]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 12.) [Introducing Trinity]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Played at various points throughout Season 4 for the Trinity Killer, Arthur Mitchell. The song has an eerie Egyptian desert quality to it, though the sound signifies a representation of the many years Trinity has survived serial killing and truly being successful.
  • 13.) [Love Your Wife]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Used in Episode 406 when Trinity and his wife are taking a bath. 
  • 14.) [Needle In A Haystack]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This song is used in Episode 402 when Dexter is looking at the wreckage of his car, looking for the body bags of his victim.
  • 15.) [I Need More Time]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 16.) [The Axe/Perfect]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 17.) [Ice Cream/Following Scott]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Notable for appearing in intense situations, shown in Season 4, Episode 10 when Dexter is stalking Trinity in the arcade, Season 5, Episode 3 when Boyd Fowler attempts to kill Dexter in the hospital and in Season 6, Episode 12 when Travis Marshall (with Harrison at blade-point) faces off with Dexter on the roof.
  • 18.) [We Need A Break/I Shot You]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 19.) [Trinity Suite]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: An alternate version of Introducing Trinity, played at various points in Season 4.
  • 20.) [The Perfect Pie/Killing zoe]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 21.) [The Truth]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 22.) [Following Trinity]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 23.) [Tides]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 24.) [Back To The House]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 25.) [Forgetting Lundy]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: Needs to be researched on Show Usage.
  • 26.) [The End]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: This track plays at the literal end of Season 4, when Dexter discovers Rita in the bathtub. The track itself shows the weight of what hit Dexter and how he was unable to understand how to fully react, in addition to what this could mean for Harrison at that point in his life.
  • 27.) [Blood Theme For Strings]
    Artist: Daniel Licht
    Show Usage: The iconic ending theme, done with a bit of snare and made beautiful.

Season 5Edit

Dexter Season 5 SoundtrackEdit

Track ListingEdit

  • 1.) [Dexter Main Title]
    Artist: Rolfe Kent.
    Show Usage: The iconic theme featured on every soundtrack to date, plays at the beginning of every Dexter episode.
  • 2.) [Fuego]
    Artist: Bomba Estereo.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 506 in Club Mayan.
  • 3.) [San Francisco Tiene Su Propio Son (edit)]
    Artist: Papato.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 4.) [Chan Chan]
    Artist: The Cuban All Star Band.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 511 when Dexter and Lumen are buying a pocket knife.
  • 5.) [Suavecito]
    Artist: Malo.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 6.) [Moritat (Mack the Knife)]
    Artist: Los Iracundos.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 509 when Dexter arrives to meet with Olivia's stepfather.
  • 7.) [Conoci La Paz]
    Artist: Beny More.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 8.) [I wanna wake you up Feat. C-Funk + Juan Sativo]
    Artist: Latin Bitman.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes
  • 9.) [Som De Preto]
    Artist: Amicklar & Chocolate.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 506 in Club Mayan.
  • 10.) [Blood Theme 2010]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: The first 40 seconds were heard in Episode 501 when Debra is telling Dexter that there was nothing he could've done to prevent Rita's death. The rest of the song is the imfamous blood theme.
  • 11.) [Nurse Dexter]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This is one of Lumen's themes and can be heard throughout Season 5.
  • 12.) [Headstart]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Around the 40 second mark is one of season fives dark themes, and can be heard in Episode 505 when Dexter is going through Lumen's hotel room.
  • 13.) [Don't Be Sorry]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 14.) [Go Home]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 15.) [Tattoo-Chasing Lance]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song is a two parter. The first part can be heard in Episode 505 when the hospital patient is drawing out a tattoo for Debra and Batista. The second part is in Episode 506 when Lance escapes and Dexter is chasing him. 
  • 16.) [The Kids Leave]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: The song is heard in Episode 502 when Astor and Cody are leaving town with their grandparents and saying goodbye to Dexter.
  • 17.) [Red Rainbows]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song is used in Episode 505 at the beginning when Dexter and Harrison are at a mommy and me class.
  • 18.) [Dex Takes the Stage]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song plays in Episode 508 when, as the title states, Dexter goes onto the stage and tells the audience about how it was like to lose Rita.
  • 19.) [About Owen]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: The song is used in Episode 508. The first half of the song is very similar to Tonight's The Night and it is used when Lumen is explaining who Owen was. The second half of the song is a version of Dexters New Kill Room but it includes some strings not heard in the original.
  • 20.) [The Past]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 21.) [The Pond]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard at the end of Episode 504 when Lumen and Dexter are in his car and she explans how Boyd wasn't the only one who hurt her.
  • 22.) [Peculiar]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 502 when Dexter is stating that Boyd is peculiar right after Dexter planted a dead racoon on the road.
  • 23.) [Laura and Harry]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song has been used throughout the series. 
  • 24.) [Chasing Lumen]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song, surprisingly, was not used in Season Five, nor anywhere else in the series.
  • 25.) [Liddy Dies]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song is heard in Episode 511 when, as the title states, Liddy is killed by Dexter in his van.
  • 26.) [Eulogy / Have a Chance]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: The song is the final track heard in season five, when Dexter blows out the candles of Harrisons birthday cake.
  • 27.) [Amor Mas Mas Loco (Exclusive Track)]
    Artist: Jon Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.

Season 6Edit

Dexter Season 6 SoundtrackEdit

Track ListingEdit

  • 1.) [Dexter Main Title]
    Artist: Rolfe Kent.
    Show Usage: The iconic theme featured on every soundtrack to date, plays at the beginning of every Dexter episode.
  • 2.) [La Vira Tiguerre (feat. Gina)]
    Artist: Milenio Flow.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 3.) [Latinos]
    Artist: Milenio Flow.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 4.) [Spill the Wine]
    Artist: War & Eric Burdon.
    Show Usage: This music plays when Angel Batista and Joey Quinn are smoking a blunt inside of Angel's new car for this season.
  • 5.) [Search and Destroy]
    Artist: Iggy & The Stooges
    Show Usage: This song is heard in Episode 607 on the radio when Dexter is shooting billboards with a gun with the ghost of his brother.
  • 6.) [Tonights the Night (Ice Truckers Remix)]
    Artist: Rolfe Kent.
    Show Usage:Not used in any of the episodes, a remix made by Rolfe Kent.
  • 7.) [Blood Theme Variations]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 8.) [Angels and Demons]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: At first it contains a theme similar to that of another track, then switches over to that of the Doomsday Killer's theme (first heard when Travis and Gellar are on the boat in Episode 601: Those Kinds of Things).
  • 9.) [Coral Island/The Whore of Babylon]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Starting as another theme, trailing into one of Season Six's musical pieces. Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 10.) [Can't Be Saved]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: One of the Doomsday Killer themes. It is heard in Episode 610 when Dexter states that Travis can't be saved from his dark passenger.
  • 11.) [Football Terms]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 601 when Dexter is reviewing his football vocabulary before a flag football game.
  • 12.) [Travis Talks to Gellar]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: One of the Doomsday Killer themes. Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 14.) [Floating]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song is heard in the beginning of the season six finale when Dexter is using wreckage from the lake of fire to float on.
  • 15.) [A Swarm of Locusts]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Plays when Dexter sees Travis Marshall for the first time, after the locusts are released at a crime scene.
  • 16.) Opener/Dex's Story
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This theme is heard originally at the end of Episode 109: Father Knows Best, when Dexter and Brian are spreading their father's ashes at the Bowling Alley. It is again played during Dexter and Brian's conversation at their original house in Episode 112: Born Free. This song is also heard in the first scene of season six, when Dexter calls for an ambulance, reporting that he has been stabbed.
  • 17.) [The Swamp/Travis Chained]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: One of the Doomsday Killer themes. It was heard in Episode 601 in the swamp when Gellar and Travis are in a boat looking for snakes.
  • 18.) [Security Cameras]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This theme plays when Dexter investigates Nick's apartment and finds the bullethole in the wall. It is also heard in Episode 610 when Dexter is looking a the security footage at a marina to find a boat Travis is on.
  • 19.) [A Horse At the Altar]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: One of the Doomsday Killer themes. It was heard in Episode 611 when Dexter stops wormwood from happening.
  • 20.) [Baptized By Sam]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Plays when Brother Sam baptizes Nick.
  • 21.) [Travis Gets His Stuffs]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: One of the Doomsday Killer themes. Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 22.) [Travis to Church]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song is heard when Dexter and Travis are going to the church in Episode 609.
  • 23.) [Blood Theme (Alaska In Winter Remix)]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: A remix of the Blood Theme by Daniel Licht.
  • 24.) [Leavin' On Your Mind-Lonny Ray]
    Artist: Lonny Ray.
    Show Usage: Playing on the radio in the gas station as Dexter has sex with the attendant

Season 7Edit

The soundtrack was released on August 20, 2013.

Track ListingEdit

Track ListingEdit

  • 1.) [Dexter Main Title]
    Artist: Rolfe Kent.
    Show Usage: The iconic theme featured on every soundtrack to date, plays at the beginning of every Dexter episode.
  • 2.) [Desafinado]
    Artist: Stan Getz & João Gilberto.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 3.) [Sacala Bailar]
    Artist: The Spanish Harlem Orchestra.
    Show Usage: This episode plays in Episode 702 when Dexter drops unconcious Louis on a bench.
  • 4.) [Desde El Fondo Del Rio]
    Artist: Potato.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 5.) [En La Mañana]
    Artist: Latin Soul Syndicate
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 6.) [Esta Noche No Pares]
    Artist: K'luba.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes..
  • 7.) [Blood Theme For Piano]
    Artist: Sonya Belousova.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 8.) [What Are You? Crazy]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard aross Season Seven, particularly in the second half of the season. More specifically, the song can be heard in Episode 707 when Debra informs the sister of Hannah's ex-husband that his body wasn't embalmed.
  • 9.) [I Enjoy Killing / The Hitman]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: The first half of the song can be heard in Season Seven, mostly in the second half of the season. But the first half was heard in deep intimate moments between Hannah and Dexter. The second half of the song can be heard in Episode 708 when Dexter kills the hitman.
  • 10.) [Argentina]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Can be heard in Episode 708 during the final montage.
  • 11.) [Dex Kills Spelz]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 704 when, as the title suggests, Dexter kills Ray Speltzer.
  • 12.) [About Lumen]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 706 when Dexter is explaining to Debra about how he and Lumen killed Jordan Chase.
  • 13.) [Isaac's Sneak Kill]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 14.) [He's Gone]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 15.) [Special / Hannah Talks]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 16.) [Louis Dies]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 703 when Isaac and his crew head to Dexter's boat and kills Louis.
  • 17.) [Isaac is Done]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 18.) [Post Office]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in the first scene of Episode 703 when Dexter is dropping off a package at the post office and imagines killing the attendant.
  • 19.) [No Mistakes / Dex Kisses Hannah]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 20.) [Unsafe for Kids]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in Episode 708 when Debra allows Astor and Cody to stay at her beach house, and Dexter tells her that her house isn't safe for children.
  • 21.) [Banjo the Dog]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: The first half of the song can be heard in Episode 701 in the flashback to Dexter's childhood when Debra adopted a dog that Harry immediatley returned. The second half is heard in Episode 709 when Debra is explaining how life from before is different from life now.
  • 22.) [The Future]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: This song can be heard in the beginning of Episode 711 when Dexter dreams about his future with Hannah.
  • 23.) [In Love With You]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: Needs verification on usage within episodes.
  • 24.) [Pancakes / Season Seven End]
    Artist: Daniel Licht.
    Show Usage: The first half of the song can be heard in Episode 710 when Dexter makes breakfast for Hannah. The second half can be heard in Episode 712 when Debra kills LaGuerta and when she and Dexter are walking through the New Years party.

Season 8

Currently, no soundtracks exist for this Season.

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