Original Television Soundtrack

Nettwerk America

The soundtrack from the sci-fi teen drama Roswell is as out of this world as the show. With two tracks from honey voiced Dido (including a remix version of the show’s theme song, “Here With Me”), Hybrid’s Super Collider Mix of Sarah McLachlan’s “Fear” (also available on Sarah: Remixed), “Brothers And Sisters” from Coldplay, “More Than Us” by Travis, “Have a Nice Day” from Stereophonics, and the beautiful “Save Yourself (9.01 Version)” by Sensefield, about giving yourself to people who don’t love you. If that’s not good enough, there are also tracks from Ash, Sheryl Crow, Ivy, Zero 7, and Doves. There isn’t a bad song to be found anywhere in the twelve and contemporary, hip, sparkling fun vibes emit from the moment you put the Roswell soundtrack in and press play. For fans of two or more of the above artists, this is an absolute essential.

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