Music

Undoubtedly, Cold Feet is well loved because of its incredible accompanying soundtrack. The music of the show always adds the finishing touch to a scene. This has been proven by the commercial release of five CDs featuring tracks from the show. Click on the albums above to buy them. This page aims to note every single song used across seven series of the show, in both the original release and DVD versions which occasionally feature alternative soundtracks. Where applicable, there is also information about the Now TV release of the episodes.

To coincide with the sixth series of the show, Edmund Butt (who composed the incidental music) released his original score as a digital download. Click on the album to the left to download and listen.


I am currently compiling playlists of the above albums, the first three of these can be found here, here and here.

SERIES ONE, PILOT

Original soundtrack

  1. Female of the Species (Instrumental) - Space
  2. Wet Wet Wet - Love is All Around
  3. Only Love Can Break Your Heart - Saint Etienne

DVD soundtrack

Notes


SERIES ONE, EPISODE ONE

Original soundtrack

  1. Female of the Species (Instrumental) - Space
  2. Female of the Species - Space

DVD soundtrack

  1. Female of the Species (Instrumental) - Space
  2. Female of the Species - Space

Notes


SERIES ONE, EPISODE TWO

Original soundtrack

  1. We Have All the Time in the World - Fun Lovin' Criminals
  2. Jimmy Jimmy - The Undertones
  3. It's Great When We're Together - Finley Quaye
  4. Let's Get It On - Marvin Gaye
  5. You Make Me Wanna - Usher
  6. He'll Have To Go - Jim Reeves
  7. Your Loves Gets Sweeter - Finley Quaye
  8. Female of the Species - Space

DVD soundtrack

  1. Mixed Emotions - Simon Holland
  2. Jimmy Jimmy - The Undertones
  3. He'll Have To Go - Jim Reeves
  4. Female of the Species - Space

Notes

On the DVD version, "Jimmy Jimmy" is excluded from the scene beginning 05:04 and is replaced with an unknown piece of library music, though unusually it plays in a later scene beginning at 32:07 (as in the original soundtrack). Further unknown library music replaces commercial music at 23:05, 24:30, 26:10 and 38:31. On the Now TV version of this episode, "Mixed Emotions" replaces "We Have All the Time in the World" at 00:00, but does not replace it at 3:39.


SERIES ONE, EPISODE THREE

Original soundtrack

  1. Laid - James

DVD soundtrack

  1. Just Might Fall In Love - Eria Fachin

Notes


SERIES TWO, EPISODE ONE

Original soundtrack

  1. Right Here Right Now - Fatboy Slim
  2. A Pair of Brown Eyes - The Pogues
  3. Let Me See - Morcheeba

DVD soundtrack

Notes


SERIES TWO, EPISODE TWO

Original soundtrack

  1. Dead From The Waist Down - Catatonia
  2. Windowlicker - Aphex Twins
  3. Female of the Species - Space

DVD soundtrack

Notes


SERIES TWO, EPISODE THREE

Original soundtrack

  1. Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Andy Williams
  2. Jolene - Dolly Parton
  3. Female of the Species - Space

DVD soundtrack

Notes


SERIES TWO, EPISODE FOUR

Original soundtrack

  1. You Stole the Sun from My Heart - Manic Street Preachers
  2. Tainted Love - Soft Cell
  3. Beautiful Ones - Suede

DVD soundtrack

Notes


SERIES TWO, EPISODE FIVE

Original soundtrack

  1. Live Bed Show - Pulp
  2. Praise You - Fatboy Slim

DVD soundtrack

Notes


SERIES TWO, EPISODE SIX

Original soundtrack

  1. Mulder and Scully - Catatonia
  2. Bittersweet Symphony - The Verve
  3. You Get What You Give - New Radicals
  4. Erase/Rewind - The Cardigans
  5. No Surprises - Radiohead
  6. What Do You Want From Me? - Monaco
  7. My Selfish Gene - Catatonia
  8. Love - John Lennon

DVD soundtrack

  1. Love by John Lennon (Instrumental cover) - Unknown

Notes

The final scene plays out to the sound of John Lennon's "Love" in the original soundtrack, though due to rights reasons, the song is omitted from the DVD release and is instead replaced with an instrumental cover version by an unknown artist.


SERIES THREE, EPISODE SIX

Original soundtrack

  1. Feronia (Titles) - Franco Micalizzi

DVD soundtrack

  1. Feronia (Titles) - Franco Micalizzi

Notes

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