Theme From ER" - performed by James Newton Howard
"Dr. Lewis and Renee" from The Birthday Party
"Canine Blues" from Make Of Two Hearts
"Goodbye Baby Susie" from Fever Of Unknown Origin
"Doug And Carol" from The Gift
"Healing Hands" - performed by Marc Cohn
"The Hero" from Hell And High Water
"Carter, See You Next Fall" from Everything Old Is New Again
"Reasons For Living" - performed by Duncan Sheik
"Dr. Greene And A Mother's Death" from Love's Labor Lost
"Raul Dies" from The Healers
"Hell And High Water" from Hell And High Water
"Hold On" from Hell And High Water
"Shep Arrives" from The Healers
"Shattered Glass" from Hell And High Water
"Theme From ER (TV Version)" - performed by James Newton Howard
"It Came Upon A Midnight Clear" - performed by Mike Finnigan
"Precious" - Annie Lennox - Diva
New Medical Student, John Carter, witnesses his first birth in the series' pilot episode "24 Hours".
Season 1 Songs
Full Moon, Saturday Night: "Twist & Shout" by the Isley Bros
Carter, Susan, and Carol dance to this
Motherhood: "Blackbird" by the Beatles
Chloe gives birth to Little Suzie
Everything Old is New Again: "Tequila" by the Champs
Played at Carol and Tag's reception for the wedding that wasn't
Season 2 Songs
Home: "Take a Letter, Maria" by R.B. Greaves
Shep and Carol dance to this
"O Happy Day” - Harlem Gospel Singers - Live at the Cologne Philharmonic Hall
The staff is happy that Dr. Weaver is off for the day in Season two's "And Baby Makes Two".
“If You Want Me to Stay” - Sly and the Family Stone - The Dead President's Soundtrack
Malik sung this in Season two's ending "John Carter, MD" as it played on the radio at the admin desk.
Season 3 Songs
Let the Games Begin: "Duke of Earl" by Gene Chandler
Last Call: "Wild Angels" by Martina McBride
Jeanie, the nurse, and a cute patient dance in the waiting room
Ghosts: "Love Potion #9" by The Searchers
Haleh sings this at the County Halloween party
Ghosts: "Bewitched" by Ella Fitzgerald
Haleh also sings this
Fear of Flying: "Locomotion" by Little Eva
Doug sees Carol being tutored by William at Doc Magoos
No Brain, No Gain: "My Blue Heaven" by Fats Domino
Anspaugh, Carter, and another doc do karaoke
Whose 'Appy Now?: "Ride of the Valkyries" by Richard Wagner
Music playing while Carter gleefully operates on Benton
Whose 'Appy Now?: "Mack the Knife" by Bobby Darin
More of Carter and Benton
Make a Wish: "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh"
Doug and Carol sing this to a little boy
Make a Wish: "Desperately Wanting" by Better Than Ezra
Doug gives Carol a surprise birthday party
“Conga” - Gloria Estefan & the Miami Sound Machine - Primitive Love
This was playing in Season three's "Faith" as the nurses are celebrating their new contract.
“Every Day I Write the Book” - Elvis Costello - Punch the Clock
This was playing in Season three's "Calling Dr. Hathaway" as the nurses were playing pool on their night out.
Season 4 Songs
Fathers and Sons: "Take Five" by Dave Brubeck
· Some scene about Doug and his dad's car
Freak Show: "At Last" by Etta James
Mark and Cynthia funk nasty
Carter's Choice: "Walkin' on the Sun" by Smash Mouth
Carter walks to work
A Bloody Mess: "Crucify" by Tori Amos
Elizabeth, Anna, and Carol have a girls night
Gut Reaction: "That's Amore" by Dean Martin
Gut Reaction and Shades of Gray: "Time of Your Life" by Green Day
Jeanie and Scott sing this; later she sings this at his funeral
Shades of Gray: "Night Life" by Aretha Franklin
Benton and Elizabeth "bond"
"Pony Boy" - Allman Brothers Band - Brothers and Sisters
These songs were played in Season four's episode "Fathers and Sons", as Mark and Doug ventured out to the west.
"Do You Hear What I Hear?" - Gladys Knight & the Pips - Xmas Album
Mark and Cynthia get together in Season four's "Do You See What I See?".
"Everybody Wants to Rule the World" - Tears for Fears - Songs from the Big Chair
Peter and Elizabeth go on a date in Season four's "Sharp Relief" and she tries to get him drunk while they play darts.
"Simple Gifts" - Judy Collins - Whales and Nightingales
Jeanie sung this in the shower the day of Scott's funeral in "Shades of Gray".
Season 5 Songs
Hazed and Confused: "Ring of Fire" as sung by Grace Jones
Kerry blasts Carter out of bed with this
The Storm: "Resuscitation" by Sheryl Crow
Carter and Lucy scene
“Samba Pa Ti” - Santana - Abraxas
This was played as new medical student arrives in Season five's "Day for Knight".
“Equinox” - John Coltrane - The Very Best of John Coltrane
Peter plays this for Reese in Season five's "Split Second" to see if he can hear the music and react to it, but he is deaf.
"Ruby" - Jimmy Smith - Any Number Can Win
Played as Carter and Roxanne danced in his room in Season five's "They Treat Horses, Don't They?".
"The Oogum Boogum Song" - Brenton Wood - 18 Best
Played as Carol and Doug discussed having kids in Season five's "Vanishing Act".
"Dragula" - Rob Zombie - Hellbilly Deluxe
Carter's medical students throw a wild party in Season five's "Masquerade" and Carter watches as they throw out furniture that has been set on fire.
"Theme from Shaft" - Issac Hayes - The Shaft Soundtrack
Played on the car radio in Season five's "Masquerade" as Peter and Elizabeth headed for a hayride in a convertible.
"Under the Boardwalk" - The Drifters - 16 Greatest Hits
This song is playing during "The Good Fight" in Season five as Carter and Lucy find Nelson at Doc Magoo's.
Season 6 Songs
Greene with Envy: "Close to You" by The Brand New Heavies
Mark checks Elizabeth's vital signs
Great Expectations: "Wondering Where the Lions Are" by Bruce Cockburn
Carol goes into labor
Be Still My Heart: "The Surry with the Fringe on Top" from Oklahoma!
Mark sings while shaving
Be Still My Heart: "They Call the Wind Mariah" from Paint Your Wagon
David tries his hand at karaoke
Be Still My Heart: "I Remember it Well" from Gigi
David and Isabelle sing together
Be Still My Heart: "Battleflag" by the Lo-Fidelity Allstars
Carter gets stabbed
All in the Family: "Piano Man" by Billy Joel
Mark and Elizabeth butcher one of my favorite songs
Under Control and The Fastest Year: "Bookends" by Simon & Garfunkel
Played during some great scenes of Mark & his dad
Such Sweet Sorrow: "Letting the Cables Sleep" by Bush
Various characters are shown
Such Sweet Sorrow: "Taking You Home" by Don Henley
Carol returns to Doug
“Happy Xmas (War is Over)” - John Lennon - Imagine/Give Peace a Chance
Played in Season six as Lucy sits with Valerie Page as they wait on a new heart in "How the Finch Stole Christmas".
Season 7 Songs
Sand and Water: "Sand and Water" by Beth Nielsen Chapman
"Indra" - Thievery Corporation - Mirror Conspiracy
Played as Dr. Carter returned to work in the ER in Season Seven's "Mars Attacks".
"Butterfly" - Crazy Town - Butterfly Single
Played on the radio in Season Seven's episode "Piece of Mind".
"Silver Lining" - Amanda Ghost - Ghost Stories
Played during the end of "Surrender" in Season 7 when Kerry goes to see Kim.
"Hanging by a Moment" - Lifehouse - No Name Face
Played when Carter arrived to pick up Abby for their "charity" date in "Thy Will Be Done" in Season 7.
"Happy Together" - The Turtles - Happy Together
Played at the end of "Survival of the Fittest" in Season 7, when Elizabeth has ended an exhausting day in the OR.
"Rescue Me" - Fontella Bass
Kerry sings in the shower in the episode "Rescue Me"
"The First Noel" -Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Carter comes back to the hospital to help Jing-Mei give birth in "The Greatest of Gifts"
"How Sweet It Is to Be Loved By You" - The Temptations
Kim and Kerry meet at Doc Magoo's in "Rock, Paper, Scissors"
"World Looking In" - Morcheeba
Carter waits for Abby while she changes in "Thy Will Be Done"
"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" - Bach
Luka watches the Bishop at Church in "A Walk in the Woods"
"Chemistry" - Semisonic
Played while Carter and the young-than-he-thought-she-was Rena are at Doc Magoo's in "Witch Hunt"
"Come Sail Away" - Styx
Mark works in the garage when he gets a page from his wife in "Sailing Away"
"Trouble" - Kristen Hersh
Played while Carter and Abby are driving to Oklahoma in "Sailing Away"
"Babylon" - David Gray
Played while Carter and Abby are driving through Oklahoma in "Sailing Away"
"Good Friday" - Cowboy Junkies
Played when Abby goes outside to grab a smoke in "Fear of Commitment"
"I Will Take Care of You" - The Bangles
Played during the Luka and Abby scene at the end of "Fear of Commitment"
Season 8 Songs
"Short Skirt, Long Jacket" - Cake
Played while Abby was getting her stuff out of Luka's apartment and cracked his fish tank in "Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic"
"L.V.D.B" - Abandoned Pools
Rachel was listening to this song on her walkman in "Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic"
"Escape (The Pina Colada Song)" by Rupert Holmes
Played in the elevator while Malucci was sutck in "Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic"
"Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)" - Looking Glass
Played in the elevator while Malucci was stuck in "Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic"
"Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic" Red Hot Chilli Peppers - Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic
Carter listens to his headphones
"Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic" Starland Vocal Band - Afternoon Delight
Played while Dave is stuck in the elevator
"Never Say Never" Nikka Costa - Everybody Got Their Something
Kerry sits in a bar after work
"Supplies and Demands" Disturbed - Down With the Sickness
Elizabeth comes home from work to find Ella awake and screaming while Rachel blasts her music
"Partly Cloudy, Chance of Rain" Randy Newman - I Think It's Going to Rain Today
The end of the episode as Kerry leaves the ER
"Beyond Repair" Lo-Fidelity Allstars - Battleflag)
Carter in the bathroom after seeing Sobriki in the hospital
"Beyond Repair" KISS - Rock and Roll All Nite
Sandy and Kerry at a hockey game
"Damage is Done" Pink - Get This Party Started
Elizabeth walks in while Rachel and Ella are playing together
"A Simple Twist of Fate" Five for Fighting - Easy Tonight
Luka beats up Brian in a bar
"It's All in Your Head" Dean Martin - Ain't That a Kick in the Head?
The beginning as we see the NYC skyline
"It's All in Your Head" KISS - Calling Dr. Love
In Luka's car as he had Abby cover for him with the cop