- "(I Always Kill) The Things I Love".
- "Torched Song". Not least for being quite... theme-named.
Scene & Background Music
- The main theme. It's woefully shortened on the official soundtrack, but the full version - with its various instrumental shifts - is amazingly haunting and beautiful, and fits the noir theme perfectly.
- "Get after him, Cole! Don't let that asshole get away!"
- "Steer him off the tar!" Just imagine the siren's sound with that.
- "Seems like we've got the place to ourselves." "Vice Fall From Grace pt.1". Now beat the living hell out of him!
- "You are surrounded! Cease and desist!" "Pride Of The Job pt.1". The guy behind the column packs a freaking Tommy!
- "You can drive, I need to go over the case-notes."
- "Mellow Cardrive". Just another body in the mud.
- "Pride Of The Job pt.2". The hell you bet she had something to hide...
- "Homicide Use And Abuse pt.1". Now it's official. This shit is serious.
- "Homicide Use And Abuse pt.3". You need to find a phone. No time to lose.
- "Homicide Use And Abuse pt.4". Now all the pieces fit together. Get partying.
- "Burglary Temptation pt.2". The rain really doesn't help now.
- "Arson Redemption pt.1". A new sunny day. But you don't enjoy it.
- "Arson Redemption pt.3". It's all over. Now just sift through the ashes.
- "New Beginning pt.1". The trail gets hotter, just one clue left...
- "New Beginning pt.2". No, that wasn't hot at all. God, your head hurts.
Real Life Music
- "You are listening to K.T.I. Radio."
- "That's My Desire" by Martha Tilton. Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
- "Sing Sing Sing" by Gene Krupa. Turn up the volume and you could use it as a stand-in siren.
- "Manteca" by Dizzy Gillespie. You may have to pull over to avoid casualties when this plays.
- "Humph" by Thelonious Monk. It maybe refers to the car crashing down towards Sunset Boulevard.