Criss Angel Mindfreak Theme Song


If you do not already know yet, Criss Angel, born Christopher Nicholas Sarantakos, also happens to be a professional musician. In fact, way before Criss Angel Mindfreak, the show, he was half of the industrial duo Angeldust.

So, it only makes sense for him to perform his own show’s theme song.

The song used in Criss Angel Mindfreak is, quite obviously, entitled “Mindfreak.” It is part of the official soundtrack of the show which was released in 2006.

Not much additional information is available for the song except that it was produced by Jonathan Davis of the band Korn. On a related note, the same soundtrack also has a track called “MF2” or “MindFreak2.” In that song, we know that Sully Erna from Godsmack and guitarist-extraordinaire Nuno Bettencourt from Extreme are featured.

There’s another album by Criss called Mindfreak. It was released in 2002 and was intended as the soundtrack for his show (series first aired in 2005). This Mindfreak album does not have the “Mindfreak” song. Confused already?

Here you go: The “Mindfreak” song, known by many as the theme song to Criss Angel Mindfreak, the show, is in this album.

Below is “MF2”, the second track in the disc.

If you follow the user who uploaded the videos above, you’ll realize that he uploaded all 22 tracks in the soundtrack. Check them out before it gets taken down.


Dog the Bounty Hunter Theme Song


The theme song is of the same name, “Dog, the Bounty Hunter,” and is part of Ozzy Osbourne’s Prince of Darkness box set album (track 13 in disc three). Although regarded as a compilation album (Price of Darkness), the song was previously unreleased. It was composed by record producer and songwriter Mark Hudson.

The song heard in the television show is the whole of the song. In the album, it lasts only 53 seconds.

Dog the Bounty Hunter theme song lyrics

There’s fear and darkness all around you,
The criminals are on the run
No use in hiding in the dark,
I’ll hunt you down ’cause I’m the dog

I’m the dog,
The big bad dog
The bounty hunter

Watch & listen

Intervention Theme Song

The Intervention theme song—the one that is actually played at the end of the show, is entitled “Five Steps.” It is performed by an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York called The Davenports, and is from their debut album Speaking of The Davenports. “Five Steps” was composed by their front man, Scott Klass.

Intervention is a reality-based television series about the issues faced by addicts of many kinds. It has been on air on the cable television network, A&E since 2005.

Lyrics of Five Steps

Veins swell
You know me, Ellen, enough to tell
Five steps you’re over

Quick cut
Make your move deliberate
Five steps you’re over

No reprimand
Deliberate, demand
With your two feet at hand

Get back
This train’s a comin’ down the track
Five steps you’re over



The Davenports – Five Steps.mp3 (6.04 MB)

Intervention theme song ringtone

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