CSI: Miami Soundtrack (

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CSI: Miami follows Horatio Caine (David Caruso), a former homicide detective, who leads a team of investigators in solving crimes in the steamy, tropical setting of Miami.

His team includes Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter), a bilingual Southern beauty specializing in ballistics; Lieutenant Megan Donner (Kim Delaney); Detective Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez), an underwater recovery expert; Walter Simmons (Omar Benson Miller), who pushes the CSIs to rely more on science and research rather than databases.

Other members of the team include Los Angeles Police transfer Jesse Cardoza (Eddie Cibrian), former FBI agent Natalia Boa Vista (Eva LaRue), and Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo), a genetics expert recruited after the death of Detective Timothy Speedle (Rory Cochrane).

Assisting the team are Coroner Alexx Woods (Khandi Alexander) and her replacement Tara Price (Megalyn Echikunwoke), Miami Dade Police Sergeant Frank Tripp (Rex Linn), and Horatio's sister-in-law, Detective Yelina Salas (Sofia Milos).

Throughout their investigations, the team works with allies and nemeses, including Internal Affairs Lieutenant Rick Stetler (David Lee Smith), States Attorney Rebecca Nevins (Christina Chang), Medical Examiner Tom Loman (Christian Clemenson), and newly minted detective Sam Owens (Taylor Cole).

Together, these investigators gather and analyze evidence to solve crimes and bring justice to the victims who cannot speak for themselves.

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CSI: Miami
Won't Get Fooled Again
Pete Townshend: Writer
The Who: Performer
The Cubist News
Fila Brazillia: Writer
Lullaby Berkowitz
Fila Brazillia: Writer

User reviews

Charles Gonzalez

The theme music that plays during the iconic one-liners delivered by Horatio Caine adds a touch of dramatic flair to the show.

Michelle Mitchell

The music often intensifies the emotional impact of key moments in the show, making them even more memorable.

Margaret Miller

I found the overall production quality of the soundtrack to be subpar. The mixing and mastering of the music seemed rushed and uneven, resulting in a lackluster listening experience that did not do justice to the high-stakes investigations portrayed in the series.

Charles Thomas

The music sets the tone for each episode, creating a sense of anticipation and drama that keeps viewers engaged.

Daniel Carter

The variety of musical styles used in the soundtrack adds depth and dimension to the storytelling, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Mark Lewis

The music did not effectively enhance the suspense and intensity of the crime-solving scenes. Instead of creating a sense of urgency and intrigue, the soundtrack often felt disconnected from the action on screen, diminishing the impact of key moments in the show.

Margaret Turner

The use of recurring musical motifs throughout the series helps create a sense of continuity and cohesion in the storytelling.

Steven Allen

The opening theme song, Won't Get Fooled Again by The Who, perfectly captures the high-energy and fast-paced nature of the show.

Charles Wright

The emotional depth of the soundtrack shines through in moments of reflection and character development, adding a human touch to the crime-solving narrative.

Andrew Davis

The variety of music genres used in the soundtrack, from rock to hip-hop to ambient, keeps the audience engaged and interested throughout the episodes.

James Gonzalez

The soundtrack effectively complements the steamy, tropical setting of Miami, adding an extra layer of depth to the storytelling.

Ronald Gonzalez

The soundtrack features a mix of instrumental tracks and popular songs that perfectly capture the mood of each scene.

Ronald Phillips

The iconic theme song instantly evokes the Miami setting and the high-stakes nature of the investigations led by Horatio Caine and his team.

Carol Hernandez

Daniel Perez

The use of electronic beats and synths in the soundtrack helps create a sense of urgency and suspense during the investigation scenes.