Each game in the TimeSplitters series has its own unique soundtrack, mostly created by composer Graeme Norgate (although he was aided by Goteki and Christian Marcussen in TimeSplitters 2 and TimeSplitters Future Perfect. Norgate also worked on many famous video games made by Rare for the Nintendo 64, such as GoldenEye and Perfect Dark. Indeed, the "Spaceship" track from the original TimeSplitters is notably similar to some of Perfect Dark's Skedar-themed music.


The majority of the music from all three TimeSplitters games was available for download, free of charge, from Free Radical Design's web page. The website also offered printable album artwork. However, since the company was bought out by Crytek, the website has closed down and the music is no longer traceable from the developers themselves. It is still available for free elsewhere online.

  • Graeme Norgate also has the music to the TimeSplitters games, as well as many of the other videogames he has scored, on his own website. However, the selection is not complete, with Future Perfect in particular lacking some cues.
Graeme Norgate's official webspace

Official MusicEdit


Track Composer Notes
Tomb Norgate The end for this has been edited in TS2 to be shorter.
Chinese Norgate The originial version of this track is listed as TS1 - Chinese in the 2 sequels, as in TS2, the length was changed from 3:25 to 4:50.
Cyberden Norgate
Cyberden Launch Norgate This is a quicker version of the original piece.
Village Norgate Norgate - "How do you write music for a village? No idea, and to me, this sounds more like Delerium."
Chemical Plant Norgate
Planet X Norgate
Mansion Norgate Norgate brands this "Horror Lite!"
Docks Norgate
Spaceways Norgate Norgate's sci-fi leitmotif is first heard here. It's heard again in TimeSplitters Future Perfect, on the VR track.
Graveyard Norgate This track is unavalible in TS2.
Site Norgate Norgate - "Sort of guitary industrialy type tune."
Streets Norgate
Castle Norgate
Bank Norgate
Spaceship Norgate
Mall Norgate

Melody comparable to stereotypical elevator Muzak. Has three sections.

Compound Norgate
Warzone Norgate
Alien Tileset Norgate
Gothic Tileset Norgate
Industrial Tileset Norgate
Virtual Tileset Norgate
Title Screen Norgate The original TimeSplitters main theme. The menu music in TimeSplitters 2 emulates this. A second version on Graeme's website is shorter and called Front End.
Spaceport Norgate Dubbed "Spaceport" by TS Music Box. It's heard in the Spaceport Tileset. Has remnants of the TS1 Credits theme.

TimeSplitters 2Edit

Track Composer Notes
Siberia Norgate
Siberia Chopper Attack Norgate A faster and slightly edited version of the main Siberia song.
Chicago Norgate
Notre Dame Norgate It seems to be inspired by Mozart's Lacrimosa
Notre Dame Portal Daemon Norgate Loosely inspired by "Never Let Me Down Again" by Depeche Mode.
Return to Planet X Norgate
NeoTokyo Norgate Features the NeoTokyo leitmotif, which is heard in several places in TimeSplitters 2. It is an obvious homage to the Track "Tales Of The Future" from the 1982 movie Blade Runner, a film which heavily inspired the NeoTokyo level.
Wild West Norgate Norgate - "Described by The Edge magazine as Ennio Morricone on Acid - sweet." It is influenced by Craig Armstrong's "Gas Station Theme" from the 1996 film "Romeo + Juliet". The track's guitar parts were played by Richard Parr.
Atomsmasher Norgate
Aztec Ruins Exterior Norgate
Aztec Ruins Interior Norgate
Robot Factory Norgate Norgate - "I'm not sure why I thought this, but I wanted to write the oddest tune I could come up with. If you think Robot Factory you'd think, mechanical, rhythmic and repetitive wouldn't you? Seems, I didn't." An edited version of this song is used in the story menu.
Space Station Norgate
Mexican Mission Norgate
Ice Station Norgate
Hospital Norgate
Training Ground Norgate
Scrapyard Norgate
Nightclub Norgate A more upbeat rendition of the Chicago track. Norgate comments that this piece took a long time to compose.
Hangar Norgate Also used in the Chasm level.
Ufopia Norgate
TS2 Streets Norgate While the level remains the same, Streets featured different music from its original incarnation. This track is also the Alien Tileset's default music.
Circus Norgate
TS2 Industrial Tileset Norgate This is the second track to feature the NeoTokyo theme.
TS2 Virtual Tileset Norgate This is in fact the Alien Tileset music from the original TimeSplitters.
Anaconda Norgate
AstroLander Norgate The NeoTokyo theme arises again here, this time in a considerably slower and more 'primitive' rendition.
RetroRacer Norgate
TS2 Title Screen Norgate A remixed and updated continuation of the original TimeSplitters theme.
Story Level Select Norgate A segment of "Robot Factory" slightly edited for length.
TS2 Credits Norgate This song is also the virtual tileset's music in TimeSplitters Future Perfect.
Goteki TS Remix Goteki
Mission Success Norgate
Mission Failure Norgate See Article
Aztec Background Noise Norgate
Mapmaker Norgate A curious inclusion, as there is no background mapmaker music in TimeSplitters 2.

TimeSplitters Future PerfectEdit

Track Composer Notes
Scotland the Brave Norgate Norgate - "One of my all time favourite tracks I've done, and it's got bloody bagpipes in, I ask you!"
Castle Tank Boss Norgate The same song is used for the demo played at the beginning of the game.
The Russian Connection Marcussen
The Khallos Express Marcussen
The Khallos Express Helicopter Marcussen
Mansion of Madness Norgate Norgate comments that this was influenced by The Shining. It also sounds similar to some of the score music from the 1999 movie End of Days.
What Lies Below Marcussen
Breaking and Entering Norgate
You Genius, U-Genix Marcussen
Machine Wars Marcussen
Something to Crow About Marcussen
You Take the High Road Marcussen
The Hooded Man Marcussen Same as Mars Prison.
Bunker Norgate
Disco a Go-Go Norgate The music from the Disco level.
Horror Hotel Marcussen The music from the Hotel level.
Siberia Norgate
Spaceport Norgate This was based upon a remix for Illumina. The very beginning is also similar to the melody of a Russian folk song.
Mind the Gap Norgate The music from the Subway level.
Who's the Mummy? Norgate & Goteki The music from the Temple level.
Venice Jeremy Taylor This is actually a fast-paced remix of the Funeral March for Queen Mary.
VR Norgate This map uses the familiar sci-fi leitmotif seen in original TimeSplitters's "Spaceways".
Zeppelin Croker
Egyptian Tileset Norgate
Horror Tileset Norgate Same track as heard in Glimpse of Stocking.
Lab Tileset Norgate This is the same track used in Cortez Can't Jump.
Military Tileset Norgate Same as Siberia of the same game
Like a Monkey Goteki "Like a Robot" with 'monkey' replacing 'robot' at every juncture.
Like a Robot Goteki
Like a Robot (instrumental version) Goteki "Like a Robot" without lyrics.
Mapmaker Norgate
TS3 Title Screen Norgate The theme of TimeSplitters Future Perfect is a different composition from the previous games. It sounds much like a piece from the Onegai Twins anime.
Movie Suite - Action Marcussen The three Movie Suite cues are used in cutscenes throughout the game.
Movie Suite - Sneak - Bad Guys Marcussen The three Movie Suite cues are used in cutscenes throughout the game.
Movie Suite - Sneak - Good Guys Marcussen The three Movie Suite cues are used in cutscenes throughout the game.

Unofficial MusicEdit

TimeSplitters AdvanceEdit

The music for TimeSplitters Advance was probably done solely by Graeme Norgate, but since the game was never released, we can only assume this.

TimeSplitters 4Edit

The upcoming music for TimeSplitters 4 is expected to be composed by Graeme Norgate and possibly Christian Marcussen.

TimeSplitters GoldEdit

TimeSplitters Gold uses MIDI renditions of the official music in TimeSplitters Future Perfect. These renditions were arranged by Monocledsardine of TeamSplitters.