The incredibly delicate, beautiful theme to Fringe by Michael Giacchino [Lost, Alcatraz, Star Trek, Cloverfield, Up] and composer J.J. Abrams is something to behold and easily falls in line behind other wonderful scoring selections like Giacchino's work on Lost.
Giacchino provided a few selections to the soundtrack for Fringe Season One. Most of Season One is scored by his assistant Chad Seiter, while Chris Tilton assumed scoring responsibilities for the other half. Tilton would take the lead on the remaining seasons for the series. Giacchino's wonderfully sinister End Title Theme appears on the soundtrack for Season Two. I only have the first season which is essential, but all of the soundtracks provide wonderful accompaniment to the mood of the series in general. Here is the fantastic opening music, composed by J.J. Abrams, accompanying a clever visual experience as ciphers, with more going on than meets the eye, combine with assorted fringe science subject titles that drift across the screen.