45 tracks selected from the 6 hour mini-series.

To bring a sense of authenticity to the songs, many of the classics are perfomed by the actors in the series, who include Mark Priestley, Anthony Hayes, Matthew Whittet and Dean Atkinson.
Also featuring soprano Claire Farrugia and St. Andrews Cathedral School Boys Choir.

ARIA nomination - best soundtrack album
APRA/AGSC nomination - best soundtrack album
"The music was an integral part of the series, which is set in the presesnt but includes flashbacks to the Changi camp. Some of the world war 2 classics act as transitions between the two eras, so the soundtrack is more than just a background", Mario Millo said.
Emotionally, too, the music acts as a kind of time warp, invoking the atmosphere of a country at war, and all the feelings, tensions and responses of the time.

According to John Doyle, when he conceived Changi he wanted music that ripped open the chest and grabbed the heart. That's exactly what Mario Millo has done on this extraordinary soundtrack album, which not only reflects the Changi series, but is a powerful emotional experience in its own right.

Produced by Mario Millo
Assistant to Composer: Cos Russo
Orchestrations: Mario Millo
Recording and Mixing Engineer: Christo Curtis
Conductor: Christopher Gordon
Concert Master: Phil Hartl
Orchestra: Pro Musica Orchestra, Sydney
Co-ordinator: Liz Millo
Recorded at Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC, Sydney 2001