Showtime's new comedy series "Californication," starring David Duchovny, is set to exclusively release installments of eight-song "track packs" via the Apple iTunes Music Store.

The packs, titled "Temptation: Music from the Showtime Series Californication," will be released by Abkco Records and will, in essence, be an evolving digital soundtrack with no physical counterpart.

"We fully realize that fresh thinking is what's called for in today's quickly evolving music industry," says Abkco senior VP Iris Keitel. "Our friends and partners at Showtime clearly concur."

"An episodic soundtrack enables us to establish a musical arc for the show," says "Californication," adds series creator Tom Kapinos.

The first installment hits the online music store Sept. 10 and will feature the first-time digital release of Paul Oakenfold's remix of the Doors' "L.A. Woman," "Mojo" by Peeping Tom (the new project from Mike Patton of Faith No More). They will also include songs by Tommy Stinson, Mindy Smith, Josh Blake, the Country Gentlemen, Arco and My Morning Jacket.

A new track pack of songs will be available after every four "Californication" episodes, costing $7.92. Showtime also will offer a video podcast on iTunes with behind-the-scenes interviews with the show's cast and producers.