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Lost - Season 4 (Original Television Soundtrack)

Michael Giacchino

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Customer Reviews

Best Soundtrack of the Five Seasons

This album by far holds the best of Michael Giacchino's work on Lost. Reworking old themes, and introducing new heartfelt ones this soundtrack really captured the emotion and tension of one of the shows best seasons. Highlight Tracks: Time and Time Again: Introduces the Freighter People's theme in a haunting and thrilling score The Constant: By far the most well known and probably the most anticipated track out of the season, this is the song where Desmond calls Penny in order to correct his failing mind,creating one of the most beautiful and heart warming themes ever to be written on Lost Timecrunch: Incorporates the theme I have come to call the "Travel Song", due to its use whenever an islander undergoes a long physical journey. This theme is by far one of the most haunting, and striking themes in the show, and it is often hard to find in the soundtrack CD's. So far it has only been included in the track Hollywood and Vines from the first season, but this version trumps it in both length, and overall power There's No Place Like Home/ Landing Party/ Of Mice and Ben: All of these incorporate the same sweeping theme that has come to be known by fans as the Oceanic 6 theme, playing during their arrival back to the real world, and during Ben's capture by Keamy. These tracks offer a beautiful sweeping track that becomes both thrilling, emotional, and heart touching. Bobbing for Freighters: My personal favorite, captures the tension, emotion, and suspense of the Freighter explosion

Lost at its best

I was only looking to buy one of the Lost soundtracks, and I settled on this one. The music on this one flows really well, and it's got a great mix of many of the best themes from the show. You should consider getting the full album - 26 tracks for 10 bucks - but if you want to pick and choose tracks, here are some recommendations and notes: Locke'ing Horns - I really like the two themes that get mixed together here. You can here the first theme in the preview, the other one is that piano piece from the end of season 1 and various death scenes. Lost Away - or Is It?/Nadia On Your Life/Timecrunch - "Lost Away" and "Nadia" both feature the really incredible Nadia theme, and one of the reasons I bought this season's soundtrack is because I wanted that theme. "Nadia" and "Timecrunch" both end with that great travelling theme that was first heard in the second episode of the show. The Constant/Lying for the Island - Both feature the same Desmond/Penny theme, and they're well worth buying. "Lying" is a little stronger, while "The Constant" is softer. Ji Yeon - One of the strongest pieces, very gentle and heartfelt Hostile Negotiations - The music for that horrible, shocking death in the middle of the season, you know which one I mean. This is a powerful, emotional piece. Tracks 15-26 are from the incredible season finale - they're all solid. There's No Place Like Home/Landing Party - Same theme plays in both pieces, you really should get at least one of these tracks. Of Mice and Ben/Can't Kill Keamy/Bobbing for Freighters - Tense, dramatic, emotion-ridden pieces from the finale. One disappointment I want to mention: Early in the season, when the Losties first see the helicopter, the main Lost theme plays really quickly and dramatically in its entirety. That was one of my favorite musical cues from this season and I was sad that it didn't make it onto the album.

Best so far

For those familiar with LOST and previous LOST score albums, this will sound familiar. The typical Giacchino 'sounds' are here; however, the season four score is a more well-balanced and emotionally-charged album than the previous three. The standard dissonant/action cues are well-spaced and broken up by the REALLY interesting pieces: the more emotional moments. These range from the gentle, tender LOST theme on piano and viola to sweeping, heart-wrenching orchestral movements. Difficult for fans to not get all goosey-bumpy. Overall, the season four score is a more interesting and involving listen than the first three releases.

Biography

Born: October 10, 1967 in Riverside Township, New Jersey

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Composer Michael Giacchino grew up fascinated with both movies and music, and he's gone on to an ideal career writing scores for a number of acclaimed films, television series, and video games. Michael Giacchino was born in Riverside Township, New Jersey on October 10, 1967, and grew up in nearby Edgewater Park. As a child, he developed an interest in animation and began making stop-motion cartoons, but discovered his favorite part was selecting the music that would match the action. After high school,...
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