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"Eko of the Past"
3x05-Eko of the Past
Track length
2:45
Track type
Suspense Track
Episode title
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©2008 Varèse Sarabande and Michael Giacchino


"Eko of the Past" is an orchestral piece on the Season 3 soundtrack. The brooding ascending minor second followed by a falling minor second, represents particularly the brutish side of Eko's past.

Main appearance

Eko dreams of the events from "The 23rd Psalm". When he wakes up, he sees Yemi standing over him, saying it is time for Eko's confession, and he will be waiting somewhere for him.

Sayid and Charlie notice that Eko's tent is on fire. They drag him from it. When they look back a little later though, Eko is gone.

Full list of appearances

  • Eko kills the old man. ("The 23rd Psalm")
  • Eko tells Locke to take him to the question mark. ("?")
    • Eko tells Richard Malkin that he will report to his monsignor that there was no miracle. ("?")
    • Eko and Locke attempt to open the Pearl hatch. ("?")
    • Eko and Locke explore the Pearl. ("?")
  • Eko leaves the Swan station through the Hatch, and sees the quarantine warning. ("Live Together, Die Alone")
  • Eko dreams of Yemi than awakens to him. ("The Cost of Living")
  • In a Previously on Lost recap, Eko's search party watches the Pearl orientation film. They see Mikhail on the monitors. ("Enter 77")
  • Bonnie and Greta capture Charlie. ("Greatest Hits")
  • Hurley watches a DHARMA construction worker stamp the serial number on the hatch door. ("Some Like It Hoth")
  • Miles tells Dr. Chang that he needs to evacuate everyone off the Island. ("Follow the Leader")

Influences

The piece begins with the psychic motif. It ends on its own motif.

Title significance

The title plays on the phrase "echo of the past." Eko confronts his past in this episode.


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