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Lost Season 2 (Original Television Soundtrack)
Soundtrack2
Released
October 3, 2006
Length
59:18
Label
Varèse Sarabande
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The Lost Season 2 (Original Television Soundtrack) was released on October 3, 2006. Varèse Sarabande released another soundtrack album featuring music composed by Giacchino from the show's second season. Season 2's disc artwork features the message bottle with the blast door map behind it. However, some of these elements appear to be incorrect on the Season 2 disc.

A Note from the Composer

I am about to start my 3rd season of composing music for LOST. This summer, for the first time since I began working on the show, I had a chance to visit the set in Hawaii.

This show has always been special to me, for so many reasons, but my visit with the wonderful cast and crew reaffirmed for me why I love working on the show. You couldn't find a more fun, generous, warm and simply inspirational group of people.

In the end, LOST isn't necessarily about the polar bears, the hatch, the numbers or even the Others. For me, LOST is about the idea that we as individuals can be better. Whatever happens to you in life, the one thing you always have is the chance to improve upon your flaws.

As I quietly wandered the beach set that serves as the encampment for the survivors, I couldn't help but think of our own world as that troubled island in LOST, a small bottle violently tossed in a despondent storm of emotion. And yet, even with its failings, sometimes the sea is calm, and I am able to find hope that it may improve.

Michael Giacchino

Track list

Season 2 back cover
Back cover
# Track title Track length Episode title
1 "Main Title" (Composed by J.J. Abrams) 0:17 None
2 "Peace Through Superior Firepower" 1:26 "Man of Science, Man of Faith"
3 "The Final Countdown" 5:48 "Orientation"
4 "World's Worst Landscaping" 1:17 "Everybody Hates Hugo"
5 "Mess It All Up" 1:27
6 "Hurley's Handouts" 4:42
7 "Just Another Day on the Beach" 2:47 "The Other 48 Days"
8 "Ana Cries" 1:48
9 "The Tribes Merge" 2:03
10 "The Gathering" 4:19 "Collision"
11 "Shannon's Funeral" 2:12 "What Kate Did"
12 "All's Forgiven... Except Charlie" 5:19 "The 23rd Psalm"
13 "Charlie's Dream" 1:50 "Fire + Water"
14 "Charlie's Temptation" 0:51
15 "A New Trade" 2:39 "One of Them"
16 "Mapquest" 0:39 "The Whole Truth"
17 "Claire's Escape" 3:44 "Maternity Leave"
18 "The Last to Know" 2:21 "The Whole Truth"
19 "Rose and Bernard" 2:39 "S.O.S."
20 "Toxic Avenger" 0:42 "Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1"
21 "I Crashed Your Plane, Brotha" 1:45 "Live Together, Die Alone, Part 2"
22 "Eko Blaster" 1:44
23 "The Hunt" 3:57
24 "McGale's Navy" 2:22
25 "Bon Voyage, Traitor" 5:30
26 "End Title" 0:32 None

Track descriptions

S2 soundtrack inner
Image used behind the disc tray
# Track title Track description Track type
1 "Main Title (Composed by J.J. Abrams)" Opening theme
2 "Peace Through Superior Firepower" Desmond rushes to protect the hatch. Suspense track
3 "The Final Countdown" Helen asks Locke to take a "leap of faith." Locke convinces Jack to push the button in the Swan for the first time. Suspense track
4 "World's Worst Landscaping" Hurley and Johnny play a prank on their boss. Character theme
5 "Mess It All Up" Hurley tells Rose about why he wants to blow up the food. Emotion track
6 "Hurley's Handouts" The survivors enjoy a feast provided by Hurley. Emotion track
7 "Just Another Day on the Beach" The tail-section survivors deal with the immediate aftermath of the crash. Action track
8 "Ana Cries" Ana Lucia cries in the jungle as Eko comforts her. Emotion track
9 "The Tribes Merge" The tail-section and mid-section survivors run into each other with tragic results. Action track
10 "The Gathering" The survivors reunite with one another at the beach. Emotion track
11 "Shannon's Funeral" The survivors hold a funeral for Shannon. Emotion track
12 "All's Forgiven... Except Charlie" Eko and Charlie recite the 23rd psalm as Yemi's plane burns away and we see a montage of the survivors at their camp. Character theme
13 "Charlie's Dream" Charlie dreams that Aaron is in danger. Suspense track
14 "Charlie's Temptation" Charlie is tempted by his drug stash. Character theme
15 "A New Trade" Sayid talks to Charlie about what he did to Henry. Character theme
16 "Mapquest" Sayid, Ana Lucia and Charlie see a landmark that Henry drew on his map. Suspense track
17 "Claire's Escape" Claire is assisted in escaping the Staff by Rousseau's daughter. Suspense track
18 "The Last to Know" Sun tells Jin about her pregnancy. Character theme
19 "Rose and Bernard" Rose tells Bernard why she needs to stay on the island. Character theme
20 "Toxic Avenger" Desmond awakens on the beach and is taken into the hatch by Kelvin. Suspense track
21 "I Crashed Your Plane, Brotha" In flashback, Desmond returns to the hatch as a system failure is in progress. In real time, he tells Locke the truth about the crash. Action/Suspense track
22 "Eko Blaster" Eko tries to blow open the blast door in the hatch with dynamite. Suspense track
23 "The Hunt" Sayid infiltrates the Others' camp and Walt's rescue party are captured. Action/Suspense track
24 "McGale's Navy" The captives are taken onto the Pala Ferry dock where they are confronted by Henry. Suspense track
25 "Bon Voyage, Traitor" Henry makes a deal with Michael and he leaves the captives with the Others. Suspense track
26 "End Title" Ending theme Action track

Album credits

  • Produced by Michael Giacchino
  • Executive Producer: Robert Townson
  • Orchestration by Michael Giacchino
  • Additional Orchestration by Chad Seiter
  • Conducted by Tim Simonec
  • Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony
  • Orchestra Contracted by Reggie Wilson
  • Recording Engineer: Dan Wallin
  • Copyist: Booker White
  • Music Editors: Stephen M. Davis, Michael T. Andreas
  • Additional Score Preparation: Andrea Datzman
  • Mastered by Erick Labson
  • CD Package Design by Matthew Joseph Peak
  • Recorded at Capitol Records, O'Henry Sound Studios, Warner Bros. Clint Eastwood Scoring Stage

The Hollywood Studio Symphony

Violin

  • Jim Sitterly (concert master)
  • John Wittenberg
  • Kenneth Yerke
  • Robert Brosseau
  • Rebecca Bunnell
  • Ron Clark
  • Charles Everett
  • Armen Garabedian
  • Berj Garabedian
  • Terence Glenny
  • Harris Goldman
  • Galina Golovin
  • Alan Grunfeld
  • Norman Hughes
  • Peter Kent
  • Ezra Kliger
  • Razdan Kuyumjian
  • Robert Matsuda
  • Alyssa Park
  • Mark Robertson
  • Shalini Vijayan
  • Shari Zippert
  • Jean Sudbury

Viola

  • Darrin McCann
  • Karie Prescott
  • Maria Newman
  • Caroline Buckman
  • Jorge Moraga
  • Andrew Picken
  • Shanti Randall
  • Richard Rintoul
  • Harry Shirinian
  • David Stenske
  • Marda Todd
  • Pamela Goldsmith

Cello

  • Larry Corbett
  • Suzie Katayama
  • Victor Lawrence
  • Daniel Smith
  • Stefanie Fife
  • Steven Richards
  • Richard Naill
  • Matthew Cooker
  • Miguel Martinez
  • Kevan Torfeh
  • John Acosta

Bass

  • David Stone
  • Karl Vincent
  • Norman Ludwin
  • Charles Nenneker

Trombone

  • Alexander Iles
  • Alan Kaplan
  • Charles Loper
  • Bruce Otto
  • Kenneth Kugler
  • Andrew Martin
  • William Booth
  • Bob McChesney
  • Steven Holtman
  • Robert Sanders

Bass Trombone

  • William Reichenbach
  • Craig Ware

Harp

  • Gayle Levant
  • Marcia Dickstein
  • Eleanor Choate

Guitar

  • Grant-Lee Phillips

Percussion

  • Emil Radocchia
  • Alan Vavrin
  • Daniel Greco

Special thanks

Special Super Thanks to Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Stephen Davis, Mike Andreas, Ra'uf Glasgow, Cheryl Foliart, Chad Seiter, Andrea Datzman, Samantha Thomas, and the ENORMOUSLY talented cast and crew of LOST. I must thank my team - were it not for the help of the players of the Hollywood Studio Symphony, the Disney music department, my conductor, contractors, copyists, music editors, and assistants and various LA recording stage crews, this CD would be blank. To Bryan Burk - I wish you were the dictionary definition for the word "producer." One of my favorite people, ever. And finally, J.J. Abrams - simply put, you are an imaginative genius who sparks my mind every time we get together. THANK YOU. And as always, "ginormous" love to my family - Jamie, Mick, Gracie and Griffith.

Michael Giacchino

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