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"Oceanic 815" is an orchestral piece on the Season One soundtrack. It closes the first season.
In a flashback, the passengers board Flight 815. Charlie struggles to stow his guitar. A white passenger sees Sayid and scowls. Jin examines Mr. Paik's watch. Michael fastens Walt seat belt; Edward Mars fastens Kate's handcuffs. Boone hands Shannon her inhaler. Hurley boards last, late, and starts reading a comic book. Arzt helps Claire put her luggage away. Locke and Jack exchange a quick glance.
Back on the Island, Jack and Locke peer into the newly-opened hatch.
Full list of appearances
The first movement of "Oceanic 815" plays during the following scenes:
- Charlie and Sayid return Aaron to the camp. ("Exodus, Part 3")
- Sawyer stops working and kisses Kate. ("The Glass Ballerina")
The motif blending the main and life and death themes plays during the following scenes:
- Walt turns from Hurley to his video game. Hurley sits and reads his comic book. ("Exodus, Part 3")
- Light enters the church. In the grove, Jack stares at the sky. ("The End")
The piece's first movement uses the main theme and its counterpoint. The main section blends the main theme with the life and death theme. It later moves into Locke's mystery theme. As the piece ends, the main mystery theme blends with the action conclusion.
The motif blending the main and life and death themes forms part of "Moving On", the piece that closes the series.