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By Caitlin Morrow on May 12, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I have been waiting for the release of this soundtrack since the beginning of Lost's fourth season last year. It was worth the wait! Giacchino is one of the finest composers on television. He masters both suspense and stirring emotion, capturing in sound everything that makes Lost such a great show. One of the things I love about the soundtracks are the recurring leitmotifs and themes, like the beautiful "Life and Death/Win One For The Reaper" theme that first appeared back in season 1. The track "Ji Yeon" combines that theme with "The Last To Know," another one of my favorite themes and "Locke of the Island" combines Locke's two themes with the Others theme, building on his growth over the seasons. But there are a lot of new themes on this album and it is worth purchasing the whole thing. If you only want a few songs, head over to Amazon's mp3 store and pick up some of the more powerful tracks to relive season 4. My favorites are "Of Mice and Ben" (Ben surrenders to Keamy at the end of the finale, part 1), "There's No Place Like Home" (the Oceanic 6 is reunited with their families off-Island), "The Constant" (who can forget Desmond's call to Penny from the freighter?), "Locke-ing Horns" (the survivors split into two factions and go their separate ways... Jack cries), "Lost Away - Or Is It?" (the best version of Sayid's theme so far) and "Hostile Negotiations" (the death of Alex--it's like a more concentrated version of Ben's sad piano theme in the third season track "Dharmacide"). I have a preference for the character and emotional themes, but I'm sure some people prefer the action ("Bobbing For Freighters" is a good one). I could keep going and list half the album-- it is just that good. Preview it for yourself!
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My expectations were high for this album, and I was not disappointed in the slightest. This is some of Michael Giacchino's best work. He's developed a very specific sound for Lost, yet within that sound are countless themes and motifs that he's constantly adapting and modifying and developing in fascinating ways. Granted, season 4 is probably the weakest thus far, musically speaking and otherwise. And yet this was still the one album I KNEW I'd be buying this year!

This soundtrack is similar in format to the first two - it's one disc with music from the whole season. Even though it doesn't have a separate disc with the complete soundtrack for the season finale (like season 3), you won't feel cheated when it comes to the finale: half of the disc is taken up by music from "There's No Place Like Home," starting with the track of the same name. This was a good decision - the last half of the disc really shines, with a lot of exciting action music and consistently excellent use of the various themes.

That's not to say the first half is bad, though. We're introduced to the new theme for the freighter in "Time and Time Again," Walt and Michael's theme FINALLY makes it onto CD in "Michael's Right to Remain Wrong," and "Ji Yeon" features a gorgeous but heartbreaking counterpoint between the theme for Sun and Jin and the life and death theme. But I always find myself eagerly anticipating "There's No Place Like Home," in which the Oceanic 6 theme is beautifully introduced, and after which the music sustains a very high level of awesomeness.
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I really only like a couple of "songs" from this brings back memories of my favorite show. Michael Giacchino- how can you go wrong. Wish they had a double CD for all the season with the best of LOST. Some is just scenes and really isn't listening music. No place like home makes me well up every time I hear it. Very moving.
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Best soundtrack of the whole series. This soundtrack is one I'm gonna listen to over and over again. It's captures the epicness, the action, emotion, suspense, and tragedy of the season. Certain tracks bring up old reactions to certain scenes from the 4th season like the music that played during the Penny and Desmond scenes in the Constant and in the finale, deaths of some of the characters, the smoke monster attacking the Mercenaries, Sayid and Nania, and the Oceanic Six as they leave the Island. It even has some of the old tracks but made better. This soundtrack is great. 5/5
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I absolutely love the music from LOST. Michael Giacchino is a genius. However, I have to say that listening to it by itself is not the same as when I hear it on the show. With a few exceptions. Some of the softer tunes are soothing and beautiful to hear without the show such as "Landing Party" but the scary music isn't so much fun to listen to without watching the characters and the interesting situations that are occurring as the music is playing. I recommend just enjoying it from the show unless you find certain songs you like to hear in which case I would just download them instead of buying the whole cd.
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I loved Lost. I miss it dreadfully. Then I learned there were soundtracks but could not get them in Australia so I bought them from Amazon. Wow. The music from Season 1, 2 and 3 is stunning. My favourites are: Life and Death, Tribes Merge, World's Worst Beach Party, Locked Out Again, Hurley's Handouts and many more.

I have yet to listen to seasons 4, 5 and 6 but I know I won't be disappointed.
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