The castaways on ABC's Lost have one more season of getting beat up, kidnapped, shot at, dragged underground by smoke monsters, catapulted through time-space, and vaporized by nuclear bombs. But through all of their trials on the mysterious island, there's been a soundtrack -- and, like everything on Lost, there's often a deeper meaning to the music.
Here, SPIN's Peter Gaston -- an avid Lostie -- reveals the best musical moments from the series' first five seasons.
Season 6 premieres Tuesday, February 2, at 9 P.M. EST on ABC.
WARNING: This article definitely contains spoilers for viewers who haven't seen all five seasons of Lost.
Vince Staples is hardly the ingratiating type. “Don’t shake my hands unless you passing payment,” instructs the redoubtable young’un on “C.M.B.,” a paean to ruthlessly mercenary, Randian capitalism. “Keep your salutation / I need my 40 acres.” This ice-grilling Left Coaster is more Mack 10 than Myka 9, a verbal marksman who refuses to placate… More »