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A LOST Theme Song Parody, tenth in a series of Theme Song Homages, sung to the tune of the One and Only title theme from LOST, as well as the composition, "Life and Death"
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More Theme Songs!
Superman Theme Song - http://goo.gl/lZPxsD
James Bond Theme Song - http://goo.gl/Ox6CXN
Jaws Theme Song - http://goo.gl/A39CY9
Back to the Future Theme Song - http://goo.gl/E7WQfp
Batman Theme Song - http://goo.gl/1bw5vF
Indiana Jones and the Song of Theme - http://goo.gl/Kn1oUW
Star Wars Theme Song - http://goo.gl/bB0Tkf
Terminator Theme Song - http://goo.gl/QdoZ9v
LOST Theme Song - http://goo.gl/2OXzIr
Sex and the City Theme Song - http://goo.gl/krxFml
Twilight Theme Song - http://goo.gl/wSRMO4
SAW Theme Song - http://goo.gl/Z79xLo
Jurassic Park Theme Song - http://goo.gl/afy2kT
Pirates of the Caribbean Theme Song - http://goo.gl/xUMSQF
Harry Potter and the Theme Song - http://goo.gl/m8RIUX
Halloween Theme Song - http://goo.gl/dmjJpZ
Mission Impossible Theme Song - http://goo.gl/xE4x5v
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Theme Song - http://goo.gl/lcBWLd
Batman: The Dark Knight Theme Song - http://goo.gl/g4W4Pi
The Lord of the Rings Theme Song - http://goo.gl/ZzwdwH
Superman: the Man of Steel Theme Song - http://goo.gl/3r3WWI
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Thanks to my buddy Ben Westlake for the idea of the Lost intro at the beginning.
LOST is my favorite television show ever. Every week it was an event to be watched with friends, and if that wasn't possible, it was surely talked about every day for a week afterward. I had been introduced to the show through my girlfriend at the time who loved the concept. I tuned in to a very slow Jin and Sun episode about halfway through the first season and wanted to shut it off at every commercial break. I was confused about what was going on, the pace was deadly, and I didn't really like the characters. However, that night when I signed online, there was an article about things I might have missed as an audience member while I was watching the episode. I clicked on it out of curiosity, and I have been hooked on the show ever since. I had never seen a program on television before that used so many metaphors, literary references, and easter eggs to keep viewers involved. LOST has taken it's place as my favorite show EVER. That's right. Ever. Sorry if you're a hater. But, if you are, go back and start at Season 1, Episode 1.
I didn't necessarily try and become the characters this time as I normally do in my other Goldentusk Theme Songs. I was singing this song more as a tribute to the show itself. There was a contest for Comic-Con where you had to design an original 30 second theme song for the show, and I had entered the first verse of this for that, and LOST. (pun intended) A year later, I was getting excited for the finale and decided to write the theme song for fun. My buddy Ben had given me the idea to do the opening as a gag for the fans, but fifteen seconds was just too short and as many times as I tried to write something that I thought was really clever, I never got what I wanted. So I took Life and Death and just wrote the rest of that song. I was telling it as if I were an audience member who connected with each character so much that I identified with him, therefore I am dressed like many of the characters, but don't look like them (ie. Locke's bald head, Sawyer's blonde hair, the exception being Matthew Fox's Future Jack :) ) (Another sidenote: When I cut my hair very short and don't shave, I have been told I resemble Matthew Fox)
You can't read the titles in the video, but all the books are from the LOST reading list. I took them out on the same day at the library. They were all there. And by the time I had returned them, they had racked up a $30 late fee.
In this video, I portray (in a way) Jack, Locke, Hurley, Sawyer, Charlie, and Roger WorkMan (a reference that you'll only get if you were an actual fan of the show)
I put subliminal images throughtout the video because LOST's advertising was always notorious for that.