"Locke'd Out Again"
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"Locke'd Out Again" è un pezzo orchestrale della colonna sonora della prima stagione. E' usato come tema principale di John Locke.

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In a flashback, Locke awakens in pain after his operation. His mother enters and explains that she approached him at his father's instructions to con him out of his kidney. Locke tears out his IV tube and starts crying. In the next scene, he drives up to his father's house and tries to enter, but Eddie doesn't let him. Locke goes up to the gate nonetheless, then drives off, beating his car's steering wheel and roof in despair.

In the present day, Locke beats the hatch and yells at the Island in anger and desperation. From within the hatch, a light comes on.

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"Locke'd Out Again" and its variations play during the following scenes:


"Shannonigans," "Locke-about" and "The Final Countdown" use the theme from "Locke'd Out Again."

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The title places Locke's name into the phrase "locked out again." The piece's main scene shows Locke locked out in two situations: he bangs against his father's locked gates and the locked hatch. He's also metaphorically locked out in both cases—emotionally and spiritually, respectively.

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