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Flowchart's "Warm and Quirky", released on Earthprogram's Warmth label in 2002 was recently licensed to ABC Studios for usage in one of the very last episodes of the iconic show.
The deep house track appears as a background cue during a historical flashback scene in episode #608. When reached for comment, Sean O'Neal aka Flowchart stated, "It's unbelievable, Lost is the most popular science fiction show in recent memory. it's like licensing music to Star Trek."