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‘Lost’ Stars Make Tracks

Kate, Sawyer, Locke, Hurley among castaways revealing the soundtracks of their minds on iTunes

Ever wondered what "Lost" characters Hurley or Kate would say if they washed up on the classic show "Desert Island Discs"? Well, now you have a chance to find out.

Thanks to iTunes, you can download a seven-song EP "revealing classic songs important to them," according to ABC.

Individually titled Kate, Sawyer, Locke, Hurley, Charlie and Dharma (for the Dharma Initiative), the seven "Lost EPs" were issued by Universal Enterprises via iTunes beginning Tuesday, to coincide with the premiere episode of the series’ final season.

The Lost EPs also can be previewed at the ABC Music Lounge on ABC.com.

“If you want to get inside the characters’ heads and find out what inspires and motivates them, then just push play,” "Lost" executive producer Edward Kitsis said in a statement.

So what do they listen to? Kate’s includes Bon Jovi’s "Bad Medicine" and Elvis Costello’s "Jack of All Parades," while Sawyer’s include The James Gang’s "Walk Away" (advice he would never follow) and KISS’ "Strutter."

Hurley also has a KISS song, "C’mon and Love Me," along with Velvet Underground’s "Jesus." Charlie, a musician on the show, favors The Who’s "I’m One" and Sonic Youth’s "Dirty Boots" (what, no DriveShaft?).

The Dharma playlist starts with "Dharma Lady" (of course) by Geronimo Jackson and concludes with Derek & the Dominos’ "Bell Bottom Blues."

All the songs come from the Universal Music Group archive.