|Introduced In||Man of Science, Man of Faith|
|Last Seen In||Live Together, Die Alone|
|Owned By||The DHARMA Initiative|
Music that has been played on the record player includes the following:
- "Make Your Own Kind of Music" by Mama Cass in "Man of Science, Man of Faith" - Played by Desmond during his morning routine, and also as a diversion for Jack when he entered the hatch.
- "Up On the Roof" by The Drifters in "Everybody Hates Hugo" - Hurley and Rose listen to this song while inventorying the food in the hatch.
- "Walking after Midnight" by Patsy Cline in "What Kate Did" - Kate plays this song in the hatch while she in tending to Sawyer, while the others are away at Shannon's funeral.
- "Fall on Me" by the Pousette-Dart Band in "The Hunting Party". - Charlie and Hurley opt to play this song over one by "Geronimo Jackson".
- "Papa Loves Mambo" by Perry Como in "Fire + Water". - Hurley and Libby have the song playing in the background while doing laundry".
- "Pushin' Too Hard" by The Seeds in "The Whole Truth". - Locke and Jack listen to the this song while Ana interrogates Ben.
- "Compared to What" by Les McCann in "Lockdown". - Locke has this song playing over the record player in the hatch while he is exercising.
- "These Arms of Mine" by Otis Redding in "S.O.S." - Locke plays this song in the hatch after having a chat with Rose on the beach.
- "Chains and Things" by B.B. King in "Live Together, Die Alone" - Played by Kelvin as he adds on to the blast door map.