Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 Op. 18 technically
is the theme song of The L, or at least the commentary series I did on The L.Gilbert O'Sullivan's Alone Again
could be considered the theme song for every single character. There's not one sane character in the story, and they all want to die. And they all do, after having their minds torn to shreds. There's no point getting attached to any of them.
When I was writing it in 2006 the closing
theme was Twilight Time
, because it has nothing to do with the story. It jars people away from the depressing crap that just happened. If it was a TV series each episode would have a different rendition performed by one of my top bands.
As for MIMIC, it's got to beSally's Song
and Forms of Imprisonment
The lyrics even appear on a double page. These two songs pretty much inspired the story.