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Why Westworld Uses a Player Piano

Following each week’s episode of Westworld, show composer Ramin Djawadi (Game of Thrones) will be Vulture's guide to the music. This week on HBO's Westworld, the show threw us for a loop by not playing any modern music — just a little bit of ragtime and classical. "Peacherine Rag" kicks in when Dolores ... More »
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