Mad Men's final season began last night (technically, this is part two of the final season, but nobody really buys that), and while the visuals (Roger's mustache! Don's lonely apartment!) and Matthew Weiner's dialogue tend to get most of the attention from critics and viewers alike, there's a great deal of sound design and music—tasked with creating the right texture for every scene—that generally goes completely ignored.

Here, then, are selected scenes from last night's episode with the dialogue removed, but all the other sounds retained. The music is by David Carbonara; your sound design and editing were by Peter Bentley, Alexandra Patsavas, Jenny Barak, Cormac Funge, Edmond Coblentz, and Mark Cookson, among others.

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