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The Sopranos showrunner David Chase revealed that Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” hadn’t been a clear first choice to play over the drama’s infamous closing scene – and he only chose it because his crew told him not to.

In one of the most controversial moments in TV history (below), gangster Tony Soprano selects the ’80s classic from a diner jukebox while he waits for members of his family to join him. As everything appears to be business as usual, he looks up in response to the door bell signaling someone has entered, and the screen goes black.

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