Few films have ever used music so effectively. Juke Box tunes play throughout to different effect. At times it makes the violence and savagery familiar. A regular occurrence, depriving it of value, the very view of the mobsters themselves. It makes their whole lifestyle seem just the same as any. While at other times it is ironic, showing the ugly dehumanization. The ending song is The Sex Pistols’ rendition of “My Way”, an ironic song itself being originally by traditional swing singers, the very opposite of The Sex Pistols. The Sex Pistols add a defiance and violence to “My Way”, making it mean something else. Much like mobsters did with ‘The American Dream’. The song lacks the glamour of the original, much like the mobster loses the glamour it once had.