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I feel quite sure that, had Manhattan been leveled in a nuclear blast twelve years ago, I'd remember. I understand the desire to draw parallels to any- and everything, but, honestly, a sense of perspective and scale is a useful thing to have.
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No, it's not. You can confirm this for yourself by looking up "Doctor Who Series 1 & 2 Soundtrack - The Cybermen's Theme" on Youtube, and then watching minutes 30 and 31 of "Turn Left" on Netflix. The music which plays under the Colasantos' departure isn't the Cybermne's theme; it isn't a reference thereto, or a riff thereon, or a quote thereof. It's just incidental music in a minor key. Sorry about that.
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