Out Today: Two Twin Peaks CDs (But They’re Not Twins)

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Friday, September 8, 2017
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TWIN PEAKS (LIMITED EVENT SERIES ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK)
TWIN PEAKS (MUSIC FROM THE LIMITED EVENT SERIES)

It’s been almost a week now since the conclusion of Twin Peaks: The Return, and the world is still reeling from the way it concluded. (We can’t say “the way it ended,” because we still don’t want to believe that it’s all over.) Thankfully, we here at Rhino can offer at least a little bit of musical salve to fill the vacuum left by the series.

As of today, you can walk into your friendly neighborhood record store – or, failing that, you can walk up to whatever electronic device you use to access the internet – and purchase not one but two CDs worth of Twin Peaks music:

  • TWIN PEAKS: LIMITED EVENT SERIES SOUNDTRACK
  • TWIN PEAKS: MUSIC FROM THE LIMITED EVENT SERIES

What’s the difference between the two? Quite a bit, actually.

TWIN PEAKS: LIMITED EVENT SERIES SOUNDTRACK features the moody instrumental material that kept you on the edge of your seat throughout the course of the 18 episodes, which means you get lots of Angelo Badalamenti, of course, along with contributions from Muddy Magnolias, Grady Tate, Johnny Jewel, Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra / Witold Rowicki, David Lynch & Dean Hurley, Chromatics, and Thought Gang, which – spoiler alert – is actually the aforementioned Mr. Badalamenti teamed with the equally-aforementioned Mr. Lynch.

TWIN PEAKS: MUSIC FROM THE LIMITED EVENT SERIES, on the other hand, offers the material that was spotlighted in the Roadhouse and various other locales throughout the world of Twin Peaks, and it’s a remarkably diverse bunch of tunes from a variety of time periods. In addition to contributions from The Platters (“My Prayer”), Booker T. and The M.G.’s (“Green Onions”), ZZ Top (“Sharp Dressed Man”), and Otis Redding (“I’ve Been Loving You Too Long”), you also get material from Nine Inch Nails, Eddie Vedder, Julee Cruise, Shawn Colvin, Rebekah Del Rio, the Cactus Blossoms, and many others.

Below you’ll find the full track listing, but in case you’re wondering about the possibility on vinyl releases of these albums, just know that they’re forthcoming, they’ll be available by the end of the month, and they’ll be worth the wait.

TWIN PEAKS: LIMITED EVENT SERIES SOUNDTRACK

1. Twin Peaks Theme by Angelo Badalamenti
2. American Woman (David Lynch Remix) by Muddy Magnolias
3. Laura Palmer's Theme (Love Theme From Twin Peaks) by Angelo Badalamenti
4. Accident / Farewell Theme by Angelo Badalamenti
5. Grady Groove (feat. Grady Tate) by Angelo Badalamenti
6. Windswept (Reprise) by Johnny Jewel
7. Dark Mood Woods / The Red Room by Angelo Badalamenti
8. The Chair by Angelo Badalamenti
9. Deer Meadow Shuffle by Angelo Badalamenti
10. Threnody For The Victims Of Hiroshima (with Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra) by Witold Rowicki
11. Slow 30s Room by David Lynch & Dean Hurley
12. The Fireman by Angelo Badalamenti
13. Saturday (Instrumental) by Chromatics
14. Headless Chicken by Thought Gang
15. Night by Angelo Badalamenti
16. Heartbreaking by Angelo Badalamenti
17. Audrey's Dance by Angelo Badalamenti
18. Dark Space Low by Angelo Badalamenti

TWIN PEAKS: MUSIC FROM THE LIMITED EVENT SERIES

  1. Twin Peaks Main Theme (EDIT) by Angelo Badalamenti
  2. Shadow by Chromatics
  3. Mississippi by The Cactus Blossoms
  4. Lark by Au Revoir Simone
  5. I Am by Blunted Beatz
  6. I Love How You Love Me by The Paris Sisters
  7. Snake Eyes by Trouble
  8. Tarifa (ROADHOUSE MIX) by Sharon Van Etten
  9. She’s Gone Away by Nine Inch Nails
  10. My Prayer by The Platters
  11. No Stars by Rebekah Del Rio
  12. Viva Las Vegas by Shawn Colvin
  13. Just You by James Marshall
  14. Green Onions by Booker T. and The MG’s
  15. Wild West (ROADHOUSE MIX) by Lissie
  16. Sharp Dressed Man by ZZ Top
  17. Axolotl (ROADHOUE MIX) by The Veils
  18. Out of Sand by Eddie Vedder
  19. I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (LIVE FROM MONTEREY POP) by Otis Redding
  20. The World Spins by Julee Cruise

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