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Twin Peaks: Season Two Music And More

Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks: Season Two Music And More

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180g Dark Green and Blue COLORED vinyl. Record Store Day 2019 Edition Limited to 9000 copies. Housed in a gatefold jacket with a single-sided glossy insert and a 16-page glossy photo booklet. 

The missing piece in the incredibly successful new release and reissue campaign for the Twin Peaks series has been the mysterious soundtrack to Season Two! The TV program aired in 1990-1991, without the traditional accompanying record release, and it was not until 2007 that the soundtrack album was issued, and only as a very limited CD via David Lynch’s own label. And so we have an artefact that has never been available on digital services, and more importantly, never on vinyl, and long gone on CD. And so there is nothing more ready for plugging into the set of Twin Peaks releases from Rhino, especially following on from the acclaimed pair of Season 3 soundtrack albums from 2017! Once again we have David Lynch himself overseeing the reissue pressed on 180g vinyl & with stills from the film included in the gatefold jacket. This is a release that will be eagerly embraced by Twin Peaks fans & a great addition to our much beloved Twin Peaks catalog.

Track Listing


Disc 1

Side A

01. Love Theme Intro

02. Shelly

03. New Shoes

04. High School Swing

05. Hayward Boogie

06. Blue Frank

Side B

01. Audrey’s Prayer

02. I’m Hurt Bad

03. Cop Beat

04. Harold’s Theme

05. Barbershop

06. Night Bells

07. Just You

08. Drug Deal Blues


Disc 2

Side A

01. Audrey

02. Josie And Truman

03. Hook Rug Dance

04. Packards’ Vibration

05. Half Heart

Side B

01. Laura’s Dark Boogie

02. Dark Mood Woods / The Red Room

03. Love Theme Farewell

04. Untitled Track #1 (Wind effect, David Lynch says “Hello… BOOTH 34 X5149”)

05. Untitled Track #2 (Alicia Witt/Gersten Hayward’s background music for Harriet Hayward’s ‘It Was Laura’ poem)