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David Lynch Playlist

Mr. Reindeer

Waiting Room
Apr 13, 2022
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For years, I've had a David Lynch playlist of his film soundtracks as well as other songs he was involved in writing/producing. Recently, I undertook a task I have long been putting off: figuring out exactly where in his films various tracks occur, and reordering my playlist in film order as opposed to album order. There are some wonderful resources in this regard for the original series of Twin Peaks, which I link below, but I've never found a good resource for his movies online, so I finally had to bite the bullet and try to do it myself, even though this is not my forte. I figured I'd share a track list of my playlist with notations for anyone who might wish to follow my lead and enjoy a day and a half worth of Lynch-themed music and soundscapes! As I said, I don't necessarily have the greatest ear, so any corrections or additions are welcome.

THE GRANDMOTHER
Music and Music Effects by Tractor - unavailable/unreleased (we're off to a bad start! I will also be making note of pieces that are not in my playlist but which I hope to find one day in order to complete it, this being among them)

ERASERHEAD (Original Soundtrack)
  • Side 1 (soundscape by David Lynch & Alan R. Splet) contains:
    • Digah's Stomp (written and performed by "Fats" Waller) - plays in the distance as Henry walks home
    • Lenox Avenue Blues (written and performed by "Fats" Waller) - Henry puts the record on in his apartment when he first gets home; plays again in the apartment over the beginning of the first scene with the baby
    • Stompin' the Bug (written and performed by "Fats" Waller) - plays in the distance as Henry walks to the Xs' house
    • Messin' Around with the Blues (written and performed by "Fats" Waller) - plays over the Lady in the Radiator's sperm-stomping dance; plays again over the end credits
  • Side 2 (soundscape by David Lynch & Alan R. Splet) contains:
    • In Heaven (Lady in the Radiator Song) (composed and sung by Peter Ivers)
  • In Heaven (Lady in the Radiator Song) (composed and sung by Peter Ivers) - clean version released on 2012 Sacred Bones soundtrack rerelease
  • Pete's Boogie (soundscape by David Lynch & Alan R. Splet) - released on 2012 Sacred Bones soundtrack rerelease
THE ELEPHANT MAN (Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
Except where otherwise noted, composed and conducted by John Morris and performed by the National Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Main Theme - the film's main titles begin the piece at 2:20 (the end credits use the same portion); the earlier "music box" portion of the piece is used at the start of the film for the shots of Merrick's mother, and again used later in the film over another shot of Merrick's mother
  • Dr. Treves Visits the Freak Show and Elephant Man - the first section plays as ambient carnival music over the initial freak show sequence; the "Elephant Man" portion of this track is split over three different scenes: the suspense portion is used briefly when Merrick first enters the hospital hooded, the sad/sympathetic portion is used earlier when Treves first sees Merrick, and the sinister version of the main title theme plays over the first scene of the night porter making his rounds
  • John Merrick and Psalm - Treves calls Carr Gomm back as Merrick recites part of the 23rd Psalm that Treves didn't teach him; reprised over the scenes as Merrick works on the church model and speaks to Treves, wishing that he could sleep like normal people and asking if Treves can cure him
  • Mrs. Kendal's Theater and Poetry Reading - the first portion is the overture the pit band is playing as Mrs. Kendal reads about Merrick while in hair and makeup; the "Poetry Reading" portion is not in the film and was likely composed for a cut scene of Merrick and Treves reading the Tennyson poem "Nothing Will Die" (which features at the end of the film as recited by Merrick's mother)
  • John Merrick and Mrs. Kendal - they read Romeo and Juliet
  • The Nightmare - the first portion of the track was presumably intended for the nightmare/factory sequence, but the film uses ominous ambient noises instead; the second portion plays as the night porter parades spectators into Merrick's room
  • Train Station - the famous "I am not an animal" scene
  • Pantomime - the show Merrick attends at the theater on his last night alive
  • Adagio for Strings (composed by Samuel Barber, played by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn) - the final scene of Merrick's death
THE ELEPHANT MAN ALBUM TRACKS NOT USED IN THE FILM
  • The Belgian Circus Episode - this track is in two parts, seemingly intended for the freak show exhibition in Belgium and the subsequent escape sequence
  • Recapitulation - medley of "John Merrick and Psalm," "John Merrick and Mrs. Kendal" and "Main Title"
DUNE (Original Soundtrack Recording)
Except where otherwise noted, all music written, composed and performed by Toto, and performed by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marty Paich & Allyn Ferguson, with the Concert Society Vienna Volksoperchoir; adaptation and additional music by Marty Paich
Releases: 1984 Polydor
Original Soundtrack Recording; 1997 P.E.G. Original Motion Picture Score
  • Prologue/Main Title - Princess Irulan opening, main titles (clean version from the 1997 album)
  • Guild Report - the Navigator exits the throne room, Mohiam tells her sisters they must have a look at Paul Atreides (only on 1997 album)
  • House Atreides - introduction of Caladan and Paul (only on 1997 album)
  • Paul Atreides - Paul asks Yueh about the sandworms and Fremen (only on 1997 album)
  • Robot Fight - Paul trains against the attack robot (the film version is only on the 1984 album)
  • Leto's Theme - Leto and Paul on the balcony
  • The Box - Paul is tested
  • The Floating Fat Man (The Baron) - Baron Harkonnen vows that Duke Leto will die before his eyes, and floats upwards, killing his lackey (clean version from the 1997 album)
  • Departure - The Atreideses board the ship (only on 1997 album)
  • The Trip to Arrakis - the Navigator folds space; plays again briefly when Paul takes the Water of Life and sees into the place that women cannot see (where the Navigator is)
  • Prophecy Theme (performed by Brian Eno; composed by Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois and Roger Eno) - plays over the arrival on Arrakis and Reverend Mother Ramallo's prophecy; briefly plays over Paul's second-moon-inspired "waking dream" in the desert; plays as Jessica takes the Water of Life; again over montage of Paul and Chani beginning their romance; and once more as Paul takes the Water of Life (only on 1984 album)
  • Sandworm Attack - Paul, Leto and Kynes save spice harvesters from a sandworm (only on 1997 album)
  • The Betrayal/Shields Down - the Harkonnen fleet approaches Arrakis, Leto finds Shadout Mapes dead and is drugged by Yueh, the shields are down (only on 1997 album)
  • First Attack - the film scenes of the "first attack" use a version of the main title theme instead of this track; a short portion of this track is used when Gurney and the troops attack back; more of the track is used as Feyd tortures Leto and Piter mocks Jessica then tells Nefud to take them to the desert, and then over the end of the battle as Duncan dies and the Atreides troops lose
  • The Fremen - this track has nothing to do with the Fremen in the film; instead, it is used in edited form over the scenes of Leto biting the tooth and poisoning Piter, Jessica psychically realizing that Leto is dead, the Baron realizing that he is alive, and Paul landing/crashing the ship (only on 1997 album)
  • Destiny - very briefly appears in the film when Paul says he feels for no one and notices the second moon; mostly replaced by Eno's "Prophecy Theme" (only on 1997 album)
  • The Duke's Death - after his "waking dream" in the desert, Paul tells Jessica about it and promises Leto that the sleeper will awaken (only on 1997 album)
  • Sandworm Chase - Paul and Jessica flee from a sandworm (only on 1997 album)
  • Secrets of the Fremen - plays over Paul and Jessica's first encounter with the Fremen, beginning midway through the track with the suspense portion, through to the end, with the ending recitation of the main Fremen theme playing as Paul first sees Chani (my placement of this track is a little bit of a cheat: technically, it first appears in the film much earlier when Paul has his dream about Chani, but that appearance is essentially a quick "teaser," and it fits much better here) (only on 1997 album)
  • Paul Meets Chani - Chani leads Paul down the cliff, and Paul chooses his name Muad'Dib, then Paul and Jessica accompany the Fremen back to the sietch and see the water; the opening portion plays again when Paul tells Chani he needs to take the Water of Life and they head out to the desert
  • The Sleeper Has Awakened! - mostly replaced by Eno's "Prophecy Theme" in the film, but the crescendo portion at 2:15 is briefly used twice in the film: during the shot of Alia's birth during Jessica's Water of Life sequence, and during Paul's Water of Life sequence (which it was intended for) during the closeup on his eye, before transitioning back to the "Prophecy Theme" (only on 1997 album)
  • Reunion with Gurney - montage of two standard years passing, Paul and the Fremen attacking spice harvesters, and Paul meeting Gurney again (only on 1997 album)
  • Paul Takes the Water of Life - mostly replaced by Eno's "Prophecy Theme" in the film, but plays briefly as an inverted-negative version of Paul floats towards the place that women cannot see, segueing quickly into the Navigator/"Trip to Arrakis" theme, then the main title theme, before returning to the "Prophecy Theme"
  • Big Battle - used in very chopped-up/reedited form in the film throughout the final battle, combined with various other versions of the main title theme, the "time passing" theme from "Reunion with Gurney," and other tracks
  • Take My Hand - end credits; the version on the soundtracks is missing the orchestral overdub added for the film
DUNE ALBUM TRACKS NOT USED IN THE FILM
  • Prologue (1984 album version) - OK, this technically is in the film; the 1984 album version has Princess Irulan's narration dubbed over it as in the film mix, as opposed to the clean version of the soundtrack cue featured on the 1997 album
  • Main Title (1984 album version) - alternate take not used in the film
  • Robot Fight (1997 album version) - alternate take not used in the film
  • The Floating Fat Man (The Baron) (1984 album version) - has Baron Harkonnen's dialogue dubbed over it as in the film mix
  • Riding the Sandworm - replaced by a more orchestral piece heavily using the main title theme (only on 1997 album)
  • Prelude (Take My Hand) - possibly intended for the scene where Paul tells Chani he needs to take the Water of Life, based on its placement on the 1997 soundtrack album
  • Paul Kills Feyd - the Paul-Feyd fight is played without music in the film
  • Final Dream - presumably replaced because the ending was changed to be more upbeat; replaced by yet more versions of the main title theme, and the climactic theme from "Big Battle"
  • Dune (Desert Theme) - originally intended for the end credits, but replaced by "Take My Hand"; was featured in an early trailer
  • Dune Main Title (Demo Version) (only on 1997 album)
 
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Mr. Reindeer

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Apr 13, 2022
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BLUE VELVET (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Except where otherwise noted, all music composed and conducted by Angelo Badalamenti, performed by Film Symphony of Prague
Releases: 1986 Varèse Saraband
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; 2021 Varèse Saraband Deluxe Edition with new second disc, Lumberton Firewood
  • Main Title
  • Blue Velvet (performed by Bobby Vinton, written by Lee Morris and Bernie Wayne) - opening suburbia montage; repeats later when Jeffrey returns to Dorothy's apartment for their second night together (not on original 1986 album; added to first disc for 2021 rerelease)
  • Lumberton U.S.A. Radio Ad - appears twice: at the start of the film when Lumberton and Jeffrey are introduced, and later when Jeffrey is on his stakeout (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Timpo - the first half (solo percussion) appears as Detective Williams and Jeffrey head to the morgue with the ear, and recurs later when Jeffrey shows Detective Williams the photo of the "Well Dressed Guy"; the sting that comes immediately after the solo percussion section is used later in the film when Jeffrey has broken into Dorothy's apartment and hears her enter (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Ribbon Scissor - the police section off and search the field (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Going Down to Lincoln - Jeffrey takes a walk to the Williamses’ (Lumberton Firewood)
    • The Lost Footage compilation uses this cue heavily: a snippet plays over a closeup on the wall after Jeffrey's mother hangs up the phone after telling him to come home from college; it plays over a long ominous pan of Jeffrey's street at night; and again over Jeffrey and Sandy talking in the car on the way to the Slow Club
  • Organs and Sirens (Take 2) - ominous wind/siren sounds are dubbed over a portion of "Going Down to Lincoln" in the film as Jeffrey walks, and later over the ending of "Night Streets / Sandy and Jeffrey" (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Night Streets / Sandy and Jeffrey - Jeffrey leaves the Williamses’ and meets Sandy, and they walk to Lincoln and back; the section at 0:55 repeats later in the film as Dorothy leaves Jeffrey after he refuses to hit her on their first night together, and he begins to get dressed; this same section is reused again as Jeffrey sits in his room, leading into the church scene, and once again near the end of the film when Jeffrey places a naked and beaten Dorothy in his car
    • The "Sandy and Jeffrey"/main title portion of this track plays in the Lost Footage as Jeffrey and Sandy drive up to the Slow Club for the first time and enter
  • Alcron Meets the Blues (version from the original 1986 album) - a snippet plays as Jeffrey drives Sandy to Arlene's Diner (the version in this scene is mostly a percussion solo which does not feature on the album track, but just before it fades out in the film, it appears to reach the beginning of the album track with the bass coming in); most of the track plays as Jeffrey and Sandy return to the car after he's "sprayed" Dorothy's apartment and he drives Sandy home
  • Cue 13 - mostly unused in the film; similar lush/romantic style to "Cue 09" below; the final swelling string note appears to play when Jeffrey exits Dorothy's apartment after "spraying" (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Blue Velvet / Blue Star - Montage (performed by Isabella Rossellini; "Blue Velvet" written by Lee Morris and Bernie Wayne; "Blue Star" music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyrics by David Lynch) - Dorothy sings at the Slow Club; in the second Slow Club scene, Dorothy can be heard singing the second half of the bridge and the full final verse of "Blue Velvet" (the final line is played again over the final moments of the film), leaving only four lines of the song not sung by her in the film, but the latter portion of her recording has never been released on record; a full version of "Blue Star" has never been released
  • Sandy and Jeffrey - Jeffrey and Sandy drive away from the Slow Club back to Deep River Apartments (clean version on Lumberton Firewood; the cue appears on the original soundtrack album dubbed over the end of the "Blue Velvet / Blue Star - Montage" track, as in the film mix)
  • Dorothy Alone - Jeffrey says goodbye to Sandy for the night and crosses the street to break into Dorothy's apartment (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Cue 27 - the first four notes of this track (the tune from Donny's hat) play when Jeffrey first sees the hat; the final swelling notes from this track play a little later in the same scene when Dorothy's phone rings; otherwise, this is another rather lush/romantic track (a la "Cue 09" and "Cue 13") that went mostly unused in the film; the track notably includes an oboe solo toward the end, but it is not the same sad/longing oboe solo heard twice in the film as a theme for Dorothy (when she strips in the bathroom as Jeffrey watches from the closet, and later when Jeffrey approaches her in the bathroom to tell her he is leaving), which remains unreleased (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Ominously Yours II - a version of this track (either heavily edited and reordered to remove most of the brass punctuations, or else an alternate unreleased take) forms part of the longer piece when Dorothy discovers Jeffrey in the closet and holds him at knifepoint (that track is the most significant piece of score in the film that remains unreleased; it's unclear if it was recorded as one piece or was edited together from multiple cues); the opening brass sting of this track also appears to have been used at the start of the car chase between Mike and Jeffrey/Sandy (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Mount Frank's Eruption AKA Frank (Film Version Without Clarinet) - "baby wants to fuck"; a brief snippet of the beginning of the track plays again on Jeffrey and Dorothy's second night together over a cutaway shot of the stairs at Deep River Apartments after Dorothy agrees that Jeffrey should go, foreshadowing Frank's arrival; one of the orgasmic brass blasts plays over the beginning of the joyride sequence (Lumberton Firewood)
    • Also plays in the Lost Footage as Frank gives up his search of the field and drives away as Jeffrey watches
  • Organ (Version 3) / Mysteries of Love - parked outside a church, Sandy recounts her dream about the robins (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Sloe Club Boys - Frank and his goons leave the Slow Club as Jeffrey watches (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Cue 65 (Version 2) - Jeffrey tells Sandy about staking out Frank's warehouse (this cue is also part of the longer track "Frank Returns" which appears later in the film) (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Mysteries of Love (Instrumental) - Jeffrey kisses Sandy at the diner; repeats briefly as Jeffrey and Sandy kiss in the hallway in the aftermath of the climactic shootout before transitioning into the vocal Julee Cruise version; repeats again over end credits
    • Plays in the Lost Footage in the car when Jeffrey says he wants to kiss Sandy goodnight and she says he'd better not
  • Jeffrey's Dark Side - Jeffrey hits Dorothy
    • Also plays in the Lost Footage when Frank searches the field for his blue velvet as Jeffrey watches, and the opening of the cue again plays as Gordon leaves Dorothy's apartment with a threat
  • High Gentle Memories - Dorothy takes Donny's hat away from Jeffrey; used again later when Jeffrey tearfully recalls the prior night and hitting Dorothy (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Cue 46 - another version of Frank's theme, with lots of vibrato, as well as percussion accompaniment; a short piece of this track is used in the film when Frank catches Jeffrey and Dorothy in the hallway (Lumberton Firewood)
    • Used in the Lost Footage as the soundtrack for the black and white movie playing on the Beaumonts' TV (a woman crying and Jennifer Lynch putting on lipstick)
  • Honky Tonk (Part 1) (performed by Bill Doggett; written by Shep Shepherd, Clifford Scott, Bill Doggett, Billy Butler and Henry Glover) - Ben's apartment
  • In Dreams (written and performed by Roy Orbison) - Ben lip syncs
  • Stalking Out - "Let's fuck! I'll fuck anything that moves!" (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Gone Ridin' (credited as "music excerpts performed by Chris Isaak") - stripped-down instrumental during joyride sequence (not on album)
  • Yellow Man - Jeffrey sees Detective Gordon at the police station (Lumberton Firewood)
    • A version of this cue (possibly a different or longer take) plays over the Willard/pool table scene in the Lost Footage
  • Sandy and Jeffrey (Version 2) - Jeffrey pulls up to the Williamses’ for Friday date night (Lumberton Firewood)
    • Plays in the Lost Footage as Jeffrey says goodbye to Louise
  • Cue 50 - another variation on Frank's theme; three notes (the section at 0:40) are used as Detective Gordon watches Jeffrey and Sandy go out (Lumberton Firewood)
    • This cue is used more extensively in the Lost Footage, appearing when Aunt Barbara finds termites, and again when Detective Williams shows Jeffrey the photo of blue velvet they found in the field, and again over the scene of Gordon at Dorothy's apartment (transitioning at the end into "Jeffrey's Dark Side")
  • Livin' for Your Lover (credited as "music excerpts performed by Chris Isaak") - music at party (stripped-down instrumental, sped-up and edited) (not on album)
  • Mysteries of Love (performed by Julee Cruise, music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyrics by David Lynch) - Jeffrey and Sandy dance; repeats during final happy ending scene at the Beaumonts' (transitioning from the instrumental version); later included on Cruise's album Floating into the Night
  • Mysteries of Love (French Horn Solo) - Sandy forgives Jeffrey on the phone
    • Plays in the Lost Footage over the final sequence of Jeffrey and Dorothy on the roof
  • Ominously Yours IV - Sandy tries to get her father on the phone as Jeffrey heads back to Dorothy's apartment (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Love Letters (performed by Ketty Lester, written by Victor Young and Edward Heyman) - shootout at the warehouse
  • Frank Returns - climactic sequence as Jeffrey tries to hide from Frank; the first three minutes of this track are identical to "Cue 65 (Version 2)"; the final portion, which appears to be a separate cue, begins as Frank returns from the bathroom, shoots Detective Gordon, and realizes that Jeffrey is in the closet
BLUE VELVET ALBUM TRACKS NOT USED IN THE FILM
  • Frank (1986 album version) - almost identical to the film version ("Mount Frank's Eruption" above), but with overdubbed clarinet over a short portion of the track (apparently; to be completely honest, my ears can't find the difference between the two!)
  • Lumberton U.S.A. / Going Down to Lincoln - Sound Effects Suite - this track (edited specifically for the 1986 OST album release) notably features a snippet of the version of "Alcron Meets the Blues" used early in the film as Jeffrey walks through the field to the hospital (this film track has not been released anywhere else except as part of this mix; the two released recordings of "Alcron Meets the Blues" are different takes to this one); in order, this track features: the sound effects of the insects eating, the Lumberton U.S.A. radio jingle including the chainsaw sound effect as in the film mix, a portion of "Alcron Meets the Blues" as mentioned, "Ribbon Scissors" with the film sound effects (scissors, police radios) overdubbed, and a portion of "Going Down to Lincoln" with the film sound effects (creaking stairs from the TV show the Beaumonts are watching, crickets, distant sirens or wind, rustling trees) overdubbed, leading into the sound effects going inside the ear as in the film, and finally ending on the sound of Mrs. Williams opening the door
  • Organ Toots and Sirens - while this track doesn't appear in the film itself, it does play in the Lost Footage at the college party as Louise dances with another guy (Lumberton Firewood)
  • Alcron Meets the Blues (Lumberton Firewood version) – this take is not used in the film; unlike the other two released or partially released takes, this version has no saxophone
  • Cue 61A – rather romantic piano rendition of the main title, accompanied by strings and brass
  • Cue 05 – resembles a slower version of “Frank Returns”
  • Cue 09 – lush romantic string piece
  • Cue 09A – short piece on pizzicato strings and percussion
  • Cue 16 – brief strings and brass suspense track; a similar horn piece features in the film during the sequence of Dorothy holding Jeffrey at knifepoint, but the instrumentation is different
  • Cue 21 & 24 – alludes to Frank’s theme
  • Cue 36 – features a version of the tune from Donny’s hat which does not appear in the film; the film version when Jeffrey plays with the hat propeller remains unreleased
  • Cue 48 – ominous low-brass-and-percussion track
  • Cue 56 – slow reed rendition of main title theme
  • Cue 65 Pt. 1 – seemingly an earlier attempt at “Frank Returns”
  • Cue D – seemingly just the first minute of “Night Streets / Sandy and Jeffrey” (the portion that plays over Sandy’s entrance) as a separate cue
BLUE VELVET LOST FOOTAGE: OTHER UNAVAILABLE/UNRELEASED TRACKS
  • Guitar-and-vocal improv by two actors on set at This Is It bar
  • Unknown dreamy guitar music at college party as Jeffrey talks to his mother on the phone
  • Oh My Darling, Clementine (written by Percy Montross; performed by Priscilla Pointer and Frances Bay) - Jeffrey's mom and Aunt Barbara sing this tune while washing dishes
  • Battle Hymn of the Republic (music by William Steffe) - whistle solo in the Slow Club as a dog eats onstage
  • Beautiful Dreamer (written by Stephen Foster) - performed by the comedian's backing band in the Slow Club
MISCELLANEOUS
  • In Dreams (1987 Greatest Hits version) (written and performed by Roy Orbison; produced by Roy Orbison, T-Bone Burnett and David Lynch)
THE COWBOY AND THE FRENCHMAN
  • Western Music: Radio Ranch Straight Shooters (including a cover of "Red River Valley," traditional) - unavailable/unreleased
  • Git Along, Little Dogies (traditional, performed by Harry Dean Stanton) - unavailable/unreleased
  • Rockabilly Music: Eddy Dixon - unavailable/unreleased
  • Accordion: Jean-Jacques Perrey - unavailable/unreleased
  • Additional Music: Bobby Woods - unavailable/unreleased
  • Gaité Parisienne (J. Offenbach, orchestrated & conducted by Manuel Rosenthal) - VII. Entrée du Brésilien - plays over the montage of dancing French girls, horse-riding cowboys and chickens
  • Home on the Range (performed by Harry Dean Stanton; uncredited: lyrics by Brewster M. Higley, music by Daniel E. Kelley) - unavailable/unreleased
FLOATING INTO THE NIGHT (JULEE CRUISE)
Music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyrics by David Lynch, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti

  • Floating
  • Falling - later transformed into instrumental Twin Peaks theme, and lip synced by Cruise in Twin Peaks Pilot Roadhouse scene
  • I Remember
  • Rockin' Back Inside My Heart - later lip synced by Cruise in Industrial Symphony No. 1 and in Twin Peaks Episode 14 Roadhouse scene
  • Into the Night - later lip synced by Cruise in Industrial Symphony No. 1 and used as record playing in Jacques's cabin in Twin Peaks Episode 5
  • I Float Alone - later lip synced by Cruise in Industrial Symphony No. 1
  • The Nightingale - later lip synced by Cruise in Twin Peaks Pilot Roadhouse scene
  • The Swan - stripped-down instrumental was later used briefly on the soundtrack for the Twin Peaks Pilot for the scene of Harry and Josie meeting outside at night
  • The World Spins - later lip synced by Cruise in Industrial Symphony No. 1, and again in Twin Peaks Episode 14 Roadhouse scene; used again over the end credits in the same episode, and once again lip synced by Cruise at the Roadhouse at the end of Part 17
THREE DEMOS (JULEE CRUISE 2018 SINGLE)
  • Floating (Demo)
  • Falling (Demo)
  • The World Spins (Demo)
INDUSTRIAL SYMPHONY NO. 1 (filmed stageplay)
Except where otherwise noted, all music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyrics by David Lynch, performed by Julee Cruise, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti

  • Up in Flames - later included on Cruise's album The Voice of Love; also performed by Koko Taylor in Wild at Heart
  • The Black Sea - instrumental (as Woodsman/Twin A saws a log) - unavailable/unreleased
  • I'm Hurt Bad - instrumental (Tall Skinned Deer sequence) - later plays on jukeboxes in Twin Peaks Pilot and Episode 18 (released as part of Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Pinky's Bubble Egg (The Twins Spoke) - a topless woman runs around the stage as workmen stuff the Dreamself of the Heartbroken Woman into a trunk - unavailable/unreleased
  • The Dream Conversation - instrumental (clarinet version of "Up in Flames") with recitation by Michael J. Anderson - unavailable/unreleased
  • The Final Battle - instrumental - unavailable/unreleased
 
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Mr. Reindeer

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TWIN PEAKS - SEASON 1 (Soundtrack)
Except where otherwise noted, all music composed by Angelo Badalamenti, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti
There are some great resources already available for the original series
Twin Peaks music which I could never dream of topping. Particularly this thread from the old dugpa boards: http://www.dugpa.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=1778. In particular, scroll down to qbin2001's post, which isn't exactly easy on the eyes, but is insanely detailed and awesome. And here's another great resource, sorted by track name in alphabetical order: http://twinpeakssoundtrackdesign.blogspot.com/p/twin-peaks-music-scene-guide.html. The sequencing below is taken from those sources, and I'm not going to spend time rehashing which scenes each piece appears in since it has been so well-documented. I will note when the series tracks also appeared in Fire Walk with Me (and/or The Missing Pieces), since that film has been slightly less exhaustively documented

PILOT

  • Twin Peaks Theme
    • Also appears in Fire Walk with Me, over the introduction of Laura walking to school through to her doing coke in the bathroom, and in the same sequence in The Missing Pieces as Laura and Donna walk away from Bobby and Mike
  • Laura Palmer's Theme
    • Also appears in Fire Walk with Me, as Laura snorts the last tiny bit of coke from her hidden diary stash, and at school as Bobby promises her a big score; and again over the sequence of Laura and James in the woods - she mocks him, the soundtrack briefly transitions into "Half Heart (Solo)," then back to "Laura Palmer's Theme," as she tells him to take her home, and ultimately jumps off his bike and runs away into the woods to meet Leo and Jacques
  • Solo Percussion 1 (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Audrey's Dance (Clean Fast) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Bookhouse Boys (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Also appears in Fire Walk with Me, over the scene of Bobby arriving late at school
  • Audrey's Dance (Clean) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Half Speed Orchestra (Stair Music/Danger Theme) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Dance of the Dream Man (Original) (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Also appears in The Missing Pieces when the Man from Another Place briefly dances
  • Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Sax) (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Also appears in Fire Walk with Me for Cooper's intro
  • The Norwegians (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Slow Speed Orchestra 1 (24 Hours) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Love Theme (Solo Rhodes) (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Also appears in The Missing Pieces after Leland hangs up the phone with Teresa
  • Audrey's Dance (Percussion & Clarinets) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano A) TK2 (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 1
  • Dance of the Dream Man (Fast Soprano Clarinet) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Solo Percussion (Arbitrary Cymbals) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Complete Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Ghost Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Twin Peaks Theme (Alternate Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Audrey's Dance (Drums and Bass) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Baritone Guitar Punctuation) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Audrey's Dance
  • La Speranza (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Version 2) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Half Speed Orchestra 5 (Leo's Theme) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Americana (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano Bridge) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 2
  • Horne's Theme (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Sneaky Audrey (Audrey's Investigation) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano A) TK3 (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Also plays in Fire Walk with Me when a confused/terrified Laura reacts to Leland coming into her room)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Solo Vibraphone) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Audrey's Dance (Solo Rhodes) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Solo Percussion 2 (Grady's Waltz) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Invitation to Love Theme (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Northwest Gulch (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Solo Percussion 4 (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Love Theme (Alternate Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Pennsylvania 6-5000 (performed by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, music by Jerry Gray, lyrics by Carl Sigman)
EPISODE 3
  • Freshly Squeezed (Clarinet) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Solo Flute) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Sneaky Audrey (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Dark Synth) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Bookhouse Boys (Solo Guitar) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Great Northern Big Band (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano A) TK1 (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 4
  • Invitation to Love Theme (Bumper) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Invitation to Love (Lover's Dilemma) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Flute) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Hank's Theme (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Hank's Theme (Version 2) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Llama Country (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Clarinet Strings Bridge) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Secret Country (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • The Mill Deal (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Love Theme from Twin Peaks
EPISODE 5
  • Freshly Squeezed (Solo Clarinet) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Clarinet Bridge) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 6
  • Audrey's Dance (Synth and Vibraphones) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Picking on Country (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Clarinet) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Solo Bass Clarinet) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • One Eyed Jack's Country (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 7
  • South Sea Dreams (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Also appears in The Missing Pieces over the scene of Jacoby in his office calling Laura
  • Hula Hoppin' (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Love Theme (Piano and Rhodes) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Solo Piano) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Twin Peaks Theme (Harp and Guitar) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Leo Attacks Bobby (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • The Mill Fire (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Guardian Angel Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • 'Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made Of' (Twin Peaks Archive)
SOUNDTRACK FROM TWIN PEAKS
The following tracks were edited/mixed specifically for the original 1990 Warner Bros. soundtrack album release, and do not appear in this form on the series.

  • Freshly Squeezed - shortened version
  • The Bookhouse Boys - made up of "Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Sax)," "Solo Percussion 2 (Grady's Waltz)," "The Bookhouse Boys" and "Sneaky Audrey"
  • Night Life in Twin Peaks - made up of "Unease Motif/The Woods," "One-Armed Man's Theme (Clarinet & Bass Clarinet Combo)," and "Freshly Squeezed (Solo Flute)"
    • Part of this mix was later used on the show after the soundtrack came out, in Episode 17 when Hank introduces Ernie to Jean
  • Dance of the Dream Man - "Audrey's Dance" dubbed over the end
TWIN PEAKS DEMOS (FROM TWIN PEAKS ARCHIVE)
  • Falling into Love Theme (Demo)
  • Love Theme Slower and Darker (Demo)
  • Slow Cool Jazz (Demo)
  • Chinese Theme (Demo)
  • Wide Vibrato Augmented Chords (Demo)
  • Night Walk (Demo)
  • Low Wide and Beautiful (Demo)
  • Wide Vibrato Mood to Falling (Demo)
  • Love Theme to Falling (Demo)
  • Love Theme Light (Demo)
WILD AT HEART (The Original Soundtrack Collection)
Except where otherwise noted, music composed by Angelo Badalamenti

  • Im Abendrot (excerpt) (composed by Richard Strauss, performed by Gewandhausorchester conducted by Kurt Mazur) - main titles; Sailor and Lula embrace by the roadside after dancing to Powermad; Lula lying in bed in the Iguana Hotel Room as Sailor, Perdita and Bobby drive off to the feed store robbery; Sailor runs back to Lula at the end of the film
  • In the Mood (written by Joe Garland, performed by Glenn Miller) - opening party sequence (and briefly later during a flashback to the party sequence) (not on soundtrack)
  • Slaughterhouse (written by Joel DuBay, Jeffrey Litke, Adrian Liberty and Haug; performed by Powermad) - Sailor kills Bob Ray Lemon; Lula and Sailor drive off from Pee Dee Correctional Institution, and subsequent love-making montage; Powermad performs the song at a concert Sailor and Lula attend; briefly appears again when Marietta flashes back to the moment after Bob Ray Lemon's death, into the beginning of the following driving scene; again for the multi-colored love-making montage before transitioning into "Be-Bop a Lula"; plays again when Sailor finally finds music on the car radio and Sailor and Lula dance by the roadside
  • First Movement (from Fragmented Suite for Piano and Bass) (written and performed by Duke Ellington and Ray Brown) - plays on the radio Sailor balances on his feet in the first hotel room as Lula tells him about Uncle Pooch (not on album)
  • Cool Cat Walk (performed by Angelo Badalamenti and Kinny Landrum, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti) - Marietta assuages Johnnie's jealousy with cat role-playing (later recorded with lyrics on Julee Cruise's album The Voice of Love)
  • Love Me (written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, performed by Nicolas Cage, produced by David Lynch and Mark Roswell) - Sailor sings to Lula at the Powermad concert; he briefly sings it again later in the car
  • Wrinkles (written by Lafayette Leake, performed by The Big Three Trio) - plays on the car radio as Sailor and Lula discuss crossing state lines, Sailor does a salute dance (not on album)
  • Avant de Mourir (performed by Shony Alex Braun; incorrectly credited in the film as "written and arrangement by Shony Alex Braun," and also incorrectly titled as "Avant du Mourir"; the song was composed by Georges Boulanger) - plays under all three Mr. Reindeer scenes (note: this composition was given lyrics and recorded as "My Prayer," as notably featured in Twin Peaks Parts 8 and 18) (not on album)
  • Baby Please Don't Go (written by Joe Williams, performed by Them) - Johnnie Farragut driving (two scenes, day and night)
  • Streamline (written by John Ewing, Charles Thomas, Charles Lane, Jesse Sailes, Russell Weathers, Herbert Permillion; performed by John Ewing and the Allstars) - played by the group in the New Orleans bar where Sailor and Lula meet George Kovich - semi-unavailable/unreleased, although apparently Sacred Bones released a "mixtape" cassette tape by Thought Gang in 2018 which included this track: Thought Gang - A Mixed Tape Made By Thought Gang
  • Up in Flames (music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyrics by David Lynch, performed by Koko Taylor, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti) - Taylor sings the song onscreen in a New Orleans bar as Sailor tells Lula the "take a bite out of peach" story; also plays in the deleted scenes over the scene of Sailor dancing with another woman in a Texas club, where it was originally shot to appear
  • Be-Bop a Lula (written by Gene Vincent & Tex Davis, performed by Gene Vincent and the Blue Caps) - multicolored love-making montage
  • Kosmogonia (written by Krzysztof Penderecki, performed by Chorus and Symphony Orchestra of the National Philharmonic, Warsaw) - Marietta's lipstick face-painting scene; a quick snippet also plays when Sailor drives up to Perdita's house (not on album)
  • Smoke Rings (written by Ned Washington and H. E. Gifford, performed by Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra) - gas station as the old man attendant snaps his fingers
  • Chrysanthemum (performed and arranged by Shony Alex Braun; uncredited: written by Petre Andreescu) - performed by Braun at the New Orleans restaurant where Marietta and Johnnie have dinner; also plays over the deleted scene sequence of Johnnie and San Pedro Sula running into each other (which is the sequence it was originally shot to be part of)
  • Wicked Game (written and performed by Chris Isaak) - stripped-down instrumental; driving at night as Sailor tells Lula about his involvement in her father's death, and they drive up to the car accident, and again as they drive away from the accident; the instrumental version of the track also featured heavily in the film's trailers, contributing to its becoming a hit, and Lynch later directed a Wild at Heart-themed music video for the song
  • Dark Lolita (performed by Angelo Badalamenti and Kinny Landrum, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti) - Julie Day dies from the car accident
  • Far Away Chant (written by A. Maxwell, M. William; performed by African Head Charge) - slowed-down/distorted; Johnnie Farragut torture and execution scene (not on album)
  • Perdita (written and produced by David Lynch and David Slusser, performed by Rubber City) - Sailor at Perdita's house; Bobby Peru at Perdita's house
  • Dark Spanish Symphony (String Version) (performed by Angelo Badalamenti and Kinny Landrum, produced by Angelo Badalamenti) - plays very low briefly when Sailor gives Lula the candy necklace in the Iguana Hotel; appears to play again very briefly for the time skip while Sailor is in jail, over the photo of Lula and Pace
  • In the Heat of the Jungle (written and performed by Chris Isaak) - stripped-down instrumental and slowed-down; over the Iguana Hotel courtyard sequence; plays again over the feed store robbery (not on album)
  • Dark Spanish Symphony (50's Version) (performed by Rubber City, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti) - Lula tells Sailor she is pregnant; Lula cries alone in the hotel room after the Bobby Peru scene; Sailor and Lula reunite after his five years, ten months and twenty-one days in jail
  • Blue Spanish Sky (written and performed by Chris Isaak) - stripped-down instrumental; plays over the Bobby Peru "fuck me" scene
  • Buried Alive (written and performed by Billy Swan) - Swan plays the song in the bar as Sailor and Bobby Peru discuss the feed store robbery - unavailable/unreleased - Swan wrote the song which was covered by Mel Tillis in 1965, but it doesn't appear that Swan ever released his own version
  • Boomada (written and performed by Les Baxter) - gang members converge on Sailor
  • Love Me Tender (written by Elvis Presley and Vera Matson, performed by Nicolas Cage, produced by David Lynch and Mark Roswell) - Sailor sings to Lula over the end credits
WILD AT HEART DELETED SCENES
  • I Think She Likes Me (performed by Treat Her Right) - Lula and Beany at the bar
  • Please Leave (The Smoke Is Scaring Me) (performed by Nicolas Cage) - unavailable/unreleased
 
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TWIN PEAKS SEASON 2
Except where otherwise noted, music composed by Angelo Badalamenti, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti. Here is qbin2001's Season 2 music guide from the dugpa boards:
http://www.dugpa.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=1780. Once again, here is the Twin Peaks soundtrack blog for the original series: http://twinpeakssoundtrackdesign.blogspot.com/p/twin-peaks-music-scene-guide.html

EPISODE 8
  • Slow Speed Orchestra 4 (White Lodge Rumble) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Solo Percussion 3 (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Bass Clarinet) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Abstract Mood (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Slow Speed Orchestra 3 (Black Lodge Rumble) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Audrey's Prayer (Season Two Music and More)
  • Hayward Boogie (Season Two Music and More)
EPISODE 9
  • Barbershop (Season Two Music and More)
  • Just You (music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyrics by David Lynch, performed by James Marshall) (Season Two Music and More)
EPISODE 10
  • Dick Tremayne's Swing (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Mister Snooty (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Just You (Instrumental) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • One Armed Man Theme (Solo Clarinet Improvisation) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Jean Renault's Theme (Solo Bass Clarinet) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Twin Peaks Theme (Solo Rhodes) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 11
  • Dance of the Dream Man (Drums and Bass) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Western Ballad (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Preparing for M.T. Wentz (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Josie and Jonathan (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Flute) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 12
  • Love Theme (Dark) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano A) TK4 (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Harold's Theme (The Living Novel) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Half Speed Orchestra 4 (Dugpas) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Harold's Theme (Harpsichord) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Harold's Theme (Season Two Music and More)
EPISODE 13
  • Drug Deal Blues (Season Two Music and More)
    • Also plays in Fire Walk with Me as a stoned Laura messes around and Cliff arrives; ends as Bobby shoots Cliff
  • Great Northern Piano Tune #1 (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Great Northern Piano Tune #2 (Truman and Josie) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 14
  • What a Wonderful World (written by George Douglas and George David Weiss, performed by Louis Armstrong; the version used on the show is not the hit single, but Armstrong's second recorded version for his 1968 album of the same name)
  • New Shoes (Season Two Music and More)
  • Shelly (Season Two Music and More)
  • Audrey (TV Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Half Speed Orchestra 2 (Dark Forces) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Half Speed Orchestra 3 (Windom Earle's Motif) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Half Speed Orchestra 6 (Bob's Dance/Back to Missoula) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 15
  • Hook Rug Dance (Season Two Music and More)
  • Great Northern Piano Tune #2 (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 16
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Ethereal Pad Theme) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Letter from Harold) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Vibraphone) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Solo Bass) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Owl Cave (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • The Culmination (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • The Mill Durge (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 17
  • Audrey's Prayer (Synth Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Audrey's Prayer (Clarinet & Synth) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Sneaky Audrey (Solo) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 18
  • High School Swing (Season Two Music and More)
  • Harold's Theme (Josie's Past) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Twin Peaks Theme (Nostalgia Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Wedding Hymn (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Wedding Song #3 (Accordion) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Wedding Song #1 (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Wedding Song #2 ('Stranger Nights') (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Packard's Theme (Twin Peaks Archive)
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Twin Peaks Christmas Greeting - composed for ABC promo (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 19
  • Lana's Theme (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Clarinet 2) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Sneaky Audrey (Alternate) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Evelyn's Mourning (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Mid-Tempo Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • James & Evelyn (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 20
  • Twin Peaks Theme (Solo Piano) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Josie and Truman (Season Two Music and More)
  • Ben's Battle (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Ben's Lament (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 21
  • Earle's Theme (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Leo Returns (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Dance of the Dream Man (Solos Bass) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Caroline) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Ben's Battle (Solo Trumpet) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Ben's Battle (Solo Percussion) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Version 2 Clean) *partial (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 16: I. Allegro molto moderato (composed by Edvard Grieg, performed by the North German Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Hans Zanotelli)
  • Twin Peaks Theme (Harp) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 22
  • Audrey's Prayer (Flute) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Annie and Cooper (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 23
  • Wheeler's Theme (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Great Northern Piano Theme #2 (Full Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Wheeler's Theme (TK 2) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 24
  • Earle's Theme (Audrey's Walk) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Attack of the Pine Weasel (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 26
  • Great Northern Piano Tune #4 (Twin Peaks Archive)
Episode 28
  • Abstract Mood (Slow Speed) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Miss Twin Peaks Theme (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Lucy's Dance (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Lana's Dance (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Miss Twin Peaks (Finale) (Twin Peaks Archive)
EPISODE 29
  • Dark Mood Woods (Studio Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Plays again in Fire Walk with Me over shots of the early morning woods after the Power and the Glory sequence; also plays in The Missing Pieces when the nurse steals the ring from a comatose Annie, and over the replay of "How's Annie?" and the aftermath
  • Dark Mood Woods (Full Version) (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Sycamore Trees (music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyrics by David Lynch, performed by Jimmy Scott) (Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me)
  • The Red Room (Twin Peaks Archive)
TWIN PEAKS ARCHIVE (UNUSED TRACKS FROM THE SERIES)
  • Just You (Instrumental Baritone Guitar)
  • James Hurley (Outtake)
  • Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Version)
  • Miss Twin Peaks (Piano Rehearsal)
  • One Eyed Jack's Parlour Music
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano B) TK1
  • Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano B) TK2
  • Audrey's Dance/Dance of the Dream Man (Saxophone)
  • Audrey's Dance/Dance of the Dream Man (Clarinet)
  • Audrey's Dance/Dance of the Dream Man (Flute)
  • Ben's Battle (Solo Flute)
  • Half Speed Orchestra 7
  • Evelyn's Mourning (Extended)
  • One Armed Man's Theme & Jean Renault's Theme (TV Mix)
  • Trail Mix
  • Dark Intro #1
  • Dark Intro #2
  • Dark Intro #3
  • Dark Intro #4
  • Dark Intro #5
  • Dark Intro #6
  • Love Theme (Light)
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Summer Kisses, Winter Tears (written by Ben Weisman, Fred Wise, Jack Lloyd; performed by Julee Cruise, from the soundtrack to Wim Wenders's Until the End of the World; produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti)
ON THE AIR
Music composed by Angelo Badalamenti

  • Love Theme from 'On the Air' (Take 4) - "romantic love theme number 9," a cue played during the rehearsal for the first episode of The Lester Guy Show when Lester's character sneaks in the window to romance "Sarah Smith" (played by Betty), the wife of Bert's character Andrew (this composition was reused in rerecorded form in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me as Laura and James's love theme "Half Heart")
  • Unused tracks:
    • Love Theme from 'On the Air' (Clarinet Strings)
    • Love Theme from 'On the Air' (Slow Jazz Version)
TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME (Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Except where otherwise noted, music composed by Angelo Badalamenti, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti
Sequencing guide which I used as a reference:
CHRONOLOGICAL/SERIES ORDER GUIDE
  • Theme from Twin Peaks - Fire Walk with Me (Saxaphone) (sic) - first few seconds of main titles (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Used more extensively in The Missing Pieces, when Ed and Norma listen to this version on the car radio
  • Theme from Twin Peaks - Fire Walk with Me - main titles; briefly as Jeffries disappears in several fitful bursts of static; later turned into the track "She Would Die for Love" on Julee Cruise's album The Voice of Love
  • Deer Meadow Shuffle (film version) (music by David Lynch and David Slusser) - all the opening Cole/Desmond/Stanley scenes, ironically ending just as they reach Deer Meadow; Desmond in Sheriff Cable's office, ending just as the autopsy begins (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Mysterioso #2 (music by David Lynch and David Slusser) - Desmond confronts Deputy Cliff and the Giggling Secretary (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Also plays in The Missing Pieces over the Desmond/Cable fight
  • Teresa's Autopsy - Teresa's autopsy (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Don't Do Anything (I Wouldn't Do) - Hap's Diner sequence; plays in the same scene in The Missing Pieces
  • Mysterioso #2 (film version) (music by David Lynch and David Slusser) - Desmond and Stanley arrive at Fat Trout ("Deer Meadow Shuffle" briefly recurs when they meet Carl), Teresa's trailer sequence (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Mysterioso #1 (film version) - Chet Desmond goes back to Fat Trout and disappears (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Phillip Jeffries - over the Jeffries sequence (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Back to Fat Trout (Unease Motif/The Woods) - Cooper goes to Fat Trout (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Half Heart - Laura and James in the janitor's closet (Season Two Music and More)
  • A Real Indication (music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyric by David Lynch, performed by Thought Gang) - Bobby dances in front of the school as Laura departs; Laura takes her diary from its hiding place; also appears on the album Thought Gang, and Lynch directed a music video for the track starring Badalamenti
  • Girl Talk - Laura and Donna talk in the Haywards' living room (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura Visits Harold - Laura visits Harold (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • RR Swing (music by David Lynch and David Slusser) - music in the RR (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • The Black Dog Runs at Night (music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyric by David Lynch, performed by Thought Gang) - the Tremonds appear to Laura; the Tremond grandson hops around in the motel parking lot as Leland leaves; also appears on the album Thought Gang
  • Behind the Mask - the Tremonds give Laura the painting and the grandson tells her the man behind the mask is looking for her hiding place, Laura returns home and sees Bob (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Best Friends (music by David Lynch and David Slusser) - Donna reassures Laura that she is her best friend always; plays again when Donna and Laura talk in the Haywards' living room after the Power and the Glory sequence
  • Wash Your Hands - Leland tells Laura to wash her hands (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Distant Train - Leland cries and tells Laura he loves her (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • The Voice of Love (Slow) - very briefly as Laura looks at the angel painting (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura's Dark Boogie - Laura's dream, as she enters the painting and is guided forward by the Tremonds (Season Two Music and More)
  • The Pine Float - jazzy music in the Palmers' living room as Laura prepares to go out
  • Log Lady Presence - Log Lady sees Laura outside the Roadhouse (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Questions in a World of Blue (vocal by Julee Cruise, music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyric by David Lynch) - Julee Cruise performs in the Roadhouse; also later appeared on Cruise's album The Voice of Love
  • The Pink Room (written by David Lynch) - bar in Canada (the Power and the Glory); plays again over the Jacques's cabin sequence
    • Also appears briefly in The Missing Pieces as they enter the Power and the Glory
  • Blue Frank (written by David Lynch) - bar in Canada (the Power and the Glory) (Season Two Music and More)
  • It's Your Father - Mike yells at Leland and Laura (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Laura's Dark Boogie (Clean) - Leland flashes back to sleeping with Teresa and seeing Laura at the motel (Twin Peaks Archive)
    • Also appears in The Missing Pieces when Teresa calls to blackmail Leland ("Hey, handsome, it's your little party girl")
  • Nightsea Wind - Laura in her room makes the connection between Mike's ring, her dream and Teresa, as Leland paces downstairs (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • You Killed Mike - aftermath of drug deal gone wrong (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • James Visits Laura - James talks to Laura in front of the Palmer house (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Birds in Hell - Laura walks to school the morning after realizing Leland is Bob as the sky goes in and out of static, then she sits at school as the clock blurs (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Moving Through Time - Laura refuses to have sex with Bobby, she returns home and does coke, James calls and she agrees to meet him, her angel disappears as the song fades
  • Half Heart (Solo) - Laura tells James she loves him (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Jacques' Cabin/The Train Car - Jacques's cabin, beginning when Leland's face appears at the window, up through the train car sequence (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Requiem in C Minor (composed by Luigi Cherubini, performed by the Ambrosian Singers and Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Riccardo Muti) - VII. Agnus Dei. Laura puts on the ring, Leland murders her and wraps her in plastic; plays again over end credits
  • Circumference of a Circle - used briefly when Leland places Laura's body in the water and enters Glastonbury Grove (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Sycamore Trees (Instrumental) - Leland/Bob is confronted by Mike and the Man from Another Place in the Red Room (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • The Voice of Love - Cooper and Laura in the Red Room, Laura's angel returns (later recorded with lyrics as the title track for Julee Cruise's album of the same name)
TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME ALBUM TRACKS NOT USED IN THE FILM
  • Deer Meadow Shuffle (music by David Lynch and David Slusser) - remixed for the film (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Mysterioso #1 - remixed for the film (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • The Pink Room (Extended Version) (written by David Lynch) - full take (Twin Peaks Archive)
  • Montage from Twin Peaks: Girl Talk/Birds in Hell/Laura Palmer's Theme/Falling - medley mixed for the 1992 soundtrack album
  • Questions in a World of Blue (Demo) (music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyrics by David Lynch, performed by Angelo Badalamenti) (Twin Peaks Archive)
THE VOICE OF LOVE (JULEE CRUISE)
Except where otherwise noted, music by Angelo Badalamenti, lyrics by David Lynch, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti

  • This Is Our Night
  • The Space for Love
  • Movin' in on You
  • Friends for Life
  • Kool Kat Walk (based on the instrumental cue from Wild at Heart)
  • Until the End of the World
  • She Would Die for Love (based on "Theme from Twin Peaks - Fire Walk with Me")
  • In My Other World (music and lyric by Julee Cruise and Louis Tucci, produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti)
  • The Voice of Love (based on the instrumental cue from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me)
THOUGHT GANG
All songs written, produced and performed by Angelo Badalamenti & David Lynch. Recorded 1992-1993 but not released until 2018. Two of the album tracks were given new overdubs for the 2018 release, and are therefore sequenced later in my playlist

  • Stalin Revisited
  • Logic and Common Sense
  • Woodcutters from Fiery Ships
  • A Meaningless Conversation
  • Frank 2000 Prelude
  • Multi-Tempo Wind Boogie
  • Frank 2000 - also features in Twin Peaks Part 1 when the "Experiment" attacks Sam and Tracey, in Part 5 when Cooper's doppelganger flashes back to Episode 29 (DoppelCooper and Bob in the Red Room, DoppelCooper smashing his head on the mirror), and in Part 11 when Becky steals Shelly's car to go to Steven's
  • Summer Night Noise - also features in Twin Peaks Part 15 over the scene of Steven and Gersten in the woods
FOX BAT STRATEGY: A TRIBUTE TO DAVE JAUREQUI
Recorded in 1994, released in 2009 on Lynch's short-lived David Lynch Music Company label. All songs written by David Lynch and Fox Bat Strategy, lyrics by David Lynch, performed by Fox Bat Strategy with vocals by David Jaurequi, produced by David Lynch

  • They Go Down
  • Lost on Cahuenga
  • Almost an Angel
  • Shoot the Works
  • You're the One
  • Rollin' Down with You
  • I Dream of You
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Longing (performed by X Japan, written by Yoshiki) - Lynch directed a music video for this track
  • And Still (performed by Jocelyn West; written by Angelo Badalamenti, David Lynch and Estelle Polemi; produced by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti) (recorded in 1996; released in 2011)
 
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Waiting Room
Apr 13, 2022
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LOST HIGHWAY
Soundtrack album producer: Trent Reznor. Executive Producer: David Lynch. Except where otherwise noted, music composed and conducted by Angelo Badalamenti, performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic

  • I'm Deranged (edit) (written by David Bowie and Brian Eno, performed by David Bowie) - main titles
  • Red Bats with Teeth (written by Angelo Badalamenti, performed by Bob Sheppard) - Fred's sax solo at the Luna Lounge; plays again on the radio at Arnie's
  • Videodrones: Questions (created by Trent Reznor with Peter Christopherson) - plays over the sequences of the two videotapes Fred and Renee receive (the album version has overdubbed dialogue of Fred panting and Renee telling him "it's OK" after aborted sex)
  • Fred & Renee Make Love - Fred and Renee have unsuccessful sex; Detectives Al and Ed check the windows and doors, then depart while promising to keep watch over the house; end of the scene of Pete and Alice having sex in the desert (the album version ends with overdubbed dialogue of Pete saying he wants Alice)
  • Song to the Siren (written by Larry Beckett and Tim Buckley, performed by This Mortal Coil) - echoes in Fred's head as he tries to make love to Renee; again as he sits in his prison cell seeing a vision of the burning cabin in the desert; Pete and Alice make love in the headlights (not on album)
  • Something Wicked This Way Comes (edit) (performed by Barry Adamson; written by Barry Adamson and contains excerpts from: 1) "Spooky" written by H. Middlesbrooke, M. Shapiro, B. Buie and J.R. Cobb, 2) "Blue Lines" written by R. Del Naja, G. Marshall, A. Vowles and A. Thaws, and 3) "Les Temps des Souvenirs" written by J.J. Datin, M. Vidalin & C. Blackwell) - party scene at Andy's
  • Fred's World (composed and performed by Angelo Badalamenti) - plays briefly over a shot of a blurry image (Alice?) right after Fred turns into Pete (the album version has an overdubbed laugh from the Mystery Man at the end)
  • Insensatez (written by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes, performed by Antonio Carlos Jobim) - Pete in the backyard
  • Eye (written by Billy Corgan, performed by Smashing Pumpkins) - Pete and Sheila dance in the bowling alley
  • Mr. Eddy's Theme 1 (written & performed by Barry Adamson) - Mr. Eddy arrives at the garage and takes Pete out for a ride (the album version starts with overdubbed Mr. Eddy dialogue)
  • The Perfect Drug (written by Trent Reznor and Danny Lohner, performed by Nine Inch Nails) - very briefly plays as Mr. Eddy rear-ends the tailgater
  • Mr. Eddy's Theme 2 (written & performed by Barry Adamson) - Mr. Eddy beats the tailgater
  • Dub Driving (composed and performed by Angelo Badalamenti & David Lynch) - Pete and Sheila go for a drive and have sex in the car
  • This Magic Moment (written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, performed by Lou Reed) - Pete first sees Alice
  • Hollywood Sunset (written & performed by Barry Adamson) - Alice returns to Arnie's and asks Pete out, they have sex
  • Apple of Sodom (written and performed by Marilyn Manson) - Pete in his room going crazy after Alice says she can't see him, on his motorcycle, and having sex with Sheila
  • I Put a Spell on You (written by Jay Hawkins, performed by Marilyn Manson) - flashback to Alice's first job "appointment" with Mr. Eddy
  • Haunting & Heartbreaking - Sheila confronts Pete on his front lawn for fucking someone else
  • Hierate Mich (edit) (written by Kruspe, Lindemann, Lenders, Lorenz, Schneider and Riedel; performed by Rammstein) - Pete enters Andy's house and sees Alice's porno playing on the screen; Mystery Man hands Mr. Eddy a portable TV with footage of Renee's porno playing over a flashback of Mr. Eddy and Renee watching
  • Rammstein (edit) (written by Kruspe, Lindemann, Lenders, Lorenz, Schneider and Riedel; performed by Rammstein) - Pete sees Alice in Room 26 upstairs at Andy's house; Fred kidnaps Mr. Eddy in his trunk
  • Police - Fred drives off from the Mystery Man's cabin in the desert (the album track ends with the overdubbed dialogue from Fred, "Dick Laurent is dead")
  • Driver Down (written, arranged, produced and performed by Trent Reznor) - final police chase
  • I'm Deranged (Reprise) (written by David Bowie and Brian Eno, performed by David Bowie) - end credits
LOST HIGHWAY ALBUM TRACK NOT USED IN THE FILM
  • Fats Revisited - title is presumably a tribute to Lynch's use of Fats Waller music in Eraserhead
LUX VIVENS (LIVING LIGHT) - THE MUSIC OF HILDEGARD VON BINGEN (JOCELYN MONTGOMERY WITH DAVID LYNCH)
All tracks written by Hildegard von Bingen, produced by David Lynch

  • Flame and Vision
  • Sapientie
  • O Tu Illustrata
  • Et Ideo
  • Viridissima
  • Battle and Aftermath
  • Gloria Patri
  • Lux Vivens
  • Deus Enim
  • Clarissima
  • Orzchis
  • Caritas
  • Kyrie
  • Hodie
  • Allelulia
THE STRAIGHT STORY (Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Except where otherwise noted, music composed and conducted by Angelo Badalamenti. Produced by David Lynch & Angelo Badalamenti

  • Laurens, Iowa - main titles into opening scenes of Laurens; the end of the track plays again over the second part of the end credits
  • Solo Spin Out (written and performed by the Radio Ranch Straight Shooters) - jazzy tune heard playing from the Davmar bar as Bud goes out to find Alvin - unavailable/unreleased
  • Unknown (written and performed by John Neff) - pulsing guitar track when Alvin is at the doctor - unavailable/unreleased
  • Montage - the album track titled "Montage" features versions of "Rose's Theme," "Laurens Walking" and "Laurens, Iowa." The recordings in the "Montage" track feature prominently in many scenes in the film: the brief somber synth cue that plays at the start of "Montage" appears in the film when Rose tells Alvin that Lyle had a stroke; the version of "Sprinkler"/"Rose's Theme" that plays over the sprinkler scene in the film is actually the take/mix from "Montage"; it is again this version when Alvin tells Crystal about Rose losing her children; and again when the next morning Alvin sees that Crystal has left him a tied bundle of sticks symbolizing family; the synth-overdubbed "Montage" version of "Laurens Walking" plays as Alvin looks at how much money he has left while camped out in the Riordans' yard
  • Y'Ready (written by Spade Cooley, performed by the Radio Ranch Straight Shooters) - music in the supermarket as Rose buys braunschweiger and other supplies for Alvin - unavailable/unreleased
  • Rose's Theme (Variation) - played solely by strings (no guitar); Alvin and Rose look at the stars as he tells her he needs to make the trip alone
  • Laurens Walking - Alvin sets out for the first time; Alvin rides his new John Deere off the lot, and sets out for the second time; Alvin continues his journey before being interrupted by the bicycle race; Alvin leaves Clermont and continues his journey, crossing the Mississippi
  • Alvin's Theme - Alvin cooks the deer and continues on his travels
  • Happy Times (written by S. Fine, performed by Jo Stafford) - Alvin and Verlyn in the bar (not on album)
  • The Most Requested Song (from Strange Tales of the Late West) (written by Middlejohn & John Neff) - country track playing in the bar as Alvin finishes telling Verlyn about shooting Kotz, and later that night as he looks up at the stars; John Neff included this rare track on a playlist and it can be found online: ; however, the film version uses only a solo acoustic guitar track with overdubbed synths - the rest of the instrumentation and vocals are stripped out
  • Rose's Theme - Alvin talks to the Olson twins about brothers, and later says goodbye to Danny; plays again over the first part of the end credits
  • Final Miles - Alvin nears Lyle's place

THE STRAIGHT STORY ALBUM TRACKS NOT USED IN THE FILM
  • Sprinkler - this solo guitar version of Rose's Theme was replaced instead with the "Montage" version
  • Country Waltz - possibly intended for the scene of Alvin and Verlyn in the bar; John Neff said that Lynch preferred his "Most Requested Song," which was originally used as a temp track, to the piece that Badalamenti wrote for the scene
  • Country Theme - somewhat sweet/melancholy guitar and strings track
  • Crystal - yet another variation on Rose's Theme, played on strings; replaced again by the "Montage" version
  • Nostalgia - it is not clear where this long synth track (processed to sound like it is playing from a muffled record player) was meant to fit into the film
  • Farmland Tour - contemplative synth track; was presumably intended for one of the traveling montages and replaced with another reuse of "Laurens Walking," which Lynch clearly favored
BLUEBOB (DAVID LYNCH AND JOHN NEFF)
All tracks written, produced and performed by David Lynch and John Neff

  • 9-1-1
  • Rollin' Down (to My House)
  • Thank You, Judge - Lynch also directed a music video for this song starring himself and Neff
  • I Cannot Do That
  • Factory Interlude
  • Blue Horse
  • Bad Night
  • Mountains Falling - also plays in Mulholland Drive as Adam's party turns ominous: Diane sees Luigi Castigliane, "Camilla Rhodes" kisses Camilla, the Cowboy passes through, Adam and Camilla begin to make an announcement
  • Go Get Some - also plays in Mulholland Drive during Diane's flashback hooking up with Camilla on the couch, and Camilla saying they shouldn't do this anymore
  • Pink Western Range
  • Marilyn Monroe
  • City of Dreams
MULHOLLAND DRIVE
Except where otherwise noted, music composed & conducted by Angelo Badalamenti, performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic

  • Jitterbug - opening scene
  • Mulholland Drive - main titles (Rita's drive); replays later during Diane's drive
  • Rita Walks/Sunset Boulevard/Aunt Ruth - heard only intermittently/very low in the mix during Rita's actual walk; a portion is heard more prominently when Detective McKnight looks out over LA contemplating someone being missing with a transition back to Rita waking up in the bushes; the final portion is heard as Aunt Ruth takes her keys as Rita hides under the table, and goes to sleep once Aunt Ruth is gone
  • Diner (composed by Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch, performed by Angelo Badalamenti with the City of Prague Orchestra) - Winkie's scene
  • Mr. Roque/Betty's Theme (composed and performed by Angelo Badalamenti) - phone call sequence and Betty's arrival in LA; Mr. Roque's motif recurs in the scene where Ray Hott asks Roque if they should shut everything down
  • The Beast (written by Dave Cavanaugh, performed by Milt Buckner) - Adam arrives home to find Lorraine in bed with Gene
  • Bring It on Home (written by Willie Dixon, performed by Sonny Boy Williamson) - Kenny comes to Adam's house looking for him
  • Mulholland Drive/Love Theme - short portion heard as Betty arrives at the Paramount gate; Camilla leads Diane up the secret path to Adam's party; closing shots of a happy Diane/Betty and (blonde) Camilla/Rita superimposed over LA; end credits (with ominous overdubbed drones)
  • Sixteen Reasons (written by Doree Post and Bill Post, performed by Connie Stevens) - Carol's audition (not on album)
  • I've Told Every Little Star (written by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joe Kern, performed by Linda Scott) - "Camilla Rhodes"'s audition
  • Dwarfland/Love Theme (composed & performed by Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch) - Sierra Bonita sequence (beginning with Betty and Rita getting into the cab), up through Betty and Rita making love
  • Silencio (composed by Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch, performed by Angelo Badalamenti and the City of Prague Philharmonic) - the Silencio scene
  • Llorando (Crying) (written by Roy Orbison and Joe Melson, Spanish translation by Thania Sanz, performed by Rebekah Del Rio) - singer at Silencio
  • Pretty 50's (written and performed by David Lynch and John Neff) - Adam demonstrating the kissing scene with Camilla, continues over the scene of Diane trying unsuccessfully to masturbate
  • Dinner Party Pool Music (composed and performed by Angelo Badalamenti) - as Camilla and Diane arrive at Adam's party
MULHOLLAND DRIVE ALBUM TRACK NOT USED IN THE FILM
  • Diane and Camilla - seemingly an alternate love theme
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Part 3 Eraserhead (Dance Mix by David Lynch & John Neff) - from 2002 Original Soundtrack Plus rerelease
  • Cannes Memory (David Lynch & John Neff)
  • You're More Than That (written by David Lynch and Rona Hartner, performed by Rona Hartner)
POLISH NIGHT MUSIC (MAREK ZEBROWSKI & DAVID LYNCH)
All tracks written and performed by Marek Zebrowski & David Lynch

  • Night - City Back Street
  • Night - A Landscape with Factory
  • Night - Interiors
  • Night - A Woman on a Dark Street Corner
 
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Waiting Room
Apr 13, 2022
212
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INLAND EMPIRE (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Releases: 2007 David Lynch MC Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; 2011 digital Original Motion Picture Score (focusing exclusively on Lynch's score)

  • Bass D Dark Stairway (composed and performed by David Lynch) - acts as a sort of theme music for Axxon N.; plays from opening projector shot through Axxon. N. sequence, transitions into "Polish Poem"; plays again when Nikki is standing on the Polish street with Lori and Lanni and has a vision of the Lost Girl; plays again over the scene of Lost Girl and Phantom fighting; also plays in More Things That Happened over the Nastassja Kinski scene, continuing over Jack Rabbit in the hotel (only on Original Motion Picture Score)
  • Polish Poem (written by David Lynch and Chrysta Bell, performed by Chrysta Bell) - Axxon. N. Woman cries on the bed, transitions to Lost Girl crying on her bed; Lanni and Lori run down the hall, Nikki enters the Lost Girl's room and kisses her, Lost Girl is freed and reunited with Smithy, Nikki looks out on an audience then finds herself back in her mansion looking at herself on the couch; this track also features on Bell's album This Train
  • Rabbits Theme (composed and performed by David Lynch) - the first Rabbits scene; the Rabbits scene after the transition from the seance
  • Mansion Theme (composed and performed by David Lynch) - the Phantom tells Janek he looks for an opening; Piotrek takes Devon aside to warn him about the bonds of marriage
  • Hybrid Mood (composed and performed by David Lynch) - First Visitor scene (only on Original Motion Picture Score)
  • Metal Bow Suite (composed and performed by David Lynch) - Nikki gets a call from her agent that she got the part, continuing into the shot of the Hollywood sign; Nikki tells Devon her husband knows about them, then says it sounds like dialogue from the script; Sue's arrival in Mr. K's office, and again the transition at the end of the scene back to Sue's house; Smithy dead on the stairs, Lost Girl cries in her room (only on Original Motion Picture Score)
  • The Colors of My Life (written by Cy Coleman, Michael Stewart; performed by the Mantovani Orchestra) - theme to On High in Blue Tomorrows: Nikki and Devon arrive for the first day of rehearsals; Sue and Billy make love for the first time
  • Klavier Konzert (written by Boguslaw Schaeffer) - Devon searches the soundstage for someone who "disappeared where it's real hard to disappear"; again when the scene replays from Nikki/Sue's perspective
  • Lovely Way to Spend an Evening (written by Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh; performed by the Mantovani Orchestra) - Sue stays for drinks at Billy's home (not on album)
  • Three to Get Ready and Four to Go (written by Dave Brubeck, performed by the Dave Brubeck Quartet) - Kingsley argues with the film crew about lighting and clicks in the wire as Freddie asks the crew for money and Devon gets Nikki coffee and asks her out
  • Woods Variation (composed and performed by David Lynch) - Kingsley demands to know what the hell is going on as Nikki begins to blend into Sue; plays again briefly over the start of the Polish sequence after Sue looks through the hole in the silk (Polish street shots and the start of the Lost Girl/Phantom scene); plays again as Lost Girl sees Smithy on TV; Sue calls Billy late at night, but the Rabbits' phone rings; Smithy's wife sneaking up a staircase with a screwdriver and being murdered herself; establishing shots of Polish street leading into seance scene; the Rabbits' door opens and Nikki enters; plays in full over the Ballerina footage on the DVD
  • Ghost of Love (composed and performed by David Lynch) - plays as Lori and Lanni transport Sue to Poland; also plays in More Things That Happened over the Hollywood Boulevard sequence
  • Polymorphia (written by Krzysztof Penderecki, performed by Krzysztof Penderecki and Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra) - Sue finds herself back at home after being on the Polish street and having a vision of the Lost Girl (not on album)
  • The Secrets of the Life Tree (written by Jerzy Bawol, Tomasz Kukurba, Tomasz Lato; performed by Kroke) - Sue comes home from shopping and calls "hello," Smithy stalks around the house and does not reply, Sue burns a hole through the silk and looks through; Sue walks back into the room and sees the cigarettes and the silk dress on the floor
  • Fluorescences for Orchestra (written by Krzysztof Penderecki, performed by Krzysztof Penderecki and Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra) - Carolina's arm guides Sue down the hallway to Mr. K's office; Carolina's arm guides Sue down the hallway again, then the first part of the scene of Sue talking to Mr. K (not on album)
  • The Loco-motion (written by Gerry Goffin, Carole King; performed by Little Eva) - the Valley Girls dance
  • At Last (written by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren; performed by Etta James) - the Valley Girls dance (not on album)
  • Call from the Past (composed and performed by David Lynch) - the circus crew at the backyard party; Gordy tells Smithy that the Phantom is gone
  • Walkin' on the Sky (composed and performed by David Lynch) - the Valley Girls hang out, Sue leaves for Billy's house
  • Hallway into Bed (composed and performed by David Lynch) - Sue enters Billy's house (only on Original Motion Picture Score)
  • De Natura Sonoris II (written by Krzysztof Penderecki, performed by Krzysztof Penderecki and Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra) - burst of music when Sue runs up to camera in the clown/spotlight shot; electrical freakout transition to Hollywood Boulevard sequence; pullback shot revealing that Sue's death was part of the film, continuing through Sue entering the theater (not on album)
  • Black Tambourine (film version) (written by Beck, Eugene Blacknell and Dust Brothers; performed by Beck) - Sue hangs out on Hollywood Boulevard with the Valley Girls, who are now prostitutes, and she realizes Doris is coming to kill her
  • Novelette: Conclusion (excerpt) / Lisa (edit) ("Novelette" written by Witold Lutoslawski, performed by Antoni Wit and Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra; "Lisa" composed by Joseph Altruda, performed by Joseph Altruda, William McNeill and Jay P. Work) - Lanni and Lori mock Lost Girl on the Polish street, Sue runs from Doris and goes into the Forty Deuce club
  • De Natura Sonoris I (written by Krzysztof Penderecki, performed by Krzysztof Penderecki and Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra) - flashback to Sue looking freaked out after being beaten (not on album)
  • Als Jakob Erwachte (written by Krzysztof Penderecki, performed by Krzysztof Penderecki and Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra) - Doris stabs Sue, Sue stumbles across Hollywood Boulevard
  • On High Now (composed and performed by David Lynch) - Sue's death (only on Original Motion Picture Score)
  • Anaklasis für Streicher und Schlagzeug (written and performed by Krzysztof Penderecki) - Sue takes the gun out of the drawer and stalks the hallway (not on album)
  • Polish Night Music No. 1 (composed and performed by David Lynch and Marek Zebrowski) - Sue searches the hallway and final confrontation with the Phantom (excerpted from the longer track "Night - Interiors" from the album Polish Night Music)
    • Also plays in More Things That Happened: when Smithy says he is going out, Sue sits in the living room as time passes and lights flash, and Billy (Devon?) is seen stabbed dead; again over the beginning of the Hollywood Boulevard sequence; and when Nikki walks home at the end
  • Sinner Man (edit) (traditional, arranged and performed by Nina Simone) - end credits
MISCELLANEOUS
  • It Happened (composed by David Lynch, performed by Stanley Kamel, Emily Stofle and Kristen Kerr) - from Room to Dream exclusive scene - unavailable/unreleased
  • Kitchen Blues (composed and performed by David Lynch) - digital release
  • Imaginary Girl (composed and performed by David Lynch) - B-side of "Ghost of Love" single
THE AIR IS ON FIRE (DAVID LYNCH)
Soundscape created by David Lynch for the Fondation Cartier exhibition of his art

  • I. Station
  • II. Porticos
  • III. Grey
  • IV. History
  • V. Theater
  • VI. Black
  • VII. Interior
  • VIII. Distortion
TWIN PEAKS MUSIC: SEASON TWO MUSIC AND MORE
All tracks composed by Angelo Badalamenti

  • Love Theme Intro - special mix created for this release; contains "Laura Palmer's Theme," "Solo Percussion 1," "Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Sax)," "One-Armed Man's Theme (Clarinet & Bass Clarinet Combo)," "Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano No. 1)," "Stair Music/Danger Theme" and "Laura Palmer's Theme (Bright Version)"
  • I'm Hurt Bad - special mix created for this release; contains "I'm Hurt Bad," "James and Evelyn" and "Trail Mix"
  • Cop Beat - special mix created for this release; cue(s) not used on the show
  • Night Bells - special mix created for this release
  • Audrey - special mix created for this release with "Audrey's Investigation" mixed in
  • Packards' Vibration - special mix created for this release, slightly sped up and with "Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Vibraphone)" overdubbed
  • Dark Mood Woods/The Red Room - special mix created for this release; contains "Dark Mood Woods," "Windom Earle's Motif," "Unease Motif/The Woods" and "The Red Room"
  • Love Theme Farewell - special mix created for this release; contains "Laura Palmer's Theme (Alternate)" and "Laura Palmer's Theme (Bright Version)"
    • This mix was later used in The Missing Pieces for the scene of Will telling Laura the angels will return
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Girl on the Street (Instrumental) (composed and performed by David Lynch) - digital release
  • Adagio for Large Room (composed and performed by David Lynch) - digital release
  • Heart of Glass (Blondie, written by Debbie Harry and Chris Stein) - used by Lynch in Gucci ad he directed
  • Capriccio for Violin and Orchestra (composed by Krzysztof Penderecki, performed by Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra) - used by Lynch on The Lime Green Set to score some of his oldest films, 16mm and An Absurd Encounter with Fear
  • Shot in the Back of the Head (written and performed by Moby) - music video directed by Lynch
LION OF PANJSHIR (ARIANA DELAWARI)
Released on the David Lynch MC label, and mixed by Lynch and Dean Hurley. All tracks written and performed by Ariana Delawari except where otherwise noted. Lynch also directed a montage of short music videos/samples of all the tracks for the album

  • San Francisco
  • Her Legacy
  • Be Gone Taliban (written by Ariana Delawari and Max Guirand)
  • Lally Jan (written by Ahmad Zahir)
  • Singwind
  • The East
  • Cheshme Siah Daree (written by Ahmad Zahir, additional English lyrics written by Ariana Delawari)
  • Don't Fight the Love (written by Ariana Delawari and Max Guirand)
  • Suspend Me (written by Ariana Delawari and Robert Francis, lyrics by Ariana Delawari) (produced by David Lynch)
  • We Live on a Whim
  • We Came Home
MISCELLANEOUS
  • I Am the Shaman (written and performed by Donovan; produced by David Lynch and Dean Hurley) - Lynch also later directed a music video for the song
  • Gimme Some of That (written and performed by Donovan; produced by David Lynch and Dean Hurley) - Lynch also later directed a music video for the song
  • Blurred Dancer Music (written and performed by David Lynch & Dean Hurley) - digital release
  • Shanghai Mysterioso (written and performed by Dean Hurley) - soundtrack for Lady Blue Shanghai (released on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Fate (Tango Valentino) (composed by Nathaniel Shilkret, performed by the International Novelty Orchestra conducted by Nathaniel Shilkret) - plays from the Victrola in Lady Blue Shanghai
DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL (DANGER MOUSE & SPARKLEHORSE)
In addition to contributing vocals on two tracks, Lynch also created a booklet of his photos which was meant to visually accompany the album

  • Revenge (featuring the Flaming Lips)
  • Just War (featuring Gruff Rhys)
  • Jaykub (featuring Jason Lytle)
  • Little Girl (featuring Julian Casablancas)
  • Angel's Harp (featuring Black Francis)
  • Pain (featuring Iggy Pop)
  • Star Eyes (I Can't Catch It) (featuring David Lynch)
  • Everytime I'm with You (featuring Jason Lytle)
  • Insane Lullaby (featuring James Mercer)
  • Daddy's Gone (featuring Mark Linkous & Nina Persson)
  • The Man Who Played God (featuring Suzanne Vega)
  • Grim Augury (featuring Vic Chestnutt)
  • Dark Night of the Soul (featuring David Lynch)
  • Revenge (featuring the Flaming Lips) (instrumental)
  • Everytime I'm with You (featuring Jason Lytle) (instrumental)
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Chrome Optimism (performed by Dubblestandart, David Lynch & Lee "Scratch" Perry; written by P. Zawilensky, R. Osterberger, A. Tersch, H. Pirker)
  • No Stars (written by David Lynch, John Neff and Rebekah Del Rio; performed by Rebekah Del Rio) - from Del Rio's album Love Hurts Love Heals
THIS TRAIN (CHRYSTA BELL)
All tracks produced by David Lynch. Lyrics for all tracks by David Lynch

  • This Train (written by David Lynch, John Neff and Chrysta Bell)
  • Right Down to You (written by David Lynch, John Neff and Chrysta Bell)
  • I Die (written by David Lynch, Dean Hurley and Chrysta Bell)
  • Swing with Me (written by David Lynch, Dean Hurley and Chrysta Bell)
  • Angel Star (written by David Lynch, Dean Hurley and Chrysta Bell)
  • Friday Night Fly (written by David Lynch, Dean Hurley and Chrysta Bell)
  • Down by Babylon (written by David Lynch, Dean Hurley and Chrysta Bell)
  • Real Love (written by David Lynch, John Neff and Chrysta Bell)
  • Bird of Flames (written by David Lynch and Dean Hurley)
  • The Truth Is (written by David Lynch and Dean Hurley)
CRAZY CLOWN TIME (DAVID LYNCH)
Except where otherwise noted, all tracks written and performed by David Lynch and Dean Hurley. Lyrics and vocals by David Lynch

  • Pinky's Dream (featuring Karen O) (written and performed by David Lynch, Dean Hurley and Karen O)
  • Good Day Today
  • So Glad
  • Noah's Ark
  • Football Game
  • I Know
  • Strange and Unproductive Thinking
  • The Night Bell with Lightning
  • Stone's Gone Up
  • Crazy Clown Time - Lynch also directed a music video for this track
  • These Are My Friends
  • Speed Roadster
  • Movin' On
  • She Rise Up
  • Sparkle Lounge Blues (bonus track)
  • I Have a Radio (bonus track - Deluxe Edition)
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Girl on the Street (written and performed by David Lynch) - digital release
  • Victrola Manifestation (written and performed by David Lynch) - digital release
  • Lights (written and performed by Interpol) - Lynch directed the music video for this track
  • Girl Panic! (7" David Lynch Remix) (written by Duran Duran, Mark Ronson, Dom Brown; performed by Duran Duran)
  • In Your Nature (David Lynch Remix) (written and performed by Moby)
THE BIG DREAM (DAVID LYNCH)
Except where otherwise noted, all tracks written, performed and produced by David Lynch and Dean Hurley

  • The Big Dream
  • Star Dream Girl
  • Last Call
  • Cold Wind Blowin'
  • The Ballad of Hollis Brown (written by Bob Dylan)
  • Wishin' Well
  • Say It
  • We Rolled Together
  • Sun Can't Be Seen No More
  • I Want You
  • The Line It Curves
  • Are You Sure
  • I'm Waiting Here (Deluxe Edition)
  • And Light Shines (Deluxe Edition)
  • Bad the John Boy (Deluxe Edition)
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Strange Formula (David Lynch Remix) (Ultraísta)
  • Evangeline (David Lynch Remix) (Jori Hulkonnen & John Foxx)
  • Came Back Haunted (written by Trent Reznor, performed by Nine Inch Nails) - Lynch directed the music video for this track (from the album Hesitation Marks)
  • Fuel to Fire (David Lynch Remix) (written and performed by Agnes Obel)
TWIN PEAKS: THE MISSING PIECES UNAVAILABLE/UNRELEASED TRACK
  • Hotel Tango (music by Dean Hurley) - plays over the Buenos Aires hotel sequence
SOMEWHERE IN THE NOWHERE (CHRYSTA BELL)
All tracks written by David Lynch, Dean Hurley and Chrysta Bell, produced by David Lynch

  • Somewhere in the Nowhere
  • Night Ride
  • All the Things
  • Back Seat
  • Beat the Beat
 
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TWIN PEAKS: A LIMITED EVENT SERIES
Releases: Limited Event Series Soundtrack (Executive Producers: David Lynch & Angelo Badalamenti); Music from the Limited Event Series (Executive Producer: David Lynch); Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△ by Dean Hurley
Music composed and conducted by Angelo Badalamenti except where otherwise noted.
This reddit post is the best resource I've found for the music of
The Return: https://www.reddit.com/r/twinpeaks/comments/6xyh2w/s3e18_twin_peaks_the_return_complete_music_list/, and was used by me for my sequencing/scene placement guide (supplemented/corrected with notations below in a few places by me where I found it to be inaccurate or lacking)

PART 1 (My log has a message for you)

  • Intro Cymbal Wind (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Twin Peaks Main Theme (edit) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
  • American Woman (David Lynch Remix) (written by Jason White, Butch Walker, Kallie North, Jessy Wilson; performed by Muddy Magnolias) (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • Sub Dream (written and performed by David Lynch and Dean Hurley) - unavailable/unreleased - possibly the reveal of Dave and Constance uncovering the body under Ruth's covers; also appears in Part 17, possibly when DoppelCooper walks to Jack Rabbit's Palace
PART 2 (The stars turn and a time presents itself)
  • Dark Mood Woods/The Red Room (new mix) (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • Tube Wind Dream (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Shadow (written by Adam Miller, Johnny Jewel, Nat Walker; performed by Chromatics) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 3 (Call for help)
  • Dream Recall (written and performed by David Lynch and Dean Hurley) - possibly the scene of Cooper and Naido - unavailable/unreleased
  • Electricity I (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Mississippi (written by Jack Torrey, performed by the Cactus Blossoms) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 4 (...brings back some memories)
  • Take Five (written by Paul Desmond, performed by the Dave Brubeck Quartet) (not on albums)
  • Lark (written by Heather D'Angelo, Erika Forster, Annie Hart; performed by Au Revoir Simone) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 5 (Case files)
  • The Flame (written and performed by Johnny Jewel) (not on albums)
  • I Am Old School (Hip Hop Beat) (written and performed by Blunted Beatz; contains a sample from "Good Man" written by Raphael Saadiq and Taura Latrice Stinson) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
  • Habit (written and performed by Uniform) (not on albums)
  • Grady Groove (feat. Grady Tate) (new mix of “Solo Percussion 2 (Grady’s Waltz)”) (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • Tabloid (written and performed by Uniform) (not on albums)
  • I Love How You Love Me (written by Larry Kolber and Barry Mann, performed by the Paris Sisters) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
  • Stars and Stripes Forever (written by John Phillip Sousa, performed and arranged by U.S. Army Band) (not on albums)
  • Angel Choir Reveal (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Snake Eyes (written by Dean Hurley, Riley Lynch and Alex Zhang Huntai; performed by Trouble) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
  • Windswept (Reprise) (written by Nat Walker and Johnny Jewel, performed by Johnny Jewel) (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
PART 6 (Don't die)
  • Slow One Chord Blues (Interior) (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Tone / Slow Speed Prison / Low Mood (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Accident/Farewell Theme (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • Electricity II (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Tarifa (Roadhouse Mix) (written and performed by Sharon Van Etten) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 7 (There's a body all right)
  • Green Onions (written by Al Jackson Jr., Stephen Cropper, Booker T. Jones, Lewis Steinberg; performed by Booker T. and the M.G.s) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
  • Sleepwalk (written by Santo Farina, John Farina, Ann Farina; performed by Santo & Jonny) (not on albums)
PART 8 (Gotta light?)
  • Piano Sonata No. 14 Moonlight Sonata (composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven) - unknown version slowed-down - unavailable/unreleased
  • She's Gone Away (written by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross; performed by Nine Inch Nails) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
  • Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima (composed by Krzysztof Penderecki, performed by the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Witold Rowicki) (incorrect version on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • Slow 30s Room (written and performed by David Lynch & Dean Hurley) - excerpted from “VII. Interior” on The Air Is on Fire (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • Interior Home by the Sea (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • The Fireman (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • My Prayer (written by Georges Boulanger, Jimmy Kennedy; performed by the Platters) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 9 (This is the chair)
  • America the Beautiful (written by Samuel A. Ward, performed and arranged by the U.S. Air Force Band) (not on albums)
  • Deer Meadow Shuffle (new edit) (the album release strangely credits Angelo Badalamenti as the writer of this track, whereas the credits of Fire Walk with Me credited the track to Lynch and David Slusser) (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • The Chair (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • Human (written and performed by Hudson Mohawke) (not on albums)
  • A Violent Yet Flammable World (written by Heather D'Angelo, Erika Forster and Annie Hart; performed by Au Revoir Simone) (not on albums)
PART 10 (Laura is the one)
  • Red River Valley (traditional, performed by Harry Dean Stanton) - unavailable/unreleased
  • Slow Dreams (written and performed by Johnny Jewel) (not on albums)
  • Charmaine (written by Erno Rapee and Lew Pollack, performed by Mantovani and His Orchestra) (not on albums)
  • Headless Chicken (written by David Lynch & Angelo Badalamenti, performed by Thought Gang) (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
  • No Stars (written by David Lynch, John Neff and Rebekah Del Rio; performed by Rebekah Del Rio) - autotuned remix (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 11 (There's fire where you are going)
  • Viva Las Vegas (written by Mort Shuman and Doc Pomus, performed by Shawn Colvin) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
  • Unknown piano piece at Santino's - unavailable/unreleased
  • Heartbreaking (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
PART 12 (Let's rock)
  • Saturday (Instrumental) (written by Adam Miller, Nat Walker, Johnny Jewel; performed by Chromatics) (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
PART 13 (What story is that, Charlie?)
  • Seven Heaven (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Dance of the Swans from Swan Lake (composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky) - unavailable/unreleased unknown version
  • Eastern European Symphonic Mood No. 1 (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Just You (written by Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch, performed by James Marshall) - new mix (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 14 (We are like the dreamer)
  • Forest / Interior (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Low Sustained Mystery (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Wild West (Roadhouse Mix) (written by Elisabeth Mauris and Curt Schneider, performed by Lissie) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 15 (There is some fear in letting go)
  • I've Been Loving You Too Long (Live from Monterey Pop) (written by Otis Redding and Jerry Butler, performed by Otis Redding) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
  • Black Box (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Weighted Room / Choral Swarm (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Sharp Dressed Man (written by Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, Frank Beard; performed by ZZ Top) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
  • Axlotl (Roadhouse Mix) (written by Finn Andrews, Jaime Meline, Wilder Zoby; performed by the Veils) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 16 (No knock, no doorbell)
  • Night Electricity Theme (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Out of Sand (written and performed by Eddie Vedder) (on Music from the Limited Event Series)
PART 18 (What is your name?)
  • Dark Space Low (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack)
UNUSED TRACKS FROM TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN
  • Night (composed by Angelo Badalamenti) (on Limited Event Series Soundtrack) (the reddit post I linked is incorrect in saying that this cue plays in the Part 12 scene when Tammy joins the Blue Rose Task Force; that cue is actually "The Chair")
  • Sad Song (written by Heather D'Angelo, Erika Forster and Annie Hart; performed by Au Revoir Simone) (deleted Roadhouse sequence, included on Blu Ray)
  • Girl Appears / Black Smoke (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Future / Past (written and performed by Dean Hurley) (on Anthology Resource Vol. 1: △△)
  • Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima - the version that appeared on the Limited Event Series Soundtrack in not the version that appeared on the show, but rather the Berlin Symphony Orchestra conducted by Herbert Kegel
THOUGHT GANG
  • One Dog Bark (written by Angelo Badalamenti & David Lynch, performed by Thought Gang) - new overdub/mix for 2018 album release; track previously appeared in Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces in the sequence of Buck, Tommy, Laura and Donna driving to Canada
  • Jack Paints It Red (written by Angelo Badalamenti & David Lynch, performed by Thought Gang) - new overdub/mix for 2018 album release
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Fire Is Coming (feat. David Lynch) (Flying Lotus)
 
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AXX°N N.

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This kind of thing is why I was glad to see you move to Tulpa, this is incredible! Just skimming over this is proving to be rewarding--I never consciously realized there's only a single musical cue in Part 18.
 

Mr. Reindeer

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This kind of thing is why I was glad to see you move to Tulpa, this is incredible! Just skimming over this is proving to be rewarding--I never consciously realized there's only a single musical cue in Part 18.
Good to be here! But as to Part 18, I should note that there are other cues in there, they’re just reused ones that appeared earlier in my playlist: “Accident/Farewell Theme” when the new Dougie gets created, of course “My Prayer” for the sex scene, as well as some other material (possibly Dean Hurley stuff) that I don’t believe has been released. The reddit post I linked is good, but there is more work to be done on The Return in terms of soundtrack cues.
 

AXX°N N.

Great Northern Hotel
Apr 14, 2022
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Good to be here! But as to Part 18, I should note that there are other cues in there, they’re just reused ones that appeared earlier in my playlist: “Accident/Farewell Theme” when the new Dougie gets created, of course “My Prayer” for the sex scene, as well as some other material (possibly Dean Hurley stuff) that I don’t believe has been released. The reddit post I linked is good, but there is more work to be done on The Return in terms of soundtrack cues.
D'oh, can't believe I forgot about My Prayer.
 
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