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Angelo Badalamenti - Twin Peaks


A1 Twin Peaks Theme
A2 Laura Palmer's Theme
A3 Audrey's Dance
A4 The Nightingale
A5 Freshly Squeezed
B6 The Bookhouse Boys
B7 Into The Night
B8 Night Life In Twin Peaks
B9 Dance Of The Dream Man
B10 Love Theme From Twin Peaks
B11 Falling

Companies, etc.

  • Lacquer Cut At – Better Quality Sound
  • Lacquer Cut At – Plush Vinyl
  • Designed At – Death Waltz Recording Company
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-96395
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-96396
  • Published By – Anlon Music Co.
  • Published By – Bobkind Music
  • Published By – Universal Music Corp.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Death Waltz Recording Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Licensed From – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Record Company – Mondo Tees LLC
  • Record Company – Warner Music Group
  • Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Marketed By – Death Waltz Recording Company
  • Recorded At – Excalibur Sound Productions
  • Mixed At – The Hit Factory
  • Mixed At – Excalibur Sound Productions
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk
  • Remastered At – Warner Archives


  • A&R [A&R Coordination] – Kevin Laffey
  • Artwork – Sam Smith
  • Composed By, Liner Notes, Sleeve Notes, Score, Orchestrated By, Arranged By, Piano, Synthesizer [Synthesisers] – Angelo Badalamenti
  • Coordinator [Soundtrack Album Coordination By] – AGM Management, Tony Meilandt
  • Drums – Grady Tate
  • Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars] – Eddie Dixon, Vinnie Bell
  • Engineer [Vinyl Production Engineer] – Tal Miller
  • Flute, Clarinet – Eddie Daniels
  • Lacquer Cut By – David Cheppa
  • Layout – Jay Shaw
  • Lyrics By – David Lynch
  • Mastered By [Originally Mastered By] – Howie Weingberg*
  • Mixed By – Art Pohlemus* (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B6, B8 to B10), Jay Healy (tracks: A4, B7, B11)
  • Producer – Angelo Badalamenti, David Lynch
  • Recorded By – Art Pohlemus*
  • Synthesizer [Synthesisers] – Kinny Landrum
  • Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute – Al Regni*
  • Vocals – Julee Cruise
  • Written-By – Angelo Badalamenti, David Lynch (tracks: A1, A4, B7, B11)


Director approved artwork, on 180 gram damn fine coffee colour vinyl, and 425 gram gatefold sleeve housed inside a bespoke white die-cut outer jacket with white spot varnish finish, complete with obi strip.

Tracks listed sequentially on gatefold jacket and center labels.

Tracks A4, B7, B11 also available on the Warner Bros. album "Floating Into The Night".
© & ℗ 1990 & 2016 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Recorded and mixed at Excalibur Sound. Except tracks A4, B7 & B11 mixed at The Hit Factory.
Originally mastered at Masterdisk.

Available directly from Mondotees website beginning on August 10, 2016, and in retail stores worldwide on September 9, 2016.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Obi Strip: Text): 826853874212
  • Matrix / Runout (Side-A, Etched): DW50 A DC BQS 'Harry I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a plae [sic] both wonderful and strange.' S-96395
  • Matrix / Runout (Side-B, Etched): A2 DW50 B DC PLUSH✓ 'this must be where pie goes to die.' S-96396 S-[additional Rainbo number scratched out]

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 26316-2 Angelo Badalamenti Soundtrack From Twin Peaks ‎(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records 9 26316-2 US 1990
692 Angelo Badalamenti Music From Twin Peaks ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Takt Music 692 Poland Unknown
9 26316-2 Angelo Badalamenti Soundtrack From Twin Peaks ‎(CD, Club) Warner Bros. Records 9 26316-2 US 1990
Record F016 Angelo Badalamenti Music From Twin Peaks ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Studio Record Record F016 Belarus Unknown
00430 Angelo Badalamenti Music From Twin Peaks ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Music Records 00430 Lithuania 1997

Angelo Badalamenti - Twin Peaks
Performer: Angelo Badalamenti
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Stage & Screen
Title: Twin Peaks
Released: 2016
Style: Soundtrack, Score, Ambient
MP3 version ZIP size: 1555 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1460 mb
WMA version RAR size: 1278 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 620
Angelo Badalamenti - Twin Peaks.pdf

Well David Cheppa mastered it so it must sound like shit; seems like it's this guy trademark sound to make everything sound laughably bad. Avoid at all costs. Too bad the design and packaging are beautiful...
It actually sounds wonderful provided you don't get a bum pressed copy. Listen to it first bro.
I'm bummed to see everyone's had bad luck with this pressing but my copy sounds phenomenal. It's gorgeous, with basically no surface noise. The wax is warped, yes, but not so much that it affects playback. I guess I should consider myself lucky!
It largely depends on your stylus. On my Denon DL-160 it sounds relatively quiet but flat. With 440MLb the surface noise is unbearable and even louder than the music itself, but the sound (apart from the crap) is much more involving.
Top packaging but copy sounds like shit : a reissue to avoid. sliver
I guess I got lucky with my press. No warping, and only moderate surface noise. By no means is this a great pressing, but not nearly as bad as some of the other issues other people here are experiencing. 9/10 packaging, 5/10 pressingBought on in case anyone is wondering.
They should be ashamed of this nonsense. You can't just make a handcrafted wooden box for your mom and fill it with turds (unless you strongly disrespect her). Very poor pressing.
Golden freddi
I'm finally listening and have to admit this sounds truly bad. The colored vinyl and artwork is cool but in the end it's about the audio. The cracking can't be ignored and especially for a brand new sealed record that's inexcusable sorry.
My copy sounds like shit. I'm pretty sick of the DW/Mondo "look cool but sound like shit" releases.
My copy sounds good. It's quiet, with little to no surface noise, and the sound is smooth and clear. It's not quite as phenomenal as the WB/Rhino pressing of Fire Walk With Me or my copy of The Return, but it's much better than a lot of the reviews I've read of this pressing. And I like the design and the packaging, myself. No complaints. Maybe I just got lucky? First time for everything.
Same thing with me, did all the cleaning tricks I have and still horribly noisy. More clicks and pops than most of my thrift store purchases. Cool looking vinyl though....
I bought the M83 Oblivion sound track by mondo a few years back and that was also a noisy off centre crap pressing. Disappointed. I wouldn't buy anything else from them. Their stuff is for putting on the shelf, looking at and not listening to.
I am not a big fan of re-releases. When it comes to hard to find though sometimes money dictates... First - director approved artwork sure, but was he impressed? I am not. Second - the sound is bad with surface noise and pops/clicks all over. I am not impressed with this release as a whole and have doubts about other releases by DW. I will not jump to buy their releases.
My copy: occasional surface noise, eg clicks, but pressed on-center and not warped. I feel like if I bought a VG+ used original Euro pressing it would have some clicks as well; this is slightly cheaper, so I'm ok with this tho it's not perfect. (Telling myself the surface noise is intentional for that "Double-R Diner jukebox" sound.)
I just put on a new copy, and it is not a good pressing. If you watch the tone arm, it travels up and down, and also side to side, as it plays. The sound has a warble that you can't ignore. I emailed DW, and they are sending a replacement. Then I checked out the discs in Fire Walk With Me, and both of them are a little warped and sound warbly and noisy. These releases are for looking at more than listening to. It's a shame as they are very expensive and all you get is some cardboard essentially. Very disappointing.
Just got this. Noisy. Clicking. I cleaned it. Disappointed. The packaging and $40CAD price tag looked like a promising listen, but its noisy :( Delicate music deserves better than this.
thats exactly what im doing! . . . . .
Request a refund and buy this version with better sound quality for half the price.
I bought a copy of this the week it was released and it sounds great - no warping, noise or clicks. Having said that, modern vinyl pressings can be seriously dodgy and judging by the many negative reviews below it seems like this is another in a long line of reissues where the chances of getting a clean copy will just be a complete lottery. It's such a shame because the packaging is great, the design is modern and minimal and the cardboard used is sturdy. I was really looking forward to buying the matching FWWM release, but all the bad reviews (and the surprising amount of typos people have found) make it too risky. If you are going to buy it, make sure you do it from a place that accepts returns.
Got my pressing in today. Upon first play, I noticed there was a warp (not enough to impact the sound) and a significant amount of pops and clicks on the first two tracks of both sides but minimal on the rest of the songs (weird). Gave it a good cleaning sounds much better, very happy with the sound quality. Ultimately the quality control is hit and miss it. Seem's like Mondo cared more about the presentation of the LP than they did with the quality control. What really disappoints me is even though there were enough people who were sent replacement copies by Mondo you would think they would put better quality control into the Fire Walk With Me Soundtrack, and based on comments they didn't.... Super disappointing on Mondo's part they seem happy to not have any quality control, but to send you replacement copies instead.
My copy is an absolutely disaster. Shame on them. Big time.
Picked up a copy of this in Australia - no scratches, warps, pops or crackles. Overall the release sounds great.
Same here as well. Picked up in JB, no warping, no scratches, no crackling, only a couple pops which can be noted as being isolated to a single white spot on one side
Myself included. The colony must of got the good batch!
Anyone else have a consistent scratch on every rotation at the end of SideA just before the needle settles into the end-groove?This also happens at the start of SideB. I also find it very strange that there's a gatefold package with two open pockets and only ONE record and no insert.
Is it my imagination or is the actual mix of love theme from twin peaks a little off on the DW release. When I first heard it I thought it sounded a bit weird so played it against my old cd version and it does sound a bit stretched. Hard to explain but the cd sounds clean, the vinyl sounds like someone is slowing the vinyl as it playing. All the rest seem ok.
'this must be where pie goes to die.' is not how it is said in the movie. Hopefully they didn't actually etch this in the run-out grooves. Also, brown "damn good coffee" vinyl is ironic being that Cooper likes his coffee black "as midnight on a moonless night". Has Death Waltz seen the movie? LOL
Black as midnight on a moonless night is pretty black...
Could have been darker vinyl, but you do realize black coffee isn't actually *black*?
Good one... They can take their Mocha Latte Frappuccino kitsch and save it for some goobers who are more interested in collecting the latest new release and not the content. The vinyl and labels shoulda been pitch black. On another note I like the jacket and sleeve with the Black Lodge design, so well done.
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