The Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me soundtrack is being reissued on ‘cherry pie’ vinyl

A must-have treat for fans of David Lynch’s cult film.


Adam Woodward


Of all the reasons to be cheerful in 2017 (we’ve listed a few of them here), the return of Twin Peaks is perhaps the most tantalising prospect. But before the long-awaited third season of David Lynch’s cult show airs this spring (a leaked Showtime calendar suggests 30 April as the exact date), the director’s somewhat contentious 1992 prequel – which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year – is set for a theatrical re-run in the US.

Better still, a newly remastered version of Angelo Badalamenti’s haunting soundtrack is being reissued on 25 January – as a 180-gram “cherry pie” red double LP no less. The groovy folk over at Death Waltz records know a thing or too about reissuing classic vinyl, and this damn fine looking release, featuring original artwork by Sam Smith, is a must-have for fans. Check out the official tracklist below and head to for more info

Theme From Twin Peaks – Fire Walk With Me (6:40)
The Pine Float (3:58)
Sycamore Trees (3:52)
Don’t Do Anything (I Wouldn’t Do) (7:17)
A Real Indication (5:31)
Questions In A World Of Blue (4:50)
The Pink Room (4:02)
The Black Dog Runs At Night (1:45)
Best Friends (2:12)
Moving Through Time (6:41)
Montage From Twin Peaks – Girl Talk / Birds In Hell / Laura Palmer’s Theme / Falling (5:27)
The Voice Of Love (3:55)

Published 5 Jan 2017

Tags: David Lynch

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