ANGELO BADALAMENTI & DAVID LYNCH Twin Peaks (1990), Fire Walk With Me (1992), Season Two Music And More (2007) & Twin Peaks Archive (2012)

Twin Peaks (1990)
Twin Peaks – Fire Walk With Me (1992)
Twin Peaks – Season 2 Music And More (2007)
Twin Peaks Archive
(2012)
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Like his movies, director David Lynch likes his music cool and detached, and his longtime collaboration with composer Angelo Badalamenti is a perfect union for both parties. Badalamenti’s use of atmospheric surrounds, sparse beats, computer jazz and spooky, disembodied vocals has helped to convincingly soundtrack Lynch’s other-world imaginations, beginning with the 1990 debut of his uber-weird TV show, Twin Peaks. Since then, the Lynch & Badalamenti franchise has branched out into movies (Twin Peaks – Fire Walk With Me), additional soundtrack music (Season Two Music And More) and – more recently – an expansive website for the David Lynch Music Company, where Twin Peaks music rarities - most of which have never appeared on the previous albums – are being offered for sale. We’ve now got all 212 tracks (almost 10 hours) from the Twin Peaks Archive, below. Visit this guy (HERE) for his elaborate series of fan covers for all of the Archive tracks. Hit the archives for more from Lynch, Badalamenti and vocalist Julee Cruise, Floating Into The Night (1989) and The Voice Of Love (1993), HERE. Click the covers for Amazon links.

TWIN PEAKS
Twin Peaks Theme (5:06)
Laura Palmer’s Theme (4:52)
Audrey’s Dance (5:18)
The Nightingale (4:56)
Freshly Squeezed (3:49)
The Bookhouse Boys (3:30)
Into The Night (4:44)
Night Life In Twin Peaks (3:27)
Dance Of The Dream Man (3:42)
Love Theme From Twin Peaks (5:04)
Falling (5:24)

 

TWIN PEAKS – FIRE WALK WITH ME
Theme From Twin Peaks – Fire Walk With Me (6:46)
The Pine Float (4:04)
Sycamore Trees (3:58)
Don’t Do Anything (I Wouldn’t Do) (7:21)
A Real Indication (5:38)
Questions In A World Of Blue (4:54)
The Pink Room (4:06)
The Black Dog Runs At Night (1:49)
Best Friends (2:17)
Moving Through Time (6:45)
Girl Talk/Laura Palmer’s Theme/Falling (5:30)
The Voice Of Love (3:53)

TWIN PEAKS – SEASON TWO MUSIC AND MORE
Love Theme Intro (6:42)
Shelly (2:18)
New Shoes (3:48)
High School Swing (1:52)
Hayward Boogie (2:16)
Blue Frank (5:12)
Audrey’s Prayer (2:11)
I’m Hurt Bad (2:31)
Cop Beat (1:56)
Harold’s Theme (1:43)
Barbershop (1:26)
Night Bells (2:47)
Just You (3:36)
Drug Deal Blues (3:08)
Audrey (2:27)
Josie And Truman (4:32)
Hook Rug Dance (2:25)
Packards’ Vibration (2:39)
Half Heart (5:31)
Laura’s Dark Boogie (5:02)
Dark Mood Woods/The Red Room (9:01)
Love Theme Farewell (2:35)

TWIN PEAKS ARCHIVE
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1. Deer Meadow Shuffle (5:20)
2. Deer Meadow Shuffle (Film Version) (4:39)
3. Just You (Instrumental Baritone Guitar) (1:10)
4. Twin Peaks Theme (Alternate Version) (1:51)
5. Annie and Cooper (2:09)
6. Nightsea Wind (5:25)
7. Freshly Squeezed (Bass Clarinet) (5:09)
8. Twin Peaks Theme (Nostalgia Version) (2:25)
9. Twin Peaks Theme (Harp and Guitar) (0:46)
10. Twin Peaks Theme (Solo Rhodes) (5:35)
11. Mysterioso #2 (4:44)
12. Mysterioso #2 (Film Version) (3:27)
13. Mysterioso #1 (5:07)
14. Mysterioso #1 (Film Version) (3:06)
15. Love Theme (Alternate Version) (5:02)
16. Love Theme (Solo Rhodes) (3:30)
17. Americana (0:52)
18. James Hurley (Outtake) (1:17)
19. Mister Snooty (3:02)
20. Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Version) (3:39)
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21. Picking On Country (RR Tune No. 3) (2:07)
22. I’m Hurt Bad (Industrial Symphony No. 1 Version) (2:18)
23. Western Ballad (RR Tune No. 5) (2:46)
24. Preparing for M.T. Wentz (1:41)
25. Secret Country (RR Tune No. 2) (3:01)
26. Dark Mood Woods (Full Version) (4:29)
27. RR Swing (2:00)
28. Great Northern Piano Tune #1 (1:14)
29. Great Northern Piano Tune #2 (Truman and Josie) (1:13)
30. Great Northern Piano Tune #3 (3:30)
31. Twin Peaks Theme (Solo Piano) (1:24)
32. Girl Talk (2:07)
33. Birds In Hell (4:22)
34. Audrey’s Prayer (Clarinet & Synth) (2:13)
35. Audrey’s Prayer (Synth Version) (2:15)
36. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Vibraphone) (1:41)
37. The Norwegians (1:20)
38. Sneaky Audrey (1:29)
39. Miss Twin Peaks (Piano Rehearsal) (1:03)
40. Miss Twin Peaks Theme (1:39)
41. Lucy’s Dance (1:32)
42. Lana’s Dance (1:16)
43. Miss Twin Peaks (Finale) (1:26)
44. Sycamore Trees (Instrumental) (4:11)
45. South Sea Dreams (1:27)
46. Hula Hoppin (0:57)
47. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Piano And Rhodes) (5:01)
48. Owl Cave (2:57)
49. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music-Danger Theme) (2:36)
50. Half Speed Orchestra 2 (Dark Forces) (2:01)
51. Half Speed Orchestra 3 (Windom Earle’s Motif) (1:42)
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52. Slow Speed Orchestra 1 (24 Hours) (8:12)
53. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease MotifThe Woods) (3:28)
54. Slow Speed Orchestra 3 (Black Lodge Rumble) (6:52)
55. James Visits Laura (1:32)
56. Harold’s Theme (Josie’s Past) (4:45)
57. Harold’s Theme (The Living Novel) (3:27)
58. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Ethereal Pad Version) (1:10)
59. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Ghost Version) (1:49)
60. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Letter From Harold) (1:36)
61. Dance Of The Dream Man (Solo Sax) (3:19)
62. Solo Percussion 1 (3:40)
63. Solo Percussion 2 (Grady’s Waltz) (1:43)
64. Solo Percussion 3 (2:32)
65. Audrey’s Dance (Percussion And Clarinets) (5:19)
66. Northwest Gulch (3:06)
67. Dance Of The Dream Man (Drums And Bass) (3:39)
68. Dance Of The Dream Man (Solo Bass) (2:04)
69. Dance Of The Dream Man (Solo Clarinet) (3:14)
70. Dance Of The Dream Man (Solo Clarinet 2) (3:04)
71. Dance Of The Dream Man (Solo Flute) (3:16)
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72. Just You (Instrumental) (3:36)
73. The Bookhouse Boys (5:13)
74. The Bookhouse Boys (Solo Guitar) (1:09)
75. Earle’s Theme (1:12)
76. Half Speed 5 (Leo’s Theme) (2:59)
77. Hank’s Theme (1:01)
78. Hank’s Theme 2 (0:31)
79. Invitation To Love (Lover’s Dilemma) (2:08)
80. Invitation To Love (Bumper) (0:08)
81. Invitation To Love Theme (0:50)
82. Lana’s Theme (0:57)
83. Horne’s Theme (1:40)
84. Wheeler’s Theme (1:52)
85. Freshly Squeezed (Clarinet) (5:20)
86. Freshly Squeezed (Complete Version) (5:19)
87. Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Solo Bass) (3:19)
88. Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Version) (3:42)
89. Freshly Squeezed (Flute) (5:22)
90. Freshly Squeezed (Mid-Tempo Version) (1:43)
91. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Bass Clarinet) (4:27)
92. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Clarinet) (4:25)
93. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Flute) (4:28)
94. Josie And Jonathan (The Mill Deal) (2:03)
95. The Mill Deal (1:27)
96. The Mill Fire (0:54)
97. Back To Fat Trout (Unease Motif-The Woods) (2:52)
98. Behind The Mask (2:27)
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99. Circumference Of A Circle (11:10)
100. It’s Your Father (3:46)
101. Jacques’ Cabin – The Train Car (4:09)
102. Laura Visits Harold (3:17)
103. Phillip Jeffries (2:09)
104. Teresa’s Autopsy (2:37)
105. Fire Walk With Me (Saxophone) (6:47)
106. Wash Your Hands (3:02)
107. Dark Mood Woods (Studio Version) (9:50)
108. One Eyed Jack’s Parlour Music (2:53)
109. Twin Peaks Christmas Greeting (0:12)
110. Dance of the Dream Man (Fast Soprano Clarinet) (3:40)
111. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Baritone Guitar Punctuation) (4:52)
112. Leo Returns (4:06)
113. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Caroline) (1:13)
114. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Clarinet Bridge) (0:21)
115. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Clarinet Strings Bridge) (0:20)
116. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Dark Synth) (2:15)
117. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Letter from Harold) (1:18)
118. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Piano A) TK1 (1:06)
119. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Piano A) TK2 (1:07)
120. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Piano A) TK3 (1:12)
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121. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Piano A) TK4 (1:13)
122. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Piano B) TK1 (0:55)
123. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Piano B) TK2 (1:33)
124. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Piano Bridge) (0:20)
125. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Solo Piano) (4:12)
126. Laura Palmer’s Theme (Vibraphone) (4:16)
127. Abstract Mood (3:07)
128. Abstract Mood (Slow Speed) (5:00)
129. Slow Speed Orchestra 4 (White Lodge Rumble) (12:12)
130. Audrey’s Prayer (Flute) (1:47)
131. Harold’s Theme (Harpsichord) (0:52)
132. Audrey’s Dance (Clean) (5:15)
133. Audrey’s Dance (Drums and Bass) (5:11)
134. Audrey’s Dance (Solo Rhodes) (5:15)
135. Audrey’s Dance (Synth and Vibraphone) (1:05)
136. Audrey’s Dance (Clean Fast) (3:39)
137. Audrey’s Dance/Dance of the Dream Man (Saxophone) (3:39)
138. Audrey’s Dance/Dance of the Dream Man (Clarinet) (3:36)
139. Audrey’s Dance/Dance of the Dream Man (Flute) (3:38)
140. Sneaky Audrey (Audrey’s Investigation) (1:53)
141. Sneaky Audrey (Solo) (0:50)
142. Sneaky Audrey (Alternate) (1:28)
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143. One Armed Man Theme (Solo Clarinet Improvisation) (4:56)
144. Great Northern Big Band (1:30)
145. Wedding Hymn (0:32)
146. Wedding Song #1 (1:52)
147. Wedding Song #2 (‘Stranger Nights’) (1:12)
148. Wedding Song #3 (Accordian) (1:01)
149. Attack of the Pine Weasel (2:12)
150. Great Northern Piano Tune #4 (2:55)
151. Twin Peaks Theme (Harp) (1:02)
152. Ben’s Battle (1:53)
153. Ben’s Battle (Solo Percussion) (1:53)
154. Ben’s Battle (Solo Flute) (1:39)
155. Ben’s Battle (Solo Trumpet) (0:57)
156. Ben’s Lament (1:37)
157. Half Speed Orchestra 4 (Dugpas) (1:28)
158. Half Speed Orchestra 6 (Bob’s Dance/Back to Missuola) (1:10)
159. Half Speed Orchestra 7 (1:26)
160. The Culmination (4:16)
161. Distant Train (1:35)
162. Laura’s Dark Boogie (Clean) (5:03)
163. The Red Room (5:34)
164. Love Theme (Dark) (2:27)
165. James & Evelyn (3:28)
166. Evelyn’s Mourning (1:20)
167. Evelyn’s Mourning (Extended) (2:20)
168. La Speranza (1:38)
169. Trail Mix (9:27)
170. Dark Intro #1 (2:11)
171. Dark Intro #2 (0:53)
172. Dark Intro #3 (2:13)
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173. Dark Intro #4 (2:15)
174. Dark Intro #5 (2:14)
175. Dark Intro #6 (2:28)
176. The Mill Durge (0:30)
177. Packard’s Theme (2:22)
178. Jean Renault’s Theme (Solo Bass Clarinet) (4:36)
179. One Eyed Jack’s Country (2:37)
180. Dick Tremayne’s Swing (1:47)
181. Llama Country (2:40)
182. ‘Such Stuff as Dreams are Made of’ (0:17)
183. Earle’s Theme (Audrey’s Walk) (0:34)
184. Leo Attacks Bobby (0:39)
185. The Pink Room (Extended Version) (6:44)
186. Half Heart (Solo) (5:28)
187. Dance of the Dream Man (Original) (3:37)
188. Great Northern Piano Tune #2 (Full Version) (2:13)
189. One Armed Man’s Theme & Jean Renault’s Theme (TV Mix) (2:07)
190. Audrey (TV Version) (2:23)
191. Voice of Love (Slow) (4:02)
192. Log Lady Presence (1:03)
193. Love Theme (Light) (1:39)
194. Wheeler’s Theme (TK 2) (1:22)
195. Solo Percussion 4 (1:29)
196. Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Version 2 Clean) *partial (1:31)
197. Solo Percussion (Arbitrary Cymbals) (1:13)
198. You Killed Mike (1:56)
199. Falling into Love Theme (Demo) (2:35)
200. Love Theme Slower and Darker (Demo) (3:25)
201. Slow Cool Jazz (Demo) (5:15)
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202. Chinese Theme (Demo) (1:19)
203. Wide Vibrato Augmented Chords (Demo) (1:26)
204. Night Walk (Demo) (0:34)
205. Low Wide and Beautiful (Demo) (2:08)
206. Wide Vibrato Mood to Falling (Demo) (1:51)
207. Love Theme to Falling (Demo) (1:27)
208. Love Theme Light (Demo) (0:39)
209. Questions in a World of Blue (Demo) (5:22)
210. Love Theme from ‘On The Air’ (Take 4) (1:28)
211. Love Theme from ‘On The Air’ (Slow Jazz Version) (7:09)
212. Love Theme from ‘On The Air’ (Clarinet Strings) (2:25)

28 Comments

  • 1
    Willard
    November 7, 2011 - 09:10 | Permalink

    Search HERE

  • 2
    Steve
    November 7, 2011 - 14:34 | Permalink

    Huge thanks for this — I wasn’t aware that Lynch had released all of this archive material yet. I always thought the music was one of the best parts of the show — almost a character in its own right — so this is great stuff. Thanks again.

  • 3
    Cyrille
    November 7, 2011 - 14:39 | Permalink

    Thank you for sharing this, I have been a Twins Peaks addict since the beginning. Are the owls listening?
    Cheers.
    Grumpy

  • 4
    Winking Tiger
    November 7, 2011 - 16:55 | Permalink

    “Where I come from, the birds sing a happy song, and there is always music in the air.”

    Thanks, Willard!

  • 5
    rus
    November 7, 2011 - 19:09 | Permalink

    Forgot how much I loved this show and this music. Thanks Willard!

  • 6
    buzz baby jesus
    November 7, 2011 - 21:37 | Permalink

    I moved to Wilmington, NC, a couple weeks before “Blue Velvet” opened. I lived in the neighborhood it was filmed. The soundtrack was a fixture at house parties at the time.
    I’ve been a fan of Angelo and David’s collaborations ever since.
    Thanks for supplementing my archive.

  • 7
    jim horan
    November 8, 2011 - 08:21 | Permalink

    great stuff! I remember my future wife and I went to the local theatre here in Boston to see “Fire Walk With Me,” and we were the ONLY two people in the entire place! The sound was thundering loud as it was most likely EQ’ed for a full house of people, so it was fitting when cool tracks like “The Pink Room” came pounding out of the speakers!!! thanks much for these! Jim

  • 8
    JM
    November 8, 2011 - 09:53 | Permalink

    The sound in his movies is really underrated, both soundtracks and effects. Great stuff.

  • 9
    Colin H from Cambridge, Canada
    November 8, 2011 - 11:43 | Permalink

    I didn’t really have a TV in the period this came out and despite being very intrigued by the odd ep I saw at someone else’s place in the era, it had never occurred to me to track it down and see it in the present… until now. Downloading the vid and the music as I type, Thanks W.

    • 10
      Willard
      November 8, 2011 - 11:46 | Permalink

      Perhaps the most amazing thing about Twin Peaks was that it was even on American TV in the first place. We usually swipe our cooler shows from the Brits, but this one was a true homegrown oddity, much like David Lynch himself.

  • 11
    November 8, 2011 - 14:31 | Permalink

    thank you!

  • 12
    November 8, 2011 - 16:34 | Permalink

    Willard:
    Very cool, and thanks.

  • 13
    Colin H from Cambridge, Canada
    November 8, 2011 - 18:24 | Permalink

    a question about Twin Peaks itself; if I download the two TV seasons and the Fire Walk movie, is that everything?

    • 14
      Willard
      November 8, 2011 - 19:59 | Permalink

      The show itself? You’re asking the wrong guy. Only a casual fan, but that sounds right.

  • 15
    Winking Tiger
    November 9, 2011 - 23:35 | Permalink

    To Colin H.:

    That’s everything, except for the European pilot for the TV show, which grafts on a convenient, quickie ending, to make it a tidy TV movie. The footage from this ‘ending’ was actually used on the U.S. show, as dream sequences. It’s interesting as a curio, and is included on the Gold Twin Peaks DVD set (I believe), but it’s the least essential component of the Twin Peaks puzzle…

    • 16
      Willard
      November 10, 2011 - 05:18 | Permalink

      Uh oh, a Peakhead.

  • 17
    Colin H from Cambridge, Canada
    November 10, 2011 - 19:50 | Permalink

    thanks, I downloaded the gold set and the film so I should be covered. Appreciate the intel

    • 18
      tim
      October 4, 2014 - 18:17 | Permalink

      There is a fanedit of Fire Walk With Me that incorporates about an hour of deleted scenes. It is very hard to find…the week it came out it received some press on a major Twin Peaks blog and a lot of the ways that it was being distributed went cold. The author of the fanedit declined to repost it as there was too much attention on it and he didn’t want to bring unwanted attention on the fanedit community (which by the way actually does have a set of ethics about what they do.

  • 19
    July 11, 2012 - 04:00 | Permalink

    Haven’t listened to this for years, thanks for the share.

  • 20
    Vinty
    July 19, 2012 - 01:23 | Permalink

    Thanks for this.I didn’t even know the TP Archives existed!

  • 21
    October 5, 2014 - 21:20 | Permalink

    Twin Peaks Archive #3, media fire says permission denied.

    • 22
      Willard
      October 5, 2014 - 21:38 | Permalink

      It’s working fine, Cheese.

      You ALWAYS have to try MediaFire a few times because they sometimes give false negatives.

  • 23
    October 6, 2014 - 05:22 | Permalink

    6th time is the charm.

  • 24
    Allen B
    October 6, 2014 - 21:05 | Permalink

    It’s back! And I’ve been playing the Archive music all day in celebration. I would have to disagree with one element of your description – cool and detached some of it may come off on its surface, but I’ve always found great depths of emotion in his work – can think of many moments off the top of my head that I’ve been greatly moved by, and it’s confirmed in interviews by the way he talks about how much he loves his characters and what he does for a living. I spent nearly all of August and September happily immersed in the new TP Blu-ray box set, and today’s announcement isn’t icing, it’s a whole new cake.

    • 25
      Willard
      October 6, 2014 - 21:12 | Permalink

      Can’t deny that. Thanks for commenting.

  • 26
    Allen B
    October 6, 2014 - 22:10 | Permalink

    Forgot to mention, in reply to the discussion directly above, the box set I mentioned includes 90 minutes of those deleted scenes from FWWM, and the vast majority of them are seriously worth your time.

  • 28
    Todd
    October 6, 2014 - 22:35 | Permalink

    Goin’ back to the Black Lodge…
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/06/twin-peaks-showtime_n_5939736.html

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