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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (Soundtrack)

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FantasticAwesome to have this version and not the crappy Death Waltz version which btw has typo problems. I've been waiting for this a long time5Dark, brooding, and captivating.You will be entranced when you listen to this album. As the soundtrack to the 'prequel' movie of the Twin Peaks series, this album captures perfectly the essence of 'Fire Walk With Me'. It is an extremely dark album, for the most part. No Hannah Montana, no Justin Bieber, this album is much more acid jazz and noir than even the Twin Peaks soundtrack, and it is so god-awfully beautiful that it must be reviewed song-by-song.1) Theme from Twin Peaks FWWM - Drifting. Drifting on the soft ambience, drifting on the sax, drifting on that bass... by the end, you're lost, and in the perfect headspace to proceed deeper into the album.2) The Pine Float - A little more upbeat, here. A little swing, a little jazz, and a lot of sexy piano.3) Sycamore Trees - Hands down, my favorite song of the entire series. The scene in the final episode of the series where you first encounter this song is absolutely amazing, and there's really nothing at all that I can say to encapsulate all that this song is to me. Listen to it. Just... listen to it. Jimmy Scott is amazing. Badalamenti is amazing. This is just perfect. Seriously. Perfect....4) Don't Do ANything (I Wouldn't Do) - Okay first, I need to tell you that it was EXTREMELY hard to move on from that last track. I listened to it at least five times before moving onto this one, and I'm pretty sure I'll listen to it again after this review (God bless good headphones). Anyhow- this track is another great example of Badalamenti's work. Jazzy, understated productions and smoky ambience. A bottle of insanely expensive (or backwater swill) bourbon would go GREAT right about now.5) A Real Indication - Opening like a DJ Krush track a la 'Milight', moving into lyrical spasticism more akin to MC 900 ft. Jesus, this track is a nice surprise.6) Questions in a World of Blue - Alright Cruise, you're breaking my heart already. This song is timeless- and by that I mean it is truly evocative of a situation that we have all felt, at some point or another, and we can all relate to that feeling. Cruise just puts it right out there, heart in a case of crystal.7) The Pink Room - Something about this song is frightening. It just sounds like a bad decision... bad choices made in dirty bathrooms, regret on the floor of a sleazy motel room. A moment in one's life that marks the beginning of the end.8) The Black Dog Runs at Night - Hypnotizing, like a mantra... terrifying, like a creaking floorboard in an old house... creeping, like a slow fog in New England...9) Best Friends - Possibly the least memorable track of the album, yet still wonderful in it's own right. Soft and sweet, but always with a hint of sorrow just underneath.10) Moving Through Time - More beautiful instrumentation, more wistful yearnings.11) Montage from Twin Peaks - As it's name implies, this track is more journey than singular experience- more story than chapter. What's amazing is how the sounds are blended together.12) The Voice of Love - These synths just sound psychotic, and that's not a bad thing. For some reason I have the impression of something being born. Something coming into being. Questions rather than answers. Something... is unfinished.In all, this soundtrack is much more varied than the Twin Peaks soundtrack, and that's definitely not a bad thing at all. I fully enjoy both, and I recommend both for fans and newcomers alike.5Let me start by saying that Angelo Badalamenti is a musical genius.I love his dissonant notes in the Twin Peaks soundtracks, which create a moody, haunting atmosphere. In addition, Badalamenti and Lynch's song, "A Real Indication", debuted as Bobby and Laura resolve an argument at school and he walks away, the song's lyrics resonate with both characters in separate ways. The only song sung by Julee Cruise, the melancholy "Questions In a World of Blue", appears on this album, as well, as well as the Theme song from the film which plays during the opening credits. Various other instrumentals appear including a TP montage, which blend most of Badalamenti's instrumentals from both the show and the film.One weird thing though, and this is not a complaint at all: the song "Sycamore Trees", which appears in the final episode of the 2nd season when Coop first enters the Black Lodge, sung by Jimmy Scott. After all, however, when was David Lynch ever known for NOT being weird?5Beautiful 180g pressing of David Lynch's Audio weirdnessSay what you will about DL's films, people either love them or hate them, or just dont understand them. Twin Peaks tends to always dip a toe into each category. But the man can pull together an eclectic score with his long-time composer Angelo Badalementi. Its Twin Peaks. Come for the pie, stay for the audio halucinations.This dbl album is beautifully pressed in deep red like the drapes in the Black Lodge. Pour yourself a damn fine cup of Joe, grab a slice of cherry pie, and spin these platters in the early evening twilight.Just watch out for your crazy-eyed doppelganger...4HAUNTING JAZZ MUSICThis is so relaxing, haunting, melancholy. I use it as background music to exercise but it's equally good just for relaxing.5Fantastic.This is such a great album. Nothing like you've ever heard. Definitely an acquired taste, but I'm an acquired taste. I've been listening to this for years. Lost my CD, and replaced it with this. Still listen to it. Still love it.5Classic Tracks from the "Twin Peaks" Movie and Television SeriesThis album makes an excellent companion to the "Twin Peaks" television show soundtrack album. Little Jimmy Scott's performance of "Sycamore Trees," from the finale of the series, also appears on this album (I'm not sure why it's on the movie soundtrack, rather than TV show soundtrack) and it is worth the price of the album alone. "Questions in a World of Blue" bu Julee Cruise is another must-have track for "Twin Peaks" fans, and the rest of the album is filled with Angelo Badalamenti's fantastic score, including one track which includes a medley of the iconic music of the show, such as the theme song.5I happily recommend all their music.Five stars for this soundtrack. This recording has a whole host of excellent jazz tunes written by Angelo Badalamenti and played by a truly competent group of musicians. The sounds as I stated have a jazzy feel yet do maintain a dark edge to the music. Totally expected in that respect. The song "A Real Indication" give Badalamenti a shot at delivering David Lynch's lyrics in a spoken form and is an example of Lynch's and Badalamenti's project Thought Gang. There are two songs by Thought Gang on this disc both very interesting. And there is even an appearance by Julee Cruise on the song "Questions In A World Of Blue" very beautiful as is all of Cruise's work. Lynch provides the musical credit for two songs here, pretty cool parting from the album's jazzy feel. And Badalamenti gives another spoken vocal with Though Gang's second offering "The Black Dog Runs At Night" the shortest song on this disc. Badalamenti and Bill Mays really perform some beautiful keyboard work on this recording. I have yet to be disappointed with any album that I've purchased by the main characters involved with this project. I happily recommend all their music.5Likely a Cheap Release, FYICan't believe I didn't see the official release for this soundtrack before I bought this one!I just tried to find the product page to double check the info, but can't find it anywhere of course...So this only has one record so the music has been compressed to fit on two sides, instead of four sides over two records, like the official release. I'm hoping the sound isn't too noticeably bad, but at least this can be a good travel/wear out copy until I get the true release.Sort of disappointed but oh well!3Must have for friends of either lodge...Do you ever find yourself wishing to step back into a small 1990s town in Washington? I got this album as a gift and the red vinyl just takes it over the top. Perfect for an evening at home.5
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (Soundtrack)

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (Soundtrack)

4.2
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