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Album Review

An astonishing, peerless masterpiece, the soundtrack to David Lynch's debut labor of love creates a world of haunting mechanics and sexual distress in such a bizarre layer of sonic fog that any record collection is simply poorer without it. The enormity of the aural experimentation is extraordinary. With renowned sound designer Alan Splet, Lynch developed any technique he could conjure up — from recording with pieces of glass tubing, pneumatic engines, or water-based pieces of machinery — to produce sounds never heard before (or since) in any medium. Pieces of Fats Waller filter in through the unsettling haze. The sounds of the unimaginably horrific baby are nothing less than ghastly. Few directors could have realized such a potent vision only a first time out. Disturbing, haunting, and — decades later — still one of the most compelling sonic creations in the history of film.

Customer Reviews

Great atmosphere.

I used to have the first CD release of this. I loved playing it as background noise when i would be reading & to go to sleep to. I know, weird. But thats what i like.

Can't beat the classics

The movie was great and so was this album. The songs are well written and are good to listen at night. Enjoy!

best Halloween music ever

It's quite amazing and really the sound is the star of the film as much as anything is. But, I can't imagine listening to this much other than on Halloween... for which it is awesome. Best Halloween music ever.


Genre: Drama

In addition to his prodigious careers as a director, writer, producer, sound designer, and carpenter (to name a few), David Lynch also stretched his artistic reach to music. He collaborated heavily with his go-to composer Angelo Badalamenti on the scores and soundtracks to his projects, including the music for Blue Velvet, 1990's iconic Twin Peaks soundtrack, and Mulholland Drive. He also collaborated, with and without Badalamenti, on pop albums such as Julee Cruise's Floating into the Night (which...
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