18 Songs, 1 Hour, 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For the devastating third season of Twin Peaks, David Lynch knew he needed take the show's sound further while still honoring its incredible original music (“Twin Peaks Theme,” “Audrey’s Dance”). The synthy drones of moody new compositions by Angelo Badalamenti, like “Dark Space Low” and “Night,” give a sense of the show’s melancholic and mysterious themes.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For the devastating third season of Twin Peaks, David Lynch knew he needed take the show's sound further while still honoring its incredible original music (“Twin Peaks Theme,” “Audrey’s Dance”). The synthy drones of moody new compositions by Angelo Badalamenti, like “Dark Space Low” and “Night,” give a sense of the show’s melancholic and mysterious themes.

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4:13
4:49
3:13
1:40
3:53
5:42
4:31
4:33
9:30
2:06
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3:14
2:44
2:44
4:10
5:28
2:15

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

15 Ratings

15 Ratings

"Heartbreaking"

despaina

Absolutely beautiful

Blissful Beauty/Aw(e)ful Beauty

John M.W.

We exist in duality, but it's just a dream if we discover The One.
'Twin Peaks: The Return' is incredible, and this music is The Perfect Accompaniment. Beyond Dreamy.

Not enough music

Thrizzzy

I could not help but be disappointed by The Return's sparing use of score throughout the series. I understand that Lynch was more interested in exploring the soundscape on a deeper level with electricity cracking and humming, but so many scenes that went silent would have benefitted greatly from the hours of Badalamenti's classic scoring. Having said that, now I am going to complain that this album contains too many old tracks that I already own. The new tracks that Badalamenti did record for this series are fine bits of atmospheric synth work, but I missed the jazzy exuberance of his original series and FWWM scores.