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Angelo Badalamenti
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
25 Jan 2017
Death Waltz Recording Company
Soundtrack, Abstract, Smooth Jazz, Ambient, Score
MP3 archive size:
1040 mb
FLAC archive size:
2809 mb


1The Voice Of Love
2The Pink Room
3Theme From Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me
4Best Friends
5Sycamore Trees
Vocals – Jimmy ScottWritten-By [Lyrics] – David LynchWritten-By [Music] – Angelo Badalamenti
6A Real Indication
Vocals – Angelo BadalamentiWritten-By [Lyrics] – David LynchWritten-By [Music] – Angelo Badalamenti
7The Black Dog Runs At Night
Vocals – Angelo Badalamenti
8Don't Do Anything (I Wouldn't Do)
9Moving Through Time
10The Pine Float
11Questions In A World Of Blue
Vocals – Julee CruiseWritten-By [Lyrics] – David LynchWritten-By [Music] – Angelo Badalamenti
12Montage From Twin Peaks - Girl Talk / Birds In Hell / Laura Palmer's Theme / Falling


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
9362-45019-2Angelo Badalamenti Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album)Warner Bros. Records9362-45019-2Europe1992
9362-45019-2Angelo Badalamenti Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me ‎(CD, Album, RP)Warner Bros. Records9362-45019-2EuropeUnknown
9362-45019-2Angelo Badalamenti Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)Warner Bros. Records 9362-45019-2Unknown
24 50194Angelo Badalamenti Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack: Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me ‎(Cass, Album)Warner Bros. Records24 50194Canada1992
WPCP-4919Angelo Badalamenti Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me ‎(CD, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWPCP-4919Japan1992


  • A&RKevin Laffey
  • Acoustic BassBuster Williams, Ron Carter, Rufus Reid
  • Arranged By, Orchestrated ByAngelo Badalamenti (tracks: A1 to C6, C8, D10 to D12), David Lynch (tracks: B5, C7 to C9), David Slusser (tracks: C9)
  • ArtworkSam Smith
  • BassDon Falzone, William Fairbanks
  • Composed By, Orchestrated ByAngelo Badalamenti, David Lynch, David Slusser
  • DrumsBrian Kirk, Donald Bailey, Grady Tate, Steven Hodges
  • Electric Bass, Bass GuitarVinnie Bell
  • GuitarBob Rose, David Jaurequi, Myles Boisen
  • KeyboardsAndy Armer, David Slusser, Kinny Landrum
  • Keyboards, Synthesizer [Synthesisers], PianoAngelo Badalamenti
  • Lacquer Cut ByDC
  • LayoutJay Shaw
  • Lyrics ByDavid Lynch
  • Mastered By [Engineered For Vinyl By]Tal Miller
  • Mastered By [Originally Mastered By]Ted Jenson
  • PercussionDavid Lynch
  • PianoBill Mays, Ken-Ichi Shimazu
  • ProducerAngelo Badalamenti, David Lynch
  • Recorded ByArt Pohlemus (tracks: A1 to C6, C8, D10 to D12), David Bianco (tracks: C7), Michael Semanick (tracks: C9)
  • SaxophoneAlvin Flythe, Jr.
  • Sleeve NotesMark Kermode
  • Tenor SaxophoneAl Regni
  • TrumpetJim Hines
  • VibraphoneDavid Cooper
  • Vibraphone [Vibes]Jay Hoggard


• Director approved artwork
• Composer approved audio
• 425gsm Gatefold sleeve housed inside a bespoke black die cut outer jacket with black spot varnish finish, complete with obi strip.

℗ & © 1992 & 2016 Warner Bros. Records Inc. Produced under license from Warner Bros. Records Inc. © Death Waltz Records. Manufactured by Rhino Entertainment Company, A Warner Music Group Company. Made in the U.S.A. Marketed by Death Waltz Records

Recorded at Excalibur Sound by Art Pohlemus except 'The Pink Room' recorded at Capitol Recording by David Bianco
"Best Friends" recorded at Fantasy Studios by Michael Semanick
Originally mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC

Tracks listed in sequential order on inner jacket and center labels.
Track B4 incorrectly listed as Don't Do Anything (I Woudn't Do) on both back cover and label.
Track C8 incorrectly listed as The Black Dog Run At Night on label.
Tracks B5 and C8 credited to Thought Gang on the original 1992 release.
Typo on sleeve (gatefold inner and back): Anlon Music Co. and Bobkind Music are administered worldwide by Univerisal Music Corp. (ASCAP)


  • Barcode (Text): 8 268538 741136 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 8268538741136
  • Matrix / Runout (Side-A, etched): S-96397 A2 DW51A Dc Plu✓ Let's test it for the record. Will the next victim be a man or a woman?
  • Matrix / Runout (Side-B, etched): S-96398 DW51B If I had a nickel for every cigarette your mom smoked, I'd be dead.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side-C, etched): S-96399 DW51C Do you know who I am? I am the arm and I sound like this...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side-D, etched): S-96400 DW51D Dc Plu✓ My vision ended and I awoke with a tremendous feeling of optimism and confidence in you and your future.


  • Remastered At – Warner Archives
  • Lacquer Cut At – Plush Vinyl
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-96397
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-96398
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-96399
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-96400
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Licensed From – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Death Waltz Recording Company
  • Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Marketed By – Death Waltz Recording Company
  • Recorded At – Excalibur Sound Productions
  • Recorded At – Capitol Studios
  • Recorded At – Fantasy Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Published By – Anlon Music Co.
  • Published By – Bobkind Music



Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me - Soundtrack - Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The soundtrack for the film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me was composed by Angelo Badalamenti and released on August 7, 1992, by Warner Bros. Andy Armer keyboard track 7. Angelo Badalamenti keyboard tracks 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 11, 12 vocals, piano, synthesizer track 5, 8. Donald Bailey drums track 9. Angelo Badalamenti. Theme From Twin Peaks-Fire Walk With Me. The Pine Float - Продолжительность: 4:04 Angelo. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2017 Red, Black Marbled Vinyl от Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me на Badalamenti - Theme From Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me. Angelo Badalamenti - The Pine Float. Angelo Badalamenti - Sycamore Trees Vocal By . Twin Peaks - OST, Твин Пикс - Саундтрек. Jazz Lounge OST. Angelo Badalamenti, David Lynch. Twin Peaks: Season Two Music And More - OST, Твин Пикс: Второй Сезон - Саундтрек. Instrumental OST. Twin Peaks Archive Part 3, Архив Твин Пикс Часть 3 - Саундтрек. Ambient Instrumental OST. Listen free to Angelo Badalamenti Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me Theme From Twin Peaks-Fire Walk With Me, The Pine Float and more. 12 tracks 56:09. Play album. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me is a 1992 psychological horror film directed by David Lynch and written by Lynch and Robert Engels. It serves as a prequel and sequel to the television series Twin Peaks 19901991, created by Mark Frost and Lynch, who were also executive producers. The film revolves around the investigation into the murder of Teresa Banks Pamela Gidley and the last seven days in the life of Laura Palmer Sheryl Lee, a popular high. Composer Angelo Badalamenti, who wrote the music for the television series for which this movie served as a prequel, presents another low-key score mixing after-midnight jazz with ambient sounds, never taken at more than a medium tempo. The mood is dark and languid, appropriate to the unusual tone of the TV show and movie. Soundtrack From Twin Peaks by Angelo Badalamenti Audio CD . Only 2 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by . Twin Peaks: Season Two Music And More by Angelo Badalamenti Audio CD . Only 5 left in stock - order soon. The music for Fire Walk with Me, David Lynch's brooding feature film follow-up to the groundbreaking TV series Twin Peaks, again uses the talents of Angelo Badalamenti to create a chilling backdrop to Lynch's dark psychosexual thriller. Film noir is once again the touchstone for this perfectly pitched score, and these 10 tracks stand repeated listening in their own right. Angelo Badalamentis soundtrack for David Lynchs 1992 Twin Peaks film Fire Walk With Me remains as enchanting and evocative as ever, and gets a long overdue vinyl reissue courtesy of Death Waltz. That is to say nothing of his forgotten turn at bouncy country music

  • feel happy to hear this, super terrible. sound is a big differ from original one that I have.

  • What a pain this release has been!!. Got 3 replacements from amazon, ALL WITH ISSUES. All sets arrived with warped records, two with off-center holes so I kept the "best" out of the lot. After cleaning the records sound good, better than their season 1 release. Can't believe Death Waltz have such good packaging and presentation but their pressings suck. Fans shouldn't pay these high prices for shoddy pressings, they should change pressing plants asap!

  • Sounds fantastic, not sure why others are complaining about the release. Either this record is a hit or miss depending on the copy, or the people complaining have poor audio setups. Using a serious HIFI and an extremely efficient pre-amp I hear literally no crackles or pops on my copy.

  • It's hit or miss, they were pressed at Rainbo and they have shoddy quality control. There are a lot of bum copies. The mastering and music itself is wonderful though.

  • Similar to the other Twin Peaks release on Death Waltz, mine sounds acceptable, and the packaging and overall presentation of the release is particularly nice. However, the Warner Bros Records reissue sounds superior, though I am glad to have both and will certainly be holding on to this one.

  • I must have good luck with Death Waltz reissues bc this sounds fantastic to me, w/ the exception of slight crackles that fade into the music easily.

  • Top packaging but copy sounds like shit : a reissue to avoid.

  • i ve got both pressings because the death waltz was first (it is a bad joke to issue a good reprint with the original artwork a couple of month later) and a high end setting and for my ears there are no differences concerning dynamics and mastering etch except the death waltz pressing has lots of side noises which is the problem with so much pressings today. a tip from an boring old fart and graphic designer who buys vinyl since 1979: avoid reprints and always look for original pressings (or reissues from the 80s) to get less surface noises (even if VG+ with surface marks!) and which is also important: get the proper artwork with sharp images and sharp typo which so much reprint releases today lack of with their shitty bootleg feel... and where does that stupid 180 gr dogma came from?!

  • So true. There's also the "180 gram" sales trick but there are records from the 70's that are almost flexidisc thin that still play a lot better than the reissues of today.

  • Last time i've purchased from Death Waltz it was Twin Peaks but the original soundtrack to the TV show. Horrible. I had to replace it and second copy was not "all that". Now Rhino has reissued both soundtracks and they're fantastic (and cheap). Go get them and avoid this one.

  • The music itself sounds fantastic but as many have mentioned there is an obnoxious amount of surface noise throughout; I'm sure this is largely due to the gimmicky "cherry pie" coloring. It would be great if Death Waltz would put out these releases in standard black vinyl as well, for those of us who care about the music more than fancy packaging.

  • The color has nothing to do with it, it was pressed at Rainbo at they have sloppy quality control. Swathes of their pressings are like this color or not.

  • I guess it's luck but mine sounds absolutely fantastic, a really wonderfully clean pressing. Maybe it's karma after purchasing Mondo's bogus Fountain release!

  • First copy I got was terrible: surface of side A had visible (and audible) marks all over it. Took it back to the store and got another copy, with exactly the same issue. Similar problems have been reported extensively with the soundtrack to the series, but I guess I was lucky when I got my copy. Very bad quality control... Shame!

  • My sounds great too. It was remastered from the original master tapes. From reading the comments here you would expect it to sound awful but it sounds perfect. Maybe people have poor audio set-ups, shitty needles or bad speakers or they got unlucky with the press. Either way there are many factors when it comes to vinyl. The Rhino repress is not sourced from the original tapes so I have my reservations about that. David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti supposedly worked on this remaster so.....

  • "Maybe people have poor audio set-ups, shitty needles or bad speakers or they got unlucky with the press"....very much the former I reckon !..not denying the bad batch theorem / fact..but I just have a gut feeling by the amount of complaints with new vinyl in general , this must be the case in a lot of respects..

  • From the below reviews, it sounds like I might have gotten lucky. My copy sounds amazing, very beautiful. My only grip is the artwork. The cutout ripped. You have to be EXTREMELY careful taking it out of your collection.

  • My sounds great too. It was remastered from the original master tapes. From reading the comments here you would expect it to sound awful but it sounds perfect. Maybe people have poor audio set-ups, shitty needles or bad speakers or they got unlucky with the press. Either way there are many factors when it comes to vinyl. The Rhino repress is not sourced from the original tapes so I have my reservations about that. David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti supposedly worked on this remaster so.....

  • Do not waste your money on this atrocious Death Waltz pressing. New pressing from Rhino containing original artwork - INFINITELY better and at half the RRP.

  • A gamble like the series soundtrack: sloppy Rainbo pressing, but if you manage to get a good one it's a keeper.

  • Top tip: don't buy anything on Death Waltz - if it still needed to be said - it's a joke label

  • A cokehead-run record label for basic bitches who love aesthetic over quality.

  • A better reissue is coming out in May with the OG cover. Save your money.

  • It's gonna be pressed at a better facility but the only thing that gives me pause is it's a one disc pressing like the first from 1992. Not that it can't sound good still, but DW's decision to cut it all across 2 discs was right on the money cuz it sounds fantastic sloppy copies aside.

  • is the preorder page, (words to fill my post limit)

  • How do you know of this and do you have a link to a pre-order page?

  • Beautiful packaging and vinyl but extremely crackly all the way through both discs. Put this along side the latest pink floyd re issues and you'd think it was a different medium entirely.

  • I'm not buying a copy of this, mainly due to the terrible Twin Peaks release. First copy was warped and unplayable, with the records popping through the inner and outer sleeve. Deathwaltz were great and sent me another copy. However, this also had a slight warp and the sound quality is terrible. I won't be buying anything else from Death Waltz. An overrated and undercaring label.

  • over priced gimmicks, coloured swirl all they want. got to play it in store before buying it. shame.

  • Maybe it's pure luck, but my copy plays absolutely perfect. No background noise, no crackles and pops, just pure listening pleasure. Wish I could say the same about the TP soundtrack on coffee colored vinyl.

  • Crackle, pop, crackle. Anyway I didn't expect anything else after the first Twin Peaks-Death Waltz-Reissue-desaster. So glad I own the original - just bought this to keep the original issue for special moments.

  • The sloppiness! "Don't Do Anything (I Woudn't Do)" on both label and back cover, "The Black Dog Run At Night" on the label. How can you pull off such an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime project any fan would kill for to do and then not get an intern to sacrifice 5 minutes of their time to run a spell check? I know it's not the end of the world, but come on.

  • I too suffer from a terrible first disc. Side a is a crackle fest, side B isn't much better. Things improve on the second disc, but I'm going to send this one back as it's unlistenable.

  • I'm going to complain yet again about Mondo/Death Waltz, so many clicks and pops on this gimmicky coloured vinyl and one label pressed off centre, some of the tracks sound murky (particularly side C) which suggests mastering wasn't particularly good. The inner cover has been printed upside down too, laughably inept, does no one at Mondo ever bother to check what they are putting out? It took them 5 years to get it out and they fucked up royally once again, I'm still waiting for them to live up to their "fetishist's eye for detail" claim which their press blurb falsely claims (note also the typo on the side C label). Considering the premium price for this (£35+ in the UK, twice what a regular double album sells for) its a particularly poor performance. Come on Spencer, stop courting the press and your adoring phalanx of fanboys all the time ("I got lucky this time with a perfect copy... just pressed a bit off centre", seriously!?) and listen to your customers and the test pressings for once!

  • An update: Mondo did respond to my complaint and offered to replace all vinyls in my order which I wasn't expecting, I suggest if you are unhappy with the quality of the record you have received that you direct it to them or the place you bought it.

  • Its not Modo/Death waltz to blame for the pressing quality, its Rainbo records - they have a terrible track record with quality control on their pressings.Though Mondo/Death Waltz still choose to use them so yeah, they should get some blame there actually...everything else is kind of strange to have missed (typos, upside down cover etc).

  • I guess i got really lucky with this one...plays perfectly! Clean and crisp sound. B-side is just a little bit of centered that it doesn't matter.

  • Both of the Twin Peaks Mondo LP'S might as well be pressed on Rice Krispies with all the Damn snap crackle & pops! All these defects go beyond surface noise because their in the same spots every time! Even though the mastering is awesome it's ruined by the bad pressings I own albums from the 70's that sound better! These Twin Peaks albums were my first order from Mondo and they will be my last. NEVER AGAIN MONDO!

  • My copy, the first disc is riddled with pops, clicks, and scratches.The 2nd disc is cleaner, but it's pressed way off centre! Listen to the very last track of the album, it sounds quite sickly! :-(

  • So far so good on side A. Very minor noise, if at all. Personally, if I were in charge of the previous pressing, and with all of the problems with that one, I'd be damn sure this one was flawless. Sounds like it isn't for many people. I am curious what people are playing these records with.

  • I have a Technics 1210 MK2 with Denon DL103r cartridge which I only use for new vinyl, this record deserves to be played on the other Technics which has a Trakmaster II cartridge which I use for all the bashed old Jamaican records I listen to, its in the same ballpark for sound quality!

  • With a Technics SL-1200 mk5 and Jelco SA750d tonearm. Ortofon mc3 turbo mountrd. I hear too many ticks and pops for a brand new record.

  • I think they all suffer from the same bad quality pressing. It just depends on how critical the owners are on quality here. Pops and clicks all over, what a shame. I was lookin forward to a great sounding record. Should be no problem for this price. -Edit 11 March: I stand corrected. There Are silent sounding pressings of this release. Just got a new one from Dodax after returning my previous one. Sounds like a dream!!!

  • There are good ones out there, luckily I got one but Death Waltz & Mondo need to step up their game and stop having "boutique audiophile" releases pressed at fuckin' Rainbo. Enoughhhh

  • Man, people love to complain about this one. Mine sounds, looks, feels and tastes absolutely fine. I have 2 different turntable set ups and it plays great on both. If I where to say I had a problem (which I don't) it would be that the packaging is larger than my polybags. Director approved.

  • Did you screenshot the Discogs page man? Lol, and yeah jokes on copies from Mondo always seem to play fine!? P.S. you should try decaf dude.

  • Oh, I forgot that Mondo checks the complain section on bad bro...LMAO

  • My copy sounds pristine.... surface noise wise. But the mastering? Would have been flawless, if it weren't for the resonance being heard on the low end throughout the record!! Especially as heard on "The Black Dog Runs At Night". I don't understand how this passed QC, it's an obvious mastering/dithering issue.

  • Terrible quality pressing, its such a shame as the mastering is excellent. I have had two copy's and sent both back. Lots of surface noise even after a clean on a RCM.

  • My record arrived a couple days ago, plays beautifully - packaging, pressing, aesthetic, all top quality. Sad to hear about some copies having surface noise but worth the risk imo....

  • Must be like a lottery. I lucked out again....supurb in every way, crisp, vibrant and warm. NO surface noise....NADA.....the centre labels are a little ho-hum and slap dash...but i can live with that...

  • I have got this today and the packaging and artwork is absolutely beautiful. However the vinyl has tons of surface noice and pressing flaws (some you can actually see in a strong light and some actually distort the light on the groove). I am sure on a perfect pressing this album sounds incredible (the remaster is stunning) but they need to quality check the vinyl more. For an album that cost me £41.99 in total I expect a lot more care taken to ensure a good quality record. This is one of my favourite albums of all-time and I know every note of it. I hope I get a better copy to replace it. I hope the company addresses these issues as they are clearly happening to a lot of customers.

  • Anybody have a real indication on why they used a Major Briggs quote from episode 8 in the run-out groove?

  • Label misprint for C3: "The Black Dog RUN at Night"

  • Apparently this has a ton of surface noise? Can anyone confirm?

  • No, I think it's just the uncertain nature of what copy you'll get - some are bad, some are good. Mine seems mostly fine barring Side D which is clicking a constantly.

  • My side A is basically unlistenable with all the pops and clicks. Side B is acceptable, but only by comparison to how horrid side A sounds. Ugh.

  • Mine has a ton of surface noise. My copy of the Tv series soundtrack is crisp and clear, however.

  • Yes, my copy of FWWM is riddled with surface noise as soon as the stylus hits the groove. Contacted Mondo. I got lucky with the first Twin Peaks release they did; mine sounds great. Not so lucky this time around.

  • You obviously have a smooth copy. I certainly know the difference between legit music score orchestration and physical surface noise - my copy has surface noise unfortunately.

  • Bought my copy today. Haven't listened to it all. I put side 4 on ( had to listen to 'Moving through time'). There's a constant click through 'The Voice of Love' - very disappointing considering I paid £39 and have been waiting 25 years for this. I'll be returning this but it could be the same with a replacement - if these companies want to ask so much money for a product, they HAVE to get it right!!!

  • It's probably just the sound of the chain on the ride cymbal people are hearing that they are confusing for "surface noise". Sounds sublime to me.

  • There must be some crappie ones out there. Mine sounds great!

  • Extremely happy with my copy! Bought the ticket to the film w/the vinyl. The pressing sounds crisp and clean! Artwork and everything else is a bonus!

  • Hey there,as some people already have a copy from a FWWM screening/vinyl release party: Would you please say something about the pressing / sound quality please? Thank you!

  • Yeah, they did (though it took nearly two weeks). I was also one of the very first to order so I'm not sure why yours wouldn't have shipped yet... Mondo says the time to ship out is typically 3-4 weeks max, so yours should hopefully go out by the 22nd.

  • Did Mondo send a shipping confirmation by chance? I never got one and I was one of the first to order right when it went up. Still haven't gotten mine in the mail yet.

  • Not from the screening, my copy arrived the other day from Mondo. It seems to be an excellent pressing, just like the DW series OST, which I also had ordered - neither have any of the warps, noise, or other assorted problems many have reported. And both sound wonderful, especially FWWM (doing a double LP was a great decision). Very clear, crisp, can't imagine it being much better. I know people like to criticize this kind of pricey reissue with non-original cover art, but if it sounds this good I don't see what the problem is.