180 Gram Vinyl Record
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180-gram gatefold double LP with die cut jacket
Original score on limited edition marbled red vinyl
"Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me," released in 1992, is the controversial prequel to David Lynch's groundbreaking television series. "Fire Walk" covers the last seven days in the life of Laura Palmer, leading up to her murder (which the first half of the television series revolves around solving) and dovetailing right into the pilot for the TV show.
Death Waltz Recording Company is thrilled to announce its release of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me on vinyl for the 25th anniversary of David Lynch's nightmarish cinematic continuation of the beloved television series. The vinyl features Angelo Badalamenti's gorgeous, eerie score with audio approved by the composer, and director David Lynch-approved artwork by Sam Smith and packaging by Jay Shaw.
As the television series told us, Laura Palmer, once again played by actress Sheryl Lee, is a popular high school girl, who is seeing two boys at once, football star Bobby Briggs and broody biker James Hurley, and while her best friend Donna thinks that's her biggest secret, she's been hiding a much bigger one for years — systemic sexual abuse from a demonic figure called BOB, ever since the age of 12. She uses drugs and sex to cope with her abuse from BOB, but things get worse when she finally unravels BOB's true identity, and discovers it to be her own father, pillar of the community Leland Palmer, played by Ray Wise. Realizing the horror of her own situation at last, and knowing BOB wants to possess her in the same way he's used her father, she chooses to let him kill her rather than continue the cycle of abuse.
|1. Theme From Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me|
|2. The Pine Float|
|3. Sycamore Trees|
|4. Don't Do Anything (I Wouldn't Do)|
|5. A Real Indication|
|6. Questions In A World Of Blue|
|7. The Pink Room|
|8. The Black Dog Runs At Night|
|9. Best Friends|
|10. Moving Through Time|
|11. Montage From Twin Peaks - Girl Talk / Birds In Hell / Laura Palmer's Theme / Falling|
|12. The Voice Of Love|