Angelo Badalamenti ‎– Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Red / Black Marbled [Cherry Pie]

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A1 Theme From Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me
A2 The Pine Float
A3 Sycamore Trees
Vocals – Jimmy ScottWritten-By [Lyrics] – David LynchWritten-By [Music] – Angelo Badalamenti
B4 Don't Do Anything (I Wouldn't Do)
B5 A Real Indication
Vocals – Angelo BadalamentiWritten-By [Lyrics] – David LynchWritten-By [Music] – Angelo Badalamenti
C6 Questions In A World Of Blue
Vocals – Julee CruiseWritten-By [Lyrics] – David LynchWritten-By [Music] – Angelo Badalamenti
C7 The Pink Room
C8 The Black Dog Runs At Night
Vocals – Angelo Badalamenti
C9 Best Friends
D10 Moving Through Time
D11 Montage From Twin Peaks - Girl Talk / Birds In Hell / Laura Palmer's Theme / Falling
D12 The Voice Of Love

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• 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 and Other Identifiers

  • 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.


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May 24, 2019

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.


December 31, 2018

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.


November 10, 2018
edited 11 months ago
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.


February 27, 2018
Top packaging but copy sounds like shit : a reissue to avoid.


September 17, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
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?!


August 3, 2017
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.


July 17, 2017
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.


June 17, 2017

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!


June 1, 2017

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!


May 31, 2017

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.....