Angelo BadalamentiTwin Peaks

Label:Death Waltz Recording Company – DW50
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Brown Marbled [Damn Fine Coffee], 180g
Country:USA & Canada
Genre:Electronic, Jazz, Stage & Screen
Style:Soundtrack, Score, Ambient


A1Twin Peaks Theme
A2Laura Palmer's Theme
A3Audrey's Dance
A4The Nightingale
A5Freshly Squeezed
B6The Bookhouse Boys
B7Into The Night
B8Night Life In Twin Peaks
B9Dance Of The Dream Man
B10Love Theme From Twin Peaks

Companies, etc.



Director approved artwork, on 180 gram damn fine coffee colour vinyl with a 425 gram gatefold sleeve housed inside a bespoke white die-cut outer jacket with white spot varnish finish, complete with obi.

The reissue is missing the obi and has an additional catalogue number.

Tracks listed sequentially on gatefold jacket and center labels.

Tracks A4, B7, B11 also available on the Warner Bros. album "Floating Into The Night".
All songs © 1989.
© & ℗ 1990 & 2016 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
© Death Waltz Records.
Recorded and mixed at Excalibur Sound. Except tracks A4, B7 & B11 mixed at The Hit Factory.
Originally mastered at Masterdisk.

All music published by Anlon Music Co. (ASCAP) / Bobkind Music (ASCAP). Anlon Music Co. and Bobkind Music are administered worldwide by Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP).

Available directly from Mondotees website beginning on August 10, 2016, and in retail stores worldwide on September 9, 2016.

A different Rainbo Records ID has been scratched out in runout of side B.
The original numbers are unreadable, see picture.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Obi, text and scanned): 826853874212
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A): S-96395 Harry I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a plae both wonderful and strange. DW 50 A DC BQS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B): S-96396 S-[scratched out] A2 DW50 B DC PLUSH✓ this must be where pie goes to die.

Other Versions (5 of 138)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Music From Twin Peaks (LP, Album, Stereo)Warner Bros. Records7599-26316-1Europe1990
Music From Twin Peaks (CD, Album)Warner Bros. Records7599-26316-2Europe1990
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Soundtrack From Twin Peaks (Cassette, Album, SR, Dolby HX Pro, B NR)Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records9 26316-4, 4-26316US1990
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Soundtrack From Twin Peaks (CD, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsCD 26316Canada1990
Soundtrack From Twin Peaks (CD, Album)Warner Bros. Records9 26316-2US1990
  • fennis2000's avatar
    This pressing sounds great. I'm not sure what equipment the people complaining are listening on.
    • BoringPostcards's avatar
      A gorgeous album, well-presented. Bought mine in 2022 and it sounds like a dream.
      • jozaozir's avatar
        Edited 5 months ago
        This album is the reason I discovered Discogs - this pressing is so terribly bad it's almost shocking. I don't typically get hung up on pop, clicks and surface noise but wow is it awful. A pity since the packaging is so gorgeous. I got a standard black pressing of the record and inserted it into this sleeve - that was my solution to this.
        • jphrase's avatar
          I bought this particular pressing new when it was first released. It did arrive with a slight warp but plays through quietly. I guess I was one of the lucky ones.
          • lesliedugger's avatar
            Instead of this, just buy Julee Cruise's album. . . .
            • Adam_A's avatar
              Sadly I have to echo everyone else here. Lots of pops throughout. My copy even came a bit warped. Very poor quality control. Of course, the soundtrack is excellent. But it deserved a much better modern treatment. If I hadn't found it on sale for $20, I never would have bought it.
              • skiver's avatar
                It's ironic that this was "Lacquer Cut at – Better Quality Sound" as it sounds awful throughout both sides. Beautiful soundtrack and artwork, but absolutely awful pressing.
                • wmtsbrad's avatar
                  This is hands down one of the worst pressings in my whole collection. Noisier than a beat up record from the thrift store. This is honestly inexcusable. What good is incredible packaging if the record sounds like absolute garbage. Mondo get it together!
                  • sevinup07's avatar
                    As others have said, lots of extra popping and crackling on this one. I don't mind it too much, still a fantastic release, but it's worth noting.
                    • ajfstrom's avatar
                      I’ve never felt compelled to make a review before, but this pressing has LOTS of pops and clicks, extremely audible. The art and cover and all is incredible, but seriously lacking in the quality department :( wish I got a different version of this incredible score



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