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Twin Peaks Fans Can Feast On 10 Hours Of Music Ahead Of Cast’s Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere on July 11, 2018

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Fans of Twin Peaks can prepare for the upcoming Australian Q&A tour with the cast with 10 hours of music from the show, previously unreleased as full versions.

David Lynch and score composer Angelo Badalamenti have made 212 tracks featuring 10 hours of score from the show available as a single download for $9.90 (or roughly 5c per track).

The tracks come from the 2011 and 2012 show seasons as well as the prequel film. None of the tracks were included on the previously released ‘Music From Twin Peaks’, ‘Twin Peaks Season Two Music and More’ and ‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me’ soundtracks.

The downloads come with production stills and cover designs by Ross Dudle.

Lynch and Badalamenti say they have no plans to officially release the music as a physical album. The files are available as MP3 (320 kbps) or Apple Lossless format.

Grab it here

David Williams will present the cast of Twin Peaks in Australia In Conversation from August 25.

Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer), Kimmy Robertson (Lucy Moran), Michael Horse (Deputy Hawk), Al Strobel (Phillip Gerard), Dana Ashbrook (Bobby Briggs) and Sabrina S. Sutherland (Production Co-ordinator Season 2) will talk about the show in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Sydney and Perth


MELBOURNE – Palais Theatre – Saturday August 25
BRISBANE – Eatons Hill – Sunday August 26
ADELAIDE – Thebarton Theatre – Wednesday August 29
SYDNEY – International Convention Centre – Saturday September 1
PERTH – Astor Theatre – Sunday September 2


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