Twin Peaks soundtracks to receive vinyl reissues, coffee, cherry pie, logs, sawmills, horses, giants

Twin Peaks soundtracks to receive vinyl reissues, coffee, cherry pie, logs, sawmills, horses, giants

Like certain individuals in the soul-obliterating Black Lodge, the vinyl soundtracks of David Lynch’s TV series Twin Peaks and follow-up film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me have been stuck in limbo for a good 20 years. Neither have been available since their original releases in 1990 and 1992, respectively, perhaps because they’re being milked for their sweet, sweet Garmonbozia. But soon, their soul torture shall be over, as The Vinyl Factory reports that Death Waltz Recording Company will be reissuing the pair later this year. No release date has been set, though you may be able to derive the date of release by throwing a series of rocks into the woods.

Referencing the dietary habits of a one Mr. Dale Cooper, the Twin Peaks soundtrack will be printed on cherry-colored vinyl, while the Fire Walks With Me soundtrack will be coffee-colored. Variations in different colors such as “log” or “crazy-Black-Lodge-floor” have not been announced and will likely never be announced, but if anyone from Death Waltz is reading this, think about it. The company has not yet released the cover art for the records, though they do say that the covers are finished and have been approved by David Lynch. You can always (?) trust David Lynch.

• Death Waltz: http://deathwaltzrecordingcompany.com

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