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The soundtrack to David Lynch’s Lost Highway to be reissued on vinyl for the first time in 20 years

on October 03, 2016, 5:45pm

Twin Peaks isn’t the only David Lynch project being resurrected these days. Later this fall, the soundtrack to Lynch’s 1997 neo-noir horror film Lost Highway will be reissued on vinyl for the first time in 20 years.

The 23-track collection was produced by none other than Trent Reznor. It featured original music from Barry Adamson and veteran Lynch collaborator and Twin Peaks composer Angelo Badalamenti; Reznor and Nine Inch Nails also penned a pair of songs specifically for the film in “The Perfect Drug” and “Driver Down”. Previously released tracks from the likes of David Bowie, Lou Reed, Marilyn Manson, and Smashing Pumpkins also found a home on the final tracklist.

The Lost Highway soundtrack, which reached No. 7 on the Billboard 200 chart upon its initial release, will be available on limited yellow vinyl beginning November 4th via Music on Vinyl. Pre-orders have already begun.

Below, check out the full tracklist, followed by the original movie trailer.

Lost Highway OST Tracklist:
01. I’m Deranged – David Bowie
02. Videodrones; Questions – Trent Reznor
03. The Perfect Drug – Nine Inch Nails
04. Red Bats with Teeth – Angelo Badalamenti
05. Haunting & Heartbreaking – Angelo Badalamenti
06. Eye – Smashing Pumpkins
07. Dub Driving – Angelo Badalamenti
08. Mr. Eddy’s Theme 1 – Barry Adamson
09. This Magic Moment – Lou Reed
10. Mr. Eddy’s Theme 2 – Barry Adamson
11. Fred & Renee Make Love – Angelo Badalamenti
12. Apple of Sodom – Marilyn Manson
13. Insensatez – Antonio Carlos Jobim
14. Something Wicked This Way Comes – Barry Adamson
15. I Put A Spell on You – Marilyn Manson
16. Fats Revisited – Angelo Badalamenti
17. Fred’s World – Angelo Badalamenti
18. Rammstein – Rammstein
19. Hollywood Sunset – Barry Adamson
20. Heirate Mich – Rammstein
21. Police – Angelo Badalamenti
22. Driver Down – Trent Reznor
23. I’m Deranged (Reprise) – David Bowie