Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me soundtrack to be reissued

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The soundtrack to Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me is set to be reissued in January by The Death Waltz Recording Company.

The 1992 prequel film retraces the last week in the life of Laura Palmer. Like the original Twin Peaks series, the film featured original music by Angelo Badalamenti and singer Julee Cruise.

According to The Vinyl Factory, the reissue will feature liner notes from film critic Mark Kermode.

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The soundtrack for the series is also being reissued by Mondo on “damn fine coffee”-coloured vinyl, accompanied by lyrics and linear notes from Badalamenti.

A brand new series of Twin Peaks will air on Showtime later this year.

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