SubOptimal Credits
IMDB AR ought to read "is a soundtrack for the first season of the TV show with an IMDb page"
Mastered at Masterdisc
Mixed at Excalibur Sound: Tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10
Mixed at Hit Factory: Tracks 4, 7, 11
Non-composition "written by" credit for Tracks 1, 4, 7, 11: David Lynch & Angelo Badalamenti
Recorded at Excalibur Sound
Soundtrack Album Coordination: AGM Management & Tony Meilandt
Thanks Expressed to: Art Pohlemus, Julee Cruise, Kevin Laffey, Mark Frost, Paula K. Shimatsu-U, Tom Recchion, Tony Meilandt

The laserdisc release of this soundtrack played the soundtrack over silent video footage shot by a Japanese TV crew visiting Snoqualmie, WA, USA. Instead of "Soundtrack from" across the top of the liner, it has the same liner image, but with "Visual Soundtrack" (in English) across the top. It was in 2.0 stereo, encoded in NTSC format, and originally retailed for 4369¥.

Annotation last modified on 2007-11-19 18:35 .


12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 Twin Peaks Theme
4.5 5:07
A2 Laura Palmer's Theme
4 4:52
A3 Audrey's Dance
4 5:18
A4 The Nightingale
3 4:56
A5 Freshly Squeezed
3 3:49
A6 The Bookhouse Boys
2 3:30
B1 Into the Night
3 4:44
B2 Night Life in Twin Peaks
2 3:27
B3 Dance of the Dream Man
4.5 3:42
B4 Love Theme From Twin Peaks
3 5:04
B5 Falling
3 5:22


12" Vinyl 1

Angelo Badalamenti (tracks A1–B5)
Angelo Badalamenti (tracks A1–B5)
David Lynch (filmmaker) (tracks A4, B1, B5)
Jay Healy (tracks A4, B1, B5)
Art Polhemus (tracks A1–A3, A5–A6, B2–B4)
Angelo Badalamenti (tracks A1–B4)
Angelo Badalamenti (tracks A1–B5)
David Lynch (filmmaker) (tracks A1–B5)
recording engineer:
Art Polhemus (tracks A1–B5)
Julee Cruise (tracks A4, B1, B5)
Anlon Music Co. (tracks A1–A2)
Bobkind Music Inc. (tracks A1–A2)
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (track B5)
MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group) (1989) (track A4)
Songs of Universal, Inc. (1989) (track A4)
Universal MCA Music Publishing (US film music publisher) (1989) (track A4)
mixed at:
Excalibur Sound Productions in New York, New York, United States (tracks A1–A3, A5–A6, B2–B4)
recorded at:
sampled by:
Falling by Bastille feat. Ralph of ‘To Kill a King’ (track B5)
Freed From Failure by Iperyt (track B1)
Go by Moby (track A2)
Go by Moby (track A2)
Go (Jam & Spoon dub) (part of a “Chilled Euphoria” DJ‐mix) by Moby (track A2)
Go (Woodtick mix) by Moby (track A2)
Go! (Woodtick mix) by Moby (track A2)
later versions:
Falling (Twin Peaks theme song) (track A1)
part of:
Twin Peaks (original soundtrack of the TV series) (tracks A1–B5)
recording of:
Audrey’s Dance (Twin Peaks) (track A3)
Dance of the Dream Man (Twin Peaks) (track B3)
Falling (Twin Peaks theme song) (track B5)
Freshly Squeezed (Twin Peaks) (track A5)
Into the Night (Twin Peaks) (track B1)
Laura Palmer’s Theme (Twin Peaks) (track A2)
Love Theme from Twin Peaks (not the main theme) (track B4)
Night Life in Twin Peaks (Twin Peaks) (track B2)
The Bookhouse Boys (Twin Peaks) (track A6)
The Nightingale (Twin Peaks) (track A4)
version of: