The Twin Peaks Original Score Is Getting a Special Vinyl Release

Andrew LaSane
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The score for the cult classic television show Twin Peaks was first released in 1990, but thanks to a rabid fan base, the soundtrack is as relevant as ever—and is set to be reissued on vinyl. The special release is from Death Waltz Recording Company and available through Mondotees, Nerdist reports.

According to the Mondo blog post announcing the details of the release, the team had new masters of the original Angelo Badalamenti score cut with help from the Warner archives. Spiffy new lacquers and 180 gram coffee-colored vinyl help complete the look within, but the style doesn't stop there. For the packaging, the team enlisted artist Sam Smith to do the cover, and had Jay Shaw create a die-cut outer jacket, both of which got the stamp of approval from Badalamenti and the show's co-creator, David Lynch.

The vinyl goes on sale today (August 10) at 12 p.m. CST and will retail for $23 on

[h/t Nerdist]

All images via Mondo Tees.

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