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    Twin Peaks Soundtrack news

    CD on eBay for sale already


    (pre)ordered the vinyl here

    edit: and the coloured vinyl somewhere else
    Last edited by witte; 09-09-2017 at 07:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouOftenForget View Post
    The clothing brand Mishka did a tour shirt for The Nine Inch Nails

    https://shop.mishkanyc.com/item/53832
    If it was a Tee and not quite as fugly, I'd be all over it.

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    I'm cool with the back but the front just is too busy, like how many references can we cram in this area? lol which makes it look like a run of the mill bootleg shirt vs the usual relatively minimal nin tour designs we get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouOftenForget View Post
    I'm cool with the back but the front just is too busy, like how many references can we cram in this area? lol which makes it look like a run of the mill bootleg shirt vs the usual relatively minimal nin tour designs we get.
    Bootleg swag, that's exactly what it is. As a curio, it's mildly interesting. But it's clear they exercised minimal judgement as far as the design is concerned, because the whole front (and even the back) are a jumbled mess.

    And those sleeves. lol who tf came up with that idea..?

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    A colored vinyl for this 2LP ? I cannot find it mentioned anywhere

    Quote Originally Posted by witte View Post
    Twin Peaks Soundtrack news

    CD on eBay for sale already


    (pre)ordered the vinyl here

    edit: and the coloured vinyl somewhere else

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuenthez View Post
    A colored vinyl for this 2LP ? I cannot find it mentioned anywhere
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    While purely speculative and coincidental, ever notice how so many post-1991 NIN/Trent lyrics seemingly reference the events of Twin Peaks? If we're going to assume SGA -- or NTAE in general -- was influenced by TP, it's worth looking even deeper, just for funsies:

    26 years, on my way to hell..

    I've come all this fucking way, to wind up back at the start..

    Still remain, the things we couldn't kill..
    In your eyes, I can see it still..

    You can live in this illusion, you can choose to believe..
    You keep looking but you can't find the woods, while you're hiding in the trees..

    If I could take it all back, some way some how..
    If I knew back then, what I know right now..

    Remember me? I'm still here..
    At least I think I am..
    Waiting for something to happen..
    And I can't seem to wake up..

    The fool's devotion, swallowed up in empty space..

    The lyrical entirety of This Is Not The Place could also be alluding to the events of TP.

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    Copped the tee version. Thought this color scheme worked a lot better https://shop.mishkanyc.com/item/53893

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    Quote Originally Posted by T33th View Post
    Copped the tee version. Thought this color scheme worked a lot better https://shop.mishkanyc.com/item/53893
    Nice. If that drops to $25 like a lot of their tees, I'm definitely buying.

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    I apologize if this has been asked already but is the mix of "She's Gone Away" on the soundtrack the same as it is on the EP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by onthewall2983 View Post
    I apologize if this has been asked already but is the mix of "She's Gone Away" on the soundtrack the same as it is on the EP?
    it seems to be exactly the same. i didn't notice any difference when i listened to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onthewall2983 View Post
    I apologize if this has been asked already but is the mix of "She's Gone Away" on the soundtrack the same as it is on the EP?
    When I first heard it on Part 8, the drum track seems to be more visceral and "live" sounding. Maybe just a result of hearing the music with the visual aide of seeing the band "perform" the song had jaded me.

    I'm still digesting Season 3, but I have plans to go back and rewatch them all.
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    Technically wouldn't it qualify as a different mix since it's in 5.1?

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    There's no difference on the soundtrack, and the only difference in the episode is that the ending has been shortened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frozen Beach View Post
    Technically wouldn't it qualify as a different mix since it's in 5.1?
    As far as the cut on the soundtrack, it's the same mix (Alan Moulder and Atticus Ross) with a different final master (Tom Baker vs. Mike Bozzi).

    The highs are slightly recessed, giving the song a deeper/more cavernous pallette overall. It's slight (think comparing headphones), but is more noticeable at louder volumes. I'll cut my description there.

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