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    Dick Laurent is dead . . .

    And "Driver Down" is severely underrated.

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    Apparently you can't have those two guys collaborating without epilepsy-triggering results.

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    wish trent used more sax on stuff. that whole song is incredible.

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    The soundtrack is a fucking masterpiece, as is the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggroculture View Post
    The soundtrack is a fucking masterpiece, as is the movie.
    I re-watched the movie last year and I think it's a pretty underrated gem in the Lynch catalog. I feel like because a lot of techniques got re-used in the (superior) Mullholland Drive, it's sort of been forgotten, but on re-watch, I found it way more thematically interesting

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    I feel that Lost Highway is superior - it's my favourite Lynch film by a country mile.
    Mulholland Drive always seemed disjointed to me: it is, after all, a pilot for a TV show that never happened.

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    Between Driver Down and TPD Trent had some really cool musical ideas at the time. DD is one of my all-time favorites.

    I feel like if 1997 had somehow resulted in a new NIN album there would be world peace.

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