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‘Twin Peaks’ soundtrack to be reissued

The reissue will feature a “damn fine coffee-coloured” vinyl

The soundtrack for David Lynch’s cult television series Twin Peaks is set to be reissued for the first time.

The new vinyl release of composer Angelo Badalamenti’s score has been pressed from recut vinyl masters from the Warner Bros. archives.

The record will come on a “damn fine coffee”-coloured vinyl accompanied by lyrics and linear notes from Badalamenti.

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The reissue’s artwork was reportedly inspired by the tiling of the Black Lodge and was approved by Lynch himself.

Twin Peaks OST will be released on August 10 via Mondo.

Meanwhile, the forthcoming revival of the show is rumoured to be two seasons long.

US cable network Showtime originally commissioned nine new episodes of the cult favourite, but the revival is now expected to run considerably longer.

Lynch announced in April 2015 that he had pulled out of the revival series, but then confirmed the following month that he was back on board to direct the new episodes.

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