The soundtrack is great, but Bobby Vinton's "Blue Velvet" was not included. Fans of the opening sequence may want to reconsider. All you're going to get is the version sung by Isabella - who butchered it. She can act, but she can't sing. Though, Badalamenti's adaptation of the song is nice. The standouts: Doggett Trio, Love Letters, Mysteries of Love, Aakron Meets the Blues. NOTE: If you want to invest in "Bobby Vinton's Greatest Hits" for Blue Velvet, adjust the balance clockwise to about eight to make the vocal harmonies sound distant as Lynch did. The song was also originially recorded in B-Flat, and Lynch speeded the pitch control to the key of B, which actually sounds better. Just be warned: the song "Blue Velvet" is NOT on the soundtrack.