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Lost Highway Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 18 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • Run Time: 134 minutes
  • ASIN: B000001Y33
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,037 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I'm Deranged (Edit) - David Bowie
2. Videodrones; Questions - Trent Reznor
3. The Perfect Drug - Nine Inch Nails
4. Red Bats With Teeth - Angelo Badalamenti
5. Haunting & Heartbreaking - Angelo Badalamenti
6. Eye - The Smashing Pumpkins
7. Dub Driving - Angelo Badalamenti
8. Mr. Eddy's Theme 1 - Barry Adamson
9. This Magic Moment - Lou Reed
10. Mr. Eddy's Theme 2 - Barry Adamson
11. Fred And Renee Make Love - Angelo Badalamenti
12. Apple Of Sodom - Marilyn Manson
13. Insensatez - Antonio Carlos Jobim
14. Something Wicked This Way Comes (Edit) - Barry Adamson
15. I Put A Spell On You - Marilyn Manson
16. Fats Revisited - Angelo Badalamenti
17. Fred's World - Angelo Badalamenti
18. Rammstein (Edit) - Rammstein
19. Hollywood Sunset - Barry Adamson
20. Heirate Mich [Edit] - Rammstein
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Spooky and cool--those two words pretty much sum up this soundtrack for David Lynch's stranger-than-usual movie. It's a mix of hard-edged techno-industrial, slightly spooky jazz, and orchestral compositions from Angelo Badalamenti. David Bowie's "I'm Deranged" is a major highlight, proving once again that he is the coolest man on the planet. Badalamenti's instrumental tracks are reminiscent of Elliot Goldenthal's Interview with the Vampire soundtrack, although "Dub Driving" sounds like an accompaniment to Sam Spade. Sandwiched between a pair of tense city-thriller tracks by Barry Adamson, Lou Reed's rendition of "This Magic Moment" acquires its own disturbing dimension, but the most entertaining track on this CD is, without a doubt, Marilyn Manson's rendition of "I Put a Spell on You." It's not exactly party music, but it's loaded with atmosphere. --Genevieve Williams

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bimwa on April 10 2003
Format: Audio CD
Most film soundtracks these days are either classical scores with a handful of recurring themes, or collections of radio hits (some of which don't even appear in the affiliated movie!). Alongside these 'typical' film soundtracks, Lost Highway is a real breath of fresh air.
Trent Reznor (of Nine Inch Nails) takes on a similar role that he had on the soundtrack to Oliver Stone's 'Natural Born Killers' - he is the album producer, but also adds snippets from the movie, and makes the tracks seamlessly flow together. In both cases, the album becomes not necessarily a companion to the film anymore, but rather almost a work of art in itself.
The music itself on the Lost Highway soundtrack is amazing and varied. David Lynch has always made excellent choices for his soundtracks, and this is no exception. The album starts and ends with different edits of David Bowie's 'I'm Deranged', one of the most beautiful pieces I have heard from him in a long while. In between these two bookends, though, anything goes, from heavy/industrial rock (Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Rammstein) to latin jazz (Antonio Carlos Jobim) to pop/rock (Smashing Pumpkins, Lou Reed). Of course there are also more 'soundtracky' pieces from Barry Adamson, Trent Reznor and Lynch's 'resident composer' Angelo Badalamenti.
The highlights for me are Bowie, Badalamenti and Adamson, but special mention to Rammstein for that low menacing voice, it fits the scene in the film so perfectly. And Nine Inch Nails' 'The Perfect Drug' is an excellent song also.
If you've seen the movie and noticed the music, I probably don't need to convince you, but whether you've seen the movie or not, I assure you this album is well worth a listen.
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Just as music can calm your nerves or a ballad can move you, or a rock or rap song can hype you up, certain sounds can also disturb and unnerve you. This soundtrack, produced by Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor is full of such music. It evokes mystery, evil spirits and other supernatural things.It is eerie, strange and brilliant. David Bowie and Lou Reed fit snugly alongside Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Smashing Pumpkins and Rammstein. David Lynch's usual musical muse Angelo Badalamenti is here as well supplying cool retro jazz and Barry Adamson provides some theme music for Robert Loggia's Mr. Eddie character. The movie "Lost Highway" is fun and intense but doesn't really make sense. The soundtrack does. It might take a few listens to kick in and is not for the faint of heart, but those who dare enter the dark musical psyche of David Lynch will be richly rewarded by some of the best tracks these artists have ever done. They did not give Lynch B-sides or outtakes. Each artist brings A- list material and this album should serve as a blueprint for how to build a great eclectic soundtrack.
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Say what you will about David Lynch's Lost Highway film, but the soundtrack is bar none amazing. With Lynch serving as executive producer, we get Mr. Trent Reznor producing one of the finest soundtracks ever put together. The soundtrack opens with David Bowie performing "I'm Deranged" (which the film's credits opened up to), and while it may sound a little techno (compliments to Brian Eno), it is still Bowie, and this song helps to forever cement him as the king of cool. NIN's "Perfect Drug" fits the tone of the film like a glove, just try to resist the urge to sing along with the catchy chorus. The Smashing Pumpkins' mournful-esque "Eye", which may be one of they're best songs. Lou Reed's rendition of "This Magic Moment" is a tad disturbing, while Marilyn Manson contributes "Apple of Sodom" and an excellent rendition of Screaming Jay Hawkins' "I Put a Spell On You", and we also get a few selections from Rammstein as well, all of which are sandwiched between orchestral compositions from Angelo Badalamenti. All in all, the Lost Highway soundtrack is one of the best soundtracks I have ever come across, and this is a must have for Nine Inch Nails fans or fans of the film itself.
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Now this is what great soundtracks are meant to be, diverse in every possible way. Who would ever think that you could put Marilyn Manson with Antonio Carlos Jobim but in David Lynch's strange twisted world, anything is possible. Lost Highway never becomes monotonous, all the songs seem to flow into one another seamlessly. Lost Highway the movie, is just plain bad and it's prehaps Lynch's worst but the soundtrack isn't living testimony to that fact. This time around Angelo Badalamenti (David Lynch's main partner in scoring films)isn't getting all the attention...it's been divided up between Trent Reznor, Badalamenti and Barry Adamson. Three completely different composers and the results are, hip, haunting and alienation. David Bowie has proven once again that he still can be pretty cool "I'm Deranged" is one of the highlights and equally to the task is Lou Reed's version of "This Magic Moment". I could live without the Rammstein tracks, they become irritating after a while and I'm not sure why some soundtracks actually have to have spoken dialogue...this is one of them. Over all Lost Highway, is just that...a memorable experience.
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