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  • Audio CD (6 Aug. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Nothing / Interscope
  • ASIN: B000001Y33
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,549 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Lost Highway ~ Soundtrack

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David Lynch is a director I've held in particularly high esteem ever since I saw the masterful exploration of sickening constriction, Eraserhead. I've seen a few of his other movies, but never the Lost Highway - I found out about this one (like the other reviewers here) from my Nine Inch Nails fanhood.
Trent Reznor organizing the soundtrack to a Lynch film makes shockingly perfect sense to me, and upon seeing the track listing for the album, I was further enthused - 23 tracks, obviously set off in the right direction with rare and unusual songs by the greats Reznor, Lou Reed, David Bowie and Smashing Pumpkins (perhaps Manson, but that's another debate) and a plethora of intriguingly-titled songs by artists I didn't know.
Upon listening, the album is a brilliant and captivating experience, even if you're playing it while about other activities. Bowie's deep and sombre I'm Deranged, aptly followed by the artsy Reznor snipet, Videodrones Questions and The Perfect Drug, set a strange mood of a kind of insecure, inadequate hope or clinging positive energy in a distinctly dark and unknown zone.
From here on, the album spaces a selection of industrial tracks between carefully selected and varied jazz songs without ever losing continuity. The mood isn't static or generic as to produce the same feeling all the way through (as in The Matrix soundtrack) - instead it drifts across fear, unease, and occasionally a kind of hysteric, hypermanic joy, as if desensitized or driven mad by the enclosing depth of the rest of the album.
For those who aren't too great fans of NIN, Smashing Pumpkins or Manson, their respective tracks on the album distance themselves from any kind of stereotype or general style attributed to the creators. Rammstein may still not be a particularly good addition in my mind, but it would seem that the other more recent contributors all put in decidedly different and appropriate material.
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I'd been meaning to watch this movie for years. Turned out to be odd, but very enjoyable. More importantly, the soundtrack is awesome! Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson and Rammstein, you can't go wrong, but more to the point, I discovered the track 'I'm Deranged', a David Bowie track I had previously no knowledge of. It is, for me, the best track on the album. If you like any of these artists, this is an album worth having, but with the added bonus of beautiful pieces composed by Angelo Badalamenti.
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Recently decided to pick up some Lynch soundtracks, I really enjoyed his recent full length musical debut- 'Crazy Clown Time' and thought it was high time I purchased some of his films soundtracks. The music on Lost Highway is a mixture of Angelo Badalament's score (he's the guy who usually works on Lynch's films and often sets that distinctive Lynchian tone) and other artists. This one containing tracks by Rammstein (a brilliant industrial, riff-heavy tune), a couple by Marilyn Manson (his cover of 'I Put a Spell on You' is actually great), some lounge music from ex-Bad Seed Barry Adamson and a few things by king-of-nineties-industrial-music Trent Reznor (NIN). There's also one of my favourite Smashing Pumpkins songs in the New Order-esque 'Eye' and an underrated Bowie tune appropriately called 'I'm Deranged' (from '95s 'Outside' album). The Lou Reed track is a good rock 'n' roll tune too.

The music of course sounds even better in context; watch the film and then pick up the soundtrack to fully appriciate how good the whole thing is. I'm not really a massive fan of Manson or Reznor but they sound great here. Lost Highway is probably my favourite Lynch film and while the music here has become less iconic (in relation to the film) then, say, Roy Orbisons' 'In Dreams' in Blue Velvet it still fits the film perfectly. If there's any complaint it would be the absense of This Mortal Coil's haunting version of 'Song to the Siren', it's used in a fairly crucial scene in the film too. After this have a listen to the soundtrack for Fire Walk With Me (especially the brilliantly brooding 'The Pink Room')..........
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Quite fabulously eclectic soundtrack, to a really great movie, which more than holds its own as an individual piece of work. This one is worth having if only for the reminder of "I'm Deranged", as it plays against that brilliant opening sequence of "Lost Highway". However, this is a soundtrack which is so very, very much more than just that one track. Encompassing more musical styles than you can poke a stick at. The sort of thing to listen to when you're out on the open road, late at night. Except it might just end up by scaring you to death, by thinking that you're stuck in a David Lynch film!
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I originally bought the album because of NIN's "The Perfect Drug" too. But I have to say, the entire album blew me away.
First, 2 of my favourite bands are on their, Rammstein and NIN, and after finding out that the album was put together by Trent Reznor was the icing on the cake.

I won't go into too much detail about the tracks because they are all just brilliant, but I have to say that the ones that stood out to me are Rammstein's. Heirate Mich and Rammstein, 2 gruesome but gorgeous songs that make perfect sense on this album. Rammstein are so dramatic both lyrically and visually, and they really make this soundtrack more brilliant.

But also the way that it has been made - the selection of songs is just genius, each one is different, so you are ultimately kept on your toes and your heart is kept racing throughout listening, Trent Reznor has this eye for choosing the best, he is just one of music's greatest musicians.

Myself, not being into soundtracks, I have to say I have been converted and I would definitely recommend this soundtrack to anyone, both lovers of the film and lovers of music. However, with Marilyn Manson, Rammstein and NIN all on one album, it certainly leans to a more industrial fan if you are just after the music, perfect for me then!
But, it is definitely worth while if you love the film, if you are just trying to get hold of the Perfect Drug, if you want to get some of MM's covers, or if you love Rammstein. This soundtrack is just perfect.
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