All you kids out there making "noise" music or whatever need to just back the fuck up and soak in something REALLY abstract and messed up (yeah what's up NOW Peter?). David Lynch's first "feature" film was not conventional by any means, and the score he produced for it (in collaboration with sound editor/designer Alan R. Splet) is every bit as dark and disturbing as the film it represents--full of screeching, lurching ambient noise, cries from The Baby Thing, disjointed dialogue, and odd, out-of-place organ pieces (originally composed by Fats Waller). Although the sounds contained herein were originally produced in 1977, these recordings did not see proper digital release until 30 years later, after Lynch's legacy had firmly established itself.
This album is exceedingly freaky, scarier than anything any black metal poser could crank out, an airless submersion into utter psychosis. LEARN.
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