One of my favorite TV shows of all time, Twin Peaks is a timeless classic that, for me, never gets old and never hits a point of “Age hasn’t treated this kindly”. The show’s supernatural, surreal twist on your standard murder mystery has been an inspiration to countless TV shows since it ended (prematurely, I might add) in 1991.
One of the biggest draws for me towards this show is the beautiful, eerie soundtrack of Angelo Badalamenti, who happens to be one of my favorite composers. He created an ethereal soundtrack that fully complimented the series, the characters, the location, and the mystery itself.
That’s why I was very excited when I heard guitarist Martin Tallstrom do a cover of “Laura’s Theme”, the melancholic piece that haunted the series. You can see it below.
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