Produced by Trent Reznor
Executive Producer : David Lynch

Nothing/Interscope Records
Catalog # INTD-90090 (CD)

Angelo Badalamenti, conductor Stepan Konicek and David Lynch at the
recording of the Lost Highway Soundtrack in Prague

"The Perfect Drug" was released to radio stations on November 24, 1996

The video to Perfect Drug permiered on MTV on January 18, 1997
Unfortunately, it does not contain any footage from the film. It was nominated for an 1997 MTV video award in the "video from a film" category, but lost to Will Smith's "Men in Black" video.

The soundtrack is released on Trent Reznor's Nothing Records label. The soundtrack album consists of both Angelo Badalamenti pieces as well as selections from Nothing Records artists and others:

1. David Bowie : "I'm Deranged" (edit)
2. Trent Reznor : "Videodrones"
3. Nine Inch Nails : "The Perfect Drug"
4. Angelo Badalamenti : "Red Bats With Teeth"
5. Angelo Badalamenti : "Haunting and Heartbreaking"
6. The Smashing Pumpkins : "Eye"
7. Angelo Badalamenti : "Dub Driving"
8. Barry Adamson : "Mr. Eddy's Theme 1"
9. Lou Reed : "This Magic Moment"
10. Barry Adamson : "Mr. Eddy's Theme 2"
11. Angelo Badalamenti : "Fred and Renee Make Love"
12. Marilyn Manson : "Apple Of Sodom"
13. Antonio Carlos Jobim : "Insensatez"
14. Barry Adamson : "Something Wicked This Way Comes" (edit)
15. Marilyn Manson : "I Put A Spell On You"
16. Angelo Badalamenti : "Fats Revisited"
17. Angelo Badalamenti : "Fred's World"
18. Rammstein : "Rammstein" (edit)
19. Barry Adamson : "Hollywood Sunset"
20. Rammstein : "Heirate Mich" (edit)
21. Angelo Badalamenti : "Police"
22. Trent Reznor : "Driver Down"
23. David Bowie : "I'm Deranged" (reprise)

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Angelo Badalamenti, David Bowie, Barry Adamson, Lou Reed, Marilyn Manson

coil albumAlso in the film, but not on the soundtrack, is "Song to the Siren" by This Mortal Coil. It's the song played while Pete and Alice have sex outside the cabin. It was not included on the soundtrack at the request of the producer of the song. He didn't want it to be over exploited. Originally Lynch wanted to use the song in Blue Velvet where "Mysteries of Love" was, but couldn't get the rights. It can be found on the album "It'll End In Tears", catalog numbers: LP: CAD411, Cassette: CADC411, CD: CAD411CD. You can order "It'll End In Tears" from here.


Download the Lost Highway soundtrack ad avi clip (1,288k).

MTV News LH Soundtrack Story

Jan/Feb 1997 soundtrack article from Movieline magazine.

March 6, 1997 Trent Reznor Lost Highway interview
The Lynch and LH review from the same issue can be found on the Lost Highway Articles and Interviews page

"I am Am the Jazzman" An interview with Angelo Badalamenti durning his visit to Prague to record the Lost Highway soundtrack.

Jazzman photos on this page courtsey Petr Ohnut

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