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Brooklyn label Sacred Bones found a bunch of forgotten CD copies of the Eraserhead and Twin Peaks soundtracks

Brooklyn independent record label Sacred Bones is generally regarded as one of the best in the country, known for releasing music by Zola Jesus, Woods, and The Men, among others. But in addition to fostering young talent, the label also found time to reissue the original soundtrack for David Lynch’s debut feature film Eraserhead on vinyl last year. Now it's made another acquisition—this time a stash of long-forgotten CD editions of the rare Twin Peaks season two original score, as well as the Eraserhead soundtrack containing an “industrial dance mix” that presages Lynch’s more recent forays into electronic music. Both discs are available now through Sacred Bones’ online store, though once the copies are gone, they're gone. At least until they're (probably) reissued on vinyl next year. [via Fact]

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