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Listen to a bonus track off the special edition of David Lynch's latest LP 

Many people know David Lynch as the film director behind dense, alternatively plotted art movies like Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire. But he is more. He is also a teacher of transcendental meditation, an advocate for cow-based movie marketing, and a weatherman. He is also a musician with two full-length albums to his credit. His latest, The Big Dream, came out this past July.

A special edition of The Big Dream will be available for download later this month, and will sport two new tracks and a couple of remixes. One of those remixes, of Lynch's song We Roll Together by Swedish producer Björn Yttling, is now available online. It features a heavily distorted Lynch intoning mysterious portents like 'Smokestack barking' and 'Went down to the ice cream store' over a minimalist backing track. It's actually pretty effective in an eerie, hypnotic way, not unlike most of Lynch's work. 

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