Download of the Week: David Lynch & Alan R. Splet
Erasurehead's industrial nightmare captured in sound. What more can a guy ask for?
David Lynch is a master at incorporating music in film and the soundtrack to Erasurehead: Original Soundtrack Recording illustrates that he, along with sound designer and sound editor David Spelt, can write a mean 'track to boot with more bumping and grinding than Vivid Entertainment. From Sacred Bones, Erasurehead includes "In Heaven (Lady in the Radiator Song)" as well as the previously unreleased "Pete's Boogie" (which doesn't boogie at all).
You can get your slice of surrealist sound pie in FLAC or WAV format for $11.99 from Bleep.
There's also a deluxe LP version ($25) available directly from Sacred Bones for those of you who like things:
Deluxe Edition includes: 16 page booklet, three 11" x 11" prints, digital download, & a limited-edition Peter Ivers 7" of “In Heaven” b/w a newly unearthed Ivers recording taken from the original soundtrack audio tapes.