Twin Peaks Season 2 Music Contest

Absurda Presents Twin Peaks Season 2 Music and More CD

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THE CONTEST IS OFFICIALLY OVER

Congratulations to Amy Smith of Austin, TX for answering all of the questions correctly.

Twin Peaks Music Trivia Questions

1. Name the song that plays during the closing credits of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.

Luigi Cherubini – Requiem in C minor

2. Name one of the guitarists who played on the original Twin Peaks Soundtrack.

Vinnie Bell or Eddie Dixon

3. Which song on the new Twin Peaks Soundtrack is an instrumental version of the song “Questions in a World of Blue”?

“Audrey’s Prayer”

4. According to the book Lynch on Lynch, what happened to David Lynch during the recording of the song “A Real Indication”?

Lynch’s hernia ruptured.

5. Although the song “Sycamore Trees” was used in Twin Peaks Episode 29, which Lynch script did the lyrics to that song originate?

Some of the lyrics to “Sycamore Trees” originally appeared in the David Lynch screenplay entitled “Ronnie Rocket”

6. What is the name of the band responsible for the songs “A Real Indication” and “The Black Dog Runs at Night”?

The name of the band is “Thought Gang” featuring David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti. The long awaited debut CD from the Thought Gang may be just over the horizon…

7. What is the name of the band in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me that performed the tracks “The Pink Room” and “Blue Frank”?

The Power and the Glory

8. What is the name of the song that plays in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me during the scenes between Agent Desmond and Sheriff Cable?

Deer Meadow Shuffle
9. What is the name of the composer other than David Lynch who co-wrote the song to answer 8?

David Slusser

10. What is the name of the song featured on the Julee Cruise Album “the Voice of Love” in which Julee Cruise sings over the “Theme to Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me”?

“She Would Die for Love”

Thanks to all 107 contestants that entered.

Prize courtesy of Absurda and David Lynch.com. Good luck!

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