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# "I'm Deranged (edit)," [[David Bowie]]
 
# "I'm Deranged (edit)," [[David Bowie]]
 
# "[[Videodrones; Questions]]," [[Trent Reznor]]
 
# "[[Videodrones; Questions]]," [[Trent Reznor]]
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# "[[The Perfect Drug (song)|The Perfect Drug]]," [[Nine Inch Nails]]
 
# "Red Bats With Teeth," Angelo Badalamenti
 
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# "Haunting and Heartbreaking," Angelo Badalamenti
 
# "Haunting and Heartbreaking," Angelo Badalamenti

Revision as of 18:24, 20 November 2010

Lost Highway Soundtrack
Trent Reznor with David Lynch.

Lost Highway is the soundtrack to the film of the same name, and was released by Interscope Records on February 19, 1997. Produced by Trent Reznor, it features a Nine Inch Nails song: the previously unreleased "The Perfect Drug," and two tracks credited to Reznor.

Tracklisting

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

Although "Song to the Siren" by This Mortal Coil is featured in the film, it was not included on the soundtrack.