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Ghost Of Love / Imaginary Girl (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 7"

Sacred Bones RecordsSKU lp-13185

Lynchian blues rock number from 2007's Inland Empire on vinyl for the 1st time, w/ previously unreleased b-side
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First time on vinyl! "Ghost Of Love" is an original Lynch song recorded for his 2007 film Inland Empire (weirdest Lynch IMO). It was only ever released on the CD version of the film's soundtrack and never before available on vinyl. Stylistically it slots into the same sort of twisted bluesy rock shlock that soundtracked a good chunk of the original Twin Peaks series, with some of Lynch's own vocals for added weirdness, which he would employ to even greater effect on his solo albums Crazy Clown Time and The Big Dream a few years later. On the B side is a previously unused track "Imaginary Girl" which sounds like it could come from the same time period. Released by Sacred Bones on silver colored 45, in a pic sleeve with classic Lynch imagery; this pressing is limited so completists shouldn't think twice.

  • original track from David Lynch's 2007 film Inland Empire on vinyl for the first time, b/w rare unreleased b-side 'Imaginary Girl'
  • silver colored 7" vinyl pressing
  • pic sleeve
  • limited edition
  • original release year: 2007
  • music label: Sacred Bones Records 2022
reviewed by nasty canasta 07/2022
UPC: 843563147887

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