The Lost Highway soundtrack is an excellent blend of haunting, hard rock, and smooth tunes, to fit in with the mood of the movie.

Producer: Trent Reznor             Executive Producer: David Lynch


1--David Bowie "I'm Deranged (Edit)"

2--Trent Reznor "Videodrones; Questions"

3--Nine Inch Nails "The Perfect Drug"

4--Angelo Baldamenti "Red Bats With Teeth" 

5--Angelo Baldamenti "Haunting &          Heartbreaking"

6--The Smashing Pumpkins "Eye"

7--Angelo Baldamenti "Dub Driving"

8--Barry Adamson "Mr. Eddy's Theme 1"

9--Lou Reed "This Magic Moment"

10--Barry Adamson "Mr. Eddy's Theme 2"

11--Angelo Baldamenti "Fred & Renee Make Love"

12--Marilyn Manson "Apple of Sodom"

13--Antonio Carlos Jobim "Insensatez"

14--Barry Adamson "Something Wicked This Way Comes (Edit)"

15--Marilyn Manson "I Put A Spell On You"

16--Angelo Baldamenti "Fats Revisited"

17--Angelo Baldamenti "Fred's World"

18--Rammstein "Rammstein (Edit)"

19--Barry Adamson "Hollywood Sunset"

20--Rammstein "Hierate Mich (Edit)"

21--Angelo Baldamenti "Police"

22--Trent Reznor "Driver Down"

23--David Bowie "I'm Deranged (Reprise)"

            Lost Highway was released  by October Films in the United States in late February of 1997.  Later, in August of the same year, it was released on home video, priced for rental, by Polygram Home Entertainment.  The current price for the movie is $19.99, but many online stores offer it cheaper (not if you include shipping and handling).  I would recommend, if you are interested in owning the film, going to your nearest Blockbuster and have them order the film (it is a whole lot cheaper!).