The Joy Formidable released a cover of Badalamenti's instrumental as "Twin Peaks" in 2015. [51], "Staff Lists: The Top 200 Tracks of the 1990s: 150–101 | Features", Australian-charts.com – Julee Cruise – Falling (The Theme from Twin Peaks)", Austriancharts.at – Julee Cruise – Falling (The Theme from Twin Peaks)", Ultratop.be – Julee Cruise – Falling (The Theme from Twin Peaks)", Offiziellecharts.de – Julee Cruise – Falling (The Theme from Twin Peaks)", The Irish Charts – Search Results – Julee Cruise", Dutchcharts.nl – Julee Cruise – Falling (The Theme from Twin Peaks)", Charts.nz – Julee Cruise – Falling (The Theme from Twin Peaks)", Norwegiancharts.com – Julee Cruise – Falling (The Theme from Twin Peaks)", Swedishcharts.com – Julee Cruise – Falling (The Theme from Twin Peaks)", Swisscharts.com – Julee Cruise – Falling (The Theme from Twin Peaks)", "Julee Cruise Chart History (Alternative Airplay)", "Guld- och Platinacertifikat − År 1987−1998", "Premiere: Girls Names – Falling (Twin Peaks Theme)", "Bright Light Bright Light covers Julee Cruise's 'Falling, "The Endless Releases Twin Peaks Holiday EP", "The Joy Formidable: "Twin Peaks" - iTunes Store", "Songs from the Black Lodge, by Songs from the Black Lodge", "Xiu Xiu: Plays the Music of Twin Peaks Album Review | Pitchfork", "Chrysta Bell And This Mortal Coil's John Fryer Cover Julee Cruise's "Falling, "Above & Beyond – Falling (featuring Zoë Johnston)", Twin Peaks Music: Season Two Music and More, Twin Peaks: Music from the Limited Event Series, Twin Peaks: Limited Event Series Original Soundtrack, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Falling_(Julee_Cruise_song)&oldid=988039435, Song recordings produced by Angelo Badalamenti, Short description is different from Wikidata, Singlechart usages for Canadaadultcontemporary, Singlechart usages for Billboardalternativesongs, Certification Table Entry usages for Australia, Pages using certification Table Entry with shipments figures, Certification Table Entry usages for Sweden, Pages using certification Table Entry with shipments footnote, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Theme from Twin Peaks (Instrumental)"/"Floating", "Theme from Twin Peaks" (instrumental) – 4:45, This page was last edited on 10 November 2020, at 18:09. English band The Wedding Present recorded a version of "Falling" that was released on their 1992 single "Silver Shorts" and included on the band's compilation album Hit Parade 1 (1992). The version used in the video is an edited cut of the song. [12] Bill Henderson from Orlando Sentinel commented, "When she sings about "falling, falling, falling in love" to the tune of the Twin Peaks theme, you can almost see her descending to Earth in slow motion. No copyright infringement intended. [44] A corresponding music video was recorded in Snoqualmie, Washington—where the Twin Peaks pilot episode was shot—and featured scenes at several locations from the series. "[13] Tom Ewing for Pitchfork said that "it's not just that "Falling" is unshakably evocative of a great show, it's that the show was great because at its best it lived up to the mystery and romance Julee Cruise's frost-delicate voice promised. [43] Also in 2010, Bright Light Bright Light, the pseudonym of Welsh electropop singer Rod Thomas, released a cover of "Falling" online for free. [47] In February 2016, Lily Fawn and Eric Hogg, recording as Songs From The Black Lodge, released a 7-song EP[48] containing six "Twin Peaks" covers and one original tune. I do not own the song or image. A music video was produced featuring Julee Cruise performing the song through soft curtains and dramatic red lighting. The music in the song is composed by Angelo Badalamenti, and the lyrics were written by Twin Peaks' creator David Lynch. Watch the video for Twin Peaks Theme from Angelo Badalamenti's Twin Peaks for free, … The show centers on the murder of local teen Laura Palmer in the small town of Twin Peaks. [14] In 2012, Porcys listed the song at number 95 in their ranking of "100 Singles 1990-1999", describing it as "hauntologia par exellence."[15]. 15 in Warner Bros./Reprise Records’ Soil X Samples promotional singles series, which ran from 1990-1997. Cruise also recorded a new version of the song and released it as a hidden track on her 2002 album The Art of Being a Girl.

The green vinyl 7” was a split single, "Falling" backed with "Syria" by Not Drowning, Waving. [1] This instrumental version is included in the first volume of the Pure Moods compilation album series but is erroneously titled on the artwork and liner notes as being the theme for Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. [3] NME listed the song at No. Cruise also recorded a new version of the song and released it as a hidden track on her 2002 album The Art of Being a Girl. A series of waterfalls in this montage set to Falling (Twin Peaks Theme) sung by Julee Cruise All credit goes to the artists.

Lyrics to \"Falling\" by Julee Cruise. On Record Store Day 2016 (April 16), experimental rock band Xiu Xiu released Plays the Music of Twin Peaks, a tribute to Angelo Badalamenti's original soundtrack, featuring a seven-minute rendition of "Falling. The instrumental version of the song is featured as the theme of the television show Twin Peaks. [4], According to composer Angelo Badalamenti the characteristic sound of the song was made playing a tuned down electric guitar.[5]. "[49], Chrysta Bell (who plays Agent Tammy Preston in Twin Peaks' revival) released a cover version of the song in 2017. A demo version by Cruise (5:56 in length) was released in 1994 as No. "[8] Music & Media stated that "anyone who is familiar with the Twin Peaks series is sure to have shivers listening to the theme tune. The album featured rare and unreleased tracks from both Twin Peaks series as well as the prequel film. It fades to various scenes from the Twin Peaks television series. "[40] Danish radio DJ Kjeld Tolstrup released an EP of three dance renditions of the song — "The Log Lady Mix", "The Ronnette Pulaski Mix" and "The Log Lady Mix Short Version"[41] in 1991, under the pseudonym One–Eyed Jacks, the name of the casino/brothel in Twin Peaks. [42] The Apoptygma Berzerk song "Moment of Tranquility", from the 2000 album Welcome to Earth, is based on the Twin Peaks theme song, with different lyrics. [...] The songs with Julee serve a two-fold purpose: They contrast the visuals and they set the tone for the show. 1 in April 1991. [50] The electronic music group Above & Beyond and singer Zoë Johnston also released a cover of the song in 2020. The instrumental version of the song, performed by Badalamenti, won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance at the 32nd Grammy Awards. In the ruckus of beers flying through the air at The Roadhouse, we have Julee singing a beautiful, slow-tempo song, and it’s so outrageous. "Falling" has been covered by a number of artists since its original release.

"[10] Diane Tameecha from The Network Forty wrote that "the hypnotic blend of the track's music and Cruise's aforementioned downy singing style is an unbeatable combination. The green vinyl 7” was a split single, "Falling" backed with "Syria" by Not Drowning, Waving. [2] In 2010, Pitchfork Media ranked "Falling" at No. ^shipments figures based on certification alone. [7] Bill Coleman from Billboard described it as a "modern rock staple", propelled by the hit television series "Twin Peaks". As the story progresses and more is learned about the case, dark secrets unfold. Julee Cruise - Falling (lyrics) | Twin Peaks theme - YouTube The Twin Peaks Archive is a digital soundtrack album by American director David Lynch and by American composer Angelo Badalamenti. 146 on its "Top 200 Tracks of the 1990s". A demo version by Cruise (5:56 in length) was released in 1994 as No. American folktronica duo The Endless included instrumental and vocal renditions of "Falling" as well as other songs from Twin Peaks on their EP Holiday 2012, proceeds from which were donated to Médecins Sans Frontières, a humanitarian aid charity.