In 1991, Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch decided to form the jazz project Thought Gang. The short-lived effort lasted through 1993 and led to two tracks included on the soundtrack for Lynch's Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) and a few scattered pieces on other Lynch films, like 2001's Mulholland Drive and 2006's Inland Empire. On September 18, 2018, it was announced that a previously unreleased album under the title Thought Gang would be released on November 2 of that year. Lynch described Thought Gang as "a grand experiment", and Kory Grow of Rolling Stone called the music experimental free jazz with spoken word elements.
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