US-only available items, what to look for?

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andrewajk
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US-only available items, what to look for?

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Hello,
I am a Dublin-based Lynch fan, currently planning a trip to NYC. I was wondering would anyone have any recommendations of Lynch products only available in the US that I should seek out while I am there? E.g. Inland Empire OST does not seem to be available here yet, or any particularly good DVD special editions etc..
Also any other merchandise worth seeking out (twin peaks t-shirts etc..).
Thanks for your help,
ak
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Annie
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Post by Annie »

Welcome andrewajk!

Wow, I'll have to let the New Yorkers tell you, but most of us got our stuff online. I know Tower Records has a huge selection of CDs and maybe DVDs. Unfortunately, a lot of the Lynch sites are on the West Coast.

East Coasters, please answer this new member!
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andrewajk
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Post by andrewajk »

thanks for the list faceintheleaves - that is really helpful and there are definitely some items there i will look for - some will make good gifts for lynch-loving friends also. There is a definite shopping element to the trip (dollar weakness v. euro!) but i'll look for that audio CTBF as a priority.
thanks again,
ak
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You're welcome. The CTBF audiobook is fantastic.
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