A lost highway playlist from 2009 is making its way around the internet this week thanks to a Kickstarter campaign that raised more than $25,000 for a full soundtrack.
The Lost Highway is the soundtrack to the 2011 cult classic movie Lost Highway, which chronicles the journey of the highway-riding Highway 41, which goes through the remote communities of North Dakota, Montana and South Dakota.
The film follows the Highway 41 crew through the wilderness, and in its most recent version, the Highway 42 crew made their way to the remote community of Lassen, where they were ambushed and killed by a pack of wolves.
The soundtrack is based on the film, and the campaign aims to create a complete set of tracks for each film.
The campaign raised more, however, than $5,000 and now the project has become one of the top-grossing Kickstarter campaigns in history.
The project will be a soundtrack to each of the films in the Lost Coast soundtrack, and fans of both the movies and the lost highway can expect to find something to love on their favorite soundtrack.
You can find the entire Lost Highway album here.
The Lassens are located in the western half of North America, and it was filmed in the summer of 2011.
The highway is a major tourist attraction for the region, with hundreds of thousands of tourists traveling to the region each year.
Lasses are known for their beautiful landscapes, and Lassonas are known as the “land of the golden grass,” which is a nod to the golden era of the lost roadway.
The Highway 41 and Highway 42 soundtracks are the second and third films in a trilogy of Lost Coast soundtracks.
The third film, Lost Highway 2, premiered in 2012 and featured the voices of many other notable actors, including Tom Hanks, John Goodman, Kate McKinnon, and Ben Foster.