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Can I add my Audrey theory to the pile?  

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(@thinwhitejuke)
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So bear with me on this because at first glance it sounds a tad simplistic but I think Audrey might be trapped in a jukebox. Yes, I know, I know but allow me to elaborate...
 
Regardless of where and in what state Audrey's physical form is, I think that somehow her consciousness is linked to her song and in the scenes with Charlie she is quite literally her song desperate to be played, but who are Billy, Tina, Chuck etc? I have a theory on that also, and how it might link to the larger tapestry of characters in the Roadhouse scenes; I found a link to the playlist for the RR (scene of the original Audrey's dance) jukebox on Reddit (from Twin Peaks: An Access Guide to the Town) and spotted a handful of interesting names, particularly Billy Joel and Tina Turner (no Chuck Berry unfortunately) coincidence? Possibly and probably, however, I also noticed a little gem called Sharp Dressed Man by ZZ Top on there also...
 
So, this all seems pretty vague but ultimately my interpretation is that Audrey's tale along with a sizeable selection (though not all of) the Roadhouse scenes take place in this off-kilter and possibly Black Lodge adjacent netherworld for lost souls of Twin Peaks whose lives are tethered to the songs that mean (or meant) something to them, their memories and stories becoming jumbled up with the names of the artists and the stories from each other's songs (just take a look at the lyrics to Billy Joel's 'An Innocent Man' in relation to the Audrey/Charlie dynamic) 
 
Anyway, that's my personal theory in it's very embryonic stage, will do some more digging to see if it holds water... if anyone else spots music references in any of the Audrey/ Roadhouse scenes (no prizes for Should I Stay or Should I Go) or just wants to berate me for how ridiculous my theory is then please leave a reply.
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Posted : 17/09/2017 9:08 am
(@myn0k)
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I just wanted to revitalise this post because I think it's an interesting one. 

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Posted : 13/09/2018 4:59 pm
(@julie_loader)
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Well that woodsmsn sits next to something like  juke box or amp in the convenience store 

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Posted : 13/09/2018 7:09 pm
(@lucas_bracci)
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I've missed this post one year ago and I guess there is something to dig with it.

Audrey trapped in a jukebox...like the lady in the radiator (Eraserhead).

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Posted : 14/09/2018 10:58 am
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Posted by: Julie Loader

Well that woodsmsn sits next to something like  juke box or amp in the convenience store 

It's the back of an old tube radio and 78 rpm record player from the 30's or 40's.

 

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Posted : 14/09/2018 11:01 am Myn0k liked
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For me it's less about being stuck in an actual physical jukebox, and more about the meaning of the song for each person. Something about that resonates with me.

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Posted : 14/09/2018 4:45 pm
(@carnifex)
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I know here that he is the woodsman,   but man,   every time I see him I can only see Duke Leto the Just.

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Posted : 14/09/2018 5:56 pm Myn0k liked
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Posted by: Myn0k

For me it's less about being stuck in an actual physical jukebox, and more about the meaning of the song for each person. Something about that resonates with me.

Of course. I'm trying to find connections with the lyrics, the names or even the music videos of all the singles in this jukebox.

One title in this jukebox for Audrey : Dancing in the dark (Springsteen)

I check my look in the mirror
I wanna change my clothes, my hair, my face
Man I ain't getting nowhere
I'm just living in a dump like this
There's something happening somewhere
baby I just know that there is

This post was modified 2 months  ago by Lucas Bracci
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Posted : 15/09/2018 8:04 am Myn0k liked
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