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This week, X-Files star David Duchovny unveils his debut album, Hell or Highwater, through ThinkSay Records. Fans can stream the LP in its entirety below via Spotify.
The 12-track record marks the actor’s first foray into music. It also follows his first novel, Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale, and the announcement that he’ll be returning to The X-Files as Agent Fox Mulder.
Duchovny picked up the guitar just a few years ago, learning how to play The Flaming Lips’ “Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots”, and eventually became interested in the notion of blending poetry with music.
originally posted by: raedar
a reply to: Greathouse
I got more of a Jacob Dylan vibe (Bob Dylan's son from The Wallflowers). I play music and have recorded and performed, etc, and can say that for me it took me quite a while to come into my own sound rather than sound like what I was listening to / learning to.
Stream: David Duchovny’s debut folk-rock album, Hell or Highwater
originally posted by: jtrenthacker
a reply to: KnightLight
I'm in the exact same boat as you! I watched several episodes when I was in high school. Unfortunately, I missed quite a few episodes and most of the last few seasons because, well, I had better things to do. So, I decided to watch every episode from the beginning on Netflix. I am nearing the end of season 3 and so far, I'm really enjoying it. Not just for the stories, but it's fun to see the state of technology back then. I believe it's one of the first shows where the characters consistently use cell phones. There is an episode that centers around emails and chat rooms too.
Also, I have read that there may be a boxset release of the entire X-Files remastered in widescreen HD on bluray coming. I might pick it up if it's a decent price. I foresee it's release coinciding with the new X-Files episodes they are working on.