Ship To Shore PhonoCo. have just announced that they will be releasing the soundtrack to Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa! on vinyl as part of their Konami Kukeiha Club Museum Series.
The release will be a 7″ on pink vinyl and housed in a regular 7″ jacket with brand new artwork by Drew Wise. The jacket will have an OBI an include a double-sided poster with art by Austin James and liner notes by Jeremy Parish.
It will be priced at $13 and is scheduled to release mid-June 2018. Preorders will open tomorrow May 16, 2018 at 12PM EST from Ship To Shore PhonoCo.’s store.
It was announced without details in the Spacelab9 newsletter quite a while ago now, but we finally have a release date and new info for the vinyl release of the Claptastic Voyage DLC for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
The release will be a single LP housed in a gatefold jacket with artwork from the game. It will be available in three different color variants – “Claptrap” opaque yellow, “Claptrap’s consciousness” green translucent with green splatter, and “Sys_Admin” purple translucent with purple splatter.
Currently there is only information out about the yellow variant, which will be available exclusively from ThinkGeek. It’s likely that the other variants will be available from Spacelab9’s own site at a later date.
It will be priced at $35. It can be ordered from ThinkGeek’s site here on May 11, 2018.
It was announced in their newsletter last year that Data Discs would release the soundtrack to Space Harrier, but it wasn’t until earlier this week that the details of the release were announced.
The release will include the full arcade soundtrack for the game, but also includes an arrangement of the game’s main theme performed by the S.S.T. Band.
The release will be a single 45RPM 180g LP. It will be housed in a single pocket jacket with original game artwork. It will feature an OBI, a lithographic print of the front art and liner notes by composer Hiroshi Kawaguchi.
As usual Data Discs will offer 3 different color variants for the release – a limited edition green translucent with purple splatter that has a special 3D lenticular jacket, a dark green translucent, and a classic black vinyl version.
As a little bonus 50 randomly chosen copies preordered within the first 48 hours will be signed by composer Hiroshi Kawaguchi.
The release is priced at £20 for the standard versions, and £27 for the limited edition. It is scheduled to release around May 31, 2018.
It can be preordered via Data Discs’ store here on May 5, 2018 at 7PM UK time (or earlier if you’re signed up for Data Discs’ newsletter passwords).
It was originally announced via an Indiegogo campaign from late last year, but now it’s gotten a proper announcement from Enjoy The Toons Records and a release date.
The 8-Bit Time Paradox is an arrangement album managed in large part by Giovanni Rotondo. It contains arrangements of music from Metroid, Breath Of The Wild, Final Fantasy VII, Ocarina Of Time, Mega Man, Titanfall 2, Shovel Knight, and Battlefield 1. The tracks are performed by several artists known for their video game music arrangements on Youtube and elsewhere on the internet.
The release will be a single LP housed in a GameBoy game-inspired single pocket jacket with art by Jeff Langevin. It will be available in three color variants – “cartridge” grey, “boss battle” purple-in-clear with white splatter, and “time paradox” purple smoke. The two former are limited to 200 copies each and the latter 100 copies.
The release is priced at $21 through Enjoy The Toons Records, and £23 through Giovanni Rotondo’s Bandcamp.
Orders open through Enjoy The Toons’ store here on May 5, 2018. It can already be ordered through Giovanni Rotondo’s Bandcamp here, which ships from the UK instead of the US.
Late yesterday Limited Run Games announced that they will be selling vinyl soundtracks for the two Mike Bithell games Volume and Thomas Was Alone. Both are composed by David Housden.
Volume will be a single black 180g LP housed in a single pocket jacket with game art. The vinyl release for this is handled by Laced Records.
Thomas Was Alone will be a single blue translucent 180g LP housed in a single pocket jacket with layout handled by Dane Baudoin. The vinyl release for this is handled by Black Screen Records. It is identical to the vinyl release from last year except for the record being on blue instead of red or black.
Both titles are limited to 500 copies (although some sources have said that Volume is actually 800 copies). They will both go on sale on May 4, 2018 at 10AM EST.
Volume will be priced at $30 and will be available from Limited Run Games here.
Thomas Was Alone will be priced at $28 and will be available from Limited Run Games here.
The game’s developers, Amanita Design, confirmed that a release would be happening, and now the label Minority Records have started taking orders for the Chuchel vinyl soundtrack (titled “Cherries On Air”).
The release is a single LP on 180g translucent red vinyl. It will be housed in a regular LP jacket with new artwork by Jaromír Plachý. It comes with a digital download for the album and it is limited to 1000 copies.
It is priced at €14 (not incl. taxes) and is scheduled to release around May 31, 2018. It can be preordered from Minority Records’ shop here.
UPDATE: The original listing did not mention a release date, but a newsletter has since been sent out saying that this is a preorder for May 31, 2018. Sorry for any confusion.
Black Screen Records and composer Chris Christodoulou have been teasing mysterious pictures of this for a while, but now it’s been properly announced – the Deadbolt soundtrack is getting a vinyl release.
Black Screen Records have previously released Christodoulou’s soundtrack to Risk Of Rain on vinyl.
The release is a 2LP on 180g white vinyl. It’s housed in gatefold jacket with printed inner sleeves – all with new artwork by Dimitris Leivadiotis. It also comes with a download code for both the full album and the remix kit.
It is priced at €28 and is scheduled to release in late June 2018. It is also the second title to be included in Black Screen Records’ Mystery Bundle #003, so you’re already secured a copy if you ordered the bundle.
The album can be preordered from Black Screen Records’ online store here.
Last year we got the first Flyrule album as a bit of a surprise and it was generally well-received. This time it’s less of a surprise as it was announced and teased not long ago.
A Terrible Fate is an instrumental hip hop arrangement of music from The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask.
The release is a single LP on gold-colored vinyl and is housed in a regular LP jacket with artwork by Micha Quär. It is limited to 300 copies.
It’s priced at €17 and is ready to release now as part of Vinyl Digital’s Record Store Day. It is available to order from Vinyl Digital now here.
The vinyl release was confirmed by composer Bear McCreary a few days ago, and now Mondo have announced almost out of nowhere, that they are the ones releasing it.
The release will be a 180g 2LP available on both black and colored vinyl. They haven’t specified what the colors will be yet. It is housed in a jacket with printed inners and new artwork by Jeff Langevin.
It is priced at $35 and is scheduled to release mid-June 2018. It can be preordered from Mondo here now.
Laced Records have announced that they will be releasing the soundtrack to DOOM (2016) on vinyl.
They are releasing the soundtrack in several different formats.
There’s a special edition 4LP+2CD box set that includes the full soundtrack on red vinyl as well as CD and includes a DOOM slipmat. It is a timed preorder so you have to order before May 2, 2018 to be sure to get a copy.
Then they have a 4LP box set with the full soundtrack on black vinyl, and a 2LP selection on red vinyl. Well, and a 2CD release for those who fancy that.
The special edition box is €90, the black vinyl 4LP is €70, and the 2LP is €33, and they are scheduled to ship out in July, 2018. All variants can be preordered from Laced Records here now.