The 8-Bit Time Machine

Enjoy The Ride Records have released the arrangement album The 8-Bit Time Machine on vinyl.

The release is a single 140g LP. It is housed in a single-pocket jacket with new artwork and includes a double-sided insert.

Orders opened on November 26, 2021 and began shipping out shortly after.

This is the “Time Warp” blue, red and purple swirl colored vinyl variant. It is limited to 200 copies and was sold through Respawned Records.

The 8-Bit Time Machine

Enjoy The Ride Records have released the arrangement album The 8-Bit Time Machine on vinyl.

The release is a single 140g LP. It is housed in a single-pocket jacket with new artwork and includes a double-sided insert.

Orders opened on November 26, 2021 and began shipping out shortly after.

This is the “NES” grey, silver and black tricolor with red splatter colored vinyl variant. It is limited to 100 copies.

The 8-Bit Time Machine

Enjoy The Ride Records have released the arrangement album The 8-Bit Time Machine on vinyl.

The release is a single 140g LP. It is housed in a single-pocket jacket with new artwork and includes a double-sided insert.

Orders opened on November 26, 2021 and began shipping out shortly after.

This is the “Tri-Force” light green with green pinwheel and splatter. It is limited to 200 copies.

Halo CE Demastered

Respawned Records have released a 16-bit SNES inspired arrangement of the Halo: Combat Evolved soundtrack on vinyl.

The release is a single LP. It is housed in a regular LP jacket with artwork by Tom Pollock Jr.

Preorders opened on October 3, 2020 and it was scheduled to release in late Q1 2021, but released already in early January, 2021.

This is the “Cortana” variant on purple and black swirl with black splatter colored vinyl. It is limited to 500 copies.

Halo CE Demastered

Respawned Records have released a 16-bit SNES inspired arrangement of the Halo: Combat Evolved soundtrack on vinyl.

The release is a single LP. It is housed in a regular LP jacket with artwork by Tom Pollock Jr.

Preorders opened on October 3, 2020 and it was scheduled to release in late Q1 2021, but released already in early January, 2021.

This is the “Chief” variant on green and yellow swirl colored vinyl. It is limited to 500 copies.

The Essential Games Music Collection Vol. 1

Silva Screen and Diggers Factory have released the 2011 orchestral arrangement album “The Essential Games Music Collection Vol. 1” on vinyl.

The release is a single 140g black vinyl LP. It is housed in a regular LP jacket with a slightly modified version of its original 2011 digital cover art. It is limited to 1300 copies.

Preorders opened on July 14, 2020 and it released in September, 2020.

The Greatest Video Game Music

X5 Music Group have released the classical arrangement album The Greatest Video Game Music on vinyl. It was originally released on CD and digital in 2011.

The release is a black vinyl 2LP. It comes in a gatefold jacket and includes an insert with credits.

It was scheduled to release in mid-August, but was delayed and released in late September, 2019.

Gaming In Symphony

EuroArts have released selections from the orchestral arrangement album “Gaming In Symphony” on vinyl.

The release is a single 140g LP on yellow translucent vinyl. It is housed in a regular LP jacket with original artwork.

Preorders opened on April 23, 2019 and it released around June 14, 2019.

The Music Of Destiny, Volume I

Bungie have released the original soundtrack to Destiny as well as the Music Of The Spheres album together on vinyl.

The release is be a 6LP box set. Each set will be individually numbered and comes with a booklet and a pin.

Preorders opened on June 1, 2018 and it released in mid-December, 2018. It was initially an open preorder for a set time, but a few extra copies were put up for sale when the box was ready to ship.

Echoes Of The First Dreamer (The Musical Prequel To Golem)

Martin O’Donnell have announced a Kickstarter for the album “Echoes Of The First Dreamer” which is described as “a musical prequel” to the upcoming PlayStation VR game Golem.

It’s not a game soundtrack, but the music is clearly inspired – and even meant to be a part of – the game world.

The Kickstarter launched on March 10, 2016 and was ended after succesfully reaching its goal on April 13, 2016. The vinyl version was scheduled to release in October, 2016.

On August 20, 2017 preorders for non-backers were opened and it was announced that it would be published by Sumthing Else Music Works. It began shipping out in late October, 2017.