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.
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.
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.
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.
Contains the soundtrack by Paul Lipson, Tom Salta, Lennie Moore, Brian Trifon, and Brian Lee White. It was released by Microsoft Studios.
Contains a selection of the soundtrack by Martin O’Donnell and Michael Salvatori. It was released by Sumthing Else Music Works and is limited to 2000 copies on green marbled vinyl.