Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits

Spacelab9 have released a compilation called “Namco Museum:  Arcade Greatest Hits” on vinyl.

On February 9, 2018 Spacelab9 shared a photo of the cover art, which included pictures of Dig Dug, Gaplus, Mappy, Pac-Man, Rolling Thunder, and Xevious.

The release is a single LP housed in a die-cut jacket. It comes with a printed inner sleeve that can be switched around to change the look of the front. It also comes with a booklet containing details on the games represented on the release.

Orders opened from Spacelab9 on March 2, 2018 and shipped out shortly after.

This is the “Galaga” variant on mint green opaque & green translucent split with black splatter. It was limited to 200 copies and sold exclusively through Spacelab9’s own store.

Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits

Spacelab9 have released a compilation called “Namco Museum:  Arcade Greatest Hits” on vinyl.

On February 9, 2018 Spacelab9 shared a photo of the cover art, which included pictures of Dig Dug, Gaplus, Mappy, Pac-Man, Rolling Thunder, and Xevious.

The release is a single LP housed in a die-cut jacket. It comes with a printed inner sleeve that can be switched around to change the look of the front. It also comes with a booklet containing details on the games represented on the release.

Orders opened from Spacelab9 on March 2, 2018 and shipped out shortly after.

This is the “Pac-Man” variant on yellow vinyl with a clear vinyl “mouth” resembling Pac-Man. It was limited to 200 copies and sold exclusively through Spacelab9’s own store.

Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits

Spacelab9 have released a compilation called “Namco Museum:  Arcade Greatest Hits” on vinyl.

On February 9, 2018 Spacelab9 shared a photo of the cover art, which included pictures of Dig Dug, Gaplus, Mappy, Pac-Man, Rolling Thunder, and Xevious.

The release is a single LP housed in a die-cut jacket. It comes with a printed inner sleeve that can be switched around to change the look of the front. It also comes with a booklet containing details on the games represented on the release.

Orders opened from ThinkGeek on February 27, 2018 and shipped out shortly after.

This is the “Pixel Explosion” variant on clear vinyl with multicolor splatter. It is limited to 2000 copies and sold exclusively from ThinkGeek.

Pac-Man

The electronic musician Power-Pill (aka. Richard D. James) released music inspired by the game’s music and uses samples from the game. All released on Ffrreedom in 1992.

This is a European 7″ with an additional mix.

Pac-Man

The electronic musician Power-Pill (aka. Richard D. James) released music inspired by the game’s music and uses samples from the game. All released on Ffrreedom in 1992.

This is a UK 7″ with an additional mix.

Pac-Man

The electronic musician Power-Pill (aka. Richard D. James) released music inspired by the game’s music and uses samples from the game. All released on Ffrreedom in 1992.

This is a self-released 12″ promo with 3 additional mixes. The promo is on yellow vinyl.

Pac-Man

The electronic musician Power-Pill (aka. Richard D. James) released music inspired by the game’s music and uses samples from the game. All released on Ffrreedom in 1992.

This is a European 12″ with 3 additional mixes.

Video Game Music

LP released in 1984. It contains 10 tracks from the games, Xeviouis, Bosconian, Pac-Man, Phozon, Mappy, Libble Rabble, Pole Position, New Rally-X, Dig Dub, and Galaga. All tracks are arranged versions done by Haruomi Hosono.

There’s been a few different pressings of this album. This is a Japanese promotion pressing on Yen Records.

Video Game Music

LP released in 1984. It contains 10 tracks from the games, Xeviouis, Bosconian, Pac-Man, Phozon, Mappy, Libble Rabble, Pole Position, New Rally-X, Dig Dub, and Galaga. All tracks are arranged versions done by Haruomi Hosono.

There’s been a few different pressings of this album. This is the Dutch pressing on Pick Up Records.

Video Game Music

LP released in 1984. It contains 10 tracks from the games, Xeviouis, Bosconian, Pac-Man, Phozon, Mappy, Libble Rabble, Pole Position, New Rally-X, Dig Dub, and Galaga. All tracks are arranged versions done by Haruomi Hosono.

There’s been a few different pressings of this album. This is the Japanese pressing on Yen Records.