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.
Promotional flexi disc included in a Japanese kids’ magazine Shōgaku Nensei. It features Japanese narration about the games followed by short clips of music from each game.
It was released in June 1985.
The Yetee have released the Big Bad Bosses album, Power Overwhelming, on vinyl.
The album is a boy band pop comedy album with band members performing as Bowser, Ganon, Doctor Eggman/Robotnik, and Sephiroth.
The release is a 2LP with one record on silver- and the other on gold-colored vinyl. It is housed in a silver-foil embossed jacket with art by Satchell Drakes and Drew Wise. The release will be limited to 500 copies.
Orders opened on March 28, 2018 and began shipping shortly after.
A 7″ containing two reworks of Koji Kondo’s music for Super Mario Bros. and The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time have been released by Systorm Technologies.
Side A is a Super Mario Bros. medley by Bokatsu while Side B is a cover of Song of Storms by Pliant.
It is limited to 500 copies.
A 7″ featuring arranged and remixed versions of some of Koji Kondo’s tracks from Super Mario Bros. have been released by King Records.
This is a promotional version with slightly different artwork.
A 7″ with a jazz cover version of the classic Super Mario Bros. overworld theme performed by The Handy Dandy Boys and Janet Klein have been released on Moga Records.
The b-side features a non-gaming related track called Bye Bye Blues and is exclusive to this 7″.
A 7″ with vocal songs was released by Japan Records in 1986.
An LP featuring music inspired by the game by 16-Bit Scrollers and Choichiro Koizumi was released on Japan Records in 1986.
A 7″ titled Mario’s Big Adventure by AYA & Nakayoshi Ouendan was released on Canyon Records in 1986.
This version has the track Go Go Mario!! on side B.