A vinyl release of Chuck Ragan’s soundtrack to the indie game The Flame In The Flood have been listed for sale at Ragan’s webstore.
The album will be available in two 180g color variants – one will be on orange translucent vinyl with black streaks and the other on blue translucent vinyl with light blue streaks. Italso comes with a digital download for the album.
The record is up for preorder now and is scheduled to release on December 15, 2016.
Preorder the orange vinyl version here or the blue version here.
Yesterday composer Douglas Holmquist opened up for digital orders and vinyl preorders for his soundtrack to the endless pinball game PinOut which is out for iOS and Android devices.
The album comes on blue opaque vinyl in a regular album jacket with art by the game developer’s designer Henrik Johansson. And as it’s only available on Bandcamp it also comes with an instant download of the digital soundtrack. It is limited to 375 copies.
The vinyl version can be preordered now via Holmquist’s Bandcamp for $15 and is scheduled to release on or around December 12, 2016.
A little out of nowhere a listing for a vinyl version of Michael McCann’s soundtrack to Deus Ex: Human Revolution have appeared on Amazon.
It will be a 2LP housed in a “specially designed gold foil inlay album cover”, and will feature 2 bonus tracks, but other than that details on this release are still sparse.
It will be released by Sumthing Else Music Works and is priced at $55. Preorders are live now via Amazon and it is scheduled to release on December 2, 2016.
Today iam8bit announced that they will be releasing Takeshi Furukawa’s soundtrack to the upcoming game The Last Guardian on vinyl. The soundtrack is performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, Trinity Boys Choir, and London Voices.
The set will come on 2LP vinyl in a triple gatefold cover with new artwork by Nimit Malavia. One record will be on white marbled vinyl and the other on black/dark grey marbled vinyl.
The album is scheduled to release in Q1 2017 and can be preordered now via iam8bit’s US shop here and their UK/EU shop here.
Laced Records teased some upcoming releases a few days ago and today they had quite the announcement – they will be releasing the London Symphony Orchestra’s Final Symphony AND Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra’s Symphonic Fantasies Tokyo on vinyl.
The albums are made in collaboration with Square Enix and all music on both titles are from Square Enix games. Final Symphony contains music from Final Fantasy VI, VII, and X while Symphonic Fantasies Tokyo contains music from Kingdom Hearts, Secret of Mana, Chrono Cross, and Chrono Trigger.
Both albums will be released on 3LP black vinyl in a triple gatefold cover. Final Symphony will have new artwork done by Tom Baxter and Caspar Newbolt, while Symphonic Fantasies Tokyo will have new artwork by Johnni Di-Doi and Petherton Press.
Both albums are up for preorder now and are expected to ship in December. Posters and CDs are also available from Laced Records.
It was announced in an interview with PCGamer back in January that Ghost Ramp would be releasing Danny B.’s acclaimed soundtrack to the game Crypt Of The NecroDancer on vinyl. Since then only a few mockups have been shown, but no concrete info – until today!
Ghost Ramp have opened a listing on their website for the release along with additional details. The album will come on 2LP vinyl with one record being “fire” vinyl (red with orange splatter) and the other being “ice” vinyl (three stripes in different shades of blue).
The release features brand new artwork done by Del Northern and will come with a download code of the newly remastered soundtrack.
Additionally, the release will be available in two different variants – a “limited edition” of 1000 copies which includes everything mentioned above at $45, and a “special edition” which includes everything above as well as a Danny B enamel pin and 2 stickers at $55.
The album is scheduled to release in March 2017 and can be preordered from Ghost Ramp’s webstore now.
It was revealed on Twitter by Tomáš Dvořák a while back, but now it’s been properly announced by Minority Records as well – the Samorost 3 soundtrack is coming to vinyl.
The soundtrack will come out on 2LP 180g vinyl and is available in two different variants – black vinyl and green translucent vinyl. The album will come with 6 art prints from the game done by Adolf Lachman. Cover art is done by Adolf Lachman and Jakub Dvorský.
The album can be preordered now via Minority Records and it is scheduled to release on November 1, 2016.
Today Black Screen Records announced that they will be releasing Jonah Senzel’s soundtrack to the game Pony Island on vinyl.
The release wil be available in two different variants – 180g black and 180g clear vinyl. The album comes with new artwork done by the game’s developer Daniel Mullins. And as an extra bonus the release includes a digital download of the soundtrack as well as a Steam code for the game.
Worth noting is that this is the fourth and final title to be included in Black Screen Records’ Mystery Bundle, where you get their four latest titles all at once.
The release is scheduled to ship out in November and preorders are open now via Black Screen Records’ webstore.
Yesterday iam8bit announced that they will be releasing Austin Wintory’s score to flOw and Vincent Diamante’s score to Flower on vinyl.
flOw will come on a single 180g blue translucent record. Flower will be a 2LP on 180g colored vinyl – one disc is translucent white and the other translucent blue. From the looks of the mockups there will also be marble effect on the Flower discs. Both albums will feature new artwork by Filip Hodas.
Preorders will open on October 6 at 11am PDT and the albums are both scheduled to ship in Q1 2017.
Preorders can be found through these links:
And yes, there’s a vinyl option!
The project is called Hero of Time and is “a musical retelling of the story of Ocarina of Time, including key moments that occur before the game’s beginning and during Link’s concealment for seven years”. It will be an hour-long recording of new musical arrangements recorded live by a 64-person orchestra (the orchestra might grow even larger depending how much backing they can get).
The vinyl option is at the $100 tier and will also come with a digital download of the recording, a CD, and a signed postcard. While the price might seem steep to some, keep in mind that this Kickstarter is also for making this recording happen in the first place.
They do note in the Kickstarter that they’re planning a pre-sale for non-backers if the funding is succesful, so there might be an extra chance to get a vinyl copy then.
The Kickstarter opened today, September 30, and runs until October 31, 2016. If it is succesfully funded rewards are scheduled to go out in March 2017.
If it sounds like something for you, then you can check out the Kickstarter here.