Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath

Black Screen Records have released Michael Bross’ soundtrack to the game Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath on vinyl.

The release is a 2LP and comes with a bonus black 7″ record. The 7″ includes two previously unreleased tracks made for the soundtrack.

The album was released early July 2017.

This is the yellow and orange vinyl version sold exclusively through Black Screen Records’ own store.

Psychonauts

iam8bit and Double Fine have released Peter McConnell’s Psychonauts score on vinyl.

The release comes on a single LP housed in a die-cut jacket with new art from Lunar Saloon.

The release was announced by Double Fine on August 25, 2016 and went up for order at PAX on September 2 and later via iam8bit’s website on September 8.

This is the PAX West exclusive variant on orange translucent vinyl with pink “brain” splatter. It is limited to 500 copies.

Psychonauts

iam8bit and Double Fine have released Peter McConnell’s Psychonauts score on vinyl.

The release comes on a single LP housed in a die-cut jacket with new art from Lunar Saloon.

The release was announced by Double Fine on August 25, 2016 and went up for order at PAX on September 2 and later via iam8bit’s website on September 8.

This is the retail variant on pink opaque vinyl.

Driver: Parallel Lines

A 12″ with music related to the Atari title “Driver: Parallel Lines” have been released.

It’s a single 12″ on red vinyl and is housed in a gatefold jacket.

It was released in 2006.

The Lighthouse

Ninja Tune released a single-sided 12″ with Amon Tobin’s track The Lighthouse in 2005. The track is taken from Amon Tobin’s soundtrack to Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory.

This is the white label test pressing with a blank Side B.

The Lighthouse

Ninja Tune released a single-sided 12″ with Amon Tobin’s track The Lighthouse in 2005. The track is taken from Amon Tobin’s soundtrack to Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory.

This is the commercial release version with an etched image on Side B.

Starsky & Hutch – Red Tomato Jam

Tim Follin’s game soundtrack was released on red translucent vinyl by Empire Interactive and Gotham Games. It was never put up for sale but was given away with initial copies of the game.