Yetee Records have just announced that they will be releasing the soundtrack to Tumbleseed alongside the previously announced vinyl release to Flinthook. And not just that – they also have exclusive variants of Ship To Shore PhonoCo.’s Rocket Knight Adventures and Kid Dracula releases.
Tumbleseed will be a single LP on a clear vinyl picture disc. It will be housed in a regular LP jacket with artwork by Drew Wise.
Flinthook will be a single LP on pink vinyl. It will be housed in a special cover with a plastic outer and die-cut inner designed by Drew Wise. Artwork is done by Stephanie Bourgeault.
For the exclusive variants Rocket Knight Adventures will be a blue and green merge, while Kid Dracula will be a white and grey split.
Flinthook is priced at $30, Tumbleseed at $25 both are scheduled to release in February 2018.
Rocket Knight Adventures and Kid Dracula are priced at $20 each and are scheduled to release before Q1 2018.
Flinthook can be preordered from The Yetee here – also in a version with a free bonus flexi here. Tumbleweed can be preordered here.
Rocket Knight Adventures can be preordered here and Kid Dracula here.
Ship To Shore PhonoCo. just opened preorders for their previously announced vinyl releases of the Konami Kukeiha Club soundtracks to Rocket Knight Adventures and Kid Dracula.
Rocket Knight Adventures will be a single LP on “Rocket Flash” red and yellow colored vinyl. It will be housed in a regular LP jacket with artwork from the game.
Kid Dracula will be a 10″ on red vinyl with black splatter. It will be housed in a 10″ jacket with design by Drew Wise and it includes a poster with new art by Austin James and liner notes by Jeremy Parish. Kid Dracula will be the second entry in Ship To Shore’s “Konami Kukeiha Club Museum Series”.
Kid Dracula will be the Famicom version of the soundtrack.
Both releases are priced at $20 and are scheduled to release around December 9, 2017.
I’ve asked about EU distribution and Ship To Shore said that both titles will likely be available from an EU vendor, although there’s no ETA on when.
There’s also been some rumors on a possible exclusive Yetee variant for Rocket Knight Adventures, but no news on that one either. I’ll update this post when news are announced.
Rocket Knight Adventures can be preordered from Ship To Shore here, and Kid Dracula here.
Also available is Christa Lee’s “Welcome To The Fantasy Zone” album, which isn’t actual video game music, but rather a love letter to Sega game music, so it might be interesting to some of you Sega fans.
A few days ago – on November 3, 2017 – The Yetee announced that they will be releasing the first of R23X’s tracks for the game EarthCade on vinyl.
What is EarthCade exactly? It’s an in-development game worked on on and off as a passion project, so there’s no clear release date. It’s also a new brand from The Yetee consisting of clothing and accessories where 10% of all sales go to wildlife preservation charities.
The vinyl release will be a 7″ on green vinyl housed in a 7″ jacket with artwork by Drew Wise. It will be a pressing of 250 copies.
It is priced at $13 and is scheduled to release in December 2017. 10% of all sales go to the Wildlife Preservation Society.
It can be preordered from The Yetee here.
The Yetee have announced that they will be releasing the Timeline EP on vinyl. The Timeline EP is a collaborative effort between VGM cover band Marshall Art and VGM cover musician Cory Johnson.
The release features prog/post-rock style chiptune and guitar arrangements of tracks from The Legend Of Zelda series, Chrono Trigger, Earthbound, and Undertale.
Followers of the artists might recognize the songs, but it’s worth noting that they have been completely re-recorded for this EP (except for MGLV from Undertale, which have instead been remixed and remastered for this release).
The release will be 45RPM 10″ on black vinyl with multicolor splatter. It comes in a single 10″ jacket and features new art by Drew Wise on the front and photography by Ami Moregore on the back.
The release is priced at $20 and can be ordered from The Yetee here now. It is not a preorder, so it should be ready to ship out to buyers very soon.
Late yesterday iam8bit announced a two new Undertale releases with Materia Collective in celebration of Undertale’s second anniversary and its Japanese release.
The first release will be a repress of the original Undertale soundtrack in a different cover than the original, which released late 2016. It also features new vinyl colors as the new version comes on blue and red in clear colored vinyl.
Preorders for the Japan Edition placed between September 15-22, 2017 will also include a bonus “Annoying Dog Shrine” 7″, which will feature the Dogsong (also released on bonus 7″ with the original) AND new PlayStation 4-exclusive tracks.
The second release will be of the Determination album, which is a heavy metal arrangement of the Undertale OST by RichaadEB and Ace Waters. This will be a 3LP on red, blue, and purple in black colored vinyl. It will be housed in a jacket with a glow-in-the-dark Sans face with die-cut eyes.
Artwork for both releases were done by Drew Wise, who also did artwork for iam8bit’s original Undertale soundtrack release.
The Japan Edition is priced at $40, while Determination is priced at $60. Both are scheduled to release in Q1 2018 (more specifically in March according to their Japanese announcement).
Preorders for the Japan Edition can be placed via iam8bit’s US store here and their UK/EU store here.
Preorders for Determination can be placed via iam8bit’s US store here and their UK/EU store here.
The Yetee have revealed that they are releasing the soundtracks to the two Tribute Games games Curses N’ Chaos and Wizorb on vinyl. Curses N’ Chaos is composed by Patrice Bourgeault and Wizorb by Jean Chan.
Both are single LP releases housed in standard record jackets. Curses N’ Chaos comes on black and red merge colored vinyl, the jacket features art by Ian, and the release is limited to 500 copies Wilding. Wizorb comes on a picture disc, features art by Drew Wise, and is limited to 250 copies.
And if that’s not enough they are also releasing a new variant of the Ninja Senki soundtrack – a DX classic shuriken picture disc. Also limited to 250 copies.
All 3 titles are priced and $25 and are ready to ship.
Curses N’ Chaos can be ordered here.
Wizorb can be ordered here.
Ninja Senki (both variants) can be ordered here.
Yetee Records have announced that they will be releasing Curtis Schweitzer’s soundtrack to the game Starbound on vinyl.
The release will be a 2LP on 180g vinyl with one disc being on purple translucent with black swirl and the other on gold translucent colored vinyl. The records will come in a gatefold jacket with the game’s logo in gold foil letters. Artwork for the release has been done by Drew Wise.
The release will be limited to 500 copies and is priced at $35. Orders will go up later today (June 22, 2017) via The Yetee’s web store here.
The Yetee have announced two releases for Record Store Day – Chipzel’s soundtrack to Interstellaria and Patrice Bourgeault’s original and DX soundtracks to Ninja Senki.
The Interstellaria release is a 2LP on black vinyl with blue and white “space” splatter and comes in a jacket with new artwork by Marie Bergeron.
The Ninja Senki release is also a single LP, but comes on a pixelated shuriken picture disc on clear vinyl and comes in a textured jacket with new artwork by Drew Wise. Ninja Senki will be limited to 250 copies.
Both releases will come with a download code for digital copies of the soundtrack.
Interstellaria is ready for shipping on Record Store Day, while Ninja Senki will begin shipping in late June 2017.
Interstellaria can be ordered here now, and Ninja Senki can be preordered here.
The Yetee have just begun taking orders for their release of R23X’s Katamari Fantasy, which features mashups of Katamari Damacy and Final Fantasy music. The release was first sold at this year’s MAGfest.
The release is a flexi disc that comes in a cover featuring artwork by Drew Wise. As something special this will be a timed release and will only be available between February 13 to 15 (ending at 11:23PM CST).
If you’re curious about the music – you can stream the whole thing on Soundbutt here.
It can be ordered via The Yetee here.
iam8bit have just announced that they will be releasing Motoaki Furukawa’s soundtrack to the 1991 arcade game Sunset Riders on vinyl. The release comes out in commemoration of the game’s 25th anniversary.
The release comes on a “clear smoke” 10″ record in a jacket with brand new artwork by Drew Wise. The jacket comes with die-cut bullet holes to match the game’s Western theme.
Preorders have opened now and the release, which is limited to 1000 copies, is scheduled to go out in Q2 2017.
It can be preordered via iam8bit’s US store here or their UK/EU store here.