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16-bit Halo arrangement album up for preorder via Respawned

Respawned Records have just announced their “Demastered” series, which will be a series of modern game soundtrack demastered to appear as if they were 16-bit SNES soundtracks. The first soundtrack to get the demaster treatment is the soundtrack to the classic first-person shooter Halo.

The release will be a single LP available in two color variants – “Chief” green & orange swirl colored vinyl, and “Cortana” purple & black swirl colored vinyl. They will be limited to 500 copies each.
It will be housed in a regular LP jacket with new artwork by Tom Pollock Jr. and will include an insert.

It is priced at $28 and is scheduled to release in late Q1 2021. It can be preordered from Respawned Records here.
European customers can preorder from Black Screen Records here.

Halo Demastered - Front & Green Vinyl
Halo Demastered - Purple Vinyl
Halo Demastered - Back Cover

Orchestral album “Gaming In Symphony” to be released on vinyl

EuroArts have announced that they will be releasing a selection of tracks from the orchestral album “Gaming In Symphony” on vinyl. The album will feature music from Uncharted 2, Assassin’s Creed II, Grim Fandango, World Of Warcraft, and the Halo trilogy.
There is also a gaming legacy medley with music from F-Zero, DOOM, Castlevania, Sonic the Hedgehog, Street Fighter II, and Super Mario Bros.

The release will be a 140g black vinyl single LP housed in a regular LP jacket with original cover art.

The price varies a bit depending on the retailer, but is around €20-25. It is scheduled to release on June 14, 2019. It can be preordered on Amazon Germany here and there’s a page for Amazon US here (although it is not available to preorder yet there).

Gaming In Symphony - Front