Spacelab9 have just opened up preorders for their new Fallout 3: 10th Anniversary Box Set as well as the standalone LP “Radio Selections From The Fallout 3 Soundtrack”.
The box set will be a 4LP with 3LPs containing the remastered original score and the last LP containing the radio song selection. The score discs will be available on “Wasteland” clear with black smoke colored vinyl and “Vault Boy 2.0” blue and yellow swirl vinyl. The radio LP comes on black vinyl in both sets. The box also comes with a 7″x7″ baby book and a sticker sheet.The set is limited to 200 copies for each color variant.
The radio songs LP will be on black vinyl and comes in a die-cut LP jacket with art deco-style artwork.
The box set is priced at $125 and the radio songs LP is priced at $35. The box set is scheduled to release in Q3 2019, and there’s no date listed for the radio songs LP, but presumably they will release around the same time.
A post on Modern Vinyl today showed what had been teased for a while – and maybe a little more than that. Inon Zur’s Fallout 3 score will be released by Spacelab9 on a 14-track picture disc sampler (exclusive to Hot Topic) as well as a 3LP + a 7″ blue vinyl housed in a triple gatefold inside a slipcase box that’s being sold by the official Bethesda Store.
There’s no release date confirmed for either, but the picture disc is currently being sold at Spacelab9’s booth at New York Comic Con meaning that they have been pressed.
UPDATE: Spacelab9 has revealed on Facebook that the release date for both will be November 13.