The Marble Blue vinyl edition is limited to 500 copies.
Pre-orders for the Skies of Arcadia Eternal Soundtrack are now available from the Wayô Records website.
Music from the Japanese role-playing game Skies of Arcadia, composed by Yutaka Minobe and Tatsuyuki Maeda, has been pressed on vinyl as well as being available on CD. Some of the tracks are fully orchestrated with performances by the Skies of Arcadia Symphony Orchestra.
The 3-CD edition of the Skies of Arcadia Eternal Soundtrack comprises 69 tracks of music from the game, originally released back in 2000 for the Dreamcast.
The packaging features new artwork created by Skies of Arcadia designer Itsuki Hoshi especially for this re-release.
Included are two arrangements by pianist Ramon van Engelenhoven, one of which is a 15-minute medley that’s released under the Wayô Piano Collection brand.
A 24-page booklet comes with more artwork and comments from the original development team.
The vinyl release of the Skies of Arcadia Eternal Soundtrack comprises 30 tracks on three 180g LPs, each with its own illustrated sleeve, with packaging once again featuring artwork by Hoshi.
Once more, the piano arrangements are on a separate disc and a 24-page booklet includes artwork and comments from the original team.
This vinyl release is available in two editions: the regular Normal Edition which comes with blue vinyl discs and the First Print Edition which includes marble blue vinyl discs, the latter of which is limited to 500 copies.
Both CD and vinyl pre-orders include different illustrated shikishi art; the vinyl edition shikishi is limited to 250 copies.
For more information including full tracklistings, please visit the Wayô Records website.