Barry “Epoch” Topping’s vaporwave soundtrack gets pressed on clear vinyl.
Music label Black Screen Records has announced that the soundtrack to open-world exploration and investigation game Paradise Killer is getting repressed on vinyl as well as a double-CD release.
The game’s vaporwave soundtrack, composed by Barry “Epoch” Topping, will be pressed on two 180g crystal clear vinyl discs. The soundtrack includes additional performances by singer Fiona Lynch, saxophonist Fabian Hernandez, and guitarist Thomas Temple.
(The original release of this album was pressed on curacao and pink coloured vinyl discs.)
The repress of the Paradise Killer 2xLP soundtrack can be pre-ordered now from the Black Screen Records online store ahead of its release in August.
This double-vinyl album includes new artwork by Mizucat, an enamel pin, A2 poster, and a download code for the digital soundtrack which can be redeemed from Bandcamp.
The soundtrack to Paradise Killer is also releasing as a 2-CD album. This double-CD variant features original artwork by José Salot, comes with an enamel pin, and can also be pre-ordered now ahead of its May release.
North American customers can pre-order the 2xLP release from the Ship to Shore PhonoCo. online store where an exclusive splatter variant of the album is available; the double-CD variant is also available.
The Paradise Killer soundtrack is widely available from digital platforms including Amazon Music, Apple Music, Bandcamp, Deezer, iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube Music.
Paradise Killer is developed by Kaizen Game Works and available for Nintendo Switch and Windows.