Andrew Jeremy’s lo-fi soundtrack is getting repressed on ‘matcha green’ and ‘coffee brown’ vinyl.

The lo-fi hip-hop soundtrack to visual novel Coffee Talk is getting repressed on vinyl as well as a new double-CD release.

14 tracks from the game’s soundtrack, composed by Andrew Jeremy, will once again be pressed on two 180g vinyl discs: one ‘matcha green’ and the other ‘coffee brown’. This double-vinyl album comes with liner notes by the Toge Productions development team, a Coffee Talk logo sticker, and features artwork by Natto.

Customers in Europe can pre-order the Coffee Talk 2xLP album from Black Screen Records whereas those in the UK can place their pre-orders with ChipFreq. North American customers can pre-order the album from Ship to Shore PhonoCo.

The Coffee Talk soundtrack will also be available as a 2-CD album; this release comprises 24 tracks, two of which – “The Way I See” and “Dance in the Shower” – are bonus tracks not included in the digital release. This double-CD release is also available to pre-order now from Black Screen Records, ChipFreq, and Ship to Shore PhonoCo.

The game’s soundtrack is already available from major digital platforms including Amazon Music, Apple Music, Deezer, iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube Music.

Coffee Talk is developed by Toge Productions and available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, macOS, and Windows.