Resident Evil 4’s soundtrack is coming to vinyl this summer. Set for a release date of June 2020, the vinyl features remastered audio from the Nintendo Game Cube title. The collaboration between Capcom and Laced Records, also features new sleeve artwork from Boris Moncel.
So, the vinyl features an original score from composers Shusaku Uchiyama and Misao Senbongi. They delivered iconic tracks such as ‘Serenity’ and ‘Save Theme’. Now, all 61 tracks can be enjoyed in all its remastered glory, so you can relive those classic moments from the original 2005 Nintendo Game Cube title.
Better still, the soundtrack comes pressed onto audiophile-quality, 180g heavyweight vinyl LPs in a special gatefold box set. Plus, it’s available in Standard and Limited Editions (black or ‘muddy gold’ discs). These are exclusive to Laced Records.
Resident Evil 4’s soundtrack is available at a price of £70 or $80, yet only available in North America and EMEA (Europe, Middle-East, and Africa).
Recently, it was announced the soundtrack to Resident Evil 3: Nemesis would be released on vinyl. The original score from the 1999 classic is a collaboration between Laced Records and Capcom. Shipping begins later this month, also available as a deluxe double edition.
The Guardian described Resident Evil 3’s remake as “a well thought-out and nicely executed modern refresh of a survival horror classic – and welcome slab of (almost) escapism to enliven our current house-bound lives.”
On April 3, Resident Evil 3 saw it’s official release date across the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. This third reboot in the franchise follows on from 2019’s highly successful Resident Evil 2.
So, considering we’re on lockdown, cranking up this soundtrack would be a decent way to spend some free time.