Cuphead vinyl soundtrack shipping from publisher iam8bit

Jerry on 2020-10-18
The two-disc Cuphead Standard Edition vinyl soundtrack album reprint has been pressed by iam8bit. The analog record set includes a handpicked selection of jazz and big band recordings composed by Kristofer Maddigan, percussionist and drummer based in Toronto, Canada.

Featuring music from the run'n gun soundtrack for Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, the album also contains previously unpublished solos and comes in 1930s style packaging designed by developer Studio MDHR.

Two behind-the-scenes recordings are viewable on YouTube, courtesy of the developer. The 50-track digital soundtrack is available for purchase through Bandcamp, and streaming on Apple Music and Spotify. The analog record set also ships from distributor PixelCrib in Melbourne, Australia.

From the product page:
While Toronto-based percussionist and composer Kristofer Maddigan didn’t write the soundtrack for the video game Cuphead to be listened to as an album straight through, the music stands on its own, thanks to the sterling live band performances in a host of early-20th-century styles. Matching the game's vintage look with original music of a similar mood, Maddigan delves into solo piano and orchestral ragtime, marches, heart-pumping big-band blowouts (like “Botanic Panic,” “Threatenin’ Zeppelin,” and “Aviary Action”), and even barbershop quartet and tap dance.
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