Preorders open at Black Screen for Dark Souls Trilogy Vinyl Soundtracks
Featuring music composed by Motoi Sakuraba and Yuka Kitamura, additional tracks are by Tsukasa Saitoh and Nobuyoshi Suzuki. Dark Souls series vinyl soundtrack ship separately from distributor PixelCrib of Melbourne, Australia. The Dark Souls digital soundtrack albums are streaming on Spotify, YouTube Music and Amazon Music Unlimited.
The action role-playing games developed by FromSoftware and published by Namco Bandai Games are available for Windows through Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
From the product page:
In 2009, Dark Souls was unleashed upon an unsuspecting gaming world and would quickly become one of the most critically acclaimed games in all of gaming history, for both it’s punishingly-challenging gameplay and it’s dark, brooding and often outright terrifying soundtrack by industry legend Motoi Sakuraba.Black Screen Records - Dark Souls Trilogy Vinyl Soundtracks
The highly anticipated sequel to 2009’s Dark Souls was released with much fanfare in March 2014. As with it’s predecessor, the intricate and moody score music struck a chord with fans of both composer Motoi Sakuraba and the game franchise, topping many a “best of 2014” list.
Upon release in March 2016, Dark Souls III became the fastest-selling game in Bandai Namco’s history, selling over three million copies worldwide within the ﬁrst two months after release. The game’s original score was primarily written by Dark Souls II and Bloodborne composer, Yuka Kitamura, and performedby the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra.
Black Screen Records - Dark Souls Trilogy Soundtracks (CD)
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You can now pre-order the Darksouls Trilogy on 3xLP vinyl at our store. Believe in fate and better be fast because we only got a limited quantity of this release.
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