Laced Records presses Resident Evil 0 double vinyl GameCube score

Jerry on 2020-12-01
London-based record label Laced Records has pressed the Resident Evil 0 GameCube soundtrack to vinyl. The two-disc analog record release ships from distributor PixelCrib in Australia.

The fifth major installment in the Resident Evil franchise takes place prior to the events of the first game, in which S.T.A.R.S. Bravo team member Rebecca Chambers investigates Umbrella Corporation's laboratory and abandoned training facilities in the Arklay Mountains near Raccoon City.

Laced Records' two-disc release features 70 music tracks from the 2002 GameCube score, composed by Seiko Kobuchi, including remastered audio. The vinyl soundtrack has been pressed to audiophile-quality, 180-gram heavyweight vinyl, housed in gatefold sleeves. Original cover artwork is by Boris Moncel.

Capcom ported a high-definition remaster of Resident Evil 0 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The developer's digital album "Resident Evil 0 Best Track Collection" is available for streaming through Amazon Music and Apple Music. The one-hour album includes 71 music tracks from the third-person survival horror prequel.

From the product page:
Laced Records in partnership with Capcom brings us 70 tracks from original 2002 GameCube soundtrack on black audiophile vinyl. We are excited to bring all you fans the double LPs for Resident Evil 0, boasting remastered audio, and original artwork by Boris Moncel. The audio has been remastered specifically for these releases, and will be pressed onto audiophile-quality, 180g heavyweight black vinyl LPs housed in striking gatefold sleeves.
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