LSD Revamped triple vinyl ships from Light in the Attic

Jerry on 2021-10-16
Digital artist and photographer Osamu Sato composed the soundtrack for exploration game LSD: Dream Emulator, published for PlayStation in 1998. Previously the artist had designed a point-and-click adventure game for Windows and Mac, funded by Sony Music Entertainment Japan, titled Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong Nou.

Commemorating the 20th anniversary of the game's publication, the composer collaborated with various artists to produce an arrangement album inspired by the PlayStation soundtrack. The compact disc release "LSD and Remixes," published by Music Mine, included a new rendition of "Long Tall Eyelash," along with a remix by DJ Ken Ishii.

Record label Ship to Shore of Brooklyn published the three-disc analog record set "LSD Revamped" in 2018. The vinyl publication includes additional tracks, among them a Quarta 330 remix of "Say Cheese." The physical release ships from distributors Light in the Attic in Seattle and disk union in Japan. The digital edition of "LSD Revamped" is available for purchase through Bandcamp, and streaming on Spotify and Amazon Music Unlimited.


From the product page:
Ship to Shore PhonoCo. is proud to present the vinyl debut of Osamu Sato’s LSD Revamped. Created in honor of the 20th anniversary of the cult hit Playstation game LSD Dream Emulator, LSD Revamped finds Mr. Sato revisitng his work, as well as enlisting a myriad of artists to produce remixes of the tracks. One of the most experimental and fascinating games and soundtracks of all time, this album should have a place on any serious collectors shelf
Light in the Attic - LSD Revamped 3XLP

disk union - LSD AND REMIXES NEW ORIGINALS AND REMIXES

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