Streets of Rage vinyl soundtrack jump kicks onto Data Discs label

Jerry on 2016-04-30
The Streets of Rage soundtrack album, published by Data Discs, is back in stock in translucent red vinyl.

The London-based publisher has posted two preview tracks to SoundCloud, featuring music from the classic Sega brawler by series composer Yuzo Koshiro. Audio is sourced from the original NEC PC-88 files, recorded and supplied in 32bit/96kHz by the composer, in combination with a 32bit/96kHz direct capture from a PAL Mega Drive (HD, VA4, non-TMSS) Yamaha YM2612 sound chip, running at 60Hz through a stereo output mod.

The digital edition of the remastered soundtrack is available for purchase through Bandcamp. Excerpts from the digital release of the PC-8801 edition of Streets of Rage, entitled "Yuzo Koshiro Best Selection Vol.6," are streaming on Apple Music.


From the product page:
Pressed on 180g translucent red vinyl and packaged in artwork sourced from the SEGA archives. All copies include a traditional OBI strip and 2 x lithographic prints featuring cover illustrations from the Japanese and US/EU editions of the game. Audio sourced from the original NEC PC-88 files, recorded and supplied by Yuzo Koshiro, in combination with a 32bit/96kHz capture from a Mega Drive console.
Data Discs - Streets of Rage Vinyl
(Archival URL [5-01-16] on archive.org.)

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