Lakeshore Records (in North America) and Invada Records (internationally) announced over the weekend a new limited edition vinyl reissues of both volumes of the “Stranger Things” soundtrack, as well as a deluxe box set, reports Pitchfork.
“The new editions are out July 14 and feature the albums on colored vinyl with new artwork. Additionally, they will includes liner notes from the show’s creators (the Duffer Brothers) and soundtrack composers (Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of S U R V I V E), as well as a fold-out poster. Lakeshore will release Volume 1 and Volume 2 as separate volumes, each with different colored vinyl. “Character cards” portraying the kids from the show will be included with Volume 1 and ones portraying the adults will come with Volume 2.
“Invada will release the box set, which will house both volumes of the soundtrack on colored vinyl exclusive to the box. Below, find images of Invada’s box set and Lakeshore’s individual releases.”
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