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No Man’s Sky Original Soundtrack Available for Pre-Order on Vinyl, CD and Digital

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65daysofstatic just announced that pre-orders are available for their upcoming soundtrack to No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe. The soundtrack will be released by Laced Records digitally and on CD June 17, 2016 and will get two separate vinyl releases in Q3 2016. The soundtrack to No Man’s Sky was #10 my list of Top 10 Anticipated Soundtracks after E3 last year.

Laced Records states on their website that:

“No Man’s Sky’s procedurally generated universe is unlike anything yet seen in the gaming world, and 65daysofstatic’s sonic assault is equally ambitious. The release itself comprises 10 tracks of original music, plus a second collection of 6 soundscapes and sound design, an all-encompassing journey of almost two hours. The 6 additional soundscapes are exclusive to the Laced Records release. No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe is equally grand in its ambition, an experimental and overwhelming sonic experience that pushes 65dos into new territory while retaining their innate sense of relentlessness, driving rhythm, and a tune you can hum.”

No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe:

1. Monolith
2. Supermoon
3. Asimov
4. Heliosphere
5. Blueprint for a Slow Machine
6. Pillars of Frost
7. Escape Velocity
8. Red Parallax
9. Hypersleep
10. End of the World Sun

1. NMS_exteriorAtmos1 / False Suns
2. Tomorrow / Lull / Celestial Feedback
3. Departure / Shortwave / Noisetest
4. temporalDissent / ascension_test1 / koaecax
5. Borealis / Contrastellar
6. Outlier / EOTWS_Variation1

You can listen to track 2 of the album titled “Supermoon” below from 65daysofstatic’s Soundcloud page.

According to Laced Records the above artwork is not final, but you can check out their complete pre-order options on their website. iam8bit is also taking pre-orders for a vinyl release scheduled for Q3 2016, which also has some pretty snazzy artwork not labelled as final. Personally both of the cover designs look great to me.

Are you looking forward to the No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe album?

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