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Hotline Miami Vinyl Release Fully Funded on Kickstarter

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It’s been a long time coming but one of the soundtracks most fitting of a vinyl release will soon see its first pressing. Dennaton Games, Devolver Digital and Laced Records have teamed up to bring the throbbing, dark and diverse soundtrack from Hotline Miami to a 3-LP release this June. 

The first run of the album will be limited to 5,000 copies and if you’re at all interested in the physical release you may want to hurry on over to the kickstarter page. The cheapest tier has already been sold out but a few thousand of the $50 version are still available. Higher tiers that include posters of the new album artwork and signed editions are also up for grabs. Here are a few more details on the packaging and some new tracks included in the mix:

Spread across three 12” 180 gram discs, the soundtrack comes packaged in a deluxe gatefold sleeve featuring brand new cover artwork by original Hotline Miami artist Niklas Akerblad. Featuring remastered versions of all 22 tracks from the original game, this collector’s edition also includes 4 new bonus tracks from Perturbator, M|O|O|N, El Huervo and Jasper Byrne. Additional artwork is provided by Protski, an artist hand-picked by Dennaton Games whose neon-drenched depiction of The Masks adorns the inner sleeve.

As of this writing the kickstarter has already received nearly double its initial goal of $56,792 with 26 days to go. It’s a pretty safe bet that by June backers will have this super slick vinyl release in hand or on its way. Check out the kickstarter page for more or if you suddenly need a quick hit of electronic brooding you can stream the original soundtrack on Soundcloud.

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