Nine Inch Nails Is Releasing A Vinyl Of The Quake Soundtrack

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It’s the 20th anniversary of the Quake soundtrack this year. So to celebrate, the musicians responsible are releasing a vinyl to celebrate.

The makers being Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails, of course.

The 20th anniversary vinyl was announced earlier this year. It’s only of late that a listing for the LP has popped up on the official Nine Inch Nails storefront. It’s pretty straightforward:

There are a lot of game soundtrack vinyls these days, so it’s only fair that Quake get its dues as well. There’s no price, but judging by the single LPs on their store you can expect to pay between $US20-30 not including shipping, which isn’t too bad.

Alternatively, you could just listen to the full soundtrack on Youtube. It’s about an hour long, and the quality won’t be anywhere near as good as the LP, but it’s there nonetheless.

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