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Vinyl Soundtracks Coming for Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X and 0

In their latest partnership with Capcom, Laced Records is preparing to bring two more bring Resident Evil soundtracks to vinyl. Their latest editions to be shipping in January 2020 is Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X and Resident Evil 0. Both will feature amazing artwork by the highly talented, Boris Moncel.

Resident Evil CODE: Veronica

Resident Evil CODE: Veronica vinyl
Resident Evil CODE: Veronica vinyl

The soundtrack for Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X was composed by Takeshi Miura, Hijiri Anze, and Sanae Kasahara. The music is an amazing addition to the series and held its own against Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2, which had its music completed by different musicians.

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This release comes on high quality, 180g heavyweight green double vinyl housing in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with Boris’ amazing artwork. You can add the Resident Evil: Code Veronica X vinyl to your collection for $36 USD.

Resident Evil 0

Resident Evil 0 vinyl
Resident Evil 0 vinyl

Up next is 2002’s Resident Evil 0 soundtrack. Similar to CODE: Veronica, Resident Evil 0 also had a new composer, Seiko Kobuchi. The music for this title was similar to other great soundtracks in the series like the original Resident Evil 2. Kobuchi was successful in establishing a unique feel in the music and it’s definitely one of the best in the series.

This piece also comes with the same great package as CODE: Veronica, with the exception of yellow vinyl and of course, different artwork. Add this to your collection for $36 USD.

Shipping should start in January 2020, so make sure to get your pre-order in now. As this is a limited release, once they’re out, they’re gone forever.

What title soundtracks would you like to see come next? Hopefully Capcom and Laced will continue their partnership so we can see a Resident Evil 3: Nemesis vinyl release!

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