Garoad ‎– VA-11 HALL-A: Official Soundtrack

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Black Screen Records ‎– BSR017
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Vinyl, LP, Blue/Black Marbled
Vinyl, LP, Pink/Black Marbled
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Limited second pressing on blue/black marbled and pink/black marbled vinyl.

Release includes a folded printed insert, a poster and a download voucher.

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  • Barcode: 4 059251 102281
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): BSR 017 BH82996-01 A1 KR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): BSR 017 BH82996-01 B1 KR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): BSR 017 BH82996-02 C1 KR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): BSR 017 BH82996-02 D1 KR

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BSR017 Garoad VA-11 HALL-A: Official Soundtrack(LP, Blu + LP, Pin + Album) Black Screen Records BSR017 Europe 2017 Sell This Version
BSR017 Garoad VA-11 HALL-A: Official Soundtrack(LP, Blu + LP, Vio + Album, Ltd) Black Screen Records BSR017 US 2018 Sell This Version
BSR017 Garoad VA-11 HALL-A: Official Soundtrack(LP, Blu + LP, Pin + Album, Ltd) Black Screen Records BSR017 Europe 2017 Sell This Version
BSR017 Garoad VA-11 HALL-A: Official Soundtrack(LP, Blu + LP, Pin + Album) Black Screen Records BSR017 Europe 2017 Sell This Version

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October 11, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

I have never played this game as of this writing, but once I heard "Karmotrine Dream", I knew it was a soundtrack that's worth keeping. The homage of '90s 16-bit music blending into a future rendition of jazz makes for a very palatable score, and almost every song on this LP gets me into the groove. Black Screen Records did not make me regret purchasing this soundtrack, while providing some extras to make this a premium package at the paltry price. In terms of vinyl quality, the pressing is pretty good. There are a few scratches present at the start of each LP, but once the songs are playing, any hint of sound distortion are very much non-present. Disk 2, however, does present surface noise on the end of each side that prevents this LP set from being a near-perfect press. That being said, I'm happy that these imperfections never cross the threshold of being unlistenable or an irritation to sensitive ears (which I have).

May the company find the time to repress this soundtrack, because it's worth owning. Great job on the score overall, Garoad.