Various ‎– Rez Infinite

Iam8bit ‎– 8BIT-8037
Vinyl, LP, Orange Marbled
Vinyl, LP, Orange Translucent
Vinyl, 7", Grey Starburst
All Media, Compilation, Remastered, Book

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed ByMPO – 16-0521
  • Pressed ByMPO – 16-0536


This Collector’s Edition vinyl set includes 2xLP of music from the original Rez, completely remastered for vinyl, plus an extra bonus 7-inch record featuring music from the new “Area X” content.

Includes 64-page Retrospective Book with the comprehensive history of Rez's development.

A + B on solid orange and C + D on transparent orange 12" vinyl. X on starburst grey 7" vinyl

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 16-0521NL 8BIT-8037 - A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 16-0521NL 8BIT-8037 - B MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 16-0521NL 8BIT8037 - C MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 16-0521NL 8BIT-8037 - D MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side X1): 16-0536 NL 8BIT-8037 - ARENA X - A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side X2): 16-0536 NL 8BIT-8037 RE-1 - ARENA X - B MPO

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Various Rez Infinite(2x12", Pic + 7", Pic + Comp, Ltd) Iam8bit none US 2017 Sell This Version


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August 14, 2017
So does this include a digital download? The iam8bit store made a reference to a download before the preorders shipped, but it seems that it's since been erased from the description.


June 9, 2017
This is one of my favorite video game soundtracks, sitting up high next to Ridge Racer Type 4 Direct Audio. The whole album has this nice, cohesive, purpose built sound that lends itself perfectly to the gameplay. It's like the two were built around each other. They stayed faithful to the original "A Gamer's Guide To..." version of the soundtrack, with the original version of the Mindkiller tune and not the Origin Unknown remix. Overall, the first two LPs in this collection are very nice and well composed.

Then you get to the bonus tracks and it all falls apart. What the hell were they thinking? These two tracks are completely forgettable, poorly constructed, generic at their worst parts and 100% interchangeable with each other at their best. I feel betrayed as a fan of both the music and the game. They both stand well enough on their own as separate artistic entities, but when they're combined it pulls it into another dimension. This 7 inch feels like stapling a used condom to the Mona Lisa.


May 22, 2017

Excellent pressing. Nice object even if it takes much space among my other records. I suppose this is the definitive version of this OST. All original tracks are there. The 2 extra "WTF" tracks from Hydelic created for the Area-X are utmostly dispensable. Hopefully I can forget them easily as they are on a separate 7".


February 2, 2017

Face E/F tracks sound as crappy house dance music like what you can hear on these awful summer dancefloor compilations, a way far from the original titles... Original style were techno, experimental and transe, nothing to rely with what Hydelic did. So regarding the original EPs, hopefully we just have Fear (Rez Edit) which was missing although it's one of the best track of this ost. Now I'm thinking about 70$ just to get this title...


January 30, 2017
looks and sounds excellent! Fear is still missing the California Soul sample as it was on the old soundtrack release, so it's definitely not new renders or anything like that. the book binding seems a little fragile, so take note.