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Lena RaineCeleste Original Soundtrack

Label:Ship To Shore Phonograph Co. – STS-028
Vinyl, LP, Blue & White Swirl Opaque
Vinyl, LP, Blue Green Translucent
All Media, Album, Limited Edition
Genre:Electronic, Stage & Screen
Style:Breakbeat, Hip Hop, Soundtrack, Video Game Music


A2First Steps
A5Postcard From Celeste Mountain
B1Checking In
B2Spirit Of Hospitality
B3Scattered And Lost
C1Quiet And Falling
C2In The Mirror
C3Madeline And Theo
D2Confronting Myself
D3Little Goth
D4Reach For The Summit
D6My Dearest Friends

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Exclusive Yetee variant limited to 500 copies in gatefold jacket.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 171597E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 171597E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, stamped): 171597E3/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, stamped): 171597E4/A

Other Versions (5 of 8)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Celeste Original Soundtrack (21×File, FLAC, 24-bit)Radical DreamlandnoneUS2018
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Celeste Original Soundtrack (LP, Album, Pink, LP, Album, Purple)Ship To Shore Phonograph Co.STS-028US2018
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Celeste Original Soundtrack (2×LP, Album, Crystal Clear)Ship To Shore Phonograph Co.STS-028US2018
New Submission
Celeste Original Soundtrack (LP, Purple In Translucent Blue w/ White Splatter [Aurora], LP, Translucent Red w/ White Splatter [Strawberry], All Media, Album, Limited Edition)Ship To Shore Phonograph Co.STS-028US2019
New Submission
Celeste Original Soundtrack (Cassette, Album)Ship To Shore Phonograph Co.STS-028US2019


Side-D's avatar
Edited 3 years ago
Beautiful soundtrack in a largely solid pressing, but it is a soundtrack where I had to take some time to settle. A good portion of tracks have long passages to focus on their ambiance before delivering on the slick beats. Said passages is also why this vinyl release had to be truncated from its digital album, omitting two tracks and shortening a few others due to space limitations. "Reach For The Summit" is the most extreme example, cutting down an 11-minute escalation piece into a 3-minute compilation. But give Lena Raine her dues, the short version of Summit sounds complete enough that I don't notice its omissions, and her alterations are virtually seamless.

In making a progressive hip-hop sound with chilling acoustics, it has the contemporary mood of a haunted house tale with an undercurrent of human anxiety. Having not played the game, I'm only familiar with its subject matter, which is frankly a dime-a-dozen with this industry. Still, the music has this operatic tone that virtually tells the story from its melodies so I feel for the intents that game wants to express. How can anyone not feel the lows ("In The Mirror") and highs ("Confronting Myself") that covers Side C to Side D? I do feel rewarded listening to the entire album in go, and that's likely how it's meant to be listened on the score's own.

{extra anecdotes}

- Can't help but wonder if Aivi & Surasshu is an influence for Raine's music. There's a familiar sound with the way the duo and her mix harmonious piano pieces with video-gamey themes depending on the set pieces.

- Disappointed that STS uses paper sleeves to store these LPs. It wasn't long ago that I complained about this with Laced Records' "The Talos Principle" and hoped it wouldn't happen again so shortly. Always thought VGM LPs serve a norm for using poly-lined sleeves, but I was wrong.