Comic-Con at Home might not be as thrilling as the usual convention fun that arrives of San Diego, but there are still some exciting reveals coming out of the virtual panels that have been released over the past day or two. In fact, last night’s Mondo panel for the Art of Soundtracks teased two upcoming releases which will be must-haves for collectors of vinyl soundtracks.
Though details remain being finalized for both these releases, Mondo provided a sneak peek at an enormous vinyl box set for score from the first season of The Mandalorian, and a 10th anniversary release of Daft Punk‘s score from TRON Legacy. Get a review of both of these slick new vinyl releases below.
The Mandalorian Vinyl Soundtrack Box Set
Originally designed for a release at Comic-Con, all the details for The Mandalorian vinyl box set couldn’t be sorted out with time. But Mondo still hopes to release it before the 2nd season of the show arrives this fall, so we should be getting official word soon on where and when this box set will arrive.
The Mandalorian vinyl soundtrack box set for the very first season is and 8xLP release, with Ludwig Göransson‘s score for every episode having a separate record. Each episode’s score even offers its own sleeve with artwork created by artist Paul Mann. The one pictured above is from the first episode, and as you care able to see, they all come housed in a box colored like Beskar armor, featuring The Mandalorian’s signet of the mudhorn.
As of now there aren’t any pricing details, but we’re excited to hear more about this release.
TRON Legacy 10th Anniversary Vinyl
Daft Punk’s score for TRON Legacy is basically considered to be among the best scores of the decade, probably even the 21st century. It’s been 10 years since we heard their electronic beats grace the giant screen, and Mondo is giving the soundtrack a 10th anniversary release that fans will go crazy for.
There aren’t any specific information on how this soundtrack might or may well not differ from the prior vinyl release of the score, nevertheless the real feature is the artwork that’s being done by Matt Taylor. Pictured above is just the slipcase of the vinyl release, and they couldn’t show anymore of it because this isn’t an approved release yet, and the rest of the artwork requires likeness rights deals and whatnot. But since this is a 10th anniversary release, they’ll contain it ready prior to later.
Again, no pricing details were offered by this time, but we’ll make sure to keep you posted.
If you’re interested, you can view Mondo’s entire Art of Soundtracks panel below:
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