Plans For "Urotsukidoji" Vinyl Soundtrack Release Announced

Records available for pre-order on December 17 and will ship the second week of February

Following last week's teaser, now it's here. Tiger Lab Vinyl has announced the launch of their fourth release, UROTSUKIDOJI: Legend Of The Overfiend, available for pre-order here on December 17. Records will ship the
second week of February. This time Heba Kadry of Timeless Mastering NYC will be working on remastering the electronic compositions of Masamichi Amano, also known for his impactful work on the Battle Royale movies and Giant Robo OVA. 


Tiger Lab Vinyl describes the project

The most notorious anime to ever be released is finally receiving its first ever vinyl treatment. Tiger Lab Vinyl , in association with Q.L.M. and the Tohokushinsha Film Corporation bring this tentacle masterpiece that started it all to the turntable. Masamichi Amano’s score to the unsettling and frenzied adult saga known as UROTSUKIDOJI, is the perfect companion piece to the visual madness.

Heba Kadry of Timeless Mastering NYC continues to use her magic behind the boards, remastering 18 tracks of symphonic and electronic mayhem. With mammoth sized themes that take you on an offbeat journey lasting over an hour, Amano’s work has never sounded better. Urotsukidoji: Legend Of The Overfiend is the sound of the quintessential adult fairy tale.




Track listing:
Side A
1. Legend Of The Overfiend
2. Campus Theme
3. Charmer and Half Beast
Side B
4. Ozaki’s Transformation
5. Birth Of The Overfiend
6. September 1st, 1923
7. Oceanic Overlord
8. Vengeful Nik
9. Enter Suikakuji
Side C
10. Battle Among The Skyscrapers
11. Niki's Final Moments
12. The Mystery Of Osaka Castle
13. Suikakuju's Rebirth

14. Nagumo And Akemi
15. Rebirth Of The Oceanic Overlord
Side D
16. The True Overfiend
17. A New World
18. Wandering Child (BGM Collection)
Gatefold packaging and artwork created by Sam Pfannkuche.
Available in limited Tentacle Burst vinyl (subbers and webstore exclusive only), and Overfiend
Pink (retail version).




Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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