Owning all of Persona 5’s 110 songs on vinyl will take a big bite out of your wallet.
Atlus has teamed up with iam8bit to bring Persona 5‘s soundtrack to vinyl, and while you can find it over on iTunes for $30, hardcore fans of the game and its music might want to invest in one of the two versions available.
The Essential Edition will set you back $100 and features a selection of tracks over four records, curated by Atlus Sound Team, “including P5’s most popular music.”
For an extra $25, you can pre-order the six LP Deluxe Edition which includes all 110 songs from the game. There’s a limited pressing of 1,000 copies, so you might as well shell out the difference and grab the Deluxe Edition if you’re eyeing up the vinyl anyway.
The custom art cover hasn’t been revealed yet, but you can pre-order now.
The music is described as “jazzy, poppy, energetic musical magic that you’ll find yourself unconsciously whistling throughout the day. From upbeat vocally-driven songs (many featuring the incomparable throaty gusto of Japanese soul singer, Lyn Inaizumi) to more contemplative, instrumental riffs – it’s an impressive ensemble of tunes.”
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