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A special Pokémon Red and Blue soundtrack on vinyl will be released for the special anniversary this month. Moonshake records has taken every single track by composer Junichi Masuda from the original Game Boy games  (plus the theme from the animated TV show) and pressed them up on beautiful red and white swirl wax to look like a Pokéball.Only 500 copies will ever be made, making it an extremely valuable item.

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Pokemon Red & Blue Soundtrack Coming to Vinyl
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The iconic soundtrack for Pokémon Red and Blue is coming to “limited edition” vinyl. This vinyl includes all the track from the original games, as composed by Junichi Masuda. The Pokémon Red and Blue vinyl will cost $50 USD when it goes on sale and it’s limited to 500 copies. You can request to know when it’s in stock right here.

The original soundtrack from the game that started the global Poké-phenomemon, now on limited edition vinyl! Moonshake records has taken every single track by composer Junichi Masuda from the original Game Boy games  (plus the theme from the animated TV show) and pressed them up on beautiful red and white swirl wax to look like a Pokéball. You really can’t deny the massive influence Pokémon has had on generations of gamers (video game and the card guys too). Obviously a must for all the Pokémon trainers out there, old and new. Limited to 500 copies so be quick! 

Pokemon Blue and Red soundtrack to get vinyl edition

Pokemon Blue and Red soundtrack to get vinyl edition

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While most 90’s kids are used to CD players and GameBoys, the 21st century hipster has taken a few technological steps back and have brought with them a revival of vinyls. With the Pokemon franchise’s 20th year anniversary, what better way to celebrate with a limited edition vinyl?

Moonshake Records will be releasing 500 copies of the original Pokemon Red and Blue soundtrack. The vinyl itself is…

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Grab The Original "Pokémon" Game Music On An Attractive Poké Ball Vinyl

If you dug the original music from the classic Pokémon games and want to have it immortalized on vinyl forever, you’re in luck!

You can now purcahse the soundtrack from Pokémon Red and Blue on colored, red-and-white Poké Ball vinyl! Moonshake Records, who’s limiting the vinyl to 500 copies. If you want it, you’ve got to hop on it fast, as the copies are available for purchase on Turntable Lab for $49.95.

It’s pretty clear this isn’t officially sanctioned by Nintendo, and the cover art leaves a lot to be desired, but it’s still a pretty cool buy if you want a unique piece of Pokémon merchandise.

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Pokemon Red & Blue Soundtrack Coming To Vinyl

The sweet, sweet 8-bit sounds of the classic 1996 Pokemon Red and Blue are coming to vinyl records.

Every track from the games will be featured on the vinyl press from Moonshake Records. The albun’s artwork calls back to The Beatle's Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, featuring Charmander, Bulbasaur, Pikachu, and Squirtle at the forefront, the rest of the Pokemon behind them, and some other Nintendo characters by their sides.

The $49.95 album isn’t available just yet but you can, however, request a notification for when it comes in stock. Moonshake is only releasing 500 copies of the album so being ready to purchase on a moment’s notice is your best bet.

2016 marks the 20th birthday of Pokemon. To celebrate the milestone, Nintendo is releasing a 3DS bundle with Red and Blue pre-installed. What better way to play than with your new record jamming in the background?

(via IGN)

Original Pokémon Red and Blue soundtrack getting limited edition vinyl release

Ahead of the series’ 20th anniversary in late February, the soundtrack to original Pokémon games Red, Blue and (for Japan) Green, is being released on vinyl - a perfect gift for the hipster Pokémon fan in your life.

There are a couple of problems however. First, it’s only a limited release, but more importantly the product appears to be a bootleg, with no official backing from The Pokémon Company or Nintendo. This makes it unlikely that it will ever see the light of day.

Moonshake Records is pressing just 500 copies of the soundtrack by Junichi Masuda, each housed in a sleeve bearing cover art featuring all 151 original Pokémon in an homage to the iconic cover of The Beatles’ classic album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Pikachu, Charmander, Squirtle and Bulbasaur are even there, front and centre, dressed as Paul, John, George and Ringo.

A copy will set you back $49.95 (£34.09) before shipping costs. Free shipping is only available to people who make an order of over $99 on the website, and only to the continental United States. International shipping costs are likely to be pricey.

You can sign up to be notified when Moonshake Records is ready to take orders.

Nintendo’s iconic Pokémon series turns 20 on 27 February, when Red, Blue and Yellow (based on the classic cartoon and released after the original games) are all re-released on the Nintendo 3DS virtual console.

The track-listing is as follows…

Title Screen
Pallet Town Theme
Professor Oak
Professor Oak’s Laboratory
A Rival Appears
Road to Viridian City - Leaving Pallet Town
Battle! (Wild Pokemon)
Victory! (Wild Pokemon)
Viridian City Theme
Guide
A Trainer Appears (Girl Version)
Battle! (Trainer Battle)
Victory! (Trainer Battle)
Caves of Mt. Moon
Road to Cerulean City: Leaving Mt. Moon
Cerulean City Theme
Pokemon Gym
Road to Sea Cottage: Leaving Cerulean City
Jigglypuff’s Song
Vermilion City Theme
The S.S. Anne
Poke Flute
Road to Lavender Town: Leaving Vermilion City
Lavender Town Theme
A Trainer Appears (Boy Version)
Battle! (Gym Leader Battle)
Victory! (Gym Leader Battle)
Cycling
Pokemon Tower
Celadon City Theme
Rocket Game Corner
A Trainer Appears (Bad Guy Version)
Rocket Hideout
Silph Co.
The Sea
Cinnabar Island Theme
Pokemon Mansion Theme
Evolution
The Final Road
Final Battle! (Rival)
Hall of Fame
Ending Theme
Pokemon Theme

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Pokemon Red & Blue Soundtrack Coming To Vinyl

The sweet, sweet 8-bit sounds of the classic 1996 Pokemon Red and Blue are coming to vinyl records.

Every track from the games will be featured on the vinyl press from Moonshake Records. The albun’s artwork calls back to The Beatle’s Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, featuring Charmander, Bulbasaur, Pikachu, and Squirtle at the forefront, the rest of the Pokemon behind them, and some other Nintendo characters by their sides.

The $49.95 album isn’t available just yet but you can, however, request a notification for when it comes in stock. Moonshake is only releasing 500 copies of the album so being ready to purchase on a moment’s notice is your best bet.

2016 marks the 20th birthday of Pokemon. To celebrate the milestone, Nintendo is releasing a 3DS bundle with Red and Blue pre-installed. What better way to play than with your new record jamming in the background?

(via IGN)