Star Wars – The Ultimate Vinyl Collection – The Ultimate Way to Listen to Star Wars Music!

Think of great movie soundtracks and any list would have to include the iconic music of Star Wars. One of the best ways to listen to Star Wars is on vinyl. Now, ThinkGeek.com is offering a collection of both soundtracks for the original and prequel trilogies! It has over 80 songs from the first six Star Wars movies, composed by John Williams himself! This collection also includes a digital download card for the soundtracks. They are encased in deluxe gatefold sleeves that replicate the original artwork.

Star Wars – The Ultimate Collection Track Listing
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  • 1-A1 Star Wars Main Title And The Arrival At Naboo
  • 1-A2 Duel Of The Fates
  • 1-A3 Anakin’s Theme
  • 1-A4 Jar Jar’s Introduction And The Swim To Otoh Gunga
  • 1-A5 The Sith Spacecraft And The Droid Battle
  • 1-B1 The Trip To The Naboo Temple And The Audience With Boss Nass
  • 1-B2 The Arrival At Tatooine And The Flag Parade
  • 1-B3 He Is The Chosen One
  • 1-B4 Anakin Defeats Sebulba
  • 1-B5 Passage Through The Planet Core
  • 1-C1 Watto’s Deal And Kids At Play
  • 1-C2 Panaka And The Queen’s Protectors
  • 1-C3 Queen Amidala And The Naboo Palace
  • 1-C4 The Droid Invasion And The Appearance Of Darth Maul
  • 1-D1 Qui-Gon’s Noble End
  • 1-D2 The High Council Meeting And Qui-Gon’s Funeral
  • 1-D3 Augie’s Great Municipal Band And End Credits
Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones
  • 2-A1 Star Wars Main Title And Ambush On Coruscant
  • 2-A2 Across The Stars (Love Theme From Star Wars: Episode II)
  • 2-A3 Zam The Assassin And The Chase Through Coruscant
  • 2-B1 Yoda And The Younglings
  • 2-B2 Departing Coruscant
  • 2-B3 Anakin And Padmé
  • 2-B4 Jango’s Escape
  • 2-B5 The Meadow Picnic
  • 2-C1 Bounty Hunter’s Pursuit
  • 2-C2 Return To Tatooine
  • 2-C3 The Tusken Camp And The Homestead
  • 2-D1 Love Pledge And The Arena
  • 2-D2 Confrontation With Count Dooku And Finale
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith
  • 3-A1 Star Wars And The Revenge Of The Sith
  • 3-A2 Anakin’s Dream
  • 3-A3 Battle Of The Heroes
  • 3-B1 Anakin’s Betrayal
  • 3-B2 General Grievous
  • 3-B3 Palpatine’s Teachings
  • 3-B4 Grievous And The Droids
  • 3-C1 Padmé’s Ruminations
  • 3-C2 Anakin Vs Obi-Wan
  • 3-C3 Anakin’s Dark Deeds
  • 3-C4 Enter Lord Vader
  • 3-C5 The Immolation Scene
  • 3-D1 Grievous Speaks To Lord Sidious
  • 3-D2 The Birth of the Twins and Padme’s Destiny – Medley
  • 3-D3 A New Hope And End Credits
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  • 4-A1 Main Title
  • 4-A2 Imperial Attack
  • 4-A3 Princess Leia’s Theme
  • 4-A4 The Desert And The Robot Auction
  • 4-B1 Ben Kenobi’s Death / Tie Fighter Attack
  • 4-B2 The Little People Work
  • 4-B3 Resue Of The Princess
  • 4-B4 Inner City
  • 4-B5 Cantina Band
  • 4-C1 The Land Of The Sandpeople
  • 4-C2 Mouse Robot And Blasting Off
  • 4-C3 The Return Home
  • 4-C4 The Walls Converge
  • 4-C5 The Princess Appears
  • 4-D1 The Millenium Falcon / Imperial Cruiser Pursuit
  • 4-D2 The Throne Room And End Title
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • 5-A1 Star Wars (Main Theme)
  • 5-A2 Yoda’s Theme
  • 5-A3 The Training Of A Jedi Knight
  • 5-A4 The Heroics Of Luke And Han
  • 5-B1 The Imperial March (Darth Vader’s Theme)
  • 5-B2 Departure Of Boba Fett
  • 5-B3 Han Solo And The Princess
  • 5-B4 Hyperspace
  • 5-B5 The Battle In The Snow
  • 5-C1 The Asteroid Field
  • 5-C2 The City In The Clouds
  • 5-C3 Rebels At Bay
  • 5-C4 Yoda And The Force
  • 5-D1 The Duel
  • 5-D2 The Magic Tree
  • 5-D3 Lando’s Palace
  • 5-D4 Finale
Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi
  • 6-A1 Main Title (The Story Continues)
  • 6-A2 Into The Trap
  • 6-A3 Luke And Leia
  • 6-A4 Parade Of The Ewoks
  • 6-A5 Han Solo Returns (At The Court Of Jabba The Hutt)
  • 6-A6 Lapti Nek (Jabba’s Palace Band)
  • 6-B1 The Forest Battle
  • 6-B2 Rebel Briefing
  • 6-B3 The Emperor
  • 6-B4 The Return Of The Jedi
  • 6-B5 Ewok Celebration And Finale

The Star Wars soundtracks are just as iconic as the movies they accompany. With the price being $119.99, each soundtrack comes in at about $20. Individually these LPs are generally much more expensive than $20 if they can be found at all. Which soundtrack are you most excited about in this collection? Let us know in the comments below!

Star Wars – The Ultimate Collection can be purchased here.

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