THE MANDALORIAN Limited Edition Soundtrack Available for Pre-Order on Vinyl

The Mandalorian soundtrack is getting a limited edition release on vinyl. This release will include 3,500 units and share the music that Ludwig Göransson made for season one of The Mandalorian. It will come as an 8XLP Box Set. It will include music from all eight episodes with each episode being pressed on its own 180 Gram vinyl disc. There will also be original artwork by Paul Mann included. Each disc will be housed in a heavy-duty slipcase that will be adorned with Mando’s mudhorn Signet.

Currently, this is available for pre-order on Mondo’s website. With only 3,500 being released, expect these to go fast. It does say on the website that each household is limited to purchasing one copy. The soundtracks will then be shipped no sooner than November 2020. The cost of The Mandalorian Limited Edition Soundtrack on Vinyl is $200.

Here is a look at the artwork for this set:

Chapter 1 and 2

Chapter 3 and 4

Chapter 5 and 6

Chapter 7 and 8

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