The Mega Man X Series Is Getting A Vinyl Soundtrack

Capcom and Laced Records announced this morning that a whole Mega Man X collection would be removing a vinyl soundtrack release. This is going to be one ruin of a collection for fans of a authorization as this will camber all 8 games from 1993 until 2004. Officially being called a Mega Man X 1-8: The Collection, this will be a fine eight-disc box set featuring 210 marks from a series. The collection itself will run we $145 total, that we can now pre-order as it will boat someday in Sep 2020. You can review some-more about a collection below, as good as check out a extraordinary design for a cover and a annals themselves, and all a sleeves that will take we behind by time and remind we of a highs and lows of a whole franchise.

A demeanour during a cover of a Mega Man X vinyl soundtrack, pleasantness of Laced Records.

Launched on a Super NES as a gaming universe transitioned from 8-bit to 16-bit consoles, a Mega Man X series introduced some-more mobility to a action-platforming series, as good as new plotlines and characters including X, Zero, and Axl.

Composers embody Setsuo Yamamoto (Mega Man X), Yuki “Sato” Iwai (Mega Man X Mega Man X2), Yuko Takehara (Mega Man X), Makoto “Tomozou” Tomozawa (Mega Man X), Kinuyo Yamashita (Mega Man X3), Toshihiko Horiyama (Mega Man X4), Naoto Tanaka (Mega Man X5) and Akemi Kimura (Mega Man X6, Mega Man X7 Mega Man X8); Yuko Komiyama, Shinya “Midnight” Okada and Seiko Kobuchi (Mega Man X7 Mega Man X8 as ‘Capcom Sound Team’); Makoto Asai, Teruo Konishi, Shuichi Mizohata, Noriyuki Iwadare and Takuya Miyawaki (Mega Man X7 as ‘Valuewave’); and a song of Yasuaki “Bun Bun” Fujita and original Mega Man composer Manami Matsumae.

Every lane for a Mega Man X 1-8: The Collection has been remastered privately for this recover and will be pulpy onto 8 audiophile-quality, heavyweight 180g vinyl LPs. These come finished in fine spined middle sleeves, housed in a oppulance firm house trip case. The box set facilities code new strange design by illustrator and Mega Man maven UltimateMaverickX.

A demeanour during a finish package of a Mega Man X vinyl soundtrack, pleasantness of Laced Records.

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