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Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture vinyl soundtrack on sale

Jessica Curry’s beautiful Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture soundtrack is now on vinyl, and there’s a snazzy gold limited edition.

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Everybody's Gone to the Rapture vinyl soundtrack

Whatever your opinion on the slow-paced, combat-free exploration adventure genre, we would defy anyone to not find the Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture score by Jessica Curry haunting and beautiful. Her compositions were one of the absolute gaming highlights of 2015, and in a year that included Fallout 4, Metal Gear Solid V, Splatoon, Super Mario Maker and Bloodborne, that’s really saying something.

Now its composer Jessica has just taken to Twitter to announce that the Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture vinyl soundtrack is now on sale.

Online entertainment retailer Zavvi are carrying the Rapture vinyl soundtrack in gold, while shopping behemoth Amazon are selling it in black. The gold Rapture vinyl soundtrack is be limited to just 500 copies, so they’re likely to disappear fast. It’s initially unclear from the Amazon listing whether the black Rapture vinyl soundtrack is limited, but Jessica herself confirmed on Twitter that the black vinyl version is not a limited pressing.


Buy the Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture vinyl soundtrack from Amazon, or the limited edition gold pressing from Zavvi.


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