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Fallout 4 original score gets gorgeous limited-edition vinyl set

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Fallout 4's original score is being pressed onto vinyl records for a limited-edition package that fans can now pre-order from the Bethesda Store, ThinkGeek announced today.

To be clear, this is Fallout 4's score, which was composed by Inon Zur — not the soundtrack of licensed music, such as hits by The Ink Spots, that plays on in-game radio stations. The 65-track score runs for more than three and a half hours, and comes in a box set of six blue vinyl LPs in three full-color gatefold jackets. Only 3,000 sets are being produced, according to the product page in the Bethesda Store.

Interested parties can pre-order the Fallout 4 Deluxe Vinyl Soundtrack for $125; it is scheduled to be released July 1. The back of the package can be seen below.

Fallout 4 Deluxe Vinyl Soundtrack back 800

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