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Fallout Prime Video Series Soundtrack Is Up For Preorder And Already Topping Charts

The gorgeous vinyl collection includes two yellow and blue discs, along with a slipcover featuring artwork from the Fallout TV show.


The Fallout TV series is an unequivocal hit, earning positive reviews from critics and pulling in millions of viewers since launching on April 10. And, much like the games it's based on, the Fallout TV series was accompanied by an impressive score, featuring hits from Nat King Cole, The Ink Spots, and other popular artists. If you found yourself tapping your feet to the music, you might want to consider preordering the Fallout Original Amazon Series Soundtrack, which arrives on June 14 and features two gorgeous vinyl records along with a few collectibles.

The Fallout soundtrack is following a common theme for anything Fallout-related right now. Just as the games have seen a huge resurgence in popularity, the soundtrack has actually passed Taylor Swift's The Tortured Poets Department on Amazon's CDs and Vinyls charts. We're not sure what the formula is for Amazon's bestseller charts, but at least for a brief moment in time, Fallout has surpassed Taylor Swift, which just speaks to Fallout's success.

Not interested in the vinyl? You can pick up just the MP3 version for $9.49. The album can also be found on Amazon Music, which costs $10 per month and gives you access to millions of songs beyond the Fallout soundtrack.

If you don't have a record player, Amazon is running nice discounts for you to peruse after preordering the upcoming album. Some of them are as cheap as $40, though you'll also find discounts on premium models that typically retail for over $250. The Udreamer Vinyl Record Player Wireless Turntable is one of the lowest-priced options, as it's on sale for just $38 (down from $70) when clipping the additional coupon on the store page.

Here are a few other record players for you to consider.

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