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[Last Chance] New Cuphead Vinyl Soundtrack Available For 25% Off Until May 1

The collectible soundtrack features new tracks.

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It's a great day for Cuphead fans: The beloved run-and-gun indie game is now available to download from the Nintendo Eshop, complete with a brand-new free content update that lets you play as Mugman in single-player mode. And if you're particularly fond of Cuphead's incredible soundtrack--an original mix of jazz, early big band, and ragtime music performed by live musicians--then you may be interested in a premium collectible announced today: this Cuphead 2xLP vinyl soundtrack from iam8bit, which is available to pre-order for 25% off until May 1.

The gorgeous vinyl set comes in Cuphead's 1930s styling and is selling for just $30 until the price goes up in a couple of weeks. Previously, a 4xLP deluxe vinyl soundtrack was released for $100, but has long since sold out. The new 2xLP vinyl is not only a more affordable option for folks who couldn't get the 4xLP, but also includes previously unreleased exclusive solos, new art and packaging, and a curated "best of" track list. The track list itself hasn't yet been revealed.

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The Cuphead vinyl won't start shipping until "Q3 2019," so stay tuned for an official release date. While based in the United States, iam8bit does ship globally, but additional duties or taxes may not be reflected in the shipping price, so keep that in mind if you're ordering from outside the U.S.

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