Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary Vinyl Soundtrack

Jun 1, 2018

Category: Entertainment

Star Wars, Jaws, Indiana Jones – what do these films have in common? Along with being some of the greatest films of all time, they also boast some of the most memorable scores by famed movie maestro John Williams. Not the least in his repertoire is the legendary score from Jurassic Park. Now, you can own a brilliant Jurassic Park (fossil) record of the original score from the 1993 film.

To celebrate the film’s 25th anniversary, plus the upcoming release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Mondo has released a two-record collection of the original film score. Wrapped in a beautiful sleeve celebrating the collision of man and dinosaur, the records themselves are mesmerizing to look at, with their bright red and yellow reptilian stripes, an homage to the velociraptors of Spielbergs original films (and the dynastic franchise it spawned). Beautifully pressed on 180 gram Black, Red and Yellow Swirl Vinyl, these records are playable – or can be framed and hung on the wall as delightful artifacts for dino-lovers.

Purchase: $35

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