The Ultimate Star Wars Vinyl Collection Is An Audiophiles Dream Come True

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Earlier this year, vinyl fanatics rejoiced at the release of the ultimate Star Wars vinyl collection featuring the original soundtracks from Episodes 1-VI.  Listen to the brilliance of John Williams over and over with this must have collection.  (Don’t worry, there is a digital download card that comes with it if you don’t have a turntable.)

The most acclaimed and enduring film music in Hollywood history, the original soundtracks of Star Wars Episodes I – VI, are now issued by Sony Classical in a new box set, Star Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection. All composed by John Williams, the legendary five-time Oscar®-winning composer, this unique collector set is being released just as the latest chapter in the saga, Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens in theaters. This is the first time all six Star Wars original soundtracks have been available on vinyl in one complete box set.

Star Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection includes each of the six film soundtracks from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace to Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi in deluxe gatefold sleeves faithfully replicating the original artwork. Audio was transferred from the original LP masters using the highest resolution (up to 192kHz/24bit) and pressed with heavy 180gram vinyl. The six soundtrack set (on 11 LPs) is presented in a black, soft-touch laminated slipcase with an embossed, hot silver foil Star Wars logo and includes a digital download card for one complete box set (all six soundtracks).

Product Specifications

  • Star Wars – The Ultimate Vinyl Collection
  • Officially-licensed Star Wars merchandise
  • LPs of the original compositions for Star Wars: Episodes I – VI on vinyl
  • Includes digital download card for one complete set (all six soundtracks)
  • Held in deluxe gatefold sleeves replicating original artwork
  • Over 80 songs from the movies!

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Track Listing

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

  • 1-A1 Star Wars Main Title And The Arrival At Naboo
  • 1-A2 Duel Of The Fates
  • 1-A3 Anakin’s Theme
  • 1-A4 Jar Jar’s Introduction And The Swim To Otoh Gunga
  • 1-A5 The Sith Spacecraft And The Droid Battle
  • 1-B1 The Trip To The Naboo Temple And The Audience With Boss Nass
  • 1-B2 The Arrival At Tatooine And The Flag Parade
  • 1-B3 He Is The Chosen One
  • 1-B4 Anakin Defeats Sebulba
  • 1-B5 Passage Through The Planet Core
  • 1-C1 Watto’s Deal And Kids At Play
  • 1-C2 Panaka And The Queen’s Protectors
  • 1-C3 Queen Amidala And The Naboo Palace
  • 1-C4 The Droid Invasion And The Appearance Of Darth Maul
  • 1-D1 Qui-Gon’s Noble End
  • 1-D2 The High Council Meeting And Qui-Gon’s Funeral
  • 1-D3 Augie’s Great Municipal Band And End Credits

Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones

  • 2-A1 Star Wars Main Title And Ambush On Coruscant
  • 2-A2 Across The Stars (Love Theme From Star Wars: Episode II)
  • 2-A3 Zam The Assassin And The Chase Through Coruscant
  • 2-B1 Yoda And The Younglings
  • 2-B2 Departing Coruscant
  • 2-B3 Anakin And Padmé
  • 2-B4 Jango’s Escape
  • 2-B5 The Meadow Picnic
  • 2-C1 Bounty Hunter’s Pursuit
  • 2-C2 Return To Tatooine
  • 2-C3 The Tusken Camp And The Homestead
  • 2-D1 Love Pledge And The Arena
  • 2-D2 Confrontation With Count Dooku And Finale

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith

  • 3-A1 Star Wars And The Revenge Of The Sith
  • 3-A2 Anakin’s Dream
  • 3-A3 Battle Of The Heroes
  • 3-B1 Anakin’s Betrayal
  • 3-B2 General Grievous
  • 3-B3 Palpatine’s Teachings
  • 3-B4 Grievous And The Droids
  • 3-C1 Padmé’s Ruminations
  • 3-C2 Anakin Vs Obi-Wan
  • 3-C3 Anakin’s Dark Deeds
  • 3-C4 Enter Lord Vader
  • 3-C5 The Immolation Scene
  • 3-D1 Grievous Speaks To Lord Sidious
  • 3-D2 The Birth of the Twins and Padme’s Destiny – Medley
  • 3-D3 A New Hope And End Credits

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Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

  • 4-A1 Main Title
  • 4-A2 Imperial Attack
  • 4-A3 Princess Leia’s Theme
  • 4-A4 The Desert And The Robot Auction
  • 4-B1 Ben Kenobi’s Death / Tie Fighter Attack
  • 4-B2 The Little People Work
  • 4-B3 Resue Of The Princess
  • 4-B4 Inner City
  • 4-B5 Cantina Band
  • 4-C1 The Land Of The Sandpeople
  • 4-C2 Mouse Robot And Blasting Off
  • 4-C3 The Return Home
  • 4-C4 The Walls Converge
  • 4-C5 The Princess Appears
  • 4-D1 The Millenium Falcon / Imperial Cruiser Pursuit
  • 4-D2 The Throne Room And End Title

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

  • 5-A1 Star Wars (Main Theme)
  • 5-A2 Yoda’s Theme
  • 5-A3 The Training Of A Jedi Knight
  • 5-A4 The Heroics Of Luke And Han
  • 5-B1 The Imperial March (Darth Vader’s Theme)
  • 5-B2 Departure Of Boba Fett
  • 5-B3 Han Solo And The Princess
  • 5-B4 Hyperspace
  • 5-B5 The Battle In The Snow
  • 5-C1 The Asteroid Field
  • 5-C2 The City In The Clouds
  • 5-C3 Rebels At Bay
  • 5-C4 Yoda And The Force
  • 5-D1 The Duel
  • 5-D2 The Magic Tree
  • 5-D3 Lando’s Palace
  • 5-D4 Finale

Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi

  • 6-A1 Main Title (The Story Continues)
  • 6-A2 Into The Trap
  • 6-A3 Luke And Leia
  • 6-A4 Parade Of The Ewoks
  • 6-A5 Han Solo Returns (At The Court Of Jabba The Hutt)
  • 6-A6 Lapti Nek (Jabba’s Palace Band)
  • 6-B1 The Forest Battle
  • 6-B2 Rebel Briefing
  • 6-B3 The Emperor
  • 6-B4 The Return Of The Jedi
  • 6-B5 Ewok Celebration And Finale

Order your copy of this amazing set of vinyl soundtracks HERE

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