Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust gets Special Vinyl Treatment

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Whether you’re a fan of golden-age anime or just a fan of good music, Tiger Lab Vinyl has a new release that may catch your attention. Shipping out today, the soundtrack for Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is now available on vinyl record format. This particular release comes in two varieties: the standard, solid yellow and the limited edition, “Dhampir Burst”. The limited edition features the same shade of yellow as the standard edition, but with a splash of crimson color in the middle. Both options include 26 tracks from the movie spread across two records. According to Tiger Lab’s official site, this will be the first time that the soundtrack has seen an official, wide release on vinyl.

Vampire Hunter D vinyl colors  Vampire Hunter D vinyl back


This soundtrack marks the fifth record release from Tiger Lab. Tiger Lab is an online-only record label specializing in record releases for old-school anime. Other releases from them include the soundtracks from Perfect Blue, Devilman: The Birth, and Wicked City. You can check out these releases and more by visiting their official site.



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