Devil May Cry 5 Soundtrack Receiving Several Boxsets

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Devil May Cry 5 | OST Featured ImageThe Devil May Cry 5 official soundtrack is sure to summon up a bit of style to your existing LP or CD collection when it sees its official release this July. Available for pre-order right now from Laced Records, this release will be available in 2 LP, 4 LP, and 5 CD sets. Featured artists include Casey Edwards, Cody Matthew Johnson, Jeff Rona, John R. Graham, Steven McNair, Kota Suzuki, Hiromitsu Maeba, and Yoshiya Terayama. A preview of the various purchase options can be found below.

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The 4 LP Special Edition Boxset will feature 51 tracks and span four 180g records. Each record will feature a different character on its sleeve as well as on the label. The listed price for this option is set at $80 USD.  There is also the Deluxe Double Vinyl set which includes 21 tracks (selected by the composers) spanning two 180g records. This one is currently listed at $35 USD.  Finally, the 5 CD Special Edition Boxset contains all of the tracks available on the 4 LP release, but is only $30 USD and includes character portraits on the faces of the discs themselves. With all three sets due to ship in July 2019, let us know in the comments below if you plan on picking one of these up. Also have a look below at the official music video for “Devil Trigger” to get a taste of what the Devil May Cry 5 soundtrack has to offer.

SOURCE: Press Release

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