Parappa The Rapper
Masaya Matsuura’s soundtrack to the game has been released on a picture disc by Vacuum Records in two different versions.
Standard picture disc version
“Vinyl Killer” version that includes a battery operated toy van with a stylus underneath, that can drive over the grooves of the record and play it while doing so. Also includes an instruction booklet and some pins.
VGMDB Link (“Parappa The Rapper Memorial Vinyl Killer”)
Parappa The Rapper 2
The full soundtrack for this title was never released, but a 7″ for the song Say “I Gotta Believe” that features De La Soul was released by Tommy Boy in a variety of versions.
Discogs Link (7″ promo picture disc)
Discogs Link (7″ single-sided picture disc)
VGMDB Link (Same as above)
Discogs Link (7″ single-sided black vinyl version with hand-printed and hand-numbered cover and a blue label)
Discogs Link (7″ single-sided black vinyl version with a black label)
A Japanese 12″ picture disc promo with 5 versions of Say “I Gotta Believe” have also been released. Not much information exists about this release.
A 2LP DJ promo featuring 6 remixes of Yoko Shimomura’s music to this title have been released by DigiCube.
Grant Kirkhope, Graeme Norgate and David Clynicks’s soundtrack will be released as a 2LP with one red splatter and one blue splatter disc by iam8bit. Limited to 3000 copies. Orders opened on August 4 and it was scheduled for a November, 2015 release. Copies started going out already in late October, 2015.
Persona 4 Arena
An arranged selection of arranged tracks from Atsushi Kitajoh & Shoji Meguro’s soundtrack for the game was released on vinyl alongside two collector’s edition versions of the game. It was released by Zen United Limited.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night
Atlus brought a vinyl version of the remix soundtrack to this game with them to the Comiket conference in Japan. The conference ran from August 14-16, 2015. The general public release date is late September, 2015.
A conceptual soundtrack for the game was recorded by Mel Croucher between 1981 and 1985, but didn’t see a vinyl release until 2010 when it was released by Feeding Tube Records.
Pokémon Red & Blue
There is no licensed or official releases of this soundtrack on vinyl. However, Moonshake have released an unofficial version. It appears there’s 500 copies on colored vinyl.
The Portopia Serial Murder Case
An LP featuring arranged versions of Toshiyuki Ueno, Akihiko Yabu, and Gozo Shiozaki’s music for this game have been released by Apollon Music Industrial Corp.
VGMDB Link (“Sound Adventure Hokkaido Rensa Satsujin: Okhotsk Ni Kiyu”)
Two vinyl releases containing arranged and remixed versions of Junichi Masuda’s music for this title have been released. Both have been released by Frogman.
A 12″ featuring remixes of Apollo 440’s theme music for the game have been released. It features remixes from Salt Tank, Frog Junkies, E-Z Drum & Bass Orchestra, and Mondo Azul. It was released by Stealth Sonic Recordings.
Record Of Lodoss War – The Gray Witch
LP featuring an arranged version of Jiro Irima’s soundtrack to the NEC PC-98 game. It was released by Victor Music Industries.
Red Dead Redemption
Wax Poetic Records have released Bill Elm and Woody Jacksons soundtrack for this game. Sides A-C contains the score, while side D features the original songs by José González, Jamie Lidell, Ashtar Command, and William Elliott Whitmore.
Discogs Link (Red vinyl 2LP, limited to 1000 copies)
VGMDB Link (Same as above)
Discogs Link (Test pressing 2LP black vinyl, 3 copies are said to exist)
Red Faction: Armageddon
A selection of tracks from Brian Reitzell’s soundtrack to this game has been released on red vinyl by Sumthing Else Music Works.
Resident Evil 2 / biohazard 2
A 12″ featuring remixes of music from this title have been released by Suleputer.
Retro City Rampage
The soundtrack by virt, Freaky DNA and Norrin Radd have been released on vinyl in 500 copies over 3 versions by Lotus Audio Corporation.
Discogs Link (Black vinyl, Limited to 300 numbered copies)
Discogs Link (Green translucent vinyl, Limited to 100 numbered copies)
Discogs Link (Blue translucent vinyl Limited to 100 numbered copies)
VGMDB Link (“The Music Of Retro City Rampage”, same as all above)
A few songs from the game have been released on a 12″ EP by Third Ear Recordings.
Ridge Racer V / 5
An 12″ EP with some of Mijk van Dijk’s music from the game have been released on vinyl by Superstition.
A 7″ featuring the Commodore 64 game’s title track by Jeroen Tel have been released by Seven Force.
Rollcage Stage II / 2
The soundtrack for this game have been released as a 4×12″ compilation by Moving Shadow. A 12″ sampler for the album have also been released.
An LP featuring original and arranged versions of Yuzo Koshiro and Takahito Abe’s music for this game have been released by Apollon Music Industrial Corp.
VGMDB Link (“Sound Fantasy Romancia”)
Sakura Wars 4
An LP featuring Kohei Tanaka’s soundtrack to this game have been released on vinyl by Avex Mode.
VGMDB Link (“Sakura Wars 4 ~Maidens, Fall In Love~”)
A compilation LP featuring music from this title as well as Gradius and Gradius II have been released by Apollon Music Industrial Corp.
VGMDB Link (“Original Sound Of Gradius & Salamander: Battle Music Collection”)
Samurai Shodown / Samurai Spirits
A 2×12″ featuring remixes of Shinsekai Gakkyoku Zatsugidan’s music from this title and Samurai Shodown II have been released by Nite Grooves.
VGMDB Link (“Samurai Remix”)
Samurai Shodown II / 2 / Shin Samurai Spirits
A 2×12″ featuring remixes of Shinsekai Gakkyoku Zatsugidan’s music from this title and Samurai Shodown have been released by Nite Grooves.
VGMDB Link (“Samurai Remix”)
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game
Anamanaguchi’s full soundtrack to the game was released on vinyl by ABKCO Records and Ubisoft for Record Store Day 2014. It comes on green translucent vinyl and is limited to 2700 copies.
A 12″ EP containing Jon Hare and Richard Joseph’s music for Cannnon Fodder and Sensible Soccer have been released. The release was a reward as part of the succesful Kickstarter for the book “Sensible Software 1986–1999″. It was released by Read-Only Memory.
The soundtrack by Module was released by Mushroom Music. It comes on blue translucent vinyl and is limited to 1000 copies.
A 12″ EP featuring Martin Iveson’s music to this title have been released by Core Design.
The SEGA-classic, Shenmue, have had its soundtrack released on vinyl by Data Discs. The soundtrack features music by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, Ryuji Iuchi, Osamu Murata and Yuzo Koshiro. It’s available on blue-in-clear color vinyl, blue vinyl, and black vinyl and was released September, 2015.
Shinobi III: Return Of The Ninja Master
The soundtrack by Hirofumi Murasaki, Morihiko Akiyama, and Masayuki Nagao will be released on vinyl by Data Discs. It was revealed in an article from The Guardian and later confirmed by the label itself. It available on oxblood and bone split vinyl, oxblood vinyl, and black vinyl. It was released on on October 2, 2015.
A 7″ featuring arranged versions of Yoichiro Yoshikawa’s music to this title and Mighty Bomb Jack have been released by King Records.
VGMDB Link (“Solomon’s Key & Mighty Bomb Jack”)
A 12″ promo featuring remixes of Kenichi Tokoi and Jun Senoue’s music form the game have been released.
A 12″ featuring remixes of the song Work It Out from the game was released by BPM King Street Sounds.
A series of different releases with Yuzo Koshiro, Mieko Ishikawa, Hideya Nagata, Reiko Takebayashi, and Takahito Abe’s music from this game have been released.
VGMDB Link (“Music From Sorcerian”, original soundtrack LP, released on Starchild Records in 1988)
VGMDB Link (“Sorcerian Super Arrange Version”, arranged versions of the game’s music, released on Starchild Records in 1988)
VGMDB Link (“Sorcerian Super Arrange Version II Plus Sorcerian System Vol. 1”, arranged and original music from the game, released on King Records in 1988)
Space Channel 5
A 12″ with music from the game was released by Tommy Boy. The in-game music is remixes of the song Mexican Flyer by Ken Woodman & His Piccadilly Brass. The remixes are made by Dan The Automator, Dr. Rubberfunk, and Northern Lights Orchestra.
Space Channel 5 Part 2
A 12″ with remixes of music from the game was released by Readymade International.
VGMDB Link (“Space Channel 5 Part 2 Uha Uha ★ Readymade Remixes”)
A 12″ promo sampler featuring 4 tracks used in the game was released by Astralwerks.
VGMDB Link (“SSX 3 The Soundtrack Album Sampler”)
A 7″ featuring arranged versions of Takeaki Kunimoto’s theme tracks for Championship Road Runner and Star Soldier have been released. It was released by G.M.O. Records.
VGMDB Link (“Star Soldier (Arrange Version)”)
A 7″ featuring music from this title as well as from Horizon was released by Victor in 1986.
StarCraft II: Wings Of Liberty
The music that plays on the jukebox in the Hyperion cantina was released on vinyl as a compilation called “Revolution Overdrive: Songs Of Liberty” by Blizzard Entertainment. It’s a picture disc and the songs are a mix of original songs and cover songs of classics like Sweet Home Alabama and Suspicious Minds.
Starsky & Hutch
Tim Follin’s game soundtrack was released on red translucent vinyl by Empire Interactive and Gotham Games. It was never put up for sale but was given away with initial copies of the game.
Street Fighter II
Two releases containing different edits and remixes by The World Warrior for the game has been released on vinyl.
Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight For The Future
A 12″ featuring some of Hideki Okugawa’s music for this title have been released by Suleputer.
VGMDB Link (“Street Fighter III 3rd Strike Infinite”)
Streets Of Rage
The SEGA-classic, Streets Of Rage, have had Yuzo Koshiro’s soundtrack released on vinyl by Data Discs. It’s available on red with black splatter vinyl, red vinyl, and black vinyl and was released September, 2015.
An LP have been released that features original and arranged versions of the music from the games A-Jax and Super Contra. It was released by Starchild Records.
VGMDB Link (“Music From Super Contra & A-Jax”)
Data Discs will have released Koichi Namiki, Katsuhiro Hayashi and Shigeru Ohwada’s soundtrack to this title on vinyl. Pre-orders opened on November 20, 2015 and it started shipping mid-December same year. There’s a black vinyl variant and a clear with red, white & blue splatter vinyl variant.
Iam8bit released an EP with Chipzel’s music on a hexagon-shaped vinyl record. There is 4 different colors sent out randomly. It is limited to 1600 copies (400 of each color) and was released on November, 2015.
Super Mario Bros.
Several versions of the original 7″ with Koji Kondo’s theme music have been released. Features the original theme plus an orchestrated version.
Discogs Link (1986 original, released by Fun House)
VGMDB Link (Same as above)
Discogs Link (2014 counterfeit, orange vinyl, limited to 500 copies, released by Do Jo Music)
Discogs Link (2015 repress of the counterfeit, black vinyl, limited to 300 copies, released by Do Jo Music)
VGMDB Link (Same as the two counterfeits above)
Furthermore a 7″ featuring arranged and remixed versions of some of the tracks from the game have been released by King Records.
Super Mario Bros. 3
A couple of releases feature original and arranged versions of Koji Kondo’s music from this title. Both are released by Pony Canyon.
Super Street Fighter II Turbo
12″ containing vocals, sound effects and music from the game. Released by Capcom and limited to 350 copies on red vinyl.
Super Time Force
A release containing 15 tracks from the soundtrack by 6955. This title has been released in three versions. All self-released by 6955.
First pressing on black with white splatter vinyl. Limited to 250 copies.
Test pressing on black vinyl. Comes in a cardboard sleeve with stenciled artwork. Limited to 25 numbered copies.
Two releases feature original, arranged and/or remixed versions of Yuriko Keino and Junko Ozawa’s music for this title. Both were released on Yen Records.
The limited edition of the game includes a 2LP with the game’s soundtrack in a special box set. The set is limited to 450 copies and was released on October 27, 2015 (in NA) and 500 copies in EU.
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP
The soundtrack by Jim Guthrie has been released in three pressings. All have been released by Dark Flute.
Discogs Link (“Sword & Sworcery LP – The Ballad Of the Space Babies”, first press, Cory Schmitz art print, limited to 800 copies)
VGMDB Link (Same as above)
Discogs Link (Second pres, Charlene Chua print, limited to 500 copies)
Discogs Link (Third press, no print, limited to 450 copies)
Order through Jim Guthrie’s Bandcamp [SOLD OUT]
A 7″ featuring a track by SCNTFC and their remix of The Ballad Of The Space Babies have been released by Venus Patrol.