Resident Evil 3 (Classic) OST Vinyl Announced - Rely on Horror

Resident Evil 3 (Classic) OST Vinyl Announced

If you’re into both vinyl and horror game music, boy have you been having a great few years recently. Laced Records, who have been pumping out a steady stream of video game ost vinyl, just announced a new one to ad to your collection: Resident Evil 3: Nemesis! This is, of course, the original 1999 score, not the 2020 remake ost. Composed by Masami Ueda and Saori Maeda, this classic score is among the most beloved in the series; from the haunting safe room theme to the anxiety-inducing Feel The Tension, Resident Evil 3 has it all. From the website:

It’s time to meet your Nemesis. Laced Records andCAPCOM once again partner to bring fans Resident Evil soundtracks on audiophile-quality vinyl. Pre-orders are now open for the Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (aka Biohazard 3: Last Escape) double LP, featuring remastered audio from the original 1999 PlayStation game, and brand new vinyl sleeve artwork by Boris Moncel.
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis saw the series move in a more action-oriented direction, whilst retaining the fixed camera angles of the previous titles. It also introduced the world to Nemesis: a merciless walking bio-weapon who fixated on destroying Jill Valentine and any remaining S.T.A.R.S. members in Raccoon City. Composers Masami Ueda, Saori Maeda, and Shusaku Uchiyama chose a moody cinematic action sound for the score, whilst retaining the series’ woozy, synth-horror stylings.
The soundtrack has been remastered specifically for these releases, and will be pressed onto audiophile-quality, 180g heavyweight vinyl LPs housed in a striking gatefold sleeve. It is available as a Standard Edition (traditional black discs) and Limited Edition (purple discs — exclusive to the Laced Records store.)
This album is the fifth Resident Evil score to be added to Laced Records’ vinyl lineup, following REmake 1, RE2 (Classic), RE0, and Code: Veronica X. Just like the others though, be sure to pre-order the edition you want because that limited edition sells out pretty much instantly.

               
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