Westworld limited edition vinyl

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These limited-edition vinyl ‘Westworld’ soundtracks are classy as hell

Good news for those who don’t have a host and an old-timey piano lying around.


Colette Bennett


Westworld has arguably been one of the best shows so far this year, and those of us who loved it are already imagining what season 2 could contain. More of the Man in Black? More Dolores? Will we see one of the other parks?

Since we won’t see any new material until 2018, you may as well channel your obsession with the show into another format. ThinkGeek did something super awesome for collectors by making a special edition of the officially licensed Westworld score on white vinyl, and you can’t get it anywhere else. Composer Ramin Djawadi’s score is every bit as haunting and unusual played on its own, and it’ll sound really good in lo-fi.

The white edition is one in a series of exclusives pressed by Warner Bros’ Watertower Music. If you’re gunning to get them all, go to Books-a-Million for the Dolores Blue and Newbury Comics for the Blood Red. If a black version is plenty good enough for you too, you can score that over at Amazon for a couple of bucks less than the others.

Priced at $24.99, these are a perfect gift for a collector – especially if that collector happens to be you.

Buy it here


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