As one of the largest console RPGs in history, Skyrim has the best of Jeremy Soule’s work. Nothing is more immersive and definitive of heroic music than what you hear while playing Elder Scrolls V. Each moment is brought to even higher levels but the sheer majesty of Soule’s soundtrack, as none of these in-game moments would have quite the emotional impact they do without the music to accompany it.
ThinkGeek has an exclusive collection of 52 Skyrim tracks, which come from Soule, who is known for his work on the Elder Scrolls soundtracks, including Morrowind and Oblivion — in addition to a number of other critically acclaimed games (his list is quite long).
This ultimate box set of Skyrim’s amazing soundtrack on vinyl is available now for $79.99 USD. The vinyls come in “a full color quad-fold jacket” with artwork from iconic moments and characters within the game.
It’s not all grey and blue either, the four folds include brilliant reds too. Especially with beautiful dragons (of course) and creatures from the game.
The sleeves and box are made out of a “heavy board-stock.” One of the albums has the Skyrim logo laser etched onto it, the rest are printed artworks, mostly grey and brown patterning over white.
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It is also not procedurally generated! So all of Skyrim’s music fits the context perfectly. So if you’re looking to add something more geeky to your vinyl collection, this box set is for you. It is sure to look as great on your shelf as it will when you play it and display the case’s artwork for all to see.
If nothing else, the vinyl version of the Skyrim soundtrack is sure to set the mood for any DnD campaign. Though the trumpets might surprise your Berserker a little too well.
Price: $79.99 USD
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