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DISC: 1

1. Go Tell Aunt Rhody -Resident Evil- (Full Version)
2. A Loving Message
3. On the Road
4. Atmosphere -Swamp Encounter-
5. Lost Memories
6. Sinking Feeling
7. Into Madness
8. Kill or Be Killed
9. Haunted House
10. Back for More
11. Love to Death
12. Welcome to the Family
13. Dinner Time
14. Out of Sight
15. Out in the Open
16. Garage
17. Main Hall
18. A Curious Light
19. Hide and Seek
20. Daddy's Back
21. Molded I
22. Tearing at the Flesh
23. Claws of Death
24. Into the Night
25. Saferoom
26. Atmosphere -The Nest-
27. Brief Reunion
28. Escaping the Pit
29. Unholy Shrine
30. Keeper of the Greenhouse I
31. Keeper of the Greenhouse II
32. The Forbidden Room
33. Tatari
34. Molded II
35. Bad Boy Games
36. White Room
37. Sacrifice" By the Sewer Gatorz

More Info:

We welcome a new member to our Resident Evil soundtrack vinyl family with a deluxe four-disc box set for the most recent mainline game. Resident Evil VII: Biohazard looked back to the series' survival horror roots while looking forward technologically, being the first full RE Engine title and optionally playable in VR. By shifting to a first-person perspective, introducing a new protagonist and featuring a distinct setting, RE7 refreshed the formula and won plaudits in the process. The game's international composition team comprised Miwako Chinone, Brian D'Oliveira, Satoshi Hori, Akiyuki Morimoto and Cris Velasco. The score is lower key and more ambient than it's predecessors without skimping on the anxiety and intensity that Resi games are known for. Jordan Reyne & Michael A. Levine also contributed a chilling rendition of the folk song "Go Tell Aunt Rhody." All music has been specially mastered for vinyl and will be pressed onto audiophile-quality, heavyweight 180g discs. These will be housed in spined inners sleeves that slip into a deluxe gatefold box set. Sleeve artwork and design by Capcom and Boris Moncel of Blackmane Design.