“While Jurassic Park is still my favorite, Jurassic World is a worthy sequel.”
Mondo revealed today that its vinyl presentation of John Williams’ Jurassic Park score goes on sale tomorrow morning. Two editions will be up for grabs. One featuring artwork by JC Richard, the other by Dan McCarthy (the skeleton art you see on the right).
Specs for the JC Richardard edition: 2XLP pressed on 180 Gram Black vinyl with randomly-inserted “Dilophosaurus” vinyl. $35
Specs for McCarthy edition: 2XLP pressed on 180 Gram Translucent Amber Vinyl. $35
A look at Mondo’s vinyl presentation of the Jurassic Park score, by John Williams, leaked onto the web recently. We now have an official look at the June 11th release which will be made available at MondoTees.com.
Scroll down for a look at the gorgeous artwork for two packaging variations from artist JC Richard and a limited edition vinyl from artist Dan McCarthy (1,000 copies).
Over the last year, I’ve become a vinyl junkie. Soundtracks mostly. And it’s killing my wallet. That’s okay, as I explained in this editorial a few months back. Today, I’m giddy. It looks like Mondo is going to tackle John Williams’ rousing score for Jurassic Park.
This morning, Mondo’s Justin Ishmael used his Instagram to show off a record (amber in color) with the caption: “We…uh…found a way.” Granted, this is not an official announcement, but it looks like something good is brewing Jurassic Park-related on the vinyl side of things. The company has produced a number of prints in the past, so the relationship they share with Universal is a good one.