The God of Mischief warned countless versions of a “very dangerous person” are coming to the MCU. We’ve already seen just how right he was thanks to Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. But something else is also coming, and it sounds a lot less dangerous than Kang the Conqueror. Literally. Mondo is bringing the Emmy-nominated soundtrack for Loki season one to vinyl with a beautiful multi-album set. And Nerdist has your exclusive first look at limited-edition collection.
Mondo and Hollywood Records have partnered for the first physical release of composer Natalie Holt’s score for Loki. The show’s score earned Holt an Emmy nomination, as did the series’ main title theme “TVA.” But her involvement with this new set went beyond composing the music. She also contributed to the collection’s design, which comes in a slipcase featuring an original illustration from artist Anne Benjamin. Her green-hued picture features the show’s mast notable Loki Variants looking united and ready for battle. Inside each record comes with its own individual sleeve.
“I had an idea for the look of the sleeves, inspired by the opening credits from the TVA theme in Loki’s logo in black and white, and I’m thrilled with how Mondo and artist Anne Benjamin have taken my concept and created such epic and beautiful Loki inspired artwork,” said Holt in a press release. “I really hope people can turn down the lights, open their ears and enjoy interacting with this Loki vinyl set!”
Marvel Studios’ Loki – Original Soundtrack – Season One ($50) comes pressed on three 180 gram colored-vinyl discs. Or you can also grab it with black vinyl discs. It will be available later this year at Mondo and in record stores. But the pre-sale at MondoShop.com begins this week, Wednesday, March 22.
Considering what Kang is doing with the timeline right now, it’s probably best not to wait on ordering yours. You just know one of his countless Variants will try and buy every copy if we let them.