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THE FIFTH ELEMENT Gets Beautiful Vinyl Soundtrack for Its 20th Birthday

THE FIFTH ELEMENT Gets Beautiful Vinyl Soundtrack for Its 20th Birthday

For the first time ever, the soundtrack to Luc Besson‘s sci-fi classic The Fifth Element is getting a full fledged vinyl release. And yes, before we get into the details of the actual release, the crazy-talented, blue alien-lady’s opera performance, “Lucia Di Lammermoor” will be included among the rest of Eric Serra’s score, so don’t you worry your dyed-blonde or dyed-red hair out.

According to A.V. Club, the fine folks over at Mondo will be releasing the below deluxe vinyl on Wednesday May 17 at 12 pm EST. The vinyl features stunning cover and gatefold art of 23rd century earth by artist Shan Jiang, and comes with two variations of 180-gram vinyl. You can either get the “White with Orange Stripe” version or the limited-to-500 copies “Super Green” version. Check out all the excellent artwork below.

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Will you be snagging a copy of the soundtrack for one of the best cinematic space operas ever made? We sure will; now excuse us while we watch this Chris Tucker scene on loop for the next hour. Also, be sure to check out the entire tracklist below.

The Fifth Element Soundtrack Tracklist:

01 Little Light of Love
02 Mondoshawan
03 Timecrash
04 Korben Dallas
05 Koolen
06 Akta
07 Leeloo
08 Five Millenia Later
09 Plavalaguna
10 Ruby Rap
11 Heat
12 Badaboom
13 Mangalores
14 Lucia Di Lammermoor
15 The Diva Dance
16 Leeloominai
17 A Bomb in the Hotel
18 Mina Hinoo
19 No Cash No Trash
20 Radiowaves
21 Human Nature
22 Pictures of War
23 Lakta Ligunai
24 Protect Life
25 Little Light of Love (End Titles Version)
26 Aknot ! Wot ?

Images: Sony, Mondo

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