Universal debuts a vinyl buying service based on SMS recommendations

It isn't hard to find vinyl subscription services these days. All it takes is a scroll through your Facebook News Feed and you're bound to stumble across at least a few. While outfits like Turntable Lab and Vinyl Me, Please offer exclusive reissues (...

Technics’ SP-10R is its latest high-end throwback turntable

If you thought Technic's SL-1200 reissue was expensive, you haven't seen anything yet. Meet the SP-10R. Technics calls the throwback deck its "most premium turntable ever" and its 7kg (almost 15.5 pounds) brass, rubber and aluminum platter drives tha...

Classic action game ‘Another World’ is headed to your turntable

If you've played Éric Chahi's classic action-adventure Another World (aka Out of this World), there's a good chance you remember the soundtrack. Large chunks of the game were punctuated by silence, but you knew something special was happening...

Recommended Reading: Spotify’s other playlist problem

Spotify Sweats Over Bandwidth Problem as Labels Vie for Playlist Spots Andy Gensler , Billboard Spotify was forced to defend itself against allegations it uses fake artists to cut costs last week, but the streaming service is facing another playli...

Fallout 3 Soundtrack Album: Music to Roam the Wasteland

I’ve said before that I am a big Fallout fan. I have played all the games in the franchise, and while I like Fallout 4 the best of all, Fallout 3 was tons of fun as well. If you are a serious Fallout 3 fan who happens to like records, check this out.

This is a ThinkGeek exclusive Fallout 3 game soundtrack. The LP is pressed into “Radaway Yellow” vinyl, and it includes all of the instrumental and ambient tracks from the game.

The LP has a total of 14 tracks that were composed by Inon Zur. The record is packed inside a full-color gatefold jacket with original artwork, and sells for $29.99(USD).

Trent Reznor blows dust off the ‘Quake’ score for vinyl reissue

Quake was a groundbreaking game in a number of ways, and that included its soundtrack -- id Software scored a coup when it got Nine Inch Nails (technically, Trent Reznor) to score the grim first-person shooter. Until now, though, listening to that s...