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Rocket League Vinyl Collection Available Now For Pre-Order

by Elise Favis on Jul 16, 2016 at 01:30 PM

Psyonix and iam8bit are introducing Rocket League: The Vinyl Collection, which features snazzy custom artwork on the front and back designed by community member Dan Bronsema, and 180-gram albums.

When you pre-order, you will also receive a digital download code for the two volumes of the soundtrack. You can put your order in at the iam8bit online store by heading here.

While supplies last, iam8bit is also offering a limited edition vinyl collection. This version is limited to 1000 copies, and has unique artwork on the vinyls that are similar to car wheels found in the game.

Here is the track listing:

Vol. 1:

1. Rocket League Theme – Mike Ault
2. Angel Wings (feat. Avianna Acid) – Mike Ault
3. Darkness – Mike Ault & Christian De La Torre
4. Flying Forever (feat. Morgan Perry) – Mike Ault
5. I Can Be (feat. Crysta) – Mike Ault
6. In My Dreams (feat. Nikki Wilkins) – Mike Ault
7. Lacuna – Mike Ault
8. Love Thru The Night (feat. Morgan Perry) – Mike Ault
9. We Speak Chinese – Mike Ault & Abandoned Carnival
10. Seeing What’s Next – Hollywood Principle
11. Whiplash – Hollywood Principle

Vol. 2:

12. Firework – Hollywood Principle
13. Breathing Underwater (Ether Remix) – Hollywood Principle & Ether
14. Looking to the Future – Mike Ault
15. Escape from L.A. (Instrumental) – Mike Ault & Abandoned Carnival
16. Seeing What’s Next (Kev Frey Remix) – Hollywood Principle & Kev Frey
17. When the Lights Come On (Instrumental) – Mike Ault & Abandoned Carnival
18. Hard Buzz – Mike Ault & Abandoned Carnival
19. Game Time (featuring Dr. Awkward) – Mike Ault
20. Scorched Earth – Kevin Riepl
21. RLCS Theme – Mike Ault

Rocket League launched a year ago, but it still has a steady popularity with 1 million daily players. Find out about the most recent DLC, Neo Tokyo, by watching our Test Chamber. Iam8bit also recently released the Hyper Light Drifter collector's edition with a SNES cartridge make-over (the cartridge itself is just for show).