The 1995 Mortal Kombat feature film continues to be considered one of the greatest video game adaptations of all-time, but equal to its cinematic legacy was the immediate impact of the soundtrack! Now the highly collectible original score can be yours to own on limited edition vinyl!

Combining techno, rock, and traditional score -- the sounds of Mortal Kombat were as memorable as the action! While dance anthem Techno Syndrome and other singles have received multiple releases; the complete original score by George S. Clinton was only available on a second 1995 soundtrack CD release.

Record Store Day have announced an exclusive 12" picture disc record available to order online September 26th. Limited to just 1500 copies, the collectible vinyl features the film's iconic dragon logo on Side A [pictured below] -- and the dominant visage of Prince Goro on the other!

Side A of this double-sided picture disc features the iconic Mortal Kombat logo, while Side B features Goro, a fan favorite from the game and film who is generally considered by gamers to be one of the most memorable and difficult bosses in gaming culture. In fact, the four armed fighter did not lose a battle for 500 years before a first ever loss to Mortal Kombat hero, Lui Kang. The music was composed by George S. Clinton with a heavy assist from the guitarist Buckethead, who appears on ten of the 26 tracks.

1. Taste of Things to Come 2. Liu Vs. Sub-Zero 3. It Has Begun 4. The Garden featuring Buckethead 5. Goro Vs. Art featuring Buckethead 6. Banquet 7. Liu Vs. Kitana 8. Liu's Dream featuring Buckethead 9. Liu Vs. Reptile featuring Buckethead 10. Stairway 11. Goro Goro 12. Kidnapped 13. Zooom14. Johnny Vs. Scorpion featuring Buckethead

1. Hand and Shadow featuring Buckethead 2. Scorpion and Sub-Zero featuring Buckethead 3. Soul Snatchin' 4. On the Beach 5. Johnny Cage featuring Buckethead 6. Goro Chase featuring Buckethead 7. Evening Bells 8. Monks 9. Friends 10. Flawless Victory featuring Buckethead 11. Farewell 12. Kids

Fans will instantly reconnect with the atmosphere building score as songs recall the ominous sound of Shang Tsung's table feast, Goro's dominations, or the epic battle between the likes of Scorpion and Johnny Cage! Clinton's score includes a host of memorable tracks, with guitar by Buckethead.

This is the first time the Mortal Kombat original motion picture score is available on vinyl. It's the perfect compliment to Dan Forden's Mortal Kombat & MKII soundtracks which were released as records a couple of years ago.

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