Anime Limited Provides New Music Vinyl Updates for A Silent Voice and FLCL Soundtracks

During their AllTheAnime panel on the first day of MCM London Comic Con, distributor Anime Limited also provided an update on their entry into the Vinyl music market.

The distributor announced back in October 2017 at London MCM they would be venturing into the music market with A Silent Voice, Trigun, and Trigun: Badlands Rumble, followed by FLCL. However for unexpected reasons, there was a massive delay, but during the May 2019 panel, they were able to reveal some new updates on two of their titles.

Starting with A Silent Voice’s original soundtrack, which is currently scheduled for November 2019. The vinyl set will be presented in gatefold packaging with 2 x black 180 gram 12 inch LPs, and a 14-page large size book. The music for the film was composed by Kensuke Ushio.

Next is an update on FLCL’s original soundtrack, which is currently scheduled for September 2019. The vinyl set will be presented in gatefold packaging with 2 x black 180 gram 12 inch LPs, a square art print, and a large double-sided liner notes. The music for the series was composed by Japanese rock band the pillows.

The vinyls for both A Silent Voice and FLCL will be available in all English speaking territories as well as Europe. Pre-orders will begin later this year at Shop AllTheAnime with North American retail details coming soon. SRP on both vinyl soundtracks are £39.99 each.

That’s it for the first panel’s news and announcements. Stay tuned for their next panel scheduled for Day 3 (Sunday 26th May) that will come with some more announcements.

You can view the first batch of news revealed at this panel, which focused solely on Gundam, here.

Source: AllTheAnime MCM May 2019 Panel

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