It seems a little presumptions to celebrate the fifth anniversary of a film, but not all movies have a game-changing score like Drive (2011). Invada and Lake Shore Records are celebrating the film’s fifth anniversary by releasing a special vinyl of the soundtrack that made Nicolas Winding Refn’s film a thrilling noir sensation.
Former Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer, Cliff Martinez‘ (The Neon Demon) music score has topped major music list’s for its beautiful use of electronic pop to moody synth beats that pair beautifully with the film’s cinematography. So it makes sense that this would be the way to celebrate five years of Ryan Gosling in a gold satin scorpion jacket.
You can pre-order starting September 1 from Invada and the LP will be available in record stores worldwide from September 30 to December 31. To entice collectors further the reissue comes with new cover art and liner notes. No word on how many special editions will be released so get it while the getting is good.