In celebration of the release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Mondo is continuing its MCU soundtrack series and immortalizing the film’s score on vinyl – and it looks as amazing as it sounds.

The double LP set, available for pre-order on May 11, might be worth adding to your collection for the artwork by Florian Bertmer alone. It features Doctor Strange sitting in front of a stained glass-like backdrop full of bright oranges and blood reds.

If you’ve seen Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness by now, you know it is a visually arresting film thanks in part to Sam Raimi’s direction and its visual effects. The film’s visuals aren’t the only thing worth noting, however. The film’s score is also incredibly dynamic.

In fact, our review for the film says that “Multiverse of Madness is worth the price of admission just to hear the score and see it at work.” Between the soundtrack and the artwork, these records would be a worthy addition to any Marvel fan’s collection.

The film’s score is by the iconic Danny Elfman who has worked alongside director Sam Raimi since 1990’s Darkman. The new Doctor Strange film sees the duo joining forces again for the first time in almost ten years. Their collaboration on the original Spider-Man trilogy helped refine superhero films into what they are today.

Marvel Studios’ soundtrack for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is pressed on two 180 Gram Mondo Exclusive color LPs. It will also be available on black vinyl. Both go up for pre-order at on Wednesday, May 11 for 40 USD.

With the film out now, be sure to check out our coverage on the state of the MCU Multiverse and read how Rick and Morty trained writer Michael Waldron for his foray into the world of Doctor Strange.

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Casey is a Freelance Writer for IGN. You can usually find him on Twitter talking about JRPGs at asecaseydavidmt.

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