'Breaking Bad' 10th anniversary music box set announced | Inquirer Entertainment

‘Breaking Bad’ 10th anniversary music box set announced

/ 08:12 PM September 24, 2018

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Music on Vinyl has announced it will be issuing a vinyl box set featuring the songs heard on the cult TV show “Breaking Bad” which this year celebrates the tenth anniversary of its premiere on AMC.

From Music on Vinyl/At the Movies in collaboration with Sony Pictures Television, the box set will be released on 5×10″ vinyl in five different jackets, each covering one season and including music by Badfinger, Calexico, America, Fever Ray, Apparat, Marty Robbins, Vince Guaraldi, The Peddlers and more.



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Also featured will be dialogue snippets from characters from the series, including Walter, Jesse, Skyler, Mike, Gus and Saul.

Outside, the Breaking Bad logo will appear in a drip-off varnish on front, while inside, buyers will find a “Breaking Bad” poster, a Los Pollos Hermanos plastic ID badge, and a 24-page booklet with pictures and liner notes by the show’s music supervisor, Thomas Golubić.

The box set will be available Nov. 30 in a limited edition of 5,000 individually numbered copies on “Albuquerque crystal” vinyl (transparent with a touch of turquoise). JB


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