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Back To The Future Trilogy Box Set

Release Notes
  • Original artwork by DKNG
  • Pressed on colored 180 Gram Vinyl 6XLPs
  • Three gatefold jackets, housed in a hard shell slip-case and featuring exclusive liner notes by screenwriter Bob Gale
  • Back To The Future Part I – Pressed on 180 Gram Yellow Marble Vinyl
  • Back To The Future Part II – Pressed on 180 Gram Pink Vinyl with Green Splatter
  • Back To The Future Part III – Pressed on 180 Gram Brown Vinyl

Back To The Future Trilogy Box Set
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We already sort of have hover boards, and now after all these years, we’ll have the full trilogy score for Back to the Future on vinyl! Mondo is thrilled to unveil a 6-LP vinyl box set for the trilogy for one of the most celebrated film scores of all time, with music fully restored from original master recordings under the supervision of composer Alan Silvestri. This marks the first time the score has ever been made available in a box set in any format, the first time the original film score has been available on vinyl and includes never-before-released tracks from the sequels.

The collectible packaging for the box set was designed by DKNG studios, highlighting the DeLorean’s iconic fire trails in each film’s setting.

Screenwriter Bob Gale contributed exclusive liner notes for the box set. Check out this excerpt about producer Steven Spielberg’s first encounter with Silvestri’s score:

“I remember sitting in Universal’s Hitchcock Theater with Bob Zemeckis next to me, and Steven Spielberg next to Bob. Steven had not attended any of our scoring sessions and had always been a tad uncertain as to whether Alan was capable of doing the type of score Steven believed we needed. He didn’t realize that some of Al’s score had been laid in for this screening. During the Clock Tower sequence he leaned over to Bob and said, ‘now, this is what your score should sound like.’ Bob smiled and replied, ‘that is our score, Steven.’ Thus, Steven Spielberg immediately became an Alan Silvestri fan.”