‘Earthworm Jim’ music getting pressed

News / Preorders / August 23, 2017

The music from the Earthworm Jim games is coming to vinyl, courtesy of Black Screen Records. The 2xLP, 180-gram set will feature remastered audio, along with unreleased tracks and remixes. And the label on the deluxe edition:

The Limited Collector’s Edition comes in a beautiful gatefold sleeve with new and original artwork by Earthworm Jim artist Katherine Garner (aka Lemm/Rocket Worm). The packaging includes liner notes by Tommy Tallarico and two amazing full-colored “heart boxer shorts” and “cow pattern” inner sleeves on heavyweight off-set paper. The complete artwork will be refined with a matte finish and a special glossy spot varnish to highlight the incredible illustrations. The LP album will be pressed on “Groooovy!” limited Earthworm Jim flesh colored and opaque Snott colored vinyl. This Limited Collector’s Edition also comes with a unique download code that enables the customer to download the full digital soundtrack as well!

Major retailers will start up pre-orders on September 15th.


A1. Invertebrate Retreat (Subterranean Remix)
A2. Tangerine
A3. Subterranean
A4. Falling
A5. Banjo Race
A6. Tropical Paradise
A7. Junkit

B1. Wormaphobic Disorder (Tangerine Remix)
B2. Submerged
B3. Snot A Problem
B4. Moonlight Sonata (3rd Movement)
B5. Glow Worm Jim (Subterranean Radio Edit Remix)
B6. Italian Medley

C1. What the Heck (The Oneups Remix)
C2. The Moo Tango
C3. Buttville
C4. Early Bird (Junkit Remix)
C5. Doobeedowapbop
C6. Psycrow
C7. Darkworm Rag
C8. 80’s Annelid
C9. Lorenzen’s Dirt (Subterranean Remix)

D1. Dixieland Finale
D2. Continue to Rock
D3. Dad’s Tune
D4. The Big Top Polka
D5. Keyz To New Junk City (Junkit Remix)
D6. Party Time
D7. Intestinal Distress (Previously Unreleased)
D8. Earthworm Jim (Video Game Live Montage)

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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.

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