Three top titles from Rare's back catalogue will see their soundtracks re-released on vinyl.

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The official OSTs for Banjo-Kazooie, Perfect Dark and Battletoads are now available to pre-order from store.iam8bit.com.

Each record is limited to just 3000 copies.

Both Banjo-Kazooie and Perfect Dark are priced at $35 each and are double vinyl releases.

Battletoads is priced $25 and is the single vinyl re-release of a limited edition version which went on sale and then quickly sold out at San Diego Comic-Con last month.

Each features their respective original game score as composed by Rare veterans such as David Wise, Grant Kirkhope and Graeme Norgate.

The trio go on sale tomorrow, 4th August at 6pm UK time, timed with the launch of Rare Replay on Xbox One.

Just look at their album art - it is gorgeous:

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