It’s time to Get Schwifty with the new Rick and Morty soundtrack


It’s time to polish up on your Rick Dance, because Rick and Morty is finally releasing a soundtrack.

While there is no news on an official release date for the much-anticipated season four, Rick and Morty is bridging the gap by releasing an official soundtrack for the show. The series, whose musical choices and original pieces are just as exceptional as the rest of the show, has brought to light some very talented and under-exposed musicians and bands. Now, not only will we be able to enjoy catchy originals like “The Rick Dance” and “Get Schwifty” and music from show composer Ryan Elder, but music from bands like Chaos Chaos, Blonde Redhead, Mazzy Star, and Belly.

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And if this gift wasn’t enough for Rick and Morty fans, the album will also feature two new songs from Chad VanGaalen and Clipping – perhaps to be featured in the upcoming season four. The album will be released on September 28 on standard CD, a double LP, and a full digital version. November 23 will see the album drop on cassette tape (for nostalgia purposes, I guess?) and colored vinyl for the deluxe double LP edition.

According to Nerdist, the deluxe double LP edition “will have the LP on colored vinyl in a specially designed box with LED lights and a plexiglass window. The deluxe edition also has a bonus 7-inch single with a single remix of the screaming sun from “The Wedding Squanchers,” as well as a poster, a patch, and a sticker.” So that deluxe edition is obviously pretty special and a must-have for real enthusiasts of both the series and of special edition vinyl albums.

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This announcement comes hot on the heels of Rick and Morty’s first Emmy nomination for the episode “Pickle Rick”, so it comes at an optimal marketing moment – not that there’s really a bad one considering the rabid fanbase. I’ll be looking forward to finally being able to use “Goodbye Moonmen” as my own personal lullaby.

Source – Nerdist & Screenrant