Netflix’s gamble on Cowboy Bebop has paid off with dividends for followers. A tweet from Wario64 has revealed a limited-edition vinyl assortment of the short-lived collection’ soundtrack, that includes new music from Yoko Kanno and The Seatbelts.
Restricted Version Cowboy Bebop 2xLP soundtrack obtainable at Netflix ($160. Music from the Netflix collection) https://t.co/2Q3zrCW4B4
restricted to 1000 qty, that includes a decadently furry — and tremendous touchable — jacket pic.twitter.com/peXMqhY5cw
— Wario64 (@Wario64) August 2, 2022
That was all the time the satan’s discount with this present. It might have been good (and I preserve that it was respectable sufficient to deserve a second season). It might have been atrocious. (It wasn’t, however there have been some really bad moments.) However it doesn’t matter what it was, it might be value it to get, and I can not stress this sufficient, new Cowboy Bebop music from Yoko Kanno and The Seatbelts.
And now we now have it. Produced in collaboration with iam8bit, the soundtrack is a two-LP set that includes purple vinyl and a corgi-colored furry jacket full with Ein’s canine collar. It prices $160, and that’s quite a bit however nonetheless, prone to repeating myself, new Cowboy Bebop music from Yoko Kanno and The Seatbelts! (And, if $160 is just too a lot or vinyl isn’t your factor, you should buy the digital album on Amazon Music for $19 or just stream it on Spotify.)
Why are you continue to right here? You may get it from Netflix here. Truly, no. Keep a bit as a result of I would like time to safe one of many 1,000 copies for myself.