EXCLUSIVE: Mario Movie Bowser’s heartfelt ode to “Peaches” has its own song on vinyl

IGN can exclusively reveal that iam8bit will not only be selling physical vinyl records, CDs, and even cassette tapes for the Super Mario Bros. movie soundtrack. , but will also produce a 7″ vinyl single featuring “Bowser’ Peaches” on Side A and the classic “Mario Bros. Rap” on Side B.

While the digital soundtrack to The Super Mario Bros. Movie will be available tomorrow, April 7, those physical releases will ship in the third quarter of 2023, complete with all 36 tracks created through a collaboration between Nintendo composer Koji Kondo and composer Brian Tyler of Fast & Furious. Furious series, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Crazy Rich Asians fame.

Previously mentioned Special 7″ Vinyl Single With Bowser “Peaches” and “Mario Bros. Rap” it will cost $12.99. 2xLP vinyl, The entire soundtrack, on the other hand, features “a cool gatefold jacket designed by Scott Saslow that features art straight from Illumination’s all-star team” and “fun record sleeves featuring a style of familiar Super Mario Bros. icons.”

The vinyl album costs $42.99 and is pressed in red and green. iam8bit will also be selling a special pink and yellow road for those who want something a little different.

Compact disk, Sold for $19.99, you get the complete soundtrack on two discs in a “four disc premium package.”

finally, cassette tape It will cost $19.99 and will randomly be either Mario Red or Luigi Green.

All of these physical releases are available for pre-order iam8bit.com It is expected to ship again in the third quarter of 2023.

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In our review of the Super Mario Bros. movie, we said it’s “a fireball of animated fantasy, beating Paper Mario’s bland plot with undeniable charm and energy.”

For more, check out how much of the movie is expected this weekend, our look at whether Nintendo movies will get bigger than Marvel movies, and how Jack Black was reluctant to sing in the movie until he realized he couldn’t miss Love Song.

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Adam Pankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @employee and on twitch.

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