The soundtracks to the Marvel series Daredevil and Jessica Jones are to be released on vinyl.
Both shows air on the streaming service Netflix, with the Drew Goddard-created Daredevil debuting in April 2015, while the Melissa Rosenberg-created Jessica Jones kicked off its first season in November 2015. Its second season will debut in January 2017, while Daredevil‘s second season was released on Netflix in March.
Consequence of Sound reports that the official soundtracks for both Marvel shows will now receive the vinyl treatment. Daredevil‘s score, composed by John Paesano, will be pressed on red vinyl and limited to 3000 copies, while Emmy-award winner Sean Callery’s soundtrack for Jessica Jones will be pressed to two purple vinyls and again limited to 3000 copies.
The two soundtracks go on sale today (November 9) over at Mondo at 6pm BST (12pm CST), while the two records will also be available to buy at the Brooklyn branch of Alamo Drafthouse in New York City.
Daredevil was renewed for a third season back in July. A premiere date has yet to be confirmed, but Charlie Cox, who plays the title character, has said that he’d like to see the supervillain Bullseye make his way into the show.
Speaking to Screenrant in March, Cox said: “If we are fortunate enough to continue making the Daredevil series, I can’t imagine doing a run of Daredevil where Bullseye doesn’t show up at some point. It would be great to have him around at some point.”