Have a listen to what's on this BioShock 2 vinyl - destructoid

Have a listen to what's on this BioShock 2 vinyl

5:20 PM on 07.06.2009

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)

Last week, a package arrive from 2K Games that contained a mysterious vinyl record. On it was printed "Rapture Records," the font and name immediately recognizable -- we had a promotional BioShock 2 item on our hands.

After trying to get the 7" vinyl to work on our iPhones, Zunes, and PlayStation 3s, we finally got our hands on a record player. So what secrets lie within the grooves of the phonograph? Side A contained an anthem for Rapture, an uplifting number you might hear before a ball game... if that was the kind of thing they did underwater. 

The B-side was mostly the same, a repeat of the anthem... to a point. As the music crackles and fades out, a little girls voice comes in, calling out for her "daddy." Creepy isn't the word for it; we've been having nightmares about it all weekend. 

But why take our word for it? Hit the jump to find out how you can hear it for yourselves.

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