Looking back at 2012 thus far, Journey stands out as one of the strongest soundtracks of the year. We had the pleasure of hearing from composer Austin Wintory regarding the score as well as offering our own review of the soundtrack in Note Worthy 001 after the album received its original digital release.
Sumthing Else Music Works has finally prepared a physical CD version, however. For $13.97, fans can get their hands on the disc which sports some snazzy artwork along with a booklet containing comments from Wintory and several staff members involved with the soundtrack. If you didn't pick up the digital album already, this is the version to get.
Are you still mesmerized by Journey and its soundtrack? Will you be looking into the physical release?
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