Jonny Greenwood's 'There Will Be Blood' Soundtrack Gets First-Ever Vinyl Release

Jonny Greenwood's 'There Will Be Blood' Soundtrack Gets First-Ever Vinyl Release
Despite Jonny Greenwood releasing his beloved score to There Will Be Blood more than a decade ago, the Radiohead hero's soundtrack to the 2007 Paul Thomas Anderson film is at last coming to vinyl for the very first time.

On January 18, Greenwood's There Will Be Blood soundtrack will get its first-ever vinyl release via Nonesuch.

The release will now come on 140-gram wax, which was pressed at Record Industry in the Netherlands. It includes a pair of tracks not originally featured on the album: "Proven Lands (Intro.)" and "De-Tuned Quartet."

The vinyl version of the album was mastered for vinyl by Graeme Stewart and Christian Wright at the famed Abbey Road Studios.

The standard retail version will be pressed on black vinyl, though if you want to chance some added surface noise on coloured wax, Vinyl Me, Please has an exclusive variant on silver vinyl.

Down below, you can refresh your memory of what Greenwood actually cooked up for There Will Be Blood.

As reported this morning, Radiohead are now set to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.