Stephen King's Original 'IT' Soundtrack Is Getting an Insanely Deluxe Vinyl Release via Waxwork

The 3-LP set comes with a printed newspaper for your very own 'S.S. Georgie' and a balloon
Stephen King's Original 'IT' Soundtrack Is Getting an Insanely Deluxe Vinyl Release via Waxwork
Following a string of hints, Waxwork Records has confirmed it will be releasing the first-ever vinyl release to Stephen King's original 1990 made-for-TV film IT. And the seriously deluxe package will come packing more than a few bells and whistles, to say the least.

As the label confirmed today, the package will go as far as including a printed newspaper insert with instructions on how to make your very own S.S. Georgie, as well a balloon. Because as Waxwork states, "Don't you want a balloon?"

The 1990 score is composed by Richard Bellis, and while it has perviously popped up on CD, digitally and as a very unofficial vinyl pressing, this will mark the first-ever vinyl release of the complete score.

Waxwork will be pressing IT as a sprawling 3-LP package on 180-gram red, blue and yellow "Balloon" couloured vinyl. It will feature new Stephen King-approved artwork by Matt Ryan, and the package will also come with always-lovely spot gloss coated tri-fold jackets.

While the full details aren't available just yet, Waxwork says to expect the release to be available on Tuesday (April 10).