"LSD Revamped" on 3xLP red vinyl; composed by Osamu Sato; released in 2019 by @stsphonoco. Let me just start off by saying that this one is a huge deal for me as I have always absolutely adored this soundtrack. This is vinyl re-release of Sato's 2018 revisitation to his soundtrack for the cult classic Japan-only PlayStation title "LSD: Dream Emulator," which was also produced and designed by him. Essentially, he remixed and remastered the tracks from ten years ago. The original soundtrack release also featured remixes by other artists (such as Ken Ishii, μ-Ziq, and Morgan Geist) and Sato himself under a pseudonym, all of which are included in this new release plus a few new ones. The standalone soundtrack release is very different from what you would hear in the game itself since the game uses procedural generation to create its music (essentially, dozens of loop tracks are running at once in the background and all get muted besides a few random ones). Instead, these tracks work as full self-contained compositions. The music is heavily inspired by IDM / jungle artists such as Aphex Twin, and it's absolutely awesome. I prefer the original 1998 mixes for a few tracks ("Professional Problem" in particular); however, the new mixes are mostly all great and an overall general improvement. The track order is quite different from the CD version by mixing the originals and remixes together, which is fine, though I'd rather them be segregated. The CD bonus track "Mayday" is not featured here; however, the vinyl set has its own exclusive track entitled "Typhoon Tribe," which is quite good itself. Overall, Ship to Shore did a fabulous job with this set. The new gatefold art is awesome and the music sounds terrific on vinyl.