The 2001 Archie spinoff film Josie and the Pussycats was too smart for its time (and for how it was promoted). But the band’s catchy original songs are some of the better fruits of the mostly regrettable pop punk era. Now you can get them on vinyl thanks to Mondo.
Mondo and graphic designer Alan Hynes created this double vinyl record release of the trip-hop duo Dust Brothers’ original score for Fight Club. The records look like soap, and true to the film, you have to mutilate the sleeve before you can get your hands on the records.
Handcrafted wooden record dividers that are as enduring as your vinyl record collection. They come in two sizes, in vertical or horizontal orientation, stencilled or engraved, and in alphabetical, genre or custom categories. The shop also has a similar line for books.
A box set that contains the media in the Voyager Golden Record – a gold-plated copper phonograph record carried by the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space probes as a message to extraterrestrial beings. It consists of 3 vinyl records, a hardcover book and a lithograph.
Angelo Baldamenti’s spooky yet comforting score is back on vinyl for the first time in 25 years, courtesy of Mondo. This release features a die-cut outer jacket that complements the David Lynch-approved cover art. Inside are liner notes by Baldamenti and song lyrics.