The ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ score comes on splattered vinyl | Source: Mondo/the Pop Insider

Mondo is entering the multiverse — sonically. 

In collaboration with Hollywood Records and Marvel Music, the company is continuing its Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) soundtrack series with the premiere vinyl pressing of Danny Elfman’s score to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Composer Danny Elfman and director Sam Raimi are long-time collaborators, starting with Darkman in the ’90s and more recently on the original Spider-Man trilogy in the early ’00s. This second Doctor Strange movie marks the first time the two have teamed up in almost a decade. 

The front artwork for the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness vinyl. | Source: Mondo

The record features new artwork by Florian Bertmer, which pictures Doctor Strange sitting criss-cross on an orange and red, mandala-inspired background, hands out in a pose that will look familiar to those who have seen the movie. He wears the Eye of Agamotto and his usual Doctor Strange outfit. 

The vinyl itself is pressed on 180 Gram, Mondo webstore-exclusive color vinyl. The two LPs feature a black and red tie-dye effect that is sure to thrill any record collector. The score will also be available on black vinyl, in case you don’t want the colored option. 

The Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness score will be available to preorder for $40 at starting tomorrow, May 11 at noon CT. If you can’t wait until then to hear the soundtrack, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is currently playing in theaters nationwide. 

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Hannah Sacks

Hannah Sacks

Hannah Sacks was an editorial assistant at The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book. An avid reader, her first love is late Victorian literature paired with a huge plate of dumplings. When she’s not reading, she loves to attend concerts, cook elaborate dinners, and snuggle up with her two cats, Oscar and Percy.