like other Junkie XL (aka Tom Holkenberg) this score is heavy on the percussion. Not enough memorable themes on this score - just plenty of percussion - still it's enjoyable however - if i had to justify spending the 37 dollars.
I have #099 of the 1500 limited pressings of this clear/red 2 disk version. This one of those "At the Movies" Sony pressing.
the packaging is great - or maybe very good because well they used heavy cardboard for the inner sleeves they should also have included a plastic lining to said sleeve. The cardboard inner sleeves are pictures of the Tomb Raider - the outer gatefold is beautifully rendered and also plastic coated - protecting that is another thick PVC or Vinyl clear plastic.
the pressing is good - not that quiet but not terrible - there are some hisses and pops- i think most is static - but it's colored vinyl so you should expect some poor sonic qualities.
I have the LP120XUSB - there are a few tracks here with high frequency so there's some distortion - however i listened to the digital version there's also some distortion there just not a bad - maybe it's the master or maybe it's just my equipment - running the Audio-Technica LP120XUSB and a yamaha R-N803 - bypass the pre-amp section since the Yamaha has it's on Phono input.
If you love percussion and/or tomb raider or Junkie XL - this is a good score.
Edit 6/19/19- I really believe now after more experience with vinyl. The distortion on the upper end is due to the mastering. It was not mastered specifically for vinyl in mind. Just a hypothesis since I know nothing about mixing or mastering.