‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’ soundtrack to receive 10th anniversary box set reissue

The expansive box set drops on March 26, 2021

Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. the World turned 10 this year, and now its soundtrack is set to be reissued alongside the first-ever physical release of Nigel Godrich’s score as part of a new box set.

The reissue, which is called the Seven Evil Exes Edition is an expanded, limited-edition 4xLP picture disc box set that has both the soundtrack and the score to the indie favourite.

On top of the original soundtrack, this new version also features 24-minutes worth of unreleased tracks from Beck and Sex Bob-Omb, in addition to Brie Larson’s rendition of Metric’s “Black Sheep,” which was only ever featured in the movie.

Each side of the vinyl features an image of one of the seven evil exes Pilgrim battles in the film, and the final photo is that of Pilgrim and Ramona Flowers. The Seven Evil Exes Edition box set also features “notes and musings” from Wright and Godrich, a double-sided poster, and an exclusive colouring page with artwork from the creator behind the original graphic novels, Bryan Lee O’Malley.

The inclusion go Godrich’s score marks the first time ever that his score will get a vinyl release.

The Seven Evil Exes Edition is set for release on March 26th, 2021.