SHAPESHIFT RECORDS

The raddest scores and soundtracks of the 80s and 90s re-imagined in nostalgic 16-bit audio, pressed on vinyl.

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Your Favorite TV Shows & Movies Transformed

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MOVIES

From Caped Crusaders to Paranormal Investigators, and Killer Robots to Mutant Ninjas, the catalog of generation-shaping movies that made us goes deeper than the back room of your shady video rental store… and finds NEW life as the RETRO movie games we always wish existed.

GAMES

Born and bred with a game controller in our hands, we’ve always imagined the PERFECT video game. An experience that truly felt like the films we watched into static-ridden oblivion on our VCRs. Not just empty clones of other games, or cheap tie-ins rushed to coincide with the box office. It’s our dream to recreate those classic movie moments in timeless 16-Bit glory.

VINYL

In an age of digital, sometimes that unkillable zombie from the past, rising from its grave reigns supreme…Vinyl is back, and better than ever. And it’s the only way to relive the most iconic TV & Movie Soundtracks from the VHS era as button-mashing, d-pad smashing Retro Video Game anthems. All pressed on high quality 180 gram vinyl in an explosive array of colors and styles.

PLAY. FLIP. REPEAT.

Why has no one done this before!? These guys are either morons or geniuses."

Pukus J.

This record knocked my socks off in the gnarliest way possible.

Chris S.

Where the HECK is my Burger King!? No, like seriously... who took my food?

Brian P.