Sonic Mania’s Soundtrack Officially Released on Digital Platforms

As of today, Sonic Mania’s soundtrack is no longer a vinyl exclusive, as it has finally hit digital music platforms as Sonic Mania Selected Edition. This version of the soundtrack is more comprehensive than the vinyl, containing all forty-seven music tracks created for the game. The soundtrack can be downloaded for $15.99 on iTunes, $14.49 on Google Play, and $18.99 on Amazon. Individual tracks can be had for $1.29, $0.99 and $1.29 on each service respectively.

While the soundtrack is pretty comprehensive, there is a reason why it is called the “Selected Edition”. The album lacks the tracks that were originally composed for Sonic 1 and 2.

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  1. I think we might get a full complete original soundtrack on Mania with every song from the game with Green Hill, Chemical Plant, Oil Ocean and the music that plays during the ending cutscene.

  2. And once again, those who use ‘alternative methods’ get the better experience, as there are no missing tracks.

    Yes, I’m aware of the rights issues.

    1. That’s been separately available for a while now, as a normal release by Hyper Potions themselves.

  3. Really hope they release a CD version with ALL the tracks in there, especially the Sonic 1 and 2 tracks. I’d almost rather just get that and burn the tracks onto my phone instead of having to pay for an incomplete soundtrack.

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