Fans of Apple TV+’s popular sci-fi workplace drama, Severance, can have their very own Lumon music-and-dance experience — maracas not included. From Wednesday, November 23, the Mondo online store will be available exclusive “Severance” vinyl records. on sale that contain the official soundtrack, artwork, themed packs and other bonus merchandise.
As in the show, Mondo created two variations of the vinyl – an “innie” version and an “outie” version. Tomorrow, fans of the show can purchase the “Severance” vinyl. Mondo record store website.
The first version, the “Innie Edition,” costs $60 and includes the first season’s soundtrack by Theodore Shapiro and artwork by Greg Root. It should be noted that there are only 5,000 copies of the “Innie Edition” available and it is pressed on classic black vinyl. The limited edition item comes with a record in a blue concertina folder that features the Lumon logo. As a nod to the series, fans will also receive a Music Dance Experience card, an Eagan bingo sheet, four character cards, a hidden cut-out floor card, a recording safety card and a Lumon disco bag.
The second version, the “Outie Edition,” is priced at $35 and comes with the first season’s soundtrack and artwork. It doesn’t come with all the extras that were included in the first version. The “Outie Edition” is printed on white vinyl and the packaging is a brown office folder with “Severance” written on it. There’s also a 3/4 reversible circuit board box featuring art of three characters from the show – Irving (played by John Turturro), Healy (Britt Lauer) and main character Mark S. (Adam Scott).
It’s not often that Apple TV+ has collectibles for its original shows. The hit series “Severance,” starring “Parks and Rec” actor Adam Scott, performed well for the streamer. The show got 14 Emmy nominations this year. An apple is also set to release a second seasonwhich is currently in production.
Severance is set in a fictional company, Lumon, where employees have two personalities, an innie and an outie. Innie only appears in their office and doesn’t remember who they are outside of the workplace. The extrovert, on the other hand, can enjoy his private life with family and friends.