Soundtrack for Stephen Hawking Film 'Theory of Everything' Set for Reissue on Transparent Blue Vinyl

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Professor Stephen Hawking and Eddie Redmayne attend  the UK Premiere of The Theory Of Everything at Odeon Leicester Square on Dec. 9, 2014 in London. 

The reissue follows the deaths of Hawking this week & the album's composer Jóhann Jóhannsson in February.

The soundtrack to The Theory of Everything -- the film about the relationship between the late astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and his first wife -- will get a limited-edition vinyl reissue on April 27. The re-release follows the deaths of the film’s composer, Jóhann Jóhannsson, on Feb. 9, and Hawking, on Wednesday.

The vinyl specialty label Music on Vinyl will reissue the Grammy Award-nominated soundtrack on 180-gram transparent blue vinyl, and the production run is limited to 1,500 individually numbered copies worldwide. (The Theory of Everything soundtrack was first released on transparent clear vinyl in 2015, in a limited run of 1,000 copies.)

The Theory of Everything earned Eddie Redmayne an Academy Award for actor in a leading role, for his portrayal of Hawking. The film was nominated for an additional four Oscars: best picture, actress in a leading role (Felicity Jones as Hawking’s wife, Jane), original score (Jóhannsson) and adapted screenplay.

Two-time Oscar nominee Jóhannsson also garnered an original score Academy Award nomination for Sicario. He additionally earned two Grammy Award nominations for best score soundtrack for visual media (The Theory of Everything and Arrival).

The Theory of Everything soundtrack has sold 13,000 copies in the U.S. across all formats (vinyl, CD, digital, etc.), according to Nielsen Music, through March 8.

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