The original soundtrack to the Spider-Man film that started it all, is now available for the first time ever on vinyl. Danny Elfman’s 2002 Spider-Man score features music composed for the first installment of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy starring Tobey Maguire alongside Willem Dafoe, Kirsten Dunst, and James Franco. Conducted by Pete Anthony and opening with Elfman’s iconic Main Title theme, the high-flying, orchestral score soars alongside Peter Parker’s heroic origin story, including fan-favorite tracks such as the menacing “Parade Attack” and “Specter of the Goblin,” as well as the triumphant “Farewell,” “End Credits” themes and more. The Spider-Man 20th Anniversary Gold Vinyl Edition comes pressed on 180-gram gold-colored vinyl housed in a soft-touch, gatefold jacket with UV spot gloss and gold-foil lettering, a 2-sided poster insert, and printed euro sleeve featuring original film photography. Limited to 5000 individually numbered copies.