Limited Edition JUNO Orange Wax Vinyl Soundtrack
The various artists soundtrack album to director Jason Reitman’s 2007 comedy/drama/romance film Juno managed to find its way to only two vinyl releases courtesy of Rhino Entertainment Company.
The first, released in December 2007 was a limited edition translucent “Tic Tac” orange vinyl release.
The second, released in February 2008, was a limited edition orange wax vinyl release, which is arguably the more collectible of the two since it is much more difficult to find.
Both contained exactly the same music so the only difference is the quality of the vinyl. That, and the wax version comes with a printed inner sleeve, which you can see in the above picture.
The number of limited edition’s remains a mystery.
- A1 Barry Louis Polisar – All I Want Is You (2:37)
- A2 Kimya Dawson – My Rollercoaster (Juno Film Version) (0:53)
- A3 Kinks, The – A Well Respected Man (2:41)
- A4 Buddy Holly – Dearest (1:53)
- A5 Mateo Messina – Up The Spout (0:54)
- A6 Kimya Dawson – Tire Swing (3:07)
- A7 Belle & Sebastian – Piazza, New York Catcher (3:01)
- A8 Kimya Dawson – Loose Lips (2:23)
- A9 Sonic Youth – Superstar (4:08)
- A10 Kimya Dawson – Sleep (Instrumental) (0:52)
- B1 Belle & Sebastian – Expectations (Remastered Version) (3:35)
- B2 Mott The Hoople – All The Young Dudes (3:35)
- B3 Kimya Dawson – So Nice So Smart (2:45)
- B4 Cat Power – Sea Of Love (Remastered Version) (2:22)
- B5 Kimya Dawson & Antsy Pants – Tree Hugger (3:14)
- B6 Velvet Underground, The – I’m Sticking With You (2:27)
- B7 Moldy Peaches, The – Anyone Else But You (2:59)
- B8 Antsy Pants – Vampire (1:20)
- B9 Michael Cera & Ellen Page – Anyone Else But You (1:56)
The Recording Academy awarded director Jason Reitman and producer Margaret Yen with the Grammy for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Juno.
“The success of this soundtrack and its recent Grammy win is a tribute to Diablo, Kimya, and Ellen, three incredibly talented women whose shoulders this soundtrack stands on. I look forward to chipping the Grammy into pieces and sending them each a piece,” said director Jason Reitman.
Is is also one of the best-selling digital albums of all time and, as it turns out, the orange wax version is also a big hit. While you can still get the translucent orange version pretty easily, it is safe to say the orange wax version has become a collector’s piece.
Note: The sale listing this post refers to is now sold. Finding the orange wax release is now extremely hard. The original Ebay link has been retained for information purposes.