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The music of The Last Guardian is coming to vinylThe music of The Last Guardian is getting its own release later this year, thanks to a double vinyl LP featuring composer Takeshi Furukawa’s soundtrack. For Team Ico fans without a functioning record player, they’ll also be able to enjoy The Last Guardian’s music digitally. The Last Guardian’s vinyl soundtrack will be released sometime during the first quarter of 2017, and will feature a tri-fold cover with artwork from illustrator Nimit Malavia.

The five-minute-long expletive-ridden clip includes scenes of partial nudity and simulated torture, rape and beatings.

This photo taken Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 shows former Hungarian trumpet player Ervin Vaszondi. He was one of the musicians whose band recorded jazz tunes with the help of an American diplomat who rented a recording studio in Budapest in 1956. At the time, jazz was banned in Hungary by the communist regime but the recordings of the Hungarian musicians were broadcast by the Voice of America in Nov. 1956. (AP Photo/Andras Nagy)BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — In the Hungary of the 1950s, jazz music was a dangerous pastime — but music lovers got some clandestine help from the United States government.

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They join Woman of the Year recipient Madonna as stars who will be honored at this year's Women in Music event, set for Dec. 9 in New York.

This cover image released by Fantasy Records shows, "Burn Something Beautiful," a release by Alejandro Escovedo. (Fantasy Records via AP)Alejandro Escovedo, "Burn Something Beautiful" (Fantasy Records)

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