You can visit the official nine-inch nail studio and get your copy of the earthquake soundtrack. Nine inch nails made the soundtrack of the earthquake in 1996. Though not 100% resting on the shoulders of nine-inch nails, the revival of vinyl records is in full swing. The release of Quake’s vinyl soundtrack seems too good to miss this opportunity. Just like Quake made 3D hardware gas pedals, it also brought sound to the forefront of computer games. It’s time for gaming journalism to take its place as a real source, not as a fan of free advertising. Those who have the right sound settings can destroy their enemies in Quake with some cool music. I remember going to a local shopping mall when the earthquake struck. That’s when I realized that I was addicted to Quake, and it all started with the soundtrack. When I came to the store for the first time since the Doom Store, I saw it sitting on my computer and showing off, and I started listening to this rock music louder and louder. They were told to turn the music off or remove the speakers because they were getting embarrassed. It was recently discovered that more vinyl records than CDs were sold in the first half of 2020. They connected a computer with big stereo speakers or something like that.