When director Gus Van Sant selected Elliott Smith to contribute to the soundtrack for his 1997 film, ‘Good Will Hunting,’ the decision would help push the singer-songwriter into a sudden and unexpected spotlight at that year’s Academy Awards. The movie -- starring Robin Williams and Matt Damon -- would go on to receive nine nominations, including one for Smith’s ‘Miss Misery.’ Now, in 2015, you’ll be able to grab the 18-year-old soundtrack on vinyl.


Capitol will release the soundtrack on vinyl on Feb. 3. Featuring the original track list, the album includes six songs from Smith: two versions of ‘Between the Bars,’ ‘Angeles,’ ‘No Name #3,’ ‘Say Yes’ and ‘Miss Misery.’ The soundtrack also offered music from the Waterboys, the Dandy Warhols and more.

You can pre-order the ‘Good Will Hunting’ soundtrack now on Amazon.

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