A couple reasons to not get the Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens original score on vinyl: It costs $48 (you get a free digital version, at least) and it's musically at that level of epic where you're only realistically gonna play it every so often.
But if you're a wealthy something or other, a collector or someone who will actually play a double LP Force Awakens soundtrack on the regular, there's a big upside: IT MAKES HOLOGRAMS.
You don't have to take the word of some press release or product description, either. Watch up top to see a Millennium Falcon and a TIE-Fighter hover right over the glossy black slab o' John Williams space opera.
Artist/holographer Tristan Duke explains in the video:
"This is an all-analog process. Just like the music on the record, the grooves are carved into the record and recording sound, I'm actually carving grooves of a different kind, that record light."
The Force Awakens vinyl is available June 17. While you're here, live it up with some fancy cosplayers from New York Comic Con 2015: