Regina Spektor's 'Orange Is the New Black' Theme Gets Record Store Day Release (Exclusive)
The singer's original song, "You've Got Time," will get a special orange 7" vinyl record.
Regina Spektor's Orange Is the New Black theme, "You've Got Time," is getting a special Record Store Day release.
The singer's Grammy-nominated song will be available as an orange 7" vinyl record, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. Only 3,000 units will be available for purchase at participating retailers on Record Store Day, set for April 19.
The B-side on the "You've Got Time" vinyl release will be Spektor's "Call Them Brothers," which features singer-songwriter Only Son (former Moldy Peaches guitarist Jack Dishel). The track was previously only available on the deluxe version of Spektor's 2012 album, What We Saw From the Cheap Seats.
Since its July 2013 posting -- timed to the debut of the popular Orange Is the New Black -- Spektor's official YouTube video for "You've Got Time" has garnered more than 1 million views. It was nominated for a 2014 Grammy in the best song written for visual media category.
Orange Is the New Black's sophomore season debuts June 6 on Netflix.
Last year's Record Store Day helped push record sales when 244,000 vinyl LPs were sold -- the largest one-week sum for vinyl albums since SoundScan started tracking sales in 1991.
Listen to the full track below.
Watch the opening titles to Orange Is the New Black.