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We've all experienced it. Your house party is in full swing, your playlist accruing a smattering of compliments, when a rogue film soundtrack sneaks into the mix. As you scramble to unplug your iPod, the Imperial March kills the atmosphere quicker than a force choke.

That's not to say there isn't a time and a place for a movie soundtracks - we'd have a pretty extensive collection if the cover artwork was designed by Simon Delart. The Parisian designer has reworked icons from of some of the greatest film scores ever recorded with a triangle-filled low poly effect to create a series of gorgeous vinyl covers.

The sleeves included entries for Star Wars, Jurassic Park and the *VVWWWAAAAARRNNNPPP*-heavy Inception. Plug yourself in to your favourite soundtrack and take a look through our favourites. You can see more of Delart's work over on his Behance page.

(Images: Simon Delart)

[Via: Design Taxi]

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