Bobby Cannavale in the premiereo of Vinyl on HBO

Atlantic Records and Warner Bros. Records are doing something pretty cool for music fans with the debut of “Vinyl” on HBO — Volume 1 of the soundtrack has been released physically and digitally, featuring 18 songs from the premiere, and the music will continue to be released on a weekly basis throughout the 10-episode first season.

Each Friday of the season there will be a digital EP released that features music in and inspired by the upcoming Sunday’s episode. On the final Friday of the season, a second physical and digital soundtrack will be released.

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“There’s such an opportunity to [release] music around these weekly episodes,” Atlantic Records Group president of film  and television Kevin Weaver tells Rolling Stone. “There was a wealth of amazing music, plus this idea of curating a music experience connected to the show by adding some inspired-by content.”

Each episode has a six-figure music budget and each weekly EP features up to 30 songs. Artists that appear throughout the season include Iggy Pop, Chris Cornell, Nate Ruess and Trey Songz. The premiere playlist is below, and it’s available now in stores and on iTunes and Amazon.

1. Ty Taylor – “The World Is Yours”
2. David Johansen – “Personality Crisis”
3. Kaleo – “No Good”
4. Sturgill Simpson – “Sugar Daddy” (Theme from “Vinyl”)
5. Ruth Brown – “Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean”
6. Otis Redding – “Mr. Pitiful”
7. Dee Dee Warwick – “Suspicious Minds”
8. Mott the Hoople – “All The Way From Memphis”
9. David Johansen – Stranded In The Jungle”
10. Chris Kenner – “I Like It Like That”
11. Ty Taylor – “Cha Cha Twist”
12. The Jimmy Castor Bunch – “It’s Just Begun”
13. Soda Machine – “Want Ads”
14. The Meters – “Hand Clapping Song”
15. Soda Machine – “Slippin’ Into Darkness”
16. Edgar Winter – “Frankenstein”
17. Nasty Bits – “Rotten Apple”
18. Foghat – “I Just Want To Make Love To You”

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