Regina Spektor's 'Orange Is The New Black' Theme Issued On Vinyl For Record Store Day

2 March 2014 | 12:11 pm | Staff Writer

It'll be an orange 7", natch!

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Regina Spektor's You've Got Time has become an online favourite since being featured as the main title theme of cult US women's prison series Orange Is The New Black. The song will now be issued as a limited vinyl single on Record Store Day, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Created by Weeds writer/producer Jenji Kohan, Orange was one of the first cluster of shows commissioned for American on-demand-Internet-streaming-service Netflix (alongside House Of Cards, the resurrected Arrested Development and Nordic noir remake Lilyhammer). The prison dramedy has been renewed for a second season due in June.

The spiky track quickly became a fan must-have when the show debuted in July last year. Recorded specifically for Orange, You've Got Time has previously only been available as a stream.

An audio clip of the song, uploaded to YouTube seven months ago, has now been played over a million times.

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This Record Store Day, April 19, You've Got Time will be made available as a stand-alone 7" single, to be pressed on orange vinyl. It will be coupled with b-side Call The Brothers, previously only available on deleuxe editions of Spektor's 2012 album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats.

Only 3,000 copies will be made available for sale on the day. 

The track was nominated in the Best Song Written For Visual Media category at this year's Grammys but was beaten out by Adele's Skyfall theme. 

Watch the opening credit sequence for Orange Is The New Black below: