Additionally, Integral features two hidden tunes based on Metal Gear 2 available via a secret codec frequency in the main game. One is an arranged version of the "Theme of Solid Snake", while the other is an arrangement of "Zanzibar She Was - Sniffing Glue - Sniffing Glue. Brawl on the Shadow Moses Island stage.
The CD was released on September 23, — three weeks after the Japanese release of the game. A total of three versions of the soundtrack were released, with the "Metal Gear Solid Control Mix" track missing from the earliest version.
Limited print editions of the Japanese copy and the standard European copy have cardboard sleeves accompanied with the discs jewel case. The final edition of the Japanese print does not come with the cardboard sleeve. Music played in-game has a synthetic feel with increased pace and introduction of strings during tense moments, with a looping style endemic to video games. Overtly cinematic music, with stronger orchestral and choral elements, appears in cutscenes.
The soundtrack was released on September 23,under the King Records label. It is the companion album to Black Discwhich featured similarly remixed music based on Snatcher and Policenauts. Like Black Discit contains a mix of new and previously published content, although only three tracks in Red Disc were actually recycled from a previous album namely the Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake original soundtrack album.
The CD was released on November 29, — the same day as the Japanese release of the game. All of the original music was composed by Norihiko Hibino. The CD was released on January 26, — two months after the Japanese release of the game. The soundtrack also included a "Special Camouflage Key Disc" which allowed players who owned a copy of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater for the PlayStation 2 to obtain additional camouflage uniforms for Naked Snake by selecting "Special Camouflage Key" under the menu titled "Special" once it's prompted to appear in the game.
Special camouflage key disc. Arranged by Harry Gregson-Williams. The CD includes promotional materials, such as songs, screensaver and a Snake Eater music video. Music is composed by Norihiko Hibino. The album comes with an page booklet featuring track listings and artwork by Hiroshi Banno and Junko Kolke.
The soundtrack was released on December 20, The album contains songs from various games in the series, as well as a new song titled "Metal Gear 20 Years History — Past, Present, Future —", a medley spanning the whole series. The album was produced by Norihiko Hibinowho also composed three of the album's songs and co-arranged two tracks.
While only fifteen minutes of music from the GEM Impact team Yoshitaka Suzuki, Takahiro Izutaniand Norihiko Hibino was featured on the official soundtrack, Norihiko Hibino later confirmed in an interview that the team in fact provided close to 90 minutes of music for the game's cutscenes. It possesses only track numbers5,13, 16, and 19 of CD1 and Rainiest Day Of Summer - Elizabeth & The Catapult - Taller Children 1, 10, 12, and of CD2 all of which are songs written by Harry Gregson-Williamswith none of the in-game tracks.
Metal Gear 25th Anniversary: Metal Gear Music Collection is a compilation album celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Metal Gear franchise, released on August 22, As a result of the game being focused on action rather than stealth like the previous Metal Gear games, the music has a different style. Director Kenji Saito proposed the idea of heavy and fast music featuring lyrics to Kojima Productions.
When the studio accepted Saito's idea, the two developers started working together to make the music. A soundtrack featuring themes from the game was featured in the limited edition. Since Octoberthe album Intruder 3 - Various - Metal Gear Solid Original Game Soundtrack no longer available on Spotify. However, unlike previous titles, his involvement during the composing process was minimal, with him ultimately only composing two tracks for Ground Zeroes.
In JulyRika Muranaka told Fragged Nation in an interview that over 30 commissioned songs were never used, thus playing part in Konami's budget concerns over the Metal Gear Solid V project. In an interview with lead composer Ludvig Borderline - Madonna - 1983 - 1989, it was revealed that there were over eight different versions of Sins of the Father made just for the trailer, on top of the various previous renditions.
Forssell himself provided the vocals during development. The extended soundtrack also contains music from "Ground Zeroes". The album was released on CD, as well as iTunes and Amazon. However, because of licensing issues, the soundtracks' licensed songs are missing from the digital versions. Along with Krystal Karrington - Lychee Lassi - Kap Horn, a separate album titled Metal Gear Vocal Tracks was released on the same day.
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