The Legend of the Mystical Ninja double vinyl soundtrack reprinted

Jerry on 2020-11-08
Ship to Shore of Brooklyn has published The Legend of the Mystic Ninja double vinyl soundtrack album. The two-disc analog record set features music by Kazuhiko Uehara and Harumi Ueko and includes liner notes by Anthony John Agnello on Konami's action-adventure title for the Super Nintendo console.

Published in Japan in 1991 as "Ganbare Goemon," the game stars two inhabitants of the fishing village of Edo, Tokyo. Goemon and Ebisumaru embark on a quest to rescue Princess Yuki, the daughter of the Emperor, from the clutches of the nefarious Otafu clan.

The physical release of the Super Nintendo game score ships through distributors Light in the Attic in Seattle, Mondo in Austin, PixelCrib of Melbourne, and from Fangamer, both in Tucson, Arizona and in Japan. From the product page:
The Legend of the Mystical Ninja, originally released as Ganbare Goemon: Yukihime Kyūshutsu Emaki, remains one of the most unique games released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The first game in the Goemon series released in US (though the 5th overall), the soundtrack is a great example of Konami's innovative use of the SNES's unique sound hardware. Combining traditional Japanese melodies with the brilliantly funky slap bass that the console was known for.
Mondo (Austin) - The Legend of the Mystical Ninja 2XLP

Fangamer (Tucson) - The Legend of the Mystical Ninja 2XLP

Fangamer Japan - がんばれゴエモン サウンドトラック アナログ盤

Light in the Attic (Seattle) - The Legend of the Mystical Ninja Vinyl Soundtrack

PixelCrib (Melbourne) - The Legend of the Mystical Ninja Vinyl Soundtrack

Ship to Shore (New York) - OUT OF STOCK

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