Mondo presses Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake double vinyl soundtrack
Published in Japan in 1990, Solid Snake for the MSX2 home computer is the direct sequel to 1987's Metal Gear, both directed by Hideo Kojima. Protagonist Solid Snake of the Foxhound special forces unit is tasked with exfiltrating a kidnapped scientist from behind the enemy lines of the heavily fortified Zanzibarland fortress.
The analog record set is also available through distributors Light in the Attic in Seattle, Black Screen Records in Cologne, PixelCrib in Melbourne, HighScore Records of Nantes, and disk union in Japan.
From the product page:
Hideo Kojima's direct, chronological sequel to the original MSX2 version of Metal Gear (not to be confused with the NES, ULTRA Games version of Metal Gear, nor is this title to be confused with it's unofficial sequel Snake's Revenge), Solid Snake tells the story of our previously retired hero's infiltration of Zanziberland to rescue a kidnapped Bio-Engineer, and ultimately destroy the latest Metal Gear. Audio-wise it features a step up on audio quality from its predecessor - the soundtrack to Solid Snake is a melodic, and dynamic synth soundtrack album that is heavily inspired by the synth wave soundtracks of 80's action and horror films.Mondo - Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake - Original Video Game Soundtrack 2XLP
Light in the Attic - Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake - Original Video Game Soundtrack 2XLP
Black Screen Records - Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake (Original Soundtrack)
PixelCrib - Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake (Original Soundtrack)
HighScore Records - Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake (Original Soundtrack)
Norman Records - Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake - Original Video Game Soundtrack 2XLP
disc union - 『メタルギア2 ソリッドスネーク』 2XLP
METAL GEAR 2: SOLID SNAKE (Exclusive Edition). Released in partnership with @MondoNews, this edition (on translucent red/frosted clear with black smoke) of the classic @HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN game is exclusive to our store. Available to order now: https://t.co/58qUQD9AtV @Konami pic.twitter.com/Y53UWTyMlq— Data Discs (@datadiscs) September 24, 2021