Metal Gear Solid Ⅴ Lost Tapes streaming on YouTube Music

Jerry on 2022-08-31
Produced by designer Hideo Kojima, Konami Digital Entertainment published Metal Gear Solid Ⅴ: The Phantom Pain Soundtrack Selections in September of 2015, featuring music for the stealth action game for Windows, PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

"The Lost Tapes," composed Ludvig Forssell of Death Stranding, premiered in Japan on March 30th of 2016. The album collects music tracks not included in the prior three soundtrack publications, available for streaming on YouTube Music.

The Original Soundtrack by Forssell, Justin Burnett and Harry Gregson-Williams is streaming on Amazon Music Unlimited, Spotify and Apple Music. "Quiet’s Theme" is composed by Akihiro Honda, with lyrics by Forrsell, and vocals by Stefanie Joosten. "Sins of the Father" is performed by vocalist Donna Burke.

Published separately, the Extended Soundtrack includes 114 music tracks not included on the original soundtrack album, primarily from Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain cinematic cutscenes. Music for the album is composed by Forssell, Honda, Rina Yugi, Moe Jono and Steve Henifin.

From the product page:
Nine years after the events of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and the fall of Mother Base, Snake a.k.a. Big Boss, awakens from a nine year coma. The year is 1984. The Cold War serves as the backdrop as nuclear weapons continue to shape a global crisis. Driven by revenge, Snake establishes a new private army and returns to the battlefield in pursuit of the shadow group, XOF.
Metal Gear Solid Ⅴ "The Lost Tapes" - Apple Music / YouTube Music