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Metal Gear Solid 3 : Snake Eater: Original Soundtrack

by Konami
No Operating System
 Ages 3 and Over
4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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  • Platform:   No Operating System
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B0007Y126K
  • Release Date: 23 Aug. 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,496 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

DISC 1 Special Camouflage Key Disc (This means you can use this CD with the game and unlock one exclusive camouflage pattern, otherwise not available in the game!)


1 .Snake Eater ( Cynthia Harrell )
2 ."METAL GEAR SOLID" Main Theme ( METAL GEAR SOLID 3 Version )
3 .CQC
4 .Virtuous Mission
5 .On The Ground~Battle In The Jungle
7 .Shagohod
8 .Operation Snake Eater
9 .Mission Briefing
10.Across The Border~Snake Meets The Boss
11.Eva's Unveiling
12.Ocelot Youth~Confrontation
13.The Cobras In The Jungle
14.The Pain
15.The Fear
16.Fortress Sneaking
17.Underground Tunnel
18.The Fury

Healing Tracks
19.Surfing Guitar ( 66 Boys )
20.Sailor ( Starry.K )
21.Salty Catfish ( 66 Boys )
22.Old Metal Gear ( Starry.K )


1 .Battle In The Base
2 .Volgin, The Torturer
3 .The Sorrow~Everlasting Fight
4 .Clash With Evil Personified
5 .Sidecar - Escape From The Fortress
6 .Sidecar - On The Rail Bridge
7 .Takin' On The Shagohod
8 .Escape Through The Woods
9 .Troops In Gathering
10.Life's End
11.Last Showdown
12.The Return Of The MiGs
13.Don't Be Afraid ( Elisa Fiorillo )
14.Eva's Reminiscence

Healing Tracks
16.Rock Me Baby ( 66 Boys )
17.Pillow Talk ( Starry.K )
18.Jumpin' Johnny ( Chunk Raspberry )
19.Sea Breeze ( Sergei Mantis )

Extra Track
20.Snake vs Monkey

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A true masterpiece 2 April 2005
It is indeed true that the two mediums of game and film are becoming increasingly blurred. Games now have cinematic sections in which the player becomes a passive observer, as opposed to a player. Despite this blend, many games still lack the fundamental element of cinematic presentation - a high quality soundtrack. There are of course exceptions, notably the Final Fantasy Series, but it is truly the Metal Gear Solid Series which breaks the trend and defies all expectation.
The album begins, and the listener is treated to 'Snake Eater', a turn away from traditional Metal Gear introductions. The track is similar to the brassy tracks of the earlier James Bond themes, and conveys the same feeling of the clasic spy thriller. Whilst this is of course appropriate to the game, which is set in 1964, it is also a welcome turn away from the usual.
The Main Theme follows, demonstrating the talents of Harry Gregson-Williams in blending a range of styles. A harmonic introduction is followed by an orchestral variation on the original theme, then a techno-style development, before returning to the classic theme. It's a six-minute wander through the music of the album, and a truly remarkable exposition.
The music continues to maintain this high quality throughout both CDs. Of particular note are the new theme for Ocelot, the fast-paced Sidecar tracks, and the heart-rending Debriefing, which, in the game, accompanies one of the most emotional CG sequences ever seen in a production of this sort. Bonus tracks are included, which are hidden in-game tracks, and for those who enjoy replaying the game, a special camouflage is included.
The presentation of all the tracks is slick and seamless, and almost all the music is included.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic 1 Jun. 2005
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Games have changed; videogame music no longer comprises of bleeps and blops. Metal Gear Solid 3 is a masterpiece of gaming, and the soundtrack complements it perfectly. From soft, subtle sounds to stirring scores, the work of Harry Gregson-Williams is always a pleasure to listen to. The Metal Gear theme tune is particularly awe-inspiring, and has just as much personality and as much of an epic feel as the Star Wars theme. The MGS3 remix is more subtle, but it is still a wonderful piece to listen to. Even those who despise video games will like this.
And for those with MGS3, the AUSCAM camoflage can be unlocked within the game as a bonus.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An outstanding masterpiece 11 Aug. 2005
This is without a doubt the best soundtrack i have ever heared before! The music is composed mainly by the film composer Harry
Gregson Williams (the rock, enemy of the state etc). Each piece beautifuly reflects the scene it is being created for.
A must have for all soundtrack lovers!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Die Hard fans!!!!!!! 27 Mar. 2005
just bought this after completin mgs 3 for hundreth time.....
The sound track was mostly made buy Harry gregson williams who has also composed for films such as; the Rock, Mgs 2, Phone booth, enemy of the state,man on fire, its obvious that he's guud at doing his job and that shows in mgs 3. The music in the game is what all bad games are lacking.....it shapes the metal gear world and creates the best tention in a game ive ever played....."i must destroy the shagohod!!!".....the music is simply amazin and belive me if u like the game you'll want the music plus the extra camo.....yay!!!!
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