"Eva's Reminiscence" is an introspective piano-based piece that entrances with its minimalistic craftings and ethereal overdubbed sound effects. Though the trumpet solo section isn't particularly well crafted, it adds a new dimension to the theme leading to a more ab lib performance from Fiorillo in the last 90 seconds. Moving on to the second disc, Gregson-Williams makes crucial appearances with the rhythmically continuous "Sidecar" action compositions, the haunting "Virtuous Mission" arrangement "The Sorrow ~ Everlasting Fight", and the electro-nationalistic blend "Troops in Gathering". Daunting and uncompassionate, "Volgin, The Torturer" is built around a well-articulated steady beat that resembles the sound of approaching footsteps, while the "Clash With Evil Personified" provides an electrifying mixture of overdriven guitar beats, orchestral discords, and... didgeridoo utters. Audio CD $25.21 $ 25. The soundtrack also included a "Special Camouflage Key Disc" which allowed players who owned a copy of Metal Gear Solid 3 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. The theme of "Snake vs. Monkey" is included at the very end of the soundtrack; it features tense rhythm-driven music reminiscent of Hibino's battle themes but is more linearly developed and slightly less intense given it is used in a silly mini-game. After a sudden chromatic progression cuts the section short, Gregson-Williams introduces an ambient original section featuring his signature boundless strings against electronic beats. FREE Shipping by Amazon. 'border=0 width=88 height=31>')//-->. Developing over 6:32 to encompass a variety of fluidly integrated sections, the slow ethereal introduction gives way to a action-packed brass-punctuated section loosely based on original theme's melody. Snake Eater 2. Staff. Çok oyunculu yerine tek oyunculu modu mevcuttur. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack album of Konami's Playstation 2 video game Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and was released by Japanese music label, Phantom (Japan), on December 17, 2004 under the catalog number KOLA-089/090. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater soundtrack from 2004, composed by Harry Gregson-Williams, Norihiko Hibino. EMBED (for wordpress.com hosted blogs and archive.org item tags) Want more? escape(document.referrer)+((typeof(screen)=='undefined')? EMBED. The Camouflage in question was the Auscam Desert Camo. With the opening vocal theme "Snake Eater", composer Norihiko Hibino offers a James Bond parody that establishes the 1960s setting of the game. Together, Hibino and Gregson-Williams are a formidable team that contribute to Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater being one of the most fitting and refined cinematically inclined video game scores to date.