Album artwork for Silent Hill 4: Original Video Game Soundtrack by Akira Yamaoka

Mondo, in collaboration with Konami, with the next installment of the Silent Hill soundtrack series: the premiere vinyl pressing of the final game by series original developers. The Room is quite different from previous games in the series, both in narrative structure and gameplay. Following an all new protagonist who wakes up in a Rear Window meets Room 1408 hellscape. How did he get there? Where does that hole in the bathroom lead? What do those mysterious numbers mean? Cults and ghosts, and of course the eponymous town await our hero, but can he survive, and save his neighbor from certain doom?tThe inventive subversion of structure is grounded by an incredible and reliably dynamic soundtrack by Akira Yamaoka: anthemic rock songs, trip-hop and ambient droning that bring the world of The Room to life, and... afterlife..

Akira Yamaoka

Silent Hill 4: Original Video Game Soundtrack

Mondo
Album artwork for Album artwork for Silent Hill 4: Original Video Game Soundtrack by Akira Yamaoka by Silent Hill 4: Original Video Game Soundtrack - Akira Yamaoka
Album artwork for Silent Hill 4: Original Video Game Soundtrack by Akira Yamaoka
LPx2

£39.99

Indie Retail Colour Exclusive.

Released 25/03/2022Catalogue Number

MOND218D

Akira Yamaoka

Silent Hill 4: Original Video Game Soundtrack

Mondo
Album artwork for Album artwork for Silent Hill 4: Original Video Game Soundtrack by Akira Yamaoka by Silent Hill 4: Original Video Game Soundtrack - Akira Yamaoka
Album artwork for Silent Hill 4: Original Video Game Soundtrack by Akira Yamaoka
LPx2

£39.99

Indie Retail Colour Exclusive.

Released 25/03/2022Catalogue Number

MOND218D

Mondo, in collaboration with Konami, with the next installment of the Silent Hill soundtrack series: the premiere vinyl pressing of the final game by series original developers. The Room is quite different from previous games in the series, both in narrative structure and gameplay. Following an all new protagonist who wakes up in a Rear Window meets Room 1408 hellscape. How did he get there? Where does that hole in the bathroom lead? What do those mysterious numbers mean? Cults and ghosts, and of course the eponymous town await our hero, but can he survive, and save his neighbor from certain doom?tThe inventive subversion of structure is grounded by an incredible and reliably dynamic soundtrack by Akira Yamaoka: anthemic rock songs, trip-hop and ambient droning that bring the world of The Room to life, and... afterlife..