Godzilla vs. Megaguirus Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2XLP

Limited Edition
For the first time ever on vinyl, Big G battles the kaiju queen of the Meganula in GODZILLA VS. MEGAGUIRUS. Composed by Michiru Oshima, with brand new artwork by Attack Peter.

Limited to 2,000 copies, the Mondo Exclusive edition is housed inside a gatefold sleeve and jacket, featuring a double LP with a screenprinted side D. Also available in eco vinyl.
Composer Michiru Oshima
Artist Attack Peter
Properties GodzillaToho
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Product information
Pressed at GZ
Rpm 33 1/3
Vinyl weight 140g

Godzilla returns once more to face the combined might of Japan's most extraordinary scientists in the second picture of the Millennium-era: GODZILLA VS. MEGAGUIRUS. Looking for new ways to defeat the Big G, the JSDF invent an incredible new weapon called Dimension Tide, which creates a miniature black hole that will transport Godzilla far away from Earth. However, a byproduct of weapon testing leads to thousands of winged insects invading Tokyo and attacking Godzilla. The Big G fights back, but their new queen appears, now kaiju-sized due to Godzilla's atomic breath. A thrilling battle then occurs as Godzilla goes head-to-head with Megaguirus while the JSDF frantically works to disappear both monsters forever.

GODZILLA VS. MEGAGUIRUS saw the introduction of composer Michiru Oshima into the franchise with a fantastic score that built on previous Toho musical traditions with a view to the future. While using music composed by the great Akira Ifukube for two sequences, Oshima also unveiled her own theme for Godzilla. First heard in a slow and foreboding mode, it's quickly unleashed in gigantic low tones, as terrifying and inevitable as the Big G himself. Soaring heroic material represents the JSDF and their advanced Griffon aircraft, while powerful brass is used for the threat of Megaguirus. Cementing Oshima's reputation as a great composer, GODZILLA VS. MEGAGUIRUS is a classic of kaiju musical mayhem. - Charlie Brigden