A series of cover versions of popular 50s/60s pop songs translated to German as well as some original songs were made for Wolfenstein: The New Order and released on vinyl. The songs were performed by a string of fictional artists under the fictional label, Neumond Recording Company. In reality it was released by Bethesda.
The pressing was on 500 hand-numbered copies on red solid 140g vinyl.
The official store page (now taken down) featured the following item description:
“Neumond Records was responsible for some of the biggest hits of 1960s Germania. Famously known for having something for everyone, few relics of their catalog have actually survived to today.
Recently unearthed in an abandoned bunker, this collected Superhits LP is making the largest collection of their recordings available in their entirety for the first time in decades.
Pressed on 140g red vinyl, this LP contains nine tracks, and each album is individually numbered out of an edition of 500. And our diligent archivists have been able to account for all of them, so it’s possible this collection was never actually sold by Neumond before they collapsed!”