Mission into CHAOS! was a Man or Astro-man? 7" released on One Louder Records (LOUD1) in 1993. The sleeve was made from glossy cardstock that was machine-folded and glued, leaving only one edge open. With some copies there was an double-sided Astro-Man fan club insert.
Here is a copy of the insert:
It was pressed exclusively on thick, opaque black vinyl (3000). The back cover mentions that the songs were meant to be a soundtrack to a lost spy film of the same title. A reward was offered to anyone who could find a complete, intact print of the film. The film didn't actually exist, but that didn't stop several fans from submitting their own versions. The "winner" of the find the film contest was a guy named Jason Hill. He was listed on the inside sleeve of the follow up single Return to Chaos.
Here is the vinyl record:
Samples used at the beginning of "Madness in the Streets" and "Point Blank" were taken from a G.I. Joe book and record story put out by Peter Pan Records in the 1980s. Here is what the cover looked like:
And below is the audio from YouTube. The "Madness in the Streets" clip starts at 4:45 and the clip used for "Point Blank" starts at about 5:14. Many thanks to Brandonio Granger for pointing this out to me!