Akira Yamaoka, simply a great composer!
Gen
Jun 14 2007, 09:07 PM
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Anyone knows heard about him?
He's the composer of the legendary survival horror game franchise : Silent Hill.
His songs are great, very powerful playing with lot of feeling.
http://www.radioblogclub.com/open/108984/s...e%20The%20Devil : "She might be the devil", is a bluesy style song he made for the first game of the serie.

http://www.radioblogclub.com/open/108984/t...me%20Of%20Laura : and this is the "theme of laura", a song made for silent hill 2. Sad, yet, attractive.
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- Gen   Akira Yamaoka   Jun 14 2007, 09:07 PM
- - Ryan   Great stuff right here   Jun 14 2007, 09:11 PM
- - The Uncreator   Love Akira Yamaoka, i have alot of his soundtrakcs...   Jun 14 2007, 11:03 PM
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