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  1. Hi There! This is my remix of the Theme of Laura (Reprise) from Silent Hill 2. I enjoyed making this one. The original was one of my favorite tracks from the game, and it means a lot to me, so I decided to make a remix! I wanted to put my own spin on it while keeping in touch with the dirty dark feel of the game. Recently submitted this for judging. Hope it goes through! Original: Remix: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9s3jegf088btdro/Theme of Laura (Reprise).wav?dl=0
  2. Hey guys, we would like to show you the third track of our upcoming demo, a little tribute to Akira Yamaoka and one of his greatest works: Please feel free to like, comment and share and check out our band page to be surprised for a special treatment for our next and final demo track: https://www.facebook.com/remembercitadelband/ Best regards RemCit
  3. I am actually surprised that there are no remixes of the Dog Ending song from Silent Hill 2! It is obviously a joke kind of track, but still very catchy. I'm sure there is a great range of possibilities one could do with it (and not necessary in the comedy genre). To add a constructive suggestion, I think something like ska/punk would work really well here. But a dramatic orchestral variation could also be possible and very surprising!