Episode 73: The Sounds of Silent Hill with @AvalancheJared

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PTR’s spoooooky October festivities continue with a focus on one of the most disturbing series of the last decade: Silent Hill. Jared Smith from the YouTube channel Avalanche Reviews joins Mike and Ed for an in-depth look at the music from the games, written by Konami and Grasshopper Manufacture composer Akira Yamaoka.

Learn about the mythos behind the eponymous town, find out what the games share in common with television series Stranger Things,  and listen to Mike rant about Resident Evil!  All this and more, on an extra-spooky edition of PixelTunes Radio!

Find Jared’s videos at Avalanche Reviews on YouTube and follow him @AvalancheJared on Twitter!

Thanks to Cam Mount, Cam Werme, Cam Chiles, KeyGlyph, and Anthony Pigg for sending in today’s PixelChat questions. Want to ask Mike and Ed a question of your own? Send an email to pixeltunesradio@gmail.com!

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The Tracklist:

All Music Composed by Akira Yamaoka

Introductory Track

“Theme of Laura” from Silent Hill 2

Silent Hill (PSX, 1999)

1 – “Silent Hill Theme”

2 – “Fear of the Dark”

Silent Hill 2 (PS2, XBOX, 2001)

3 – “The Reverse Will”

4 – “Forest”

Silent Hill 3 (PS2, Xbox,PC, 2003)

5 – “Please Love Me… Once More”

6 – “Dance With Night Wind”

Silent Hill: The Room (PS2, Xbox, PC, 2004)

7 – “Your Rain” feat. Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

8 – “Nightmarish Waltz”

Silent Hill Origins (PSP, PS2, 2007)

9 – “Wrong is Right”

10 – “Shot down in Flames” feat. Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories (Wii, PS2, PSP, 2009)

11 – “Different Persons”

Silent Hill: Homecoming (PS3, X360, PC)

12 – “Witchcraft”

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