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Silent Hill Revelation
Album
Silent Hill: Revelation Original Soundtrack
Artist
Jeff Danna & Akira Yamaoka
Vocals
None
Length
2:29
Last song
None

Silent Hill Revelation is a song from Silent Hill: Revelation and is the first track of the Revelation soundtrack. It was composed for the film by Akira Yamaoka and Jeff Danna.

It contains part of Innocent Moon.

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Tracks
Silent Hill Revelation - Early Birthday Present - Armless/The Missionary Attack - Vincent and Heather Open the Box - Born and Raised in Silent Hill - Heather in the Fog World - Alessa's Mother/No Ordinary Spider - Vincent Condemned - Master of the Order - Red Pyramid/The Nurses - The Carousel/Red Pyramid Battles the Missionary - Lost Souls - Rain of Brass Petals - Three Voices Edit - Silent Scream
Songs not included in the soundtrack
Don't Abuse Me - Promise (Reprise) - Devil's Laughter
Artists
Akira Yamaoka - Jeff Danna - Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
Soundtracks
Silent Hill Original Soundtracks - Silent Hill 2 Original Soundtracks - Silent Hill 3 Original Soundtracks - Silent Hill 4: The Room Original Soundtracks - Silent Hill: Zero Original Soundtracks - Silent Hill: Homecoming Soundtrack - Silent Hill: Shattered Memories Soundtrack - Silent Hill: Downpour Original Soundtrack - Silent Hill: Book of Memories Original Soundtrack - Silent Hill: Revelation Original Soundtrack
Special Edition Soundtracks
Silent Hill 3 Original Soundtrack Limited Edition - Silent Hill 4: The Room Limited Edition Soundtrack - Silent Hill Sounds Box
Categories
Music - Music People - Vocal Music - Music Videos

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