Silent Hill Sounds Box - Extra Music From Disc 8 - Track 25 - Ki-No-Ko From Lost Memories04:41

Silent Hill Sounds Box - Extra Music From Disc 8 - Track 25 - Ki-No-Ko From Lost Memories

Silent Hill Sounds Box
Akira Yamaoka
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Ki-No-Ko is a surreal five-minute short film published on Art of Silent Hill, Lost Memories: The Art & Music of Silent Hill and The Silent Hill Experience. The word "kinoko" is Japanese for "mushroom".

It is also a song on the Silent Hill Sounds Box. The piece is track 25 on Disc 8 (Silent Hill Extra Music & Silent Hill: The Arcade) and was composed by Akira Yamaoka.

See also


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Extra Tracks
Azusa 1GO - Silent Hill (estudio) - Anaconda - Tussock - Lost Carol (Long Version) - Rain of Brass Petals (Other Take) - Joe Sweet Dreams - Last Boss Remix - Dance Girl Dance - Queen of the Rodeo - All Screwed Up - Innocent Moon (Other Take) - I've Been Losing You - No Excuses - Your Rain (Reprise) - Result - Last Walk - Until The Stars Go Out - Kaminaga - Hanyo - A Monster In Her Eyes - Clown Parade - Serious - Moments In Bed - Ki-No-Ko - KO - Theme of Hanna - You Are Tired - Recorder 2007
Akira Yamaoka - Mary Elizabeth McGlynn - Joe Romersa
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
Music - Vocal Music - Music People - Music videos

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