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It was first featured in the E3 trailer. In The Phantom Pain , the opening was heard during the montage for Venom Snake and Ocelot's journey from Cyprus to Afghanistan early in the game, and bars of it were also heard whenever Snake smokes a phantom cigar. The latter half is also played during the car scene at the end of Mission Skull Face, with the song playing in full during the credits for Chapter 1 around the time Eli receives the English strain of the vocal cord parasite from Tretij Rebenok. It is also featured as a cassette tape, acquired after completing Mission Sahelanthropus. It will also be a BGM track that will be made available in the Version 1. The version of the song shown during the trailer was edited to fit the footage and better provide clues as to the game's themes. During the Tokyo Game Show, a different verse of the song was heard, matching previously shown notes. Lyrics Donna Burke used in the recording of "Sins of the Father" with notes Ludvig Forssell gave her for when she practiced. This verse was not heard in the E3 trailer when the song debuted. Blind, in the deepest night Reaching out, grasping for a fleeting memory All the thoughts, keep piercing this broken mind I fall, but I'm still standing motionless.
Composição: Akihiro Honda
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