RUNNING WILD Forum Members Join Forces To Record Song: Audio Available

Several members of the official RUNNING WILD forum have joined forces to create a track entitled "Cybertavern". The song, which has been more than a year in the making, can be downloaded at this location. A posting on the RUNNING WILD web site explains:

"Forums dedicated to discussions about various artists are no longer virtual places where fans just meet and talk. If their admiration for a certain artist is huge and if it happens for some of them to be into music-making as well, really interesting things can come to light. And the 'Cybertavern' is one of them."

"It took more than one year for some of the members of the RUNNING WILD Forum to create this song wanting to make it truly special. At this moment, they consider their work done..."


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