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* [=BlackGryph0n=], a BigNameFan of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', produced a song dedicated to the Cutie Mark Crusaders about their quest to find their cutie marks (a special mark that signifies your true calling), called [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4bBNbiVrus "Crusader (Are We There Yet)"]]; it was a hopeful but somewhat bittersweet tune about how hard the little trio was fighting to finally find their marks and how their determination, though admirable, is also aimless and shows a desire to grow up too fast, prompting the singer (implied to represent their elder sisters) to grow concerned for them. The sequel/reprise, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdHm4dXkFNo "Here We Are"]], is a powerful and triumphant song that [[spoiler:celebrates the day that the Crusaders ''finally'' found their purpose and gained their cutie marks (which occurred in the episode "Crusaders of the Lost Mark", which inspired the song), while simultaneously marveling at the realization that their true talents were right in front of them the whole time and they never knew it until that day]].
15th Aug '17 11:09:05 PM wolftickets1969
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* Music/VNVNation's ''Empires'', also combining this trope with BookEnds, reprises the intro track "Firstlight" in the finale "Arclight".
5th Aug '17 1:07:39 AM LiquidoSerpiente
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**Carry That Weight from Music/AbbeyRoad reprises the opening of the earlier Abbey Road track, "You Never Give Me Your Money", with a [[OrchestralBombing full orchestra.]]
31st Jul '17 12:47:05 AM Midna
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** Suteki Da Ne, Tidus and Yuna's love theme, first plays as a soft ballad in Macalania Forest when they [[RelationshipUpgrade kiss for the first time]]. It plays over the end credits, this time a triumphant orchestral remix. [[spoiler:At this point, Tidus has died with Sin]], and Yuna has delivered a sorrowful but triumphant speech to all of Spira, [[TearJerker asking them to never forget those they have lost]].

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** Suteki Da Ne, Tidus and Yuna's love theme, first plays as a soft ballad in Macalania Forest when they [[RelationshipUpgrade kiss for the first time]]. It plays over the end credits, this time a triumphant orchestral remix. [[spoiler:At this point, Tidus has died with Sin]], and Yuna has delivered a sorrowful but triumphant speech to all of Spira, [[TearJerker asking them to never forget those they have lost]].lost.



** ''VideoGame/HaloReach'' is full of these. "Before the Fire" is an uplifting-yet-solemn version of ''2''[='s=] "In Amber Clad." "We Remember" is "Hymn to Reach" given heroic electric guitars, in the style of the original "In Amber Clad". And the middle part of "Ghosts and Glass" (which "Spartans Never Die" is a DarkReprise of the beginning of) is a triumphant version of the middle of the TearJerker "Ashes."

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** ''VideoGame/HaloReach'' is full of these. "Before the Fire" is an uplifting-yet-solemn version of ''2''[='s=] "In Amber Clad." "We Remember" is "Hymn to Reach" given heroic electric guitars, in the style of the original "In Amber Clad". And the middle part of "Ghosts and Glass" (which "Spartans Never Die" is a DarkReprise of the beginning of) is a triumphant version of the middle of the TearJerker "Ashes."



* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'', Luke's theme receives both this and DarkReprise... ''twice each'', ending with five versions of the same theme (Motoi Sakuraba apparently [[SignatureStyle loves to do this]])
* Compare the LonelyPianoPiece [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGviDMKLrz4 opening theme]] of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' to it's soaring, orchestral [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRu2WD6MtUs ending theme]].

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* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'', Luke's theme receives both this and DarkReprise... ''twice each'', ending with five versions of the same theme (Motoi Sakuraba apparently [[SignatureStyle loves to do this]])
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* Compare the LonelyPianoPiece [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGviDMKLrz4 opening theme]] of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' to it's its soaring, orchestral [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRu2WD6MtUs ending theme]].



* The theme to ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' and ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' was replaced with a different track in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater''. Absent a muzak version in a cutscene, it stays out of the game until the ending, in which it plays twice over two minutes: a [[SofterAndSlowerCover subdued version]] over [[spoiler:a very sad Snake receiving the title of Big Boss]], and then, ninety seconds later, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr8WslV4cEw#t=3m21 a fully orchestrated version]] over the revelation to the player that [[spoiler:the Boss was sent on a suicide mission that was to end with Snake killing her]]. It ends up being both triumphant and utterly heartbreaking in the same breath.

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* The theme to ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' and ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' was replaced with a different track in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater''. Absent a muzak version in a cutscene, it stays out of the game until the ending, in which it plays twice over two minutes: a [[SofterAndSlowerCover subdued version]] over [[spoiler:a very sad Snake receiving the title of Big Boss]], and then, ninety seconds later, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr8WslV4cEw#t=3m21 a fully orchestrated version]] over the revelation to the player that [[spoiler:the Boss was sent on a suicide mission that was to end with Snake killing her]]. It ends up being both triumphant and utterly heartbreaking tragic in the same breath.



** ''NierAutomata'' follows suit in [[spoiler: Ending E. As you battle through a bullet-hell credits boss worthy of Touhou's infamous Lunatic mode, "Weight of the World" plays. When you die--and you will die, as the minigame becomes [[UnwinnableByDesign intentionally impossible]] by the time you hit the QA team if not before--players connected to their respective system's network [[YouAreNotAlone will begin to receive messages from other players all around the world, encouraging them.]] Enough deaths, as the game itself tries to convince you to give up and abandon the task, and you'll receive [[BigDamnHeroes last-minute]] [[TheCavalry reinforcements]] in the form of six ships circling you, comprised of other players' data, forming an impenetrable shield. At this point, "Weight of the World" kicks into a swelling, trilingual chorus as you absolutely curbstomp through the rest of the credits (and any destroyed fighters shielding you are immediately replaced with someone else's).]]

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** ''NierAutomata'' ''VideoGame/NierAutomata'' follows suit in [[spoiler: Ending E. As you battle through a bullet-hell credits boss worthy of Touhou's infamous Lunatic mode, "Weight of the World" plays. When you die--and you will die, as the minigame becomes [[UnwinnableByDesign intentionally impossible]] by the time you hit the QA team if not before--players connected to their respective system's network [[YouAreNotAlone will begin to receive messages from other players all around the world, encouraging them.]] Enough deaths, as the game itself tries to convince you to give up and abandon the task, and you'll receive [[BigDamnHeroes last-minute]] [[TheCavalry reinforcements]] in the form of six ships circling you, comprised of other players' data, forming an impenetrable shield. At this point, "Weight of the World" kicks into a swelling, trilingual chorus as you absolutely curbstomp through the rest of the credits (and any destroyed fighters shielding you are immediately replaced with someone else's).]]



* The first phase of the final boss of ''VideoGame/Splatoon2'' is accompanied by a DarkReprise of [[spoiler:"Bomb Rush Blush", Callie's solo song from the first game.]] However, once [[spoiler:Marie]] arrives, the song becomes a triumphant ''mashup'' of [[spoiler:"Bomb Rush Blush" and Marie's own solo song, "Tide Goes Out".]]

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* The first phase of the final boss of ''VideoGame/Splatoon2'' is accompanied by a DarkReprise of [[spoiler:"Bomb Rush Blush", Callie's solo song from the first game.]] However, once [[spoiler:Marie]] arrives, the song becomes a triumphant ''mashup'' of [[spoiler:"Bomb Rush Blush" and Marie's own solo song, "Tide Goes Out".]]]] The final phase of the battle [[spoiler:after the Squid Sisters get back together]] uses "Spicy Calimari Inkantation", which is self-explanatory, but itself contains a triumphant reprise of "Inkopolis Evolution", the Splatfest plaza theme from the first game.
29th Jul '17 3:09:55 PM BeeKirbysNewComputer
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* The first phase of the final boss of ''VideoGame/Splatoon2'' is accompanied by a DarkReprise of [[spoiler:"Bomb Rush Blush", Callie's solo song from the first game.]] However, once [[spoiler:Marie]] arrives, the song becomes a triumphant ''mashup'' of [[spoiler:"Bomb Rush Blush" and Marie's own solo song, "Tide Goes Out".]]
17th Jul '17 8:48:22 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''ComicBook/FunHome: TheMusical'''s "Flying Away (Finale)" is an epic [[BookEnds reprise of the opening number]], "It All Comes Back", as a [[CounterpointDuet Counterpoint Trio]] between present-day Alison and her past selves.
23rd Jun '17 10:02:30 PM wolftickets1969
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* The album version of the Music/PetShopBoys' cover of "Always on My Mind" has this after the "In My House" interlude.\

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* The album version of the Music/PetShopBoys' cover of "Always on My Mind" has this after the "In My House" interlude.\
23rd Jun '17 10:02:04 PM wolftickets1969
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* The album version of the Music/PetShopBoys' cover of "Always on My Mind" has this after the "In My House" interlude.

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* The album version of the Music/PetShopBoys' cover of "Always on My Mind" has this after the "In My House" interlude.\
* Mono Inc.'s ''Together Till The End'' album {{bookends}} "The Banks of Eden" with an orchestral reprise InTheStyleOf "He's A Pirate" from the ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' film series.
10th Jun '17 8:02:45 PM tyrekecorrea
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*** The pop rendition of "Let It Go" is sung over the end credits.''

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*** The pop rendition of "Let It Go" is sung over the end credits.''



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21st May '17 9:05:02 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Theatre/AVeryPotterMusical'', the first time Quirrell and Voldy sing "Different As Can Be" it's about how annoyed they are with each other, the reprise is about how they're [=BFFs=] and ends with them joyously singing about their plans to murder Harry Potter.
* In ''Theatre/{{Starship}}'', "Status Quo" ends with a triumphant reprise of [[IWantSong "I Wanna Be"]] [[spoiler: about how Bug ''finally is'' a starship ranger]].
* ''Theatre/TurnaboutMusical'' has "Justice for All (Reprise)" which is an awesome enough DarkReprise of "[[VillainSong Anything to Win"]] but it's also an amazing duet between Phoenix and Mia (from beyond the grave) about how the ideals of justice have been served.



* In ''AVeryPotterMusical'', the first time Quirrell and Voldy sing "Different As Can Be" it's about how annoyed they are with each other, the reprise is about how they're [=BFFs=] and ends with them joyously singing about their plans to murder Harry Potter.
* In ''Theatre/{{Starship}}'', "Status Quo" ends with a triumphant reprise of [[IWantSong "I Wanna Be"]] [[spoiler: about how Bug ''finally is'' a starship ranger]].
* ''Theatre/TurnaboutMusical'' has "Justice for All (Reprise)" which is an awesome enough DarkReprise of "[[VillainSong Anything to Win"]] but it's also an amazing duet between Phoenix and Mia (from beyond the grave) about how the ideals of justice have been served.
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