Ah, that damned piano again.... It is really no fun to listen to. So let's concentrate on the playing.
The Raindrop prelude is really too slow I think, there are a couple of reading errors, and you are very unsure in the ornaments and passagework. In the middle section, the LH melody should be more in the foreground, not the RH drone - we know about that by then. In the climax of the middle section, you make some ugly rushes, best to keep that in strict tempo, and create the drama using dynamics, not 'rubato' (have you looked that term up yet ?
Overall you need to take care with chords, make sure you play them evenly (that is, press all the keys at the same time).
The funeral march... now that was hard listening. Good that you started over, as it was beyond repair the first and second time, but why on earth did you not cut out the two wrong parts ? It's also very slow, not so much the march as the trio - which should really bring some light and contrast. The march itself should be more desperate and grim. There is a persistent wrong note in one of the chords where the theme gets transformed into major. I suggest that you listen to a recording, and listen to your own recording, score in hand, and try to find the errors.
Apart from a couple of nasty mistakes, these are technically not too bad. But both these pieces are not the most exciting and varied, and a pianist must really do a lot to make them interesting and to keep up the listener's attention. Just going through the notes is not enough.