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Old 2009-03-10, 19:38   Link #101
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I don't like Kajiura enough to call myself a fan, but Natsu no Ringo really is A+++++++. ~D:
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Old 2010-03-18, 06:23   Link #102
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Just listened to the new Red Moon album and it is GLORIOUS.
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Old 2010-03-19, 23:49   Link #103
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From what I remember Wakana is 24 (December 1984), Keiko is 23 (December 1985), Hikaru is unknown.
Hikaru is currently 23. She was born in 87.

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Old 2010-03-22, 20:16   Link #104
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Just listened to the new Red Moon album and it is GLORIOUS.
I like her last album with Kalafina specially Red Moon & Storia tracks.
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Old 2010-04-27, 22:11   Link #105
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Commercial for "The Best of Yuki Kajiura Live"

http://www.jvcmusic.co.jp/asx/v/v-03415.asx
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Old 2013-05-22, 17:05   Link #106
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From what I remember Wakana is 24 (December 1984), Keiko is 23 (December 1985), Hikaru is unknown.
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Hikaru is currently 23. She was born in 87.
Umm.. I'm 32 born in 1981. How are they 24 and 23? ._. and how did both of you come up with age 23 from being born in 1985 and 87?? O_o
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Old 2013-05-22, 17:46   Link #107
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Umm.. I'm 32 born in 1981. How are they 24 and 23? ._. and how did both of you come up with age 23 from being born in 1985 and 87?? O_o
You do know what the "2010" above the post means, right?
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Old 2013-05-22, 19:14   Link #108
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Kajiura's music almost always makes an anime's soundtrack very good even if it's complete gibberish or sounds like an opera-sung grocery list.
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Old 2013-05-22, 23:25   Link #109
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You do know what the "2010" above the post means, right?

Woops

Didn't realize that. I saw there concert not to long ago.
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Old 2013-05-25, 09:58   Link #110
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WOW !! I forgot this thread existed. 2010 is when I re-discovered Kajuira's music thanks to Sora No Woto. Lost track of her after Madlax.
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Old 2013-05-26, 03:23   Link #111
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Her best work, in my view is going to be tied between My-HiME and Kara no Kyoukai. In the first instance, you've got a lot more musical variety than what she offers up nowadays (one of the few instances where you get bits of light-hearted music from her here and there). With KnK, its atmosphere is extremely absorbing, showcasing much breadth from awesome battle themes to great character themes.

Saw her in concert last year at Anime Expo and was quite pleased with her offerings.
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Old 2013-05-29, 12:07   Link #112
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Agreeing that My-HiME and Kara no Kyoukai is one of her best, in my opinion. I'd also like to throw Xenosaga Episode II and III's soundtracks on to that list.
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Old 2013-05-29, 12:13   Link #113
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I always thought her best was between Kara no Kyoukai or .hack//SIGN. I'm surprised no one else thinks the same about her work with SIGN.
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Old 2013-05-30, 22:09   Link #114
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I always thought her best was between Kara no Kyoukai or .hack//SIGN. I'm surprised no one else thinks the same about her work with SIGN.
I'm sure you'll find quite a few people since Emily Bindiger's vocals are pretty haunting and appealing because of it. I tend to see more fan-love for Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle than anything else though.
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