|2004-02-17, 19:55||Link #45|
Join Date: Dec 2003
5 Last Exile
4 Uchuu no Stellvia
3 R.O.D. & TV
1 Haibane Renmei
I'm sure we can all agree that this should have been at least a 10 list as 5 makes it ultra-hard. With that in mind...
6 Kiddy Grade
7 Witch Hunter Robin
...ahhhh, much better!
|2004-02-18, 14:44||Link #46|
Join Date: Jul 2003
I tend to prefer the more thematic stuff:
1.) Patlabor Movie 2
2.) Macross Plus (Yoko Kanno is outrageously talented)
3.) Jin-Roh (The Wolf Brigade)
4.) Ghost in the Shell Movie
5.) Cowboy Bebop (Kanno-san again)
FMP! Fumofu OP/ED, Rahxephon OP, just about any of Hayao Miyazaki's movies.
|2004-02-19, 22:50||Link #47|
Join Date: Jul 2003
Not quite OST
Naruto Op 3 - Haruka Kanata
Shaman King - 2nd op(forgot name but i think its called Northen Lights)
Full Metal Panic fumoffu - Kimi Ni Fuku Kaze
Kimi Ga Nozomu Eien - Hoshizora no Waltz
D.N Angel - True Light
damn vejita i forgot about Chobits and Trigun
|2004-02-20, 02:40||Link #48|
A Hunter of Peace
Join Date: May 2003
Location: Tokyo, Japan
1. The Vision of Escaflowne: For Lovers Only OST
2. Trigun: The Second Donuts OST
3. FLCL OST 1
4. Hajime no Ippo OST 1
5. Cowboy Bebop: Blue
What I've been listening to the most as of late:
1. One Piece: Music and Song Collection 2
2. Gungrave OST 1: - righthead -
3. Love Hina: Original Sound File (Disk 2, and only listening to the symphonic tracks)
4. Piano OST
5. Video Girl Ai OST 1
|2004-03-16, 08:03||Link #56|
the High Elf
Join Date: Mar 2004
Dug and found this.
1. Spirited Away Soundtrack (had listen to this continusly for a month and still not sick of it)
2. Whisper of the Heart Soundtrack (same as above)
3. The Best of Detective Conan (was listening to it daily, until my sister lost it.....)
4. Piano Solo and Keyboard Animation Best Collection: Hayao Miyazaki
|2004-03-17, 23:03||Link #58|
1). Naruto - Only the beginning and ending themes.
2). Berserk - Its all good
3). Inuyasha - Fukai Mori, Dearest, and My Will mostly
4). Cowboy Bebop
5). And uh since I cant think of anymore OST at the moment ill make my own fake one consisting of certain music from Hellsing, Witch Hunter Robin, Silent Mobius, Evangelion. Most evil song ever: The Big O theme song. GET OUT OF MY HEAD!
|2004-03-22, 23:30||Link #59|
Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Loving a peaceful life in San Clemente, California.
Oh, mercy's sakes anime music is wonderful.
Listening to a good soundtrack from a great anime is an easy way to remember the emotions stirred up when watching the show. Plus it's often in another language so you won't get bothered by lame love song lyrics!
I've seen a lot of anime but my top 5 is similar to a lot of people's:
1. Cowboy Bebop (TV and the Movie). Yoko Kanno already proved herself awesome with Macross Plus... with the addition of her and The Seatbelts, Cowboy Bebop went from an excellent anime to a masterpiece.
2. Noir - Like CB I think this anime was majorly helped by the music. Hearing Yuki Kajiura in concert at the last AX was so unbelieveably cool, too.
3. My Neighbor Totoro - You're not a real anime fan unless you can sing the opening and closing songs, plus hum all of the BGM. "Arukou! Arukou... Watashi wa, genki! ..."
4. Kodomo no Omocha - Oh this anime rocked, and the music kicked ass! Even Sana's improvised raps were mighty good!
5. Ranma 1/2 - For sheer numbers of songs, this anime had enough good ones to make it into the top 5. "Ranma to Akane no Barado" (OVA version) still gives me goose bumps after listening to it for almost a decade.
O'course there's plenty more anime's that deserve a mention: Jungle wa Itsumo always gets me out of my chair and dancing like a maniac, Tenchi Muyo (original) Pioneer did a phenomenal job on this anime, Mahou Tsukai Tai OVAs, Porco Rosso, The Ping Pong Club, Macross, Macross Plus, Macross 7, Akira, All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku, Ah! Megami Sama!, Di Gi Charat, Sakura Wars, Shamanic Princess, St. Luminous Mission High School, Laputa, Yawara, Sailor Moon, Piano, Tiny Snow Fairy Sugar, and Chibi Maruko. That last one has a remarkably creative soundtrack for such a mild anime.
|2008-03-31, 10:57||Link #60|
Join Date: Mar 2008
Well I can't think of five so I'll just talk about my favorite one...
Personally, my all time favorite is the Cowboy Bebop soundtrack. Yoko Kanno did a crazy awesome job with it. You don't have to be a fan of Cowboy Bebop to like it, I told a non-anime fan friend of mine to check it out and he really enjoyed it.
Shinichiro Watanabe was just genius in his execution of Kanno's work. I was reading an interview with Watanabe about a year ago and he said that he picked the music first, then animated the scenes to the music.
Generally, when I watch anime the music plays a secondary role in the anime. However, in Cowboy Bebop it really plays a primary role, it's just great.