Boogiepop Music Inspired by Boogiepop and Others CD

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SKU: 742617931123

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About Boogiepop Music Inspired by Boogiepop and Others CD

This audio CD contains the hauntingly beautiful music from the Boogiepop and Others Live Action Movie, composed by Japan's spectacular composer Yuki Kajiura, famous for her amazing work on such well known titles as Noir, Gundam SEED, .hack//SIGN, and Kimagure Orange Road: Summer's Beginning. Features music heard in the movie as well as original scores inspired by the Boogiepop and Others Japanese Novels. With musical styles ranging from light jazz and piano and to pop mixes this is a great addition to any fan's collection.

Total Running Time: 40 minutes, 11 tracks.

  1. Daphne
  2. Sad Bird
  3. Nepenthe #1
  4. Porcelain
  5. Egotism
  6. Forget-me-not
  7. Nepenthe #2
  8. Criss-Cross
  9. Embrace
  10. Boogiepop
  11. *Bonus Track: Wagner/Overture "Die Meistersinger Von N'g" Boogiepop Version Classical Mix

*As was the intention of the producers, track 10 and the bonus track have very long running times. There are points during which noise will be heard. Be aware of this.

Details

  • Publisher: NOZOMI/LUCKY PENNY
  • Media: Music CD
  • Genre: Horror
  • Themes: Music
  • Release Date: 2/6/2002
  • Weight: 0.25

Ratings & Reviews

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Kajiura at her best. Haunting and beautiful. Recommend highly.

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This music represents a departure from Kajiura's usual work. The motif is very different from .hack//SIGN, Noir, etc. I love those soundtracks, but this is something entirely different. Moody, dark, haunting, and quite beautiful. I've been playing it regularly for years and never tire of it. Highly recommended.

Crank up the boogie, and listen to it pop! ^_^

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This soundtrack was great, (in my opinion) much better than the Boogiepop Phantom OST. The wide variety of musical styles offers a little something for everyone. Heck, they even included some Wagner at the end! Anyway, this is a CD that ANYONE can enjoy, whether they've seen 'Boogiepop and Others' or not. My advice? You know that little 'purchase' sign at the top...?