TV Anime “CODE GEASS Lelouch of the Rebellion R2” 2nd Ending Theme
わが﨟たし悪の華 / ALI PROJECT
Catalog Number VTCL-35035
Release Date Jul 30, 2008
“Katana to Saya” is the 29th single released by ALI PROJECT. It was released in two versions, a regular CD only edition and a limited CD+DVD edition. It was their second single to be released in two editions and to include a DVD. The title track was used as opening theme song for the anime Katanagatari.
Released: 2010.08.25 // Catalog Number: LASM-4065[sociallocker]
1. Katana to Saya (Sword and Scabbard)
2. Haizakura (灰桜; Ashy Pink)
3. Katana to Saya (Instrumental) (刀と鞘)
4. Haizakura (Instrumental)
File Size: 52 MB (w/ scans)[/sociallocker]
Clamp School Detectives (CLAMP学園探偵団) aka CLAMP Campus Detectives is a manga series by Clamp, which was adapted into a 26-episode anime series, produced by Bandai Visual and Studio Pierrot. The manga series was serialized in Kadokawa Shoten’s Monthly Asuka manga magazine between January 1992 and October 1993, while the anime premiered in Japan on TV Tokyo between May 3, 1997 and October 25, 1997.
The CLAMP school, with its integrated curriculum from kindergarten to post-graduate studies, was founded by the largest of Japanese business empires, the House of Imonoyama. Funded entirely out of its own deep pockets, it was hoped that the school would be a haven for young men and women on whose shoulders our future would rest. The School is open to any talented individual, irrespective of his or her lineage or financial standing and is known to count scores of singularly talented pupils. It is furthermore also famous for its harboring of a remarkable percentage of party animals. Not even the bright and talented minds of CLAMP School can keep the campus free of crimes and mysteries. Or can they? Join Nokoru, Suoh and Akira, our case-cracking kid detectives, as they save the day and even the odd damsel in distress![sociallocker]
Quality: MP3 (320kbps)
Opening Theme: “Peony Pink” by ALI PROJECT
#01: “Youkoso Metallic Party” by Marble Berry
#02: “Gift” by Maaya Sakamoto [Single]
CLAMP Gakuen Tanteidan Mini Soundtrack
OST (320kbps + scans): Vol. 1 / Vol. 2
CLAMP Gakuen Tanteidan Vocal Collection[/sociallocker]
Avenger (アヴェンジャー) is an anime series, produced by Bandai Visual, Bee Train and Xebec, and directed by Koichi Mashimo. It is set on post-apocalyptic colonized Mars. The series premiered across Japan between 1 October 2003 and 24 December 2003 on the TV Tokyo network. Mars has been colonized and is a world where children have been replaced by robot servents known as ‘dolls’. Layla is a skilled fighter with a tragic past who travels about the world. Her companions are Nei, a strange and unique doll with some unknown ties to Layla, and Speedy, who is a doll breeder. The founders of Mars see the trio as a threat to their world, and each time they attack Layla and Nei a bit more of their mysterious past and future is revealed.
The story on this one is relatively stripped down and straightforward, though it unfortunately gets a little derailed and doesn’t do much to answer many questions or present a complete ending. However, like I said, if you’re looking for action, you’ll find it here, as much of the story centers around Layla fighting her way to the end of the anime, and there’s enough of a difference in her fights to keep your attention. No rehashed fighting animations here! All the cities involved in the story are all unique as well, so you won’t feel like the characters aren’t going anywhere; it manages to convey that ‘going on a journey’ feeling quite well, complete with wandering through the barrenness of Mars between cities.
The story fails a little where development is concerned; the Dolls definitely could have been explained more especially since they seem like they should have had more of an impact on the story, as well as Layla’s history with Cross. There’s a lot of stuff going on in the story concerning the ‘Original Twelve’, a red moon getting too close to the planet and causing all sorts of ruckus like no babies being born, as well as the general drama associated with the characters. Thirteen episodes is painfully short for how much Bee Train tried to cram into the series, and unfortunately it becomes evident as the story gets holes in it that don’t get filled at the end. At some point, it’s pretty easy to wonder just where everything is going and what the connection is; it’s a frail thread, but the story never quite breaks completely.
Kyoumu Densen is the 30th single released by ALI PROJECT. It was released in two editions, a limited CD+DVD edition and a regular CD Only edition. The title track was used as the opening song of the anime Another. The music video features scenes from the 1932 film Freaks.
Released: Jan 25, 2012
Catalog No. LACM-34893
[sociallocker]Tracklist (All Type):
1. Kyoumu Densen (凶夢伝染; Contagious Evil Dreams)
2. Yomi no Tasogare no, Utsurou Naru Aoki Hitomi no.
3. Tainai Hitogata Yuugi (胎内ヒトガタ遊戯)
4. Kyoumu Densen (Strings Version) (凶夢伝染)
5. Kyoumu Densen (Instrumental) (凶夢伝染)
5. Yomi no Tasogare no, Utsuro Naru Aoki Hitomi no. (Instrumental)
6. Tainai Hitogata Yuugi (Instrumental) (胎内ヒトガタ遊戯)
File Size: 109 MB (include BK All type, 320kbps)[/sociallocker]
ALI PROJECT – Haramitsu Renge (TV Anime “A tale of worst one” Ending Theme)
Catalog Number VTCL-35219
Release Date Oct 21, 2015
01 Haramitsu Renge 4:37
02 Tamashii no Dai 4:51
03 Haramitsu Renge (Instrumental) 4:37
04 Tamashii no Dai (Instrumental)