TV Anime Monster Farm ED theme #3
Catalog Number GZCA-1036
Released July 05, 2000

1. Satellite(album edit)
2. Interlude.@ The Club
3. B ORIGINAL(album edit)
4. Wonderin’ Hands (ED)
5. Interlude.gOOd Muzik Makes U A gOOd Life
7. 私ノイナイ夢-Funny But I’m Dreamin’-
8. Interlude.THE GIFT
9. 歌ヲ贈リマショウ
10. 雨音
12. Ma LIFE
13. The Family

(mp3 , 320kbps)

Miho Komatsu – Kaze ga Soyogu Basho

Kaze ga Soyogu Basho (風がそよぐ場所, lit. “Where the wind blows”) is the ninth single of the Japanese pop singer Miho Komatsu released under Giza Studio label. The single was released one and a half months after the previous single Saitan Kyori De. This is the last single released in 8cm single format. The single reached #9 in its first week and sold 33,240. It charted for 8 weeks and sold 52,650 copies.
Released: 30 June 1999
Catalog No. GZDA-1008

All songs are written and composed by Miho Komatsu and arranged by Hirohito Furui
1. Kaze ga Soyogu Basho (風がそよぐ場所)
the song was used as the first opening song for the anime series Monster Rancher. OA(on air) and single version have different arrangement. OA version was never officially released on CDs.
2. elephant
3. Kaze ga Soyogu Basho (風がそよぐ場所?) (instrumental)
4. elephant (instrumental)[3]

Monster Rancher

Monster Farm: Enbanseki no Himitsu // モンスターファーム
Genki is a boy who loves playing video games. One day he’s zapped into the world of Monster Rancher and meets the girl Holly and the monsters Mochi, Suezo, Golem, Tiger and Hare. Together, they are searching for a way to revive the Phoenix, which is the only monster capable of stopping the evil Moo. Cute and clear but nothing great, appealing to the eye animation but without any artistic value. All character figures and objects don’t have much detail on them, the colors are vivid and generally bright, with too much lightning / shadowing antithesis. The monsters are as weird looking as most Digimons are. You know; an animal or object with a weird trinket to make it look bizarre. I must say, some of them look too spooky or ugly, even for kiddie standarts and thus I find them less appealing to the eye that their counterparts. Special effects such as energy beams and explosions are also too simple to the point they become boring to keep watching. The world is also rather empty and full of ruins so you are not made to think it is bursting with life or anything.

Opening Theme
#1: “Kaze ga Soyogu Basho” by Miho Komatsu (eps 1-28)
#2: “Picnic” by Rumania Montevideo (eps 29-37)
#3: “Close to Your Heart” by Rina Aiuchi (eps 38-48)
Ending Theme
#1: “Flame of Love” by Sweet Velvet (eps 01 – 14)
#2: “Digital Musical Power” by Rumania Montevideo (eps 15-36)
#3: “Wonderin’ Hands” by 4D-JAM (eps 37-48)

TV Animation Monster Farm Original Soundtrack (???)