You can really make great songs from high profile seiyuu grouped together!
Category: Music Review
It will take a person with tin heart to hate this.
I'd initially thought that a lot of sound effects have been applied in order to make this track because it is a miracle to hear such a kind of vocal power! The vocalist of the revered insert song Hanezeve Caradhina, goes a little more acoustic and shows us that his performance for the anime was … Continue reading Takeshi Saitou does his own version of Hanezeve Caradhina
I'm back at it again with side B of an extended play! The song used for Just Because! ending theme, behind, is nice and all but then again I am fully taken in by the second track, take-one. Here I have just another one of the nicer synth pop, coupled with medium to high BPM … Continue reading Blasting My Headphones: Natsume Mio, Morikawa Hazuki and Komiya Ena (CV Isobe Karin, Yoshino Yuna and Lynn) — take-one
It has been a while since I've encountered an opening song specifically written for an anime and actually contain a hell lot of meaning within the lyrics. I have already gushed out my appreciation on how Japanese lyricists work their ass off to have absolutely no lines in verses and choruses the same in their … Continue reading Blasting My Headphones: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou Opening and Ending EP’s by Chito and Yuuri (CV Minase Inori and Kubo Yurika)
Ah. No wonder where the rest of good soundtracks went. A few remaining dozens of background music got their release along with the second season. And keeping up the tradition of cover songs, all five CD's came with one for each. Splendid! If you have been after some of the soundtracks exclusive to Saekano Flat … Continue reading Blasting My Headphones: Saekano Flat Bonus CD Volumes 1–5
From the Extended Play 花の唄 / ONE / 六等星の夜 Magic Blue ver.【 期間生産限定盤 】. The featured song is used as the theme of Fate/Stay Night: Heaven's Feel I. Presage Flower. That song is your standard Aimer stuff with extremely heavy Fate influence. They can be hit or miss, but I still think that she has yet … Continue reading Blasting My Headphones: Aimer — ONE
Here she is! Giving Western dance music artists a run for their money! Despite being a pop unit, I have always known GARNiDELiA for doing a genre that is much lighter on electronics, especially the synth. Used as an opening theme to Animegataris, Aikotoba brings in a rather unique type of upbeat. It's surely … Continue reading Blasting My Headphones: GARNiDELiA – アイコトバ (Aikotoba)