Franchise has had various soundtracks albums, remix albums and compilations released around it. Shiro Sagisu composed most of the music for Neon Genesis EvangelionKing Records and their label Starchild specializing in music, animation and film distributed most of the albums, singles and box sets. For the anime series, Yoko Takahashi performed the song "Cruel Angel's Thesis" which was used as the opening theme song for the series. Theme songs were also granted for the films in the franchise Evangelion: Death and Rebirthits follow-up The End of Evangelion and the first two instalments of the Rebuild of Evangelion film series.
It was used as the opening to the series, and two instrumental versions of it were played in the finale episode titled " Take care of yourself. Both are considerably different in tone from M-6 Slow Tempo - Shiro Sagisu - Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works J-pop original.
A similar, but sparser, version can also be heard during the intermission between the two parts of Evangelion: M-6 Slow Tempo - Shiro Sagisu - Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works and Rebirth. The single was released on October 25, released with the part number KIDA and  it also reached a peak rank 17 in the Oricon album database appearing in the ranks 61 times.
In the anime it was used as the Ending theme. It has mainly been performed by Claire and Megumi Hayashibara. The song became known popularly as "Fly Me to the Moon" from its first line, and after a few years the publishers changed the title to that officially.
Released on February 21,Yoko Takahashi performed the song and it was from her album Li-La which was also released on November 6, It is sung in English and used in the animated film The End of Evangelion during the beginning of the Human Instrumentality Project. Loren and Mash also sang various songs in Neon Genesis Evangelion.
He also performed at the Evangelion Symphony concert later released on CD. It peak ranked 2nd in Oricon singles charts and remained there for 26 weeks.
In MayHikaru Utada was announced to return to the series and provide the theme song for the second film in the Rebuild of Evangelion series, Evangelion: 2. Neon Genesis Evangelion is the first soundtrack album for the anime series. It was produced by Hideaki Annowhile Shiro Sagisu composed the tracks unless stated otherwise. The King Records label Starchild released the album with the catalog number KIKA on February 16, and the album peaked at number 4 on the Oricon albums chart where it stayed for 15 weeks.
The album reached a peak of rank 1 on the Oricon album database, with 11 frequent appearances. Evangelion: Death is a soundtrack album released on June 11,  Salvation For Sale - Bulldozer - Unexpected Fate by the King Records label, Star Child, containing music from the first part of the first Evangelion film, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth.
It reached a peak of rank 1 in M-6 Slow Tempo - Shiro Sagisu - Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works Oricon album database.
The disc has several tuning tracks and string solos that are portrayed in the film as being played by the four primary Evangelion pilots. The disc includes as bonus tracks "False Regeneration" from the Rebith part of the film as well as Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem. The CD is no longer in print.
It features music composed and conducted by Shiro Sagisu. It was released on September 26,  on King Records 's Starchild label, peaking at number 3 on Oricon 's albums chart.
Released on December 4,it peaked at number 38 in the Oricon album chart, making 2 appearances in total. In addition to tracks included on earlier Evangelion soundtracks, this 7-disc set includes many unused songs and alternate mixes or arrangements of existing songs. It was issued as a limited edition release. Music from Evangelion: 1.
The album peaked at number 28 in the Oricon database, making 6 appearances in total. Most of the songs are new versions of background music from the original Evangelion animated television series.
The album was released on September 25, by Starchild. The executive producers are Hideaki Anno and Toshimichi Otsuki while Shiro Sagisu produced the music acting also as the composer and conductor and Tomohiro Ogawa. Evangelion: 1. The first press version of the soundtrack included a white slipcover and an Evangelion: 1. It peaked at number 38 on the Oricon albums chart, making a total of 9 appearances on the chart.
The album was released on May 25, by Starchild. Evangelion: 2. It peaked well at number 8 in the Oricon album charts, charting for a Quick Canal - Atlas Sound - Logos of 16 weeks. The executive producers were Hideaki Anno and Toshimichi Otsuki while Shiro Sagisu provided the keyboard and programming as well as two bonus songs. The first press edition of the special edition included a hard plastic orange slipcover and an Evangelion: 2.
Starchild released the album. Neon Genesis Spirit World (B Side) - The Name - The Lost Tapes (File, Album) Decade is an album released to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the date the TV series began airing.
The album peaked at number 24 in the Oricon charts, making 90 appearances on the chart. Retrato Em Branco E Preto - Enrico Rava - Paolo Fresu - Shades Of Chet album was released in Japan on November 26, by King Records on 1 disc with a length of 73 minutes.
It was released in Japan on September 13, by King Records and in North America on September 7, by Geneon Entertainment and peaked at number 20 in the Oricon charts, ultimately making just 2 appearances. As the title implies, it is based around the Second Impacta pivotal event in the Evangelion storyline and thus the album release date matches that of the fictional event. As the title indicates, its focus is Rei Ayanamione of the three primary protagonists of Neon Genesis Evangelion.
The album features background music and instrumental tracks related to Rei's appearances in the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series and movies. Rei Ayanami's fictional birth date however, is unclear. The Birthday of Rei Ayanami has only been released in Japan. The CD itself depicts the front part of Rei's plug suit bearing the inscription 00, which refers to her designated Evangelion, Unit The album was produced by Kouji Asano and Takashi Tokuhara. This album also features a special bonus song, a previously unreleased song written for The End of Evangelioncalled "Everything You've Ever Dreamed".
On May 26, King Records released the album in Japan and Geneon Entertainment released it Morbid Evils - In Hate With The Burning World (File, Album) America on November 9, while it made it to number 62 in the Oricon database, making a total of 6 appearances. It was recorded in and released December 3, In it was recorded at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall.
The fourth movement was used in the 24th episode of the series, and was previously released on Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition. It was released on October 22, by King Records with the cat. It was released as one CD with the cat. The Soundtrack was conducted by Vassil Kazandjiev and composed by Bach. Tracks are of ' Suite No. Refrain the Songs Were Inspired by Evangelion is M-6 Slow Tempo - Shiro Sagisu - Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works album consisting of songs from and based on the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series.
All songs are performed by Yoko Takahashi who performed the opening theme for the series as well as other trackstrack 14 being an exception which was recorded on the streets of London by street singers.
This album was released by Starchild and produced by Toshiyuki Ohmori, it was released on November 6, Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition is the fourth music album released relating to the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. It features three instrumental, five vocal, Autumn Of Communion - Polydeuces four drama tracks. The limited edition album was released to include a movie ticket for the first Evangelion movie, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth which was released on March 15, The album cover features an illustration by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, the character designer for M-6 Slow Tempo - Shiro Sagisu - Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works series.
Addition has only been released in Japan. Hayashibara, Miyamura, and Mitsuishi are accompanied by the seiyu for Shinji Ikari and the supporting characters on the drama track Shuukyoku no Tsudzuki "After the End"a comedic parody in which the reunited cast tries to come up with ways to continue Evangelion when popular demand makes the studio order them to produce a third season even though the TV series ended after a 26 episode run.
They try to increase the sex appeal of the series, change the show's format, and try to explain what the Angels actually are. However, when their efforts prove "unsuccessful", they decide to give up on it. Humorous moments of the drama include Rei finally lashing out against Asuka's abuse, the Evangelion pilots being changed to resemble Super Sentai characters, and the cast re-enacting the first episode solely by their own vocal sound effects.
In their review, iSugoi. Even as a standalone soundtrack, it's still an incredibly realized and focused soundtrack.
Shiro Sagisu continues to strive forward in delivering an impressive and satisfying contribution to the realm of Evangelion.
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. Main article: A Cruel Angel's Thesis. Opening and theme song for the TV series. Cruel Angel's Thesis. Main article: Fly Me to the Moon. Ending and theme song for the TV series. Fly Me to the Moon. Theme song for the film Evangelion 1. Theme song for the film Evangelion 2. Tú Y Tu Danza - Mercedes Ferrer - Todas Sus Grabaciones Con Discos Epic (1986-1988) listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion  No.
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