Nichijou has one of the best soundtracks I've ever heard. It always brings a tear to my eye. Not because it's sad, in fact, it's not sad at all, it's just so beautiful and calm, and makes me reminisce a lot.
It's worth every single gigabyte it takes on my hard drive.
Your old job sounds really nice. Is it a summer-only job, or did you just quit?
>>18040>This summer I finally got around to watching Monster
Damn, that made me feel old
reminds me of animal crossing music. very nice
I've been planning to watch Kaiji for quite some time now. Thanks for the reminder, and with that, is the show really worth the watch? What's so special about it?
Just watch it. And if you like it read/watch Akagi, then read Kurosawa and Buraiden Gai.
Kill me Baby.
The OST itself isn't masterfully made, and doesn't present itself as one, but what I like about it though, is the little piece of comedic backstory it gives.
Both the soundtrack and the covers imply that the compositions were made by Yasuna and Sonya, which is really clever, to my mind. The whole soundtrack is discontinous in terms of musical instruments that are used: the guitar can be interfered by drums and then with PC Engine sounds, one thing can be interwined with another e.t.c., which also implies that Yasuna and Sonya are awful at writing music.
Nevertheless, some of it's soundtracks are pretty good, and such deliberate "incompetence" and discord only further impart the absurd atmosphere of the anime.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LE2ykjeA6GU
Here I clicked on it expecting the OP. This is fine too, but it's incredibly mellow in comparison to what I was expecting.
As far as I'm concerned, the soundtrack is really underrated, which is a shame, really.
Compositions are simple, just as the feeling of nonchalance they convey. The instruments seldom overlap each other, and when they do, they sound like if they were taken from different, yet somewhat similar songs - and it's not something to be taken as a bad thing, for it works in favor of the OST, assisting in creating the aforementioned sense of nearly childish serenity and carelessness, with undertones of sweet reverie.
Seriously, give it a listen. It's really good.https://youtu.be/xVlamB9d1vs
Laid back, very nice.>>18517
I like this a lot, nice find.
Sadly, there are no songs from the OST uploaded to YouTube, except for the hackneyed Preview Song, aka "Taberu"
, which is absolutely not enough to grasp the whole beauty of the soundtrack.
You won't find it on torrent sites, though. I'm pretty sure the artist tracks down all of her albums that had been uploaded to the internet and reports them for copyright infringement. And who can blame her for that, if that's the case?Or probably the soundtrack shares it's lot with Yuyushiki's OST and is simply forgotten by many.
Most likely it's the latter, which is a pity.
Whatever is the reason, I managed to get my hands on the soundtrack. And it's awesome.
It sounds like something out of a good Disney film. The music would neately fit the european province: the instruments chosen are mainly european, and are made to sound the way they'd have sounded had they gotten into the hands of a traditional european village music band.
Generally, it's very tranquil and cheerful, fitting the ambiance of this slice of life anime just right.
You can download it here: http://www.shi-no-kakaku.com/2015/03/edible-melodies-koufuku-graffiti.html
You really should give it a listen as well.
And a special gracias
to Tacoland anime music fanciers: we wouldn't get to listen to this lovely piece if it wasn't for you. I don't know why I wrote this.
I couldn't get into the show, but you made me want to try the OST.
Both this and ysys soundtracks are on AB and for sale on amazon
Nothing much to say about this one, I'm at a loss for words.
The music (Well, most of it, barring the somewhat comedic ones
) would fit perfectly for an orchestra hall.
And frankly, I'm sad I won't ever be able to experience it's sound with all the acoustics that buildings for orchestras and operas provide, because not even good headphones manage to produce the sound equally qualitative to the one you can hear in the music halls.
On the whole, the soundtrack emphasizes the classical instruments over anything else, and other instruments are seldom used, which leaves us with what can easily be described as one huge overture to a great theater play.If only we got a great theater play instead of lesbians blowing into the winds.https://youtu.be/QRY2enP6hIA?t=57m54s
Did you try searching for the OST using the Japanese name?
Because I found a torrent of the OST using 幸腹. Has a few seeds, too.
I can blame her, because I am poor and can't buy a japanese CD via Amazon like rich people. And not because she fuck the torrents I going to have money.
not bad, i've downloaded this dub, even if it's not as good as opening, this will be the third time i watch first season of S&W, so whatever.>>18783
that russian cover of Umaru is really worse than original, the lyrics are very, very simplified.
That's a good one. It's where I got all my interest years ago.
Yoko kanno is great.
The best one?
Here you are.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCgQZFMG3Mg
Also the best vg soundtrack.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H221MRRgFZs
All your feels are belong to us.
The song that made me fall in love for enka.
Steins;Gate OST has a great 00's vibe to it, it's hard not to notice it.
I also love the "Ringing" tracks, which are composed in the style of Sega Mega Drive music. There is one that sounds like something from GBA, too.
Taniuchi Hideki makes some kickass soundtracks.
Akagi's and Kaiji's were also done by him
i like it a lot, is short and sweet. the background picture interests me as well, very inspiring and makes me want to make something
There's a workaround for that.
1. Log out of your bakabt account
2. Go to search engine of choice
3. Input "[series name] OST bakabt" (or just "[anime name] bakabt" if you're looking for an anime series)
4. You can access the bakabt page and download without an account. You won't have to worry about the seed/leech policy.
Alternatively you can search through bakabt using your account, copy the URL address, log out, then go directly to the torrent's page and download anonymously.
Such a glorious classic. Is the show itself worthwhile?
Reminds me of the Don't Starve theme.
It absolutely is. It's quite fun and an easy watch.
The ending theme to this was great in a lot of ways, but there reason it's not on youtube is because it always got taken down for copyright reasons.
They've also recorded a few rakugo skit. Only those two have been subbed.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZudJegB7EmU
"2-D musume" by Anrakutei Kukuru a parody of Jugemu.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjvFt-Qk_iU
"Time-Leap Soba" by Buratei Marii, a parody of Time
I just started watching this again, and It's still just as great as I remember it.
Such a shame it never got a 3rd season.
Is Hideki Taniuchi actually out of jail again?
Beat me to it by a couple of months. Clannad's OST is something I listen to a lot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJoW4DcUMgY
For those who play guitar and like the Koi Kaze ost, go to a site called game tabs and find the transcription for Kanashiki Omoi. On a classical its damn beautiful.
Cardcaptor Sakura has a God tier OST.
I love the woodwinds in this. The arrangement is much like those in other WWII-era series, especially video games like MoH and the early CoDs, but of course this is much more upbeat.>>24709
That hurts me deep down too. What has happened in the time between then and now? Nothing. I might as well have been watching it yesterday. I remember someone was uploading the episodes as they released to YouTube, and I would have to download 3 parts per episode with a third party subscription website, convert them to MP4 with another service, then put them on my PSP to watch at school under the stairwell. Just a dumb memory that will stick with me until I die.
That's a nice memory.
Just wanted to make sure you watched Miyakawa-ke no kuufuku. It's one of the spin-offs, I missed it myself and only watched it recently.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7STbq-ZYhmY
Ristarte Dance ~ Shinchou Yuusha Ending ~ tries but it's only half as good as the Chika dance.
Yasushi Ishii - Logos naki World
Forget Me Not Wasurenagusa from Gundam AGE. Best not to post this on /m/ or on FaceBook Gundam groups lest you want to open up their wrath.
While not nearly as good as the first the second season wasn't totally bad, just didn't live up to what came before. Still worth a watch imo.
Honestly wish they just came out with a high budget movie as a send off rather then the second season but whatever.
Damn, i am also a great pretender…
Pretending i still exist
TIT FOR TAT
(left or right?)
saya no uta has a really good OST, great VN too.https://youtu.be/NkYYYew8CUI
a great banger from OG berserk, very comfy.https://youtu.be/Zp0Tmw3HPNk
dorohedoro has a really good soundtrack all of it is worth a listenhttps://youtu.be/NSmukdqyvjU
MIA also has a good OST in general something I would check out.
I though of posting monogatori and NHK too but everyone here probably already knows about it, really am an idiot posting to a dead thread at page 3, no ones gonna be reading this.
MIA has a fantastic OST
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Kaiji's composer is the same as Death Note's. I realized this in my second time watching death note, I heard a song that I tought it was from Kaiji