|Album Title:||Rally Go Round|
|Anime Title:||NISEKOI: -False Love-|
|Release Type:||OP/ED Single|
|Release Date:||May 27, 2015|
|Purchase at:||CDJapan, iTunes|
Hello there! Maskerade here filling in for zzeroparticle this time as he roams the seven seas in search for treasure. Because it’s my first time on the air, I thought I would bring out something close to my heart – MACROSS. And while dazzling visuals and intense drama makes for compulsive viewing of this space opera, ultimately, it’s always been about the songs. And it’s such a massive list of songs to showcase!
So I hope that the selection I’ve picked will bring out the nostalgia in you and get the blood pumping as well. Unfortunately, the authority that is Youtube did not like some of my song choices, and I had to omit Macross Plus and Macross Zero pieces, as well as an Aimo rendition, all of which makes me sad. The audio below however, is in its full glory.
Anime Music on the AIRS ep. 6 (extended vers.)
01:36 – The Super Dimensional Fortress Macross – Macross – Makoto Fujiwara
05:54 – The Super Dimensional Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? – Do You Remember Love – Mari Iijima
13:03 – The Super Dimensional Fortress Macross II – Deja Vu (Please come back to me) – Mika Kaneko
19:05 – Macross 7 – Totsugeki Love Heart – Yoshiki Fukuyama
23:21 – Macross 7 – Planet Dance – Yoshiki Fukuyama and Chie Kajiura
28:23 – Macross Dynamite 7 – Angel Voice – Yoshiki Fukuyama
35:53 – Macross Frontier – What ‘Bout My Star (Sheryl Stage Version) – May’n
41:24 – Macross Frontier – Aimo – Megumi Nakajima
43:52 – Macross Frontier The Movie: Sayonara no Tsubasa – Sayonara no Tsubasa ~ the end of triangle~ – May’n and Megumi Nakajima
01:35 – The Super Dimensional Fortress Macross – Macross – Makoto Fujiwara
05:57 – The Super Dimensional Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? – Do You Remember Love – Mari Iijima
13:04 – The Super Dimensional Fortress Macross II – Deja Vu (Please come back to me) – Mika Kaneko
18:20 – Macross Plus – Voices – Akino Arai
23:23 – Macross 7 – Totsugeki Love Heart – Yoshiki Fukuyama
27:51 – Macross 7 – Planet Dance – Yoshiki Fukuyama and Chie Kajiura
32:49 – Macross Dynamite 7 – Angel Voice – Yoshiki Fukuyama
40:19 – Macross Zero – arkan – Holy Raz
46:12 – Macross Frontier – What ‘Bout My Star (Sheryl Stage Version) – May’n
51:45 – Macross Frontier – Aimo ~ Tori no Hito – Megumi Nakajima
56:12 – Macross Frontier The Movie: Sayonara no Tsubasa – Sayonara no Tsubasa ~ the end of triangle~ – May’n and Megumi Nakajima
So let us know what you think in the comments below. We should be back to our normal schedule in the next couple of weeks, with the amazing zzeroparticle returning with more musical tidbits for you. In any case, if you’re looking to request any selections, the theme for the next episode will be: summer. So pile on the sunscreen, and let’s hit the beach or whatever locale you prefer!
Also, if you have other themes you’d like us to air, suggest away!
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On this week’s Anime Music on the AIRS, we touch on traditional Japanese music, where samurai, leftover idols, and spirits all mix in perfect harmony. Thanks again to your feedback and support!
This time, we were a bit late due to issues with Youtube. By which I mean they weren’t happy with some of your requests, so we wound up having the strip them out. Maybe someday, we’ll release what we had intended to release… assuming this program ever gets popular enough. It was a bit of a challenge trying to maintain some semblance of balance and variety, but we hope you enjoy this effort all the same! So with that, sit back, relax, and let’s explore those traditional Japanese themes.
Anime Music on the AIRS ep. 5
0:53 – Inuyasha – Hanyou Inuyasha – Kaoru Wada
4:14 – The Epic of Zektbach – Omifushisama – Zektbach
9:31 – Mushishi – Hikari Sake – Toshio Masuda
11:42 – Touka Gettan – Sekiken – Akifumi Tada
15:46 – Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales – Koigokoro – Yasuharu Takanashi (requested by @_CamillaFerr & Signor Rossi)
18:47 – Aishiteruze Baby – Nennensaisai – Yo Hitoto
24:17 – Lucky Star – Misoji Misaki – Hiromi Konno
29:27 – Sakura Wars – Spirit Sword ‘Wild Hawk’ – Kouhei Tanaka
32:25 – Kurenai – Niwa no Tsubaki – Ken Muramatsu
35:40 – Katanagatari – Gettouka – Taku Iwasaki + Nishida Kazue Shachu
40:18 – Melody of Oblivion – Tears in the Dam – Hijiri Kuwano
Again, let us know what you think, whether it’s about the formatting of the show, track selections, or anything else that comes to mind. Also, please feel free to request tracks to be played in future shows and we’ll get in as many as we can! I’ll be taking the week off in two weeks, so one of Anime Instrumentality’s staffers will fill in on my behalf (hopefully)! As to what the theme is, that’ll be a surprise. We’ll go back to our normal mode of operations on June 24.
Also, if you have other themes you’d like me to place on the docket, feel free to throw your suggestions our way.
Finally, if you enjoy these video and would like to help us out, consider contributing to our Patreon campaign. With your support, we’ll be able to increase our output even more and expand our reach in ways that are outside our capabilities at the moment.
If you’ve been following the progress of these musical notes for Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso, you’ll notice that they’ve been slow going with my output dependent solely upon my whims. Sometimes it’s a soundtrack that catches my ear and diverts me down that road. Sometimes it’s something else entirely. And sometimes, it’s a question on my Ask.fm that nudges me back on track.
In any event, I’m skipping Episode 5 and Episode 6’s post as there’s no classical music to speak of. The character development in the two episodes was nice and I enjoyed the musical sentiments discussed, sentiments like imagining in your mind how you’d play a piece before even touching the instrument. In classical music, this is key if you want to differentiate yourself. Every good performer will put their stamp upon a work and the resulting interpretations are why it’s worth listening to different performances of the same work. You may find that you prefer one interpretation over another. Besides that, these two episodes set the course for Kousei Arima’s next step: to perform Chopin’s Etude No. 5 op. 25 at the nationally-recognized Maihou Music Competition. [Read more…]